Newspaper Page Text
EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, March 24, 1910.
FORM IEW GLUB
Home Talent Play to be Pre
sented Two Ballteanis
Nogales, Ariz., March 24. The -women
of Noales have organized an auxiliary
to the Santa Cruz club -with officers as
Mrs. T Tr. Parsons, president: Mrs.
W. W. Carne', vice president: Mrs. A.
C. Kingley, secretary and treasurer.
Four women of the membership will
act as hostesses for each month pro
viding some diversion for the after
A farcical comedy entitled "What's
Next?" will be presented by home tal
ent on the Lyric stage, March 28, for
the benefit of the public school library.
The cast of characters follows:
Polly Poke ....Miss Ethel Doherty
Rose Madder .,..-. .Mrs. Maud Matthews
Gertie Gush... ..Miss Edith Mason
Mrs. Wallace.... Miss Margaret Hughes
Dr. Chas. Chintzer. .- Lu E. Koss
Moses Madder ..- ...- G. H. Madden
Phiness Poke;. ............ .....Zim Dawson
Seph Somers ..Ed Mix
Willy Willy ....Tom Tompson
Samantha Scroggs Hattie Aguirre
Archibald Smith ...Herbert Word
EH Heed Jack O'Keefe
Timothy Treuwith -Grover Marsteller
Mrs. F. Van Merrick, directress.
Those composing the quartet are:
Mrs. I. C. Dodge, Mrs. H. M. Claggett,
Mrs. George P. Jones, Mrs. lH. W. Kel
sey, A. H. Maiden, Ed Mix, Tom Tomp
son and T. J. Tonkin.
News has been received in Nogales of
the death of A. R, Zimmerman at Dai-
Has, who was for some time a resident of J
Nogales, being night dispatcher at the
Four hundred head of mules, another
section of the Grant Bros', outfit com
ing to the states, crossed the line at this
port and were dutiable to the amount
of $11,900. Six cars of the animals being
American and the remaining nine cars
Mexican mules, which were crossed un
der bond to Mexicala, lower California.
Anovio Salldo, of Alamos, and Miss
May Peck, daughter of councilman A.
Lu Peck, of Nogales, were united In mar
riage at the home of the bride's parents
by judge M. Marsteller.
The "Roy and TItcombs" and the
"Southern Pacifies" are two recently or
ganized jjaseball teams in Nogales. A
city league is proposed.
TUIiAROSA TO ISSUE
f " BONUS FOR SCECOOIi.
Tularosa, N. M-, March 24. At a
meetiing of the school board and .citizens
It was decided to issue $2500 bonds to
ward building a new schoolhouse.
M. O. Stacks has returned from the
Bismuth mine in the San Andreas. Mr.
Stacks had taken a loac to the mines,
some 75 miles from here and while wa
tering his horses one got away. He has
not succeeded in finding it
Mrs. A. E. Cochran and soar are here
from Lias Vegas, looking after prop
erty. J. F. Collins who has been seriously
311 for some time Is able to be out
The Junior Epworth league "will en
tertain the children with an Easter hunt
Sunday at Dr. Ltong's.
ALPINE PYTHIANS ORGANIZE.
Alpine. Tex.. March 24. A larere num
ber of the Knights of Pythias lodge met J
at the Woodmen's nail for the purpose
of organizing a lodge at this place.
There are a great many members here
and they expect to organize with a large
Scrofula disfigures and
causes life-long misery.
Children become strong
and -lively when given small
every day. The starved body
is fed; the swollen glands
healed, and the tainted blood
vitalized. Good food, fresh
air and Scott's Emulsion
'conquer scrofula and many
other blood diseases.
70S SiXB BY 1T.T. BECGGISTS
Send 30s., uaiae of paper and this ad. for oar
beastiinl Savings Bank and Child's Sketch
.Book. ach bank contains a Good Luck Penny.
SCOTT, & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, N. Y.
CC. the blood
VVM.-3 r ut Tz ffl
ing- current of electricity the entire day, which posi
ELECTROFODES are mailable. If yourdruszist cannot furnish them, sehd
as $1.00 and we win see that you are supplied. In ordering; state whether for lady
WESTERN ELECTR0POPE COMPANY
- LOS AKGELES,
ews of the Great Southwest
OFFICERS SEIZE .
Stock Held by Customs In
spector Revival Opens
aiarfa, Tex., March 24. While in the
central part of Pesldio county hunting
be"ef cattle, deputy sheriff Dave Jarnes
ran onto six fresh branded smuggled
horses. He took charge of the animals
and phoned for mounted inspector Tom
Perrine, -who has them In his possession.
Several Mexicans were arrested as sus
pects, but no evidence against theVi
uuuiu uc uuuiiiieu.
Mrs. James Stewart and daughter,
i iIiss Grace, and James Noble and Mrs.
v luiunua urieuu raum uvci uuiu run
Davis in Mrs. Gleim's auto. '
J limes Stewart has leased the Stewart
house at Fort Da ris to T. J. Durable, of
Will Murphy and Dave "Weae made
a trip- to Shatter in the latter s auto
mobile. Countj' judge W. W. vBogel has ap
pointed Dan Knight county commissioner
of precinct No. 4, to succeed J. D.
Rev. A. S. Carver, of Marfa will hold
Easter services In the Episcopal church
at Alpine next Sunday. There will also
be a cantata.
J. H. Hamilton has sold the Hamilton
cafe to J. W. Brantley, of Crowell,
Rev. J. J. Maurer, of Marfa, will hold
Easter services next Sunday at Ma
rathon. Rev. Perry Cross, evangelist from San
Antonio, began a two weeks' revival
meeting at the Christian church.
Counted inspectors Tom Perrine and
Lee Grigsby were here from Presidio
attending the preliminary trial of Man- -J
uel Sanchez on the charge of smuggling.
He pleaded guilty in commissioner Grif
fin's court, and his bond "was fixed at
Mrs. Mary Toung is a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Pool at their ranch near
The Marfa Manufacturing company Is
putting in an air compressor for auto- )
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swift have gone to
Saspanico. Tex., to reside permanently.
J. E. Swift, who was visiting here ac
companied them as far as San Antonio en
route home to Floresville.
Wiley Moore received a message from
Sierra Blanca that Mrs. Moore's mother,
Mrs- Fannie Lane, had relapsed from
a serious case of pneumonia and was not
expected to live.
SANTA ROSA TOWNSITE
TO IRRIGATE 30 ACRES.
Saarta Rosa N. M. March 24. The
townsite company is preparing to irri
gate about 30 acres east of the city.
A contract for water has been made
with the Baca estate.
Gus Stern manager of the Moise Bros."
mercantile house at Vaughn, spent the
day in this city.
Mrs. R. H. Brown is quite sick at
her home on Fifth street.
The local lodge of the Hoaern Wood
men of America will give a dance for
the benefit of the order Monday even
ing. A number of the friends of Rev. J.
I. Freeman very pleasantly surprised
him at his home, the occasion being
his 68 th birthday. Prof. Frank Morris,
in behalf of those present, presented
the. doctor -with a purse of 68 dimes.
During the evening a drawing contest.
In which Dr. J. F. Rudolph exceled,
furnished much amusement. Refresh
ments were served.
PREPARE FOR INSPECTION.
Tucumcari, X. M., March 24. An in
specting officer from the regular army
accompanied by adjutant general A. S.
Brooks, of the New Meslco National
guard, will be In Tucumcari on the
evening of April 4, to make the annual
Inspection of the local company. The
company will get an $18 appropriation
for each member present at the time
of inspection. The company is now
making preparations for the Inspection.
Chas. -McCray, of Clarendon, Texas,
is here on a deal to purchase the Tu
cumcari steam laundry.
Ellsworth Plumstead gave the last of
the series of lectures of the Midland
Lyceum rureau at the Presbyterian
A marriage license has been issued
to I. W. SIsler and Miss Mabel Stanley,
both of Sin Jon.
NEWS FROM NACO, ARIZ.
Nace, Ariz., March 24. Editor Cohen,
of the Sonora News, has returned to
The private car "Verde" was attach
ed to the westbound passenger of the
E. P. & S. W. railroad, containing W.
C. Greene and family.
The Copper Queen Mining company
is sinking a three compartment shaft
on the White Tall -Jeer, and is also
building a spur track connecting it with
the main line of the E. P. & S. W. The
shaft work is being dorfe by contract,
the Queen mining company furnishing
tools, powder, supplies and paying for
It by the foot.
You can try a pair of
S?rX TTTTPTV TA"VG
they f ail m cure Rfoey-
rnatism m any vorm
Nervous headaches and all nervous ail
r merits, or restore a crood circulation of
and make cold feet warm, they
vanic battery. The ac is worn in one shoe, the
copper in the other. The nerves themselves are the
connectinjr wires between the positive and nerauve.
a - .r.f tfi'bodv is fed a mild and sooth
TKr.a"Dinnp t oTTrn-p rT?
Railroad May Be Construct
ed Between Pecos and
Pecos, Tex., March 24. W. G. Trot
man, of Minneapolis, mayor Bodecker.
of Bowie, Tex., and T. J. Zank, of Sher
man, accompanied by M. Lu Swinehart,
secretary of the commercial club of Pe
cos, have returned from a trip of in
spection over the proposed line of rail
road, from Pecos to Fort Stockton.
Mr. Trotman, who represents a crowd
of northern capitalists expressed him
self as very favorably impressed with
' the route and the prospects x for ton
uage for the proposed road
The mileage between those two towns
is 51 miles, and the road would afford
a connection with the three roads now
running into Pecos, viz: the T. & P., the
banta Fe and the Pecos Valley South
' ern "with the Orient railroad projected
Into Fort Stockton from San Angelo
The country traversed is very fertile
with an abundance of shallow water,
and requires the construction of a" rail
road only, to make It develop rap
Idly. Pecos and Fort Stockton are both
county seats, surrounded by a rich irri
gated section and a rapidly Increasing
At an informal meeting held at Fort
Stockton, which was attended by the
commercial and land interests of that
locality, it was stated that a very lib
eral aid could be depended upon, as the
people were especially anxious to
have rail connection with Pecos, from
which place Fort Stockton receives all
AT VAUGHN. N. M.
Farmers -are Busy Getting in
Crops Vegetables Are
Vaughn, N. M., March 24. Dumas &
McMullen have located three more home
steaders. They are Ray W. Holt. Frank
Giles, Neal D. Holt, from Rutland, O.,
j.ii men ul minuies. j.ney nave sent lor
Since the rains spring planting has
begun in earnest. The farmers don't
seem a bit discouraged from last year's
drouth. Many of them have more
knowledge of the dry farming process
and intend cultivating along that line
the coming season. Kaffir corn seems
to be taking the lead with experimenters
Vegetables grown at Corona, N. M..
30 miles from here, and as nice as those
anywhere, are being peddled on Vaughn
Rev. E. C. Taylor, from Oklahoma, Is
here and to stay. The Baptists are try
ing to arrange for him to divide time
between the churches here and at Duran,
Miss Samary Ezzell has gone to Tem
ple, Tex., having been called to the bed
side of her father. Rev. S. R. Ezzell,
who is critically ill.
E. Romero, of Las Vegas, N. M., is
preparing to open a big lumber yard
Camilo & Chacon have established a
new barbership on Cedar street next
door to the restaurant-
Dr. J. W. Eatherton has gone to Eu
reka. Mo., where he will reside In the
Mrs. J. E. Jeffries has been called
to Kentucky on account of the illness
of her brother.
DEL RIO VICINITY
Congregationalists and Meli
orates Have Represen
Del Pvio. Texas, March 24. Rev. A.
Traudt, pastor of the German-Russian
Congregationalist church, of Denver,
and P. S. Warkentin. of Syracuse. Kan.,
have been In Del Rio for several days
inspecting the country about here with
a view of locating colonies of their
Rev. Mr. Traudt comes to Del Rio
with the reputation, probably, of hav
ing more to do with colonizing the
sugar beet lands of Colorado than any
other individual. The beet industry, it
seems, has not been so profitable of
late in that state and many of the
farmers are 'looking about for cheaper
lands in a milder climate.
Mr. Warkentin represents a colony
of Menonites, a peculiar, though very
thrifty, agricultural set of people.
Wherever a Menonite cotony is located
it can be set down as a fact thatgooa
land, and favorable conditions to pros
perity, are to be found.
These colonizers have spent some
time in investigating the Trevina es
tate across the Rio Grande from here.
They have thoroughly inspected the
soil, the water system, etc, and an
nounce that they are most favorably
impressed. They will further investi
gate conditions on this side of the river
relative to residence on the Mexican
side and will probably announce before
they leave for their homes that they
have decided to advise their respective J
peoples to locate in this section.
A committee of the Commercial club
met with these visitors and their host.
Dr. C. O. Toung, and talked over thor
oughly every phase of a possible resi
dence on the Irrigated lands on the
other side of the river.
AV03IAX TJICS SUDDEXLY
AT AITQ; NEW 3IEXICO.
Alto, N. M., March 24. Mrs. J. TV.
Sollers died very suddenlj'. She leaves
a husband and five small children. Her
rehmins were taken to Sayers, Okla
homa, for interment.
Mr Johnson, father of S. M. Johnson,
of Ruidoso, died of pneumonia at S
oclock after an illness of two weeks.
The Alto sawmill is now turning out
In the spelling contest between Alto
and Angus Alto came out victorious.
Miss Ula Gilmore t:as been visiting
her sister, Mrs.J. V. Tully at Glencoe.
Fred, Gerald, Geraldine and Jamie
Tully were up from Glencoe visiting
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Gilmore, merchant and postmaster.
TV. H. !Lane is sowing oats.
A CLOUDCROFX BOOSTER.
Leavenworth, Kans., March 22 1910.
Editor El Paso Herald:
I notice in a recent Herald discussion
of a sanitarium for babies at Cloudcroft.
Allow' me to say that that idea Is a
winner. There Is no better .place in the
"United States for the purpose. I sent my
own baby there in the summer of 1908:
she recovered" from a serious illness with
great rapidity. You have hold of a fine
scheme; push It along. "Very truly yours.
H. J. Stacey, M. D.
ILLS PUT DOWN
Crop Acreage to Be Doubled
This Year Steers Bring
Valentine, Texas, March 24. "Knox
Williams and C. F. Hawker are putting
down wells on their land north of
Farmers are all busy getting their
ground in shape after the rain. There
will be double the acreage planted this
yearpf any previous year.
W. H. Cleveland has sold 480 steers
from his Valentine ranch at ?38 a head,
which is the highest price ever paid in
Tho W. O. W. presented R. R- Young
blood with a gold chain to remind him
of his birthday. -
John H. McCutchen, representing The
El Paso Herald, is -.n -Valentine.
Operator J. F. Smith is taking a
week's vacation and will spend a part
of the -Cime in El Paso. He will be
relieved by H. W. Coate, of El Paso.
C. W. Peek, of Munday, Texas, was
In town looking after his town and
George Newton's little boy, who has
the measles, is Improving.
Paul Shanks is in El Paso, buying
for his new house which Is now un
Miss Ora Yowell and Lou C. Gillett
were visitors at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Evans. j
Russell S. Brooks and Henry G. Mc- j
Farlane are moving their camp from
the mountains to Valentine.
Miss Ophie Parker leaves Valentine
soon for the Ian Knight ranch, where
she will commence teaching school
April 1, and continue through the sum
mer. C. E. Conring is beautifying his home
and lawn by adding numerous new
shrubs and vines.
Dan Knight, accompanied by his lit
tle boy, came in from his river ranch
and went to El Paso, where the little
fellow will be examined by a specialist,
a growth having appeared on his up
per lip which is feared will prove fa
tal unless checked.
C. F. Reruns and tamlly are visiting
at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Bark Par
ker. EASTER SERVICES
"Knights Templar to Worship
Motorists to Im -
Alamogordo, N. M., Marcn 24. Easter
Sunday Rev. S. B. Callaway, pastor of
the First Baptist church, will conduct i
special services for the Knights Templar,
who will attend in full uniform. All
other Masonic bodies will attend.
Owing to the fact that there are now
a number of automobiles owned by
Alamogordo people, a movement is on
foot to put the White Sands road in
good shape for travel, which will be
done by private subscription.
Lee Glasscock with his new auto took
G. J. Wolfinger, TV. K. Stalcup and L
R. Hughes to El Paso, returning In the
A movement is on foot to start a fruit
canning factory for Alamogordo to be
$eady for operation by the fruit season.
It is argued that as more fruit is grown
hereabouts than can be market, that
a cannery will justif y the saving of fruit
for the market.
G. W. A. Latham has sold his Fres
nal canon ranrh to persons" who will
convert it into an apple and -strawberry
farm. Mr. Latham has located in Ala
mogordo for his future home. His
Fresnal ranh has long enjoyed the repu
tation for producing fine strawberries.
Buggy Is Overtimied Over
Cliff Sixteen yearold
Bisbee, Ariz.. March 24. Deputy
Frank Bauer had his hand badly lacer-
ated when bitten by a Mexican, whom
he was taking to jail. Though bleeding '
haTo". tle deputy lecked up the man first
and then went to a doctor for treat
ment. I. Burgess had a narrow escape from
death when the buggy in which he was
riding upset over ihe divide. Burgess
was thrown in a clump of bushes and
his hands and face were badly
George Houston, a boy IS years old,
has disappeared from heme and his
parents are at a loss for his sudden de
parture, as they say their son has been j
always an oljedient boy. The police at
El Paso have been notified of the fact
os it is believed that the boy has gone
to the Pass City.
A gun was accidentally discharged
when a party of Bisbeeites was return-
Ing from a hunting trip. A horse,
pierced by a -score of birdshot, fell dead.
Bill Chill, a painter and a house
decorator, who has been a resident of
Bisbee for a long time, has sold some
mining claims to eastern capitalists for
a consideration of $50,000.
XEW BUSINESS HOUSE
GOING UP IN MONTEREY
Cattle Roundups Are Now in Progress
Georgia Man Purchases Mon
terey Office Building.
Monterey, X. M.t March 24. F. A.
Briscoe is having a' new business house
put up. It is to be used for a store and
The bar TT. roundup wagon is now lo
cated in the valley. The 1 bar X outfit
is also working with it.
The Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Elkins
Is reported very ill.
J- "W Thompson, from Georgia, has
purchased the office building at Mon
terey and will open a cold drink and ice
A. L,. Douglas has gone to El Paso
to- have his eye treated.
. D. Tipton has gone to El Paso for
a few days. He will also make a trip to
La Mesa, N. M.
Mis Dorothy "Wharton is reported on
the sick list.
"COUNT US ALL," BLANKS.'
Blanks are. being mailed to the vol
unteer enumerators from the office of
the chamb'ercf commerce, together
with a' list of Instructions as Ho' how
the census is. to betaken. T"
Just received at Ardoin's fancy live
hens, nothing like them in town.
By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, by G.
W. Dillingham Com
pany. "Don't, Mr. Crawford, don't!" she
panted, pushing his face from her.
"Let me go or I will scream for help."
A succession of quick, persistent
"rlrlrxra" nf tha rlnnrhpll rnncol him TO
pause. They were followed by the
sounds of an altercation.
"What the devil's that?" ejaculated
"You can't see him, miss," they heard
Rogers expostulate. "He isn't here."
"But I can and will see him, and if
he isn't here I'll wait till he comes, and
you won't prevent me."
"Patsy! I am lost!" gasped Nora in
"Don't you dare push mei I'll raise
the roof an' bring the police an' all the
neighbors up," came Patsy's voice in
distinct but not loud tones.
"Great Caesar's ghost!" swore Craw
ford. "She'd do it What brings that
woman here? She mustn't see you.
Get into the bedroom quick!"
When Patsy had returned to the dress
ing room at the theater with a glass of
stimulant for her sister and found that
she was not there she was very much
astonished and also much perturbed.
They ought already to be in their
places for the performance. She began
a hurried search for her. That the girl
might have left the building did not
occur to her. for she had noticed that
her street clothes were still hanging on
their accustomed book. She "was un
able to find her. however, nor had any
body of whom she made inquiry seen
her. She ascertained by observation
that she was not where she ought to
have been, among the other girls in the
wings. The stage door keeper had not
seen her go out, he said, which was
perfectly true, for he neglected to men
tion that he had absented himself for
a few minutes. Greatly mystified, she
could reach but one conclusion, that
she had got out of the theater in some
way and gone home. Xora had been
terribly agitated and had said that she
felt ill. She must, have been in a bad
state indeed not to have changed her
Milly Sultzer came running into the
"Come on, Patsy," she cried. "They're
holding the curtain. You'll get into
.But Patsy's mind was made up. She
would go to Nora. The girl might need
"Let 'em hold it!" she said. "My sis I
ters gone away ill, an' I've got to look
Swiftly she changed her clothes and
made her way home. There was no
light in the fiat Nora was not there
nor had she been there apparently,
for nothing had been disturbed. Patsy
now was more than worried: she was
alarmed. She returned in haste to the
Long Acre, but nothing had been seen
of Nora there. It flashed upon her that
the girl in her desperation might have
dashed off just as she was to seek
Crawford and demand the note, intend
ing to return to the theater as quickly
as possible. This became a conviction,
for at that moment the call boy came
along and' noticed her troubled mein.
"Lookin' fer yer sister. Miss O'Bri
en?' he queried.
"Yes." she said eagerly. "Have you
"I seen her hi'ce off in a cab just
A Ikin of Beauty is a Joy Forever.
BR. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magic3l Beautifler.
Ketsovcs Tan. Pimples,
Freckles. Moth Patche.
Bash, and bTtla D-stares,
ana every oiemifn
on beauty, and ile
ss d-tection. It
has stood the test
of 65 years, and
Is so harmless vre
is properly made
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr.L. A.
Savro said to 3
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you lscic3
vrtll cso them.
GoarnudN Crenm as the least harmful of all the
EHn preparations." J? or isis Dy ail aru?gi 3ar HUt'
Goods Dealers In the United State, Canada and Europe.
raO.T.KQPKIHS, Proa., 37 Great-Jonss Street Raflafc
An Inhalation for
Goussfts, GoSds9 Saiasrh?
: Brosicfasfas, Btphiheris
Crasolcne is a Boon to Asthmatics.
Tlv. it Tint Rwm mr.rrt ffrtir to breathe In A.
rcmedr for diseases of tho breathing organs than B
to tale tno remedy into tno stomacnr
Cxcsolcno cures becanse tho air. rendered
ctroitrlr cntisentic. is carried over tho diseased
s sanaco Trita C7ery Dreatn, giving prolonged
i constant treatment, it is ln-raiuaoia io
71111 small children.
jcor irtiuueu ujroac
thero is nothing better
than Crsolene Antiseptic
Send 5c fn postage
for sajaple Dottle.
g bena postal lor ac
1 Bcriptive Booklet.
ISO Fnlton Street,
Goat Lymph aiibjetg'
Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex-
haustlon; for de
oUlty; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most hiunly efflca- j
ccous tablet form. 52 l
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
VA Prtsn n-nl-p- hr
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
I " 8.2 0 -ir W hnl
tl tEstaDllsaed 1ST9) i
i5Efr52b-2S B ' mmb'00""
Mrm -n n j- aa - j i
(Continued From Yesterday.)
now." he replied. "She ast me to got
it fer her. She wuz in a turrble hurry
an' drefful white about the gills."
"TVhere'd she tell the man to drive
to?" she inquired.
"I dunno. I didn't hear that" said
Patsy waited for no more. Her first
thought was to try and find Dan in
the audience. He knew Crawford's ad
dress, and she did not. But she rea
soned' that if she went to her sweet
heart she would have to tell him the
whole circumstances. And, besides, he
was with her parents. She decided
that she had better leave him out of it
Dragging him in might only make mat
ters worse. Yet how was she to find
out where Crawford lived? It occur
red to her that his name might be In
the city or telephone directory. She
could have consulted the telephone book
at the ofilce of the theater; but, con
cluding that it would be avisable to
avoid the oflSce, she went to a neigh
boring drug store. The book gave the
address, sure enough. In another min
ute she was on a car bound uptown.
Crawford had hardly closed the bed
room door on Nora when Patsy bursr
into the den, followed by Rogers, still
"I knew you was in. I felt sure of
it," said Patsy by way of greeting;
"Where's my sister?"
"Your sister?" he repeated.
"Yes, Nora. Is she here has she
"I've just come in. My man might
know," he answered frigidly. "Rogers,
has a young lady called within the
last five minutes?"
"No, sir," replied the valet
"That will do, Rogers."
"That's funny," said Patsy half
apologetically. "She ain't at the show
shop. I thought sure she must 'a'
"Did Miss Nora say she was coming
here?" he inquired.
Welcome Words to Women
Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their
tex should write to Dr. Pierce and receive free the
advice of a physician of over 40 years experience
a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases
of women. Every letter of this sort has the most
careful consideration and is regarded as sacredly
confidential. Many sensitively modest women write
fully to Dr. Pierce what they would shrink from
telling to their local physician. Hie local physician
is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything
without "an examination. " Dr. Pierce holds that
these distasteful examinations are generally need
less, and that no woman, except in- rare cases, should submit to tbwa.
Dr. Pierce s treatment will cure yon right in the privacy of
your own home. Eis "Favorite Prescription" has cured
hundreds of thousands, some of them the worst of cases.
Jt is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated
physician. The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every
ingredient on its outside wrapper. There's no secrecy. It will bear examina
tion. No alcohol and no habit-forming drugs are found in it. Some unscrup
ulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute. Don't take it. Don't trifle
with your healfe. Write to "World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.
V. Pierce, President, Buffalo, N. Y., take the advice' received and be well.
., - t - - - ( - pM - tf - - t - LrtJ -
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AIH) DIRECTORS:
' W. W. TURNED Chairman,
JOSHUA 'P.AYXOLDS, President.
James G. AfcXary, Vice-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- Rajnolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier.
WS SOLICIT YOUE
C. R. 1DREHEAD, President. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFHf, V. Pres. c. K. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L- J. GILCHRIST, Art. Cash.
State National Bank
' ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A. Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Taraey, Prest. . E Aoft, Cashier.
S. T. Turner, Vice Pre3t. p Murchison, Asst. Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Sr- H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUBPLUS AND PEOFITS 8150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVEi$INGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150J0S;gT0- Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
vcr OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U S. Stewart Fiank ?0wer-3 H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E- Kohlherg b. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams j. jj. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVTTED
Novelized From Forhes's
Play of the Same
John W. Harding
"No," she admitted.
"Perhaps sne went home," he sug
"She did not;" said Patsy, "an' I
wouldn't be surprised if she's on her
"You wouldn't? Well, I would be."
"Why? You've been tryln' to make
dates with her after the theater an'
invitin ier" out to supper, ain't you?
An' you've had her out to lunch."
Crawford wondered where she could
have learned about it He'did not at
all like the way things were turning.
'Tve invited her to supper several
f times," he admitted carelessly, "but
she never would accept"
"WelL maybe she'll be here tonight
a little later," said Patsy, who was re
covering her habitual sang froid.
"I haven't received any word that
she'll be here later," he remarked,
with a bored air.
(To Be Continued.)
TELEPHONE OFICIAL.S ARRIVE.
PhIMp Hamlin, vice president of the
new Tristate Telephone company, ar
rived Thursday from Denver, ac
companied by Austin Lu Hatch, assistant
treasurer for the company. H. W. Bel
lard and family have arrived and Mr.
Bellard will begin his duties as general
auditor of the company as soon as the
offices are fitted up in the Rio Grande
HELD OX THEFT CHARGE.
San Antonio, Texas, March 24. Ru
dolph Matthews, employed at a hotel
at Carrizo Springs, was arrested hert
charged with the theft of dia
monds valued at 260(f from Mrs. T. J.
lLane, of this city, while she was visit
ing there two months ago. He was
taken to Carrizo Springs.
EXPLAINS AX ACCIDENT.
Miss Maude Abbott- writes from Tu
larosa, X. M., that she was not Injured
in the runaway accident, in which her
horse collided with tlie buggy of I. O.
Wetmore. Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore were
thrown out but not hurt either, she
(JM - - M - M - m. m m i