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EL PASO HERALD
1 2 Friday, July. 28, 1911. ii.. . i.i..t' Genuine Valley Cantaloupes Grown From Fine Rockyford Seed Prom now on we will have our own "Valley Canta , loupes. These Cantaloupes are grown from the ' finest Bockyford seed, and are sweet and deli cious. They range in price according to size 3 for 25c 4 for 25c 5 for 25c VALLEY WATERMELONS We have She finest Watermelons ever seen in El Paso, fresh from the vine every morning and ice cold. 1 1-2 Cents Per Pound. BURBANK PLUMS These Plums are grown in the mountains of New Mexico, where fruit is famous for flavor and qual ity. One of the best Plums known for preserving and making Plum Butter. They are large, meaty, with very small seed. 3 Pounds for 25c. BARTLETT PEARS The most delicious Pear for preserving, pound. .5c Mountain Park 'Cherries, pound : 12c Pine Peaches, all kinds at low prices. Presh Yalley Com, per dozen 25c Mexican Limes, per dozen :. 20c Mexican Aguacates, 4 for '. 25c ID, v f " 1 I w k w M m IV JHL'I ll iL.'B "5 lB M Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. jTOMORROWk ml Is the Last Saturday of A MRaus Mit 'Emm 1 Shoe Sale I S) 6MATER A PASO'S IMm mm rruZ yaffATEsrsHossTofist Mmw Jk 203 Mesa Kp THIRTY RURALES GO SOUTH FROM JUAREZ Will Maintain Order in the Small Towns of North ern Chihuahua. Thirty Vurales from the garrison of Ctudad Juarez, the first to be dis patched as garrisons for the small towns of northern Chihuahua since Gen. Blanco undertook the reorganiza tion of this force in that part of the state, left over the National railways for Villa Ahumada Thursday morning. The men .will .remain at Villa Ahumada permanently, but can be recalled at any time in case of necessity. H. D. Durkee, general secretary of the local T. M. C. A., returned ,FrI day afternoon over the Golden State, after a month's vacation at Lake Ge neva, Wis. GERMANS LEAVING INTERIOR OF MEXICO Eight or ten German residents and their families, from the interior of Mex ico, arrive In Ciudad Juarez every even ing over the National railways. The Germans are leaving Mexico, some un til the country becomes more settled, and others permanently, claiming they fear a repetition of the Puebla affair. The people are bringing" all of their portable possessions with xthem and are settling in different parts of the southwest. They say that Mexico, in the interior of the country, Is any thing but tranquil, and think It Is best for foreigners to get out of the republic for a while. Lester L.eaaer and Jimmie Rogers have returned from Ocean Park and other California coast resorts, where they have heen spending a vacation. G. W. Sherman, dining car inspec tor for the Rock Island, arrived in the city on Thursday. There Are Several Reasons For the Supreme Goodness of And For Its Superiority Over Ordinary Baker's Bread YJJRSTz Only the highest grade ingredients are used in the mixing. SECOND: It is haked in modern ovens tinder unapproachable sanitary conditions. THIRD: Only the highest class bakers in the business are employed in our shops. FOURTH: It leaves our ovens wrapped in dust and germ proof waxed paper, retaining all its nutritious qualities. If you happen to be one of the few who have never tried BUSTER BROWN, order a couple of loaves from your grocer. You'll never go back to eating ordinary bread after one trial. MADE BY FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. BAKING COMPANY N ews Brevities Dr. R. D. Robinson, diseases of chil dren and orthopedic surgery, 700 Mesa. "Wanted for TJ. S. Army, ablebodied unmarried men between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who j;an speak, read and write the English language. For information apply to Recruiting Officer, Coles Building, El Paso, Texas. Three Suits Filed. Three suits were filed Friday morn ing in the office of the district clerk. In the 41st district count W. E. Pow ers vs. J. W. Beckwith, et als, suit for damages, and El Paso Grain Co. vs. J. W. Beckwith et ais, suit for dam ages were filed. Ed "Woods filed suit for divorce from Mary "Woods in the 34th district court. Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary. Dr. Ira "W. Collins, physician In chief: Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr. Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians, 201 W. Missouri street. Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach and Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg. Wreck Delays SouthvresterH. A freight wreck at the 23 mile post on the Southwestern, delayed number 1, due to arrive from the east at 6:38 a, m., about" four hours. The Inn Bar, Caples Bldg Main entrance. Old Tarr whisky. Pltealra varalshes sold by Henry Mohr, 309 South El Paso. O. I. Blllln&ton, 705 Magoffin. Tel. 1489, painting, paperhanging, decorating Spanish Actors Here. The De La Vega Spanish opera corn pan', composed of 30 people, 124 tfunks and four floats of scenery, has cleared port here and will give a series of classical Spanish performances In a local theater. The company came di rect from .Mexico City and the trunks and scenery weo brought Into the country In bond through the custom house. I i Removal Sale Saturday Shopping List Saturday Saturday Sale of Hosiery 59c LISLE HOSE 30c Gauze lisle hose, in plain and embroi dered styles, in black and all colors, worth to 59c pair; special Satur day 30c MEN'S 25c HOSE 2 PAIR FOR 35c Odds and ends in men's good quality hose, black gauze and silk lisle, em broidered 'black cotton and black cot ton with white sole. Worth to 25c per pair; Saturday Special 2 pair for . 35c 40c AND 50c LACE HOSE 3 PAIR FOR $1.00. Black lace lisle hose, allover and lace boot styles, sella regularly for 40c and 50c a pair; Saturday Special 3 pair for $1.00 CHILDREN'S FANCY SOCKS A hig assortment of fancy lisle fin ished cotton socks, "both light and dark effects, regular prices 25c and 35c per pair; Extra Special 2 pair for 35c Dainty Undermuslins Saturday Specials Jfew Trail paper 7e single roll House painting, paper hanging. C. H. Williams, 515 S. El Paso. St Dr. Pearoe, Osteopathic Physician, moved offices to Roberts-Banner Bldg. Turkish and Shower baths at the Gem. j Plumbing: Discussed. The fire and water committee of the city council met Friday morning to discuss the changing of the plumbing ordinance, but took no definite action as all the information necessary had not yet been compiled. . Dr. Urmston, moved to Mills building. Dr. Deady moved to Trust Bldg. We Paint a carriage, 5; Autos, $0 22? South Stanton street. Charsred With Forgery. J. E. McLean1 was arrested Thursday night and lodged In the, city jail on the charge of forgery. It is alleged that McLean secured $1 on a $4 check on which the name of his sisterinlaw, Mrs. Mary E. Lyons, had been signed. Saturday Closing. We desire to inform our patrons that our store will close Saturdays at noon. EI Paso Piano Co. Cor. Myrtle and Campbell Sts. Mexican Iterald as Sal At Ward's Pharmacy In El Paso. Com plete and reliable news of what bappeni In Mexico. Find Missing- Girl's Body. San Francisco, Cal., July 28. The Search for Miss May Gertrude Ilg, whose disappearance from her home in San Francisco, July 17, gave indica tions of developing into a mystery as baffling as that of the case of Dorothy Arnold, has ended by the finding ol the body of the young woman on Peb ble Beach, one and one-half miles north of. Bollnas, Cal., late yesterday. The body bore no marks of violence and the cause of the girl's disappearance still is unexplained. $3.50 garments $1.69 A nice assortment of corset covers, drawers, combination garments, skirts, princess slips and gowns, Made of cambric and longcloth and trimmed with lace and embroidery. Regular prices to $3.50 per garment; Extra Saturday Special d- ?Q $5.00 Garments2.38 Beautifully made garments 3kirits, gowns and combinations. Materials are longcldth and cambric, dainty trimming of lace jand embroidery. Values to $5.00 per garment; Sat urday Extra &0 OQ Special pfOO EXTRA! EXTRA! $1.25 Silk Hose 96c A good quality summer weight silk hose, with lisle sole and garter top, comes in all colors in cluding black and white, regular price ( $1.25 pair; Extra Special tomorrow . OC Annex Saturday Specials Toilet Articles Specials Regular 5c bottles of Pure Vaseline 3c Regular 35c Etrbberset Tooth Brushes 26c Regular 50c bottles of 4711 Toilet "Water, all odors, 36c Regular 35c Bristle TTafr Brushes with rosewood back 24c Sylvan Talcum Powder, san dalwood, carnation, violet and lilac odors, regular price 15c a can; Saturday Spe cial 9c or 3 cans for 25c 121-2c HOSE 3 PAIR 25c Women's summer weight lisle finished cotton hose, in tan and black, made with double heels, toes and soles and hemmed tops, regular 12 l-2c grade; Saturday Special ty f 3 pair f W 95c BOLTS BIRDSEYE COTTON 79c Extra quality birdseye cotton. 24 -lTwihoa fTTMrln zvmoa in "1 ft-troTl Knife VV-O ..V-, V. X W J. WW, regular price 95c; Extra Special tomorrow (2 bolts to a customer.) 12 1-2c LAWN AND BATISTE 7 1-2c Lawns and batistes, in dainty pat terns, will make pretty dresses and kimonos, sold formerly at 10c and '121-2c per yard; Extra SpeciaL tomorrow BOYS' 25c UNDERWEAR 18c Boys balbriggan color Porosknit shirts and drawers, shirts have short sleeves and drawers are knee length, regular price for this underwear 25c per garment; Saturday 1 Q C Special 79c 7'2C Annex Saturday Nighi Special LAWN WAISTS FOR 28c Women's sheer lawn waists, white grounds with black and colored checks and hairline stripes. These waists are made with square neck and the fashionable kimono sleeves. Come in all sizes and are worth to 50c; Extra Spe- OQ cial tomorrow evening OC Extra! Men's Wash Ties Worth 25c Each Special 2 for 25c A "lot of 50 dozen white fourJn-hand ties, full width and full 113 yards long, these are regular 25c ties; a seasonable special all day tomor row at 2 for 25c JSale of Neckwear One of the features for tomorrow is the sale of neckwear. Stylish neckwear Is offered, in a wide range of choice, at absolutely the lowest prices ever given in El Paso. All kinds of neckwear are included Dutch and other styles in collars, tailored and fancy stocks, every imaginable kind of jabot, including the side pleated and cascade effects, bows of all descriptions, coat sets and in the third lot yokes either with or without stock collar. Don't overlook the neck wear sale tomorrow. It enables you to supply all your neckwear needs at a big saving. Three special lots are offered, as noted LOT II Xeckwear that sells regular- LOT II. Xeckwear that sells regu- ly up to 35c; choice 1 A larly up to aoc each; t jj at iw choice 2 for LOT "HI. Xeckwear that sells regularly up to $1.25; choice at 25c Talcum Pow der 15c Williams', ilennen's and "SanitoF Talcum Powders, all are 25c values; Saturday Special all day 15c EXTRA! EXTRA! 35c bars of Perle Pure OKve 'Oil Gastile Soap; Extra Special tomorrow 20c Saturday Night Specials (7 to 9) The 25c bottles of Lambert's Iasterina 15c Half pound bars of 4711 Rose Glycerine Soap, sell regularly for 35c; Extra Special at 24 ;sc 23c Dr. Eberf, Dentist, 215-218 Mills Bldg. Why Pay More? Rosing sells for less fine clothing and furnishings. McKee frames picrares Sets glass. To Break Up All Trusts. New York, N. T., July 28. The de partment of justice Is planning imme diate prosecution of all trusts or monopolies which do not dissolve or take other steps to obey the Sherman anti-trust law as it has been inter preted in the Standard Oil, Tobacco and Powder trust cases. Attorney gen- "Baby Mine" This is the newest doll out. Comes both dressed and undressed. Regular price 35c; Offered as a Sat- Ogf urday Special at OC New Shetland Veils We have just received a new ship ment of the popular Shetland veils and offer them tomorrow at Removal Sale prices. Colors are white, cream, ecru and black. Come tomorrow and select a serviceable veil at an attrac tively reduce -price. Worth to $1.50; special at 98c Worth to $2.00; special at $1.45 Worth to ?2.50; special at $1.75 Saturday Ribbon Special We offer tomorrow & very unusual ribbon special. It comprises more than 175 pieces of plain satin and taffeta ribbons, also a few fancy ribbons. Every imaginable shade is offered, and widths are up to No. 200. This special will supply hair ribbons, neck ribbons, belts, ribbons for fanjywork rnd many other uses. Regular prices range Tip to 40c per yard; 1g Saturday Special, choice IwC EXTRA! EXTRA! 25c Summer Vests 16 Cents Women's mercerized lisle and fine gauze cotton vests, in a variety of styles with medium, and narrow shoul der straps, .worth to 25c; Saturday Extra Special 16 c Charge purchases made tomorrow will be placed on August Account. CaHsEerSs EXTRA! EXTRA! 35c Lisle Gloves 16 Cents Fine lisle gloves, wrist length with 2 clasps, come in tans, grays, black and white, regular B5c grade; Extra Special tomorrow at 16 eral "Wlckersham is authority for the statement. Dr. Cameron, Dentist, 228 Mesa &TS. Heliable destlstry, reasonable prices. 400 ALFRED BENJAMIN SUITS siXoo Values up to $30.00 For Honse Wiring anC rlxturo, se the National Telegraphone and Supply company, 317 Mills street. Monarchist invasion Delayed. Lisbon, Portugal. July 28. The mon archist Invasion of Portugal from the north to be followed by a peasant ris ing, which has been expected daily has not yet materialized. The provisional administration and financial interests are kept worried, not knowing the hour when the projected counter revo lution will begin. "Why Not Eat Chickens T We are receiving fresh stock daily and are selling fine spring chickens at $3.00 and ?4.00 a dozen. International Produce Co,. Fifth and Santa Fe. Woman Is Shot at Son's Grave. San Francisco, Cal., July 2S. Mrs. Iilllie Guggenheim, wife of Leon Gug genheim, president of an oil company, was shot and seriously wounded by an unknown man as she was placing flowers yon the grave of her son In a cemetery near this city. Her assailant grabbed her handbag and escaped. The ii SPECIAL SALE Something New Pecan Nuggets" A Pecan Filled Delicacy 25c lb. SATUEDAY ONLY Regular Price 50c lb. 0 Mandolin and Sweet Singers Concert Tuesday Evenings 8 to 10 mM fp Lengthen Life of Fence Posts T A30. bullet entered shoulder. Mrs. Guggenheim's TurUsa Baths, Ladies and gents. "White masseurs. 40S N. Oregon. Win 31. R. Rlos please communicate with postoffice Box 775, El Paso, Texas. Forest Fires In Idaho. Spokane, Wash., July 28. A serious forest fire is reported to have beea burning for 48 hours near Nelson, in northern Idaho, defying the efforts of a crew of 34 men to subdue it. Two lumbar camps are said to be threatened. Write us for price on Creosote and Antiseptine wood preservative. Tuttle Paiai QL Glass Co. fl Bell Phone 206. Auto Phone 1206 (L D. & M. BASEBALL GOODS Have a full line of GLOVES, BALLS, BATS, MASKS, &c. Also a nice assortment of TENNIS GOODS Shelton-Payne Arms Company H. F. Wright, M. D., D. O. (Doctor of Osteopathy). Herald Bldg. e! CONFECTIONERY C03IPAXY, C, S. PICKRELL, 3Igr. MONITION. Notice Is hereby given that there have been seized In this col lection district, for violation of the customs laws, one gray mare with Mex ican brand and- one bay colt without brand, which will be sold In front of the Custom House, El Paso, Texas, at 10 oclock a. m., August 5, 1911. Anyone claiming the same Is required to ap pear within the time prescribed by law. Alfred L. Sharpe, Collector of Customs. Carriers' Day. Tomorrow being the last Saturday of the month, The Herald carriers will present bills for the month of July. Subscribers will kindly note the above and be ready for the boys. Call .Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what you want. The Herald boy will collect ii See Hoffecker For Art Glass j Having purchased the stock and good will of the El Paso Art Glass Co., I am now prepared to do all kinds of art glass work and silvering. L. W. HOFFECKEE, 214 N. Stanton St. El Paso. Texas Herald Ads Pay , itb ithe next day.