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EL FASQ HERALD
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Thursday. Mav 26. 1910.
You cannot be too
particular about the
kind of meat you eat,
especially during the
summer and the high
cost of living should remind you that you cannot af
ford to pay too high prices for meat. For those two
reasons your orders should come here. We sell only
the most select meats and at let-live prices. Send us
a trial order tomorrow and you will become a regular
SPECIALS FOE SATURDAY.
Prime rib roast, per lb 15c
Shoulder roast,, per lb. ' 10c
Home dressed hens, dressed and drawn, per lb 25c
WEINER WURST MADE DAILY.
Bell Phone 136.
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and Intra Decree.
Arthur Hornblow cc na iZ w -r Ray WalteTS
A Narrative Ur metropolitan Life I i f
I I Copyright, 1910. by O. W. Dillingham Co. 1 5
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Almost angrily he an-
China Silk Waists
213 N. Stanton St.
SYNOPSIS Or.' PREVIOUS CHAPTERS.
Howard Jeffries marries waitress
while at college and is disinherited oy
rich father. Stepmother visits apart
ments of her old flame, Robert Under
wood, to try to prevent him ending his,
life when pressed by creditors. Howard,
visiting Underwood, a former college
mate, seeking a loan, is asleep in the
apartments during the interview ana
as stepmother leaves, Underwood shoots
himself. Howard awakens and is ar
rested and. by police third degree meth
ods, is made to confess to the crime.
His wife seeks aid of his family. Goes
to see husband at prison. He tells her
he is not guilty.
"No," repeated the judge, shaking
his head, "there's something strange
(Continued From Yesterday.)
tried to bribe her to go to "some other
lavt-yer, but it wouldn't worlr."
"Well, something ought to be done
to stop her annoying us!" exclaimed
Alicia, indignantly. "Mr. Jeffries suf
fers terribly. I can hear him pacing
up and down the library till three or
four in the morning. Poor man, he
suffers so keenly and he won't let any
one sympathize with him. He won't
let me mention his son's name. I feel
we ought to do something. Try and
persuade him to let me see this girl
and you are his friend as well as his
Judge Brewster bowed.
"Your husband is a very old friend.
Mrs. Jeffries. I can't disregard his
wishes entirely "
There was a knock at the door of
in the whole affair. I don't believe t the private office.
A TWEXTY STORY HOTEL
FOR CITY OF DALLAS.
Adolphus Busch Agrees to Erect a Mil
lion Dollar Structure for
Dallas, Tex.. May 26. Says The
Adolphus Busch, or St. Xiouls. will
build a 20 story hotel in Dallas to cost
51,000,000 and be the finest establish
ment of the kind In the south, provided
certain arrangements are made, which
representatives of the chamber of com
merce assured him would be readily
This announcement was made by
mayor S. J. T-ay. after he returned from
Mr. Busch agreed that he would build
a 20 story hotel, to cost $1,000,000 and
to be the finest structure of the kind
In the south, under certain conditions.
These conditions were that some of the
leading citizens of Dallas should be
come interested In the enterprise, evi
dencing their faith in the investment,
makins: It a local institution and se-
,1-Iyi ca. -?r if- 1ral crnnrt TrUl TT Trrn s i
assured by Mr. Bolanz and 2$t. Llnds
ley that these conditions would be eas
ily and readily met.
DEAD HORSE CAUSES
Capt. Hugh A. Drura, adjutant of the
23rd Infantry at Fort Bliss, has been
granted a leave of absence for one
month and 14 days after July 1.
Howard had any hand in it."
"But he confessed!" exclaimed
The judge shook his head.
"That's nothing," he sdid. "There
have been many Instances of untrue
confessions. A famous affair of the
kind was the Boorn case in Vermont.
Two brothers confessed having killed
their brother-in-law and described
how they destroyed the body, yet
some time afterward the murdered
Death at EI Paso Fair Last Fall of Fine
Animal, Slakes Special Law
Necessary to Save a Cus-
Washington, D. C, May 2G. The ways
and means c ommittee of the house today
had to consider seriously the question
of a horse that died in Texas. Nothing
less than trie Payne-Aldrich law forced
the committee to go into the question,
although the merits of this mucli dis
cussed measure were In no way in
volved. Mormon colonists in Mexico imported
a blooded horse for show purposes at
the El Paso fair and gave bond to the
federal government for the animal's re
turn to Mexico -within a year, in order
to avoid paying tariff duties as imposed
by the law. Unfortunately, however,
the horse died during the fair and the
owners, unable to return him to Mexico,
were liable under their bond for the
P.epi esentative Smith, of Texas, intro- j had been too much for a weak mind.
duced a bill for their relief and the
ways and means committee lias reported
"Come in," called the judge.
The door opened and the head
clerk entered, ushering in Howard
Jeffries, Sr. The banker, still aristo
cratic and dignified, but looking tired
and careworn, advanced into the room
and shook hands with the judge, who
greeted him with a cordial smile.
There was no response on the bank
er's face. Querulously he demanded:
"Brewster, what's that woman doing
out there again? It's not the first
man turned up alive and well. The I time I've met her in this office."
object of the confession, of course, Alicia looked up eagerly. "Is she
was to turn the verdict from murder j out there now?" she cried,
to manslaughter, the circumstantial "What right has she to come here?
evidence against them having been ' What's her object?" went on the
so strong. In the days, of witchcraft j banker irritatedly. v
the unfortunate women accused of I The lawyer shrugged his shoulders,
being witches were often urged b3r ' "The same old thing," he replied,
relatives to confess as being the only "She wants me to take her case."
way of escape open to them. Ann
Foster, at Salem, in 1692, confessed
that she was a witch. She said the
devil appeared to her in the shape of
a bird, and that she attended a meet
ing of witches at Salem village. She
was not insane, but the horror of
the accusation brought against her
"Moral force is moral force. 1
mean persuasion, of course. Good
God, why can't people understand
these things as I do?"
The judge said nothing, but turned
to examine some papers on his desk.
He hardly liked the inference that he
could not see things as plainly as
other people, but what was the use
of getting irritated? He couldn't af
ford to quarrel with one of his best
Alicia looked at her husband anx
iously. Laying her hand on his arm,
she said soothingly:
"Perhaps if I were to see her "
Mr. Jeffries turned angrily.
"How can you think of such a
thing? I can't permit my wife to
come in contact with a woman of
that character." '
Judge Brewster, who ws listening
in spite of the fact that he was seem
ingly engrossed in his papers, pursed
"Oh, come," he said with a forced
laugh, "she's not as bad as all that!"
"I'm sure she isn't," said Alicia, em
phatically. "She must b'e amenable
(TO BE CONTINUED)
OLDEST GRADUATE OF THE
ASHABLE silk waists for midsummer
wear will be the special' Friday item in
''the Waist Dept. The entire lines, consisting of
twent' or more excellent models, have been di
vided into two lots, each marked at a very spe
At 4 69 Sin t
rkl t3U black Habu
tai silk waists in plain
tailormade or fancy
trimmed styles ; checked
and striped silks made
in very pretty styles,
with Dutch collar of
baby Irish lace or Bat
tenberg; values up to
$7.50 are included in
Af 1 fiQ unusually
-Mi JMI? neat styles
in plain tailormade and
pleated effects, made of
excellent quality Habii
tai s.'Ik in white and
black. Very desirable
garments for travelers.
The real, values ar up
London, Eng.( May 26. The royal so
ciety of arts has elected llr. Roose
velt a life member. The first American
member of the society was Benjamin
Make no mistake 7ee only those rntdi
ernes the. hesl doctors endorse. Consult
f your own doctor freely. &$&?
Tired? Just as tired in the morning as at
night? Things look dark? Lack nerve
power? Just remember this: Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is a strong tonic, entirely
free from alcohol. It puts red corpuscles
into the blood ; gives steady, even power
to the nerves strengthens the digestion.
John Chas. Fremont
A Head of T
This man made history for the West. '
Here is a famous smoke that has made history for the
Howard's confession may possibly he
due to some such influence."
"I hope for his poor father's sake,"
said Alicia, "that you may be right
and that he may be proved innocent,
but everything is overwhelmingly
against him. I think you are the only
one in New York to express such a
"Don't forget his wife," remarked
the judge, dryly.
"No," she replied. "I really feel
sorry for the girl myself. Will you
give her some money if I "
The lawyer shook his head.
"She won't take it. I tried it She
wants me to defend her husband I
The banker frowned. .
"Didn't you tell her it was impos
sible?" "That makes no difference,"
laughed the juage. "She comes just
the same. I've sent her away a dozen
times. What am I to do if she in
ciefe rn rrm ncr9 TKTo Ami'f VinTn "Vhit
arrested. She doesn't break the furni- J
j ture or beat the ofuce boy. She sim
ply sits and waits.
Pasadena, Cai.5 May 26. Capt. "John
Pembroke Jones, until today the oldest
living- graduate of the United States
I naval academy at Annapolis, and a
veteran of the Mexican and civil war?,
died at his home here, aged 85 years.
I He was born in Virjrinia in 1S25 and
; was appointed to Annapolis naval acad- j
i accepted service with the Confederacy.
! At the famous battle between the
i Monitor and Merrimac. Jones served as j
l ftveniiMvp nffippr on th Mfirnmae. UUlUtA
Following the war he accepted serv
ice with the Argentine republic and sur
veyed the harbor and mouth of the Rio
Ie La Plata. )
A brother, Col. Thomas M. Jones, is
i:i Prescott. Ariz.
"Have you told her that I object to j Some straight talk
I PIIESBVTKKIA.N 3IEETIAG.
Atlantic City, In J. Ala- 2J- Tli- ju
dicial committee of the general assem
1 lj' of the Prbyt'iiian 'lurch has com
pleted the hearing of the committee of
her coming here?"
"I have," replied th
"but she has overrul
tion." With a covert
ed, "You know we can't1
Mr. Jeffries shrugged
"You can certainly use
"What do you mean
force?" demanded the lawyer.
Mr. Jeffries threw up his hands as
if utterly disgusted with the whole
ile he add-
TELLS OF FRAUDS
IN SUGAR WEIGHING
Witness Says He TTas a
Darrrphool But Wanted to
Protect Dead Man.
New York, X. T.. May 26. Oliver
Spitzer. former superintendent of the
docks of the American Sugar Refining
BRIDGES AT DEL
RIO OVER RIVER
Congress May Grant Be
quest Xew Mexico and
Washington, D. C. May 26. Repre
sentative "W. R. Smith's bill f or , the
construction of too railroad bridges
RULE POLICE tion of a series of attacks against the
CHIEF IS IX TROUBLE, police chief. After he had. been In-
.i....nj. vx. uu auaycusiuu, ixuemer exclaimed:
3Ian Called Best Police Chief In America
By Roo.nevclt, I Facing: Ser
ministers in the New York nresbvt?rv
heresy case. i
During the afernon session of the
assembly a resolution touching upon
the temperance question was introduced
bj- Homer L. Castle, of Pittsburg. The
Rev. D. H. Sharp of Red Bluff. Cal.,
"I know Jome excellent Presbyterian
ministers and laymen who drink wine,
and they are as good as we are."
There was a chorus of "No" from the
commissioners, followed by hissing.
"Well, anyway," Dr. Shard said, "they
would not hiss a man who has courage
enough to stand up in the open and give
Cleveland, O., May 26. Chief of po
lice Frederick Koehjer, known through
out the country as the "Golden Riilc"
chief and lauded by Roosevelt as tba
best chief in the countrywas supendd
Wednesday by mayor Baehr on charges
of gross immorality, habitual drunken
ness and disobedience of orders.
The tentative date of Tuesday has
been set for Koehler's trial by the civil
service commission and the statements
by Koehler and his assurers today point
to the development of sensational tes
timony which may involve many of the
city's prominent men.
Koehler has intimated that he In
tends to fight the charges to a finish
and that if he is disgraced he will not
bo the only one to fall.
Among the charges brought against
"These charges are the work of the
character snatchers, grave robbers and
blackmailers who have been after me
Chief Koehler joined the police force
as a patrolman 14 years ago. Under
mayor Johnson his rise was rapid. He
was appointed chief in 1903 and sinca
then has attracted national attention
by his policy of the Golden Rule.
Briefly, this policy was that in the
case of minor offences, such, as intoxi
cation or disorderly conduct, it was bet
ter to admonish the offender and per
suade him to go home than to arrest
him. His opponents have accused Koeh
ler of Increasing criminality by this
EL PASO AX'S SISTER DIES.
Temple. Tex.. May 26. At the resi
dence of her mother, Mrs. J. E. Moore,
-company explained why he did not con-, b th K c M Q Jo
fess during the trial that ended last
February with his being sentenced to Grande at Del Rio was reported favor-
two years at Atlanta.
Such a confession, he declared on the
sfand would 'have carried him to the
cemetery." In other words, he would
have implicated a dead man Henry O.
Havemeyer, late head of the Sugar
Spitzer was under cross-examination
Delegate Andrews introduced
that $1500 be appropriated for
of about 606,0SP
zona, which wac.
in 1901 for
in Yavapai a
located in I,
land in th
""ca ritory recoi
gation if the underflow is sufficien toother trar--for
irrigation in Chaves county. u for soVri r
Andrews had an interview with the j
secretary of the treasury for an in-
ears ne nas Deen ai me neaa oi ine
police force, he has utilized the detec
tive force to collect facts concerning
officials and others to be used in the
j event he was attacked.
An area J
FOREST LVAD RESTORED: XEW
Jl,.Vlt.W HJilKU.- i,Iil la.U. Un ,.., Y,r,va: OT-ft tho lT,nn
.A. 11C7 JiUVltb V.A 3" - . VfMU
by the '
nd lies j
- The !
; and Co-
Whiting. She was a daughter of Jona
than E. Moore, the founder of Tem
ple. Will E. Moore, of Temple, secre
tary of the waterworks commjlssion.
and J. Freeman Moore, of El Paso, are
co Ji.job acres of
uce-c land aistrict
lrnds. The ter-
o lands in lieu of
v.'li h u was entitled
which had been
by the defence at the trial of Charles I vestigation of the object of the removal j RL'SSIAXS M!S?RKTED IX
R. Helke, secretary-treasurer of the J of the surgeon in charge of Mescalero J THIJ HIAWAIIAX ISLAXDS.
American Sugar Refining company, who J indian reservation. . xe York, Ma;y -6. Two New York
f CIGARETTES "
are made of tobacco taken from the fertile fields of the
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues" are now packed in Piedmont packages. .-
Piedzzcn.2 Cigarettes are packed in TIS$ FOIL
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
308 San Antonio St.
SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS EEUFFEL & ESSEE CO, OF N. Y.
with five subordinates is charged with
conspiracy to defraud the government
by under weighing sugar.
"What did you say when advised to
confess?" asked Clarence Lexow, for the
"I said the only confession I can
make will carry me Into a cemetery and
Mr. Stimson (the government prosecu
tor) does not want that."
"You are referring to Henry O. Have
meyer?" asked the lawyer.
"Yes, I am," said Spitzer.
He said he had met H. O. Havemeyer
two or three times and that Ernest W.
Gerbracht, former refinery superintend
ent, another of the defendants, had made
his reports direct to Havemeyer. The
frauds, he insisted, had begun before
Ills time, although he worked on the
docks 29 years, ne admitted that the
steel springs used to manipulate the
scales on the docks were his invention.
"Why did you not tell the truth In
the first place?" he was asked.
"Every time I 3ook in a mirror I see a
damphool," was the reply. I was a
fool not to do it. but I was ashamed to
let anyone know that I did these things.
My credit was good, and I did not want
people to know that I was fool enough
to do these things for nothing. I got
nothing out of it.
"Another reason why I committed
perjury was because I thought nothing
could happen to the Sugar trust. We
all thought the Sugar trust was so
strong that the government could not
do anything with dt."
Cameron's bill to donate a section of
land to Lowell observatory in Coconino
national forest was called up by Flint
and passed in the senate.
BURGLARY IX ATTEMPT
TO STEAL EVIDEXCE
Chicago, May 26. A sensational turn
was given the Lee O'Neill Browne al
leged bribery trial here late today when
it became known that an attempt was
made during the noon recess to burg
larize judge McSurely's court room in
the criminal court building.
A lock on the main door had been,
jammed so badly that it was necessary
to remove it before the door could be re
opened. Whoever attempted to secure
access to important papers by breaking
into the court room had apparently been
frightened away by attaches of the
Judge McSurely, states attorney Way
man and his assistants, laywers for the
defence, court -stenographers and news
paper men were all at lunch when too
attempt was made.
lawyers and the editor of a Russian pa
per of this city vill go to Washington
today to seek uio from the department
of commerce and tAbor in the cause of
Russian peasants Who have been im
ported from SiberiaS to the Hawaiian Is
lands to work on jugar plantations in
place of Japanese.
Those in charge o the movement say
that the Russians Slave been treated
virtually as slaves, thrown into jail on
trumped up chargess threatened and
maltreated by the police, and many of
them left destitute ai?d starving.
Stomach Blood and
Much sickness starts with weak stomach, and consequent
poot, impoverished blood. Nervous and pele-people lack
good, rich, red blood. Their stomachs need inviforaiii
for, aftr all, a man can be no stronger than, his stomach.
A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver
active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives
out disease-producing bacteria and cures a whole multi
tude of diseases.
Get ridf yonr Stomach Weakness and
Liver Laziness by taking a coarse of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
the great Stomach Restorative, Liver
Jnvigorator and Blood Gleanser.
You can't afford o accept any medicine' of sninotDH
- composition as a subsLmte for "Golden Medical Discov
ery," which is a medicine of known composition, having
a complete list of ingreents in plain English on its bottle-wrapper,
same being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Peltets regulate and Invigorate Stomach, Liver asi Bowels.
IIOFF.MAX ASKS TO E
coxsidekeId A CANDIDATE
San Antonio. Texas,May 26. Adolph
Hoffman, candidate foV the state senate '
from the 25th district. has filed appli- i
cation with chairman. Storey of the j
state Democratic executive committee, !
for a place on the ballb-t. His platform
includes municipal ownership of El
PROTECTION DEMANDED FOR
MEX WHO WILL WORK.
SaJIda, Colo., May 26. Fearing an
outbreak among the -striking smelter
men, officials of the Colorado-Ohio
Smelting and Hefiuing company have
called upon sheriff Brewster for depu
ties to protect the plant and homes of
workmen who had signified their inten
tion of returning to work. Ten deputies
were sent to Salida last night.
The strikers demand an eight hour
day without decrease of present wages.
FOR THE WOMAX THAT'S FAT.
A Detroit physician says that the
cheapest and safest mixture a fat wo
man who wants to get thin can us is
ounce Marmola (get it in the orig
inal -ounce package), ounce Flu;J
Extract Cascara Aromatic and 3Vi
ounces Peppermint Water. The proper
amount to take is a teaspoonful after
meals and at bedtime.
These ingredients may be obtained
from any druggist at small cost, and
make a combination that Is not on'y
excelent as a fat reducer, being ?ble,
it is claimed, to take off a pound a day
without causing wrinkles, but is also
a. yieimia neip io tne system as.
-vnole. regulating the stomach
iiiivk i wiiMrp tna Tor it rw't ..-.
bles besrin). and clear! ns- t qih f l the Rev. Dr. C. X. Dubs, superintendent
iJiiiipief) .ma uioicnes. .so exercise is
CAPT. BROOKES OPERATED
UPOX FOR APPENDICITIS.
Roswell, N. M., May 26. Capt. A. S.
Brookes, of Santa Fe, adjutant general
of the New Mexican National Guard,
was seized with an acute attack of ap
pendicitis while attending the com
mencement exercises of the New Mexico
Military institute here Wednesday Ho
was operated upon last night.
Philadelphia, May 26. A cablegram
'"i j stating that missionaries at present are
l-.?, I nt in peril, was received here from
required to help the remedy in its work
and, best of all, no dieting is neces
sary while takinc it you can eat what
of the mission of the United Evangelical
church at Changsha, China. The cable
gram also said that the outlying mis
stnns hful not been distiirhoil iluninc- V
1 recent trouble
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At Restaurants, hotels and fountains.
Deh'cipus, invigorating and sustaining.
Keepit on your sideboard at home.
, Don't travel without it.
A quick kfnch prepared in a minute.
Others are imitation
Go one route and return another or '
On sale daily, Limit 9 months.
NUMEROUS STOPOVERS ALLOWED.
Low Summer Eates to All Points
After June 1st.
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
St. Regis Hotel Building.
Tabor's Metal W
keep out sand, Dim and wind i Oral g, O'DoiMeH & 0o., 6in. Agis.
the doors and iadom, s. Phcne BeH chamber of Commerce Bid.
BIG LINE TO SELECT FROM.
INS 7 R UMENTS
PRICES RIGHT. MAIL ORDERS WANTED
J i Anything: You Want in the Drac Litk
Koehler is one that during" the seven occurred the death of Mrs. Fred D. i