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Occupies One of the Mpst Beautiful and Com
manding Sites that a City Was Ever Built Upon
Terraced around its two beautiful bays, on gennly rising slopes -it forms a perfect ampifcheater. From nearly every point may be
seen tie sparkfoig waters of Bay end Ocean. The comioanding (promontory of Point Loma, the Islands at sea, Coronado.. Penin
sula across the foay, 'with dts great hotel, and cthe rest of the cifcv below, with its wharves and shipping its business and public
buildings. Point Loma with ste risng terraces nd gracefully sweeping slopes, its picturesque houses, and its modern fortifications
"jar ling the entrance of uhe Bav, forms the northern curve of phis natural ampitheater.
THERE te XO CITY IX" THE UXETED STATES THAT IS GPtOWTXG AT A GREATER RATE THAX SAX DIEGO. IT'S FU
Tl RE IS ESTABLISHED YOUR MONEY, PLANTED IX SAX DIEGO REALTY, WELL GROW AS XD WHERE ELSE, and you
can live and enjoy every pleasure heart can desire, in comiort, without having to give up your life's blood to do so no extremes
of heat or cold There climatic perfection exists BUY A FEW LOTS THERE XOW- and you'll lay the foundation for future
happiness and long life.
Call at our office, 402-3-4 Trust Building, El
DEMOCRATS OF PEHRSTL
Alleatowa, P5 June f& Represen-
Ttlves of the Democratic party of
Pennsylvania- In convention here noml
nated the following- state ticket:
Governor. "Webster Grim, Bucks coun
ty. Lieutenant governor. Samuel B. Price,
Secretary of internal affairs, John T.
State treasurer, Samuel B. Phllscn,
A platform tad been approved by
the state executive committed but a
faction, led by former jud:e James Gay
Gordon of Philadelphia, succeeded in
making a. few of the plans somewhat
more "peppery" than they were In their
The platform follows:
Recognizing that a wise and frugal
government Is one which restrains men
from Injuring one another, which
leaves them otherwise free to regulate
their own pursuits of industry and
does not take from the mouth of
labr the oread It cas earned, we, the
representatives of the Pennsylvania
Democracv. in convention assembled,
hereby declare for the following
principles, says the platform.
First That tne present ra.uC.i.
rich tariff law is fraud upon tne
pjc securing profits to particular
classes aad combinations of producers
a ad a raeaas of patronage rather than
ttp protection: we favor an imme
diate revLka of the tariff by the re
daction flmport duties. Articles en
tering into competition with trust con
Troted products and the necessity of
life sfcoald he exempt from such taxa
tion. A. ,
We bold that federal taaxtion, in
whatever form imposed, is justifiable
only tm the extent that may be need
. i -- 'Ha maintenance of srovern-
i i annnnniipuliv nd- I
meat. wa'.- - - ".
mlnlstere$. And we Delieve that a ma
jority of the lawful trusts now in ex
istence are the direct and natural re
sult of excessive tariff duties.
Second We declare that such trusts
end monopolies should he abolished or
cjntwied by the supervision and man
agement of their business by legisla
tion and by visiting penalties upon the
ji Sfdn of Beauty is a. coy yorever.
ffC T. Felix Gouraua's Oriental
Cream or Magical Seautifler.
SeaoTcs Tan, Pliapte,
Sash, sd Skla Diseases,
asa every ciemit n
oa beauty, and de
fies detection. It
has Etood tie tet
of 6J years, arid
Is h haralus we
taste It to be sore it
b prcperly made.
Accept ao counter
feit of elmHar
case. Dr. I. A.
EmTTe said to a
lady of the hsut
tcs (a paUeut):
As you lzaier
ttUI nse them.
'Geirand'g CreRtn a the least harmful of all the
eSs wrparaiSBM.' F 'n sale cyaiicrngcsts ana tzney
Geeat tools a the Ucited Scales, Canada and Ecrope.
FSi.T.KSFlilS, Pn 37 6r Jsnss Zte& JUwTkJj.
No! 3 Milk Trust
Tin Grigfeai attf Stnulni
Tkt FtnT-trink for Ail Igts.
Mot e healthful than Tea or Coffee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
DeEdoos, invigorating and nutritious.
Rtchmiik. malted grain, powder form.
A qeck Ianch prepsre i in a. minute, i
Others are imitations
Far Ir-T-e.tIve Treatme-J
355 SAN ANTONIO ST21EET.
Plicae ZZi'J U. 1. Res- 3-157
J, B, Stiffen Company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
223 Terss St. Bell Phone 680
n ! FEDERAL OFFICIALS
inl IlLL Or
SAN DIEGO OF TODAY REFUGEES
Tex., and see the pictures and Maps
C. COLLIER & COMPANY
D Rlin PIHPCD
individuals controling suoh combine-
tions, rather than upon the corporation
Third We demand the strictest
economy In every department of the
national and state government and in
sist that such methods of public ac
counting be established and enforced
as to put them on a business like foot
ing, and secure unmistakable individ
ual responsibility on the part of every
officer entrusted with authority.
Fourth The public lands, the forests,
the water power, the mineral re
sources of the territories and the United
States which have not passed out of
government control, must be safe
guarded by thorough legislation from
exploitation of any kind that will ren
der them private property and take
them out of the control of the govern
ment or Involve their use without full
payment for the private into the pub
The present national administration
has been convicted In the eyes of the
world of being in league with favored
corporations and capitalists who seek
selfishly to grasp the rich natural re
saurces of our distant possessions in
order that they may increase their al
ready swollen and dangerous wealth
ana -tignten tneir -control of the com
forts and Hvmsr of the neonle. The,
t ,! of the disposition of the friars-
lands in the Philippines and the ore and
mineral wealth of Alaska is a national
disgrace for which the Republican ad
ministration is directly responsible. The
retention by the president of his in
culpated secretary of the interior is an
affront to the honesty and moral sense
of the nation.
Fifth TVe favor an income iax as a
part of our revenue svstem and de
clare for the nroDOsed constitutional I
amendment authorizing congress to. i
levy and collect a tax UDOn Individ- l
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'., , , ' ,.,, .
ual and corporate incomes, limited to
Sixth We favor the enactment of a
federal and state compulsory arbitra-
tion law for the settlement of labor
disputes and maintain that labor has
the right to that protection that comes
through organization and union, act
ing within the limits of the law.
Seventh We favor further legisla
tion both national and state, which will
definitely determine what campaign ex
penses are to be regarded as legiti
mate and such laws as will provide
for the compulsory publication In de
tail, under heavy penalties of such ex
penses. 3rYSTERIOUS AND BRTJTAI,
ASSAT7L.T ON A GIRL.
Oakland, Cal., June 16. Bound and
gagged and with her feet, arms and
legs burned and horribly mutilated,
Miks Mary Delgado, a 17yearold girl,
"was found dead on the front porch ol
her home- The nature of the corrosive
acid used in burnine: the girl'sfeet;
both of which are literally cooked, it j
unknown. A hot iron was annarentlv
used on the soles of the feet, and holes
had been bored clear through the bone
of each of the toes on both feet by
some sharp instrument. I
In addition to the other injuries in
flicted the girl's front hair was shear
ed and torn from her head by the thugs.
The girl was taken from her room,
where she slept beside her little sister
who was not disturbed.
The family cannot furnish any theory
for the attack.
FAT FOLKS FAVOR
Home 3IIxrnre That Takes Off the Fat
Rapidly Causes No "Wrinkles No
Stomach Ills and Requires
Neither Dieting Nor Exercise.
Too much fat Is both uncomfortable
and dangerous, but usually fleshy peo
ple prefer to put up with its incon
venience rather than punish themselves
with the tiresome exercising usually
prescribed, or endanger their health
by taking the socalled "cures" and
patent fat "reducers."
This self sacrifice of comfort and
health to overabundant fat is entirely
j unnecessary, however, as Mrs. Luella
Bigger tells us there is a home receipt
j that Is far superior in every way to
i anything money will buy for reducing
j superfluous flesh. It is said th-ls sim
I pie mixture will take the fat off of
man or woman at the rate of at least
a couple of pounds a week without
j even causing wrinkles. Moreover it
1 does not disturb the stomach, but Is a
I good thing for the sj 'stem, clearing
j away pimples, and, best of all. It does
J not Interefere with the diet. Tou can
I use It and at the same time eat what
I ever you like. This receipt is as fol
i lows: hi ounce Marmola; ounce
! Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic and
I 3 ounces of Peppermint Water. Get
j these ingredients at any drug store,
mix them 'together at home and take
one teaspoonful after each meal and at
Mrs. Bigger, as is well known. Is a
famous beauty expert, and wha'tever
she recommends Is sure to be found
eminently satisfactory .
U FOR RE
ASSURED ACTION OF
Washington, D. C.r June 16. With $30,000,000 provided for the completion
of irrigation projects and various other amendments; the house bill authorizing
the withdrawal of public lands by the president passed the senate Wednesday.
The bill was taken up soon after the senate convened and a vote was or
dered on the Carter amendment authorizing the issuance of $30,000,000 worth
of certificates of indebtedness for irrigation. iEhere was no debate and the
J amendment was accepted with practical
and Kean casting the only negative votes out of a total of 60.
The senate passed the bill for the reclamation loan earlier in the session, but
the house declined to pass it. To get it through anyhow, Mr. Carter had it
tacked onto the house conservation bin. It wiH now go to conference and the
house, will likely be compelled to accept
complete all reclamation projects in tne
Committee on Arrangements
Arranges for Lots of
MUSiC. a Biff Parade audi
Plenty of Fireworks.
El Paso is going io have a Fourth
of July celebration that will wake up
the whole surrounding country,
least it looks that way now.
There will be a parade in the morn
ing with military troops. bands auto-
mobiles, lodges, policemen and firemen
in Uno- noT-inHo ararxieoc in fioviti nri
square' afterwards, a band concert and
races for the children with a family
ovQ ,- tt,i,i r,oi of. I
rftrn-ar.iK thn vii m in th af- I
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f,o--nr -i ,v. t ,.- , fiviro (
oi o ,oi i i ,.s,o- ti!o
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the "pTan of the committee if evy:
thW oc wM1 nTlfl w : n rAaann
w. if i,,.iJ
Jim ronaer, sometimes caueu
"judge," has promised all the money j
Jim Ponder. sometimes called
i nil iUunin
necessary, and the committee is mak- , tne t through Col Sharne to
ing preparations to spend It Ponder ; attend the basebalf game in the af ter
is a celebrator from the top of his noon and fireworks at niarht.
new straw hat to the bottom of his in fact to participate th the ciulfn
?"e"UC"r SZ"G" llirr"
we luicuiuicu, aim uc lia-o "O.U oui--
thing to do with every Fourth of July j
celebration since he came to El Paso,
from blowing one of the McGmty horns
to furnishing ample storage capacity J
for the barhecue product. This year he j
is out with a list and moving like a j
Mexican revolutionist racing for Texas
after exploding a bomb under a troop
of rurales. He started out by land
ing Dick Caples for 50, the street car j
company for another 50, A. Cour
chesne, Felix Martinez, A. Schwartz' and
just a lot of others for amounts not
at all small, and is going to keep it i
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up until ne gets $nuu. it win me
this much for the ceibration and Pon
der promises every cent of it if he
has to go down to the county court
house and collect It in dollar donations
from politicians and volunteer firemen
seeking to be excused from just duty.
Flrevrorks a Plenty. ,
Judge F. E. Hunter is going to burn
$800 of the money as soon as Ponder
gets it. The judge is another one of
those old timers w.ho just sort of thinks
Fourth of July is a day to act patriotic
and even foolish, so the judge is going
to burn money that day. If they ever
tried to pull off any fireworks in EI
Paso without Frank Hunter at the
trigger, there would be an explosion
bigger than the fireworks. He is the
real daddjr of the fireworks game for
El Paso and, as usual, he is going to
pull off the big show this year. And
just to have a little say In it, alder
man Blumenthal insists that some more
money must go to pay for the Fort
Bliss band to play while the people
watch the fireworks. So, this will take
some more of Ponders money.
Then there is a concert for the af
ternoon at the pirk, from 2 to 4. Con
cha's band is going to play for this
concert. Some more money. But Pon
der doesn't care, for this is--for tho
tired mothers and the boj's and girls,
who will be out under the trees on the
grass with their baskets for a good
The parade in the morning will take
some more money, for-bands have to be
hired, but again it is something the
people will want to see: it will pull the
crowds out of the homes and downtown
for the patriotic exercises. The exer
cises will immediately follow the pa
rade and will comprise a praj-er by Dr.
C. S. Wright, an oration by county
judge A. S J. Eylar and the reading of
the declaration of independence. Rabbi
Martin Zielonka will read it if he is
not away on his vacation.
The parade will be In charge of 1
unanimity, senators Burton, Gallinger
it. This will provide money enough to
headed by their band, commanded by
Col. Alfred C. Sharpe; the city fire de-
Partment. the local militia company, the
various fraternal and benevolent so-
cietles of the, city, and automobiles. Mr.
ITcGhee would like for automobile own
ers and all others, especially the offi
cers of organizations, who can enter.
to notify him as earlj' as possible so
i that he can arrange the details of the
Following the parade and the pa-
f.IotIc exercIses in Cleveland square,
j ne People will go to Washington park
lor a basket picnic under the trees.
i :fter dinner Concha's band will play, j
i t;"11"" ul nave sports and then
the baseball teams will Dlav and thn
ttle "reworks will come at night.
the Pa T nt SImT f
E1 Paso & .Southwestern railroad.
. " transPrt the troops to
the post free of charge. As a courtosv
to the t f paradin- the com-
mltteft ha ' fonln "? m:
throughout the celebration of the great
It is -goin& to be another
Anybody who wants t0 h in"
alons can senfl monev Herald
ofrice and It wIn b acknowled a and
turned over to the committee.
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(Continued Fro3 Page One.)
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of a nomination -wHfii .m- r i.
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But what has Colquitt to say in de- 1
ieiise oi nis stand?
"I don't think that the supporters
of Poindexter. Johnson and Davidson
will be willing to form a platform in
antagonism to the views of the candi
date of the party chosen by the peo
ple," says Mr. Colquitt. "In case I
am nominated, and my nomination is
certain, I have no doubt that the Dem
ocrats who are now supporting mv
opponents will vote for me in the gen
eral election because they have prom
ised q do so. Ifva voter is not willing
to abide by the results of the primary
be should stay out oiUt."
"Vell, Mr. CoIquittAif you so ffrmly
believe that a voter who is not will
ing to abide by the results of the m-i-mary
should stay out c it, then win
do vou say in advance that vou will
noj abide by the result if it "does not
suit your views?" ls the question put
to Mr. Colquitt.
Colquitt's Double Deal.
In answering it, he discusses the con
stitution and says where the party
pledges violate the constitution he is
going to stand by the fundamental law
of the 3and.
The Bad!y Finger Sal!
Every time j-ou scratch yourself you
run a risk. To scratch vour scalp, a
pimple or a scab is dangerous. Your
finger nails carry germs of Eczema.
Tetanus (Lockjaw). Erysipelas and all
manner of skin diseases. Let ope germ
get into the scratched place and trou
ble ls sure to follow. Because you have
been lucky enough to escape so far is
no sign that you will be so lucky In
the future. For any itching use Lit
tell s Liquid Sulphur Compound, stops
itching Instantly, and permanentlv re
lieves all skin troubles Eczema. Ery
sipelas, pimples, running sores. Tetter.
Ring Worm. Chaps, Roughness. Red
ness or Skin Blotches. Sample bottle
Sent DOStniitrt fV- 1A Phiima.Qiilnhiir
Co., St. Louis. 4
Attention Directed to El
Paso Over Mexican Per
Federal court officials in El Paso
may be summoned to appear before the
committee of congress which Is invest!-
gating the alleged persecution of Mex
ican political prisoners in the United
States. A number of cases have 'been
brought up in the United States
court hero for trial In which
Mexican revolutionists and revolution
ary affairs were concerned and Mur
ray and Turner, the two men who are
now appearing before the congressional
committee are familiar with these facts,
having spent some time on the border,
the El Paso cases may be reviewed be
fore the committee adjourns.
Ono of the most famous of these
cases was the arrest and detention of
Enrique C. Vlllasenor, editor of La.
Carreta, a Mexican paper opposed to
the Creel government. In Chihuahua.
Vlllasenor was arrested in El Paso af
ter having been forced to leave Mex
ico, he claimed, where he had been
imprisoned for political reasons. He was
arrested on July 15, 1909, on complaint
of the United States attorney general
and charged with rape and embezzle
ment of public money while Jefe po
litico of a small district near Chihua
hua. Desertion of office was also
charged against the Mexican editor, but
it was openly rumored that Vlllasenor
was being held on these charges mere
ly to have him taken back to Mexico
where he could be punished for his po
The United States commissioner be
fore whom the case was called refused
to order him extradited, as there was
not sufficient evidence to justify such
action. Nothing has been heard of Vll
lasenor since he was released from the
custody of the United States court on
August 28, but It Is understood that he
is styi living In the United States as
he does not daro to return to Mexico
for fear of arrest.
Two Modem Eesidenees To
Be Constructed The
Four building permits were issued
Wednesday for improvements tocost
S7R00. mostly residence property. "Work !
will commence immediately, there being
two new residences planned, one of
which will cost $4S00. and the other
Southeast corner Mobile street and
Park avenue, Altura Park Altura
Realty company to Albert E. Wittig,
lots lf 2 and 3. block 5, Altura Park
addition: consideration $575: September
Wyoming street, between Noble and
Brown streets, FrankJin Heights A.
M. Heineman and wife to J. C. Worth-
ington. lots 11 and 12. block 23, FranK
lin Heights addition; consideration
$3650; May 10, 1910.
Piedra5? street. Bassett avenue and
Poplar street, Bassett addition Martin
Foils to Benito Solis, block 26 Bassett
naaition; cousioerauou j.; ouue j.u,
Montana -street, from Coles to Pop
lar streets Estate of Frank B. Cotton
to Thomas F. Kerr, all of block 17. Cot
ton addition, lying west of west line of
Bassett addition; consideration $16,800;
May 4, 1910.
Northeast corner Boulevard and Coles
street. Cotton addlMon Juliette E. Cog
geshaJl to "Walter B. Grant and Wm.
C. Cotton, lots 1, 2, and 3, block 17.
Cotton addition; consideration $2S50;
May 31, 1910.
Sierra Bjhca, Tex. I. H. Sumner
and, wife to I. Norton, lots 5 to 12,
block 45, Sierra Blanca, Tex.; consid
eration ?500; October 21, 1909.
San Elizwrio grant Russell M.
Hawey to E. H. Griffith, surveys 96, 104,
east half survey 103, on the Island, in
San Elizario grant; consideration
$1099.99: January 29, 1910.
Boracho, Tex. J. W. Balk, trustee to
Griffin Meekins, lot 3, block 41, Bo
racho. Tex.; consideration $30; January
To I J. Clark to build a double
brick residence on Arizona street, be
nween Kansas 'and Campbell streets.
Estimated cost $4S00.
To Win. Rosing to change plate glass
front in ?tore on ??- Atto-' tret.
1 etween S'anton street and Mesa ave-
jiiue. Estimated oosi $10u.
io --v. Us. uanieii io ii-.i:i one
brik rcndetT-o on Pon'-ar'1
Williams street an Cotton avenue. Es
timated cost $2500.
To Mrs. Lesl'e 1- Kyle to build an
addition to residence at corner of Ri
vera and Estrella streets. Estimated
Licensed to Wed.
Eggleston L. Gates and Miss Bettie
Sam D. .Tone and Mis Grace Whn
ber. T. R. Hassam and Miss Lilian
Ed Mebus and Misi Kate Rugles.
through the entire length of Cotton
addition, the owners of the addition
having purchased the three lots which
extended into the street east of Cotton
avenue to secure the necessary right
of way. The three lots were owned by
Mrs. Juliette E. Coggeshnll and were In
block 70"of the Cotton addition.
ROAD TO ANTHONY
The Anthony road is now completed
as far as White Spur and tho construc
tion crew 1s laying the asphaltuin sur
face on the remainder of the upper val
ley road as far as the state line at An
thony. Since the road from Courchesne's
residence to White Spur has been com
pleted, the upper valley road has be
come a rival of the country road down
the valley ns a drivewav and an auto
NEW DISPLAY WINDOWS FOR
SAN ANTONIO STREET STORE
The front of the Turner & Davis
building on San Antonio street is being
changed to give a display window for
the east store room which is being oc
cupied by the Rosing store.
A FEELING OF SECURITY.
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about
to take is absolutely pure and contains
no harmful or habit producing: drugs.
Such a medicine Is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great Kidney. Liver
and Bladder Remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained In every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not asStlmulant and is taken in
It Is not recommended for every tnmg.
It Is nature's great helper in reliev-
SfaSrdMe,lns kidney' liver and)
A sworn statement of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root Tf von need a medicine, you should
hive tho he?t
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root Is what you need, you will
find it on sale at all drug stores in bot
tles of two sizes, fifty-cents and one
dollar. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton, N. T., for a sample bottle free by
mail it will convince anyone. Tou
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the kid
neys. When writing be sure and men
tion the El Paso Daily Herald.
TROUBLES OF THE
The Government Says They
Have Defrauded People;
Officials Sa- No.
New York, June 16. A raid by Unit
ed States postoffice inspectors on the
handsome Broadway offices of the
United Wireless Teelgraph company
preceded the arrest of Christopher C.
Wilson, president of the company: Sam
uel S. Bogart, first vice presidonr. and
William TV; Tompkins, president of the
New York Selling agency.
Chief inspector Mayer subsequently
gave out a statement in which he charg-
es that although the company has been
running at a loss, the price of its shares
have oeen advanced by manipulation of j
officers of the company have sold out
their stock to the general public at a
profit estimated in one instance at be
tween five and 10 millions.
"There are 2S,00 shareholders of the
company throughout the country," said
inspector Mayer in his statement,
"many of whom have placed their sav
ings in the stock of the company,
through false representations by its of
ficers. "The real assets of the company,
consisting of land stations, patents,
manufacturing plants and real estate
of all kinds appear to be worth at a
conservative estimate $400,000 or an
actual worth of two cents a share."
Two million shares have been issued
at a par value of $10 a share, but the
stock has recently been put up to $50
None of the men arested had any ex
planation to make but a statement was
given out by C. C. Garbralth, general
manager of the United, in which he
"The action of x the federal authorities
will in no way affect the commercial
business of the company. The difficulties
in which stock salesmen may involve
any stock company through unauthor
ised statements are well known to ev
f .'on who haff bml ip a bum fs m
which the sale of stock is a factor."
Arthur M. King, counsel for the
I United, said that for several months the
j postoffice department had been harras
sing the company. He attributed the ! tom " fe " "-""naea. uur cus--orspontfn-
tn t,o '.pnnt.T.f nf rfin f .raers ie mo too, because it Is a
persecution to the discontent of certain
stockholders who might have been un
fairly treated by other stockholders.
ANOTHER FIGHT ON RITI.ES
OF THE HOUSE IS ON
Washington. D. C. June 16. The next
big rules fight In the houe of repre
sentatives is brewing. All parties and
all factions of parties are occupied with
consideration of what the house shall
do to provide means by which a member
may recall a bill or resolution from a
standing committee after that commit-
tpp Vine 'fnflor? tn a-nnrt T'l-io a-rt r? ortiiorh-" ?
is to prevent legislation from being
smothered in committee
Two proposed rules on the subject
were offered in the house today one by
j Champ Clark of Missouri, leader of tne
minority, which represents the com
posite .Democratic idea on the subject,
and another by Madison. Republican of
Kansas, an Insurgent leader.
Both the Clark and Madison resolu- f
tions were referred to the rules commit
tee which wHi meet today.
MAN ABANDONS FLIGHT TO
KANSAS CITY TO TOPEKA
Topeka, Kan., June 16. at S p. m.. J.
C. Mars, the aviator, abandoned his To-peka-Kansas
City flight for the day at
Bismarck, a small town near North
At 7:37 he made .three attempts at
! Midland, near Bismarck, to -resume his
fn&ht but his engine w
properly and darkness c
a? not working
compeled him to
give up the attempt.
ELFERS HELD FOR GRAND JURY
E. B. Elfers. charged with forgery.
was bound over to tho grand jury by
justice Watson Wed-.esady afternoon
following his preliminary hearing.
Bond was fixed at $500, which Elfers
On Properly Selected Food. It Pays Big
If parents will give just a little intel
ligent thought to the feeding-of their
children the difference in the health df
the little folks will pay, many times over
for the small trouble.
A mother writes saying: "Our children !
are aN so much better and stronger than
jhey ever were before we made a change 4
in the character of rhe food TYv hsji-v I
quit using potatoes three times a day
u ith coffee and so much meat.
"Now we give the little folks some
fruit, either rresh, stewed, or canned,
some Grape-Nuts with cream, occasion
ally some soft boiled eggs, and some
Postum for breakfast and supper. Then
for dinner they have some meat and
"It would be hard to realize the
change in the children, they have grown
so- sturdy and strong, and we attribute
this change to the food elements that,
I understand, exist in Grape-Nuts and
"A short time ago my baby was
teething and had a great deal of stom
ach and bowel trouble. Nothing seemed
to agree with him until I tried Grape
Nuts softened and mixed with rich milk
and he -improved rapidly and got sturdy
Read '-The Road to WeHville," found
in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever rend the nbove letter? A new
one ainjears from time to time. They
nre genuine, true, and full of human
A Good Rule to Follow
Buy your grain here and
yon will never be disap
pointed in quality, as we
make it a point to see
xthat notning but the
best enters our stock.
The better judge of
quality you are, the
more pleased we will be
to serve you.
Third & Chihuahua Sts.
ICE IS GUARANTEED
TO JAIL PRISONERS
The ice man will now make dill
calls at the county jail to furnish the
Inmates with ice for their drinking wa
ter. The negro citizens who have been
circulating a subscription list among
themselves have raised sufficient money
to purchase three ice books with cou
pons good for a sufficient quantity rf
ice to supply the prisoners with ca
water during the remainder of the
summer. The subsnrlnrJnn li --o,
I f ta.!"V:d hy A Jones. The Herald
building janitor, and M. Pillow. There
j are 33 signatures to the list.
POSTMASTER SMITH 3IAD
OVER DELAY OF EXPRESS.
Postmaster J. A. Smith has a kick
against the express companies and hs
says he is going to take it up with the
interstate commerce commission. Uncle
JImmie ordered a part or a machine
shipped from Pontiac, Mich. It arrived
"Wednesday by way of the American
and Wells Fargo express companies.
On the outside , of the package wa3
stamped the date the package left Chi
cago, which was the morning of th
10th, making the time for its carriage
from -Chicago to El Paso five days. As
this is two days slower than the trains
run, postmaster Smith thinks someone
was guilty of negligence. As the ma
chine supply is one which was needed
at once, the delay resulted in much In
convenience to the postmaster.
How to Cure Eczema, Piin-
pies and Dandruff.
We desire to say that when we toofe
the agency for ZBMO, we were con
vinced that It was a valuable remedv tor
Eczema, pimples and dandruff. Yet we
must frankly admit that Zemo has far
exceeded our expectations as a treat
ment for skin diseases. We are please i
to state that we sha-11 continue the
agency as ZEMO has, given splendid re-
Clta,etable Iiquid for external use.
i. , eiiects its cures by drawing to
the surface of the sjcin and destroying
the germ life that causes the disease.
ieamg the skin clear and health-. It
does not soil the clothing or linen and
can be used freely on infants.
With every purchase. o i-- ,t
j let on skin diseases explaining in simple
..o ay person can be cured at
nome of any form of skin or scalp ds
ease by this clean, scientific remedv.
Knoblauch Drug Co., Druggists
Nature's own rem
edv lor deoletfd
fft nerve force; for ex
"'. hanstion: for de-
Dility ; for inscania;
now nreaared in
a most highly eflica-
ceous tablet form. 52
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Ore Shippers ' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and SHver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
j C. W. WINSLOW & CO..
304 San Frandsco St E1 Pas0 TeJ.
j -au, -ic..
I . .
! inG(ipnCfant AS33V OffS9
D. W. Ricxhabt. E J., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays aw
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examine
and Reported Upon. Suli75n Work S
P. O. RoX 88.
Office aad Laboratory:
Ccr. Saa rraadsc & C3MSfe.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett,
Assayers. Cnemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
$22 San Francisco S. Phone 324
PHONE BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will he up right away.
Careful men. Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 195S
109 MAIN ST.