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TOMORROW we make a radical departure in
the way of Saturday bargains. Now, that a
new season is at hand we confine our specials for
tomorrow to entirely new merchandise. We want
to acquaint you with the new style ideas and are
willing to make liberal price concessions to get you
The Paris Vogue
One of the most sensible and at tie
same time fascinating fashions that
Paris has evolved for a long time is
scarfs. VFe iave made a heavy im
portation of iiiese "beautiful scarfs and
offer a most attractive special for to
morrow. This is the "Cimerase" Scarf.
As its name signifies, it will be an add
ed charm to any toilet. These scarfs
are made of Mack satin silk lilted, some
in Persian patterns, others in plain col
ored silks. The special for Saturday
s a $3.00 value. Tomorrow rt -g Q C
the price is $1 etO
This is one of the novelties
of the season. Has Mesh
Bag, Powder Box and Buff,
Pencil and Writing Pad,
substantially made of Ger
man silver. This chatelaine
as both useful and orna
mentaL An attractive Sat
urday" special at
You have heard of Handkerchief
values and have seen many, but
the one for tomorrow is the best
yet. These are Initial Handker
chiefs, eighth of an inch hem and
made of a good quality of Sham
rock lawn. Such handkerchiefs as
these usually sell "for 12 l-2c
These come six in a package and
only six iwill be sold to'a customer.
The price for tomorrow is
I ififft "t VW'7
For tomorrv (we make a
strong (special in undermuslins.
There is no question a-boufc our
stock of undermuslin garments
being superior in every way.
Tomorrow you have choice of
Corset Covers, Gowns, Chemise
and Drawers that sell regular
ly at ?1.25 and $1.35 for
CTsSid 6 1 J
The "Afodart" is our new model in front laced corsets. The man
ufacturers have advised us that instead of going to the expense
of sending a demonstrator to El Paso that we give customers
special introductory prices. This -we "will do tomorrow as follows :
The "Modart" is recognized as foeing the most satisfactory front
laced corset made. At the introductory prices theyare splendid
bargains. r " y
EL PASO'S OKLY EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR STORE.
I Am Interested
I am personally
interested in all
Come in and see.
I have something
to suit your indi
ments in new
Opposite tie P. O.
SEXD ME A MAHi ORDER.
OP WITH ' THE
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JtTA&EZ MEN FIGHT;
BOTH ARE STABBED
Neither Ejqows Who Did It
But Both Are Heldf or
Trial in Juarez.
In an argument over a game of
billiards in Ciudad Juarez Saturday,
Luis Fiores "was stabbed in the abdo
men, and since has been confined in
the public Infirmary at the police sta
tion. He 'didn't even remember "who
Hearing that the police "were looking j
Guevre Friday morning gave himself
up. As evidence that he did It he
showed a knife "wound in his breast and
a very bloody shirt. He could not re
member "who did that, but concluded
that he must have Deen fighting with
When the two men met they didn't re
member each other at all. But each re
membered having engaged In a glor
ious game of billiards in an outlying
Juarez saloqn. Both had been very
It is believed that neither is serious
ly -wounded. Since Gue,vre surrendered
himself, and theiye is no evidence to
show "Who "was the aggressor in the
duel, both men "will be arraigned to
gether in court.
lions or rhinoceroses to prevent his
safejeturn from Africa, recalling a
prediction offered by Professor Freder
ick Starr, of the University of Chicago,
that the hunting trip -would be the
death of the former president.
"I am especially glad to show this
professor how wrong he "was," Roose
velt said. "I wasn't the one who was
killed. Not a.lion did its duty. Then
on toward the end of the trip I think
Wall .street .pinned its hope on some
rhinoceros but even that hope failed."
The Roosevelt party was augmented
here by' a number of Chicago .newspaper
men, who "will remain with the former
president until the end of the trip.
vote it would look as if theantis would
win in the general election when , the
prohibition question is submitted to the
state at large.
tee selected by the Democratic con
vention and the joint committee unan
imously agreed to report to the re
spective conventions, a recommenda
tion that the Republicans nominate
three and the Democrats two candidates
for delegates to the constitutional con
vention, said candidates to be ratified
by both conventions. It was further
unanimously agreed Vthat the delegates
nominated by each convention should
be unpledged. This report Tas adopted.
The report of the committee on per
manent organization recommending
John E. Griffith for chairman and Sol
omon Baca for secretary, was adopted.
Jose Torres vacated the chair and Grif
Canualeria Garcia was then elected
vice chairman of the convention. He
is a veteran, S3 years of age, and his
remarks were spirited and appropriate.
Nominations for Delegates.
Mr. Bursum started the nominations
and presented the name of A. C. Abey
tia, of Socorro. The next name put in
nomination was J. Frank Romero, of
Magdalena and then Courado A. Baca,
assessor of Socorro counts', the last
of the nominees being H. O. Bursum.
The result of the election gave H. O.
Bursum 54 votes, J. Frank Romero 48,
A. C. Abeytla 43. Baca only receiving
17 votes. '
The report of the committee on reso
lutions was unanimously adopted.
At this stage the convention went
into joint session and the report of the
committee from the Democratic ranks
announced that H M. Dougherty and
James G. Fitch had been selected and
would abide by the provision requiring
no pledge 'from the delegates. H. M.
Dougherty made an address to the joint
convention and the result of the con
ference was adopted and the action of
both conventions ratified.
The Republicans held acaucus in the
afternoon and went into executive ses
sion. Jose Torres was eleteted tem
porary chairman and J. M. Dougall, of
Carthage, secretary. Powell Stackhouse
jr., and David Fair, chairman of the
county commissioners were shaking
hands with all comers. H. O. Bursum
made a fine address.
The Republicans elected a committee
to confer with the Democrats, as fol
lows: John E. Griffith, of Socorro; Jose
Ig.'Arajon, Mangus; H. O. Bursum, M.
Alderettl, Socorro; L. R. Babcock, Kel
ley. Various committees were appointed
by the chairman after which the meet
ing adjourned until 7 p. m.
The Democrats held a convention
here Thursday for the purpose of se
lecting two delegates to the constitu
tional convention at Santa Fe. ' The
opera house was the scene of the Dem
ocratic activities and there was a large
attendance. J. W. Joyce was elected
The following committee was ap
pointed to confer with the Republican
committee: L. A. Mcrae of Magdalena,
chairman; Meliton Torres, Col. E. W.
Eaton, Ben J. Sanchez, of Socorro;
Max.Montoya, San Antonio."
The prominent speakers were H. M.
Dougherty and James G. Fitoh, both of
Socorro: Wayne Russell of Magdalena,
ana. Christiana Baca, of Magdalena.
Important to All Women
Headers of This Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and
never suspect it.
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing 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.
You may suffer a great deal with
pain in the back, bearing-down feelings,
headache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you 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,
J-jiver and Bladder Remedy will do for
them. Every reader of this paper, who
has not already tried it, may address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, X. Y.
and receive sample botle freeby mall.
You can purchase the regular fifty-cent I
and one-dollar size bottles at all drug
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(Continued From Page One.)
GARSIDE GOES TO CITY
OF MEXICO OX NEW JOB
W. P. Garsicre.i. traveling freight
agent of the SantaFe, with headquar
ters at El Paso, leaves Saturday for
Mexico City, having been transferred to
Mexico City as traveling freight and
passenger agent of the Santa Fe at that
point. His territory will be south of
Mexico City. Mr. Garside formerly re-
sided in that city "when he "was con-
-VEW POLITICAL PARTY
FOR3IED AT TUCimCART
'- N j nected with the Mexican National rail-
Aiiucycuucui .liujveb LRUS uc uni US 11B I tf ." A.ii. ..j.j.-j .
Emblem; Chicago Democrat De
livers an Address.
Tucumcari, X. M., Aug. 2G. An In
dependent ticket has been nominated
with Lr. A. Cleveland and R. C; Aber
crombie. Their emblem is an owl.
A. A. Jones, of Chicago, addressed a
crowd at the courthouse, on the initia
tive and referendum as a principle of
the Democratic party. "
Tenderloin steak 15c per lb., at Ar
PEDESTRIAN WIRES POLICE
TO SEND HIM S03IE MONEY
PROHLBITIONISTS MAY BE
DEFEATED IN, TEXAS
15c per lb., at Ar?
Vote for Governor Indicates That Ma
jority of Democrats Are "Wet"
Some Political Deductions.
San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 26. Statisti
cians who have been figuring out the
results of the recent Democratic pri
maries show very interesting results.
Colquitt received a plurality in 148
counties, amounting to 55,489. Poin
dexter received a plurality in 54 coun
ties with pluralities amounting to
6977; Johnson carried 17 counties, with
pluralities amounting to 2871, and R
"V. Davidson carried nine count! ec with
pluralities amounting to 1495. ' "
If the counties carried by Colquitt
and Davidson represent anti-prohibition 1
counties then. there are 157 of those
counties to Tior prohibition, as repre
sented by the combined Poindexter
If the votes cast for Davidson and
Colquitt represent the anti-prohibition
vote and those cast for Johnson and
Poindexter represent tlus prohibition
M. S. Mack, Wo Left El Paso Walking,
Asks Police Sergeant to Telegraph
Him Much Needed Cash.
M. S. Macl, who passed through this
city and claimed that he was traveling
from San Diego to New York on foot, 1
has written from San Antonio to police j
sergeant I. N. Davis, modestly request- j
mg that the officer forward him at
once by wire, 30 good hard dollars.
The sergeant remembers having seen
Mack, and says he has a faint recol
lection of Mack's strong endorsement
of a certain foot powder -which he had
for sale. But he says he has not yet
made up his mind that he really ought
to wire 30 big dollars of his own
money to the pretentious pedestrian.
He has held out, however, against the
earnest solicitations of his fellow of
ficers to wire, collect, instructions to
taKe a dose of the justly celebrated-
iuur-nors,e-power loot powder for his
tired feeling. '
Get One of These Fine
On Saturday we will place on special sale Wal
nut Cakes tliat are absolutely the best ever of-
iered in El Paso or manv days. These fine
cakes go for
AT SOCORBO MEETING-
Democrats and Eepublicans
Meet in Conventions and
jNanie a Joint Ticket.
Socorro, pi. M., Aug. 26. At 7 oclock
in the evening the Republican conven
tion reconvened and the Kelley and So
corro bands were in attendance. The
court room was filled trith riinr.,
and others. The report of the creden
tial committee wal .first presented and
adopted after whLdhMH. O. Bursum pre
sented the repArt of the conference
committee In effect that the five mem
bers selected met with a like commit-
DECORATING FOR THE
MEXICAN CENTENARY EVENT
The bunting and flags to be used in
the decoration of the city ticket office
of the Mexican National railways, in
honor of the Mexican centennial, have
arrived and will be put to use Friday.
Two .of the flags will e crosse'd on the
large plate glass window in front of the
office and bunting will drape the walls
and furniture in the office.
T. P. TRAIN DELAYED
BY EXTRA HEAVY TRAFFIC
Texas & Pacific train No. 3, due in
the city from the east at 11:40, is re
ported six hours and 40 minutes late,
making the probable time of arrival
5:20 p. m. The train reached Big
Springs, the division point, seven hours
late. Part of the delay is thought to
be due to increased traffic, as the train
Is carrying two extra tourist cars.
NEW PUMP INSTALLED
FOR WORK AT SANDERSON
The big pump at Sanderson on the G.
i., which was put out of commission
by the fire cf Tuesday afternoon, be
gan working at 3:30 p. m. Thursday.
The emergency pumps will be put in
before Saturday. The big pump is suf
ficient to supply all ordinary demands
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
When the digestton Is all right, the
action of the bowels regular, there is a
natural craving and relish 'for fnnflri.
When this is lacking you may know j the Southwestern, Mrs. Brown and
Ben Stein, cashier of the Harvey
house, union station, has returned from
a vacation trip.
W. P. Stiles, Southwestern ' superin
tendent of dining cars, is in Douglas,
Ariz., on a business trip.
Officer Will Hord, of the union station
beat, has returned 'to his duties after
an absence of one dav on account of
J. S. Morrison, city ticket agent of
the Santa Fe, who has boen in Canada
spending his vacation, is expected home
the first of next week.
Nicholas S. Corbin, cashier of
.fuiiman company at this point, is cf'f
duty on a leave of absence. He left
Wednesday for San Francisco.
Frank Belt, the G. H. call boy, was
taken suddenly ill Friday morning with
symptoms of appendicitis, and it may
be necessary for physicians to perform
H. M. Bell and J. R. Allison, formerly
switchmen at the local G. H. yards,
have taken positions with the S. P. as
brakemen and Jiave gone to Tucson to
report for duty.
A. rs. Brown, creneral traffic manacp.r
that these are a party of the 95 dead re
ported by their comrades in Spokane.
It is supposed that the 20 bodies found
on Bitter Root Creek near Avery are
those of settlers.
Twenty-four, bodies found on Setzer
creek are those of forest employes. The
foresf officer in Wallace is unable to
give out the names of the dead but it is
thought that most of the men were
newly hired for the fire emergency and
their names are not officially recorded.
The greatest loss of life iin the fire
country took place1 last Saturday and
Sunday, when a gale fanned smoulder
ing embers into great fires and drove
flames through the mountains with the
speed of express trains, giving defeated
fire fighters no chance to flee for their
Montana's Summary of Dead.
Missoula, Mont., Aug. 26. Incomplete
returns from forest district number one,
show that the number of men unac
counted for Is in the neighborhood of
100. This does not include figures from
the Coeur D'Alene district for the
reason that distrlctorester Greeley has
not been able to get in communication
with supervisor Weigle. The figures
compiled ihe're include the Halm party,
which, according to the records here,
was composed of only 15 men, instead
of So, as is stated in a dispatch from
"Wallace, Idaho.- The local officials are
confident that ranger Halm and his
party are safe.
No compilation of the dead has yet
been made but based on information
revived, district forester Greeley is ' of
the opinion that the number will not
Portland, Ore., Aug. 26. Holley, a vil
lage near Albany, Ore., believed to be
doomed last night, has been saved and
a fire which was said to threaten
campers at velch's Rescue, on the west
slope of Mount Hood, IsNmder control.
Proebestel Is seriously menaced. !
There is litcle hope of saving the place.
Already ten houses, a few miles to the
east of the village, have been de
Shanghai, a little settlement In the
same district, has been burned.
Nothing has been heard of the six
men hemmed in at the Wild Boy log
The Bonesboro colony, a Swedish set
tlement, has been destroyed and 40
families are homeless.
A fire raging on the Lomas river is
threatening Lewisville, Wash., and the
people are fleeing, panic stricken, to--ward
the Columbia river.
The town of Flora, Ore., has also
been destroyed, according to reports
which reach Asotin. Wash. The flames
came from ithe forest on the south side
of the Blue mountains. The town is in
ruins and its 400 inhabitants are home
less. Communication is cut off.
More Forests Ablaze.
Ogden, Utah, Aug. 26. The forests
which bbrder Bayfield Creek, near Sal
mon City and Spencer, towns in east
central Idaho, are abla'ze, according to
advices which have reached district for
ester Sherman. An area 20 miles in
length and eight miles wide is in the
grasp of the flames. Forester Sherman
has arranged to send a crew of rangers j
Corner Boulevard and Kansas
Pay Cash for Your Groceries and Save Money
We make lower prices on high grade groceries than any
store in El Paso, because we have' no accounts to lose,
no collectors to pajr, no bookkeepers to pay, and al
ways have the money to use again. One trial will make
you a C. 0. D. customer.
Bell Phones 884-844-323 Auto Phone J69I
Blue Ribbon Butter (best made any
where); 3 lbs. for '.
Eresh Kansas Eggs, 9g
per doz.. . ..
18 lb3. Granulated Sugar tf 1 AA
3 lba. best Fancy Head Rice
3 Itirge pkgs. Grandma
Borax Powder .for
6 small ulcers. Grandma
Borax Powder for fci O C
large pkg. Gold Dust 0"
3 pkgs. Sopado OS v
for , &DO
6 bars Swift's White Soap
7 bars Swift's Pride Soap
3 .boxes Swift's Pride or Old
Dutch pleaner for
New Evaporated Peaches,
per lb u
New Evaporated Apricots
3 lbs. Good Iew Prunes
2 lbs. Xew Extra Large
Xew Oats (National),
10 lbs. Large White Potatoes
8 lbs, Goad Sweet Potatoes
6 lbsMarge Spanish Onions
Fine Large Celery,
3 bunches for
Extra Eine and Large Itfew Mackerel, each 10c
j ry our' own iend 01 Coffee, per lb. . 35c
Try our C. 0. D. Coffees, per lb .... 25c
Bulk Teas, aU kinds, very best quality, per ib ."."." 60c
Blue Ribbon Pure Cider Yinegar, per bottle 15c
Goods the Sest Service the Best Prices the Lowest.
Eyster's C. O, D. Grocery
Cor. Kansas- and Boulevard. .
Fresh Tomatoes, 2 lbs.
California Head Lettuce,
Bavles Hot Relish
G f or I
Fine Mountain Cauliflower,
Fine Large Egg Plants,
Green Beans (young and
tender), per lb
Fancy Mountain Cabbage,
per lb ,
Fine Green Corn,
per 5 - - -
California Tokay Grapes,
Large Bed Plums, -
E:ftra Fancy Apples, goodVfco
- eat or cook, 2" lbs. for
Good Cooking Apples,
6 lbs. for
Large California Free Stone
Peaches 3 lbs. for.'
Bananas (the very best),
Lemons (the very -best),
It Costs 70
Why Not Keep The
Money in El Paso?
rZusih!swh!n GLOBE FLOUR
Every little bit added to what you've got, makes
just a little bit more
THAT'S THE WAY TO BUILD EL PASO.
EL- PASO, TEXAS
MEXICAN RELEASED ; n was granted, chm 4as un
AMERICAN JAILED i?aii? to T9 bond and was pIaced In
We will have special marked down
prices Saturday. Come and see. Ar-doin's.
LITTLE GIHL IS LVJURED
BY GIAXT CAP AT CLIFTON"
liana Is Jlutllated and .Face Ik Badly
Burned b- an -Explosion.
Clifton, Ariz., Aug-. 26 The' 6 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chilton
was seriously injured by a powder ex
plosion at Sheldon yesterday. The child
was playing with a giant cap found on
the ground. In some wav thft wn .
the Ploded, mutilating the girl's hand and
causing injuries about the eyes.
The child will be brought to El Paso
Yee Lee, held on a like chare-e. whos
case was continued over from Wednes
day to Thursday, was, on trial, ordered
deported. He gave notice of appeal
through his attorney.
Disagreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who are
'.agreeable with others, get "cranky" at
your liver. If you find in yourself that
you feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's Herbine and put your liver in
shape. You and everybody around you
will feel better for it.' Price 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
that you need a dose of Chamberlain's
fatomach and Liver Tablets. They
strengthen the digestive organs, im
prove the appetite and regulate the
bowels. Sold by all druggists.
25 Cents Ea
Saturday as long as they last. Telephone your
order early to insure getting one of these deli
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their son, Roger, who have been in El
Paso for a week, will reVirn to their
home in Chicago Saturday.
MAX FIXED OX CHARGE OF
XOT MUZZLIXG HIS DOG
Jas. T. Hill was fined 10 in police
court Thursday afternoon, on a charge
of keeping a dog without a muzzle. The
animal bit the small son of Mrs. Maude
DeanA The owner said the grocery de
liveryman left the gate open tod let
k the dog get out.
We will have special marked down
prices Saturday. Come and see. Ar-doin's.
Dysentery is a dangerous aiserwse but
can be cured. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has been
successful! yv used in nine epidemics of
dysenterj'. It has never been known
to fail. It is equally valuable for chil
dren and adults, and when reduced
uith water and sweetened, t is pleasant
to take. Sold by all druggists.
A BILL, A PISTOL, A
JUKI TRIAL AXD A FIXE
J. I. Dominguez was fined $1 and
costs, amounting to about 24, Friday
morning in justice McCllntock's court,
on a charge of displaying firearms in
a threatening manner.
According to T. F. Lancaster, chief
witness for the prosecution, Dominguez
threatened him with a pistol when he
called at his house in Canal street. East
El Paso, for the collection of a bill, said
to be due R. L. Daniel.
Dominguez demanded a jury trial.
SUFFERS FROM POISOXIXG
Swan T. Olsen, fiscal agent of the
reclamation service, was taken suddenly
ill on his return from Las Cruces Thurs
day evening and was unable to be at
the local offices of the service Friday.
Symptoms indicate, that he is suffering
from an attack of ptomaine poisoning.
WOMAX MAY GET BOXD.
Waco, Tex., Aug. 2G. A habeas cor
pus application was granted in the
cae of Mrs. Minnie Lee Streight,
charged with killing her husband, T. E.
Streight, editor of the McGregor Mirror,
at McGregor. June 18, by judge "W. L.
Pavidson, presiding judge in the court
of criminal appeals. The writ Is re
turnable here nest Monday afternoon.
Street Car Man Gets Into
Trouble With Mexican
For Pulling Bell.
Because Marceliano Carrascoso, pas
senger on a' Mexico car. pulled the tell
rope and would not stop pulling it.
Ernest Fichtner. the motorman, argued
the matter, first with his tongue and
then with his hands, all with the result
that both motorman and passenger
rolled off the .car and were arrested.
It was a rough and tumble fight, be
ginning on the platform or the car. and
endingin the street.
Just as Fichtner's car was approach
ing the Juarez customs house Thurs
day afternoon, the passenger, who ap
peared very excited about something, '
pulled the bell rope. The motorman I
tried to explain to the Mexican tliat j
it was the conductor's duty to pull that ,
rope, due it was no use. v
rope, but it was no use. Carrascoso
gave tht ope another yank - and ther !
Grasping the Mexican by the shoul
ders. Fichtner tried to push him into
the car, still in motion. It didn't work.
Blows followed, and the two men tum
bled into the street- After a rough
and tumble the motorman came out- on
top, and ran after his car, which wasj
men uisappeanng around, the curve
towards El Paso.
it took the police about thre sec
onds to arrest both American and Mex- I
ican. It happened that a blhw from I
the American's fist opened a slight !
cut over the Mexican's cheek bone. . . ..
Fichtner being an American and the j V 3gttf FOMftry Fttd MjHMito'M'if
victim a Mexican, of course this was j fa tSiS W0ri TW 9 &3I fif M$ rMJ
.. w.,-,.. . ,, ..i.u.n. w amit; uutin- iuyji.t;
So Fichtner is still in jail, pending!
proceedings in the Juarez comvt of let- I
ters: Effort on " the part of railway !
officials to procure his release on bond i
so far have been fruitless. Carrascoso t
after being taken to the hospital for
repairs, was released without bond.
Three salt mackerel
for 25c at Ar-
CHIX CHUXG, CHIXAMArr,
IS nELD FOR EXAMFVATIOX
Charged AVlta Reins- n Illegal Resi
dent of the Country; Tee Lee,
Ordered Deported, Appenls Case.
Chin Chung, a Chinafnan. was arrest-
edThursday afternoon by immigration !
oficlals on the charge of entering the j
United Stages In an Illegal manner. He I
was carried before the commissioner
J but asked for time to retain an attor-
?mm scratch feed
Mtkis Kms Lay
FUB1NA 0HICK FEED
favtt laky CMafcs
(Ahrays la feao!ffeertf Sp)
FOB SALE BY
1 L PASO