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8.10. E"L PASO HERALD
Wednesday, June w I - Ja5J i w I : i WEATHER FORECAST utuSbAUllS lUH j r ; p ' 1 V 1 m. sai . 5 'r m u unfit I Lily JIV. s vr - is a jnri amiaaflj a gftirsraiaa ei g --- i:; h vu-a wkbstv ejk a ,w mm sn vtw Bm m w. iNiBixiaiii: n I nri I I e sees f.H"wvw" ""v wv"""l bHUHbH j i i But you'll hardly notice it, unless you come in and get fitted out in a tropical weight suit. The- seem to make the sun less hot, they lower the temperature several degrees and thev lessen the burden of sweltering weather. Need a Trunk or Suit Case? We carry trunks up to $100.00. Suit Cases up to $75.00. . The greatest line in the southwest ta k Everything to Wear for Men and AT THE BLUMENTHAL COSHER Hot How Cheap, But How Good Boys BELL. PKOXE ItC. "Will get you a buyer. e Buy Your rocene Here iave Money 3 large cans Pioneer Milk ng for !...wC Fresh Eggs, n per dozen J'' 3 cans Banquet Corn 5E5" for ' awC 4 cans Baltimore Tama- e F toes for fcso 2 -3-lb. cans Lemon Cling ey g? Peaches for &: 3 cans Pink Salmon for OC 2 canf Salmon Steak c f lor '. &siU 3 cans Van Oainp's Bak- Ojf ed Beans for. ... $ Evaporated Pitted Cher- OE- ries, per pkg "DC Barrington Hall Steel A r Out Coffee, per lb TtIC a Grocery Co. THE CASH STORE., Wholesale and Retail. Phone TJs Your Orders. 208-212 St Louis St. Bell Phones 367 and 348. Auto 1901. I UKIf Un ul iMusuiisin! eSlLI Sam Bennett, 2G25 Bast Boulevard, Trhojuns n lathe nt the El Paso foun dry in East El Paso, lost his right arm this mornlnpr when his hand was eangrht by the belt driving: the machine at which he was working. His hand and. arm tvere pulled under the pulley and the arm torn off just below the shoulder, -which Tras bruised and mangled. Bennett vras removed to his home and afterwards taken to Providence hos pital. The arm vrns amputated and dressed just below the shoulder, Dr. Will iam H. PIckels and Dr. Irving; SrcXeil, the foundry physician, belng; in at tendance. Bennett's chances are stated to be good for recovery. He has a irife and 'three children. Sacred Heart Ceremonies Thursday Cathedral Guadalupe Loses Prestige. Dedication services for the new Sa cred Heart Catholic church in Juarez Will be held Thursday and tl"ie cere monies will be conducted bv the Right Rev. P. Gavillan of Chihuahua. t The services will begin promptly at 7:30 a. m. Bishop Gavilln first pronouncing- the blessing, then following with a celebration of the solemn, pon tificial high mass. All of El Paso's Catholic clergy will be in attendance, and will assist at the services. Special musinc will also be rendered. - The new church will be under the su pervision of Fettler Pinto, in charge of the Cathedral Guadalupe. Owing to the overcrowded condition of the cathedral, the erection of the church of the Sacred Heart was begun a year ago andV was but recently finished. Father Pinto will conduct the services at the cathe dral as usual, while an assistant will be appointed by the bishop to officiate at the Sacred Heart. Old Church I,oses Prestige. The Cathedral Guadalupe, which will lose about half of its congregation as the result of the consecration of the new edifice, isovr 200 years old. It was built by the Franciscan friars when they first came to this section of the country. The building, however, re paired from time to timfc gives the casual observer no idea of its age. As the settlement established at Juarez by the friars grew and came to be known as a great commercial and agri cultural center, the edified grew too small to accommodate the congregation. For years a new church has been needed but only 12 months ago did the people jsee their way clear to begin the erec j tion of one to relieve the stress and en able everyone to attend worship. Those famous Sequin watermelons on ice at the Melvin ileat Co. 12.65 I : Quanah, Texas, June 8. Special- in quiries by -long distance telephone this morning resulted in securing more defi nite reports of storm damage in tne lower portions of Hardman, Cottle and Motley counties, whlcii are to the effect ibat the whole'f rontjof the Goodfet build mg was smasned and all rour walls of the "Woods drygoods concern "were I wrecked at Paducah. The damage was several thousand dollars. Minor dam age was caused in the residence sec tion. The bridge at Swearingen was de stroyed because a great volume of water broke the south side of a new dam west of that place. The north side of the dam stood but it is flooded today and further damage is feared. There was very little rain in Paducah, the damage being the result of high winds. In the vicinity of Swearingen, the flood was the result of cloudburst. Lightning struck a farm house across the Hardman line in Cottle county, ser iously injuring three. They are still ! alive with small hope of recovery. Defi nite reports are not "to be had from Foard county, which is Isolated. The damage in Quanah was confined to smashing out houses and the1 inter ruption of telephone service. Washouts are reported along the Fort "Worth & Denver "out were promptly repaired and no delay was caused. spp oro nr sTTfiPtf issp nns finisno ))) ffliUUJLU US HMHblMIIQ PHIUM H WOMEN'S OXFORDS Extra good "values in patents, tan and Md leathers; light or heavy 61es; 10 new shapes at Misses' and children's Oxfords and y Ankle Strap Pumps; 'patents,' tan and calf, leathers, $1.25 to $3 After being incarcerated In the Juarea jail since September, 100S, German Targes, Porfirio Uranga, Jesus Martinex and Andres C. Tclles, were released from custody Tuesday hi; order of the federal court. x TIe technical charge against them ivas conspiracy against the govern ment, but they were alleged to have robbed the custom house at lias Palomas. Chihuahun, near the Socora dividing line. A robbery occurred in June, 100S, and a customs Inspector was killed. This was attendant to the "uprisings of that year along the border. The cs&e was brought to trial but there was not sufficient evidence to -warrant the holding of the men. Orders for their release were conse- PONEEBS SECUEE LAEGKE QUARTERS Will Display El Paso Belies -T-, "u- -"U f" n. j-ul vueuiiuer ui vjommerce j Basement. The temporary home of the Pioneers association will be in the basement of the Chamhar nf nnmmoi-. mi-s , " -"."cio. xjus was decide at a meeting of the association xuesuay evening in the city hall. The suggestion that a permanent house be be erected near Hart's mills at the nead of the pass, was discussed by the pioneers present, but as the offer of Juan S. Hart was not made at the meeting this plan was ahnnr?onori ,,. I the present and the offer of the cham- Der or commerce to give the Pioneers the use of the large abasement in the chamber of commerce building was accepted. The relics and pictures of early J31 Paso will be collected and placed on exhibtion there, where it will be possible for visitors to inspect them. Later it is the plan of the association to erect a permanent building where these relics may be displayed to a bet ter advantage. Capt. Hart stated at the meeting that he expected to be able to offer the association an acre of ground near Hart's mill upon which the house could be erected. He also ten dered the use of the old Hart mill as a place -here the relics could be shown as long as he lived. This offer was received with applause but it was decided to accept the offer of the chamber of commerce and a committee composed of I. G. Gaal, J. J. Mundy and E. Krause was appointed to complete arrangements for quarters. Coax your appetite by eating one of those juicy steaks from the Melvin Meat Co. ten s Summer Quits wttJifeqaMBaSM " End-of-the-Week Sale of $20.00 Styles, ? MOTHER example of the prog ressive merchandising of this store. Men's Summer Suits handsome', perfect fitting styles, worth regularly up to $20.00, are grouped for Thursday, Friday and Saturday's selling at a price that-should bring every man who needs a suit to this store. The suits in this lot are the season's best styles in novelty suitings, and many blacks and blues. Summer Suits, Regu- larly Sold up to $20 $1 Pl I !. t mi p i m . wjr' f I 7 WW, 2 65 Men's Pajamas Well made, perfectly proportion ed sleeping garments, made of summer materials: madras, gingbam and nainsook; in colors or white. All sizes. $1.25 styles, a suit 85c $1.75 styles, a suit. . . .$1.39 Mens Summer Shirts Summer shirts, in plain and pleated negligee styles, made of light arid medium color madras and percale. They fit perfectly. $1.00 jSTegligee Shirts, each. .8oc 1.50 Bates Street Shirts. . .$1.29 I i i I i 'MeShfuiJaL quently made out and ilie quartet allowed to go free, cerated just one year and nine months. They had been Incar- kinney! I shoe co. j Ladies, Why Not Preserve Your Youth and Beauty? Nothing so detracts from the attract iveness of women as dull, faded, luster less hair. There is no excuse for this condition nowadays, because notice is hereby giv en to the readers of The Herald that Parisian Sage, the quick acting Iiair re storer, is now on sale in El Paso at the drug 'store of Kelly & Pollard and is sold with a -rigid guarantee at 50 cents a large bottle. Since its introduction into America, Parisian Sage has had an immense sale, and here are the reasons: It is safe and harmless. It cures Dandruff in two weeks, by killing the dandruff germ. It stops falling hair- ' It promptly stops Itching of the scalp. It makes the, hair soft, glossy and luxuriant. It gives life and beauty to the hair. It is not sticky or greasy. It is the daintiest perfumed hair tonic made. It is the best, the most pleasant and invigorating hair dressing made. Fight shy of the druggist who offers you a substitute, he is unworthy of your confidence. s Made only in America by Giroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every package. t FALLS 52 FEET AND IS ALIVE Painter Suffers Bruises and Hurts, But Will Soon Be Out. While painting the smokestack of the El Paso Gas and Electric ooonnanv j at Third and Chihuahua streets, L. A. Allen losfhls balance and fell 52 feet to the ground, sustaining- serious but not dangerous injuries Tuesdav after noon about 4:30. On his way" to the ground he grasped a guy wire, -which broke his fall so that he did not hit j the ground with any great force, drop- T-k?TI. rtllll- 9ft -fsn4- Mni .1.1. ! i- .. , "jt wmj, w icci nuiu ue wire io me ground. County health officer Hugh S. White found that the man had broken one rib, sprained his right wrist and had a slight cut on the chin. The hand with -which he had grasped the wire in breakings his fall was cut deeply in the palm. He -was removed to his home at the corner of South .Kansas and First streets and will be out in a few days. Would You Be Interested in a v CAMERA? that makes exposures from time to 1-1000 of a second? That takes snap shots indoors? Makes instantaneous ex posures on dark days? That shows the composition of pic tures (right side up) full size of negative up to instant exposure? We axe ready to show you the wonderful re sults that can be obtained with one of these outfits. FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY 30S Snn Axtonio St. V ...... - ARRESTED OX 'CHARGE OP FLOURISHING A PISTOL J. W. Hicks was arrested by the po lice on Durango street late Tuesday afternoon and later transferred to the county jail on a charge of carrying a pistol. According to the pplice, com plaint was made that he had been flour ishing a weapon -and threatening to shoot thintrs up in the,- neighborhood of where Antonio Corte? was standing. EL PASO CASE O?, APPEAL. San Antonio, Texas, ,June 8. In the fourth court of civil appeals In the case of Richard Caples v Port Huron En gine and Thresher ..orapany, from EI Paso, the motionfor additional authori ties was granted. Chamberlain's Co.gh Remedy is sold on a guarantee thai if you are not sat isfied after using tvo-thirds of a bottlo according to directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold by all, dealers LOT OF TROU3LE SHIPPING A CAT IX TO 'MEXICO Dr. Hngrli Cronsc Sends n Present Down to a Friend at Casas Grandes and 3Inny People Kkotv Vbont It. Gustavus Adolpnus is a name tha. be longs to a handsome Angora Thomas cat, the property of Dr. Hugh Crouse. The doctor decided he would make his friend, Dr. F. C. iicGuiness, of Nueva Casas Grandes, a present of the animal, inasmuch as the latter had admired it upon a visit here. Wednesday morning was shipping day. A messenger was called. Gustavus made frantic attempts to break out of the basket with its sack covering, and when the health officersi stopped the boy at the bridge Gustavus vaccinated the hand of the man who peeked in. On board the baggage car, the real scrap took place and not until the basket had been securely propped be tween two trunks did the baggageman restrain kittle.from rolling its cell all over the car. AMERICAN THREATENS' TO BLGY7 UP FORT ; Bluefields, Nic., June S. "At the first shot fired against the American flag of an American vessel, I will level the bluff." This is the reply made by command er Harold K. Sims, commanding the American gunboat Dubuque, to a threat made by Gen. Rivas of the Madriz forces holding Bluefields bluff, to stop any vessel entering the harbor. Y. M. 0. A. WILL HELP CELEBRATE JULY 4. Judge F. 2. Hunter has appointed H. L.. Mitchell, physical director of the Y. M. C. A., as the subchairrr.an of the amusement committee for the Fourth of July celebration. Mr. Mitchell will have charge of the athletic events, which will be held at Washington Park on thA afternoon of the Fourth and will also arrange a number of novel i stunts for the boys of the city. CAMERON' 5IAN" KILLED; OFFICERS ARREST 3IEXICAN Austin, Tex., June S. Francisco San tana, a Mexican, charged with killing Ben Craig, of Cameron, Sunday, in a quarrel, was captured at midnight 15 miles southeast of here and placed in jail this morning. Three deputies ef fected his capture. Sheriff J. E. Holtz claw, of Milam county Is here for the prisoner. O. W. Allison, agent Southern Pacific at Anapra, X. M., who has been under ging an operation for appendicitis at Hotel Djeur is recovering rapidly and is now aUe to be out. Collector A. L. Sharpe. of the cus-j Mrs. J. E. House, who is accompanying toms service-, went out on the South- j the body of her husband to El Paso, western, road Tuesday evening to meet where the remains will be interred. TULAROSA COPPER GO Abonf 93 Miles from 1 Pso ob the 3 Paso I Northeastern S. R. Companj' owns a large deposit of monzonite (Porohyrv) copper at Bent (Otero Co.). Xevr Mexico, 12 miles from Tularosa station, and is completing- the first unit of its concentrating- mill, which will be in operation by July 1st next. Issued capitalization 550,000 S5.00 shares. Controlling interest held by F. P. Kern, President Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, Ga. Consulting- Engineer, H. Vincent Wallace. Wallace & Summerhayes, 519-20 Trust Bldg, El Paso. Stock listed on 2sew York Curb. Eor quotations see Financial Column this paper. We recommend the above enterprise as an investment of unquestioned merit. sSlp1poTKkoneat.',T2goCS I IBVIMG K,HBB!M87SM & 00., Mining: Market Letters. J Established 1900. 87-43 Wall St.. New Tofc Cty. SepresentatlTC wanted in El Paso. First National Bank United States Depository Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00 Assets X M. A AV'S-a.-l '&' . SELLS FI3ER MACHINES FOR USE AT AL.VIXE Edgar B. Park, general sales man- cl&CIT Ul LUC ICAOQ J7UV--1 u..l.'iwv- -....... facturing company, returned Wednes day from a business trip to Alpine, Tex., where he sold a consignment of machines. Mr. Park is greatly? en thused over the commercial possibilities of the soap-weed, of which there are thousands of acres, and is new at work 'upon a proposition which will in time bs cf considerable interest yo tne com mercial world. gaxa P.CWZ2!--j 5 5e?!irfftrrc 3i f ' 3cr 2c a jIIsS- Nothing to a but into miiij una 12. At oroccro, ' ! paciages Sor 25 els. n'sz M. CI' K' Pa K iz 0 2 m I YOUK CHECKING ACCOUNT This bank cordially invites you to open a checking account whether your deposits are large or small. We exercise every care and attention in connection with each account, so that persons who are inexperienced in financial matters can deposit their money with the bank and pay all their expenses by drawing their own checks. M I i f $4,500,00p.Q0 N ALL "NATIONS" WELCOME. Also Small and Large Acccmnts. ? DIRECTORS W. W. TURKEY, Chairman JOSEPH K. NATIONS JAMES G. MdtfRY JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS JOHN 2&. RAYNOLDS ;. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO. D. FLORY. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. C. IT. SASSETT, L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass'L Cash. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000. A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY. CITY NATIONAL BANK EL PASO, TEXAS UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal J. F. Williams J. H. Mar YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED raiihier. 1 vSm Pres. I HT) The Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. I EL PASO, TEXAS. Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS CHECKS and LETTERS OF CREDIT available in any part of the world. Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or possible, loss. W. W. Turney, President. w. Cooley, Vice-Prest. and Mgr. S. T. Turner, Vice-President. "W. E. Arnold, Cashier. H. E. Christie, Secretary. F. M. Murehison, Asst. Cashier. Y.