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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 15, 1910 7
'lam entirely opposed
Baking Powders." Prof.
Re&d the Label & inform Yourself
For making quickly and per-
fectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is no substitute for
Dr.PRICtS
CREAM
Baking powder
I HADE FROM GRAPES I
V Fifty Years the Standard J
LETTERS
To the:
HERALD
(All communications must b:ar .the
signature of the writer, but the name
will not be published where such a re
Quest is made).
THAT DALLAS ZHIILTTA CASE.
Del Rio, Texas, Nov. 14.
Editor El Paso Herald:
i Your editorial on the Manley case in
Dallas I agree with fully, except that
I think you have overlooked the crux
of the situation, and, in fact, I have
not found any of the writers have
I touched on this point. The writer has
never served in, the national guard and
does not know how this matter is.
looked upon by that body, my military
experienca being confined to a. course
at the Texas A. and M. college and a
short while in the volunteers in 189S
i hence I have no prejudices either way.
To my mind the questions involved
In this case are far-reaching in effect;
but the most important is this: Did
Sergt. Manley have, ojders .to stop
anyone from crossing" a certain lrne?
If so, were these orders unqualified?
If the answers to these questions are
In the affirmative, then the action of
the Dallas court is a travesty upon
justice, for the simple reason -that an
enlisted man under the Articles of "War
has no discretion, and If he failed to
obey the order, no matter what means
he had to- resort to to enforce the same,
he would be guilty of violation of the
Articles of ar in the fact that he
would nave been disobedient to the
orders cf the superiors appointed over
him and as such would have been lia
ble to such punishment as a court-
martial deemed wise to inflict the
maximum being death.
In other words, the decision as it
now stands puts an enlisted man be
tween the devil and the deep blue sea;
if he obeys orders as he should he is
liable to the jail and if he doesn't the
courtmartial will give him the same
dose.
I simply mention this view of the
case without commenting on the case
until it has been settled by the su
preme court. D. Cushlng.
WITH
Tne Exchanges
THEY ARE NOT SUFFRAGETTES.
From AlamogOTdo (N. M.) News.
It Is reported that seven women edi
tors attended the second annual con
vention of the Southwestern Editorial
association, which was held in El Paso
3?he Jury Returns TJnani- r
mous Verdict.
A jury consisting of some of th.
'most distinguished chemists of Ameri
ra has returned an unanimous verdict
Df "not guilty" in the case of Knocker
Bt al., vs. Coca-Cola. It will be re
jneenbored that some time ago a re
port was circulated to t'ne effect that'
Coca-Cola contained injurious ma
terials and was, therefore, harmful in
Its effect upon the human body.
The rumor was originated by an un
scrupulius competitor of Coca-Cola,
the popular temperance drink, spread
rapidly and found some credence,
among those who did not know the
origin of the report.
The jury finds that not only does
Coca-Cola contain nothing harmful,
But that It is much superior to tea and
coffee in that it is free from tannic
acid and, therefore, promotes diges
tion Instead of retarding it. Each of tfle
distinguished chemists reported that
(he had made a careful chemical analy
sis of Coca-Cola and found it to contain
no "dope" of any kind- If you would
like to see cop es of these leters, write
to the Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga., for a
ifree copy of a booklet entitled "The
Truth About Coca-Cola." The Jury wa3
as follows:
1. Jno. M. McCandless, State Chem
ist of Georgia.
2. B. B. Ross, State Chemist of Ala
bama. S. Dr. A D- Metz of TUlane Univer
Bitr f
4. Prof. "v7. B. Burney of South Caro
lina College.
5. Prof. C. H. Palm of the University
of Texas.
6. Dr. "Win. H. Tayloe, State Cher-1st
of "Virginia.
7. Dr Douis Schaefer, Prest. .S'-uae-fr
Alkaloid "Works, May wood, N. I.
S. Prof. Emerson R. Miller of Ala.
I olytechnlc Institute.
3. Dr J. C. MIms, Cnemlst of.th
Board of Health, New Orleans.
to the use of alum in
Chandler, Colombia Una.
last Thursday. There is no longer any
reason to wonder "why the general tone
of 'the southwestern papers Is so steadily
improving. It is the same old story.old as
J the -world and yet ever new, of a wo-
man's elevating and refining influence.
Tt is thp same in business and profes-
i sional fields as in the charmed circle
of the home.
JOE BAILEY QUITS.
From Dos Angeles Times.
Joe Bailey is erecting a house in
"Washington with five bathrooms. That
means Joe has abandoned the race for
the Democratic presidential nomina
tion. o
AXD STILL GROWING.
From Stanton (Tex.) Reporter.
El Paso is the fifth largest city
in Texas, according to the late census
report. They mn Ti the following or
der: San Antonio, Dallas, Houston,
Fort "Worth and El Paso.
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WHAT THE WOJLL EDITOR SAYS.
From San Marcial (N. M.) Standard.
The Southwestern Editorial associa
tion formed last week at JE1 Paso. "We
heartily thank those who elped to
make our stay in El Paso a satisfac
tory and pleasant holiday,
T5 Z7r.'. '
A EL JPASO CASEV " .
From San Antonio (.Texas) Expressv
Ever notice how often the defendant
in a murder case is described as ap-
pearing to take little interest in the
proceedings. El Paso furnishes a case
.where that te perfectly natural and
reasonable. Negro already sentence!
to life imprisonment is convicted of as
sault to murder and given "30 years.
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OBSTACLES TO A PARCELS POST.
The express strike inNew JForJx. city
has attracted attention Jkortsie desira
bility of parcels post and led mayor
Gaynor to wonder why our cmintey did
not have such a systehyQjvery
other civilized country does. "
An interesting fact in connection
with this discussion of the parcels post
is pointed out in a recent issue of the
Survey, which says: "Wagons bearing
the legend. 'Parcel Agency for the Im
perial German Mail,' may be seen every
day on the streets of New York. That
is, the German government, offers in
New York for the benefit of its citi
zens at borne a service that our own
government will not render us. It is
good evidence that John Wanamaker
hit the nail on the head when he said
some years ago that there are just
four insurmountable obstacles to the
Introduction of a parcels post system
in the United States. These four ob
stacles are the American, Adams,
United States and "Wells-Fargo Ex
press companies. Mr. Wanamaker'a
opinion is quite widely shared.
"Since his retirement as postmaster
general the government has arranged
by treaty for an exchange parcels post
feervice with 43 foreign countries. As
a result a parcel may be mailed from
Santa Fe to Smyrna, Dalny, Wei Hal
Wei or Montevideo which cannot be
posted to Dallas, Denver or New York.
Parcels can be sent from Brooklyn ta
Berlin that cannot be sent from Brook
lyn to New York.
-K
? HITS AT HUMAN NATURE.
4- -S' J--!'
When a woman returns to her little
home toton after a visit in a large one,
the first evidence of the educational
Influence of travel is her scream,
"How small your street cars are!"
A terrible lot of time is wasted in
expressing opinions that don't amount
to anything.
After the baby comes, callers on its
mother wonder what on earth she
found to talk about before it arrived.
No one pays any attention to "No
Admission" signs.
What Jias become of the old fash
ioned man -who didn't think a sermon
was doing him any good unless he left
the church filled with doubts?
"Argument" is the name Mother and
Father give to the disputes they en
gage In before company.
It makes no difference how plucky
a man has had to be to acquire suc
cess, the people have a way of drop
ping the "P" when they tell about it.
SUSFERS FOR ANOTHER'S .
CRI3D3: GETS A FORTUNE
Galves;ton, Texas, Nov. 15. "Walter
Gilman, a cowboy on the Silver Star
ranch in Pecos county, who "was par
doned from the state prison three
months ago after serving 12 years for
the killing of Jack arroll, another
cowboy near Fort juancaster, has been
given title to 24,000 acres of land, val
ued at $150,000, in Crocket county, by
A. G. Flourney, wno. It is said, admits
having killed Carroll.
Flourney Is in South America and
said to be dying. It Is said he but re
cently learned that Gilman had seen
convicted of killing Carroll.
MEMBER OF GrREELY
PARTY A SUICIDE
John Lindquist, Formerly of
El Paso, Ends Life in
Seattle.
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 15. John Lind
quist, aged 49 years, a member of the
Greely relief expedition into the Arc
tic regions, committed suicide by
drinking poison in a local hotel. Hor
was in ill health and was without'
funds. Papers found among his ef
fects show that he was a member of a
Knights of Pythias lodge of San An-'
tonlo. Tex.
John Lindquist was widely known
in Texas and had lived in El Paso, and
had often related to his personal
friends the story of his part In tho
Greely relief expedition. At that time
he was a member of the Eighth caval
ry. United States army, and volunteer
ed as a member of the relief expedi
tion. He was the first man to reach
Gen. Greely. After the relief party
found the deserted camp in the Arctic
wilds they divided and went in search
of Greely. Lindquist was the first to
find the almost dying army officer.
Lindquist wag discharged from, the
army in San Antonio and worked there
as a lineman. He was a member of The
Anchor Masonic lodge of that city.
Tiring of the prosaic life of a lineman,
he came to El Paso and then went to
southern California in search, of gold.
He was a member of a party that was
set on by bandits while in the wilds
of that section. Several of his com
panions were killed, but he escaped.
He returned to El Paso and San An
tonio again, but th,e lure of adenture
was too strong to resist. When the
discovery of gold was reported in the
Klondike he went there and has never
been here since.
Lindquist was a pure type of the
Scandinavian, five feet nine inches
high, with light hair and blue eyes. He
was noted for "his fearlessness and love
of dangerous adventure.
TEXAS COUNTY IS
SOLID REPUBLICAN
Zapata Holds Record for
Casting Entire Yote
Against Democrats.
Austin, Texas, Nov. 15. Returns from
kapata county have been received and
show that for the second time the entire
vote of the county has been given to the
Republican ticket. Zapata county cast
509 votes in the election and -every one
of them was cast for J-. O. Terrell.
Two years ago tne county cast a solid
vote for Taf t for president. The countv
is situated 'In the lower Rio Grande val- I
ley, on- the border and is said to hold
t'ne record as the bauner Republican
county in the country.
DIPHTHERIA IS ABATING.
AT COLONIA DUBL.AN, MEX.
ColoniaDnbJanMex., .Nov. 15. Diphr
theria is abating, although occasional
cases are developing in the community.
The Miller people have been out to
look at their property at Galeana, Al
though this "has been the driest and
most unfavorable season in years, the
lands and possibilities look good to
them. ,
HL ,E.S Bqwman, while in El Paso,
bpught-two, 16 . horse . power engines
and two pumps, which will be installed
at Colonia Dublan and Colonia Diaz
within the next 10 days.
Mell Womer has bought the farm
and pumping plant of James Taylor on
the other side of he river.
Willard Jones and bride returned
home Friday evening from their wed
ding tour to Utah.
Joseph D-one and' -bride jwill be in
Monday. They remaineda few days In
Oiudad, Juarez to visit relatives.
WilliamgJbnes has returned from a
two" years; missfon in the City of Mex-
JPLAWV4EWpWJLL GET
METHODIST CONFERENCE.
Plainview, Texas, Nov. 15. The
Methodist conference, in session at
Clarendon, decided upon Plainview as
the" next meeting place.
The local Elks' minstrel, under the
direction of Henry Roquemore, who
was formerly with Albert Taylor,
scored a big hit before a crowded
house at the Schick.
Local parties are completing ar
rangements for putting in a gin at
Plainview, since cotton raising has
taken a hold in Hale county.
The city council met with roadmas
ter McCrate and arrangements were
completed whereby Plainview is to
have a Santa Fe park, work to com
mence on it at once.
Post
Sweet, crisp, golden-brown,
fluffy bits of corn which delight
the palate and satisfy the appetite.
The flavour is its own good
excuse for serving this superb
food again and again.
Economical, convenient, and
pleasing to sight and taste.
"The
Postum Cereal
TEXAN" WANTS TO
BE THE SPEAKER
Henry Will Oppose Champ
Clark Culberson Ee-
stored to Health.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Will
Champ Clark be the next speaker of
the house?
James Hay, of Virginia, and Robert
L. Henry, of Texas, are 'candidates
against Clark. Their platform is the
same that the power of appointing
f committees shall be taken away from
the speaker.
Swager Shefley, of Kentucky, also
has an eye on the speaker's chair. He
has not announced his purposes,' but it
is known that he has hop.es of forming
a combination of eastern recruits and
southern conservatives which would
give him the necessary strength to de
feat Clark. " . 4
John J. Fitzgerald, of New York,
leader of the 23 Democrats that voted
with Cannon on the rules question,
will not enter the speakership contest
unless he sees that his chances- for -the
chairmanship of the appropriatipas
committee endangered.
If Champ Clark stands squarely by
his record of years, and supports tho
proposition to take
the appointing
power away from the speaker, and to
j invest it in a committee on commit
tees, such as he himself proposed In
the present congress, .the opposition
captained by men like Sims, Hay aud
Henry practically, will disappear.
There Is good reason to believe that
this fight will not be confined to one
party. In an interview given out lajt
night, Victor Murdock, insurgent, from
the great state of Kansas, said the
Democratic victory meant that the
people wished the .house rules to be
reformed so that the speaker might
become the servant of the house, and
not its autocrat. If the insurgent Re
publicans unite with the progressive
Democrats of the Sims school, then the
rules will be reformed without regard
to the speakership ambitions of Clark,
Hay or Henry.
Senator Culberson has returned to
the city restored to his usual gooa
health. Upon being asked If he would
be a candidate for chairman of the mi
nority party "in the -senate, he replied
that the Democratic members would
decide that question among them
selves .
TEXAS WOMAN WINS '
OVER THE NOMINEE
Refused the domination for
v Clerk; Mrs. Trevathan. -Gets'
Office Any- .
how.
Lufkin, Texas, Nov. 15. Mrs. Britt
Trevathan has defeated W. J. Ivy, the
v...iu.,..v- ,......v. iw -kvuui... wcia v
Angelina county. Her majority is about
2000. Mrs. Trevathan's hus"band held
the position and was renominated but
died. His widow was appointed to the
position but the county committee
would not nominate her for the va
cancy, and named Ivy. . Mrs. Trevathan
then entered the campaign "as an inde
pendent candidate and carried on avlg
oroufc fignt. winning easily.
This is the first time a. Democratic
nominee has ever been defeated in this
"county, and it took a woman to do it. 3 '
BOMB SENT TO ARTIST .IN J . ,;
MAIL INJURES EYESJGHT.
Berlin, Germany, Nov. 15. Herr Ar
thur Fisher, the well-known ' -court
painter, nearly lost his eyesight when
he opened a small box containing a 4
bomb, sent to him through the mail.
"He had received several notes before
the bomb was sent, jn- which he was
threatened if he should fail to produce
money demanded'' - v
HEDJIEX PREPARING TO t
OBSERVE MEMORIAL DATl
Arrangements for Memorial Day on
November 27 are being made by Cenecu
tribe No. 1, Order of Redmen. The ex
ercises will be held at the Redmen's
hall on San Antonio street, and will In
clude addresses by local members of th?
order. The lodge lost but one member
J. E. Nagley, during the past year.
EIGHT Y-SBVEX YEARS:
HELD AS A PICKPOCKET.
New York, N. Y., Nov. 15. One of
the most remarkable prisoners ever
held here is Joseph Jones, 87 years
of age, charged with pocket picking.
He is blind, bald and toothless.
HAD 55 GRANDCHILDREN.
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 15. Mrs. Mary
MacDonald, pioneer resident of
Berkeley, who died at the home of her
daughter is' 'survived by nine children
and 55 grandchildren.
To&s
A Co,np0imd
ustum
Memory Lingers"
Company, Limited, Battle
3R
NEVER FAILS TO
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR and BEAUTY.
Satisfy Yourself by Sendtai Nos for a
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
Cut this adv. out and mail with yonr
name and address and name of your
Druggist, and 10 cents for postage, to
PHILO HAY SPEC CO.. 3U JJ""00
Street. Newark. Nevr Jrrsey, U.S. A.
FOR SALE AND RECOMMENDED BY
KNOBLAUCH DRUG CO.
DAILY RECORD.
Building- Permits.
To Great Texas Realty company to
build two story brick residence. West
Rio Grande street, estimated cost
4500.
To George G. Sauer to repair store
room, ,309 South El Paso street, esti
mated'eost $500.
To John Dittman to rebuild - resi
dence. Cypress Garden subdivision, es
timated cost $400.
To A. H. Miller to build kitchen,
613 Broadway, estimated cost $200.
Deeds Filed.
Satterthwaite's addition, Oregon
-street, between "West Missouri and
-"West Boulevard Frank Wells and
Hortensea D. Brown to Olga Kohl
berg, lot 21 and north eight feet lot
20,. block 1; consideration $4,000; dated
November 9, 1910. .
Plateau, Tex. J. H- Day-and Levi
Anderson to Lee H. Richards; lot It,
block 40; consideration $3C; dated Sep
tember 20, 1910.'
" Canutillo grant Wm. M. Co1.?'
Oden O. H. Baum and Z T. White
to Peter Kuhn, 85.34 acre tract; con
sideration $1500; dated October -3.
1010. ' .
East El Paso, Madera street, be
tween Rayner and Piedras streets
Ismael Monteros to Lelle L. Monteres.
lots 1.3 and 14, block 64; consideration
$1; dated November 14, 1910.
Logan Heights addition Grace .
Logan .and others to Mrs. Eva Rogers,
acre one, block 73; consideration 15;
dated October 17, 1910.
French addition. Madera street, be
tween Bowie and Jefferson Benacia
Leahy to Jesus Lopez, lots 6 and 7,
block 13; consideration $300; dated Oc
tober 2S, 1910
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AtTA.mia hPhTWPPfl -liCS i3- --- -
i "1 T ! Art TT"QQT iHl'
Toir o-L-oriiiP Grand Tlew.R.ealty coni-
i pany to Carl Ruedebnsch, lots 15 and
16, block 20; consiaeranon oV, ua.i.u
November 14, 1910.
Licensed to Wed.1
Amado- Gutierrez and .Manuela Rico.
' Marcel ino Rivas and Francisca Do
porto. .
Jose Arredondo and Erminia Her
nandez. Mucio Luoero aud Tomosa Jaunque.
Josef Duran and Maria Pacheco.
1 Jose' 'Telles and Snaz Montanez.
"'' ' Blrtlis.
To . J. H. Chellis, American, 5L
Boulevard, girl, November 8.
BONI WANTS ANOTHER
HEIRESS "WITH CASH
New York, Nov. 15. Count Boni rte
Castellane, who married Anna Gould.
is seeking another rich American brido.
It is reported. It is declared he has
f HerF a; D6t3tiou with "the Vatican for a
"papal confirmation of his civil divorce
so that the way to anotner marriage
will be opened to him. A friend of the
Castellane family In this v city said to-
' day:
i "Tt i true that the count is contem
plating another matrimdnial alliance
with an American heiress. He wiU
soon visit America."
Last February a report was printed
"that the count was to wed Miss Mabel
Gerry, of New York. The Gerry fam
ily denied the story promptly and vig
orously. MARRY' IN ATJTO "WITH
CHVUFFEUR AS WITNESS.
- Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 15. Miss j
Berta Harding of Maud, Okla., and
Benjamin F. Campbell of this city
were married in an automobile in
-which they had piled their ,, luggage.
The wedding took place on the street j
in front of the residence of justice
Edward D. Oldfield, who officiated.
The chauffeur acted as a witness.
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Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle
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FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO
CARRYING- UP TO PATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
ANGELES
For tickets and sleeping car accommodations, call at
City Ticket Office-St Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G-. A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
MUCH SPACE TAKEN
IN MILLS BUILDING
The "rooms for rent" sign is on the
Anson Mills building and the big sky
scraper is being filled rapidly with ten
ants. H. B. Stevens, who is manage
for the new building, has leased tne
greater part of the first floor space and
the offices on the upper floors are be
ing engaged by prospective tenants. The
Santa Fe railroad's city offices will be
on the corner of the main floor be
tween the two entrances. This will bn
one of the most desirable rooms in the
entire building.
H. B. Stevens will have the room next
to the main entrance onto Mills streett
which is just west of the Santa Fe of
fices. The E. Konlberg Cigar company
has leased the room on the Oregon
.street side, between the railroad offices
and the Oregon street entrance. Scott
"White will have a drug store just north
of this entrance, and H. L. Potter will
have a confectionery north of the "Whita
drug store.
On the upper floors, Robert H. Rind
hart has leased an office on the second
floor. Brown & Galloway on .the third
.floor, and 'Dr. Irvin McNeal a suite of
rooms on the second floor. The De
Shazo Realty company will have offices
on tne fourth floor and Trost & Trost
will have practically one entire floor if
the upper part of the building.
FAIR ASSOCLVHON BUSI-
NESS ABOUT CLEANED UP
"Working night and day, secretary
Frank Rich and assistant secretary
George H. Clements, of the Fair asso
ciation, have practically disposed of
all business In connection with the
fair and the offices of the association
will close this week. Diplomas are
jiow being mailed to the winners in
the various classes of commercial ex
hibits. Quickly Cures
Piles A! Home
Instant Relief, Permaaent Cure Trial
Package Mailed Free to All
in Plain "Wrapper.
Many cases of piles have been cured
by a trial package of Pyramid Pile Cure
without further treatment. "When it
proves its value to you, get more from
your druggist at 50 cents. a box, and
be sure 3'ou get what you ask for.
Simply send your name and address to j
tne .fyramia urug company, iiu jtjiu.
mid Bldg., Marshall, Mich., for a free
trial package in plain wrapper.
For Rheumatism
and Nervousness
Nine out of every ten cases ot
Rheumatism, Nervousness, and
kindred complaints, are causea
by excess uric acid in tne ssiem.
It poisons the tissue, wvaKens
the organs and retards circula
tion. Electropodes eliminate all ex
cess uric acid and other impuri
ties. They strengthen the nerves,
increase circulation, and promite
the health and action of every
organ. '
A prominent journalist of Al
buquerque, N. M gays: "Your
Electropodes certainly have won
derful merit. I know of no other
remedy as complete in its cure of
Rheumatism."
Druggist Signs This Contract
Theparchaaer of Electropodes is grant
ed the privilege of retarninjc them within
30 days, and the purchase price ( $ 1.00 ) is
to be refunded upon the following: condi
tions: They are to be worn according to
directions for at least 25 consecutive days,
and then if not satisfactory, to be returned
in original box.
Druggist's Signature
At druggists; or by mail, post
paid. If your druggist cannot
furnish Electropodes. send us
$1.00, and we will see that you
are supplied immediately. State
whetner for man or woman.
Western Eledropode Co.
241 Los Anpreles St., Los Angele,
Cal.
Route
DRINK MILK
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO
Pheaes: Bell 348; Anto. 1159,
Office 313 N. OreseB.
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Maauiacttireti Daily.
ELLIS BROS.
Printing Co.
"Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
Dejight-"
CHAS. S. HEITNIIfG,
CIVIL ENGINEER
Railroads, Irrigation, Power Plants,
Examinations, Plans, Management.
2Q years experience in Southwest and
Mexico.
406 Caples Block. Phoae 723
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St j
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass;. Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
ESTABLISHED 138S.
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Office asa Laboratory:
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Successors to Hughes & Critcattt.
Ass&yers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322& San Francisco St. Phoaa 32.
MATTICS-BUSH CO.
For your heating and plumb
ing estimates. Our Eepair
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