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News Of the Great Southwesi
News Of the Great Southwest
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Sol I. Berg's Suits.
Some customers say it's the pat
tern, others the cut.
Another says it's the good vaJu,
but the real secret is the combi
nation of Cloth, Style and Price.
ON ALL SPEIN& AND SUMMEE SUITS
NO SUITS CHAEGKSD AT THIS PEICE
Finest of Clothing Eeady to Wear
206 SAN ANTONIO STEEET 208
DON'T FORGET THE NUMBEE
BESCUES LAMP FEOM
s it ana is inmost
Burned to Death as a
Dalhart. Tex-, June 24. Fire last
aigfct destroyed the residence and
hoe&obeM goods of W. A. Pepper, the
loss is $2D0S and the insurance 5S00.
Prompt action of the fire department
saved -the Itfe of W- Lu Pepper, who,
as ke was descending- from a second
story -with a lamp, became dizzy and
dropped the lamp, which exploded and
foread Pepper to the attic, where fire
man rescued him-
UECEPTIOX FOR 2RIDAL
PARTY AT COLOXIA DUBLAX
HouKcwarzninsr In Honor of Birthday
Party Xevr House Finished in
Burnt "Wood Designs.
Colonia Dnblan, Mes., June 24. Fin
ley Merrill and bride arrived from Utah
and a reception was tendered them by
tbe gTms mother. They will return
to El Pao, where they will make their
home for the present. Mr- Merrill Is in
the employ of the Union Mercantil
company. Miss Mary Merrill expects to
refrern to El Paso with her brother
The house-warmins was given at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Payne in
lonr of Mrs. Payne's birthday. About
5C sjuests were in attendance-
H. S- Harris offered the dedicatory
prayer- The house is an elegant brick
cottage, and the parlor wood work is
finished in burnt wood designs.
The Sunday school officers' reception
at the home" of Willard Call was well
H.OGSEVEITS FRIEKD ACQUITTED.
Cleveland, O-, June 24. Fred Kohler,
the "Golden Rule" chief of police, who
was suspended from his position by
mayor Baehr upon the filing- of charges
allesiog drunkenness and immorality, I
n-nc -oiitfrtd hr rhf rlvil service com
mission late today. Kohler was re- j
instated, at once.
A new creation by Dr. Price, the well-known Pure Food
Expert. A combination of Cereals Wheat, Oats, Rice
Ask Your Grocer.
A record in the shape of
with pictures of your trip
Brownie Cameras, $1 and
5 and more.
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
30S Snn Antonio St.
Cut Rate Hardware
300 S. EI Paao SU
Several Men Are Injured in
Various Ways Two
- Babies Die itfews.
Bisbee, Ariz., June 24 Powder fumes
in a sulphide stope of the Junction
shaft almost suffocated John 111 en, a
miner, who is now at the Calumet &
Arizona hospital in a critical condition.
Three of the fellow workmen likewise
nearly succumbed to the deadly fumes.
They are out of danger.
A fall of rock at Co,le shaft disabled
miner I. F. Eaves, inflicting- a severe
-scalp wound. At the Oliver shaft, Steve
Dabovich sustained similar injury from
rocks falling from the roof of his
Ivor Dunstan, just arrived from Eng
land to visit his brother, William, 22
years old, was griefstricken when in
formed thatv the young- man had died
here, June l3.
A. L. Manahan, formerly of Bisbee,
was recently severely injured in a
trolley car wreck on the Pacific Elec
tric company's suburban line at Los
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Uynnwas buried from their home yes
terday. The baby's twin brother died
on June 16.
The four months old babe of Mr. and j
Mrs. Thos. Anglus, of School Kill, died :
yesterday afternoon. j
Nucleus for a menagerie in the shape
Gila monster was found, yester- I
day, by miners at the Spray shaft. It
will be "paced on exhibition down town.
The careless throwning- of a banana
peel caused William Chilles, a miner, to
slip and violently strike his head
against the sidewalk. Medical atten
tion was necessary.
The Bisbee Kose team is getting in
shape for the Fourth of July hose races i
by nightly practice on Naco road. The
Upper Lowell team is also practicing.
A monster jollification and torchlight
paarde is slated for Bisbee. Saturday
night to ceieorate statenooa.
Bricklaying work for the superstruc
an album filled'
is worth while.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Cov
ers, Builders HarOvrare, Tools
all kinds, Saddles, Harness and
Cutlery, Tents, Paint, etc.
ture of the Elks' home was started yes-
terday. When finished, this edifice will
be one of the finest In the city.
The wedding- of Miss Anna Meredith
and R. A. Noon, of Cananea, was
J solemnized at the Copper Queen parlors
last evening-, justice High officiating.
MAKES FIRST EUN
! Farmers Anxious to Secure
! Water Severe Electri
! cal Storm.
J. VI lttlC, i. -LVi., J Ullti 4. J.11U CJk.111-
' bltion run by the first engine of the
irrigation power plant svas marred by
the engine "running aTtay" for a min-
ute; It was soon placed under control,
I however. A large crowd attended the
A meeting of officials was held to
i see if, without violation of contract, the
' first unit of the irrigation plant could
be started at once. The second unit will
I not be completed for six weeks and the
j farmers could use the water to advan-
, tage at once. Those present were: C. E.
i Rittenhouse, president of "Western Con-
j struction company; "Ward S. Arnold,
j represenrating- the TVestinghouse co-m-
j pany; Robert S. Woods, representing-
j the Fidelity company, and judge H. F.
Jones, judge "W. E. Lindsay and judge
; Reese, representing: Portales Irrigation
j company. The decision will be an-
j nounced later.
A severe electrical storm disturbed
things in Portales and iprevented a
large number of the performers from
appearing- at the presentation of Ten
nyson's "Dream of Fair Women," which
i -rcas given at the armory. It Is proba-
"c i.no.1. a. actuuu JJCIJ.UI maiice win ue
A mass meeting- of citizens was. held
at the courthouse to plan for a com
bined jollification over statehood and
for the Fourth of July celebration. The
celebration will hp nf -mora. Vion nf..oi
interest this year, because of th Mm- !
pletion of the big- irrigation project,
- ccurring- at the same time.
Judge S. J. Nixon has laid cement
walks In front of Ills office and resi
dence. T. J. Molinaire has a new red run
about. Mrs. E. J. Crosby and children hare
gone for a visit to Palestine, Tex
Miss Pearl Stone entertained the" U.
Mrs. R. u. Hough and children have
returned from a visit to Missouri.
Mrs. M. Lewis is recovering- from ty
Telephone Service ,to El Paso
Is Next to Impossible.
(By 3Irs. w. S. Tilton.)
Cloudcroft, X. M., June 24. A T,rv
pleasant hop was held in the dining- room
of the pavilion Wednesday night. The
floor of the dining (room being of hard
3 ', J, mUch better for dancing
than the ballroom of the pavilion, where
tne dances have always been held here
tofore. iw Herb.ert Stevenson's plate is now
all fenced in with heavy net wire fenc
ing with a wide carriage gate, which
stands Hospitably ope?. 1 beautiful
driveway circles the entire place, and
S BVr ?'e"s "HI11 Crest" will be one
west S PlECeS f the south-
W. E. Talbot has purchased the new
cottage on the corner of Chipmunk ave
nue and Swallow Place, and he and
nis family are alreadv onmfnrf,i,u.
stalled in it. There is but a very slight
Improvement In the condition of their
oaby, who Is so desperately ill
One wing of the new Lodge has the
roof on and will soon be ready for the
Superintendent and Mrs. W G Roe
and family arrived today and are 'busi
ly settling their new cottage
Mrs. Breckheimer has a beautiful bed
of pansies. of which she Is very proud
and with which she is very g2er?nT
nave been reaneiBtaA i. -r-i.
Paso friends not to try to telephone. as
it l-s nothine- buf fri ' I. s
a trial and TPratlnn
of the spirit.
One can rtoifhar. v.
nor be heard. A 50 word night message
can be sent by telegram for 25 cents
which is far more satisfy ntn.,.
Those at the Lodge are: a R. Kane,'
tum"vTa T-: Uss Helen Kane, Ottum-
. , .c, .nu .lima l-f Uonn -
Ark. Dr. Leo J. Peter5 and ,f
Schulerburg. Tex : Edward Rheinhehn
?nfl?A P'lSOAL- S- Po1 Shelbyvilie.
Ind. a. J. Carpenter, C. J. Hellerstedt,
2 ?.?; t 5- 'HGar- E1 Pa: S. L
Benedlto, El Paso: Mrs. T J. Pennock,
Galveston tfannv Von Riddenfrcck Gal
veston; TV. J. Herrinome and wife,
Houston, Tex.; Dr. R. H. Gudger. Ala
magordo; TT. VT. Windham and wife.
Douglas, Ari7..; oseoh :vivrir?r tti -d-..
T. A -TITl.j -,-. . " t ii j. aau,
. . iii,iiu, eamnonf att-c
j Boyer. Artesla; Mrs. Catharln
-rtesia; isrellie Plock, TV
ancl wife, Houston; O. N
cumcarl, N. M.; A.
Louis; Mr. and Mrs.
C. McElwain. St.
J:. Demniitt. Fl
Paso; F. TV. McConnic. FmiRtnn- tt t'
Moore, Grand Falls Tex.; Frank Dear-
Jr&o 7Iand: A" A Hyon- Reining, N.
M.; Sallie Crocket, Manor, Tex.
3IARFA GIRT, TVEDS FORT
STOCIvTOX BUSINESS MAX
Shaf'r Folks WcO at Fort Davis; All
VIII Rc-Jile tt Fort Stocltton;
Genernl ZVevrs "otcs.
Marfa, Tex., June 24. Lucian K Fe
lix and Miss Evelyn Greenwood wrfa
; married at the home of the bride's
parents, .ur. and Mrs. Robert Green
wood. Rer. A. T. Felix, brother of the
Sroom, performed the ceremony. The
bride is an attractive 3'oung Marfa cirl,
who for the past two years has taught
in the public school here. The groom
Is a business man of Fort Stockton,
goes into Ice Cream
costs much more
than it used to, un
less it is made from
"When it is made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder, Ice Cream does not
cost as much as it did ten years ago.
The price of Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow
der never goes up.
Ice Cream, made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder, is the lowest-priced
luxury on. earth.
Flavors: Vanilla. Strawberry, Lemon.
Chocolate, and Unflavored.
at Grocers', 2 packages 25 cents.
Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Address,
The Genesee Pare Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
la New York Society
Beautiful Women of the
"400" Who Have Lux
In gay New York, where women get
their ideas from their ulsters abroad, the
hair tonic called Parisian tsage is in i
A great scientist, undoubtedly one of i
the most eminent hair specialists in the j
world, 'is the discoverer of Parision j
Sage. He claims most emphatically that (
it 'is the only hair preparation that "Will
kill the persistent dandruff germs. At j
any rate, the Giroux Mfg. Co., sole
manufacturers of Parisian Sage in the
United States, give through their j
agent, Kelly & Pollard, this money '
back guarantee, which is no doubt
strong enough and plain enough to v
please the most exacting: j
"We eruarantee Parisian Sage to cure i
dandruff in two weeks; to stop falling1
Lnair; to make dull, lifeless and colorless
hair beautiful and luxuriant; to cure all
itching diseases of the scalp, or money
The price Is only 50 cents a large bot
tle at Kelly & Pollard's or by express,
all charges prepaid, from Giroux Mfg.
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The girl with the
Auburn hair Is on every bottle. '
at which place they twill re-
Mrs. M. R. Mahon entertained In
honor of her sister. Miss Naomi Bish
op, of Austin. The guests were Misses
Genevieve Bogel, Lelia Lancaster, Kuby
Henderson and Naomi Bishop, and
Bryan Cartwright, W. E. Mahon, Chas.
Buckler and Burnett Millard.
The wedding of Miss Victoria Gleim
and S. W. Leverett was solemnized at
the priest's parlors in Fort Davis. Tho
bride is the daughter of E. G. Gleim, a j
mercnant or snaiter. xne groom nas
been at the head of the wholesale de
partment of the Murphy, Walker Co.,
for the last three years. They will
make their future home in Fort Stock
ton, Tex., where the groom has accept
ed a posit'on with the 'Rooney Mercan
Mr. and Mrs. R. I. McCracken have
returned from Floresville, where they
have been visiting Mr. McCracken's par
ents. FIXES STATE FOR
Tucson Democrat Specula (en n to Who
"Will Run on the Slate
Tucson, Ariz., June 2i. Sine the
signing of the statehood bill by the
president some speculation has been
indulged localls- as to the personnel I
of the state officers, including the rep
resentatives of the new state in con
In this speculation a Tucson Demo
crat has picked the following slate for
the Democratic ticket:
United States senators Eugene
Brady O'Xell, Maricopa; Charles;
Congressman Henry - F. Ashurst,
Governor G. W. P. Hunt, Gila.
Lieutenant governor Dave Babbitt,
Secretary of state B. A. Packard, Co
chise. Attorney general P.eese M. Ling, Ya
vapai. Auditor Carl Hayden, Maricopa.
Treasurer George TV. Olney, Graham.
Superintendent of public instruction
R. H. Fulton, Maricopa.
The minor state offices are left un
slated because of the difficulty of
choosing between the multitude of as
MANY FOREST FIRES XEAR
S AFFORD j BOY INJURES EYE
Safford, Ariz., June 24. The drouth
of the past six months continues and
the entire southern part of the county
is dryer than for years. Forest fires
in the surrounding mountains are nu
merous. The last one In the Graham's
destroyed -over 200 acres of grown
The meeting of the Pythian sister
lodge at Solomonville was attended by
Mesdames G. A. Olney, A. R. Gold
man and "W. K. Dial, of Safford.
Mrs. Joseph Ferrin, of Tucson, is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Charles F.
E. TV. Glayton, cashier of the Bank of
Safford, Is serving on the grand jury
' the special tenn of court, Solomon
ville. Dr. J. X. Stratton was called to Solo
monville to dress the eye of Fred Tid
well, who in falling from a wagon,
pierced an eyeball with a sunflower
Miss Alberta Colton has returned
from an outing at Camp Incept ion. Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Patterson and son,
Stewart, have gone to the camp to re
main during the heated term.
Mrs. J. M. Foster and sons, who spent
the winter in Los Angeles, have re
Mrs. A. B. Richmond, of Tucson, is
J visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Pearson.
CELEBRATION. FOR UL.INT5
NEW SETTLER ARRIVES
Clint, Tex., June 24. Clint will have
a Fourth of July celebration this year
and au excellent program has been pre
pared. More than $100 has already
been subscribed for expenses. The
Ysleta orchestra will furnish music for
Cole Evans, who purchased eight sec
tions of land near this place, received
a car of household goods ' Thursday
from his -old home at Dallas, and his
family has arrived.
J. JL Elliott has .moved his family
here from Wills Point, Tex. Mr. Elliott
is a carpenter, and has completed the
house for "W. B. Watkins.
Mrs. Jep Koen Tas taken seriously ill
while at El Paso, Saturday, and is re
ported to be in a critical condition.
Josa Madrid and A. F. Redmond are
Rer. Mr. Bond and Rev. Mr. King
conducted religious services here. Three
additions were -made to the church.
Miss Mary BIse has accepted a posi
tion as operator for the Clint Telephone
BIG GEORGIA FIRE.
Savannah, Ga., June 24. Fire which
started shortly after 1:30 oclock a. m.,
destroyed the Cosy theater, the ticket
offices of the Southern Railway, with
the commercial freight office and sev
eral retail stores. The loss is estimated
m . it
A big shipment
will he received
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450- TvTAYTpTiTi GrOATS
Alamo Canyon n&e Extin
guished jSTew Porest
Maynill. N. M.,'June 24. A cloudburst
on the Sacramento river drowned 450
goats belonging to Art McNatt, who
had just gathered them to move them to
water. Water ran for two hours after
the storm had passed. The hills were
white with hail.
A bad fire started in Adams canyon
and burned from Fleming's ranch to
the summit of the mountain, a distance
of two and one-half miles and three
quarters of a mile. wide. It took the
rangers and 16 men from Cloudcroft,
24 hours to get it under control.
A message has been received an
nouncing the death of Archie Tuton at
RockfordTex. Mr. Tuton was one of
the best known stockmen in this coun
try. He went south for his health last
Sim White and famiy of Hope have
returned from a month's camping trip
i !,, mnnfninc
G. S. Young and family, of Hope, wno
have been visiting wth VT. A. Paxton,
have returned home.
Miss Edna Dockery and Roy Worley,
both of Mayhill, were married at the
home of the. bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Dockery.
"W. H. B. Kent, the new supervisor of
the Alamo forest service, who has been
visiting the different rangers' stations,
has returned to Alamogordo. Mr. Kent
takes charge of the forest work on July
1, succeeding A. M. Neal, who will
leave for his old home in Oklahoma for
a year's visit.
Dr. Mozley, of Albuquerque, but for
merly of Elk, is looking for a location
in this section. . 4
Miss Lucy Wood of Strawn, Tex., has
arrived to spend the summer with her
aunt, Mrs. J. E. C. Bell.
DIES IX XOGALBS HOSPITAL
Nogales, Ariz., June 24. Dr. J. P.
Wallace died here at the St. Joseph's
hospital of Bright's disease. He was
69 years old and from Colorado Springs,
where his body was shipped for burial.
He recently came to Nogales for med
ical treatment from Culiacan, SInaloa.
M. E. Srhalf and family have arrived
in Nogales from Mazatlan. to reside.
HOVAL SMITH FOR TKiS
SENATE FROM ARIZONA STATE
Phoenix, Ariz., June 24 Following the
Keep The Complexion Beautiful
0 ?n a ii
me l ace o&waej?
(In Green Boxes Only)
Produces a soft, velvety
appearance so muck ad
mired, and remains nntu
washed off. Purified by
a new process. Will not
clog the pores. Harmless
asweter. Prevents return
of discolorations. White,
Flesh, Pink, Brunette.
By Leading Toilet Counters
Or Mail. Price 50 cents.
MONEY BACK if Not Entirely Pleased.
Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET CO,, PA5IS.TBK
Kelly & Pollard
Saturday Specials from
Where Quality Keeps Up
want something really good,
condition for less than the regular price,
then come here tomorrow. Despite the fact
that the quality is always considered first
we will give extra good values tomorrow.
The list includes both meat ancl fruits and
you can look the city over and you might
duplicate the price but the quality never.
Nations s Eolled Eoast, -i g
per pound only 1 OC
Chuck Steak, per 1 Or
pound only - C
Chuck Eoasts, per -i f
pound only - C
Pancv Texas Peaches, per 'd - ff
crate" only P l.UU
Cantaloupes, extra nice, OC
four for OC
"vTatermelons,-nice and cold, - J
per pound only A 2C
arrival Saturday of governor Sloan it is
J expected, that a call for the Arizona
j constitutional convention will be issued
at once. The election will be held 60
days thereafter, and the convention
will be convoked 90 days after the re
turns are canvassed.
Messages from Globe state that
Hoval A. Smith, chairman of the Re
publican territorial central committee,
has resigned to become a candidate for
senator from the new state. Friends
of Smith here say that he has resigned,
but deny that he has senatorial aspira
tions. SIDXEY BIEBER IS NOW
AFTER A NEW JOB
Senate Opposse.s His Appointment to a
Custom Collectorsliip, bnt Taft is
Firm in His Behalf.
There was considerable fluctuation in
Sidney Bieber, preferred, on the senate
stock exchange, says the Washington
For a while it looked as though he
would never get the Georgetown col
lectorship, but before the day was
j over an entirely new face had been put
upon the matter.
About 1 oclock in the afternoon
president Taft withdrew from the sen
r.te Mr. Bieber's nomination to be col
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lector of customs for the port of
Georgetown. This was taken to mean
that the president had become satis
fied that the opposition to Mr. Bieber
would prevent his confirmation at this
There was much gossip about It at
the capltol. One report was that sen
ator Bourne of Oregon, who has voiced,
the principal objections to Mr. B'eber,
was willing to withdraw his objectionm
and permit the confirmation if sen
ator Clark, who on one occasion
roundly denounced Mr. Bieber on the
floor of the senate, would equally as
publicly withdraw the remarks he had
made about him. This senator Clark,
It is said, declined to do, although he
was quoted as having said that he
would not oppose Mr. Bieber's confirm
ation. Just when speculation was at its
height word came from the white house
about 4 oclock, withdrawing the with
drawal. This left Mr. Bieber's nomina
tion still pending before the senate,
where It was first sent on March 8.
Sidney Bieber, to wnom reference Is
made in the foregoing spent some time
in El Paso a couple of years ago and
was at various times candidate for the
postofflce In El Paso, governorship of
New Mexico and something or other in,
Arizona. He Is ex-fire marshal of
Washington, D. C.