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Monitor, Ivlav 16, 1910.
Moving Away t
I From El Paso
Ordinarily, people hold sales to
stay in El Paso. With me it is
different. On June 1st I am going
out of business in El Paso.
DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH
OF MAY I WILL OFFER MY
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
SHOES. TRUNKS AND VA
LISES AT COST AND LESS.
2sbw is the time to secure the
best bargains of the season. Come
and see for vourself.
404 San Antonio Street
BIGr DEAL IN DOWN
MeNary and Martinez Buy
on Corner of Texas and
Saturday afternoon at 5 ocioek Felix
Martinez and James G. McNary closed a
deal for the buildings and ground on the
corner of Stanton and Texas street. The
purchase was made from Mrs. J. S.
Steeley. formerly of El Paso, but now
residing in Los Angeles. The amount
paid for the property "was reported to be
$100,000 and boiii Mr. McXary and Mr
Martinez stated that the deal was made
as an investment only, although it was
reported on tflie streets Mondav that
the First National bank was planning
to build a new bank structure on the
Tie ground is 86 by 90 feet and is !
now occupied by a hardware store.
Pence Bros, real estate office, a racket
store and a rooming house. No lin-
5YJVOPSIS 07 PREVIOUS CHAPTERS.
Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under
the evil influence of Robert Underwood,
fellow-student at Yale, leaas a life of
dissipation, marries the daughter of a (
gambler who died in prison and is dis
owned by his father- Forced to leave
college, he tried to get work and fails.
His wife, Annie, is straight as a die, and
has a heart of gold. A former college
DAio-rj ti,;v, w,,.- nnn .cch on. I
Howard is broke. Robert Underwood,
who made love to Annie in his col
lege days and was repulsed, and was
once engaged to Howard's stepmother,
Alicia, is a welcome visitor at the Jef- j
Ties home. Underwood has apartments
in the Astruria, an exclusive Apartment
house. Howard recalls a $250 loan to
Underwood that remains unpaid and de
cides to ask him for the $2,000 he needs.
Mrs. Jeffries, Sr., prepares for a great
reception at her home. Mrs. Jeffries, sr.,
foolishly encoura&es a dangerous inti- ,
ZZL VZT-lXrX ." : I
sort of social highwayman. Discover
ing his true character, Mrs. Jeffries, sr.,
denies him the house, but receives a
note from Underwood threatening sui
cide unless she revokes her sentence
of banishment. She decides to go and
see him. Undeiwood Is In desperate
financial straits. Merchants for whom
he has acted as commissioner in the
sale of art treasures demand an ac
counting. Underwood cannot make good.
Howard Jeffries calls at Underwood's
apartments In an intoxicated condition j
to borrow money- He asks Underwood
for $2000 and is told the latter is in
debt up to his eyes. Howard drinks
himself into a maudllng condition. Mrs.
Jeffries, sr., arrives as Howard" sleeps
on a sofa. She demands from Under
wood a promise that he will not take
his life, pointing to the disgrace that
would attach to herself from being as
sociated with a suicide. Underwood re
fuses to promise unless she will renew
her patronage. This" she refuses to do,
and takes her leae. "bnderwood turns
out the lights, places a pistol at his
temple, and fires. The report of the
pistol awakens Howard from his drunk
en slumber. He stumbles over the dead
body of Underwood. Realizing his seri-
our predicament he starts to leave the
room and is met by Underwood's valet. )
The latter discovers tne body, raises an
alarm and Howarc is turned over to
the police. Captain Clinton notorious
for his brutal treatment of orisoners
begins putting Howard through an or
deal known in police parlance as the
third degree. After being compelled
to stand in one position for five hours
while the buying captain hurled ques
tions at him, Howard is practically hyp
notized when the shining revolver is
Clashed in his eyes, and mechanically re-,
peats after the captain .what purports to
be a confession of murder. His wife,
Abble, arrives on the scene.
Unable to control herself any
longer, Annie broke down completely
and burst into tears. When the door
opened and she saw her husband led
away, pale and trembling, between
those two burly policemen, it was as
if all she cared for on earth had
gone out of her life forever. Capt.
Clinton laid his hand gently on her
shoulder. With more sympathy in his
face than was his custom to display,
I I The I " I
By Charles Klein FWfJ J W Illustrations
and I Hlirrl IM&CtY& By
Arthur Hnrnhlam Rav Walters $
$ A Narrative Of Metropolitan Life -
' non-rrftrht. 1910. hv C? W. rmie-hTn n. I
Dry Shampoo Better
Tlias Soap and Water
(From The New York Graphic.)
"Once in two or three months is as j
often as it is advisable to wash the hair
,-l. i ...,." cr,,- nin..'kAl
with soap and water," says Claribel
Montague, the beauty expert. "The rubbing-,
drying and rinsing, together with
the action of the alkali in the soap
especially the alkali tend to make the
hair coarse, hard and brittle. Too much
moisture causes the hair to become
thin and lose its color.
'A simple and satisfactory dry sham
poo is made by mixing four ounces of
SoAvderofl orris root with four ounces
Sprinkle a tablespoonful of
this mixture on the head and brush
thoroughly through the hair once or
twice a week. That Is all there is to
it. This treatment not only keeps the
i hair light, fluffy and lustrous, but
therox produces the growth of new
I provements will be made to the prop
erty at rae present time.
HEALTHY BOOM IS IN
PROGRESS Hi" EAST EL PASO
East EI Paso is enjoying a healthy
boom just now. J. K. Irion, who was
here for the Bankers' astHciation con
vention last week, and fiviho owns block
seven in the East El Paso addition, lias
arrange I to siave a modern flat build
ing and a number of brick cottages in
The block was purchased by Mr. Irion
when he was here for the former Bank-
j ers' association convention and he consid
! ers his investment such a good one that he
intends to improve it. In addition to this
work a number of new cottages are be
ing built in the east side addition.
Joe Dunne is building two brick houses,
on Alameda avenue, each to cost $2000.
Joe Xaphone is building a store and
apartment house on the corner of Ala
meda and Hamonett avenues which will
cos $3000.' Charles McGinnis is also
building a four room brick cottage on
KMKEL TO BUILD A
HOME ON HIS RANCH
Charles A. Kinkel is planning to build
a six room ranch house on his upper
valley ranch near Anthonv, X- M. Mr.
Kinkel has SO acres of vallev land in the
lower Mesilla vallev and is an amateur
rancher, practicing law in town and liv
ing in the countrv.
TO SIGN ID? FOR
MILLS SKY SCRAPER
H. L. Stevens, head of the firm of H.
L. Stevens & companv .which has the
contract for the Anson Mills building, is
here from ins headquarters m Houston
to sign the contract for the 12 story
building and to arrange the details for
"Now, little woman 'tain't no kind
of use carrying on like that! If you
want to help your husband and get
him out of his trouble you want to
get busy. Sitting there crying your
eyes out won't do him any good."
Annie threw up her Jiead. Her eyes j
were red, but they were dry now. Her
face was set and determined. The
captain was right. Only foolisb wom
en weep and wail when misfortune !
knocks at their door. The right sort
of women go bravely out and make a
fight for liberty and honor. Howard
was innocent She was convinced or
that, no matter how black things
looked against him. She would not
leave a stone unturned till she had
regained for him bis liberty. With
renewed hope in her heart and reso-
ltIon in her face, she turned to con
front the captain.
"What has he done?" she demanded.
"Killed his friend, Robert Under
wood." He watched her face closely to see
what effect his words would have on !
"Robert Underwood dead!" ex
claimed Annie with more surprise
"Yes," said the captain sternly,
"and your husband, Howard Jeffries,
"That's not true! I'd never believe
that," said Annie promptly.
"He's made a full confession," went
on the captain.
"A confession!" she echoed uneasi
ly. "Whatdo you mean?"
"Just what I say. Your husband
has made a full confession in the
presence of witnesses, that he came
here to Underwood's rooms to ask
for money. They quarreled. Ycjur
husband drew a pistol and shot him.
He has signed a confession which will
be presented to the magistrate this
Annie looked staggered for a mo
ment, but her faith in her husband
was unshakeable. Almost hysterically
"I don't believe it. I don't believe
it. You may have tortured him into
signing something. Everybody knows
your methods, Capt. Clinton. But
thank God there is a law in the
United States which protects the in
nocent as well as punishes the guilty.
I shall get the most able lawyers to
defend him even if I have to sell my.
self into slavery for the rest of my
"Bravo, little woman!" said the cap
tain mockingly. "That's the way to
talk. I like your spunk, but before
you go I'd like to ask you a few ques
tions. Sit down."
He waved her to a chair and he sat
"Now, Mrs. Jeffries," he began en
couragingly, "tell me did you ever
hear your husband threaten Howard
(Continued From Saturday.)
beginning active construction "work on
the plaza skyscraper.
ASPHALT PAVEMENT ON
THE NEW ANTHONY ROAD
Asphalt paving is now being laid on
the Anthony road fiom the cement plant
to the Texas -New Mexico state line. The
! Canles construction outfit is now put-
i finer j1.TU.-n r.l lint, afniff on lllf man. :
tins down the hot stuff on the road.
which has been graveled and graded by
the construction crews.
A. H Anderson tcdav took out a per-
I mit for a one story brick residence, 22x
j 59x30 feet, on North Campbell street,
j . , "toinn '
Kiatetl " ?310-
X. E. corner Crockett and Westmin
ster Streets, Government Hill. Govern
ment Hill Co. to Jake Kaufman, lots 1
to 4, block 51, Government Hill addi
tion; consideration $525;; May fl, 1910.
El Paso County J. H. Nations to-J. B.
and W. T. Robertson, Hood ranch, con
taining 49.8 acres, three-fourths of a
mile east of Belen, Tex.; consideratiou
$6500; March 22, 1910.
Boulevaid, between "Williams and
S. S. Bridges to J. H. James and wife,
lojt 22 and west one-half of lot 23, block
57, Franklin Heights addition; consider
ation $1400; April 30, 1910.
Texas street, between Florence and
Campbell streets, Campbell addition.
T. M. Wingo et al. to Wm. H. Burges,
west 30 feet of east 80 feet, lots 8 to 10,
block 219, Campbell addition; consider
ation 5S250; April 21, 1910.
Texas street, between Florence and
Campbell streets, Campbell addition.
W. H. Burges to Tri-State Telephone
& Telegraph Co., west 30 feet of east 80
feet of lots 8 to 10, block 21, Camp
bell addition; consideration 5S25G; May
Arizona street, between Ange and Oc
tavia streets, Pierce Finley addition.
J. P. Casey, jr., and wife to Mary V.
Rankiu. lot 23. easterly 10 feet of lot 22,
westerly 5 feet of lot 24, block 285,
Pierce Finley addition; consideration
$4200; June 1. 1909.
To A. H. Anderson, to build a one
story brick residence, 22x59x30 feet, on
north Campbell street, between High
and Curri streets. Estimated cost S3100.
To Mrs. Rosa Sullivan, to build a
frame porch 6x12x9 feet in rear of resi
dence. 711 north Stanton street. Esti
mated cost $50.
one-half price. Cal-
HAVE YOU SO-MEx-liKTG TO SEM,?
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115. tell the girl what it Is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
BCLI, PKOXE 11C.
"Will get you a Duyer.
By this time Annie had recovered
her self-possession. She knew that'
keep cool and to say nothing which (
was likely to injure his cause. Boldly,
therefore, she answered:
"You've no right to ask me that
The captain shifted uneasily in hfs
t seat. He knew she was within her
j legal right. He couldn't bully her
into saying anything that would in
criminate her husband.
I merely thought you would like j
to assist the authorities,
"To convict my husband," she said
calmly. "Thank you, I understand my
"You can't do him very much harm,
you know," said the captain with af
fected jocularity. "He has confessed
to the shooting."
"I don't believe it," she said em
phatically. Trying a different tack, he asked
"Did you know Mr. Underwood?"
She hesitated before replying, then
indifferently she said:
"Yes, I knew him at one time. He
introduced me to my husband."
"Where was that?"
"In New Haven, Conn."
"Up at the college, eh? How long
have you known Mr. Underwood?"
Annie looked at her inquisitor and
said nothing. She wondered what he
was driving at, what importance the
question had to the case. Finally she
"I met him once or twice up at New
Haven, but I've never seen him since
my marriage to Mr. Jeffries. My hus
band and he were not very good
friends. That is "
She stopped, realizing that she had
made a mistake. How foolish she had
been! The police, of course, were
anxious to show that there was ill
feeling between the two men. Her
heart misgave her as she saw the
look of satisfaction in the captain's
"Ah!" he exclaimed. "Not very
good friends, eh? In fact, your hus
band didn't like him, did he?"
"He didn't like him well enough to
run after him," she replied hesitat
ingly. The captain now started off in an
"Was your husband ever jealous of
By this time Annie had grown sus
picious of every question. She was
on her guard.
"Jealous? What do you mean?
No, he was not jealous. There was
never any reason. I refuse to answer
any more questions."
The captain rose and began to pace
There's one little thing more, Mrs. j
Jeffries, and then you can go. Yon
can help your husband by helping us.
I want to put one more question to
you and be careful to answer truth
fully. Did you call at these rooms
last night to see Mr. Underwood?"
"I! 'I exclaimed Annie with mingled
astonishment and indignation
"Sure?" demanded the captain, eye-
I ins her narrowly.
"Positive," said Annie firmly.
The captain looked puzzled.
"A wolnan called here last -night to
see him," he said thoughtfully, "and
I thought that perhaps "
interrupting himself, he went quicK
iy to the door of the apartment and
called to some one who was waiting
in the corridor outside. A boy about
IS years of age, in the livery of an
eievator attendant, entered the room.
The captain pointed to Annie.
"Is that the lady?"
The boy looked carefully, and then
shook his head.
"Don't think so no, sir. The other
lady was a great swell."
"You're sure, eh?" said the captain.
"I think so," answered the boy.
"Do you remember the name she
"No, sir," replied the boy. "Ever
since you asked me "
Annie arose and moved toward the
door. She had no time to waste
there. Every moment now was pre
cious. She must get legal assistance
at once. Turning to Capt. Clinton, she
"If you've no further use for me,
captain, I tbink I'll go."
"Just one moment, Mrs. Jeffries,"
The face of the elevator boy sud
denly brightened up.
"That's it," he said eagerly. "That's
it Jeffries. I think that was the
name she gave, sir."
"Who?" demanded the captain.
"Not this lady," said the boy. "The
other lady. I think she said Jeffries,
or Jenkins, or something like that."
The captain waved his hand toward
"That's all right go. We'll find
her all right,"
The boy went out and the captain
turned round to Annie
"It'll be rather a pity if it isn't
you," he said, with a suggestive smile.
"How so?" she demanded.
The captain laughed.
"Well, you see, a woman always
gets the jury mixed up. Nothing fools
s. man like a pretty face, and 12 times
J L is 12. You see if they quarreled
about you your husband would stand
some chance." Patronizingly he
Rdded, "Come, Mrs". Jeffries, you'd bet
ter tell the truth and I can advise
you who to go to."
Annie drew herself up, and with
"Thanks, f'm going to the best law
yer I can get. No't one of those court
room politicians recommended by a
police captain. 1 am going to Richard
Brewster. He's the man. He'll soon
get my husband out of the Tombs."
Reflectively she added: "If my father
hsd had Judge Brewster to defend him
instead of a legal shark, he'd never
have been railroaded to jail. He'd be
Capt. Clinton guffawed loudly. The '
'"ca Ul WJ" " i""S "
case seemed to amuse him hu-
I tsrewster.' ne laughed boisterous
! ly. "You'd never be able to get
Brewster. Firstly, he's too expensive.
Secondly, he's old man Jeffries' lav
yer. He wouldn't touch your casf
with a ten-foot pole. Besides," he
added in. a tone of contempt "Brew
ster's no good in a case of this kind.
i TTq'o o nnncfifitfi'n'n lnm.n. .
.. w . , ... . .. ' TT. ,..,.
1 Know notnmg
' He s the only lawyer I want," she j Sunshine Vallev company to Emmie
retorted determinedly. Then she went j Y. Morrow, warranty deed. to lots 1. 2,
on: "Howard's folks must come to his 3 and 4 in block 3 of Mesa Heights sec
rescue. They must stand by him ' ,1(1 addition; consideration ?130; dated
The captain grinned.
"From what I hear," he said, "old
man Jeffries won't raise a finger to
save his scapegrace son from going
to the chair. He's done with him for
good and alL"
Chuckling aloud and talking to him
self rather than to his vis-a-vis, he I
"That alone will convince the jury.
They'll argue that the boy can't be
much good if -hi3 own go back on
Annie's eye flashed.
"Precisely!" she exclaimed.
his own won't go back on him. I'll
see to it that they don't." Rising and
turning toward the door, she asked:
"Have you anything more to say to
"No," replied the captain hesitat
ingly. "You can go. Of course you'll
be called later for the trial. You can
see your husband in the Tombs when
From an El Paso citizen.
Is your back lame and painful?
Does it ache especially after exer
tion? Is there a soreness in the kidnej
These symptoms indicate weak kid
neys; There is danger in delay.
Weak kidneys fast get weaker.
Give your trouble prompt attention.
Doan's Kidney Pills act quickly,
They strengthen weak kidneys.
Read this El Paso testimony.
Charles Vollertsen, 215 W. Nevada
street. El Paso, Texas, says: "I have
used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
Kelly & pollard's drug store. In my
family for the past four j-ears. We have
tried several other kidney medicines
but Doan's Kidney Pills are the only one
that has given me prompt relief. I can
recommend them highly to-anyone suf
fering from kidney trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co!, Buffalo. New Yorlc,
sole agents tor the United States.
tae no other. s-eoan s-anu
No man Is so hard that he has not
a soft spot somewhere. At heart
Capt. Clinton was not an unkind man.
Long service in the police force and
a mistaken notion of the proper
method of procedure in treating his
J prisoners had hardened him and mad
him brutal. Secretly he felt sorry
for this plucky, energetic little woman
who had such unbounded faith in her
good-for-nothing husband, and was
ready to fight all alone in his defense.
Eyeing her with renewed interest, he
"What are you going to do now?"
Annie reached the door, and draw
ing herself up to her full height,
turned and said:
"I'm going to undo all you have
done, Capt. Clinton. I'm going to free
my husband and prove his innocence
before the whole world. I don't know
how I'm going to do it, but I'll do it.
I'll fights you, captain, to the last ditch,
and I'll rescue my poor husband from
your clutches if it takes everything
I possess in the world."
Quickly she opened the door and
(TO BB CONTINUED)
LAS CRUCES AND
Las Cruces Ctizens Receive
Close with. Ball.
Las Cruces, X. SL, May 16. Invita
tions have been issued for the commence
ment exercises of the Xew Mexico Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
The bnfm.laureate address was delivered
by president Garrison, Sunday, in Had
ley hall. Mr. Durkee, secretary of the
El Paso Y. M. C. A., addressed a joint
meeting of tihe college Y. M. C. A. and
Y. W. C. A. in vhe evening. The bal
ance of the exercises .are to be Wednes
day, May IS, senior class day: 4 p. m..
review, para(e an inspection of bat
talion: 7:30 p. ni., alumni business
meeting; 8 p. m., exercises of prepara
tory department; Thursday. May 19, at
10 a. in., commencement address bv Hon.
H- R. Pattengiil- 7:30 p. m., College
night: Supper for alumni, students, fa
culty and friends; annual commence
The graduating class for 1910 includes
Miss Ruth Ellen Oliver, Donald Waddill
Young, Stuart Knight Baker, Walter
Roque Ames. Edward Livingston Red
ding. Arthur Fredrick Fraker, Gordon
Wilson Goebel, Howard Crosby Boone,
and Arner G. Eeue.
Railroad Conipaory May Not
Condemn A. & M. Col
Las Cruces. X. M.. May 16. In the
case of the Texas. Xew Mexico & Paci
fic Railroad company vs. the regents of
the Agricultural college, judge Parker
denied the petition of the plaintiff for
vthe appointment of a commission to ap
praise the lands of the college, through
which the company desired to construct
a railroad. The court took the ground
that while the legal property was vested
in the regents, it was nevertheless ter
ritorial land and that such land could
not be condemned by a railroad com
pany for a right of way.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M.. May 16. The fol
lowing deeds have been filed "with the
recorder of Dona Ana county:
Sunshine Valley company to Ivathrme
I TTn 1 lrolr WnrrslTltV
deed to lots 16, 14,
; is ,nfi i6 in block 35 of Mesa Heights
' seco"d addition; consideration 130;
, , . , ,,. ., . 1Q1ft
Mav 13. 1910,
Jose Mairia Mendoza et ux to Santos
Murillo, warranty deed to a parcel of land
situate in Las Cruces, precinct 20, area
50 bv 50 varas; consideration S150;
dated'Ootober 29, 1909.
Robert Mayberry to E. B. and Dora H.
Shaw, wararntv deed to lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
and 5, in block 24 of College subdivision;
consideration $100; dated May 5. 1910.
Santos Murillo to Margarita Marques,
quit claim deed to a house and lot in
Las Cruces, precinct 20, area of lot "50
by 50 varas ; consideration 1 ; dated Mav
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. W. Canard,
warranty deed to lots 41 and 42 in block
40 of filler's Washington park addi-
' tin; consideration 1 and other valu-
aoies; aatet jiay o, xaxu.
L. IL Vanderwerf to F. H. Williams,
warranty deed to lots 22 and 23 in
block 40 of Miller's Washington park
addition; consideration ?1 and other
valuables; dated May 5, 1910.
Oscar Lehman et ux to Henry Grajon,
bishop of Tucson, warranty deed to a
tract of land containing 20 acres; con
sideration $1 and other valuables; dated
May 6, 1910.
"L. H. Vanderwerf to Merce Hermo
cillo, warranty deed to lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
44, 45' 46, 47 and 48 in block 47 of
MilleT's Washington Park addition; con
sideration $1 and other valuables; dated
April 25, 1910.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Mav 16. The fol
iknving guests are registered at Hotel
Don Bernarado: R, J. Snowden, Albu
querque; Mrs. A. G. Bass, jr.. El Paso;
A. M. Robins, New York; S. W. Town
send, Pueblo; Leo M. Runion. Los An
geles; M. A. Pashan, EI Paso; H. G.
Pettegrew, Chicairo; L. S. Hawley, Den
ver; B. W. Weitzman, Louisville;
Charles Quitzow, Los Angeles; R. R.
Urquhart, Denver; R. T. Sickles, Den
ver. LAS CRUCES PERSONAL NEWS.
Las Cruces, X. M., May 16. Mrs. M.
C. Gunter, sister of Jeff Isaacks, and
daughter, Mrs. Xora Rumph of Wheeler
county, Texas, are A-isitinsr at the home
of their brother and uncle.
A large crowd of people from Las
Cruces and Dona Ana attended a picnic
at Slialem colony Sunday given by John
Barncastle .and friends in celebration of
St. Ysidro, Dona Ana's patron saint, day.
Summer coats, one-half price. Cal
isher's. j '',.'
e 3 iz sii&uw
A ,M " tfhh
Work of constructing a sewerage sys-
day morning by representatives of die
b E. Lister & company of the City of
Mexico. Some 14,000 meters of pipe will
It has been found necessary to Instal
a pumping plant in order to raise the
sewerage to river .level. This will be
located on the eastern limits of the city.
Excavation work for the pump house
has begun, but the street digging will
not be in progress until Wednesday or
It is estimated by Jefe politico Portil
lo that the system will cost about $110.
000, Mexican standard. This sum will
be paid through the customs percentage
received by the municipality. The 11-1
percent will be increased to 2 percent
until the full amount is paid.
The sewers will be laid in a system
covering the principal residence streets
of the city. Paving of the streets will
follow, but as yet no contracts have
been let for that work.
Attorney Gulllermo Porras, secretary
to the governor of Chihuahua, Is in Jua
rez. His visit is one of Inspection both
of the sewerage worJc' and the Juarez
monument under construction. He will
SAYS CCL.Q.T.-ITT WILIj FA.VOU
FIRE RATIXG BOARD I.AV.
Austin, Texas, May 16. Replying to
an attack bj- state senator Hudspeth on
the fire rating board law, commissioner j
Hawkins of insurance and banking, pre
dicted that Hudspeth would be glad be
cause of the operation of the statute
before the next legislature niivt--. He
declared there will be practical! v no op
position after its workings beco-ne
known, and that Colquitt will change
irom nis opposition and support It.
Twenty-ninth anniversary sale. Cal
isher's. MORSE WILL HAVE
TO STAY IX PRISON.
Washington. r. C. May IS. Banker
Claries W. Morse was loeay tlnifl il'e
riht of filing a writ or habeas ftrous i
by ti.. supreme court of the United j
S-.ate .v presidential pa-don i- his
on'y hope now. J
one-half price. Cal
a prety hard thing to accomnllsh
whn you're blue, bilious and out of
sorts. There is a sure cure for all
kinds oi stomach and liver complaints J
constipation and dyspepsia, Ballard's i
Herbine is mild, yet absolutely effec-!
tive In all cases. i
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by
There Are Two
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WORK OF 1T1LII SEWER SYSTEM
Available for new tenants in The Herald
Building, one on the second floor, and one on
the third floor. The Herald Buildino- is sit
uate in the very heart of the business center,
all car lines passing its doors, only one block
from postoffice and all hotels. The best ad
vertised and most accessible office building
in El Paso. Eents exceedingly reasonable.
For further information see
E. L. HOWELL, AG-T.,
Boom 326 Herald Building.
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
m DOHA AHA COUNTY
and Three Piece
ALL remaining two and J i
three-piece linen coat j 1
in the stvies rpprnlarlv
-, ,. -,. ,--
;B!'' soia.ior od.vu to Jpj.ou.uu are
priced for tomorrow at exact
ly half . '
Many beautiful garments
are to be found in this lot,
trimmed with embroideries
and lace and hand embroider
ed. Extra quality linen suit
ing is the material used, and
the styles are the most perfect
of the season. Several styles
are displayed in our window at
. CHINESE S3IUGGLIXG
j gan Diego, Cal ilay lSx
sorted thin- h;. 1 ,, 5"
landed at Ensenad. i XrST
since May 1, and It is likely that all
have been smuggled Into the United
States. As the averas nharc. rr tha
men who conduce this smuggling enter
prise is .suu a nead, probably they have
reaped a harvest of $20,000 In less than
Tailored wool suits, one-fourth off.
TO CIiOSE OUT HOFFECKER BANK
RUPT STOCK QTJICKJLY.
Crawford and Klleber have purchased
the stoek of the L. TV". Hoffecker,
bankrupt. The stock consists of plate
glass, sash, doors, mantels and buildinjr
articles which will be sold at extremely
low- prices for the next few days. The
sale will be held at the old stand nf t.
j Hoffecker company, 214 North Stanton
BOY FOILS BURGLAR.
San Antonio, Tex., May IS. Milton
Applewhite, 13 years old. foiled a burg
lar Sunday night. When he saw him
emerge from the residence of J. T. Hen
derson he chased the man three blocks
striking him with, a brick and knock
ing him down. The man escaped leav
ing a bundle Of stolen clothing worth
is used exclusively in hundreds of live
business offices because of its
KTfOW3ff and PROVEIT
purity and sparkling goodness. We
would be pleased to furnish you this
water in small or large amounts.
PASO ICE AND
the results you will get
from a small want, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25c to 50c.
phone Bell 115, Auto
1115 and tell the girl.