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3L PASO HERALD
Friday, October 28, 1910. LL t Hdu d rhL nl Sample lu drill HOui 1 Lot of i hIT HniY I It 1 lu o uh s u si uni Jill 1 1 111 u (Continued From jrage One.) show in the evenings These perforxa ances begin at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m. The different divisions of the Os- Snlo nr,y-Asi Tm no- filial MTliillV. .E. A. -Moore, who is in charge of the auto division, has 50 entries for tne l'pcwer driven cars and expects as mam j juuie uciuie wits nitjiiL. ui uic jjcj... M1 of these cars will be decorated. (Itfef Os-Aple, who is to make his an rAj&l pilgrimage to El Paso on xhe evening of Thursday, November 3, has received a letter from three El Paso girls, Misses Margaret McGee, Ma:y White, and Dorothy Long, asking the big chief that they be put in his re tinue as mounted escorts. They "will be dresed as cowgirls and will ride at each side of the big chief. E. E. Neff Las charge of the entire Os-Aple page ant. Merchants to Close. All retail merchants in El Paso a'3 to close their establishments all day Wednesday, November 2, and Friday afternoon, November 4, in order to al low their employes to attend the fair, according to a resolution adopted at the meemg of the association Thurs day night. The meeting was presided over by J. C. Ballard, vice president of the asso- 1 'ciation, and the adoption of the rest itution followed the appearance befo-e the merchants of C. N. Bassett, presi dent of the fair; J. G. McNary, Julius Krakauer and John Fisher, directors. A. resolution was also adopted asking mayor C. E. Kelly to in a proclama tion asking for the closing of the storesWednesday and on Friday after no on. r,v HXaka Fair Self-SHsrkriKlBS. Mr. Bassett stated that It was the desire to make the fair self-sustaining in 1910, and that the attendance on the days the merchants should close should bring the receipts up to the necessary amount. To confirm this, Mr. Bassett stated that the receipts at the fair in 1909 were' about $14,000 and that $6200 of this amount was receive I the day the merchants closed their stores. A canvass of the merchants Is . to be made. All will be asked to ,close their stores. Mayor Kelly Friday morning stated that he had been asked to issue a proclamation, but that he had not made 8. decision. Jaarez Merchants to Close. Jnarez merchants will also be asked to close their establishments on Wed nesday and Friday afternoon, Robert Sllberberg and Felix Martinez being appointed at the meeting to visit may , or Portillo of Juarez and jnake that request. It was explained that the fair Is as much of a benefit to Juarez as to El Paso, and that International pride 'should be shown for Its maintenance. Editors aad Ciickeas, Souvenir badges for the editors of the southwest, who are expected to at tend the Southwestern Editorial Asso- clalon convention here on November 8, are now being made. They will con sist of the typical El Paso hats with ribbons of blue and gold, the fair col- 'ors, upon -which will be printed the! name of the association and the dates of tlie big fair. I. "EL Glllett, secretary of the Poultiy association, will move to the fair grounds Saturday antt establish an of' fice in the poultry pavilion. He expects & total of 1000 entries for the annual poultry show. To Phone to the Fair. The Trl-State Telephone company has Installed a private telephone ex change at the fair grounds. Each de partment of the fair will be connected through this branch exchange. To call the fair grounds all that will be neces the fair graunds all that will be necessary Is to ask Central for the fair grounds and tell the branch Ko. 719 will not connect, with the fair office, as this Is the downtown office. St. Mark's hospital will have charge of the day nursery on the fair grounds adjoining the press h-ead quarters. Graduate nurses from St. Mark's will Col. Wm. F. Cody, Who Will Open the Fair li''&0i(WJ-i fflBHnffyBiftMlWltev jLWmfwmWiM mmi iwf lBIl n i ih i ii i mini ' nl i iii uni ? sssKSsssfwgssvSswisiisssFiez twniww , ;-S3 , -$? kiMmm kirts I on sale at Whole sale Prices row Black Voile Skirt, $7.00 value Fancy Batiste Skirt, $10.00 value $6 50 1 Black Batiste Skirt, So.00 value Fancy Tailored Skirt, $7.00 value nomespun Worsted fiQ Skirt, 5.00 value... tP5 Fine Portland Cloth A A Skirt, $7.00 value... $ Fancy Torben Cloth ritg Skirt, $7.00 value... $D Fine Blue Serge Skirt, rt Q $5.00 value pO 50 50 Sale of Sample Rugs Persian Pattern Rug, 30x72 inches; regular $6.00 &A )P iocminster Hug, floral design, 36x72 int.! ss; reguL-. tf a c $6.00 value t&Tr.SO Brussels Rug, oriental design, 36x72 inches; regular ri o O Cf $5.50 value P5D Xier Axminster Rugs, floral de sign, 27x50; regu- tf q f lar $2.25 value P 1 0 Fine Velvet Rugs, floral design, 27x54; regular $2.50 rtc aa value sp&A) El Paso Racket Store 211 Texas. Bell 16" be in charge of the nursery during the fair and will care for the babies while their mothers see vhe sights. The Dojr Show. Catalogs for the dog show, an ad junct of the fair will 'come from the press "Wednesday, the opening day of the show, according to the announce ment Friday of Henry T. Bowie, the secretary of the El Paso Kennel club. Over 20D dogs have been entered. Mr. Bowie said, and it is thought that y Friday night, at which, time the en tries close, this number will be in- creased.-. The entry blanks for 50 dogs, which have heen exhibited at the Houston and Dallas shows, were received Fri day from J. P. Lane, of Houston. This number includes five dogs from Colo rado Springs, Colo. which have been J on the bench at Houston. The prizes to be awarded at the djg show include 11 silver cups and 22 spe cial prizes. The members of the Kennel club heid a meeting at the chamber of commerce Thursday night and discussed pla-is for the show. HORSES FOR PAIR RAGES ARE HERE From Oklahoma, Friday evening, a carload of race horses for the fair races will arrive over the T. P. express ed from Oklahoma. W. P. Fine arrived Thursday with 14 head and a shipment of 30 arrived over the Santa J?'e Fri- "Buffalo m rfl W HIP. r yKLjyri,.yJryyKrxj-'. 'v vbnvM' : --y'...A yM w ' vrrwv AND MARKET The only strictly Cash Grocery in El Paso. The place where you don't have to pay for solicitors, bookkeepers and collectors. We can surely save you money on your grocery and meat bill. Bell phones, grocery depart ment. 884. 844, 823. Bell phone, meat department, 865. Auto phone, 1691. 18 lbs. best sugar for 10 lbs. Cottolene for 4 lbs. Cottolene for 3 lb. pail pure lard for 5 lb. pail pure lard for 65c ooc 85c i 10 lb. pail pure lard nor 10 lbs. Colorado potatoes for 10 lbs. extra good sweet potatoes for 6 lbs. good dry onions for 25c 25c 25c Extra fine mountain cabbage, per lb . Hubbard squash, per lb Large and small yellow pump kins (for Hallowe'en) per lb.. 4c 4c 4c jsew evaporated peaches, per lb 10c Xew evaporated apricots, .17'2C per lb Xew cooking figs 3 lbs. for Xew prunes, extra large. 2 lbs. for Xew prunes, medium size, bs. for Xew seeded raisins, per pkg. ".TTTrh-.v . . . . Xew currants, ier pkg- Xew citron, orange and lemon peel, per lb 25c 25c c c 25c 4 large rolls toilet paper for "". mJ . . .$ .25 Standard pack Tomatoes, 2 cans for ' . . . -.15 Eupion Oil, (for tlie oil stove) none better, 5 gal 85 New Sauerkraut, 2 lbs. for 15 New Dill Pickles, per dozen 20 Xew Holland Herring (Milkers) per keg 1.00 New Mackerel, 3 for 25 Xew Mackerel, large size 2 for 25 Xew Mackerel, extra large, eaeli 20 Eyster's C. O, D. Grocery Cor. Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices day morning for the stables of Hermaa Brandt and W. T. Anderson. PTO-P tot ortTxrrvr -E JLiVij n OUiiVUiJ, i BUT KO PANIC An overheated stove in the north room of the Beall school annex, which ignited the molding under a black board, was responsiDie UTiaay morning for an alarm answered by the East El Paso fire department. The fire was extinguished by the students and the teacher, Miss Ina May Nelson. The fire occurred at 8:25 a. m., and but few students were in the room. No one was injured in the rush. A fire Thursday afternoon at Stanton and Second street, was responded to by the Central fire department. A small shed was destroyed. WHAT DOES THE PUBLIC OWE THE RAILWAYS? Ripley, of the Santa Fe, Says Xo Road Is Earning Any Big Returns on the Actual Investment. Topeka, Kas., Oct. 28. E. P. Ripley, president of the Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe railroad, in an address last night, asked: "How is the duty of the public to the railroads been performed, and does the public owe any duties to the rail raod? The answer to this question will vary with the views of him who is asked, but all would probably agree as a general principle that the public owes the railroad: "First, protection for its property. "Second, freedom from interference with its business methods as long as they are clean and honest. "This is all we ask. We don't seek to evade responsibilities. In the 41 years since the original line WHS projemeu iium Aiuuiauu iu Topeka, the Santa Fe has paid its owners less than 3 percent on its j j.j -e !, capitalization. "We are told there is water in it I don't think so but sup pose that It is one-third water, the earnings would still show less than 5 percent on the actual capital invested. Is that an excessive return for those who have risked their money in the enterprise? "The cry of 'watered stock' is today untrue as to most of the railroads of .this country and particularly untrue as to the Santa Fe. I have no hesitation in saying that if a regular debit and credit account had been kept, charg ing upon the one side the actual cash outlay AVith regular savings bank In terests and crediting all earnings on the other, the state of Kansas would be some millions of dollars in debt to the Santa Fe. "We don't want to be above the law and we accept regulation of railroads as a settled policy of the government; but by what authority do your state officials proclaim that the railroads are earning too much and that rates should be reduced? "The Santa Fe has been forced into a publicity campaign to give to the public its side of the controversy. The campaign has been regarded with favor by the people because it is educational." Have you seen Snookums? Ardoin's pig sausage, a great winner. Masonic Emblems. Snyder Jewelry Co. NEXT TRADE EXCURSION TO BE IX DECEMBER Plans for the next trade excurs'on to be given by El Paso merchants were discussed Thursday night and it was decided to arrange It for the first wcik in December. Bob Page was selected as advertising manager and will begin an active campaign within a few daj'3. For doin's. breakfast salt mackerel. Ar- MEAT DEPT., BELL PHONE 865 Nice Young Turkeys, Hens and Friers Home made pork sausage, per lb IDC Eveiyfching in the meat line and of tie very, best Kansas City meats. Extra nice cranberries, 2 qts. for Extra fine large red moun tain apples, 4 lbs. lor 5c Bellflower apples, C 4 ibs. for &DC The Blue Eibbon flour has no equal in Ei Paso. 48-Jb. sack tf j gf only PJL43D 24-lb. sack Q F only , OOC 8 3-4 lb. sack corn meal ty g for DC Xew pink beans, 3 lbs. for Xew navy beans, 3 lbs. for Xew lima beans, 3 lbs. for Xew full bead rice, 3 lbs. for Xew comb honey, 2 for ." . Aunt Jemima nancake flour 25c 25c 5c c per nksr IvC Xew Ralston's buckwheat es w flour. 2 pkgs. for UC Xew Ealston's pancake flour O 2 pkg:-.. for 3C 5-lbrsack Ealston's pure P buckwheat for J t HERE IS A REMEDY THAT WILL CURE ECZEMA "WE PROVE IT." Why waste time and money experi menting with greasy salves and lotions, trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the Knob lauon Drug Co. Drug Store guarantees ZEMO, a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble? One ap plication will relieve the itching and often times one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema. ZEMO is sold by druggists every where and in El Paso by Knoblauch Drug Co., and they will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean, simple treatment. ZEMO and ZEMO soap are recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema, pimples, dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on Infant or grown person. Will you try ZEMO and ZEMO soap on our recqm- mendation and guarantee of satisfac tion or your money back? Knoblauch Drug Co. Drug Store, XOTTCE 'A'O RECEPTION COMMITTEE All persons having been named by organizations to represent those or ganizations on the reception committee for the formal opening of the Fair who have not received their badges and letters of instructions as to where to meet, eta, are requested to call at sec retary Rich's office in the Crawford theater building this afternoon or even ing or tomorrow morning for badges. Special cars will convey the delegates to the fair grounds, leaving the Mills street side of San Jacinto Plaza at "-JO oclock aturdajI morning. The uckUKCt ii"iu jj t'G ucicia.LCi will LKJ badges worn by toe delegates will be recognized by the conductors of the cars and by gatemen at the fair grounds. Welcome visitors. Snyder Jewelry Co. Who on earth Is Snookums? Welcome visitors. Snyder Jewelry Co. FOTJR-TEAR-OIiTJ BLIND BOY TRAVELING ALONE. A 4yearold Mexican boy arrived at the union station Wednesday evening on- the Santa Fe, having traveled all the way from Albuquerque alone. The little fellow id blind and vis on his way to Alamogordo to enter the Insti tution for the blind there. Wednes day night he was taken home by one of the Harvey house porters. Snookums is coming! Watch Repairing. Snyder Jewelry Co. TO BE SHELDON'S CHIEF CLERK. Frank Langan, who learned the hotel business in El Paso, arrived Fri day morning from Chihuahua, where he has been three years as clerk of the Palacio hotel, to be chief clerk of the new Sheldon. A banquet in his honor was given Thursday in the Mexican city by his friends. A gold watch was L given him. Snookums is coming! Welcome visitors. Snyder Jewelry Co. Thomas F. ,Cole, of the Cole-Ryan mining interests, passed through the city Wednesday evening, coming from New York to inspect properties at Blsbee and other places in the south west. Welcome visitors. Snyder Jewelry Co. Snookims is coming! I Watch Repairing. Snyder Jewelry Co. Y I No. 5 Till il SATURDAY Our special sale tomorrow offers an unusual opportunity to men who appreciate a saving on high grade furnishings. The items mentioned here are, for the most part, things that men are continually buying, so by attending this sale tomorrow they can supply their needs for a long time to come and at prices far below what they would ordinarily have to pay. 4H 35c Men's A fine line of men's sample half hose in plain colors, fancy stripes and neat em broidery effects with a com plete variety of the latest patterns to chCQjse from. Eegular 35c values, special PHOENIX MUFFLERS 35c VALUES 22c These splendid Phoenix Mufflers for both men and women are offered at this price just when you need them most. These mufflers sell 'regularly at 35c. Our price for tomor- QA row only is uuC HOSE SUPPORTERS 25c VALUES 18c Ladies' hose supporters made of the best quality of elastic. These supporters sell usually at 25c and are well worth it. Special for tomorrow q onlv 15C MATTICE-BUSH CO. ot your heating and plumb ing estimates. Our Eepair service is prompt and re liable. 109 N". Campbell. Bell 956; Auto 2356 ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Of?3c ESTABLISHED 1SSB. D. "W. Reckhxet, E .JL, Proprietor. Agent for Ore Shippers Assays and Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined and Reported Upon, bullion Work a Specialty. p Q Bqx Office and Laboratory: Cor. San Francisco &. CUbnabsa Sis. EL PASO. TEXAS. Custom Assay Office CRITCHETT & FERGUSON, Successor to Hughes & Crltchett. Assayers, Chemists, Metallurgists. Agents for Ore Shippers. 322 San Francisco St. Phono 32i TRY EL PASOAJTS ON SMUGGLING CHARGE Roswell, X. M., Oct. 28. Robert E. Nix and Jesus Valdeverde of El Paso, Tex., are being tried here on a charge of smuggling Chinese from Juarez, Mex., to El Paso. Onlj' two of the seven Chinamen have been held as witnesses, five of them having been deported immediate ly after their arrest. Edward M. Fink, who was arrested in connection with the same case, is now in Mexico. Snookums is coming! New stock new store visit us. Snyder Jewelry Co. Frank Pearce, traveling storekeeper of the American Smelting and Refining company, with headquarters at Aguas Calientes, Mexico, is in El Paso. Snookums is coming! Watch Repairing. Snyder Jewelry Co.! I Value arvXpslvr) MEN'S DRESS NEGLIGEE SHIRTS $1.25 VALUES 79c A special purchase of 40 dozen of these fine negligee shirts at a great sacrifice ensibles u to offer them to cur friends and the general public at a price far be- LJnw what you would have to pay for idp'nme -.m eis?wnpre. iney come in thecbaT, styles with plain and pleated bosoms. biz5a -Xlm 1" to 18. A large variety of patterns' J select from. A positive ?1.25 value, special, 7Qr tomorrow tw (Limited 2 to a customer) SILK WAISTS $5.50 and $6.00 Values $3.98 Taffeta and mes saline waists in new rich plaid and solid colors, strict ly tailored models. Regular $5.50 and $6.00 values; spe cial 219-221 S. El Paso Street &eX& SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Corned Beef, per pound .. Veal Stew, per -pound .. 10c c THREE EXTRA SPECIALS Fancy Home Dressed Hens on sale Saturday only, per pound "... Loin Steak, IP Pork Sausage, per pound iO'i H. O. SCHNSEDER a THE PIONEER MARKET OF EL PASO" Bell 893 107 3. E APPEALS BOARD WORK NEARS END The city council, sitting as a board of appeals, will conclude its labors this week, according to the expectation of mayor C. E. Kelly, who Is presiding. The protests of large property owners are now being considered, and it is stated that but few reductions are be ing allowed. Judge Cox, of Houston, representing the G. H. railway, appeared before the board and asked for a rating lower than 5900,000, The request, according 3fw 35c Men's Neckwear 19c Men's silk neckwear in. all the new fall patterns. Can. be hadin plain patterns or with the popular stripe ef fects in an endless variety. Regular 35c values; special for (tomor row 19c BOYS' SUITS $3.50 and $4.00 Vahies $2.89 Made in double breasted, style with one and. two pairs -55j--ckerbocker pants, in cashmeffc ani worsteds. Regular 5C-50 and $4.00 values,. " 0 OQ special X LADIES' VEILS $1.25 VALUES 89c Fine soft chiffon veils with wide hemstitched border all around, 2 yards long and 1 yard wide, in every shade. Regular 1.25 QfS value OUC Mail Orders Promptly Attended To TV h y tolerate inferior meats, delayed deliveries and excessive prices wnen we can satisfy you on all these points'? A trial is all that is necessary to convince you that you should buy here. Chuck Roast, per -pound Chuck Steak, 3 pounds for 25c 25c 20c 10c per pound . Paso Auto 1014 lu ia.yor .tveny. was denied. The prop erty of the G. H. railway company in the city is assessed at $900,000. Watch Repairing. Snyder Jewelry Co, The quicker a cold is gotten rid of th less the danger from pneumonia and other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. L. Hall, of Waverly, Va.. says: "I firmly believe Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy to be absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds. I have recom mended it to my friends and thev all i . i agree with met" For sale by all dealers.