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Tuesday. August 2, 1910.
HIRAM CARPENTER'S EL PASD SETS I My Corns Don'1
VfH I! I Kh I It B I IKH ni P I til ! Ill I I I I &. I I
isunuLsii ul uuiiL i iiLau iiUUdllil
L UV WAV V
u ou too
After 20 Years of Intense Suffering
When Ail Thought He Had but
Short Tjme to Live. Earnestly
Prayed to Die, Condition Deplor
able Beyond Description.
"ries Cuticura. Eureka! Relief at
iOnce, Stopped 1 erribie Burning
Sensation from Word Go. In Six
Weeks Skin Smooth asThis Paper.
."I ferre 1bcen afflicted for twenty years
rhh a ebstinate skin disease, called by soma
34. Ds. psoriasis, and others leprosy, com
Bencing on rny scalp; and in spite of all I
could &Of with the help of the most skilful
doctors, It slotvly but surely extended until a
year ago -this -winter it covered my entire
pcrsea ia the form of dry scales. For tha
last. three years I have been unable to do any
labor, aad suffering Intensely all the time.
Every morning there would be nearly a dust
panfl of scales taken from the sheet on my
bed, soaae f them half as large as the enve
lope oaaUinlng this letter. In the latter part
of winter my skin commenced cracking open.
I tried everything, almost, that could ba
thougat ef, without any relief. The 12th of
June I started West, in hopes I could Teach,
the Hat- Springs. I reached "Detroit and was
bo low I thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but finally got as far as Lansing,
MlclL, where I had a sister living. One
Dr. treated me about two weeks, but did
me ae good. All thought I had but a short
tfcae to live. I earnestly prayed to die.
, Or&ckaff through the skin all over my back,
acro96-w ribs, arms, hands, limbs; feet badly
swolnwrTwe-n ails came off; finger-nails dead
aod tartf ae a bone; hair dead, dry and lifeless
as aid straw. O my God! how 1 did suffer.
"My steter. Mrs. E. H. Davis, had a small
part at a box of Cuticura in the house. She
rt give up; saia. we win try uuu-
' Seme was applied on one nana ana
&rT JSirekal mere was reiiel; stopped tne
terrJWe "burning sensation from the word go.
They feamediately got Cuticura Resolvent,
Otaicaent and Soap. I commenced by taking
one tablespoonful of Cuticura Resolvent three
times a day after meals; had a bath once a
day. water about blood heat; used Cuticura
Soap freely; applied Cuticura Ointment
- morning and evening. Result: returned to
. my home in just six weeks from the time I
left, and my skin as smooth as this sheet of
paper. Hiram E. Carpenter, Henderson, N.Y."
"We hereby certifv that we are acquainted
with the aforesaid Hiram E. Carpenter, and
know his condition to have been as stated.
"We believe his statement to be true in every
particular." L. B. Simmons & Son, Mer
chants; G. A. Thompson, Merchant: A. A.
Davis; Millard E. Joiner, Merchant; John
Carpenter; A. M. Leffingwell, Attorney and
Counselor-at-law, all of Henderson, N. Y.
The above remarkable testimonial was
written January 19, 1S80, and is republished
because of the permanency of the cure.
Under date of April 22, 1910, Mr. Carpenter
wrote from his present home. 610 Walnut
St. So Lansing, Mich.: "I have never
suffered a return of the psoriasis and
although ;aoy,. years have passed I have
not feigettaa Mm tumble suffering I endured
before fiaia& the Oriacura Remedies."
Siscs this owe ms made by the Cuticura
Remedies, tier haTainade their way to every
oart ef the el i MwnTworld. A 32-page book
et deaciiWag. humors and affections of the
Ida tM e?raitod free to those desiring fur
ler feferaaMt bythe Potter Drug fc Chem-
il Oerperatiea, Boston, U. 8. A.
the dll was impregnated with the odor
of c and eemed sticky and waxy, as
if ic as being held together by asphai-
j 'Olc timers declare that there are
i Ample fidications of oil throughout the
'T&gior that it has -been found seeping-ihrouu-fhe
rocks in the foothills for
years &d that there is no doubt of its
exisere. They also say thatx rumblings
cabkeard beneath the surface as ir
from as below. They take all these
andicafens to mean that there s oil
baioV. The well drillers have stopped.
Tfiey rilare that they were driling for
water ai that they do not intend to
contiaueirilliifg toward oil if there is
any, fgr ae jbenefitof the people who
have takei UDallTtke surroundins: land
XTntil sot iarArier arrangements can J
be made iKhe Tatter of drilling, tnere
is no certaity .about the existence of oil
In pavliifr oaiititles, although nobody
has a desfcibuthat it is there. One
man is said'q have stated that he took
good slubrTS:ing's-oil out of a pool oy
the htjcketft in "one of the draws or
arroyos in tl neighborhood.
TVit'h the striking of oil several
months, a-o .vest Of this place aoout
eight miisf:, n John Head's rancs and
ine exiseeefaxpu at xoyan, tne peopie
believe -0t?uMs an oil belt through
the TayaK ii!Pecos vallevs that will I
Jl "THE PECOS
. Cfitlued From Page Oie.)-
some day becflie a-very rich producer. I Warren, Engle; H. F. Rowder, Engle;
The S&d pJaelof 1640 acres wes ra- TVm. P. Lapoint, Las Cruces; William
cently sold to Irsl O. J. Reib, of Dallas, Lawrence, Hachlta.
under, the sherfPsJdrder, on a foreclos- At the Grand Central D. R. S. Jack
ure lield by thlFirst National bank of son and wife. La Mesa; L. Migeon,
PecoS' Mrsilifilought it as an ln
vestroeatsbbutyasjiiot stated any inten
tion CsrUljiglfor oil. The oil was
struckatadeibf 200 feet anu is a
fine grade5btl Drtcant.
MAN U FACTORED 6V THE
SOLD BV ALL LEfldfN6
a., c. DRUGGISTS 1 .
Owe Size only; soeorTLe
L2 Alii klLnlilS
Knock Down Cement Block
Houses Are to Be
A company is being organized by
Otto P. Kroeger for the purpose of
financing a plant to build sectional con- ;
crete houses in El Paso, for shipment I
to all parts of the southwest. A sample J
of this stylo? of house has been made j
at the site of the new ractory in East j
El Paso and Is being shown to those j
who are interested In the project. The j
houses are molded in sections with I
grooves by which they are fitted to
gether. A concrete house is made in j
this way which can be shipped to any j
part of the country and set up. The
walls, ceiliu?, floors and roof are -made !
in concrete blocks, -which fit into each j
other on the principle of the tongue
and groove which s used in floor con
Everything is complete in the knock-
down houses, even the bath tub being
made of concrete. These houses can
be bbuMt for a. very reasonable price.
vand can be shipped In sections to dif
ferent parts of the country at a low
freight rate. The company which is
being organized to promote the project
expects to establish a factory here,
vVhich will make the knockdown houses
id all styles and sizes. They are fire
proof and are said to be much more
economical than frame or brick con
struction. When the plant is in opera
tion it is expected to employ 150 men.
A ZS'EW REAL ESTATE FIR3I
OPENS 31ESA AVE. OFFICES.
G. C. Crowell, formerly with the
Sturges company, has engaged in the
real estate business with "W. T. Down
ing and will make a specialty of val
ley and suburban property. The nsw
firm has leased te rooms in the Mor
gan building now occupied by the
ilaple Realty Co. The Maple company
will move to San Francisco street.
ISEAV SCHCTZ BUflDIXG
IS XEARISG COMPLETION'.
The inside finish of the new Schutz
building on San Francisco street is
being built and the exterior finish
ojv.1 .!,,. . - Tb
,. , v. . ,
ment walk has been laid on the San
Francisco street front f the new
building and it -will be ready for occu
pancy before September.
LEO FERLET PURCHASES
J. AV. JOHN'SOS'S HOME.
Leo Ferlet of the El Paso Printing
company has purchased the home of .T.
W. Johnson on the corner of Campbell
and Hill streets for $3400. Mr. Ferlet
moved to El Paso from San Antonio,
where he was a member of Guissaz &
Ferlet Co. The sale was made throuj
Hawkins Bros." agency.
Boracho, Texas J. "Wl Balke. trustee,
to TV. F. Shattuck, lot 3. block 36, Bo-
radio, Texas; consideration 30. Dated I
August 1, 1910.
uuraciiu, j.e.xaij vv. r . anauucK iu I
A. C. Roberts, lot 3, block 36. in the
n f Boracho' Texas: consideration
$300. Dated August 1, 1910. . I
ki i'aso county Alice li. wiuiams
and P. TVilMams to Elmo Ellis, whale
of section 27, township 1, block r5S,
patented by the T. & P. railway sur
veys; consideration $10,000. Dated
August 1, 1910.
El Paso county Bud Hollebeke to
Emmar VanhoHebeke, all of section 22,
block 2; sections 24, 26, 28, 34, 38, 40,
block 59, township 2, of T. & P. railway;
consideration $5500. Date'd August 1,
Southeast corner of Rdvera and San
Marcial streets. East Ed Paso J. TV.
Hadlock to Ernest Gabrielle Lovel, all
of lots 31 and 32, in block C, of the town
of East El Paso, 50 feet front on Rivera
street; consideration $1600. Dated
August 1, 1910.
Licenhed to Wed.
Damacia Herrea and Anna Pena.
PEOPLE IN. EL
From Xevr Mexico.
At the Sheldon L S. Miller,' Lake
Valley; B. V. Viljoen, La Mesa; Dan
At the St. Regis Mrs. H. S. Fair
banks, Carrizozo; E. A. Monteangohl,
Fierro; H. S. Fairbank, Carrizozo.
At the Angelus E. Gordon. Tucum
cari; Mrs. Charles Darlquist, Tucum
cari; Dave Alerter and Tife Tucum
cari; E. C. Perry, Carlsbad; E. C. Mc
At the Orndorff R, S. Trumbull, Tu
cuaicari; C. TV. Maxwell, Roswell.
At the Zeiger Charles A. Stevens,
Lincoln; A. E. Boneller, Paraje; T. TV.
St. Regis H. D. Archibald,
At the Angelus
F. A. Roerch, Doug-
At the Zeiger Louis
At the Sheldon George TV. Gaines,
Houston; M. C. Hoyt, Houston; Louis
Hopp, Texarkana; C. L. Hailey, Abi
lene. At the St. Regis W. S. Kettler,
Houston; J. F. Lunisden, Corsicana;
TV. T. Robertson, Belen; James Kapp,
At the Anjrelus Dr. M. J. Brook and
wife. Atlanta, Tex.; A. Wood. Mitchell.
At the Orndorff Dr. TV. E. Robert
At the Zefger W. D. Lansden, Ysleta;
J. G. Canon, Tan Horn; R. Durlll, Van
At the Grand Central E. T. Town-
send and tvife, Alpine; Margaret Town
send, Alpine; Bob Thomas, Sierra
At the Sheldon Miss M. C. Campos
Xacozari, Sono.; Cipriano, Alverez Her
At the St. Regis Mrs. A. E. Davis,
Durango, Dgo.; F. B. Kinet. Mexico
City; Mrs. R. R. Kirkland, Mexico
At the Angelus Mr.-. M . Toppins,
At the Orndorff G. de la Garza, jr.,
Chihuahua; H. Gordon, Brown, Bato
pilas; R- L. Ariola, Torreon: A. Artenha,
Chihuahua: A. S. Howren, Chihuahua.
At the Grand Central Alberto Lan-
dogaray, Mexico Cit) ; Mrs. Paula Gate,
Tireci, Ailing, Smelly, Swol
len, Sweaty Feet, Corns,
Callouses and Bunions,
TIZ Cures Eight Off.
Say good-bye to your corns the very
first time you use TIZ. You will never
know you have a corn, bunion or cal
lous, or sweaty, tired, swollen, aching (
feet any more. It's just -rronderrul the
way the pain vanishes. Rub the corn
hammer it with your fist if you wish
no more pain after TIZ than if there
had never been a blemish on your feet.
Doesn't that sound good to you?
Doesn't it? Then read this:
"The corns on ejther of my toes wcire
as Inrge a the tablets you make to
cure them. Today there Is no sipn of
corns on either foot and no soreness.
It's nn iip-to-dnte Godsend. Sam A.
Hoover, ProgrrcsK, X. C.
Just use TIZ. It's not like anything
else for the purpose you ever heard of.
It's the only foot remedy ever made
which acts on the principle of drawing
out all the poisonous exudations which
cause sore feet. Powders and other
remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ j
cleans them out and keeps them clean.
It works right off. You will feel better j
the very first time it's used. Use it a j
week and you can forget you ever hac j
sore feet. There is notmng on eartn
that can compare with it- T I Z is for
I sale at an druggists, -o cents per uox.
? or direct, if you wish, from "Walter
Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago. 111. Rec-
i ommended and sold by Knoblauch Drug
Minaca, Chihuahua; Julia Granel, Min
Froru the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon J. G. Prank, Long
At the St. Reals TV. S. Noyes Oak
land, Cal.; C. B. Delaney, San Francisco;
; r. h. Kavanaugh, Sah Francisco.
At the Orndorff Joseph Moore, Los
Angeles; E. M. Bind, Los Angeles; J.
TV. Johnson, Salt Lake City. Utah.
At the Z-eiger E. L. Ouerly, Salt Lake
From New York.
At the Sheldon Andrew Deyo.
At the St. Regis, Charles Engle;
At th Shel(lonH. A. Young,
E. H. j
I At tne &t. uegis i. isnrocier, l.ouis u.
'At the Angelus R. B. Palmeter. A.
TV. Fowkes, B. Frame, A. Grabel.
At the Orndorff J. Mack and wife.
At hte Grand Central John F.
At the Sh 'Idon C. Y. Southcrland.
St. Louis: F. S. Schott, St. Louis; R.
Dimmutt, St. Louis.
At the St. Regis S. .T. Rector and
wife, Kansas City.
At the Sheldon Nellie M. Bager,
Butte, Mont.; .T. J. Huley, New Orleans
I La.; Thurzo TVintermever. Denver. I
At the St. Regis N. H. Nelson. De
troit, Mich.t Georae C. Karkstaff. Den
ver. Colo.; J. M. Bach. Toledo, O.; Juan
Anibal Gonzales, Buenas Aires, South
America; M. Y. Louisa, New Orleans,
At the Orndorff (A. H. Hitchcock,
Denver, Colo.; TVilson Prentiss and wilfe,
At the Grand Central George Crin
gle and on, Hot Springs, Ark.; TVm.
H. Ketcham. Washington. D. C.
GLASTS G-0E8 BACK TO
BALTIMORE TO DIE
Soioum at Prescott too Late
To Save Former Cham
Prescott. Ariz., Aug. 2. Joe Gans.
the former lightweight champion, who
has been in this city for months, slow
ly dying of consumption, has gone to
his old home in Baltimore. His phys
ical condition is unchanged, excepting
slow ebbing of his strength continues.
Just before taking the train tonight
"I know that I am going to die and
feel that I am growing weaker daily. I
want to see mother and the two chil
dren in Baltimore before I die. I
made a mistake in not coming to Pres
cott in the beginning. I did not realize
my condition. My last two fight
broke down my constitution and made
me an easy victim for consumption.'
BALLD'GER SAYS ENEMIES
TVAXT HIM FOR THE GOAT.
St. Paul, Minn., Aug. 2. In an inter
view at Minneapolis, Richard A. Bal
linger, secretary of the interior, bit
terly arraigned his enemies as "dema
gogs," and charged that not only are
they seeking to make a scapegoat of
him, but that they are also trying to
foment trouble between president Taft
and Theodore Roosevelt.
"Pinchot, Garfield and that bunch
have been after me, trying to make a
scapegoat of me," he said. "The presi
dent and I have done all we could to
make this administration a success.
The president is heartily in favor of a
radical conservation and so am I."
ORDINARY PASS ROOKS
FOR I'OSTAT, SAVINGS RANKS.
Washington, D. C. Aug. 2. The long
established passbook system used in
ordinary saving institutions, will be
adopted for the government postal sav
ings banks. The committee that has
been perfecting the plans for the pos
tal banks had been considering what
is known as the coupon system for
postal bank deposits, but ha; niw de
cided that, while having some advan
tar that system might produce com
jF &STFJ? TKw"1! MR M e9 k 3ff H 33 13K IT ar &-iiff mi Kj mm JH W Wa J P i . : 3 ri rr.. r: i v
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1 flKffw sational silk selling in die history of the city. Read every OfyufA
I yI'Llpfl item and come early prepared to buy the choicest summer Mf9Klp
wa iv in pi lift . ii i t pn n i l ... j .-.... i i w i - -- r r n s --! mr v i i n i a
h vv-jut r -fe;v ,t ti
i p Clillr zblfa Fft" HAlfl in
m tw. m lv- te-jri ih, y s c er& si m m m azs &2 a , cfsa w w o
75c Silk, for waists and dresses, full
range of colors, stripes, checks,
plaids and dots.
75c Taffeta Silk, 28 colors; extra j
fine quality for 3 days.
a jEa . as? vi
"VBS &iSr xSB
Broken lot silks Taff eta, Messa
lines, Suzines and Satins, worth up
Figures, stripes and
Rajah Silks, 11 colors, worth to $1
Pongee, all our $1.00 Silks
go for 63c.
LAS CRUCES AND
LAS CRUCES MINORS
P!A-N"NTnT TTAVTt! T.TfVFTffVR rs Cruces, containing 1.60 acres; con
UJN.WU HiiVJii iiiUUx, Lrfderatioii $240; dated April 25, 1907.
Ordinance Passed by Coun
cil Providing for Li
Las Cruces, X. M., Aug. 2. The regu
lar monthly meeting of the board of
to-n trustees was held Monday even -
ing in the town office. Members pres-
ent were chairman E. L. Youug, P. Mo
reno and Estavan Lucero, Will Jacoby
and J. P. Ascarete being out of town.
Several accounts were allowed.
An ordinance was passed amending
section three of ordinance 10 by pro-
viding a penalty of $100 and 90 days
in jail or both for anyone convicted
of selling or giving minors intoxicating
liquors. It further provides that any
saloonkeeper permitting liquor to be
drunk on his premises by minors will
be subject to a forfeiture of his license
and may not obtain another for five
The Las Cruces Citizen is moving its
office, today, into the building formerly
occupied by French's steam laundry in
First National bank block.
Professor Fabian Garcia, of the Agri
cultural college, has gone to the City
of Mexico. He will be joined at Chi
huahua by his wife.
James T. Smith is in El Paso today.
ARRIVE AT CRUCES
Locomotive, Cars and Ma
terial for Construction
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 2. The long
expected Interurban railroad has ar
rived In Las Cruces. Down in the Santa
Fe yards Monday evening there stood a
flat car -which had been sidetracked by
the local freight from El Paso, and
which contained this railroad, of which
so much has been said during the past
few month, ties, rails, cars, locomotive
and all. Isidor Armijo said he oiild
have run it under Its own steam, but
that the Santa Fe tracks were too far
apart. The engine ana tender will be
en fihibi'ion at tin People's Drug store
during construction of the tracks.
We need room. 'No sacrifice too great. Prices cut to pieces.
Our big stock of silks must be sold. Three days of most-sensational
silk selling in die history of the city. Read every
item and come early prepared to buy the choicest summer
and early fall silks at most wonderfully low prices. Sale starts
tomorrow at 9 o'clock. The entire stock goes.
50c Belmont e Silk. 27 inches vide,
14 sha'cles, stripes and dots; beauti
65c Tub Tusak Silk, 27 inches wide,
8 colors, patterns neat with small
dots and stripes.
75c Foulard Silks, 'assorted colors
and -patterns; extra special.
50c and 75c China Silks, 29 colors,
27 inches wide. One pattern to a
LAS CKLCES DAILY RECORD,
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 2. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec- j
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Robert C. Lightbody to Frank Ama
dor, -warranty deed to a parcel of land,
situated about one-fourth mile south of
Jesus Valencia et ux. to Fabian Cha
vez, warranty deed to a let or parcel
of land in the town of Las Cruces, area
I 25 by 50 yards; consideration $53; dated
j July 29, i910.
Robert C. Lijrhtbody to Frank J.
Amador, warranty deed to a triangular.
shaped tract of laud, situated in tne
tcm-Ti of Tic Cruces on iil .faso. con-
j alning. one acre; consideration $15;
dated November 14, 1907.
J. T. Miller to Frank A. Cordray, war
ranty deed to lots 1. 2, 3, 4, o, 6, i, b.
9 and 10, in block S2 of Miller's Wash
ington Heights addition; consideration
1 and other valuables; dated October
a ifnni Pnct to John M. Howeth. war-
, d d to lots 20 and 21. in block
of Miller's Washington Park addlj
tion; consideration $1 and otner aiu
ables; dated June 10, 1910.
A. D. Litton et ux. to C. A. Kaime,
warranty deed to the west half of the
southwest quarter of section 1, town
hin n south of range 2 west, contain
ing 20 acres; consideration $2000; dated j
August 1, 1910.
Victoriano Ortega et al. to Rosa Ro
mero quit claim deed to a parcel of
land, situated on Mill street, in the town
nf T,ns Crnces. area 50 by 50 varas; con
sideration 1: dated December 16, 1907. j
Frank A. Cordray et ux. to Anna N. r
Mvers, warranty deed to lots 1, 2. 3, 4.
5." 6, 7, S, 9 and 10. in block 82 of!
Miller's Washington Park addition,
consideration ?1200; dated November 2,
Robert S. See et ux. to the Sunflower
Mining company, of Salina. Kans.. min
ing deed to eight claim.", situated in the
Orrran Mountain mining district, being
the homestake lode, homestake exten
sion, homestake extension No. 2. Yan
kee, White Elephant, El Padra, King
Edward and Doctor claim: consideration
$4760; dated July 25, 1910.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 2. The fol
lowing guests are registered at the
Park hotel: Leah E. Hutcl.-insin. Carls
bad; M. TV. Callie, El Paso; J. D. Wol
lett. El Paso.
Hotel Don v Barnardo-. J. M. Hoy.
Rincon: IT. C. Shep-nerdson. Battle
Creek, Iich.: TVm. Palmer, jr.. Rin
con: A. J. Fountain. EMesilla: J. M.
Crawfoni and wife. Kl Pa? V T Tin I-
r - r t-ns
ler, EI Pa-o; 11. E, Smith, LI Pao, tl-
las Ogden, El Paso, Sam Reynolds, El
WATER MAIN IS STRAIGHTENED
AT THE NEW MILLS BUILDING.
The crooked is being made straight
at the new Anson Mills building. The
city water main which supplies the
north side of Mills street and crosses
the transfer station corner has a
crook in it like the bend in a dog's
hind leg. This crook comes on the
yvised propsry line of the new Mills
j ., ,. . ,. .
building, and it was necessary to
iH iliyilLCIl il uctuiu Lilt; uaacuiciii. wmi
-a. ii-. j. - .k i, .n
could be poured. The straightening
process was done Monday night by
lantern light after the water had been
shut off from the main. The excavation
for the final unit of the Mills building
basement has been completed and the
boxing and reinforcement will be
placed as soon as a supply of the stee
William S. Taylor, foreman of EI
Paso Dairy company, left Monday on
the Golden State Limited for a 40 days
vacation. He will visit his family at
their summer home, Lavallette, N. J.,
also in Philadelphia, New York ar.d
Washington, D. C.
Rev. Miles Hanson, of Manchester,
England, will preach at the First Pres
byterian church next Sunday morning.
The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a
great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
6hrink from the personal questions of the local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab
horrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition
of disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.
It has been Dr. Pierce's privilege to care a
great many women who have found a refuge
tor modesty in his offer of FREE consults
tion by letter. Till correspondence is held
as sacredly confidential? 21ddress Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription restores and regulates
the womanly functions, abolishes pain and builds up and
puts the finishing touch of health on every weak woman
who gives it a fair trial.
It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Sick Women Well.
You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute
for this non-alcoholic medicine of known composition.
Mirage Silks. 9 colors, splendid val
ues for early fall and auto coats,
worth to $1.25 yard
Cashmere De Soi and Crepe De
Chine, white, black and colors, a
lovely piece of goods for eyening
wear; all pure silk regular $L25
36 inch guaranteed Taffeta, worth
24 inch China large range of col
ors; worth 35c yard.
ASSAULTED BY MEN
Boy and Girl Report That
They Were Beaten ISTear
Two young Mexicans, a. boy and girl,
were brutally assaulted and beaten at
S oclock Tuesday morning. Just after
they had crossed the Stanton street
: bridge on their way ta worK in El Paso.
f1?611 "e ? them with tha
assault, and officers, furnished with a
, dorIntnn ftf t. a .. .w UQ ."
- -"w -.5 " ,-
companied by the young man for pur
poses of identification, are searchim?
the city for the offenders.
Both children state that the four men
were drunk at the time, and all are de
scribed as wearing jumpers. The boy
and girl claim that tney were" attacked
without provocation. Their torn clothes,
black eyes and bruised faces bear wit
ness that the assault was no ordinary
DEMAND IS VERY HEAVY
FOR LAND AT CANUTILLO.
The demand for Canutillo land is in
creasing each day. Local realty agents
who have the upper valley land listed
are receiving inquiries each day for
the land in the1 neighborhood of the
Canutillo bridge. One realty company
has sold 5S0 acres of this land in the
upper valley and has deals pending 'for
as much more.
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