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Selections from "Lohengrin3 "Madame Butterfly3
"Mignon3' and e'Traviata3 by the following artists:
Gadski, Farrar, Melba, Van Rooy, DeLussan,
Scotti, Plancon and Joumet.
THURSDAY EVENING, 7:30 QCLOCK
NOTE Bring: Your Request IVumlicr.s.
W. G. Walz Company
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AND FRESH FIELD. GARDEN AM) FLOWER
CALL ON OR
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THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
W& W SB IBB .Kk. &1 W
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II Paso Trunk Factory S
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IH THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L- Douglas shoes for the
TJart six. yecrs, and always find they are far
superior to all other hlsn srrade shoes instyle,
comfort and durability." W. G. JCNE3.
H9 Hcivard Ave.. Udca. N. Y.
If I could take yea into my Issrgc fac
tories at Brockion, Mass., and chow you
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
caade,yoa would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, irear longer, aad
re of greater value than any other make. '
CA.T7TI OST-See that W. U Donglie name and price
is stamped on the bottom. Tulie Ao Ntiltltute.
It your dealer cannot fit you wiih W IPonplas shoes,
vmte lor Mn.fl Oraer Catalog. W. IDonglas, Broctton,
-Iii' TOT. SAIS 3X
221 San Antonio St.
An Inhalation for
IGomhs, Golds, GatarrhA
Em c.??. Fl?fife?ejiswi? I
Cresewne i uu -
noes it not weamoro effective to breathe In .a I
rracdy for diseases of tho breatniac. orgu u-
State tho remedy Into the Etomach?
-B "Til . wu tho dr. rendered
scrface irfSi every Dream, .LYvV. tTti7
PCnStant treatment. AS U amrixaimaamt jiii 1 1
jrftfe raau cciiarea.
Por Irritated throat
there is nothing better
Send gc in postage
for sample bottle.
Send postal for Se
i TP-Creelene C
350 i niton atreet,
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I'redHces tldck, lKzerlaat fealr Trfecs all
atfaer remedLe fall. We ffuarsHtea
Daadcriae. jllll DruCKlts, 25c, 5c u
Si, r ei th A with 10c (wtjuapu mr
allrer) far a iVrjre tre- asyle.
KKOVLTN DAJVDER1XE CO,
gfc,i . m Till--
203 El Paso Street
Automobile Tires, Tubes asd Sundries
CBAIGr, O'DONNELL & CO.
General Agents i
Chamber of Commerce Building
Bags and Suit Cases
epaired and exchanged.
Opposite postoffice, across
Plaza. TeL 1054; Auto 1965-
, Train Bulletin.
Rock Island train No. 3, The Golden
State limited, due at 5:40 p. m., is re
ported 25 minutes late. All ether after
' .noon and night trains are reported on
Dr. Starker, 31S-31j Caples Bldg.
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
j ear, nose and throat.
Smelter Officials Here.
E. L. Newhonse, W- S. Morse, and Karl
Eilers, members of the executive com
imttee of the American Smelting and
Tffiiiinsr comnanv. were In El Paso
j yesterday on a tour of inspection and
left last night for Chihuahua.
Plenty of nice wholesome Lenten food
at Jackson's, phone 353.
Drs. arnRruaer and 35apes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
This is the very best butter on the
market. You have never really tasted
butter at its very best unless you have
partaken of Fedgwick creamery butter.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Leeture Called Off.
The illustrated lecture on "Missionary
"Work In Africa," scheduled for St.
Clement's church Wednesday evening,
haa been postponed.
Last Day of Service.
Thursday will be the last day of ser
vices for suits to be filed in the dis
trict and county courts for the forth
coming term. .
Sunflbwer eggs are ideal eggs for
breakfast or any other meal, as they
1 are just as fresh as the hen can pro
duce them. Jackson's. Phone 353.
C X,. BSIIinjrton. 705 Magoffin. Tel. 1489
painting, paperhanging. decorating.
Our delicatessen department Is fur
nishing many a fine lunch these days.
Jackson's, phone 353.
Suit on Xotew.
The Texas Glass and Paint company
has filed suit against L. TV TTnffArv..T.
in the district court to recover $2600 i
aiiegea to do aue on notes.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, skin,
urinary and rectal diseases,
rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples BIdg
Offkie Cocoanut Cream Bar, 15 Cents.
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 25 cents a pound Cocoanut cream
bar for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Gets Anjrry in Court.
New York, N. Y., Feb. 22 When
counsel for the receiver for J. M. Fiske
& Co. tried to tangle him up in book
keeping .intricacies at a hearing of the
Fiske & Co. bankruptcy proceedings.
An attack or the grip is often fol
lowed by a persistent cough, which to
many proves a great annoyance. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex
tensively used and with good success
for the relief and cure of this cough.
Many cases have been cured after all
other remedies had failed. Sold by all
1 t -S
JOCKEYS WILL SOGET
PACK THEIR TRUNKS
! Beginning of the End of the
First Season in Ciudad
While many people the country over
are celebrating "Washing-ton's birthday
( by eating- cherry pies and several of
' tho stores aro distributing- George
Washington or Carrie Nation paper
hatchets to the rising generation, the j
jockeys in Juarez prepared to pack
their trunks, tie up their saddles and
hike for thj Golden "West
Today Is the beginning of the end
of the first season of racing at the
Juarez track. The fragrant odor of the
California flowers is in their nostrils
and the Juar-ez track races will soon be
thing of history.
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j.ne ouarez derby is to De run next
ounaay, mis oeing the star event or the
season of 90 days shortened by several
days of snow and sleet.
First race, 3 furlongs Stepfather
won; Kathryn Gardner second; Lady
Lews third. Time, :38.
Second race, 5 "4 furlongs, selling
Green Lawn won; The Ram second;
Jessica third. Time, 1:12 3-5.
Third race, 5 furlongs, selling Tal
low Dip won; Annie Donahue second;
Virginia Maid third. Time, 1:05 2-5.
Fourth race, 6 furfongs, selling Ale
con won; Confessor second; Tackle
third. Time, 1:19 3-5.
Fifth race, selling, 7 furlongs War
ner Grlswell won; Elizabethan second;
Pirate third. Time, 1:314-5.
Sixth race, 7 furlongs, selling Tamar
won; Cassowary second; Merpeth third.
First race, 3 furlongs, selling
won; Nitta second; Soon third
Second race, futurity course, selling j
Ampedo won; Duke of Milan second;
Biased third. Time, 1:12.
Third race, futurity course, selling
Roy Junior won; Preston second; Dr.
Douehertv third. Timei 1:11 2-5. '
Fourth race, one mile, purse Ros- I
slairo won; Inclement second; Raleigh i
tnira. Time, l:4l 3-o. j
Fifth race, 1 1-16 miles, selling i
French Cook won; Hidden Hand sec
ond; Tom O'Malley third. Time, 1:4S 3-5.
Sixth race, 6 furlongs, selling Beda
won; Metropolitan second; Elodla B.
third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
First race, 6 furlongs, selling Lord
j Nelson won; DeKalb second; Anderson j
third. Time, 1:15 4-5. J
Second race, 6 furlongs, selling Ben
Double won; Sally Preston second;
Judge Cabaniss third. Time, 1:14 3-5.
Third race. 5 furlongs Carroll
I won: Milton B. second; Alfred the Great
third. Time, 1:0S.
Fourth race, 7 furlongs, purse Royal
Onyx won; Pantoufle second; Roj-al
Captive third. Time, 1:29.
Fifth race, selling, mile and 70 yards
Otillo won; Joe Rose second; Lecom
nets third. Time, 1:46 1-5.
Sixth race. 11-16 miles, selling Rag
man Tvon; Hooray second; Woolstone
third. Time. 1:49 2-5.
COMING FROMQUANAH TO ROSVELL
EL PASO'S DIRECTION
Quanah, Texas, Feb. 22 Notices have
been given to the newspapers for pub
lication for president Sam Lazarus, of
the Quanah, Acme & Pacific Railway,
looking to the extension of the road
through the counties of Cottle, Motley,
Dickins, Crosby, Floyd. Hale, Lamb,
Lubbock, Hockley, Cochran, Bailey,
Lynn, Terry and Yoakum to the New
Mexico territorial line, thence into Ros
well. As required by law, such notice
has to appear 60 days before such
construction work may begin. Notice
has also been given of the annual meet
ing of the stockholders of the road, to
occur at Quanah, April 19, for the pur
pose of electing a new "board of direc
tors and issuing $500,000 additional
stock; also notice to deliver its first
i mortgage on Its, proposed extension
from Quanah by the way of Paducah to
New Mexico, and for the further pur
pose of issuing bonds at the rate of
$30,000 per mile on tho completed line,
about 44 miles, from Quanah to Padu
cah. The preliminary survey from Padu-
cah, the present southwestern terminus,
James R. ICeene, manager of the two j
Hocking coal stock pools, grew angry. I
ine commission ruled that Keene must
furnish the names and addresses of
those for whom he bought stock. He
declined to do so, and when the com
mission insisted he said he could not
Special, ladles purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Dr Cameron, Dentist, ror reliable den
tistry, reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. "Work guaranteed.
Cocoanut Cream Bar, 15 Cents.
Thursday only, we will sell our de
licious 25 cents a pound Cocoanut cream
bar for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drag Co.
Drs. Iagruder and Mapes, dentists,
"We don't work for negToes.
Drs. Masroder and BInpcs, aentists.
Better Than the Next Best.
Sedgwick creamery butter is so much
better than tne next best that it comes
in the finest package ever devised for
keeping butter sweet and clean from
the churn to you.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Acquitted of Burglary.
In the 34th district court Monday aft
ernoon, Guadalupe Calderon, charged
with burglarj', was acquitted.
Some mighty nice fresh picked straw
berries these days at Jackson's. Phone
Chicago, 111., Feb. 22. Samuel Eberly
Gross of Chicago, who accuses Edmond
Rostand of Pans of plagiarism, has
cabled to the French academy denounc
ing Rostand as a "literary thief." He
'MiRrQTirR PH$ Flii If
ySl Si L LP I I Lib HflLl H HLL '
Eahahn Bests Campo and
Rockier Throws Preston
It wasn't a part of the show, but it
was a good fall just the same. Rahaim,
the Turk, had just finished wiping up
the perfectly clean mat with one
Campo. billed as "champion of Spain
aml Mexico," when Phil Garry, El Paso
wrestler who was holding the clock,
slipped in his chair on the slippery
floor and fell head over appetite.
It wasn't on the bills, but it was the
best part of the first half of the
wrestling show carded at Fraternal
Brotherhood hall last night. The two
jit men opened the bill, and from the
start it was seen that Rahaim, who
looks looks like a world's fail camel
driver, had it all over the son of sunny
Spain. It wasn't exactly jiu jltsu, as
the referee explained, but there was
plenty of tumbling with the Turk as
the tumbler and the Don as the ball. 'In
the fourth round the Latin tapped on
his bay window and it was all over but
the shoutin' and mighty little of that.
Preston Downed Tiviee.
But when big Leo Rockier stepped
into the ring with Bennie Preston, a
strong arm artist showing at a local
theater, there were great hopes an'
with good cause. Although Rockier,
fresh from Mexican victories, out
weighed the little -strong man, and out-,
wrestled him too, it was a good go to
the very end. The kid was as slippery
as a water snake and the big fellow
puffed hard before the end of the first
round. Finally Preston laid down to a
nicelj placed half Nelson after 11 min
utes of go.
It wan hard work for Rockier to
down his man in the second and last
ero. He worked hard, and the little
chap rolled out of his long arms many
times. A body hold laid Preston flat in j
10 minutes, and as the going was best
two in three catch catch, that ended it.
fc " 7. . rn, M"'"- "Tc o"
-T-C-Cabney. The ring and mat were ;
PVa mn f nhAC? loot -r rr-V - T-rvrt ?- vaA
wtu uuni ttiiu iubiu were plenty ui.
j empty seats. But Cabney says he is not
discouraged and will put on another
Profeiilonal Wants 3Iatch.
It happened yesterday that Jack
Donovan, a professional -wrestler from
Salt Lake City, blew in town. Jack
taught young Preston -what he knows
of Tnat play, and was put on for the
evening as Teferee. Now Jack Is
carded as a light-heavy-weight, and
he and Rockier, who is in the heavy
class, had their eyes on each other from
the start. Before the final bout Dono
van told who he was and raad sono
remarks abaufc belngjiwilling. Rpckler
got up and said he wa it. Th'otwo
may meet Feb. 24, when Cabney says he
will put on another show. Both Rock
ier and Donovan look as though they
would meet all comers and follow all
to Roswell and Fl Pvo wa nn1f
T?lthJ: :::rld I6 Vrri
O-'"'- v.-ww 4l.t, CfciAt t.lk.Xl.
sent to the fiscal agents at St. Louis
for approval. The officials have not
given out which towns the road will
run through, and thero is much specu
lation. Matador, in Motley county, of
which it is the county seat, is making
a hard effort to secure the road, as
against Afton, also in Motley county.
It is said Matador has offered $100,000
bonus for the road. This is a very
large bonus for such a small town, and
is even in excess of the sum paid by
Paducah, which was considered one of
the largest bonuses ever paid in Texas
for a new railroad. Quanah paid, right
of way considered, about $60,000, but
tna contract called for general offices,
roundhouses and 'division here.
"While it Is not known exactly which
towns are to secure the road, it is
known that the extension westward to
Roswell is going to be pushed to com
pletion as rapidly as possible, with a
view of getting the line into the New
Mexico city by Jan. 1, 1911, or the sum-
mer of that year anyhow.
charges that Rostand plagiarized from
the "Merchant of Cornvllle," . for
A delicious raccoon supper, cooked
by an old Kentucky negro, will be
served at the Old Kentucky Home bar
free, 108 Broadway, this evening at 7
oclc-ck. Everybody come. Bob Glenn,
Prop., El Paso, Texas.
Lest ire forget let's keep our money
at home and still get the.. best. Globe
You'll find fresh lettuce, celery and
many other green vegetables at Jack
son's. Phone 353.
Attention, Knights of Columun..
You are requested to meet at the
undertaking parlors of Peak & Lvons
tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 6
oolock to escort the remains of Bro.
Harrjr Smith to the depot.
T. E. Morgan,
George R. LeBaron, F. S.
R. B. Bias Fuel Co.
Wood, coal, feeu.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell 849; Auto. 1849.
Globe Fluur, best by test,
and the payroll in El Paso.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital. Stanton and Wyoming
The Flavor Xeier Varies.
It's just as easy to stipulate Chase
& Sanborn's Seal Brand when vou order
coffee, and it dispenses with all possible i
risk of disssitisfaction. You can al- I
ways rely on cnase & Sanborn's Seal
Brand coffee being delicious. It's fla
vor never varies.
Jnekhon's Sanitary Grocery,
Globe Flour, best Dy test.
nd the payroll In tsi Poaa
JIAREK JOCKEY CLL'B.
7tli Day, "Wednesday, Feb. "3.
First race, selling, six furlongs Sam
Webb. 9S; El Perfecto. 100; Alarmed,
100; Delf. 102; OdJ Rose. 102; Tipster,
IrtJ- PlmrlPB Pnv 1 ftT.
Second race, selling, seven furlongs I
i Minnie Bright. 100; Miss Vigilant. "100;
Virginia Lindsey, 105; Mollie Bonn, i
105: Melton Cloth. 107; Sunline, 107; Tod
107; J. J. jr. 107; Grover W.. 107; San- !
guine. 110; Restitution, 110; Appro-;
bate. 110. j
Third race, selling, twoyearolds. four
furlongs Lodestone, 92; Cat. 94;
Rampant, "96; Juarez. 100; Brave With- ,
er. 102; Candy Kid, 103; Miss Brunette, I
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs ;
Glen Helen. 92 (J. R. Wainwright) Al .
Muller. 95; Sugar Maid. So; Col. Bob,
103; Meddling Hannah, 107; Marehmo
net. 112; Sevenful, 115. (
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs aan
tronia. -96; Howard Pearson. 101;
Ethel Day, M02, Hardlyson. 103; Gladys
Louise. 105; Don Hamilton. 106; Bar
ney Oldfield. 107; Florence Myers. 10S;
Beau Man. 109. J
Sixth race, selling, one mile Plume.
93; Lista. 98; Mrs. Nugent. 103; Nib-
lick. 105; Hancock, 105; Bon Ton, 109; i
Gerrymander, 109. I
QUITS RACES WITH
LOSS OF 200,000 i
Colonel Chinn, Celebrated American, to
Sell String Goes to France
Jacksonville, Fin.. Feb. 22. Racing at
Moncrief was completely overshadowed
by the announcement of H. T. Chinn of
Lexington. Ky., to the effect that he
would sell his string of thoroughbreds
here March 5 at public auction. Col.
Chinn, In speaking of his intended dis
posal says that he and his connections
were more than $200,000 loser, and the t
present chaotic condition of the Amer
ican turf has decided him to cast his lot
.. v'.r. a
The first half of a series of 30 games
for the individual championship of the
city was played on the Y. M. C. A.
alleys last night. The other 15 games
wiu be run off at Ft. Bliss Thursday
night Last ni ht A- w Houck WQn
ght. Last night A. . Houck won
over Reuben Sukerman by 84 pins with
eight games each, the card being as fol
lows: 1 2 3 4 5 C T
JIOUQK lSU 1U1 lOi 133 14 16i loO t
Sukerman 145 1G5 172 1CS 137 1S6 18S
8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
193 149 '15S 165 1G4 14S 176 1SS 2521
157 154 160 175 167 132 13S 194 2437
Margin 84 pins.
Jeff at Lio AiiReles.
Los Angeles, Cal.. Feb. 21. Friends of
big Jim Jef frier do not know him. he
looks so well. James J. has returned
after a long absence and is in the pink,
it is said. After a hunting trip he will
select quarters near San Francisco.
. lies! wc J'orjjet lera kep our money
I linma onil .jt-ni -t V. hu t- r57rVi
FT. WORTH FIRS DOES
New Delaware Hotel Endan- i
gered Dry Goods Stock
I Ft. Worth, Tex.. Feb. 22. Fire origin-
i atlng in Coblin's art store, on Houston
' street, this morning caused a loss of
j $50,000. The buildings occupied by the
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completely gutted and the con-
tflTi1 HDCtrn-Of( t
v..wj v.v. , v.. I
For a while the blaze endangered the 1
j new seven story Delaware hotel ad- j
j joining. It is believed the fire started
in tno paints ana ous. '
From the Great Play of the Same Name by
Joseph Medill Patterson and Harriet Ford
Bartelmy raised his hand deprecat
ingly. Drand. however, drew a deep
breath and went resolutely ou. He
spoke to both the fcirl and the judge.
"Judith, if at the cost of ray life L
could spare you. this grief I would do
it gladly. But even that would do no
good. You would always despise me
for failing when my test came and al
ways despise yourself for having caus
ed me to fail. Can't you see you and I
are nothing in all thist The individual
docs not exist, only the cause. Judge
Bartelmy, that story goes to press." he
cried, raising his eyes to meet those of
Bartelmy saw that he had played
his last card. It was his highes
trump, but it had failed to win. What
Judith could not do he surely, under
the existing circumstances, could not
do. Nolan, the only man who could
save him if he would, had gone, he
knew not where.
And it was now press time. All wa?
over. Bartelmy rook a single step to
ward his daughter.
'Brand, that story is my obituary,'
he said In low tones.
"Oh, no." was the response in sad
dened voice. "Men like you don't fin
ish that way. You'll have about six
hours, judge, before that story is reat
by the public."
Judith, too. was ready (o admit that
her last and culminating effort had
been in vain.. Wearied and unstrung,
she raised herself from the fatal form
that was to besmirch the name and
the father that had been her source of
pride. She crossed over toward her
father, who stood silent and despair-
$8.00 Values For $6.50
THIS season a very strong feature in the
Suit Section is extra quality Skirts at
$6.50. We show dozens of styles
at this price in the plain tailored
effects and dressy styles. The
materials are fancy worsteds,
panama and serge in all colors
and all sizes. Skirts ot, quality
usually sold for $S.50 we price at
A splendid line of Separate Skirts is also
shown, in voile, novelty worsted, diagonal
serx?, panama; prunella ami every sort of
suitaible material in black and the new colors.
Unusually handsome styles are shown in the
new Tunic and the tarlormade styles. Some
ately braided. The price range is from $4.98
are plain, some pleated and others are elabcr
NOW SHOWING THE WHITE LINEN
AND WASHABLE SKJS FOR SUMMER.
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National Commander v an
Sant Names ' Col John
McElror as Successor.
"Washington, D. C, Feb. 22. Col.
John McElroy, publisher of the Na
tional Tribune, father of Mrs. H. D.
Slater, of El Paso,j Tesas, has been en
dorsed by national commander Samuel
R. Van Sant as his successor to head
the G. A. R.
If Col.' AIcElroy is elected head of the
nriml T-mi- nf tho rprmhli at Atlantic
City next September it will mean the
national headquarters will be located in
ints City. ilie urjjUJXiy;;i.iiMi la vjuuhjuccvl
-jt nnnrt .. .1 !,.,. (fin '
01 ouuu posts, reproiinut; auuui iuv, x
i Commander Van Sant has left the
j national capital for St. Cloud, Fla..
j where the National, Tribune has estab
j lished a colony for old soldiers. He
I wilf be joined there by a 'committee
j consisting of Col. John HcElroy, past
commander John R. King, past com-
mander H. M. Nevius, Henry A. John
son and commissi
James L. Davenport.
TRAVEL OVER GOC -I7LE2
TO SEE HAMILTON FLY
Traveling over 600 miles to see i
Charles K. Hamilton, the bird man. In
his "iS'us uerc, .juhu luwmjre ana
Hamilton's success with the aeroplane
anu ilia i.unuciiui lliiiillliuu gllUC lt2
attracting great attention throughout '
nnA V., cm -n -. 1 A w .t t "UnmllfH 1Ma"
thv country. While in El Paso. Mr. and
Mrs. Mclntyre are stooping at the
NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R.
(Continued from Yesterday.)
"Six 7wurj?. did yofi say, Mr. Brand?1'
ingly in the shada-- of one of the lino
"Goodby, Wheeler. I am going out
of your life forevfcr. I am sorry it had
to end like this-iall our plans, all our
The thought ofi the happy moments
that she had s ent with Whppior.
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Dnll.tr Tat "KVH 09 T?nnmi-;'r.r v.
j election of officers this afternoon, the
Methodist Laymen s conference will
close. It is conceded that president
Pepper and secretary Stubb will ba re
elected. Bishop E. Hoss was one of
tha principal speakers today.
If troubled with indigestion, consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give
: Chamberlain's Stomach ana Liver Tab-
lets a trial and yoa will be pleased with
t the result. These tablets invigorate the
I stomach and liver and strengthen the
; digestion, sold by an druggists.
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lellr'frotn tubes) J
vrill not bnmor smart Ilfce douche or
Fpray, ssd is aromatic, soothing, pleasant.
r-iH clear yoar bead instantly. Breaks up
cold ia a few hours cares all tonus of catarrh.
Ask Yght Braggist
Oar free sninnlepro-. es onrcaaraiiteed clalins based oa
experiences of bu crs of oxer 10.CCO.000 tabes. Applied
directly to tho ra-w surfaces IS plTes Instant relict. Th
pleasantest. pr.rest aad most dellshtf ul remedy fcaowa.
contains threes tlsea cs much as tho 25c tube. 96,(Wd
drnjjslsts sell both aad havo free camples or wrlta
KcHdcs Mlg. Cc Mismcapolls, Mina.
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P 1 WBtin&Sral wijRfWHHI
Copyright, 1909, by Joseph Medfll Patter
son and Harriet Ford
j building air castles for their future
when they would be man and wife.
i rame over her. It swept down the
wall of reserve aud determination with
which she had deeaied it necessary to
surround herself. She halted and
gazed steadfastly into her father's
face. Slowly she raised her hands and
pressed then: against her cheeks as
tbonga horror stricken. Then she
turned, rushed impulsively back to
Wheeler Brand, and. bending tensely
toward Mm. sde searched his strong
young face as best her tear dimmed
eyes would let her. He returned ner
Judge Bartelmy saw the girl's strug
gle to decide between the father who
had dishonored ner name and the
lover who meant a life of happiness,
purity, success and inspiration. He
was wise enough in the ways of the
world to know that again was Brand
to prove a victor over him.
The girl stood immovable a moment.
Then she extended her arm toward
her lover. Judith Bartelmy had made
FALLS 30 FEET AD
IS XOT INJURED.
It wasn't that Juan Reyes
tried aviation without any
wings, but anyway he fell
nearly 30 feet from the roof of
the El Paso Ice and refrlg-
erator plant yesterday. Srange-
ly the man was uninjured ex-
" cept for a few bruises in spite
of the big drop. He was re-
& pairing some pipe on the roof.