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I See the Windows
1 Would upset traditions and shock the
season when everything we sell is in big demandr JNever mind. We must
have more room, we're going to expand and take in the next store room, but
before we can let the contractor take possession we must sell some goods.
Therefore we are cutting prices on brand new stuff, just received. Don't
wonder wh we do this come in and get some of it.
'-These Goods Are AlLNew; Just When You Need Them; See Priees-v
Wilson Bros, Shirts, $2.50, now $1.75
Wilson Bros. Shirts, $2.00, now $1.60
HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS; EVERYTHING IN THE
Positively" No Goods
Charged at These
SYNOPSIS OTS PREVIOUS CHAPTERS.
Howard Jeffries marries -waitress I
while at college and is dipinherited Dy j
rich father. Stepmother visits apart- J
ments of her old ilame, Robert Under-"-wood,
to try to prevent him ending his I
life when, pressed by creditors. Howard, i
visiting Underwood, a former college
mate, seeking a loan, is asleep in the
apartments during the interview ana
es stepmother leaves, Underwood shoots
himself. Howard awakens and is ar
rested and. by i&pJice third degree meth
ods, is made to confess to ine crime.
His wife seeks aid of his family. Goes
to see husband at prison. He tells her
oe is not guilty.
(Continued From Testerday.X
' She put her handkerchief to her
iface to conceal her agitation. Could
at be possible that the judge was go
ling to act, after all, in defiance of hei
liusband's wishes? If that were true,
what wouldLbecome of her? Conceal
ment would be no longer possible
JDipcovery of her clandestine visit to
Underwood's apartment that fata)
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Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
101-103 El Paso Street.
Take a Kodak with you.
Brownie Cameras, $1 to $9.
Kodaks, $5 to $50.
FRED J. FELDMAN
We Told You
Panama Hats, $12.50, now $9.00
Panama Hats, $ 8.00, now $6.50
Panama Hats, $ 5.00, now $3.75
Felt Hats, $3.00, now $1.95
Straw Hats, $3.00, now $2.25
Straw Hats, $4.00, now $3.00
Straw Hats, $5.00, now $3.75
50c Ties, now 35c
$1.00 Ties, now 50c
Discount of $5.00 Allowed On Any Tailor Made Suit Ordered During Our Expansion Sale
5 me m
night must come Howard might still
be the murderer, Underwood might
not have committed suicide, but her
Visit to his rooms at midnight would
become known. -Judge Brewster was
not the man to be deterred by diffi
culties once he took up a case. He
would see the importance of finding
the mysterious woman who went se
cretly to Underwood's rooms that
night of the tragedy.
"He consulted only his own feel
ings," went on Annie. "He believes in
Howard, and he's going to defend
Alicia looked at her anxiously as if
trying to read what might be in her
mind. Indifferently she went on:
"The papers say there was a quar
rel about you, that you and Mr. Un
derwood were too friendly. They im
plied that Howard was jealous. Is
"It's all talk," cried Annie indig
nantly "nothing but scandal lies !
El Paso, Texas.
Tji ni f "
You "Going, If I a I
town. Why are we
Wilson Bros. Shirts, $1.50, now $1.15
Wilson Bros. Shirts, $1.00 and $1.25 85c
$2.50 Ties, now $1.50
Underwear, $4.00 suit, now $3.00
Underwear, $3.00 suit, now $2.40
Underwear, $2.50 suit, now $1.95
B. V. D. Underwear, now 40c
Genuine Scriven Drawers, now. 65c
25c and 35c Hose, now 3 pair for 50c
50c Hose, now 35c
75c Hose, now
There's not a word of truth in it.
Howard never had a jealous thought
of me and as for me why I've al
ways worshiped the ground he walk'd
on. Didn't he sacrifice everything for
my sake? Didn't he quarrel with his
father for me? Didn'tfhe marry me?
Didn't he try to educate and make a
lady of me? My God! do you sup
pose I'd give a man like that cause
for jealousy? What do the newspa
pers care? They print cruel state
ments that cut into a woman's heart,
without giving it a thought, without
knowing or caring whether it's true
or not, as long as it interests and
amuses their readers. "You you don't
really believe I'm the cause of his
misfortunes, do you?"
Alicia shook her head as she an
"No, I don't. Believe me, I don't.
You were right when you said that at
such a time as this one woman should
stand by another. I'm going to stand
by you. Let me be your friend, let
me help you." Extending hex hand,
she said: "Will you?"
Annie grasped the proffered hand.
It was the first that had been held
out to her in her present trouble. A
lump rose in her throat. Much af
fected, she said:
"It's the first kind word that " She
stopped and looked closely for a mo
ment at Alicia. Then she went on:
"It's the queerest thing, Mrs. Jeff
ries, but it keeps coming into my
mind. Hosard told me that while he
was at Underwood's that dreadful
night he thought he heard your voice.
It must have been a dream, of course,
EAT AND GET THIN.
This is turning an old phrase face
about but modern methods of reducing"
fat have made this revision possible.
If you are overfat and also averse to
physical exertion and likewise fond of
the table and still want to reduce your
excess flesh several pounds, do this: Go
to your druggist lor write the Marmola
Co., 737 Farmer Bldg., Detroit, Mich.)
and give him (or send them) 75 cents, i
For this modest amount of money the
druggist will put you In the way of Sat
isfying your ambition for a nice, trim,
slim figure. He will hand you a' large
case of Marmola Prescription Tablets
(compounded in accordance with the fa
mous Marmola Prescription), one ot
which you must take after each meal
and at bedtime until you begin to lose
your fat at the rate of 12 to 16 ounces a
day. That is all. Just go on eating
what you like, leave exercising to the
athletes, but take your little tablet
faithfully and without a doubt That
fl.' bby flesh will quickly take unto 'It
self wings, leaving behind it your nat
ural pelf, neatly clothed in firm flesh
arid trim muscles.
doing it, right in
STORE ON SALE
Bring the Cash With
You and Secure These
yet he thought he was suro of iL
Your voice that's queer,! isn't it?
Why what's the matter?"
Alicia had grown death!? pale and
staggered against a chair Annie ran
to her aid, thinking she was 111.
"It's nothing - nothing 5 ' stam
mered Alicia, recovering herself.
Fearing she had said something to
hurt her feelings, Annie said sympa
thetically: "I haven't said anything- -anything
out of the way have I? If I have I'm
sorry awfully sorry. I'm afraid I
I've been very rude and you've been
"No, no!" interrupted Alicia quick
ly. "You've said nothing done noth
ing you've had a great deal to bear
a great deal to bear, l understand
that perfectly." Taking her compan
ion's hand in hers, she went on:
"Tell me, what do they say about the
woman who went to see Robert Un
derwood the night of the tragedy?"
"The police can't find her we don't
know who she is." Confidently she
went on: "But Judge Brewster will
find her. We have a dozen detectives
searching for her. Capt. Clinton ac
cused me of being the woman you
know he doesn't like me."
The banker's wife was far too busy
thinking of the number of detectives
employed to find the missing witness
to pay attention to the concluding
sentence. Anxiously she demanded:
"Supposing the woman is found,
what can she prove? What difference
will it make?"
'All the difference in,the world," re
plied Annie. "She is a most im
portant witness." Firmly she went on:
"She must be found. If she didn't
shoot Robert Underwood, she knows
(TO BE CONTINUED)
EIGHT LIVES LOST AND
MANY VESSELS WRECKED
Ilalifax, X. S.. June 2. Eight lives
were lost and half a dozen vessels
wrecked at various tpoints along the
north Atlantic coast during the last 2-1
hours. Thick fo and a heavy south -westerly
gale which suddenly developed
The brigantine Mauve of Canyalo,
France, was wrecked at the entrance of
the St. Pierre, Miq., harbor, six of the
The large lurk Borghild of Fralericks
hald, Xorwaj, bound from tfhat port for
Port Jeddore, was dashed to pieces on
castor ledges near Port Byokerton. X.
S. Two of the crew were lost and sev
In the bay of Fundy the Bath, Me.,
tug Pejepscot and two barges went
ashore at Cape Spencer and are thought
to .be a total loss. The crews of these
three vessels escaped.
M. Opltz, proprietor of the Opltz mar
ket, is wearing a smile as broad as some
of the new spring hats, on account of
the arrival of their first child It's a
HIGH FREICHT TO
THIS CITY '
TT. H. Tuttle Suggests Fac
tories in Juarez The
An El Paso business man who js now
in Guaymas writes to The Herald and
quotes some things "W. H. Tuttle says
about posibilities for El Paso trade
down there. The writer says:
W. H. Tuttle has been here rustling
business for his El Paso ilrm, and in
conversation regarding freight rates
that concerned El Paso, said that the
freight rates are all against El Paso.
The rate 4rom El Paso to Nogales,
Ariz., Is $1.18, and from Nogales to
Guaymas, 53 cents, making a total
of $1.71. The rate from San Fran
cisco to Guaymas, three .times as far as
El Paso, he says. Is only $1 by rail,
while by steamer It is only 42 and
43 cents, with very cheap harbor and
The E. B. "Welch Furniture company
and the Tuttle Paint company, which
have factories in Juarez, seem to be
able to compete with San Francisco,
owing to shipping In bond without du
ties. He wonders why near El Paso
firms do not put factories on the Mexi
co side, for Mexico Is getting a better
market each year.
Old El Paso Railroad Man.
Harry Lawton, head of the traffic
department of the road. Is an old El
Paso railroad man. He has his head
quarters here in Guaymas and has been
working hard to get El Paso a good
rate into Guaymas, but before a new
rate Is put in the Mexican government
has to go over the matter and give
Mr. Lawton was loyal to El Paso
when he was with the Centraf and is
still Ic3al, and helping El Paso wher
ever he car.
Herald as a Booster.
In traveling down here one runs across
The El Paso Herald everywhere, and
It Is seldom that one meets an Ameri
can not acquainted with the fact of
5, 7, 10 and 12 story buildings that are
going up In El Paso. When asked "how
is it that you are so well posted." they
replied, "I see It in The El Paso Her
ald." The aqnls and the Eclipse.
The night of the eclipse of the moon
the Yaqui Indians, who have a settle
ment at one end of Guaymas, took emp
tv five irallon can? and beat them to
gether to drive off the evil spirit that
was covering the moon, and after about
two hours' hard work they were en
City of Suavmn.
This city Is on Guaymas bay on the
Gulf of Lower California. It has a pop
ulation of 10.000 and is 65, or 70 years
old. It s about due soutn from No
gales, Ariz . some 300 miles.
The Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe
gave Guaymas its first railroad con
nection 2S years ago.
It was this railroad company's inten
tion to extend on from Deminsr. X. M..
and connect v, ith the 'Tiiuymas branch,
making a short line to the Orient from
Guaymas by a ll'ie of modern steam
ships, but the pla. fell through, and
15 years agr the company sold the
Guaymas brai.?h to the Southern Pa
Guaimas cas an inner and outer har
bor. The torn Is on the Inner harbor
and ca.! accommodate boats drawing 16
feet. T.'c outer harbor can accommo
date boate drawing 21 to 25 feet.
Both harbors have a range of moun
tains as hign as the Franklin moun
tains at El Paso between them and the
ocean or gulf, protecting the harbor
perfectly from the winds.
Old Guaymas, some eight miles far
ther inland, is said to be 30 years
older than Guaymas of today, ami was
built away up on a little arm of the
harbor vsimilar to Old Tampico, on
the Gulf of Mexiceo) to make a better
resistance to the pirates that roamed
the seas In those earlier days.
Just at Guaymas there is scarcelv
room for the lO.OOOpeople between the
water of the bay and the rough foot
hills and mountains, so when the South
western Railroad company wished to lo
cate Its big shops and supply ware
houses, it went acr.os the bay, where
it is level, and ohtained a tract of 5000
acres of land, built its general office
buildings, shops and storehouses there.
A modern club and library are also
located there. The place is called Em
palme. The company has laid out a
little town site where It has built quite
a number of comfortable cottages and
has put up many uo, three and four
roomed houses for Mexican workmen
and their families.
The Americans who are with the rail
roauV and there are a great many of
them connected with the shops and the
offices, all seem in good spirits and
contented with their positions, and a
cheerful atmosphere is quite noticeable.
The climate around Guaymas Is the
Arizona climate, onlv a little dryer,
Trio nnd One-Hnlf Years More.
The J-ailroad is completed 100 miles
or so beyond Mazatlan. where there is
the heaviest kind of grading, bridging
and tunneling, costing about a million
a mile. It is claimed that it will take
two and one-half years to complete the
gap that will connect the road with
Guadalajara, and then, as the negro por
ter put It, "the folks can go in on the
Central at EI Paso to Guadalajara and
then loop the loop back to El Paso."
is the time to give immediate attention
to anv disturbance of the Stomach. Liv
er, Kidneys or Bow-els. You can thus
save much unnecessary suffering. Take
a few doses of this great remedty,
and notice the improvement in your gen
eral health. These organs will'be toned
up and strengthened and such ailments
as Poor Appetite, Heartburn, Indiges
tion, Costiveness, Biliousness, Liver and
Kidney Ills and Malaria, will disappear.
El Paso Pasteur Imill uie
For Preventive Treatment
OF HYDROPHOBIA. v
325 SAN" AKTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Rc., 3-457
cost of living should remind you that you cannot af
ford to pay too higlnpriees for meat. For those two
reasons your orders should come here. "We sell only
sthe most select meats and at let-lire prices. Send us
a trial order tomorrow and you will become a regular
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY.
Home Dressed Chickens, dressed and drawn, per lh 25c
Prime Bib Roast, per lb. Saturday 121 2c
Loin Steak, special price Saturday, per lb 17 1-2c
Porterhouse Steak, per lb. Saturday 20c
Shoulder Roast, per lb. Saturday -- 10c
WELNER WTJRST MADE DALLY. -
213 N. Stanton St. 'Bell Phon 136.
ts i3S'1irr S'l lis Li ? l sir
L rflaU b bLNoub lb
Chief Clerk Gibson of Post
office Makes Statement.
If there are 48,000 cards in the card
catalog- of the postofflce directory, how
many people has El Paso?
This question puts a new slant upon
the census enumeration problem of El
Paso. In this catalog-, few if any chil
dren s names are entered, while the
government census requires that the
names of children should be counted In
the off fcial -check of rhe country's pop
ulation. While a number of names
.vhich have been entered in the post
office director? are those of transients,
the postoffice officials say that more
than two-thirds of the total number of
names in the directory are residents of
El Paso and that the real population as
Indicated by the cards Is approximately
33,000, The Herald's, original guess on
the census for El Paso.
Chief clerk Gibson of the distribu
tion department of the postoffice has
prepared a list of 'don'ts" for patrons
of the office to Improve the service to
the people who g-et their mail through
the local office and also to facilitate
the delivery of incoming mail. The
list of "don'ts." reads:
Don't leave an order for your mail
to be delivered in a box at the post
office and then advertise with a request
for replies to be sent to a street ad
dress. Don't change your name from J.
Harrj' to Harry J. or to H. J. or J. H.
after one naane has been given to the
directory clerk. Take a name and stick
Don't mail a thousand or two drop
letters with no other address but "city"
on them. It takes the postoffice clerks
as long: to look up addresses as it does
the firm mailing- the letters. In most
cities these letters without addresses
are returned for more definite ad
Don't forget that there is a Rio
Grande building- and a Rio Grande
street and El Paso street and an El
Paso city. Have your mailing- ad
dresses definite so that there will be
no mixup m the mail.
Doii't cuss thp postofflce Like the
piano player in" the western gambling
house, the clerks are doing the best
"It cured me," or "it saved the life of
my child," are the expressions you hear
every day about .Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is
true the world over where this valuable
remedy has been introduced, No other
medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel
complaints ha received such general
approval. The secret of the success of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy is that it cures. Sold bv
.Nature's own rem
edy lor depicted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
oility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most hichly efflca
ceous tablet form. 2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold m
El Paso only by
Pollard. Sheldon Hotel.
PreBce thick, luxs riant kselr rriea all
other remedies fall. We cuaratnteo
DaHderlue. All Drn-cItau 25c. SSc ad
til. r Mend thin Ad vrlth 10c (ataiups r
silver) J"er a lars: trr-et saesle.
KNOW7TO?.- DAXDEKINE C
AJTD FEESH FIELD, GARDEN AOT) FLOWEB
O. d. SEETCfJ & SON
TEISO AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FED
You cannot be too
particular about the
kind of meat you eat,
especially during the
summer and the high
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
TheFoo dDrinkf or All Ages
NCH HfLK, MALT SRA1H EXTRACT; IX HWDEB
Nat In any Milk Trust
Insist on "HORLICK'S"
T&Ice aatackoc hom
Galveston, Key West and
Superior Passenger Acceransodatfsai
Fast !Freiglit Service
STEAMSRS SAIL EVERY WED-
HESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
S Wednesday Steamers Call at Key
Wast, Fla maMrag connection for
poirsts inllorida and Cbba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freignt
To? psxtknlars as to reservations,
rates, et, see your ticket agent er
S. T. DeMTLT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and frem Enrop
COOL SUMMER CRUISES
VIA SMOOTH "INSIDE PASSAGE"
Only Seven Cruises; Number of Pa3seflere
Limited; Best Reserve Berth Quickly.
FARE S100 AND UPWARDS
INCLUDING BZRTH AND MEALS
G3"" Writs for folder containing large picture
of fansou MUIR GLACIER, free. Address
"TICKET AGENT," PACIFIC COAST S. S. CO. J
S 653 MARKET ST. (Pafecefetel) SAM FRANCISCO I
Shop on the shady side of
Oregon St., opposite Post-
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PUlslnBe ad UU BaU!cVr
boxes. teJ wfc Staa JUbboe.
Take bo tier. Bar tfyag v i
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ytais kaova as Bert. Safest. Ahj RaMsbJ
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