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Wednesday, July 6, 1910.
Trunks are a big feature of Summer Round-Up. 2sb room today to mention prices, but rf you want a good trunk at a bargain price attend our Summer Round-Up Sale. Rend Round-Up reduc tions on Suit Cases. All Underwear worth 50c a garment; Summer Round-Up 35c per garment, 3 for $1.00. This includes "Porosknit," "B. V. D.," Balbriggan and Bleached Lisle Underovear also the elastic seam drawers. -t"'i" T?T T1A n TTTFTJ AT II ,Wnf J( Summer r3x r Going n( Of Doub iervice Intelligent election of lecomhir material for vcwr clothes, combined with the very I l-,t ronstruction of the garment, makes '.r tle -coaisojmatJon devoutly to be v e-hcd aatoatr well dressed men. This patisfaotion cannot be had except through th- tailoring fesnneL Of course you can jurchase a suit of clothes from stock, but en- you really getting what you want? The wan who knows can tell you. It ot-,ts no more to get the double service. Suppose you try it here. Geo. A, Mansfield & Co. 206 Mesa. Get the Habit Pay Cash. &LA2J IS WALKING JEWELBY STORE H. B. Barton Held Pending Investigation Comes From Clovis . Detectives arrested a man giving his name as Harry B. Barton, Tuesday af ternoon, on suspicion. He was found by Ie:eciire S-tensel trying to pawn sev- a! articles of jewelry, it is stated. l hn searched at the police station, he had quite an assortment of jewelry, in t .uding two necklaces, a valuable brooch aod several rings. He also had a iwn ticket made out to H. B. Clag v. which calls for a. valuable set of i.ehitect's tools. He said he found the ticket. Barton claims that he came here re pvry from Clovis, N. 1L, and tTiat pre " tus to that time he had been work ing a nagstaff, Ariz. He gives San Antonio aij his home. He will be held pending further Investigation. yELIX BAHCEXAS IS OUT AS 3IAYOR OF JUAREZ Felix Barccnas no longer is jefe po Tio f Ciudad Juarez. His resignation ras been accepted by governor Sanchez of ("hihu&haa. For many months Mr. Barcenas has lea absent from Juarez, attsnding to Irtvaie interests in the City of Mexi co. Francisco PortiMo. former jefe of Jimesez, has been acting in his stead. 31r Partilio's permanent appointment is expected. Improvements now going on in the border Mexican city are being superin tended by Mr. Portillo, whose ability in cKv building has been demonstrated. FT V.ORTH XEGRO FALLS TEX FEET, LIGHTS OX HEAD, TIIEX DIES Fort "Worth. Texas, July 6. Falling only ten feet from a scaffold where he wai working this morning as. a laborer on a building on South Main street here, and picked up unconscious but without a drop of frlood visible, or even a con tusion of the skin, Henry Saunders, a negro. 5 years old, died two hours later In s. bospitaL The negro's head struck the concrete pavement and caused death, which Is given as concussion of the brain. DALLAS CEXSOS DIRECTOR DIES AFTER OPERATIOX Dallas, Texas, July 6. John F. Wor-ie- who was the census director of this district, died In a hospital here this morning following a small opera tion &y surgeons for the removal of a tumor from his scalp. He had survived after the knife was used, but while talking, suddenly expired- He was about 50 years of age and well known here. Such Value j a$ Summer R.ound-p al the 3 f$L ) sS$ r "Present c j $35.QQ Stiits 21.90 Schloss Bros. -'Baltimore" Clothing is so well known that we scarcely need dwell on its merits. We offer selections in the finest cashaneTes and worsteds in light and dark shades, also blue and black serges, in regular sizes, stouts and slims, in suits that sell regularly at $27.50, $30.00 and up to $35.00 j &ey -8 Qf Summer Round-Up .... P v i 22.50 Sziits $15.90 This lot of Schloss Bros. Suits is, by far. the largest we hae ever offered at a re duced price. Every pattern and style of the present season'is included. Selecting one of these suits will be the easiest and mc&t satisfactory way to settle the sum mer suit problem. Regular prices range up to 522.50; & B K Qfl j ev r Summer Round-Up All Schloss Bros. Suits, worth ?25.0O: Summer Rund-Up . . . Other good makes of suits light and dark worsteds and cashmeres, also blue and black serges that should sell at $20.00 and ?22.o0; Sum mer Round-Up, $12.90 & $15.00 and $16.50 Cashmere Suits; Summer &Q C&fl Round-Up pOo&J Suits worth $18.00 and $18.50 light and dark shades, also blues and blacks; Summer Round-Up All the 2-piece suits that sell regularly at $10.00 and $12.50; d A A Summer Round-Up 4" V Many obher special lots of suits at a trifle over Half-Price. "Odd" Sxriteworth regu larly $15 bo $20, at fefloeJ0 H Kfl. ug Regular $1.50 Trousers; Oi Sunumpr .Round -Ut C? Regular $2.00 Trousers; - O C! Sununer Round-Up P A -P i Regular $2.50 Trousers; Summer Round-Up Regular $3.00 Trousers; Summer Round-Cp Regular $3.50 Trousers; Summer Round-Up . . Regular $4.00 Trousers; Summer Roui1-Ut Regular $4.50 Trousers; (0 1 Summer Round-Up ap3i.O Regular $5.00 Trousers; tf0 A f Sormmer Round-Up iptJtJ Regular $6.00 Trousers; &A OC Summer Round-Up pt.JJ $1.25 Shirts "Silver lonarch" and 'Faultless" brands; 7Q Summer Round-Up tS 1 Si .50 to S2.00 Shirts "Gold, "duett1' and cher good brands; Samimer Round-Up .. .. $1.25 Pongee Shirts; 7Qr Summer Round-Up $1.50 and $1.75 Pongee d -J " f Shirts ; Summer Round-Up. Va1" 50c Work Shirts; O Jf Summer Round-Up xJ 65c Work Shirts; Aflf Summer Round-Up TTw w All 75c Ties; A.(f Summer Round-Up v All 50c Ties; ZKr Summer Round-Up "vv 35c -and 25c Ties; - g? Summer Round-Up, 20c and . . JL2& $1 )rf 1 35 $2.00 Felt Hats; Summer Round-Up $2.50 Felt Hats; Summer Round-Up $3.00 and $3.50 Felt Hats; Summer Round-Up The better grade Felt Hats al3o on sale $3.50 Straw Hats; Summer Round-Up - $3.00 Straw Hats'; Summer Round-Up $2.50 Straw Hats; Summer Round-Up ... $2.00 Straw Hats; Summer Round!-Up $1.75 and $1.50 Straw Hats; Summer Piound-Up $3.00 Matting Suit Cases; Summer Round-Up $5.00 Leather Suit Cases; Summer Round-Up $7.50 Leather Suit Cases; Summer Round-Up $10.00 Leather Suit Cases; (feg 1 J? Summer Round-Up POXO 5b 75c $1.80 $2.90 .$4.85 i $2.00 Satin Calf Shoes; Summer! Rotnsd-Up $2.50 Satin Calf and Vaci Shoes also a line of Welt Shoes; $j - Qg Summer Round-Up p A OU $3.00 and $3.50 Welt Shoes, in calf and vied; Summer Round-Up $3.50 and $4.00 Hand Sewed Shoes, all leathers ; d O O g? Summer Round-Up P.OO $4.50 and $5.00 Bench Made Shoes, all leathers, latest styles; Q Summer Round-Up tpO.OO $1.30 12.25 RECOGNITION OF WOICS-N EDUCATOBS Boston, Mass., July 6. Women are receiving marked recognition at the KISS KRGaX.T A. HALE2C aw than the two who head the Chicago City Federation of Teachers and have done conspicuous service for their co workers. These are Miss Margaret Haley, presidents and Miss Catharine Coggin. MORMON COLONISTS TTT,A., rtT5 THREoH WHEAT CROP iunuuHaBHBnH 4..$....fc..g'4'i'4iai'4a4 5 5- V V 4-5- 4.4t4.44i4i4i GOA'ERXIEXT WTXS BLEACHED FLOUR CASE Kansas City, Mo.. July 6. The jcry in the bleached flour case this afternoon- returned a verdict that the flour seized was adul terated and misbranded as charged by the government- - -r -r W&CWil -ftHMi' XH6S C3SSZSE. 6CX3GDT. Yidd Better at Morelas Than Expected; Villa Fruit Prospects Good; Per sonal and General News. Oolonia Bublan. Mex., July 6. Dublan threshing maohines have ibeen taken to the Galeana countri' to thresh for the natives. Threshimr is over in Colonia Morelas and the yield is ibetter than was exipected. In Colbnia Diaz, wheat is sell ing at the thresher for $6 per hectroliter. There are good prospects for fruit in El Tdila. , . . . P. K. Lemmon of Colonia Diaz is threatened with blcod poisoning as a re sult of a small scratch on his limb. Born to Mrs. Lillie Sanders, a boy; to Mrs. James Rowley, a boy. The primary workers of Colonia Diaz are preparing "to hold a fair in September. Bert and Effie Redd are in Arizona visiting their sister. Mrs. A. G. Fahlgrcn of 210 Myrtle av enue, departed this morning for Cal ifornia to visit friends and relatives. through extensive mercantile Interests in Japan, is continuing a study of law, which he took up while still in col- COL. FURIMA Tt fctressi Psuliry Fsd Ksmriscturff Sh t! ttrori4. Try a big of his fsti. PURIMA S0BAT0H FEED Makes Hens Lsy PURSKA CHECK FEED Saves ttiby CMtkt (JJways U Cteckinl Bft) FOR SALE BY G. &S0N EL PAS O OKE OF JAPAN'S FAIREST DAUGHTERS New York, July 6. One of Tokio's fairest women, according to the descrip tion of her husband, is Mrs. T. Ahaho shi, who arrived in New York on board the Lusatania, of the Cunard line. She comes here as a bride, for Mr. and Mrs. Ah&oshi are on a wedding trip around the world. Mrs. Ahahoshi's beauty was though he has an independent fortune. National Education association's an- subject of general comment among nual convention, no less than 36 being "-,, nn hoard the steamship. ujon this year's program, and manj at ...hnAI ,, r,,,,,,,, of the the heads of the various departments. "" --"ww... Among these none is more honored University of Pennsylvaia, . and al- b '" '" "" ' ' " n Mrs. Benjamin F. Stahl, -wife of Benja min F. Stahl, of Philadelphia, was in stantly killed here. An auto operatrd by her husband turned turtle at the font of a steen hill in Hillsdale, N. Y., Tuesday. Dr. Stahl was severely but not fatally injured. Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to 11 a. in.. 2.30 to 4:30 p. m. If it's from Jackson's, its fresh and just a aittle better than from any other store. Phone 353. Dr. AV. R. AVeeka, 711 Texas street Chronic diseases. Office Chief Quartermaster, Denver, Colo., July 2nd., 1910. Sealed proposals in triplicate will be received here and at office of the Quartermaster at each post named below, until 11 a. m., August 2nd, 1910, for furnishing Corn, Oats, Bran, Hay 'and Straw or bedding Hay, required during the fiscal year ending June 30tii, 1911, at Forts Apache, Huachuca and "Whipple Barracks, Arizona; Fort Logan and Denver, Colorado; Forts Bayard and TVIngate. New Mexico; and Forts Douglas and Duchesne, Utah. Infor mation furnished on application here or at offices of respective post quarter masters. Envelopes to be marked "Pro posals for forage and straw at '" H. B. Chamberlin. Captain and Quarter master, in Charge. They Say Seeing and Hearing Is Believing And if you are open to conviction come and Bee! Hear and talk for vourself over a Wireless Telephone. Free from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m 425-20-27 GUARANTY TRUST BUILDING. The Fisherman and the Preacher r Witching fT w, tJu ,m cnKt y ' 22--K?-Llmited if Flavour In every package of Post The delicacy of flavour starts the appetite and gives zest to breakfast. to serelfromttlie package with creWsandugaa: '"The Memory 'Lingers' f Sold by Grocers, PkgsOc.ndfloc. .-S'jr. ' t Posfcum Gereail Co., LW., Battle Careek", ilich. MR J&fEf 2R3 T: 3HiiHOSir lege. After graduation he returned to Tokio, was married and set forth with hlg bride on a world toui. nj etvs Brevities Diplomat Weds. New York, July 6. Don Ignacio Cal deron, Bolivian minister, and Miss Be atrice Monica Ainley, daughter of a re tired manufacturer of New Rochelle, it nas learned today, -were quietly married last Friday evening at the Holy Trinity Itoman Catholic church at Mamaore neck. L. I. Senor Calderon gave his age as 60. The bride gave her age as 43. S Cans Corn 2K Cent. Don't fail to order 3 cans of that good corn we are selling for 25 cents. Jackson's Snnitnrj Grocery Phone 353. IJiln Bulletin. All afternoon and evening trains are reported on time. McCarroll Doing Well. Don McCarroll, who was shot at Van Horn on the morning of June 29 and brought to the El Paso county hospital, is reported to be doing well, though he is not out of danger yet, according to hospital authorities. Asparajfiis SO Cents Can That asparagus we are selling for 30 cents a can of 2 pounds is just about the nicest asparagus we ever saw. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Dr. Cameron, reliable dentistryt rea sonable price. Over Guarantee Shoe store. Fire From Toy Balloon. Evansville, Ind., July G. Fire start ing from a toy balloon that dropped on a roof threatened to destroy Newburgh, Ind., 10 miles east. Several business buildings were burned. Welch's grape juice at Jackson's. Special, ladies purses, shopping bags. I El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. I! Fresh vegetables and fruit that Is sanitary and good to eat every morning at this store. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. "Woman Killed in Auto. Groat Barrington, Mass., July Office of Chlet Quartermaster. De partment of Texas. San Antonio, Texas, July 2, 1910. Sealed proposals in trlpli- cu.ie ior iuriubiuiig i-uiut,: uiu -ucuvnnj, Hay or Straw required during fiscal year ending June 30, 1911, at Forts Bliss, Clark, Mcintosh, and Sam Hous ton. Texas; Fort Logan H. Roots. Ark., and Fort Sill, Okla., will be received un til 11 oclock a. m., August 1. 1910, and then opened. Proposals will be re ceived at the same time by Quartermas ters at each post named for furnish ing said supplies required for that post only. Deliveries to commence October 1, 1910. U. S. Reserves the right to re ject or accept any or all bids or any part thereof. Information and blank proposals furnished on application here or to Quartermasters at various postr. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposal for (Indicating class of supplies, etc., bid upon) at " and ad dressed to respective Post Quartermas ters or U Col. Jno. L. Clem, C. Q. M. A glass of Chase & Sanborn's special blend of iced tea will cool you off. Jockson's, phone 353. hello misters. r (JONAH, IS THE. J ( WARDEN IN ? T (s The Dying Fisherman By WALT MASON Once a fisherman was dying in his humble, lowly cot, and the pastor sat beside him saying things that hit the spot, so that all his futile terrors left the dying sinner's heart, and he said: "The journey's lonely, but I'm ready for the start. There is just one little matter that is fretting me," he sighed, "and perhaps I'd better tell it ere I cross the Great Divide. I have got a string of stories that I've told from day to day; stories of the fish I've captured, and the ones that got away, and I fear that when I tell them they are apt to stretch a mile; and I wonder when I'm wafted to that land that's free from guile, if they'll let me tell my stories if I try to tell them straight, or will angels lose their tempers then, and chase me through the -gate?" Then the pastor sat and pondered, for the question vexed him sore; never such a weird conundrum had been sprung on him before. Yet the courage of conviction moved him soon to a reply, and he wished to fill the fisher with fair visions of the sky; "you can doubtless tell fish stones," said the clergyman, aloud, "but I'd stretch them very little if old Jonah's in the Copvrieht. 19M, by Georse Matthew DR. PRICE'S Treasury Department, office of the Secretary. Washington, D. C. June 29, 1910. Proposals are hereby solicited, to be opened In the office of the Super- j vising Architect, Treasury Department, Washington, D. C. at 10 oclocK a. m. on August 2, 1910, for the sale or dona tion to the United States of a corner lot. approximately 230x160 feet, centrally and conveniently located and suitable for a new federal building site at El Paso, Texas. If there are streets on three sides of lot one dimension could be reduced forty feet. Upon application the postmaster will supply prospective bidders with circular rL.lnr vn IaiiIo T? O C t fl Tf 1 11 i T"fTV All t Q I and instruction for preparation of bids jrfy ttie blending of Wheat, Rice, Oats and Barley it and data to accompany same. Franklin i e j ? . .- ' . . ' MacVeagh, Secretary. JiiU 133 Trusses and elastic siocKings au .1. a. a . nrnnr Robertson's, the prescription druggist. vfi. yuui VJ1UUC1. makes a food of great worth. Nourishing, palatable ana wnoiesome. Trv it. You will eat it with relish.