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FOR A WEEK
Gold Filled Brooches
Worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Fine Gold Filled Bar Pins
. Regular Prices $1.00
Best Grade Gold Filled Bracelets
Some of these are worth up to $8.00
See Window Display
W. T. HIXSON CO,
The Gift House of the Southwest
important to All Women
Beaders of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and
never suspect it.
"Women's complaints often prove to be
noihinsr else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other
organs to become diseased.
Tou may suffer a great deal -with
I fiaqlnplia lH TriQQ nf 51 TTl'hli'inTl-
Poor health makes yoi' nervous, irrit
able and may be despondent; it makes
any one so.
But thousands of irritable, nervous,
tired and broken down women have re
stored their health and strength by the
use of Swamp-Root, the great Kidney,
Liver and Bladder Remedy.
Swamp-Root brings new life and ac
tivity to the kidneys, the cause of such
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swamp-Root, the great Kidney,
Liver and Bladder Remedy will do for
them, r Every reader of this paper, who
has not already tried it, may address
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. T.,
and receive sample botle free dv mail
Tou can purchase the regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles at all drug
The Southwestern railroad Is arrang
ing to erect a concrete building for the
use of the Denver Rock Drill company,
on its rlghtofway on Santa Fe street
opposite the E. E. Neff company's of
fices and warehouse. R- G. Crowder,
general manager of the Denver Rock
Drill company, will leave Friday even
ing for Denver to arrange for the in
stalatlon of a large stock of mining
end milling machinery in the new
building when it is completed.
NOT DEFINITELY KXOWX
AdjHsters Will Arrive Thursday From
Dallas, Tex., To Ammgc For ibe
Paymeat of Losses.
Insurance adjusters are expected to
arrive Thursday to adjust the losses on
the Calisher stock and the Buckler
building. The greater number of these
adjusters -will come from Dallas, where
the state headquarters are located. J.
XT. Northman, general manager of the
Calisher company, -will reach here
Thursday on the limited from New
York. Until he arrives it will be Im
possible to tell the exact amount of in
surance Vhat was carried on the depart
ment store stock and fixtures. A per
mit was issued, to the company some
time ago to carry $150,000 and It is
thought that practically all of this
amount had been taken out with the
various companies. The insurance
records are all in the big safe -which is
at the bottom of the pile of debris n
the basement of the building.
Dr. and Mrs. O.' S. "BToiliday, -of Tex
arkana. Texasi are i-he guests r Mrs.
2d. A. Holliday, of 704 Roosevelt ave
nue. Dr. L. E. A-uerbaoh left on the Gold
en State Wednesday for Chicago.
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RAIL-WAY CARMEX "WILL
SELECT LABOR DAY OFFICER
The Brotherhood of Railway Carmen
will meet Thursday evening in Union
Labor hall The second assistant grand
marshal for the Labor Day parade will
be selected at the meeting, as it has
been agreed that the union is to furnish
the second aide to the errand marshal.
S The brotherhood has been forced to seek
new meeting quarters on account of the
destruction of the Buckler building and
the meetings will now be held in Union
Labor nail. Its loss in the fire was
about $100. ,
And ,f.cg. information regasatng that
section. caTJ at or addressour offices
TAKES CODB.TLAXD ROAD
Application for the dissolution of the
Mexico and Colorado Railroad company
has been filed in the district court of
Cochise county, Arizona, by the El Paso
and South-western and the Mexico and
Colorado road. The road mentioned is
the one built two years ago between
Douglas and Courtland and the appli
cation is the final proceeding in the
talking over of the road by the South
in. gate city. Be sure and. see our
EhKit5. is free.
D. C Collier
Trust Eldg., El
ORIENT HAS QUICK
ROUTE TO EL PASO.
It is only five days rolling from St.
Louis to El Paso over the Orient Sys
tem. Deliveries jn EI Paso 'now Are
made on the morning -of the sixth day.
The route is Missouri Pacific, Orient;
Texas & Pacific
. SCALES UP AT, JBOWIE.
Track scales have been installed by
the S. P. at Bo-vvie, Ariz., and the
practice of weighing at that point,
which was discontinued for a while will
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
A. B. Fall, Santa Fe train inspector
at La Junta, is a visitor in the city.
F. B. Wilson, resident engineer for
the Southwestern at Douglas, is a guest
at hotel St. Regis.
W. L. Caerwile, president of the Pe-
cos Valley Southern railwav, is a guest
, at Hotel St. Regis.
Mrs. L. . Anderson, wife of the
chief engineer of the Pecos Vallej'
Vafliey Southern, is visiting friends in
Mrs. C. P. Hostetter, wife of the
i local Orient representative, will leave
Sunday for Long Beach, Cal., with her
G. L. Godgers, G. H. & S. A. brake
man, is laying off on account of sick
ness. He has gone to San Antonio for
a change of climate.
GAYrTOB IS GOOD
and Pulse Register Prac
New York, Aug, 17. Mayor Gaynor's
progress toward recovery from the
j wound inflicted on him a week ago
' is still unbroken.
, Dr. Arlitz states the mayor's average
I temperature had been 99, his pulse 70
and his respiration 17. The figures
1 for practical purposes they might be
2 1 considered auite so.
Palace Of A King Is In
Danger From Rioters'
ON RIFLE RANGE
Arrive at Camp Perry, OMo,
For the Annual Meeting
of Crack Shots.
Camp Perry, Ohio, Aug. 17. The IS
men, under command of Gen. J. O. New
ton, adjutantgeneral of Texas, who
will participate in the national shoot
here for state guardsmen, arrived in
camp yesterday. They will remain here
until September 3.
The personnel of the team Is as fol
lows: Maj. Oscar C. Guessaz, ordnance
department, San Antonio; Maj. Alfred
W. Bloor, Second infantry, Austin;
Capt. Frederiok O. Post, Second infan
try, Waco; First Lieut. Clarence L.
Test, Fourth infantry, Austin; First
Lieut. Sam B. Blount, Second Infantry,
Waco; First Lieut. David S. Kritser,
ordnance department, Amarlllo; First
Lieut. Carl L. Pool, ordnance depart
ment, Amarillo; First Lieut. Charles G.(
DOG HAS PRIVATE '
CAR HIRED FOR HIM
The palace of king Alfonso at Ss.n Sebastian, Spain. According7 to the
clericals and other trouble makers of the realm, this palace has long been
set down by them as the proper plce to make a demonstration against
royalty. Two or three times the demonstration has been postponed, but the
government Itself, by the strong effort it is making to surround the palace
with troops acknowledges the danger.
Duff, Second infantry,. Hlllsboro; First
i Lieut. Earl E. Bruck, second iiuinu
Waco; Second Lieut. Stepnens, n
cavalry, Amaril; Second Lieut. John
K. Edmundson, separate battalion in
fantry, Houston; first sergeant Roy su.
Blount, company F, Second in!f"tr5
Waco; sergeant Benjamin F. Friscn,
company H, Second infantry. Tayxor;
sergeant Alvln L. Gunn. troop D, First
cavalrv, Corsicana; sergeant Roy pate,
company M, Fourth mrantry. Greenville;
corporal Claude M. Easley, company F.
Second Infantry. Waco; corporal A lien
Roberts, company D, separate battalion,
The range officer, team coach, spotter
and alternates will be designated with
in a few days by the team captain.
The competition will not properly be
gin until Aug. 22. The time from now
until then will be put in by the men in
practice, thus acquainting themselves
with the range.
t the last annual shoot here tne
Texas troops, made a fine showing and
they are expected to repeat this during
the present meet.
Teams from every state in the union
and from every regiment in the regular
army participate. In addition to the
cups offered for team shooting, each
man making a certain grade is given a
medal as a qualified sharpshooter.
First Lieut. Pool cf -marillo nqw
holds the record for being the best shot
in Texas, hit. record in the test shooting
to quallfv as an expert to come to the
shoot here being 827 out of a possible
1000. That is an exceptionally fine
record for a national guardsman.
Second Lieut. Edmundson, of Houston,
ranks next to Lieut. Pool. In the test
shoot at Camp Mabry. near Austin, Tex.,
age was 7S6)ut of a possible 1000.
Mrs. Frank Drew, wife of a millionaire San Francisco lawyer, has a pt
do:, Spot, which lias the well won reputation of being: the most pnmipered
canine in the country. Mrs. Drey and her husband recently wanted to board a
Pullman prolnjc west from ew York and were informed tliat she would liae
to put Spot in the bagrgage cnr. She Indignantly demurred. As a coniproniise
she offered to engage an entire section of the car, saying the dog would thus
disturb nobody. She was told this was also against the rule.
After n stormy conversation 3Irs. Drew carried the day but at the expense of
$1250. She had to engage a private car entire in order that her pet might re
main at her side. But she snapped "her J aw, held her lips firmly together and
Spot took it as a matter of course as he saw the "big bills" being handed
were the only two men in the Texas
National Guard who went above SOO.
The third .highest man was First
Lieut. Kritser of Amarlllo. whose aver
age was 786 out of a posible 1000.
Alderman Clayton Says tlie
Council Has Transacted
Only Routine Business.
"Np"mayor has been selected and none
will be chosen for -several days," said
alderman W. S. Clayton this afternoon.
"There have been many routine matters
to attend to, specially in connection
with the purchase of the waterworks
and we must dispose of those first.
"There was a meeting of the members
of the council this morning for the pur
pose of discussing these masters and
we talked ?kver routine business, in con
nection with Mr. Hewitt's committee,
wich I attended to during his absence.
No man's name was mentioned for
mayor and no meeting has been called
as yet for the purpose of selecting one."
WATCH THE DATE OX THE YELLOW
Mail subscribers should watch the
date which follows their name on the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date is changed. If It
Is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber should
call the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doing so when the matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble and Inconvenience will
MEXICAN 3IOTHER IN
IN NEED OF CLOTHING
Joseft Montoverous, who lives at
South Florence and Ninth streets, is In
need. Helpless as the result of a birth,
the woman's case was investigated by
Miss H. Grace Franklin of the Asso
ciated charities. A phj'sician donated,
hip services, but the mother is in great
need of clothirtg and bedding, although
the charity worker provided provisions.
WASHOUT DELAYS MORNING
T. &. P. PASSENGER TRAIN
A washout has caused a long delay
of the morning Texas & Pacific mail
train. Instead of arriving at 11:40 a.
m., according to card, it will not arrive
until 6:40 p. m.
W Fraternal Brotherhood
JL-7b Cloudcroft, Saturday. Aus. 20ih.
R WW ' Reyes' Mexican Band
iflllll an numerous other attrac- (m lilii !
i&Jlf 1 tions guarantee a good time ljll
til Not Miss infill 0Sm $3 00 Round Trip d&2ffl
; I P Tickets Limited to Aug. 22 s0BBSs
v Noice z. G2oth9.
Noise is ar. essential to the sleep of
some persons as silence is to others.
Persons accustomed to the streer
noises of a city sleep restlessly in the
country. A man who had lived eight
een years ona corner in Kansas City
where two donble tracks of street car
lines cross sold his property a few
months ago. He was advancing in
years and thought he needed a home
away from the rumble, clatter and
clang of the cars. A. week after he
had moved he met a friend. JHe told
his friend he thought his health was
failing rapidly. He did not know what
was the cause, hut he did not seem able
to sleep since he had moved.
"Get back on a trolley line," was hi"
friend's advice. He tooK it.
"Never slept better in my life than
I do now. I needed the noise," he
said a few days -later. Kansas City
EYSTER'S CO. D. GROCERY
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
Bell Fhonss: 834, 844, 823. Mo Phone: S691
Special for this week, fresh every morning, Bartlett
Pears for putting np purposes; fancy (f C
stock. 40-lb. boxes -.- - . Hi 1 & t3
Extra large Valley Peaches, (P -J
204b. crates, each ; P 1
. Good medium size Valley Peaches, Q
per crate ' : O
Good Eating Apples, - - O C A
6 lbs. for .-. &OC
Extra nice Sweet Potatoes,
6 lbs. for ". .
10 lbs. best large White Potatoes
3 lbs. best Kansas Butter, Blue Eibbon
Fresh Kansas Eggs, 0 C
per dozen )C
Mountain Park Eggs (fresh every day) Jf A
per dozen D IC
EYSTER'S CO. D. GROCERY
Leaders In Low Prices 6or. Kansas Boulevard
DIES IN" 'BREMEN
Heart Disease Causes Death j
Visited In United i
London. En?-, Aup. 17. President
Pedro Montt of Chile, who arrived at j
Bremen on the steamship Kaiser "Wil- '
helm der Grosse Tuesday morning, died j
at 11:50 oclock last night. It was due j
to a recurrence of heart disease, follow
ing a recent attack of angina pectoris. .
President Montt visited in,New York
on his way to Europe, where he went
for the benefit of his health. Many re
ceptions were arranged In his honor f
during his visit in this country.
hot days why.
OCEAN BY SUITOR
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 17. Mrs. Jesse
Tjson, of Baltimore, -nas 'Seen married
in London to Lieut. Bruce Cotton, late
of the "Crated States coast artillery,
after a romantic courtship, which in
cluded a close pursuit of the bride by
We rbni Electric
Fans at low,
Pocket Flash Lights
All sizes, aiid prices.
107 S. Stanton St.
Science goes to Greek and Latin for
its terms simply because of the fact
that those languages are the common
property of all civilized mankind and
can therefore be used so as to be uni
versally intelligible. Were this not
done the result would be hopeless confusion.
m&Ifcs deliefons fee
cream for lc a eHn?i.
Nothlnjj lo 3o but
pat it into milk and
freeze it. Atjjrocers.
2 packages fox 25 cts.
the groom across the Atlantic and the
insistence upon an affirmative answer
to his wooing1. Mrs. Cotton, aside from
being a noted beauty, Is remarkable for
her many attainments. Xord Fairfax
gave the bride away.
PASTE TH1S L.IS1 Tft 1 uUIt HAT.
Hotaling To. 1, Park iRow-Broadway
and 33rd-Broadway and 42nd-140i)
Broad wa Grand Central Station;
Henry Sqcutz, P. O. Times Square.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Raleigh. Eb
bitt, Columbia News Agency, Henry Sie
CHICAGO, ILL. AuGlioriuzn, Great
Northern, Queen City News Stands, Em- I
pire News Co.- (wagons), Chicago News
paper Agency, 170 Madison (wagoa).
ST LDUIS Planters. Southern. Jef
ATLANTIC CITY QUAKER NEw j
C. Boardwalk News Co.
PHHiADELPHIA BeTlevue. Qvaker
News Co.. Arthur Hotaliner.
w PITTSBURG Lincoln. "
The Hall Room tsoys in The Herald.
Watch em. ,
Travcllrur Kl l'axoans Can Get The
Horald nt Any of Thesa
Don't miss The Hnrald when you ara
away from home. Clip out this list srnd
look up The Herald aent whorever
you are storplns:.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. xocs News Co.
Hotel Baltimore, Coates House.
ST. PAUL. MINN. Hotel Rvan.
SAN FRANCISCO. CaL,. Hotel St.
Francis, United News Agents. 11 1-2
Eddy street: Golden Gate News Agency.
7S9 Market street.
MINNEAPOLIS. MirTN. West Hotel.
DENVER. COLO. Brown Palacs, Al- i
bany. S. u idom. vstern News Stands.
Katz News Agency r.th and Champa.
SEATTLE, WASH. Foreign and Do
mestic News Agency, corner 1st cvenae
South and Washington street: also S. E.
corner 2nd avenue and Cherry street.
Acme News Co.. W. O. Whltnov
OAKLAND, CAL Enquirer News Co.
IOS ANGELES. CAL Independent
News Co., Kemp News Co. (wagons), AJ-
rfred WImbush (wagon).
SALT LAKE CITi. UTAH Franlc
Polanky. Rosenfeld & Hanson- Chas.
SAN ANTONIO, TEX- Louis Book
Store, Sam Rosenthal, 336 Houston
FORT WORTH Victor MatcKett, 615
E. Belknap street; World News Co.,
700 Main stree-t.
DALLAS M. B. Meyer. 316 Main
street: H E. Turner.
SjrPHIS. TENN. World News Co.
NEW ORLEANS. LA, Geo. Wallace.
103 Royal: World News Co.
MEXICO CITY The Aztec, Bine
Book Store. Am. Photo Co., Ave. San
PARRAL. MEX. I"arral Neis Co.
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel, Arthur
Britz of Headquarters
By Marcin Barber.
The Green Mouse
By Robt. Chambers.
The Game of the Golden
By E. and A. Johnson.
The Man Higher Up
By Henry Miller.
The Sky Man
The Happy Island
THE NEW "TRICK WILLIAM"
, By Jennette Lee.
,11 S Mesa Ave.