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Began Monday and all our high class Millinery included. KNOX and PHIPPS
Tailored Hats" are absoluteh going at one-half the regular price.
ALL FLOWERS AND OSTRICH PLUMES ARE INCLUDED.
SALE NOW GOING ON
AT LAS CRUCES
Produce Exchange Members
ffilling Wcrehouse Lo
cal iSfews lotes.
Las Cruces, ST. 2tL, May 26. T. C. Phil
Jlpps. manager of the Produce, exchange,
is preparing for the storage of hay by
the members of the exchange. About
100 tons have already been stored.
Miss Beth, Foster has gone to Chicago
to attend the School of Education.
Mrs. Bettie Clements has returned to
her home In South Dakota after spend
ing several months with her sister, Mrs.
Sherwood, who has been sick.
Morris Freudenthal, proprietor of the
Don Bernardo""hotel, spent "Wednesday
In the Pass Cltj'.
Nicholas Galles is in Silver City.
R. P. Porter and family have gone
to Long Beach to spend the summer.
F. M. Hayner and F. H. Davis were
Las Cruces visitors In El Paso Wed
nesday. LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M.. May 26. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: Mathew Howell, Long
Beach; G. "W. Shipply, Milwaukee; C
E. Prayman, Chicago; Dr. L F. Lawshe,
Swayze, Ind.; A. L. Lawshe, Miss Law
she, Dripping Springs; R. E. Black,
Houston; J. W. O'Bannon, Marmouth;
Mrs. E. P. Smith, El Paso; A. Brodin,
Los Angeles; Parvin TVitte, El Paso;
C. E. Welburn, Denver; H. H. Grassie,
Chicago; F. M. Gallaher, Brazito, N. M.;
R. V. "Winchester, Albuquerque.
LAS CRUCES ELKS WILL
a EXTERTAIX DAM WORKER.
Las Cruces, X. M., May 26. "We want
to see Holt, we are not Elks," are the
pass words for those who are not mem
bers of the Elks' lodge but who desire
to attend the reception to be given by
that lodge in honor of H. B. Holt upon
WEAK stomach will cause
you to lose weight and
strength very rapialy. Therefore,
"Irivo-n Tio trtmarTi ctrnrto-. file r3i-
AVWj- fcV fcJVWAfcw WW- 0J J
gestion perfect and the bowels
open by taking
HE WEARS A GREEN TIE.
ODOM TRANSFER CO. j
ALL KINDS OF -HAULING f
Bell Phene 1054 Auto Phone 1956
109 MAIN ST. .
PHONE BELL 1 ATJTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prfte.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
jD BB Sufiesi Company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680
E! Pise Past eur Institute
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 3. Res.,,,3457
SALE OF MILLINERY
Arnold 5treut2 pqq&
Las Graces News Bureau
his return from "Washington, D. C., i
where he worked in the interest of the
Elephant Butte dam project. Mr. Holt
Is expected to return from Washington
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., May 26. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
, t Deeds Filed.
John F.' Kilburn to H. P. Jackson,
warranty deed to the southeast quarter
of section 8, township 27 south of range
1 west; consideration, $500; dated May
Wiliam E. Baker to the Tri-State
Telephone and Telegraph company,
warranty deed to lots 18 and 19 of the
R. E. French subdivision to Las Cruces;
consideration, $2000; dated May 20, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Miss A. Buck.
warranty deed to lot 45 Jn block 12 of )
Miller's Washington park addition; con
sideration, $1 and other valuables; dated
May 16, 1910.
L. H. "Vanderwerf to Miss Antoinette
Buck, warranty deed to lot 28 in block j
58 of Miller's Washington park addi- '
From New Mexico.
At the Zeijrer RaJphe Ely. Dentin"';
Ray Grayson, Gllsboro; Alex. A. Smith
and familv. Deming.
At the Sheldon D. V. Peacock, Las
Cruces; P. X. Gayner, Las Cruces; C. L.
Hosner, Las' Cruces; Jeff Davis, Las
At the St. Regis W. H. Lcng. Ros
well; L G. Eghmey. La L'lrion.
At the Orndorff W- Freudenthal,
Las Cruces: K. !M. BirdweJl, Las Graces.
At the Sheldon W. L. Molin, Slorenci;
D. B. King, m Douglas.
At the St. Regis 'Harry Harris. Tuc
son. At the Grnuorff W. B. Kelly, Tucson.
At the Zeiger John Helms, Ysleta;
Julia Helms, "isleta; 0. L Neal, Dallas;
Laura Helms, Ysleta; H.A. Hanna,
At the Sheldon R. V. Covey, Hous
ton: W. F- Couner, Dallas.
At the St. Regis C. H) Johnson, Sap
Antonio, C. E. Morgan, Toyah.
At the Orndorff O. AT- Xeal, Dallas.
At the Sheldon W. hldon riioo:
Henry Beardroqurvo AHnes, Chihuahux;
John" Galbraith. jr.. Mexico. D. F.: .ir
and Airs. Causland, hihuahuar Geo. W.
Bryant and wife, Mexico; B. R- Hoerr,
Mexico; D. McKee and wife, Gananea,
Mex.: L. R. Budrow, El Tigre; D. L. W.
Forbes, El Tigre.
At the St. Regis A. M- Lours, City
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon W. B. Lee, San
Francisco; E. M. Wairen, Seatle, "Wash.;
D. G. Rehard and wife, Qhula Vista,
At the St. Regis Fritz Rosenstine,
San Francisco; A. Brodan, Los Angeles;
J. P. Reason, LC3V Angeles.
At the Ornaorff Geo. K. Home, Los
From New York.
At the Zeiger Tom Pepper.
At the Jbheldon W. A. Baum, Ed.
Coffin, Ri&ester, X. Y.. H. W. Aldis,
- G-ROTVIXG CHILDREN.
The J&riod lVhen the Xervous Activity
Is at Its Greatest.
"Against the practice of giving tea and
coffee to children, we cannot speak too
strongly. Childhood is the period when
the nervous activity is at its greatest
The Drain is ever husy receiving new
impressions. Beflex action, coordina
tion of muscles, and the special senses
are all under a special course of train
ing. "The nervous system ds pushed to its
utmost capacity, and long is the list or
victims that follow its over-stimulation.
In these little people nothing but harm
can come from the use of such cerebral
stimulants as tea or coffee. Bad, then,
as this practice Is, let us as physicians
be aggressive in its prohibition.
"Do not be satisfied by answering 'No'
when asked as to their use, but let us
teach the families with whom we come
in contact that such practice i3 evil.
TVe speak emphatically, because not
only among the poor and uneducated,
but among the rich, who should know
better, this practice is marvelously
prevalent." The Home Doctor.
Children like a warm beverage for
breakfast and it is well for them to
have it if the drink is a food and not a
Postum is made to supply a rich nour
ishing liquid food with a crisp coffee
taste for those who cannc-band should
not use coffee. Analysis shows it to
contain about fourteen per cent of
muscle-forming elements and 6G.11 per
cent of energy and fat-producing ele
ments, whicn go to nourish and sustain
the delicate nerve centers throughout
the body and from which the vital en
ergy proceeds. '
The success of child or adult depends
largely upon 'proper sustenance for the
body. Children who depend upon the
intelligence of their elders to furnish
them with good food deserve our most
careful attention and thought.
Read "The Road to "Wellville," fjvind
in pkgs. "There's a Reason.'
People In ES Pa$o Hotels
Everthing Goes at 1-2 Price
tion; consideration, $1 and other valua
bles; dated May 18, 1910.
L H. "Vanderwerf to Lucile Benham,
warranty deed to lots 1 and 2 in block
46 of Miller's Washington park addi
tion; consideration, $1 and other valua
bles; dated May 16, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to O. S. Macy, war
ranty deed to lots 1 to 15 inclusive,
block 2 of Miller's Washington park ad
dition; consideration $1 and other valu
ables; dated May 11, 1910.
Geo. M. Lerchen to W. F. Halliday,
mining deed to the Last -Chance mine,
situated in the Black mountain district;
consideration $150; dated May S, 1910.
Bill Of Sale.
The Silver City, El Paso and South
western Telephone company to the Tri
State Telephone , & Telegraph company
bill of sale to all and singular its tele
phone properties comprising the tele
phone toll line system heretofore oper
ted by the grantors in the counties of
Luna, Grant, Sierra and Dona Ana; con
sideration $65,000; dated May 24, 1910.
Wn. T. Oliver to Clara M. Remiger.
Anselmo Lopez. ,
Carl H. Vesper, M. J. O'Brien, J. A. Cal
houn, E. Gybbon Spilsbury.
At the St Regis Al- Jacobs, J. W.
Schatt, P. L. Hosier
I' From Chicago.
At the Sheldon Frank Donnelly.
At the Orndorff Robert Fietzmann,
j Meins Unzeiter.
! From Missouri.
' At the Sheldon Fred H. West, St.
Louis: John L. Leroy. Kansas City: G.
W. Hopsley: J. "W. Malcolmson, Kan
sas City; H. C. Looy, Kansas Citj
At the Zeiger T. J. LoomU, Brawley;
H Rosenbaum, Denver.
At the Sheldon Billie Wooli. H. L.;
Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown, Bosm.
At' the St. Regis D. F. Uulan. Don
ver. Colo.; E. V. Giddings. Colorado
Springs; 1L C. DcolitUe, De:m-r.
At the O.ndorff Y. G. Egildson, Den
ver; L. A Schoolfield and wife, Den
ver. TRAPF FOUND GUILTY
Jury Acquits Son and Eather
and Concists One of the
Carrizozo, X. M., May 26. The jury
in the Trapp murder case, after being
out since 10 lat night, returned a ver
diet at 9 this morning, finding Trapp
guilty of manslaughter. J. C. TrapV
and son, John, -were acquited.
The Trapps were held on the charge
of killing deputy sheriff "W. J. McAdams
at Corona, on Jan. 81910, -when he" rode
out to their house and tried to serve
papers on one of them in a bond for
feiture case. The deputy was taken to
El Paso, where he died in a hospital aft
er undergoing an operation.
The Trapps thought their house was
being attacked by assassins.
Finds Her in Arizona and
Takes Her Back to
"Washington, D. C. May 2G. With his
prisoner. Miss Josephine Dennis, a gray
haired woman of 64, deputy marshal
Fletcher arrived here today from Clif
ton, Ariz., where he arrested her a few
days ago. The prisoner wore hand
cuffs. March 18 Miss Dennis was arrested
here on a charge of conducting a secret
saloon and gambling house in connec
tion with her dressmaking establish
ment. Fletcher, who was then not an
officer of the law became her bonds
man for 1500. Miss Dennis disappear
ed when the case was called.
Fletcher located the woman in Ari
zona, had himself appointed a deputy
marshal, went to Arizona and arrested
her as a bond jumper and fugitive. He
will save 1500.
OF THE TEACHERS
Einance Committee of School
Board Will Not Eecom-
Dr. B. M. Worsham stated Thursday
morning that the finance committee of
the school board would make no recom
mendations relative to the payment of
summer salaries and this matter will
be taken up for discussion by the whole
There will probably not be a meeting
of the school board before Monday
night, as H. A. Carpenter and W. H.
Winter are both out of town and are
not expected to return before Saturday
evening. No meeting will be held untij
Ail afternoon trains ar report
Police Chief Suspended.
Cleveland, O., May 26. Pending an
investigation of charges against him
chief of police Kohler, who has a na- ,
tlonal- reputation as the "Golden Kule
chief," was suspended by mayor 3aenr
on charges of misconduct in office and
Yonr Cold Lunch.
Is not complete without some of those
most excellent dill pickles we have in
our delicatessen department.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable prices. Over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed.
O. L. Billington, 701) Maffoffin Tel 1489 '
Dointnnff -rOTkf VionMnw f PPrtrfl till C.
i. aiuvuji ji.jw iiuiiq Of -w w - - 1,-
With some or that special blend of
Chase & Sanborn's iced tea, prepared
especially for good Iced tea. f
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Ruth Bryan In Mexico.
Mexico City, Mex., May 26. Mrs.
Ruth Bryan LeavittOwen, daughter of
W. J. Bryan. and her husband, Lieut.
R A Owpn. nf thft Ensrlish army, con
cluded their two days' visit in this city
and left last night for Veracruz, where
they will take a steamer for Havana
today. They are on their wedding jour- .
ney. which will end In Jamaica, where j
Lieut. Uwen is stauonea.
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Grebe cleans clothes. 418 N. Oregon.
When dt is fresh vegetables you want,
we beat them all. Every known veget
able fresh from the garden is here every
morning. Come in and see how nice we
Jackson Sanitary Grocery,
To Who-m It May Concern.
As a sanitary precaution and protec
tion, the TJ. S. Public Health and M..H.
S- prohibits the importation from for
eign parts, fruits of all kind and vege-
ables and all such articles tnat are in
any way decayed or liable to become so
In the transit to any points in the
Tjnited States. These restrictions ro xaKe
effect on the 1st or June, laiu, uum
such time as trost appeals.
K. Alexander a. burg. .r. a. cc al. n. a.
Acquitted of Murder.
Slavs Landing. X. J-, May 26. Wil
llam Swler. charged with the murder
of Jane Adams, on Million Dollar pier J
at Atlantic City last February, was last
night acquitted. The jury was out a
little more than five hours.
Dr. Cameron dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
Everything: You Want.
Whatever yyu desire for your table
or your appetite craves, we have it.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. Cameron for reliable dentistry.
Aborted Fruit Drops, 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell ourNjwn
make of delicious 25 cents a pound as
sorted fruit drops for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
To Prevent a Strike. I
Denver. Colo., May 2C. P.epresenta- i
tives of 14 railway systems of the west
met in Denver and decided to put into
effect at once an increase of wages of
3 cents an hour for yardmen and apply
the working rules and changes in con
ditions adopted at the meeting of the
General Managers' association and now
in effect in Chicago and eastern yards.
This decision, it is presumed, will avert
the threatened strike. v
Chase & Sanborn's special
tea. Jackson's, phone 353.
Alamo Inn, 314 S. El Paso St. Finest
furnished room in city.
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags,
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Assorted Fruit Drops, 13 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound as
sorted fruit drops for 15 cents a pound.
Fatter Drucr Co.
Many a guod lunch goes out every
day from Jackson's delicatessen depart
ment Phone 353 will tell you what is
Mines to Resume.
St. Louis, Mo., May 2G. Forty-two
coal mine operators in the Belleviila
district have voted to accept the terms
of the striking coal miners in Illinois
and to secede from the Illinois Coal
Photo Showing. San Antonio St.
With the comet In the eastern sky
are on exhibition at the International
Book Store: also Stuart's studio. Stuart
Dr. Willis R. Smith, . Skin genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Washington, D. C, May 26. A rec
ord delivery of parcels post package
has been reported to the postmaster
general. The package was placed in
the mails at Bremen, Germany, on Maj
2, and delivered to the addressed at
Seattle, Wash., on May 14 12 days.
This Is the best time ever reported of
mail of this character.
Dr. Gray, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
205 Caples Bldg., 2nd floor.
Xollce Iiiuly Maccabees.
Yon are requested to meet at K. P.
hall at 3 p. m.t on Friday, May 27 to
attend the funeral of Lady Belle Young.
Funeral from Peak & Lyons undertak
ing parlors at 3:30.
Rosalie M. Ashley, R. K. '
Are now at the union depot at all
times. Please call for them.
Home Made Cakes.
"We keep right on supplying nearly
all the tables in El Paso Tvlth Mrs. Dan
Kelly's home made cakes. Tou don't
know how nice they are until you had
one, only 75 cents each, fresh baked
every morning. All kinds.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Fislt Trust Indictments.
San Francisco. Calif., May 2C. Indict
ments against 20 officials of San Fran
cisco wholesale fish firms, comprising'
I YOUNG FE
V.v.vy L WAfe
for . .
We are sole agents for the Globe Tailoring Co. They make
hand tailored clothes, and we guarantee the fit.
the socalled fish trust of this cit, ".'ere
returned by the grand jury last even
ing. If you want good barbecue you can
get get it at the El Paso Barbecue, 309
Texas street. Phone Auto I486.
AIRDOME COMPANY MAKES GOOD.
The second performance of the Ollie
Mack company Wednesday night was
a remarkable imorovement over the
i flrgt Qn Tuesdav Qish Tne big house
&l the Alrdome was agreeably surprised
at the sraoothness of the performance
and sel(om nas a better pleased audi-
OIL1E M VCK.
ence e er left tl e Airdome. The show
went with a snap that it lacked the
night before, and there was more unit3
of action on the part of the cast, in
cluding the chorus.
Several of the faults found with the
performers on the opening night were
improved, and there was no stage fright
apparent with any of them.
A specialty was added last night that
was a big hit. It was the whistling
solo by Miss Florence Russel. She can
whistle -with the best of whistlers
The principals all sang in better note
and so they could be heard with eae.
The company put in a lot of time on
Wednesday in rehearsal and Wednes
day night it did not seem like the same
organization of the "night before. If
the performers keep up their work, on a
par with Wednesday night, the lovers
of musical comedy will have cause for
congratulation tluit the Mack company
is here for the summer. All of the
I numbers were heartily applauded, there
were no waits, and something was do
ing every minute; in fact it "went" like
a musical comedy ought to go.
The performance will run the rest
! of the week and ought to draw a good
house every night.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM HAPPY IIOITR
There will be a complete change of
program at the HaDpy Hour tonight
and the same bill will continue for the
remainder of the week. Owing to the
requests that have been made upon the
management, the "Jeffries-Johnson"
fight pictures will be seen again to
night and for the remainder of the
The vaudeville show tonight will in
clude Harry Mitchell, the black face
comedian: sine Colonial Due in a new
act; Radwin and Whitesides in singing
Next week the bill will include six
AT THE 3IAJESTIC.
The new program at the Majestic cer
tainly made good last night and enter
tained a good crowd. T-he talking pic
ture, "A Trap for Santa Claus," made
a hit and the other pictures on the bill
are "A Voice from the Fireside." and
"The Strong Man," full of comedy. There
- - ' -
A Skin of tteauty gggy trgry.?..
,R. T. Felix Gouraua's Oriontal
Cream or Magical Beautiflor.
Beajoves Tan. Pimplw.
Frecilea, Jloth Patches,
Bash, und kln Diseases
ana every Diemisn
on beauty, and tie
fies detection. It
has stood tne test
of 62 yecrs. and
la bo harmless we
taste It tobesurelt
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of eimllar
nans. Dr. L. A.
Sajre said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient; :
"As you ladti."
will use them.
'Gouraud'Cream' as the least harmful of all the
eMn preparations." For sale by all druggists and Fancy
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe
FERD.T.HOPXINS, Prop.. 37 Bred Janes Slnst, KewTcilt
I r .!fti.Jti". .!" - x .-
1 Jx5J2Ji 'j! t -xwcsiijl
12 Wfr M
Depend on us for the new
things in young men's
hats and fimiishings. We
have just received a new
lot of hats with snap and
dash to them. They're the
kind that keep their shape
until worn out.
We Are Offering Special
for Thursday, Friday and
Saturday on the following
Underwear, A beautiful
qo Toe sellers, doc, or -j (f
Shirts, worth $1.25 and $1.50,
215 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
are always two shows nightly and the
prices remain alwajs the same 10 and
XATATORIOI OPEXS SATURDA1T.
The lovers of bathing will be glad
to hear that the nool at the park will
open for the season Saturday at 1
oclock. Everything is In readiness and
many improvements have been addeu
this season. The water will be heated
this year, as the heating apparatus has
been completed and Is now In fine shape.
At the theater new moving pictures
are shown every night and all the ofcer
concessions are running.
CRYSTAL'S FEATURE PICTURE.
"Be sure you are right, then go
ahead," said Davy Crockett, the greatest
of all American trappers. The Selig
company has taken the incidents in the
life of Davy Crockett and produced a fea
ivre picture which will be shown at
the Crystal tonight. It is said to be an
J exceptionally interesting picture.
The feature at the Wigwam will be a
biograph production, "Love Among the
Roses," a story of the never, never land
with beautiful views taken in Califor-
' nia. The Shriner parade at New Or
, leans will be shown at the Wigwam
T Eradicate Skin Bashes
Skin rashes or redness that annear
on your face, hands, arms, legs, baclc
or body should be treated at once wltn
Littell s Liquid Sulphur Compound. Not
only are they bad themselves, but Ec
zema often starts witn these symptoms. !
I nless you ve had Eczema you can't
conceive cf the horrible itching, burn
ing, maddening pain. Whether you're
just at the beginning or far along In
your suuering kittens J-iiquia sulphur
I Compound will stop all itching instant-
ly and eradicate the disease by pene
trating the pores and killing all
germs. Be3t treatment for sk.n dis
eases Eczema, rashes, pimples, sores,
hives, pnckly heat, etc. Sample bottle
sent postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-SuJphur
o.. St. Louis. Mo. 1
) ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Independent Asss Offio i
S ESTA3LISHCO 1 80. '
D. Y Recxeaet. E JL, Froprieter. '
5gx Ageizz jer urs snippers Assays ana
sza uncnucal Ancuusis. Mines txomine
2fSS5' tr.d Reported Upon. Bullion Work s.
II Specialty. v fiQ
VKns -tryA TiVr.i
d?? cr- Ssa Fraadcs & Ci&a?is Sis.
ZL PASO. TEXAS.
Costosn Assay Office
CaiTOHSTT t FKKGUSOX,
ilcceszors to Hughes & Critchett.
savers. Chcaalsts. ifatallurslatx.
if Aaata for Or Shippers.
S22i San Fisnclscs St. Phsaa SSL
to Ellis Bldg.
110 S. Oregon
Ellis Bros. Printing Co.
Scott & Thornton
""""'"' !' if 'i ' "I'lfll '' v-rrn tn.g
AND FRESH FIELD, GABDI& AND FLOWEB
CALL OH 0
TSHtD AKD dHHTJAHUA STKBST3
HAY, aEAIN, FIiOTJH ABD FEED
OLDEST A&D STRONGEST
Less Cruces Hew MexSco
line of ties, regular 50c and
. ti? JL jrJ
INURED BULLDOG FOUND.
Officer Tillman, on the plaza beat,
found a buHdog lying in the street early
T&ur3day morning, ' apparently fatally
hurt as a result "of a wound near the
Mp. G. M. Miller, who was passing in
'his automobile, carried the animal to
a veterinary surgeon, where the bruises
were given attention. The owner of the
dog may claim it.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten
the breath and create a healthy appetite.
They promote the flow of gastric juice,
thereby inducing good digestion. Sold
by all dealer.
Galveston, Key West and
Superior Passenger Accoramodatfona
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED-
NESBAY AND SATURDAY AT
1 Wednesday Steamers Call ei Key
1 West, Fla., making connection for
poiirts in Florida and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freight
I For (particulars as to reservations,
I rates, etc., see your ticket agent or
S. T. DeMILT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and from Europe
COOL SUMMER CRUISES
VIA SMOOTH "INSIDE PASSAGE"
Only Seven Cruises; Number of Passengers
Limited; Best Reserve Berth Quickly.
FARE SIOO AND UPWARDS
INCLUDING BERTH AND MEALS
S Write for folder ccntaialnz- largs picture
of famous MUIR GLACIER, free. Addicts. 1
"TICKET AGENT," PACIFIC COAST S. S. CO.
653 MARKET ST. (PafattHofe!)SAN FRANCISCO
Crystal Well Water
A soft, pure water direct from the
well to consumer everv morning.
CRYSTAL WELL WATER CO,
Bell Phone 32S3.
S. S. Xichols, Msr.