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Friday. July 1-5, 1910.
JL .s World's Finest ! Collection Of Pearls Peerless E oiled Eoast, "1 OJ- Per lb , 12 jtfZK. Chuck Eoast or Steak Per lb ;. ' Veal Stew11 " " 1 ,ALD ,.--. , . , Own I Ardoin s Saturday specials . No. 88 ' Per lb Corn Beef 1 Qc Per lb: 1J Home Dressed Hens, per pound. Live and Dresseql Springs . c FBTJIT AND California plums, Per Basket Grapes, per pound VEGETABLE SPECIALS V New Sweet Potatoes Per lb Green Beans Per II) Celery, per bunch " ARDOIN'S MARKET 12c c ' 111 , CITY SEWAGE SMELLS. The city sewerage disposal remains a problem and likewise a nuisance. The sewer empties into the river bed oppo site Washington park- When the river !; running there is little or no odor from the discharge "but now that the river is practically dry. the odor which arises from the discharge of the city sewer main is very objectionable. It ran be detected In the grand stand at the ball games and even as far away as the county road. CREDIT MEX OF CITY ISSUE MONTHLY BULLETIN The first monthly bulletin of the El Paso .Credit Men's association is being distributed. It is an eight page pam phlet with the eal of the association on the front cover. An article on amica ule settlements, by Vance Stewart, has a prominent place in the bulletin and a brief notice of the death of E. Kohl berg, an active member of the associa tion, is enclosed in turned rules. The bulletin was compiled by Frank Smith, secretary of the association. Go to the S rti -r - L m IfiP Seashore 1 Summer 4AU ftfe. Fares f York Central MeSIiFe-ta Round tnp from EI Paso to the greatest summer resorts In the world New York, $80.50 Boston, $81.25 ' Otnsr very favorable round trip fares to Thousand4 islands, The Adirondack, Canadian Lakes, Berkshire Hills and the entire Atlantic Coast. Oprfonil rill ib water routes and nnmerens itopyrer prmleges add ersatlz 10 rain; and pleasure of yont in?. Tickets, sleepiec car accomrsodations sad ta lafonra- Hon furnished oa application if your local a;nt cr : ERWTN TEARS, Gen. Agt Pass. Dept, 1017 17th St., Denver. WARREN J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager, Chicago. fit mm&L id Saturday a m Only 8 bars Whi 34 ba te Star Soap 2is cr TOi iiis ipiBEJiJ This Is the fees iai to fos found in El as. Get Your Share, LION GROCER J Both Phones Ss Y CO. S. Stanton St. MHMW4VSaragBSmHfe .HJ'2fc? A38$r & .2ftKHBB J- Z1.Z.ZZ, iMiwiBB PUP i i' i'l IP IB 'I i v air -v j2? .Hu! 1 wiOKrSMIBKW 4&?g&& IW VV I f2r v ! . I ll 6 3 Mutt and -Jeff are with us. See them today on sport page. Every clay in The Herald hereafter. A daily short story every day In The Herald: also the serial. His Highness, the Gaekvrar of Baroda, who -trith his xoyal contort and the ainharance, their daughter, the youns and bneautiful princess India Itnjai, arrived recently In Xew York on a pleasure and Might seeing rip. The Gnek war, 'It Is said, In the owner of the finest collection of poarLs in the world, as Tvell as the Star of the South, and many other precious stones, having a tot valuation of 920,000,000. It is said that his highness who Is on his war o Eu rope is carrying a beautiful gift to king George V., one that Is worth a fortune. !e FOUR PEEMITS TO BUILD ARE ISSUED Clock Tower to Be Put on! Top of City National Bank Shortly. Four building permits were Issued by building Inspector S. B. Haggart Thursday, the most important being for a lesidence to be erected on the north east corner of Hutton and Raanpart streets, In Franklin addition, while per mission was also granted for the con struction of an electric clock to-wer on the City National bank building, on Pioneer Place. Building Permits. To Electric Advertising company, to eiect a clock tower on top of the City National bank building, at the corner of El Paso street and Pioneer Plaza; estimated cost ?l,00o. To the Texas Realty company, to build a six-room residence 25x28x58 feet, on southeast corner of Rampart and Hutton streets, Franklin Heights addition; estimated cost $2850. To Arcadio Baltierra, to build a one room adobe residence on Canal street, ii Campbell addition; estimated cost 350. To A. A. Howard, to build a screen porch on residence at the northeast cor ner of Mesa avenue and Missouri street; estimated cost $50. Deeds Filed. Plateau, Tex. J. K. Day and Levi Anderson to Miss Pattie Fenner, lot 1, blpck 11, townsite of Plateau, Tex; con sideration $20; May 21, 1910. Socorro grant EI Paso Townsite company to Gertrude M. Harris, 18.51 acres in Socorro town grant; consider ation $11.10; June 30, 1910. S. H- Hunter to C. TV. Harkrlder, sec- j tlon 10, block 54, public school lands, Is miles nortneasc oi xoyan, u.ex.; con sideration $3496; June' 10. 1910. Boracho, Tex. J. TV. Balke, trustee, to Earl Eddlns, lot 2, block 26, Boracho, Tex.; consideration $30; Jan. 26, 1910. Boracho, Tex. J. "W. Balke, trustee, to Ed Eddlns, lot 23, block 13, Boracho, Tex.; consideration $30; Jan. 26, 1910. Boracho, Tex. J. "W. Balke, trustee, to T. P- Eddlns. lot 14, block 36, Bo racho, Tex.; consideration $30; Jan. 26, 1910. Licensed to Wed. Andres Ortega and Encarnacion Mar quez. R. O. TValdie and Mary C. Porter. The Orchards, her mother and -sisters. Mrs. Barron and the Misses Barron, of St. Louis. Otto Smith has gone to the hit springs near Sierra Blanca. He has purchased a hack and team' of horses to make trips between Sierra Blanca and the springs. ' .1. j. Smith has returned from Cloud croft. Lee Glascock, of El Paso, entertained at the Valley Inn in honor of Mesdames Tanner and Carr and Miss Mitchell. BI& BUNCH OF j SHERIFFS COMING , El Paso's gun toting ordinance will nave to oe suspended Tne weeK oi guAsutninth. ehx esTTa cmfwypcmfwy August ninth. The Texas Sheriff's as sociation will hold its annual meeting in El Paso and each of the Texas sher iffs will come with a piece of heavy ar tillery stowed away in his pistol pocKet. It is expected that at least 400 of the county peace officers will be in El Paso to attend the annual meeting and arrangements are being made by mayor W. F. Robinson and the chamber of commerce to entertain them while they are here. V KILLED ELK; ARRES TKIj. res Moines, la., July 15 J. C. Nich ols -was arrested at Brooklyn, Iowa, to day by United States mar.saal BidweJl, charged with shooting three elk m Yel lowstone aNtional park several months ago. Although he broke hts ankle in his flight, Nichols escaped from Wyo ming officials at the time of th, hooting. Delightful Desserts THIRD HAY CROP CUT AT YSLETA J Fancy Bred Chickens Are Shipped to Mexico Per sonal News. Tsleta, Texas, July 15. J. J. Smith is cutting his alfalfa the third time this season. He is storing the hay, which is of extra fine quality. A large number of pure blood Rhode Island Red chickens In pairs, are be ing shipped from Sunset ranch to Mexico. Mrs. Mayfleld, of Valentine, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. "Walter Coles. Mrs. D. M. Payne has as her guest at and many other pleasing dishes can be made with Post A crisp, wholesome food always ready to serve. With fruit or berries it is delicious. ' 'The Memory Lingers' ' A little book "Good Things Made with Toasties" in packages, tells how. Sold by Grocers pkgs. 10c and 15c P0STUM" CEREAL CO., LTD. Battle Creek, Mich. !? JT SEEMS as though there was a never-ending stream of good bar gains in this store always some offering that makes the purchasing power of the monev in your purse a little greater. Now. for example, look at this offering for tomorrow night in the Ready-to-Wear Section White Lingerie Dresses worth $3.50 for $L45 They're prettilv made dresses, of white batiste .trimmed with embroider ies and laces. " Some are high neck st4es with long sleeves, others have the cool, square Dutch neck and elbow sleeves. They are dresses that or dinarily would cost from $3.00 to $3.50. In the After Supper Sale, 7 to 9 o'clock, we will sell not more thau two to a customer at $1.45 each. Long Silk Gloves All pure silk gloves, lC-button length, with eligible finger tips. Bkivk and white only, in the regular- $1.25 quality, one pair to" each cus- Q Gdi" Dresses Pretty style dresses for girls of five to fourteen years, made of percale, gingham and chambray, in midsummer styles, the Dutch neck and short sleeves. Special lot, including many $2.50 styles $ 1 at ip 1 o Only two to each customer- After Supper Sale Of Toilet "Necessities Colgate's Shaving Stick, worth l1". 16c v (Limit 2) Dr. Graves' Tooth Powder, wortfr regularly -3 25c ' IOC (Limit 2) Colgate's Fioating Bath Soap. tihree cakes for (Limit 3) Mexican Antiseptic Avorth regularly 25c (Lhnit 2) Aero Triple Bristle Hair Brushes, with rubber sir oush iort. and solid back. Resjufcir $1.25 quality, each (Limit 1) Men's leather Belts All lea-ther belts, the correct width in black, tan and grey. A quality regularly sold for 35c. After Supper Special, 7 -J Q to 9 o'clock, each i C Onlv two to each customer ' Talcum, IDC Ribbons' All silk taffeta and satin Rib bons in plain and fancy styles, 4 to 6 inches wide, suitable for sashes, hair bows, and hat trim ming. Values up to ouc; sale 7 to 9 o'clock, a vcrd Only five yards to each cus tom er. 19c $.50 Parasols for $1.95 Your first impulse will be to say, ll It can't be true," but we'll explain. "As far as the makers are concerned the parasol season is over and in finish ing up the season's business the samples used in the salesrooms are sold at a mere fraction of their worth. From one of the largest of these makers we bought his samples hence these low prices. Fancy Parasols Worth to $Z.50 T 1 J J It's a beautiful lot, hardly two alike, iruule ox plain silks, in all colors, fancy Dresden silks, and many handsomely trimmed s:typs. The Japanese and fancy novelty shapes are shown and the va riety of handles includes every style thp Chantecler. hand carved, polished wood and metal. Fancy Parasols Worth to $15.00 $3.95 ALL DAY SATURDAY SHOE SALE Notice the splendid bargains we have prepared for our tomorrow's cus tomers. Compare the qualities with the prices and you'll see that our promises of "best values" are faithfully fulfilled. WOMEN'S OXFORDS Tan. calf Ox ford ties and pumps, made over the mot stylish lasts, "with welt sole and military hesl. All sizes and widths. Regular $3.50 ?(& rahie tpdZt OJ CHILDREN'S PUMPS Neat style pumps and Oxfords, made of extra qualitv vici kid. Sizes S 1-2 to 12, in the $1.50 , QO value : OC MEN'S OXFORDS The "Fellow cralt' (union, label) 'brand of men's Oxfords, made of good quaKty patent leather on new last. Reg ular $3.50 styles... fjk f I Special Lot n s rme Women's fine qual ity black vici kid Oxfords, made over the most stylish lasts, with plain toe and niilitary heel. A very handsome style for street or dress and of excep tional value. $3.50 Quality for 2.9o MEN'S OXFORDS The 'Tellow craft" $3.50 shoe in guranetal, vici kid, and all tan leathers; nervest and most stylish 4k Q 1 f MEN'S OXFORDS The "Popular $4.00 Special' Oxfords in patent leather, made of the Q QQ most stylish lasts PO 0 2 MEN'S OXFORDS The "Popular $4.00 Special" Oxfords in vici kid, gunmetal, and all the d3 A tan leathers p3TrO FL0RSHEIM SHOES All remaining pairs of the Florsheim make of men's shoe?, in styles and qualities that sell regularly for $5.00, $5.50 and $G.00. Range of sizes is incomplete. A pair i2.98 Special Lot Women's Pumps and Oxfords Odds and ends of many of the sea son's best selling styles of Pumps and Oxfords, in all leathers and a wide diversity of styles. "We include in this lot kinds regularly worth to $3.50. Extra Special V. P JL JP &j asement Shoe Sale Manufacturers samples of Women's oxfords and Pumps, worth up to $3.50, a puir $1.68 Nearfrxg the End of the Sale of Men's Suits Only a few more days and the opportunities presented by this remarkable sale of high class suits will 'be a thing of the y&. Eofa day there is a visible lessening of the number each day more men have shown their foresight edness by qhoosing one or more suits. Think the matter over and see if you can afford to lot ihis great chance pass by. The saving of one-fourDh to one-third of the price of the suit is not an inconsiderable one.' Ifond Tailored Suits, worth B32.50 to $40.00 $24.85 Rnn.1 Tailored Suits, -worth $25.00 to $30.00 $18.65 Hand Tailored Suits, worth $20.00 to $22.50 S14.95 Extra well made Suits, worth $15.00 to $18.00 t .$12.35 Extra well ma'de Suits, worth $12.50 to $14.00 " $9.45 .TOROSKNTX" undershirts and 1 HVbKk "?0R0SKNIT mm suits for drawers, mte and 5? flJMl a . men, white and tan, tan, 50c values, each kJ . i ,Q regular $1.00 values . I Ot (emmal