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EL PASO HERJMD
Friday, August 12, 1910.
DUFFY'S CARBONATED SWEET CIDER
Filtered and bottled fresh from the press, with the
addition of natural carbonic gas, which renders it
sparkling and brilliant as champagne'.
25c Per Bottle
PRESERVING- BARTLET PEARS
We have made special arrangements for a Picked
lot of Genuine Bartlet Pears, selected especially
for preserving purposes. Place your order now
' and we can fill it at your convenience.
40 Pound Boxes Only $1.50
We have a limited amount of Heinz Preserves,
regular 50e jars, that we will sell this week at 25c
Baroness Must Give Up Her Children
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Tex St Auto 115L
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f,j Final Day Befo
re Odds & Etid Sale
We have been and will be tomorrow very busy preparing! for our Odds & Ends
Sale, which begins Monday. Still, we have taken unusual care to make our
shopping list for tomorrow one of unusual interest. Oddjs & Ends Sale prepar-
ations make only one change necessary Bargain Basement will be closed at 6
r tyi f-.n majk-e evervthine- readv for early Monday a. in. shoppers.
CALL FOR SPECIALS BY NUMBER
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TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966 .
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
508 & 629
A. E. RYAU & CO.
OPEI ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
LU IV! BE
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
Baron and baroness Von Romberg and her two sons, of Berlin. "Under
the decision of the supreme conrt of Connecticut, the baroness who Is the
daughter of E. C. Converse, the United States teel magnate, niust Mend the
children across the sea, to visit their father, the baroness's former husband,
Walter C. Morrill, of Xew York, every year, bearing the cost of transportation
one tray. The father must pay the expenses of the boys' return trip. Thus
the father 'will have the opportunity he seeks to impart to his soa a 'rohjust
Americanism" and to counteract the atmosphere of military and court life,
which he fears would otherwise overshadov his son's future.
J cline is given as the cause of death.
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-a irdiuieiw a,. uiie mil- nils a. iebi-
dent of Tennessee.
All afternoon and evening trains arev
reported on time.
If there are any nicer or-better water
melons grown than El Paso valley
watermelons, we have not seen them.
They are very fancy and we would like
to send you one.
k. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Bed springs, mattresses, dressers,
chairs, rockers, dishes and silverware at
Sheldon hotel on sale now.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
406 S. EI Paso Si,
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc. "Everything That's Canvas."
All Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price. Auto 1S82
El Paso Sheet Metal Works
Cornices Bell 548 321 Texas Street Spouting Auto 1148
Skylights ?Let us give you an estimate." Roofing
Awning Shades and Curtains
Silk Lisle Underwear $1.63 Suit.
Tomorrow only we will sell our high
grade silk lisle underwear for only $1.65
215 San Antonio.
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Pasr St
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
CARR DRUG CO. -
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
f,EL PASO BRICK CO.
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
Dies "Under JIurder Charge.
Newark, X J., Aug. 12. Miss Vir
ginia Wardlaw, who with her two sis
ters is under indictment for the mur
der of Mrs. Ocey TVardlaw Martin
Snead, died yesterday afternoon in the
house of detention here. Her death, it
Is said, will materially affect the pros
ecution of her two sisters. General de-
Special Sale on Oar
40 Cents a Pound
Mcnilla Valley Peaches.
Those who know say Mesilla valley
peaches are the finest flavored in the
world, and they are. "We have them
now, great, large, yellow, juicy peaches
only 25 cents a basket.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Baden-Powell in America. j -Vancouver,
B. C, Aug. 12. General
P.. S. Baden-Powell, hero of the siege
of Mafeking in the Boer war, arrived
here today on a world tour of the Soys"
scout companies, having organized that
movement in England several years
aS- j ;.
Clean vegetables at Jackson's. "
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. Gaeoried)
i $2.00 DRESSES $1.25
1 Women's House and Street
Drosses, materials are lawn ami
gingham, nicely made and neatly
trimmed. Values to $2.00. Saturday
p. rff Basement Special $1.2d.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES
2New styles and best materials.
rCoirfe in solid colors, stripes,
checks and plaids. Neatly trimmed.
As"- sin Extra Saturday p. m. Base
ment Special vou get choice for
f EXACTLY HALF PRICE
BOYS 50c OVERALLS 25c
3'Boys' Overalls, blue mixed with
red trimmings, worth 50c. Satur
day a; m. Basement Special 25c.
1 CHILDREN'S 19c DRAWEks 10c
4aiildrens Muslin Drawers, hem
stitched and tucked, worth to
19c. Saturday a- m. Basement Spe
'" , ;v0- J GAUZE VESTS
5 Fine ribbed, taped neck and
shoulder straps, nvorth 15c. Sat
urday a. m. Basement Special, 3 for
19c HOSE 10c
6 Mens. Women's and Children's
Hosiery, black, white and colors,
worth to 19c pair. Saturday a- m.
Basement Special 10c
CLOSING OUT MILLINLitY
7 Women's Trimmed Hats, about
twelve in the lot, worth to 75c.
Saturday a, on. Basement Special,
choice for 98c
CHILDREN'S 75c ROMPERS 39c
Solid colors, and in neat pink and
white and blue and white stripes,
worth to 75c Saturday p. m. Base
ment Special 39c
SUN HATS AND BONNETS.
9 Misses' and Children's Sun Hats
and Bonnets, white laiwn with
embroidery ruffle, regular price 50c.
Saturday p. m. Basement Special 25c.
WOMEN'S KHAKI SKIRTS
"1?" Pleated and tailored styles,
-iV worth S1.50. Sattirdav -n. m.
n.cn.nnf o .ns.;-i QQ
yrc"rjH "l1"" '0,"
JCalifte-Dry Goods Ca (fceorpa4ea)
WOMEN'S MAJESTIC COR
SETS $1.00 VALUES FOR 79c
Women's ''Majestic" Lace
Trimmed Batiste Corsets, me
dium ana long hips models,have
o supporters. w-ortih regu
larly 51.00. Saturday night, 7
to 9 o'clock,
VERY HAIR BRUSHES 63c
A pure bristle, each bristle
fixed separately- in India, rub
ber cushion, worth to $1.00. Satur
day night 63c each.
$1.25 CHIFFON VEILS 89c EACH
II J -36x72 in full size all silk im
jO .ported hemstitched chiffon
veilsj in black and blue, gray, maize,
pik lyender, brown, green, cham
pagne; royal blue, Alice blue, red and
white, ,Tvorth to $1.25. Saturday
vXight 89c each.
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WOMEN'S SEPARATE SKIRTS & TOOTH POWDER 18c
1 Marts or tine ngnt v-eign DrJ Lyon's Tooth Powder, Sat--a.
wool materials, tailored anIr IiJri...j zuj. ii v :i
.. .... -i i K r ' iwufcj' iUKuu vain ut: sinrcui.L
trimmed, mil range or colors. alsojSr i'8c."",,' r
blacK, vahies to i.ov. oaturaay p.
m. Basement Special $2.95.
1e 'Gemiine Heatherbloom" in
& shades of green, cardinal,
nav3 wisteria and black, only a few
in tie lot. values to $2.50. Saturday
p..m. Basement Special $1.25.
WOMEN'S 40c 'HANDKERCHIEFS
1Q Women's all linen, fine sheer,
5 narrow hemstitched handker
chiefs, worth regular 40c Saturday
plight Extra Special 22c each.
Limit of 6 to a customer.
10c TUMBLER DOILIES 4c EAoH
lj fj Round and square embroidered
X i sealloDed ede wif3i hem-
stitching designs, worth regularly
Saturdav niirht. 4c each.
Limit 12 to a customer.
20c BARRETTES 8c EACH
7 bar new styled Shell Bar
rettes, full 4 1-2 inches long-,
splendid well finished, with good
fastener, worth to 20c Extra Special
Saturday N"ight Sc each.
75c HAND MIRROR 48c
Genuine French Bevel Plate
Honolulu, H. I., Aug-. 12. The Brit
ish barkentine HeJga, bound from New
castle to San Francisco, went ashore
on Diamond Head at the entrance -to"
tnis narbor. Captain . all of the Helgu
mistook the new lighthouse at Makapu
for the point. The Helga, whlchleft
Newcastle US days ago with a cargo of
coal, leaked almost continuously during
the voyage. The vessel has been aban-
doned by the crew and is breaking up.
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HACK and BAGGAGE
"Will be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
We're there in just a minute.-' Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOK'S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
sole agent for THE EASY UNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
HI TFW ART CASH 0R CREDIT
Lf. J 1 JU TV M. I Bell 632, Auto 2106. 310 Stanton St.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 'e. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
309 S. EI Paso St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tnni on
minis. sauQifs. narness. cutlery. xents. uii. Paint. Etc
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. ' Phone 347
$3.50 Shirts, now $2.85
Shirts, now $1.85
$2.00 Shirts, now $1.50
$1.50 Shirts, now $1.15
$1.25 Shirts, now $1.00
E. & W., Cluett and
Monarch Brands t
Smith's ice cream is pure ice cream;!
will stand any test. Delivered r'free.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shoe sTore.
Uooscvelt's Denver Visit. ,,'--,
Denver, Colo., Aug. 12. Col. Rdose-'
velt will arrive in Denver at 10:5051 m;
Monday, August 29, on a special train'
from Cheyenne. He, will be met at,.:the
union depot by representatives of-the
state and city, the Livestock associa
tion, the Spanish war veterans and oth
ers. Following a parade, headed by 'a
carriage in which Roosevelt, governor
Shafroth and mayor Speer will ride, Col.
Roosevelt will be the guest of the Den
ver Press club at a' cowboy luncheon at
Overland park. At 2:30 oclock he- will
address a public meeting at the Audi
torium. ... "
Smith's ice cream is pure ice Icf earn;
win stand 'any
test. Delivered free.
Come early and get choice of Hotel
Sheldon furniture." W
Padded CenKun Returns. fc .ST
Helena, Mont., Aug. 12. Thomas
Dailey and F. C. McDonald. GreaftiFalls
census enumerators, pleaded guilty to f 6p.- m
paaamg census returns, in the federal
court late yesterday afternoongKand'J
were sentenced to 24 hours in jairahtl
fined $1000 each. Twp more enumerl
ators will be arraigned AugustH-on' a
similar charge. t
2 Xeckiies for Price of One.
All our 75 cent neckties will go for
45 cents tomorrow.
215 San Antonio.
Pnlne Teeth Strangle "Woman.
Louisville, Ky Aug. 12. While
sweeping today. Miss L.illie Kunt acci
dentally dislodged her "false teeth. They
became lodged in her windpipe and she
strangled to death before help could
Furniture in Sheldon
sold by August 25th.
hotel must be
$3.30 Straw Hit to, Sl.U..
It will cost you only S1.25 for a $3.50
straw hat tomorrow at
215 San Antonio.
Girl Kill Dcspoiler.
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 12. Catherine
Botti, aged 13 years, seized an ax and
creeping unawares on Pasquale Bolpe,
aged IS,- as he stood in his doorway,
crushed the youth's skull, killing him
Extra All Day
UNTIL 6 P. M.
'Hope" Bleached Domestic, full
vard wide, finished soft for the
needje, regular price hv the
bolt is 10c yard. As an extra
Saturday Basement Special
3-011 set 10 vards for
Limit 10 yards.
Xb telephone orders filled.
Basement closes at 6 p. m.
Mirror, set in rosewood or
ebony wood, with good length han
dles, all round mirrors, worth regular
to 75c Saturday night 48c each.
$1.00, SILK HOSE 68c PAifi
yr "Women's Pure Silk Hose, m
ls Vlhtexk. onlv. Hare cotton heela.
yjfeoesd! soles. An extra special from
?3jJ$J8 o'clock, worth to $1.00 pair,
KFturday night 63c pair.
25c TOOTH PASTE 15c
Colgate's Tooth Paste, comes
out Kke a ribbon, worth 25c
ihe -world over. Saturday night 15c.
CHILDREN'S KNIT WAISTS
Well made of good material,
have patent hoook for sup
porters, worth 15c. Saturday a. m.
Basement Special 10c
s & Endale Monday
charges against George Yeager, chief
of police of Des Moines. It asks that he
Tie removed on the ground that he is per
mitting "resorts," gambling dens and
liquor joints to run in Des Moines.
, "Voiir life 5s in votir milk man's hands.
bette.r drink El Paso Dairy Milk.
Engine, boiler, smoKestack. dynamo.
0 H. P. motor, draft fai exhaust fan, S
ceiling fans on sale. Hotel bheldon.
Peace Advocate Dies.
Waltham, Mass., Aug. 12. It was
Through his efforts in behalf of peace
among the countries of the world that
Robert Treat Pai,ne, who died here last
night, became a figure of something
more than national prominence. As
president of the American Peace society
his work occasionally took him to Eu
rope and The Hague, and his name was
enrolled among the prominent advocates
fied last night as the man whtf .shot f plant extending the service to several
adjacent small towns in this district.
Mrs. Gardner, of El Paso, Tex., has
come to Bisbee to Join her husband, who
Is temporarily employed at the local
depot during agent Graves's absence.
An exodus of miners is going on
i '1, since a montn ago, notwithstanding tne
First National Bank savings -depart-aWf act' that expert miners are in demand.
ment open Saturday evenings uikuhs j
oclock. " -'-'-' ' - - "
Anton Helge Sunday night, when Helge
tried to stOD him after an attemoted
robbery. McKevltt is suspected by fthe''
police of being the person who shot
Dr. V. F. Michaels, the EnglewoocLd&n.-
tist, last Friday night. f
ROSWELI, RAIXS ARE -'
HELPING THE FARMERS
Your life is in your milk man's hands,
better drink El Paso Dairy Milk.
Don't overlook the furniture at Hotel
Indianapolis. Ind.. Aug. 12. The
condition of James "Whitcomb Riley, the
poet, who has ben seriously ill at his
home in this city for several weeks, was
said by his physicians today to be
Mrs. Concha Vechot of late Queen res
taurant, will, by request, serve, at home
alr'Klnds of Mexican aisnes
217 Sonora St '
m 11 to
. 5uriI?,Isii? ?ur ""? ma"s!nds. I ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
uciia uiiua jzji xasu jcm.j .uu&.
Independent Assay Office
l ESTABLISHED 1888.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assaysanf
Chemical Ancltftla. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon, dulllon Work n
Office az-d Laboratory:
Cw. Saa Pwriao i CMfaafaHtSk.
Fresh Frnltn Are Plentiful in the Ros-
well Market; Ased Dexter Real-'
Roswell, N. M., Aug. 12. Rains con
tinue to fall dally on the range in
nearly every direction from Roswell..
A heavy rain at Lincoln, 50 miles west
of Roswell, sent a flood down the. Bo
nlto river into the Rio Hondo and It
is believed, will enable the farmers un
der the Hondo reservo!r to glyre t&eir
lands another good soaking.
Home grown peaches, pears, grapes,
plums, tomatoes, sweet potatoes and-'
other fruits and vegetables arepientl-.
ful in the Roswell market.
"Uncle Jerry" Cazier, over 6Qgyea.rs
of age and a resident of the Pecss val
lej- for many years, is dead at Sis home
at Dexter, having been stricken' with
paralysis 12 days ago.
C. !L. nillintoii, 705 Magoffin. Tel.
HS9. painting, paper hanging. deccr.Unc:
" Colnmbus Riots Continue.
Columbus, Ohio, Aug. 12. In -late-f-J
rioting last night six carmen were in
jured. Three city detectives fired their
revolvers at occupants of an automobile
who rode alongside and began stoning a
car. None of their bullet found marks.
at Hotel Sheldon on sale
Helena. Ga., Aug. 12. Jim Toler, a
negro, was lynched at Alamo, seventy
seven miles from here, bj' a mob of
more than one hundred men for having
entered the room of two daughters of
a planter of Montgomery county Tues
day night while tlfe girls were in bed
asleep. The negro was caught, con
fessed his guilt, tied to a tree and shot
Dr. XV. H. AVeek.i, chronic diseases.
The best line ever offered in furni
ture at Sheldon hotel.
Cnfe Mnnnpjer Killed.
St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 12. George A.
Delano, a cafe manager here, was shot
and almost Instantly killed last night by
The girl hysterically cried to Hans Larson, a railroad clerk who was
that she had "avenged
Smith's ice cream is pure ice cream;
will stand any test. Delivered free.
"Want Police Thief Fired.
s Moines, Iowa, Atipr. 12 The Iowa
a customer. The cafe was crowded with
diners, many of them women. A bottle
of tomato catsup, smashed over Larson's
head by a waiter, had the appearance
of blood and caused a panic, which re
quired several policemen to quell.
12. Michael Mc-
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGTJSOX,
1 I Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
3222 San Francisco St Phone 32-L
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase.
vwAV-k-r. w .. -wf
viatic KLiiLi'iiiu LlWiT CO. OnM and Silver in anr form rw.
TO ECTSXT) to OTHER jcowxs spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
announced that the Bisbee Light and
Power company will shortly enlarge Its?
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., EI Paso. Tcsas.
etivXouPaSnt'Jt Up It Looks
: : : . Prosperous
Harcc.ttie Materials to Do It With
a. j-iowu vox
. , See Us or Write for
Hammocis, Water Bags Tents, Cots, Bjirham
and anytliiiiff in the
sSaddlery or Sporting G-oods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE AHMS CO.
anti-saloon league today preferred J Kevitt, a paroled convict, was identi- j
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