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10 WodncFdav, June 12, 1912 Some Delicacies that are out c the ordinary at prices so that every body can try them. As Usual Our Guarantee Goes With Everything Here Mentioned. Asparagus Corn Griffin & Skelley Co.' full sire, Jackson's Sanitary Corn, some- 2 1-2 lb. cans Asparagus, regular tfcisg good, better than most 30 cent grade, Ofl store sell, 5C- can itPC Scans DC Tomatoes Peas We are still selling our Best Some more of those delicious Standard Tomatoes, ey P Early June Peas, Of 3 cans uuC 2 cans -fciOC OPTIMO OLIVE OIL . This i the finest olive oH in the worM, put up in France under our directions. Just received a big importation from Bordeaux, France. Bottles 35c, 65c, $1.0C. Quart Can $1.25; 1-2 Gal. Can $2.00; Gal. Can $3.75. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery REBELS HOLD UP CATTLE SHIPMENT Phone 353 105 El Paso St. GABY ECLIPSED BY A NEW PARISIAN DANCER (By ATsXS DALE.) PARIS, France, June 12. There's a new and grandiosely gorgeous "girl" in Paris, and. with the fickle Parisians. I succumbed to her fa&cinations at the l-'ohes Marigny.-Her ... me is Mado-Minty, and she is on the fcjme bill as Gaby Deslys. Regine Fttory and other pulchritudinously perfect ones, and makes them all look like 39 ct nts just because she can't help it. The odd thing about Mado-AUnty is that, in clothes, you do not perceive her beauty immediately. Evidently she knows that ditto the management for her first two performances are not tlotlies incumbered. She rose superior to them, as women have done before her Mado-JIinty is dark, oxcyed and peculiar as to her face. She wears an odd smile perpetually, with a sort of curled upper lip. that aHvcs her a cyni cal expression, as though she were say ing. "You poor old things, do jou sup- f pose I care for your It is her form that is the sensation. Compared with her, the lines of An nette Kellermann are crude, and inar tistic. In the review at the Folic Ma ngn, Mado-Minty appears first as Sa lome, in a tableau called "The Ceramic A all of Tanagra," and she 'wears plen ty of jewels. One strip of diamonds across a bare back gites an odd effect Surrounded by girls in thin terra cotta draperies. Mado-Minty does a Sa lome dance that doesn't matter a bit, sccpt as a vehicle to display her flcx it lc grace. Never for a moment is there vulgarity or the slightest sug gestion in the sinuous movements of the ever smiling Mado. With an or dinary wooden hoop she poses, and peacocks, and prinks! Always with that wierdly cynical smile on the curled upper lip. Of course. Salome has been done to death; one has wearied of her; her charm (if she ever had any) Is gone, but the dance gives unique opportuni ties for beauty that is not merely fa cial. I suppose that in the United States Mado-Minty would be obliged to respect the sartorial proprieties a little more fully with a few fleshings, et cetera. All that, however, can be ar ranged later on. Her next appearance was made as a black Harlequin, in nothing but a thin, tight, black lace suit. This .was the "last cry" in oddity. The skintight black lace suit was blocked out in squares, and the effect was most ec centric Mado-Minty did a regulation Harlequin dance, and was as lively as she had been languorous before. The beauty of her form 'was still evidential; that of her face was less so. Possibly nobody would have looked twice at her features. Yet the dance was compelling and really beautiful. You know all rumor to the contrary they will not stand for raw vulgarity in Paris. Many flannel-voiced vaudeville women dad from the chin to the heels, are infinite ly more vulgar than Mado-Minty in one "thickness" of black lace. Lastly, she appeared in a yachting costume of white and red this time fully clothed! She danced and piroutted, and did stunts 'with oars, and always smiled that tired smile, in which no mirth lurked. Really a strange wom an, to whom a picture does no justice. Hunt Seeks Aid of American Consul and Shipment Is Released. A shipment of 1859 head of Terrazas cattle belong to C. F. Hunt, of tins city, came near being confiscated bj the rebel leaders in Juarez Tuesda afternoon, and it was not until Amer ican consul Thomas Edwards had been brought into the case, and it was threatened to turn the cattle over tc h.m, that the rebel leaders allowed the shipment to be exported. The cattle h-il already been paid for and the war tax of a peso and a half a head on tie cattle, together With the freight, had been paid by Mr. Hunt. The cattle arrived in the city Tues day afternoon from Gallego, whe'e they had been loaded. As soon as they came into the city Col. Pascual Orozco ordered that the cattle be held as tbe war tax had not been paid. CoL Hunt claims that the war tax-iial been paid earlier in the week while in Chihuahua, and he showed his receipts from the rebel leaders there. Then the rebels said that the tax yould have to be I paid again, and that the cattle belongeo to lerrazas and Hunt naa no Dusiness in exporting them. Hunt then showed a contract where he bad bought 44.000 head from Terrazas and had been guar anteed the safe exportation from Mex ico of the cattle. The rebels thought that Hunt was simply the agent of the Terrazas family, instead of being the owner of the cattle. It was then that the American consul was sought in the case and Hunt noti fied CoL Pascual Orozco that if he was not allowed to move the cattle on the papers he had, that he would turn them over to the care of consul Edwards. The rebel leader then permitted the exportation to be made, about S oclock Tuesday night. Mr. Hunt intends to export the re mainder of the Terrazas cattle called for in his contract despite the little affair which occurred in Juarez Tues day. On Thursday 1800 head will be loaded at Gallego and brought to El Paso. There are still 31,000 head of Terrazas cattle to he moved by the El Paso Livestock and Commission com pany. Cattle From Arizona. L. 3. Booker received 800 head vi cattle from Arizona Wednesday morn ing. The cattle came through the Union stockyards and will be shipped to the north. Ships to Montana.' G. W. Frieles has made a lstrge ship ment of Mexican cattle obtained in th s section to Montana for grazing purposes. FLAG DAY WILL BE OBSERVED IN EL PASO Flag day, Friday, June 14, will be ap propriately celebrated with a band con cert and patriotic address in Cleveland wiuare. Tbe flag day celebration will be nnder the auspices of the Daughters of the Kevolutiou. The 22nd infantry band has been loaned by Col. D. A. Frederioks and ill si ve a patriotic concert from 7:30 to 830 p. m. Judge A. S. J. Evlar Trill deliver the flag day oration from tbe j .j a i j : 1.1.- i rA 1 wiuu &uuiu uurius me concert mier mission. The business men are re quested to pat out the flags on all buildings Friday in observance of flag dav. The Elks will also observe flag dqv Friday evening at tbe Elks' dub on Mvrtle avenue. A program is being arranged by exalted ruler V. V. Bridg ets which will include patriotic songs and an oration. One hundred porch columns and caps. What will you give for them? Mo rea sonable offer rejected. Lander Lumber Co. No I More I Collar E Troub!es I The latest machine for finishing the popular turn-down collar is now in operation in our plant The outer portion of a collar is separated from the band so that a space is moulded between, mak ing a natural and ample tie space, permitting free slippage of the necktie. This is the only method by which collars are turned, with out cracking. A trial will con vince you that our work is su perior. Give us a trial and be convinced. Phone 2177. Elite Laundry Sanitary and Fireproof 412-414 S. Oregon St. ews Brevities T ,1 II Trjiln Bulletin. Train No. J. tbe uuiuen State lim ited, due at 3:50 p. m., from the east, is reported lo arrive at 9:20 p. m.. El EI Paso & Southwestern train No. 33, due at 7.40 p. m. from the east, will arrive at 9:45 p. m.; Santa. Fe train No. S15, due at 6:10 p. m.. is reported to be 30 minutes late. All other trains am reported on time Wednesday afternoon and evening. N Look for the yellow wagon when you want baggage moved quick. Phone 1 or 1001. Let Wright dye for you. We have persuaded the Company to break an I rule and permit us, fc time, to advertise esal Shoe bound e first th 1 JC-J&xtl JLj AT CUT price: Regular $3.50 Regal Shoes Regular $4.00 Regal Shoes Regular $4.50 Regal Shoes Regular $5.00 Regal Shoes 4yOO $315 $Q65 $395 This announcement tells such a good economy story, today, as has rarely been matched. Good fortune has come our way, some by chance, much more because we "went after it in a masterful, compelling way. Regal Shoes are the best-known and largest-advertised make of shoes m the country, aad are recognized as the greatest shoe-values in 'the world at the Tegular Regal prices. You can understand, then, what wonderful shoe-bargains they are at these reduced prices. And you can prove these bargains because the regular price is branded on the bottom of everp Regal Shoe at the factory. Every Regal Shoe in this sale k thk seasons model, perfect imevery respect There is not a pair of "second," "shelf-worn" or "damaged" shoes in the lot. Regal quarter-sizes offer you double the usual number of shoe-fittings aad the range of sizes in this sale k com plete. Regal quality and -workmanship are standard. You cannot afford to miss thk great opportunity and you cannot afford to delay your visit to our store. These great shoe-bargains will be quickly snapped up. 9 'wts&S' Dr. J. If. PaSct, dentist. 51-502 Roberts-Banner Bldg., phone 1850. Seelalixt Speaker Coming. Boris Iienstein. a New York Social ist speaker, will be here on Thursday, June 13. to speak before the Socialists of 1 Paso on matters of interest to tbe Socialist believers. Goes To Sick Mother. Following the receipt of a telegram to the effect that his aged mother was seriously ill. Pete CandelaVia. clerk of the corporation court, left El Paso Tuesday forYsleta. Mexican Herald on Sale at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com plete and reliable news of what hap pens in Mexico. The regular quarterly meeting of the El Paso fire department will be held Thursday evening, June 13, at 8 oclock. Ed Kneezell, President; J. B. Badger, Secretary. Bv Great Tan Shoe Sale Bf Closes Saturday, June 15th A jBl All Ladies' Tan Oxfords. IH, 91 Strap Slippers or Pumps,. No IB IrI Matter What Style or Price, at IB Ten Per Cent Reduction m vftHlb!$k. frit a aTrsrsM1 ST0Pf JfflKm BHw 203 Mesa. 4StF ' Boy Fr IS i orn The Horn eplot Co. Chinamen to Appeal. Woo Chee Guey and Wong Hop vol untarily accepted deportation orders before United States commissioner G. B. Oliver Tuesday afternoon and will appeal their cases to the higher courts. When you want real first class hack service, phone 1 or 1001. For houe .Trlrlng and fixtures see the National Telegrapnone and Supply Company, 317 Mills street. Pilling in Chuck' Holes. Chnck holes in Texas street east of Cotton avenue are being filled up. This road is extensively used by automo bilists in preference to Magoffin ave nue, where the famous corduroy paving is laid. The city street and grade de partment is making the repairs, using caliche for the purpose. 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; 301 West Missouri street. Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 Bl Paso street T. & r. To Use Motor Cars. The Texas & Pacific railway company on Tuesday began its motor car serv ice betwen Mineral Wells and Dallas. Four touring- cars will meet all passen ger trains, cutting down time In mak ing the overland journey. El Paso Is now 24 hours from Mineral Wells, by the train and auto car route. CHOICEST TRACTS IN VICINITY OF DEWING to $100.00 Per Acre SMALL CASH PAYMENTS BALANCE ON TIME Better than a savings bank better than life insurance better than any other form form of investment. It grows while you sleep. Values increase, and it's easy money. vrb-- Homeplots in the vicinity of Deming are ideal for homes A dozen houses are being built now on this property, and a dozen ten-acre tracts will be in cultiva tion before the end of the season. Ten acres is enough to make you independent if you handle it right. You won't buy from anyone else when you see our prop erty. It is nearest town; water conditions are ideal; the soil is superb. Come and let us show you this property. If you can't come write us about it. We are closing deals by mail every little while. Don't wait for further increase in price. Y N0W--GET CHOICE STUFF GET IT CHEAP :-: :-: :-: PLOT COMPANY MAHONEY BUILDING DEMING, NEW MEXICO ment In California by amending the state constitution was fileVl here yes terday. Petitions are in circulation in every county in the state seeking to have the initiative measure voted on at the general election on Nov. 5. Dr. 'tfcttle Satterlee. osteopath S03 American Bank Bldg.. phones 141. 3 4 S3. Dr. Cameron, dentist, 38 Mesa Ave. We can accommodate a few more antos in our garage. Longwell's. Dr. Jaralesen. diseases of kidneys, bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg. Dr. R. jr. Rntllff. dentist. Sue. to Drs. Paget & RatlKr, 204-5-6 Caples Bldg. Killed In Runaway. Pueblo CTnln June 12. A thunder -storm frightened the horses of L. W. KanaaiL. a wealthy rancner, no was driving to his home near Under Cliffe and he was thrown out of the wagon and killed a roar wheel passed over ' his neck. He was married and 60 years I eld. You'll Find This Smart Regal Style In This Sale 3K.' D MWWM We Close at 6 p. m Excepting Saturday. 229 San Antonio 105 Mesa Ave. Dr. K. D. Gnrrett, diseases of the stom ach and intestines, 516-518 Mills Bldg. Dr. Bbcrt, dentist, 216-218 Mills Bldg. Dr. ReblnMon, diseases of children. removed to 211-212 Koberts-Banner. Has -Xot Named Xlxon's Successor. Reno. Nev June 12- In answer to the information that it was reported that he had appointed a successor to the late senator George S. Mxon, gov ernor Oddie stated: " Ypu may sy have not made an appointment and will not say when the appointment will be made." . , Plenty of room In our big warehouse to store vour auto this summer while you are away. Small insurance, tons well's, phone 1 or 101. Hae ur electrical work done by the old roh.ible Texas Blectricnl Supply Co., 119 N. Stanton St. Both phones. May Vliollih Cnpltnl Punishment. Sacrarrxnto. Calif . June 12 The first p. t'tion to invoke the inltiativ for the ruryost. cf, uUulislnrjs capital iunisa- Prorapt Hack Ser Ice. Pomerjqrvacks are at the barn, hitched.1 awaffing your call. Phones, Bell, TO1-2444; Auto. l5r-2444. Bey Suicides. Lafayette, Colo.. June 12. With the same revolver with which his father committed suicide six years ago. Ben jamin Parks, 19 years old. a helper at the Burlington freight house here, com mitted suicide by shooting himself In the forehead. His body was found yesterday in the freight house where he worked. Ft. Bliss, Texas, June 12 1912. Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received unUl 11 oclock a. nu. June 24, 1912. and then opened, for furnishing material and labor and sinking two six-inch tubular deep wells at the target range. 30 miles north of Ft- Bliss, Texas. Also for- furnishing and installing pumps, windmills, gasoline engines, etc In formation furnished on application. En velopes containing proposals to be en dorata, proposals for sinking tubular deeptfflifa." And addressed to the Con strmiH&aartermaster. sHbVc' BeaHre of Trash. TliililTfjMilii 1 1 il by the city sanitary departMnft ' since tbe institution of cleanuinfiy! June 3. Tuesday night was stacked in a huge pile on the old dump ing ground In the lower section of the city and burneU A large quantity of ashes, and scarred bed springs re main as evidence -of the rubbish picke-3 up by the city wajrons in the effort uj make El Paso t& original spotless town These ashes.- it was stated would probably be taken to the city disposal plant. Dr. Gerber. 318 Mills Bldg., diseases of women, and rectal diseases. Wall paper at cost for next 30 days. A. Uolding. 110 South Stanton street. "M little son had a very severe cold. I was recommended to try Chamber lain's Couzh Remedy, and before a small hottle was finished " was as well as ever." writes Mrs. H. Silks. 29 Dowling Mreet. Sydney. Australia. This remedy is for sale by all dealers. That is "rSBISi Sun Proof ' oigj That's the only kind to use in this climate. That's the only kind we sell. We are Southwestern Distributors for PATTON'S SUN PROOF PAINTS and Patton's Sole Proof Floor Coatings We've an attractive proposition on an opening stock of paint. Write for it. EL PASO SASH & DOOR CO. "We Ship From El Pax" -- ' ' - ", Z - . - , ANNUAL G. H. EXCURSION . TO CL0UDCR0GT SATURDAY The annual excursion to doadcroft over the G. H. & S. A. will be on next Saturday. Low rates will be in effect from all points on tbe G. H. to the moun tain resort by way of the El Paso 4 Southwestern. Get jour tr 'nks. suitcases and grips I at Sol I. Berg's. ' Carpet "tveepera If you want the best, buy Bissell's uall bearing. S3 to S4.50. Laurie Hardware Co. W.W. TURNEY APPOINTED DELEGATE TO SALT LAKE CITY W. W. Turney has bee anointed bv governor Colquitt as a delegate from El Visa county to the Trans-Mississippi Commercial congress at Sa! Lake Citv August 27 and 30. The best summer furnishings at Sol I. Berg's. Water Coolers. Laurie Hardware Co., S09 Mills Street. '