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12 Thursday, Sept. 22, 1910.
Abalones are deep sea shell fish, caught in the
purest ocean water off the California coast by
divers and prepared by a special process. They
are far more nutritious than oysters or clams and
are specially recommended by physicians'' in debil
ity and wasting diseases.
Abalone food contains pure Albumeu in really
FULL DIRECTIONS WITH EACH- CAST
25c Per Can
SOMETHING NEW EV"RRV "HAV
California Blue Plums.
Fancy California Tomatoes.
Yalley Spinach and Mustard Greens.
Fresh Beets, Turnips and Bacjishes.
Summer Squash and Cucumbers.
Fine Head Lettuce and Parsley.
Mountain Green Beans and Cabbage.
Green Lima Beans and Green Peas.
Colorado Freestone Peaches.
Fancy Yalley Pears and Grapes.
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Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1966
We store goods. Opp. PostoCSce, across Plaza
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OPE5S ALL WIGHT.
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Awning Shades and Curtains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
El Paso Tent and Awning Co., 312 S. El Paac St
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
CAKR DRUG CO.
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
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HACK and BAGGAGE
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116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001
& BAGGAGE and MOVING t25
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H. L. Stewart Furniture Co., Agents, 310-312 S. Stanton.
Our Motto, Easy Payments, Fair Dealings, Good Goods.
5S RE- GROCERIES wholesale
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention. .
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St
Arclibisliop Ireland Con
firms Statement Storer
Acted for Koosevelt.
Springfield. Mass., Sept 22. The
Republican, prints a letter from Mrs.
Bellamy Storer, written in France
September 6, reviewing- the controver
sy between the Storers and Col. Roose
velt concerning the former president's
alleged authorization of the former
ambassador to Austria-Hungary to
visit the pope and ask as a personal
favor to the president of the United
States to make archbishop Ireland, of
St. Paul, a cardinal.
Letters written by the archbishop in
1903 and in 1904 hitherto unpublished,
are quoted by Mrs. Storer to show that
at repeated interviews in the white j
house between the archbishop and the
president, Mr. Roosevelt acknowledg
ed that he had commissioned Mr.
Storer to act as his personal envoy at
the Vatican in behalf of the archbishop.
Mr. Roosevelt has hitherto publicly
denied that Mr. Storer was ever au
thorized to represent him in this man
ner and the Ireland letters now pub
lished by Mrs. Storer have the effect
of making much sharper the issue of
veracity between the Storers and the
The resignation of 'Bellamy Storer,
ambassador to Austria-Hungary, was
transmitted to Washington on March
7, 1906, and was accepted. His resig
nation was requested by the state de
partment, and it later developed that
serious differences had arisen between
president Roosevelt and the ambassa
dor, primarily because the latter had
failed to answer a communication frpm
the president The communication en
closed a letter to Mrs. Storer calling
upon her to give written promises not
to interfere in Vatican politics.
The first letter by archbishon Ire
land quoted by Mrs. Storer, written to
Mr. Storer November 3, 1901, is in part
as follows: '
"I have had two most pleasant meet- I
mgs with the president at the white
house. He is decidedly your friend
and resolved to give you the best there
is. ,'Even,' said he, 'if Berlin comes
first and Bellamy wished it for a lit
tle while, pending Choate's retention
of London, I would give it to him and
change him shortly afterward to Lon
don. Let him trust me.' "
The next letter dated October 23,
1S93, was written to Mrs. Store,r in part
"I was in "Washington last week and,
of course, saw the president. I spoke
with him of Paris and removed from
his mind all suspicion that a Catholic
would be there a persona non grata
as ambassador. He promised me that
the next ambassador to Paris would
be Mr. Storer and furthermore, ex
pressed the belief that general Porter
would soon retire. The president also
told me that he had commissioned Mr.
Storer to' speak for him viva voce at
the Vatican. He seemer rather proud
of having done so."
On Feb. 2, 1904, the archbishop wrote
to Mr. Storer:
"Your letters were read and burned.
However, you need have no anxiety
whatever about the whole affair, which
was the chief subject matter of those
xccicia. me jwesiaent naa no occa
sion to feel ruffled in the least, but
you know his impulsiveness. When I
saw him, he of his own accord, told
me of his writing to you, and asked
me how publicity was given to the
matter. I said the Scripps-McRea
agency had merely made a guess (as
iu jir. oiorers coming to Rome) and
that the few unfavorable comments
that followed amounted to really noth
ing. He calmed down completely, re
marked that he had real confidence
in you, and hoped that the outcome
of your mission would be what an de
A month later archbishop Ireland
wrote another letter in which he quot
ed the exact words of the president as
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Second Floor of our temporary
store. The Ready -to-YVear Section,
which is also on the Second Floor,
will be opened shortly.
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to Mr. Storer's going to Rome, as fol
lows: "The president said to me: 'Mr.
Storer has told you what I said to him
about you, archbishop.'
"Well, I replied, I do not remember
about his going to Rome."
" 'Well,' he said, 'I told him I would
not write a letter to the pope asking
for honors for you; but I said that he
could go to Rome and say viva voce
to the pope, how much I wish you to
be cardinal and how grateful I per
sonally would be to him for giving
you that honor.' I am most clear in
my memory ps to every word.
"I will write about Americanpolitics
to Bellamy. With most affectionate
regards to him and to yourself,
"I am sincerely,
Storer Helped Kooaevelt.
Mr. Roosevelt's letter to Mr. Storer,
dated November 17, 1896, concerning
the desired appointment as secretary
of the navy, said:
"Mi' Dear Bellamy: I have been
thinking over that business, now will
you let me write perfectly frankly?
"If you care to say anything for me,
old fellow, I think you could say it
better a good deal if I were away. So
unless you think to the contrary or
unless there is some reason for change,
I believe that it would be best for me
to come and dine with you and then
you see McKinley by yourself. If vou
fcare to do so at all, which I earnestly
hope you will: Give my best love to
"P. S.: I hope you won't tEink this
impertinent, I would rather have you
speak in my behalf than any one in
the states; and I think you could do
most good, but I rather hate to go
there with you, for somehow, it does
not seem to me that it would be a
good thing for you to speak for me I
before me T. R."
IN BISBEE HOMES
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
109 W. Campbell St
MATTICE-BUSH PLUMBING CO.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT. f
In Kodak Finishing and
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
EI "Paso, Tex;
309 S. El Pase St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools, all
kinds Saddles Harness. Cutlery. Tents Oil Paint. Btc-
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY, i
C. S. PICKRELL. Mgr.
?06 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
MARFA POWEIMPIjANT WILI,
IXSTALL NEW FUEL TANKS
Improvements JIade on Xearby Ranch
es; Womnn Entertain "Woodmen's
Circle: Ztlcxlcnn Dies
Marfa, Te;x., Sept. zz. Mrs. E. Carol
ton and little son, Tom, who have been
visiting Mrs. Sam Davis, left for San
Antonio, where she will visit her aunt,
Mrs. J. T. Smith.
Mrs. Carrico and granddaughter, of
San Antonio, who Tiave been visiting In
Marfa, left for their home.
.Tohn Crosson has returned from Cali
fornia and will attend school here.
R. K. Colquitt shipped a lot of cattle
to open market.
Good rains fell at the L. Crosson
ranch. A dipping vat has been put up
on this ranch and they will soon begin
to dip the cattle which are -fat and ih
fine condition. L. Crosson sold Several
carloads of beef cattle to "W. G. Moore.
Harrj' Hubbard has gone to Mexico,
where he has taken a positon.
Harry Humphries has purchased his
O. A. Hubbard has bought the Guy
There was an entertainment at the
"Woodmen's hall, when Mesdames TL K.
Colquitt, Thomas Crosson and Charles
Crosson entertained the "Woodmen's
Circle. The members of this order are
taking turns alphabetically at enter-'
talnlng once each month.
The Marfa Power company is meas
uring a strip of land in front of its
property with a view of buying same
for placing their liquid fuel tanks. The
strip belongs to the Dean estate.
The Mexican, by the name of Cortez.
who was shot by officers at Riodosa,
on September 16, died.
Men Work WMLe Houses
Are Occupied; To En
large Water Supply.
Bisbee, Ariz., Sept. 22. From an item
ized statement prepared 13' secretary J.
P. Henderson, of the Democratic cam
paign committee, it appears that the
contribution iund in the last election
amounted to $277.50 and the expenses to
248.20. The statement has been for
warded to the county clerk for filing.
The city engineer, several eouncilmen
and other officials have inspected the
flow of water in Surinir canvon with the
j view of sinking a teli and adding the
supply of water to the tire protection
A house inhabited by Sam Skuleovich,
a Slavonian, was visited by burglars
during the night while Sam was working
in the mine. Notwithstanding the fact
that the women of the house were at
home, the burglars, without showing anv
fear of being detected, leisurely selected
and carried awa- two heavy trunks full
of clothes."1 Xo clue has been discovered
as yet leading to either the whereabouts
of the trunks or the perpetrators of
what has been characterized as '"the
boldest robbery that ever occurred in
Bisbee." A big rock was found which, the
police 'believe "was intended bj- the burg
lars to serve as a weapon.
Another residence, the fourth in a
week, was burglarized by unknown
thieves who secured some wearing ap
parel and 15 shares of the Cochise De
velopment opmpany. Robert Evans, the
proprietor, was asleep Avhile his home
was being ransacked.
Kanchers in the Sulphur Spring valley
are again complaining against the activ
ity of cattle "rustling." The-" say that
cattle stealing is SJn n n alarming
A contract was let by the Y. M. C. A.
management for the construction of two
bowling alleys. Eav Krobs will occirpv
the place of assistant secretary, left
vacant by Mr. Owens.
A voluntary assignment f the St.
Elmo bar was made by its proprietors,
French and Shipp, who attribute their
failure mainly to the damage caused to
their stock br the last flood. J. Thomas
was appointed assignee.
Bids have been asked for the second
time by the territorial board of con
trol for the construction of the high
way branch 'between .ouglas and Bisbee.
The first group of bids was rejected, the
price having been deemed exorbitant.
A meeting of the Bisbee Rifle club
members will be held in Dr. Haw ley's of
fice Friday evening for the purpose of
considering matches with other rifle
Arrangements have been completed for
a dance to be given at the Country club
next 'Saturday night. The ifeast will
mark the opening of the fall and winter
home at Los Los Angeles, Cal., after a
month's visit here with his brother,
C. C. Bourne attended the funeral of
his nephew at Carrizozo "Wednesday.
LOGAN DAMSITE DISTRICT
ORGANIZED AT TUCUMCARI
New Cement Sidewalks Laid; Automo
bilists Have Narrow Escape- Hew
Daughtry Building Finished. ""
Tucumcari, X AT., Sept. 22. The
election at Logan, this county, to decide
tne question -ot tne nnai organization oi I and the rooms will be- ready for occu
tne Logan damste and irripration lis- ? mw nort- OQt- tu itc m t
Tucumcari, throwing them directly un
der the car. Both escaped with minor
-Mrs. B. C. "Wilson and 1ffct! rfano-Tipr
I have returned to their home at Yarnalls,
uu.., tvxtti k uutC ttrvo OH JU. JLUKUU1T
cari at the home of her mother, Airs.
Loony, and two sisters, Mrs. C. T. Adair
and Mrs. H. M. Brown. .
A new branch sewer is being put in
on North Second street to connect with,
the improvements at the railroad station
The front is about completed at the
Daughtry building on East Main street,
trict, resulted in an unanimous vote in
pancy next week., The building will be
arranged into-suites for offices. C. B.
favor ot the measure. The directors, i Hamilton an Ron -R-ra-n tii ,,-o-
- :; IITTZ . t.-V"r " ' "v
who were also decided unon at this
election, were W. F. "Weber, C W".
Abernathy and R. L. Smith. E. L. Mer
rill and U. W. Abernathy will represent
the measure at the national irrigation
congress at Pueblo. The county commis
sioners will meet at Tucumcari the com
ing .week to canvass the vote. Thia
irrigation district lies to the north and
east of Tucumcari and embraces nearly
iu,uuu auras oi ianu. its success will
them as before.
j The interior of the Evan's opera, house
: is about complete, all the work being
the curtains. A color play of red, white
and gold is used in the decorations. The
chairs will be installed as soon as thev
mean wonderful value? in Quay county. IMPROVEMENTS MADE
J. R. "Wasson. president of the loil ! AT TfYTOTV
Millinery opening tonight. Calisher's.
HNXISTIIEXT IN IV'AVY
MAY COST L.AD FORTUNE
Chicago, 111., Sept. 22. The love of
22yearold Horace Logan Keeler. of
Richmond, Ind., for life in the United
States navj, may cost him a fortune of
Keeler enlisted September 21. Two
months previous, his grandfather had
died, but young Keeler was not told of
the provisions in his grandfather's will.
By the terms of this will young Keeler
is left property valued at $1,500,000,
provided he earns not less than $75 a
month salary while under 25 years old.
Keeler enlisted as a medical apprentice
in the navy for four years. An effort
is being made to get him out.
asson, president or the local
telephone company, has returned from a
month's visit to Indiana and Hlinois,
where he is extensively interested in the
mining and patent-medicine business.
While in Indianapolis he visited rela
tives. Cement walks are being put in on
South Second street to the' Barnes addi
tion. The increased building and im
provements along this street is making
tli is one of the most popular resident
portions of the town.
One of the new plate glass windows
at the Elk drug store was accidentally
oroKen wnne Demg put into position.
- ! nr m;v ii!i luiun rTnjvnn tv
It has been decided bv the fair offi-
i cers to hold the down town displays
wK oecunu. ntreei,, exienuing irom tne
Xews office to Mrs. G. A. Lamar's resi
dence. The live stock display will be
held at the Farmer's home wagon vard
on First streel.
VQ. Soule. who spent the summer at
this place, is now at East Las Vegas,
XT AT rt ' I
Adam Long, proprietor of the Farmers'
Home, left for a business trip to his
claim. He will visit his son while gone.
Ike Jones and photographer Steihogg
barely missed serious injury bv the over
turning of their automobile " north of
AT TOWN OF VAUGHN
Vaughn, X. Ml, Sept. 22 Hardin Clark
is building an addition to his residence
on South. Cedar street.
"W. E. Jeffries went to Penus "Wells,
X. M., to tbrinff in a band of his sheep.
"W. G. "Wyatt of Socorro, X. M., has
taken a position with the Vaughn M
X. C. "Wilcox:, proprietor of the Hotel
Central here, for IS months, leaves this
week with his family for tneir home,
Mrs. P. L. Harrington has gone for an
extended visit in Toneka, Kas.
Miss Samory Ezzell is now Irving' on her
claim near Malaga, X. M,
J. R. Monroe and "Wendell Blew will
represent Vaughn in the tennis tourna
ment at the Albuquerque fair in October.
Leonard A. Hardie, who has been in
Colorado several months on business,
came in on a visit to his brother, Spence
"When the stomach fails xo perform Its
functions, the bowels become deranged,
the liver and the kidneys congested
causing numerous djseases. The stomach
and liver must be restored to a healthy
condition and Chamberlain's Stomach,
and Liver Tablets can be depended upon,
to do it- Easy to take and most effect
ive. Sold by all dealers.
Millinery opening tonight. Caliper's.
Tularosa, N. M., Sept. 22. Dr. J. R.
Howell, wife and son Howard, have
returned home from a visit in El Paso.
Albert Shields has returned to his
Who is there that has ever had this
terrible disease tnat would not give
anything they possessed to be cured?
It matters not how long you have suf
fered, what you have tried, or if every
part of your body Is an Itching, burning
sore, a permanent cure awaits you.
Thousands have been cured by the use
of "Imperial Remedy." Among them
are people from every town and village
in the South.
The instant "Imperial Remedy" is ap
plied you feel relieved. This prepara
tion has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no band
ages. It is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loosens the fibrous tis
sues and purifies tne diseased parts.
After the disease has all been driven
out the skin is left pure, clear, soft and
white, and the trouble will, never re
turn again. The price of "Imperial
Remedy" is $1 per bottle. Your local
druggist can get it for you. If he will
not. mail us $1 and we will send you a
bottle by express, charges prepaid. JLm
perial Medicine Co., Houston, Texas.
Don't Turn Hose on Your Porch
For the moisture remains in the cracks, warp
ing and decaying the wood; mop up instead, and
occasionalv buv some of
TUTTLE'S PORCH FLOOR -PAOTT, $2.0Tper gal.
Tuiile Paint H Glass Co.
Have just received CARLOAD OF AMMUNITION.
Also full stock of Winchester, Remington, Sav
?ge, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot Guns, Febi
ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot Guns and many
ctheinew goods. Call and see them.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
The EI Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening of all regular courses. Special classes in Phvsirai Frt
ucation and in Music are now being organized. The Princioal mav h in
time by appointment.
St., Sunset 'Heights.
Principal may be seen at
Telephone 200 31.
ATTENTION, REAL ESTATE MEN.
Get Busy On ThI Quick For Snle for $500.00.
A.M0,wtablise? ent and, a1"? business. A good chance for some one
with little capital to get into the best coming business in El Paso Good
location, cheap rent. Call quick on Auto phone 1SS2. or writ to J P "care of