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Thursday, June 0, 1910.
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SIAOI'SIS Of I'RfiVlOUS CKAPTEKS.
Howard Jeffries marries waitress
wh'ie at college and Is disinherited cy
-ich 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 collesp
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 ie crime.
Hs wife seeks aid of his family. Goes
to see husband at prison. He tells her
he is not guilty.
(Continued From Yesterday.)
"Is it possible," he exclaimed, "is it
possible that Underwood shot him
self? I never dreamed of doubting
Howard's confession!" More cordially
he went on: "Brewster, if this is
true, I owe you a debt of gratitude
you've done splendid work I I'm
afraid I've been just a trifle obstinate."
"Just a trifle," said the judge dryly.
Sergeant Maloney took his hat.
"Hurry up!" said the captain, "you
can telephone from the corner drug
store." ' -
"All right, cap."
Dr. Bernstein also rose to depart.
"I must go, Mr. Brewster; I have
an appointment at the hospital."
The judge grasped his hand warmlyf
"Thank you, doctor!" he exclaimed;
"I don't know what I should have
done without you."
"Thank you, sir!" chirced in the
banker; "I am greatly indebted to
"Don't mention it," replied the j
psychologist almost ironically.
He went out and the banker im
patiently took out his watch.
"It's getting late!" he exclaimed;
"where is this girL I have no faith
in hen promises!"
As he spoke the library door opened
and Annie appeared.
As Ainie entered the room and
caught sight of Mr. Jeffries, she in
stinctively drew back. Just at that
moment the banker was, perhaps, the
one man in the world whom she was
most anxious to avoid. Capt Clinton
no longer had 'any terror for her. Now
that the missing witness had been
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found and the precious "suicide let
ter" was as good as in their possession
there was nothing more to fear. It
was only a question of time when
Howard would be set free. But
it was not in this girl's nature
to be concerned only with her
self. If she possessed a single wom
anly virture, it was supreme unselfish
ness. There was some one beside her
self tos take into consideration a
poor, vacillating, weak, miserable
woman who wished to do what was
right and had agreed to do so, but
who, in the privacy of her own apart
ments, had gone down on her knees
and begged Annie to protect her from
the consequences of her own folly.
Her husband must not know. Annie
had promised that if there was any
way possible the knowledge of that
clandestine midnight visit to Under
wood's rooms should be kept from
him. Yet there stood the banker!
She was afraid that if they began
questioning her in his presence she
mightbe feetrayed into -saying some
thing that would instantly arouse his
Judge Brewster went quickly for
ward as she came in and led her to a
chair. Capt Clinton and Mr. Jeffries
eyed her in stolid silence. Looking
around in a nervous kind of way, An
nie""said quietly to the judge:
"May I speak to you alone, judge?"
"Certainly," replied the lawyer.
He was about to draw her aside
when Capt Clinton interfered.
"One moment!" he said gruffly; ,'if
this is all open and above board, as
you say it is, judge I'd. like to ask
the young lady a few questions.
"Certainly, by all means," said the
The captain turned and confronted
Annie. Addressing her in his cus
tomary aggressive manner, he said:
"You promised Judge Brewster that
you'd produce the woman who called
at Underwood's apartment the night
of the shooting?" Annie made no
reply, but looked at the lawyer. The
captain grinned as he added: "The
witness wants instructions, judge."
"You ,can be perfectly frank, Mrs.
Jeffries," said the lawyer reassuringly.
"We have no desire to conceal any
thing from Capt Clinton."
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"Yes," she said slowly; "I promised
Judge Brewster that she would come
"Did she promise to come?" growled
"Well, where is she?" he demanded.
"She hasn't come yet," she replied,
"but she will, I'm sure I know she
"How did you come to find her?"
demanded the captain suspiciously.
Annie hesitated a moment and
glanced at Mr. Jeffries. Then she
said hesitatingly: .
"That I I cannot say now."
Capt. Clinton's massive bulldog jaw
closed with an ominous click.
"Decline to answer, eh? What's her
She remained silent.
"What's her name?" he repeated
"I cannot tell you," she said firmly.
"Do you know it?" he bellowed.
"Yes," she answered quietly.
"Know it, but can't say, eh? Hum!"
He folded his arms and glared at
her. Mr. Jeffries now interfered. Ad
dressing Annie angrily, he said:
"But you must speak! Do you real
ize that my son's life is at stake?"
"Yes, I do," she replied quickly.
"I'm glad to see that you are begin
ning to realize it, too. But I can't
tell you yet "
The judge turned to the police cap
"I may tell you, captain, that even
I myself have not succeeded in learn
ing the name of this mysterious per
sonage." Addressing Annie, he said:
"I think you had better tell us. I see
no advantage in concealing it any fur
ther.'" Annie shook her head.
"Not yet," she murmured; "she will
tell you herself wfcen she comes."
"Hh! I thought as much!" exclaimed
the banker increduously.
The captain rose and drew himself
up to his full height, a favorite trick
of his, when about to assert his au
thority. "Well, when she does come!" he
exclaimed, "I think you may as well
understand she will be taken to head
quarters and held as a witness."
"You'll arrest her!" cried the law
yer. "That's what I. said, judge. She's a
material witness the most important
one the State has. I don't intend that
she shall get away "
."Arrest her! Oh, judge, don't let
him do that!" exclaimed Annie in dis
may. Judge Brewster grew red in the
face. Wrathfully he said:
(TO BE CONTINUSDi
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Values to $2.00 for 89c
Broken Hues of women's canvas Ox
fords in white, light blue and pink, in
styles suitable for dress and house
wear. 2VIade over good lasts, with
Cuban, military and regular heels.
Nearly all sizes are found in this lot.
Styles regularly sold up to ?2.00,
specially priced Friday and QA
AT IOWA ELECTION
Do Not Think the Insurgents
Have Made Good in
Washington, D. C, June 9. The
victory of the stand pat nominee
for governor in the Republican pri
maries of Iav.-a and of two regular Re
publican candidates for congress, ai-
?er Smith and C. A. Kennedy, against
-rr-vx-wni tj-io incmro-pnt"! tinder the leader
ship of senator Cummins made their
strongest fignt, caused jubilation in
the camp of organization Republicans
at the canital today. Mr. Smith Is a
member of the rules committee of the
house and one of speaicer uannon b
The defeat of congressman Hull in
the seventh district means that there
nill be a new chairman of the house
committee on military affairs In the
The seventh is the home district of
senator Cumfciius. Hull has b.een 20 years
"It was judge Smith's personal pop
ularity that overcame his record on the
house rules fight" was the insurgent
view of the Iowa fight as voiced by
representative Murdock, of Kansas.
"The Insurgents scored a net gain of
two in the primaries." continued Mr.
Murdock, 'and the results bespeak the
progress of insurgentism."
"WHITE CAPS FIRE INTO
HOUSE AND KIL-Ij A GIRL
Hennessy. Okla., June 9. a report
reached here today of the killing of
atjo v-inpr Dnnojin. daughter or
J Stephen T. Duncan, a farmer near Co
lumbia. Okla,, by "white caps.
For 'some time a feeling of enmity
against Duncan and his four sons ex
isted in the neighborhood. Last night a
company of masked men rode up to the
Duncan residence and demanded that
Duncan and his sons come out. This
they refused to do and the masked men
fired several volleys into the house,
killing the girl.
Columbia is 14 miles east of here.
WOMAN BOUND AND
GAGGED BY HIGHWAYMEN
San Francisco, Cal., June 9. Entering
a candy store on a crowded street, a
masked highwayman, armed with two
revolvers, bound and gagged Mrs. "Wil-
revolvers, ouunu miu ecu ..no. , -
liam L. Mbuser, proprietress of The
place, rifled the cash register and made
his escape. Mrs. Mouser was held up
and robbed In the same way on Jkiay l.
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She fainted before she was gagged and
.-,. .innhla tn Hvo anv dpsp.rintinn ot
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Carl Leonardt. president of the South-
western Portland Cement company, is
expected Wednesday evening on the
Sunset limited from Los Angeles.
ICNO"LT3DUE OF FOOD
Proper Selection oi Great Importance In
The feeding of infants is a very seri
ous proposition, as all mothers know.
Food must be used that will easily di
gest, or the undigested parts will be
thrown into the intestines and cause
It is important to know that a food
can be obtained that is always safe;
that is Grape-Nuts.
A Texas mother writes: "My baby
took the -first premium at a baby show
and is in every way a prize baby. I
have fed him on Grape-Nuts since he
was five months old. I also use your
1'ostum ior mjocn.. j
Grape-Nuts food is not made solely !
for a baby food by any means, but is
manufactured for all human beings.
rni. snppial noint of value is that the
food is partially predigested in the pro
cess oi manuiaciuic, uui u,j auy uiub
or chemicals whatsoever, but simply by
the action of heat, moisture, and time,
which permits the diastase to grow, and
change the starch into dextrin, a por
tion of which is further changed to dex
trose or grape-sugar. This presents food
to the system ready for immediate as
similation. Its especial value as a food, beyond
the fact that it is easily digested, Is
vt it snnnlies the needed elements to
'quickly rebuild the cells in the brain
and nerve centres throughout the body.
Read the little book. "The Road -to
TVellville," in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read Hie above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are jeenuine, true, and full of human
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ll JUNE SALE OF SHOES
that every pair is
in tne wortmness
Women's Patent Leather Oxfords
High class Oxford ties made of best quality patent leather with colored
kid and suede tops. Made over stylish lasts, both lace and button, with
turn or welt soles and Cuban or military heels. A good range of sizes in
the regular $3.50 and $4.00 qualities, specially
Friday and Saturday
o r -
IB S LJXiOrCiS
$5.00. will be specially prked Friday
Two more bicycle, supposed to have
hon stnlftn in El Paso have been re
covered by the Juarez police aud are
now held awaiting mdentiticauon oy
Manuel Alcala is under arrest
charged with the theft of one of the
wheels. He -was; found Wednesday
morning trying to dispo.se of it to sev
eral persons. He claimed it had been
given him by a friond on tins Piae oi
j the line t b .sold
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mere are uuw iuui nccu vf..uj .
ing a corner of the ante-room ot tne
federal court in Juarez awaiting idunti-
ficatlon. Two are in bad condition. An- j
uiuei ua tne jnvic-iLfa.o v.aj w .. -.
ACTING GOVERNOR CUTS
SENTENCE: ARIZONA PROTESTS
Globe, Ariz., June 0. By commuting
tho contonco nf Thomas "Waddell. con
victed of the murder of John Linsey, j
and sentenced to hang January 20, to
Hf imnrisniimpnt after president Taft
had investigated the case and refused j
IU xiiLtri v cue, ntnu5 j,utcinui ""a .. i
raised a storm of protest in Graham
county. "Waddell. who is a youth, con- j
fessed to the murder, and his friends j
appealed to t.ie president, asking clem- j
ency because of the confession. Attor- j
ney" general TVickersham conducted an
investigation and a refusal to intervene j
was the result. J
Exnressins: the belief that the murder
j was committed in the heat of passion,
governor Young commuted the sentence,
I but the press aeclares the evidence
I showed that Linsey was killed in hh
I sleep. t
j AGED WOMAN L.ELVVES 1
FCRTl'NE TO lOLXG SUITOR j
Chicago, June 9. Mrs. Fannie Sur
dane Steele, aged 65, of New York, died
suddenly of apoplexy at a Chicago
lmtpi. Hor will disclosed a romance, i
I for by its provisions, a man half her J
years, whom she refused to marry oe- i
cause of the difference in their ages,
is bequeathed $25,000 of her estate of
$525,000. The man is attorney i.dgar
R. Accetta, of New York, who was at
Mrs. Steele's bedside when she died. He
was the last person she asked to see
when the hotel physicians told her that
she was dying.
MONTEREY HORSES ARE
SHIPPED: PERSONAL NEWS
AfrmorA- V. "W Juno H. E1 Ridell
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am Courtney Larly are shipping horses
f!nre Monroe s babv died alter a
i JI1SS -t-Ulllii
Miss -Margaret I'rude entertained in
j honor 0f her cousin, Miss Margauritte
. -, . , 1 ..
j Lioonev. A large nuiiuier were pruaenu
President Ganisou of the Agricultural
I . Mella1 f'f
I sPf?k here, arrived too late,
I iier "!- head cow puncher on
j the LLL ranch, who has been sick, has
I Charlie Currv is very ill.
COLQUITT SUPPORTERS MEET.
Dallas. Tex. June 9. Over a hun
dred prominent supporters of O. B. Col
quitt, candidate for the Democratic
nomination for governor of Texas met
here today at the Oriental hotel to plan
the active campaign in Colquitt's be
half, which will include the issuing of
an address to voters to be prepared by
a committee of which R. M. Johnson, of
Houston is chairman.
RECOVERS FROM OPERATION.
Mrs. V. B. Andreas has returned to
her home on Upson avenue from Hotel
Dleu, where she underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis. She is much
RRIDOE SWEPT AWAY.
Denison, Tex., June 9. Following
several days of rain, the Oklahoma
bridge on the Missouri, Kansas & Texas
railway was swent away this morning
at Russell creek, near the Kansas line.
Traffic is delayed.
ORTIZ GETS JUDGMENT.
Judgment for the defendant in the
case of R. L.. Daniels against Francisco
Ortiz, was announced Wednesday in
county court before judge A. S. J. Eylar.
The plaintiff asked for a foreclosure
Eva, the twomonthsold daughter or
TV. H. Goff. 61 S South St. Vraln street,
died at 1:30 oclock Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Samuel Lefkovitz and children
have gone to Chicago where they will
spend the summer with relatives and
HE coupling; of high, quality with a
sale of slioes a most attractive event -mu one m -
iugs are notably great. The excellent values that this store al
mnc , i-.ocTnriA ihid ripnnrtmrmt a hnsv one. The fact
sold with the "PopularV guarantee inspires confidence
or me bnucs o-it.
Men's Oxford ties, high class Kinds in
all stylish leathers, broken lines of
sizes, in styles regularly sold up to
and S3 .39
THERE IS NO HELL;
IT IS ALL A FAKE
Slam at the Preachers
Who Scare People.
St. Louis, Mo., June !). "Hell and
its torments were created by the trans
lotars of the Bible into English. There
is no warrant in Scriptures for any be
lief of the fata of endless tortures for
the wicked: and the great, cruel, bogey
of fire and brimstone, preached toca.,
io... Li.i-u.auuo ot ujjlts, nas not done
one particle of good, preventive or
otherwise, and has wrought much
harm, especially In the form of causing
infidelity and insanity."
These were the statements made be
fore a large audience by the Rev. B.
H. Barton of Brooklyn during hisad
dress, which was called "Who Created
Hell?" The speaicer bitterly attacked
tneae members of the ministry who
preach the traditional theory of a fiery
hereafter to be dealt out to the wicked
for their acts on earth.
"How can they pretend to love God
and yet depict him as such a monster?"
asked the speaker. "We would not be
so cruel as they declare He is, and yet
certainly we must be far inferior to the
God who created us. In my opinion,
such doctrine is blasphemous and
wicked. Nobody, even if he lived to
be 1000 years old and sinned during
every day of his life, could deserve
such punishment as being consigned to
TAFT SENDS TWO CABINET
MEMBERS TO MEET ROOSEVELT
Washington, D. C, June 9. PPresi
dent Taft has asked secretary of the
rravj- Meyer and secretary of agricul
ture Wilson, both of whom were in the
Roosevelt cabinet, to go to New York
June IS to meet Col. Roosevelt on his
return from Africa. The president will
also send a letter to Col. Roosevelt by
Capt. Archibald Butt, his miiltary
Eczema A Germ Disease
Can Now Be Cured.
The Medical profession is all agreed
that ECZEMA is a germ disease, but the
thing that has baffled them is to find
some remedy that will get to the germs
and destroy them.
Zemo, the clean, external treatment,
has solved this difficulty by drawing
the germs to the surface of the skin and
destroying the germ life that causes the
disease. The whole method of treat
ment and-cure by ZEMO is explained bx
an interesting book on the subject is
sued by the makers of ZEMO. It tells
how to cure yourself at home of Eczema,
Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, and a. I
diseases of the skin and scalp. Call at
Knoblauch's drug store for booklet and
learn more about this clean, simple
remedy that is now recognized the
standard treatment for all diseases of
the skin and scalp.
EL PASO PURE MILK'
There is more food value In one quart I
of EI Paso Pure Milk than there is In .
one pound of the choicest porterhouse 1
steak. El Paso Pure Milk Is pure milk
It comes from Inspected, contented
cows, and is treated by the most sclen- j
tifir; methods. Delivered to you in I
sterilized airtight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Phones: Dell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 N. Oresnn.
Shop on the shady side of
Oregon St., opposite Post
office. Chas. McCulIough
low price makes this June
- Children s
Values to $2.00 for 89c
Manufacturers' sample lines of Ox
ford ties and ankle strap pumps for
misses and children. Patent leather,
plain kid, Russia calf and brown and
oxblood vici. in neat styles that sell
regularly up to $2.00. This special
lot is offered for Friday and QQ
Saturday at, a pair 07 C
GROOM AND BRIDE TO
CLOrDCKOFT FOR HONEYMOON
John B. Nigra, a South Stanton street
grocer, and Miss Pauline Herrera wera
! msarried "Wednesday jmorning at the
! borne of the bridp by justice McClin-
tock. They left "Wednesday afternoon
on the limited for Cloudcroft to spend
Tularosa, X. AL, June 9. Scotch Jones
has returned from Sweetwater, Tex.,
where he left his children.
Catele inspector Tucker is here from
Alamogordo to inspect a carload of cat
tle. A Skin ot &co.uuy is a-coyTcrever..
. f5. T. Felix Goureuo's Oriental
Cream or Magical cieautmer.
Removes Tan. Piraples,
Freckles, Stotii Patches,
Basil, and fefcla Diseases.
ana every Dienusa
I on beaaty; and tle
I fles detection. It
has stood the test
of 6 years, and
Is so harmless we
is properly mads.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
name. Dr. L A.
Sayra said to a
lady of the h Kit
ton (a patient) t
"As you lsdie:
will cse thesi,
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MS' the I-5ttedS. Canada and Europe.
FBD.T.KOPHHS, Prep., 37 Grssi Jsnes Strict. fowTark
Galveston, Key West and
Strpeiior Passenger Accommodatieaa
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERT WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
Wednesday Steamera Call at Key
West, FIju, making coimect&m for
poicits in Horida and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Cany Freight
For particulars as to reserratioia,
rates, etc-, see your ticket agent or
S. T. DeMTLT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and from Europ
Not at Milk Trust
Tht Original and Gtnuini
Thf Food Drink for k Agts.
PmeNutabon.upbuHding the whole body.
Invigorates theniirsingmotherand the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powr3er form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minite.
Others are imitations.
float Lymph S MtelS
iN attire's own rem
edy ior depleted
nerve lorce; for ex
hsustlon; for de
ollity; for Insomnia;
now prepared, in
moat hienly efflca
ceous tablet form. $2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
"Rl Pasn onlr by
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
So- yse? fey
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