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ID Sport and Classified Section Sport and Classified Section Friday, November Twenty-seventh, 1914. ThE 6rocmMarketBargain A DIME. SAVED IS A DIME MADE js Derjj. i unni 5-n.r-i -I4 I A III tfMlBvXJL J vrSS Zs ilY ..-7-" - . Stfki as SeJ tm u n nun '.v. r-z. tn r m 1 mi. JhU3km mSSSXmKfi 1 jam 233s5fr J&L .msZ&MM&F&B r.f2SSM. - -& II fc A JUNE MRS Si LinLECHANGElJAP TAKES SHOr CAUSE OF FIGHT LOCAL MARKETS AT ft BURGLAR Company Charges Street Car Company Has Put On the Big Opposition Autos. Six street car tickets for 25 cents mi ie5ult from the opposition of the Jltne and independent automobile serv ices to the street cars which haul passenRers for ve cents. The Jitne service started selling six ... .. .-.. or . MAn fter the cars ...., t tha streets. This is said I to hic led to lenKthy correspondence -w.th the home office of the Stone & Webster corporation In Boston b the local management regarding the new service and it is said that the pro posal to sell sir tickets for 26 cents, as is done in Detroit and many other citte. was considered. The street car officials deny that this is even bcinrr considered by the company. It Is also denied that the company has any con nection with the new independent auto cars which have been put into seriice recently to compete with the Jitne The Jitne people state positively that the big seven passenger cars now in service are in the pay of. the street car company and two of the dmers of such cars have told a Herald man that they were working for the street car comany. . , The Jitne service was extended to the race track Thursday and the pas sengers were being hauled there for -5 cents, including the bridge toll. A Juarez service, "including sight seeing cars, is also being considered by these public service cars, it is said A number of owners of Ford cars have put their cars into the nickel service, claiming tpai wiey ran ...-. good money in addition to the expense of operating the cars. Many of those cars do not run on a regular schedule and do not have any certain line to cover, but run to any pari ui mc v.i,. returning to the plazas as soon as they ave discharged their last passengers. In this way they have said to have de veloped serious opposition to the five cent machines which operate between fixed joints. HOTAIUAN -IIMSTKR rREACIT MADK IX KL PASO" SERMON Sunday will be Rotarian day at the Tlrst 1'resbi terian church, when Kev Charles L. 'overstreet, a member of the Hotar club, will preach his Made in Kl Piso" sermon to the members o the flub at the morning service Hi. subiect will be, "God-Made Men. the Makers of the Jest Things "Made in Kl Paso'" The Rotary club will intend in a body and. a special musical program will be given. CAItrtlEnS' DAY. Tomorrow being the last Satnrday In the month. Herald cnrrler will present Mil for November nnlmcrlptlons. Sub scribers will please uote and be ready for the boys. Little change was made in the mar ket list this week, the ory important one being the decrease in price of yard eggs, which now sell for SO cents per dozen. , .. ,, Fresh string and lima beans, which disappeared for a short time, are back again, the former being a valley pro duct, while the lima variety comes frtm California. , , . Red Emperor grapes have arrived to take the place of the malaga and Mo nica varieties All kinds of nuts, un shelled. with the exception of almonds, sell for 25 cents per pound. Fires at Man Trying to Bore Into Store; Woman Has Her Purse Snatched. Argo Konnehame, a Japanese grocer on Texas street, heard a burglar try ing to enter his store on the first floor of the building where he rooms. The burglars were boring a hole near the leck of the front door when the Jap anese grocer saw them. He fired two shots at them and they ran. leaving the brace and bit behind. . Mrs. H. Rubio was going, home Thursday night when a negro snatched her purse as she was passing along Texas street, in the 1100 block. Orturo cava was arrested by the po lice Thursday night in connection with the robberv of a carload of beans in the Santa Fe yards. Seven others have been detained by the police in connec tion with this case , Paul and Sam Dodge, two brothers employed in The Herald composing room, had their gold watches stolen from the dressing room of that depart ment Thursday. It is thought that the thief entered the dressing room while the men were at work in the composing room. . DEMOCRATIC CLUB TO MEET." The County" and City Democratic club will meet this evening in the Coles building for the regular weekly meet ing The membership committee will make'up a supplementary report on the now members. Other routine business will be transacted. Remember Clean coal and full weights mean fuel economy. R. C. Semple, successor Southwestern Fuel Co Phone 531. Advertisement. I EYSTER'S I C. 0. D. Grocery Co. (BREAD 3c A LOAF PIES FOR 3 CENTS Saving Prices on the Quality Kind of Table Supplies. GRANULATED SUGAR, 17 POUNDS $1.00 Blue Eibbon Mince Meat, 3 packages 25c Extra Fancy Pumpkin, per can 10c Seeded Raisins, 2 full pound packages 25c Fancy Halovic Dates,. 2 packages 25c Cranberries, quart ljjc Fancy Asparagus Tips, can . . 10c Shelled Walnuts, Almonds and Pecans, lb 60c Crystallized Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, lb. .25c Fancy Cooking Figs, lb 10c Cooking Apples, 7 pounds 25c Fancy California Lemons, dozen 20c Kansas Eggs, dozen '..'.' -30c Fancy Creamerv Butter, 2 lbs o5c DIAMOND M FLOUR 241b. Sack 85c 48 lb. sack S1.65 M BnlOIl gj JM1 W ''?H 109-111 S. Stanton St. Phones 2405 2424 SUGAR, 17 LBS GROCERY SPECIALS Spuds. 14 lbs for 25p Onions. 12 lbs for 25 Eggs, 3 dozen for. ..,. .Sjsl.lO Apples, by the box 1.15 Butter, 3 lbs for $1.10 Mexican Beans. '7 lbs for 25 Pork & Beans. 4 cans for Crackers, 6 pkgs. for. v Toilet Paper, 8 rolls for.. Matches, 7 boxes for... 3 cans String Beans for. 3 cans Corn for 3 can Peas for 25 Rice. 3 lbs. for 25 Macaroni, 4 pkgs. for. . . 25 Spaghetti, 4 pkgs. for.. 25 $ FOR 1.00 MEAT SPECIALS Stew Meat, 3 lbs for 25 6 Veal Stew, 2 lbs. for. . . . 25 Mutton Stew, 3 lbs. for. . 25 Shoulder Steak, 2 lbs. for 25 Rib Roast, a pound 16 T-Bone Steak, a pound.. 20 Loin Steak, a pound. . . . 20 Rump Roast, a pound. . . 15 Pork Chops, a pound... 22 Lamb- Chops, a pound. . . 15 Lamb Leg, a pound.... 15 Fresh Oysters, a pint... 25 Hams, whole, a pound.. 19 25 25 25 25 25 25 Bacon, by the strip 25 10 LBS. CRESCENT SHUKTtMMi x.xu 1 SACK OF FLOUR S5 On account of the low prices we are selling at, no orders less than $1.00 will be delivered. McMICKLE'S GROCERY 600 San Antonio St "The Clean Grocery." Phones 6190-6191 Quick Delivery. If you want something quick pnone us. eLMe Grocery Dept. . 4340 Meat Dept. . . 4346 Compare Our Prices and Quality With Others AVc do not give Trading Stamps, but give you the value in prices and quality. Below are prices on some of our goods.. No specials, but everyday prices. Blue Eibbon Butter, none better, per lb 2 lbs 75c. Blue Ribbon Eggs, strictly fresh, per doz. , 40c 40c 90c Blue Ribbon Flour, 24 lb. sacks Blue Ribbon Flour, -j fj j 48 lb. sacks P 1 i D Blue Ribbon Coffee, per lb 35c Fancy Grapes, per lb Fancy Florida Grape Fruit, 3 for Fancy Jonathan Apples, per box. . Fancy Spitsenburg d -j wp Apples, per box. . . J) X O Fancy Gano f1 f Apples, per box. .. P X tJ 10c 25c $1.75 Green Beans, 2 lbs Green Peas, 2 lbs Green Lima Beans, 2 lbs Extra Large Celery, 3 bunches Fancy Tomatoes, 3 lbs 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 2 lbs. Fancy Evapo rated Peaches 2 lbs. Fancy Evapo rated Prunes 2 lbs. Fancy Evapo rated Apples 2 lbs. Fancy Evapo rated Figs 2 lbs. Fancy Evapo rated Apricots Extra Large Pkg. Seedless Raisins , Extra Fancy Table Raisins, pkg Fancy Imp. Crystalb.ed f Cherries, lb UVC 25c 25c 25c 25c 35c 15c 20c Fancy Imp. Crystalized f f Pineapple, lb OUC Fancy Imp Crystalized , Fruits, assorted, lb. Fancy Orange and Lemon Peel, lb Fancy Citron, per lb Fancy Currants, 2 pkgs. for Fancy Seeded Raisins, per pkg Shell Pecans, Walnuts and Almonds, fresh,' lb. i 60c 25c 30c 25c 10c 70c Prizes For Five inners Quality and Cost Consid ered Select Prom To day's Advertisements. The Herald offers a dollar apiece for the fhe best dinner menus select ed from The Herald Market Page to lay. Dinners will be planned for a family of four. The '"composition" or oleasing selection of the menu will ;ourtt one-third, economy will count imc-third, and practical suggestions as to The Herald Market Page and its use will count one-third. Suggestions for the improvement of the page or for its use as a money-saver for house keepers are particularly wanted. All menus must be .mailed or hand ed in by Monday night to give the judges time for comparison. Awatds will be announced on ilie Market Bas ket Page of The Herald next Friday. Powell's Home Bakery 411 EAST BOULEVARD fl " v UA.VVTY CMMis 4 " VROfct J TUtUrUlniw " - Cti t rvwr 1 1 mnn as''-:ss--i il &.. ii. .ajfgF -rf PHONE 2801 Bread, Cakes and Pastries PROMPT DELIVERIES CHAS. C. POWELL. Prop. Wines and Liquors Special Prices on High Grade Stock Fine California Table Claret, gallon o5p Fine California Sweet Wines, gallon $1.00 Private Stock Whiskey, quart Sl.OO. gallon $3.50 Clearbrook Whiskey (Bottled mBond) quart $X.Z& gallon s.vu Did Stock California Brandy, quart. . . .$1.25 gallon. . . .4.00 We Carry a Full Line of Domestic and Imported Winei, Cordial and Liquors. MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. Lion Grocery Co. 109-1 II South Stanton Street, Phones 2405 and 2424. Fancy Imp. Swiss Cheese, per lb Fancy Imp. Roquefort Cheese, per lb.... Fancy Imp. Brick Cheese, per lb Fancy American Cream oe fhpflKe. Der lb OC Pimento Cheese, in jars, each ...... McLoren's Imperial On Cheese, jar 15c anI...ivC 45c 60c 25c 20c Heinz Sweet Pickles, per doz Heinz Dill Pickles, per doz Heinz Chow Chow, per pint Heinz Sweet Relish, perpint. - Heinz Mince Meat, per lb Heinz Sauerkraut, per lb 10c 20c 20c 25c 20c 5c Dnrkee's Salad Dress ing, picnic size Durkee's Salad Dress ing, medium size Durkee's Salad Dress ing, largS size Beechnut Peanut But ter, small size Beechnut Peanut But ter, medium sizeT Beechnut Peanut But- 10c 25c 45c 10c 15c 30c 25c 25c :25c 3 Large Cans Carna tion Milk 6 Small Cans Carna tion Milk 3 Cans Extra Standard i Tomatoes, Xo. 2 3 Cans Extra Standard OP Com, No. 2 OC 2 Cans Daisy Peas, QC Vo.2 uOC 3 10c pkgs. Kational Biscuit Co.'s Goods. . . . tcr, large size Quality the Best Prices the Lowest, ' EVERYTHING GUARANTEED. 25c H -' ' JJ RHHHHMtin. I ' "- ' I ASK FOR "President" "Ambassador" "Statesman" COFFEES For Sale at Your Grocer's. WESTERN COFFEE CO. Buy Your Groceries FROM Jackson-StandardGroceryCo. Phone 3532. :os- 10-212 Mill St. TVe Give Tradlnc BlnrntM." Herald Want Ads for results. RESOLVED, THAT IF YOU WANT A BIG, BRoWN, LUJCIoU-5 LOAF OF BREAD, BUY OUR BU-5TER BR'oWN BREAD. IT IJ MADE UPON HONOR AND OLD UPON MERIT. No BETTER WAJ EVER made; or can be made, THAN BUTTER BRoWN BREAD. BUY IT TODAY AND EVERY DAY. IOC THE LOAF. AT ALL GROCERY. uiiMiin if T i Ti Clean Milk From Dirty Dairies Is it possible? Certainly not. Dirt in milk is mostly manure. Nothing less. Nothing more. Good for fer tilizer but not for your stomachs. Now is a good time to visit tlie dairy that supplies you. Then come and sec ours. We know how. El Paso D; 'aso iairy THE CLEAN DAIRY. tO. Sirloin or Round Steaks, lt.....17!4c T-Bone Steaks, lb. '..20c Rib Roast, lb 15c U. S. Meat Market 2229 Magoffin Phone 2675. SPECIAL PIIICES TO BOARDIXG HOUSES. Cactus Messenger Service Phone Phone 4225 4206 PURE. SPARKLING, HEALTHFUL DISTILLED WATER El Paso Distilled Water Co PHONE 489 SANDERSON & CRIBDS Stnple and Fancy Groceries. Cor. Dakota and San Diego Stm. Phone 555G. Our rrocerles guaranteed. We not only want your orders, but your good will as well. We give you satisfac tion for every dollar you spend with us or money refunded. Try us for a square deal.- WHY NOT WALK A FEW STEPS FARTHER TO Mrs. Clark 's Cafeteria 307 HILLS ST. And get something GOOD to eat? Sure Enough Unmc Conklne. Honor Roll of El Paso's Pure Food Dispensers "Made in El Paso" Products Insist on purchasing Made-in-El Paso products. , ' "One is ,'greatlv surprised upon investigation to discover the large amount of food produced from our own home valley. One need nave no article of food on the table that is not made or grown in El Taso and still have a sumptuous repast. ' ' " Eor instance, the best meats, poultry, eggs, bread, butter, lard, milk, ice cream, cheese, candies, flowers, coffee, vegetables and rruits ot most varieties, flour,' macaroni, horseradish, fine lines of canned goods, ' . - etc.',-are made or grown in El Paso. ' There are no pure food products on earth that are superior to those grown- in the Rio Grande yalley. Every food merchant advertising in flic Herald today has "Made- ln-El Faso" goods. Patronize home producers netp jm jtciu keep the money at home. ' rrrrvvrr O4-"" PRESIDENT BRAND ASK YOUR GROCER AMBASSADOR BRAND STATESMAN BRAND Spanish and Mexican Dishes. CENTRAL CAFE Open from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m. Stanton & Second Streets. GEUBEIS Alta Vista Grocery We handle high grade staple and fancy Groceries. Fruits, Candle and Bakenr Goods. Pure products always found here. Cor. Hneco & Copia Sts. Phone StS. Weston 's Dairy Lunch NEW AND SANITARY. Ilot Cakca and Waffles any hour, day or night. 320 E. San Antonio. Phone 831. AMERICAN DAIRY We solicit your patronage on Pure Food Dairy Products. Milk. Butter. Cream and Cottage Cheese. Watch for the RED NECKED BOTTLES. Phone 402. We make a specialty ot milk for the baby. COFFEES HE KNOWS. McMickle Grocery 600 San Antonio St. Phone 6190. V. B. Government Inspected Meats and Best Groceries. RED CROSS DAIRY Phone 2669. The Purest of Milk, Cream Dairy Products. Your Patronage Solicited. and M. OPITZ 213 N. Stanton. Fresh and Cured Heats, Home Made Sausage, etc Delivery to all parts of the city. Phone 138. Those Who Sell Strictly Pwe Food Products Are urged-to take advantage of satisfactory results obtained by advertising in this section. Phone 453 or 116 for rates. Woodlawn Bottling Co. We solicit yonr patronage on high grade soft drinks. all Prompt Phone 306, and Efficient Service. S02 So. Florence St. Rio Grande Ice and Fuel Co. PURE DISTILLED WATER PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE. Pickwick Restaurant J. M. ERAK. Proprietor. Ladies' Dining Room 40S North Oregon Street. Regular Dinner, 11:30 a. m to 8 p. m. 35 Cents.