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L PASO HERALD
Tuesday, October 8, 1912
Jt YOUR GROCERIES
At Wholesale Prices from El Paso's Largest "Wholesale and Retail Mail Order
Grocery House and save 15 to 20 percent. Buy by the Dozen, Case and Hun
dred Pounds and cut down the High Cost of Living Youcan do it. Let us
We ship promptly to West Texas, New
100 lb. sack Best Gran
ulated Sugar for .$5.40
100 lb. sack Best
Irish Potatoes for. $1.85
100 lb. sack Best Fancy Head Rice for. . . .- ;$6.50
' A Pure
KmtL. nt t. An flF
Everybody likes Kneedit It is better for making cake than butter. Fresh
shipment just in. Try a bucket.
Purity (the Purest But- 1 lb. can Van Camp's
ter in El Paso), lb.. . .35c Pork and Beans,
Best Standard Com, per dozen . . . : $1.G0
2 doz. cans to case, 2 lb. cans Van Camp's
for .$1.80 Pork and . Beans,
Best Standard Toma- per dozen $1.70
toes, 2 doz. cans to 1 lb cans yan Camp's
casey for' L85 Soups, aU Flavors,
Best Standard String per dozen $1.00
Beans, 2 doz. cans . pioneei. Milk, per
to case, for $2.40 $3.85
Early June Peas, 2 Ameriean-Ladv Flour,
doz. cans to case, 100 bs for $3t25
for $2.75 The Finest Bread Flour in El Paso.
Harrington Hall f ) &-;
The Bakerized Coffee Most Famous J 10 lb. can $3.90
"2 lbs. of Bakerized Coffee Goes as. Far as 3 lbs. of Other Coffees."
GOLD COIN J New Car ( Every Sack f 24 lbS. for 85c
FLOUR 1 Just Received- Guaranteed ( 4g 1DS for $1.65
2 quarts Fanc3r Cran
berries for 25c
New Fresh Norway
Mackerel, 3 medium
size or 2 large size,
Our phones are kept' migb'ty busy these mornings, so if you please' telephone
in the afternoon for your nest day's needs and we can give you better
We deliver to Highland Park on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and East El Paso
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Phones 367 or 348
LABOR UNIONS TO IKE E SHD
Union labor will take a big part in
the industrial parade to be given dur
ing the Os-Aple celebration this month.
Many of the details of the part that
labor will take Ih the event were com
pleted at a meeting of Central Labor
union Monday evening, including the
assigning of places in line and the ap
pointment of a committee to visit all
unions and urge participation.
The genral committee In charge of
the celebration has posted $35 for
prizes to be offered to the unions and
union floats In lijie. and this amount
was doubled by the Central Labor
union adding another $35. This $70
will be distributed in prizes as follows:
For local union having the best float
in the parade: First prize, $26; second
prize. $10; third prize, $5.
For local union whose members ob
serve the best deportment in march
ing: First prize, , $20; second. $10;
third, $5. '
A. & J. Bylar. John M. TVyatt and
Tom Lea, jr., were selected Monday
night as judges to award these prizes.
Just Phone Us
have your laundry ready!
If it's Flat Work you are
sending to us, such as Sheets, Pil
low Cases, "Towels, Table Lin
en, etc you'll be agreeably
surprised upon their letum to
find how sweet and clean they
smell how nicely each piece is
Get the wash ready and
phone us today.
412-414 S. Oregon St.
Mexico, Arizona and Old Mexico, and
98 lb. sack Best
Monarch Flour ..$2.90
35 lb. sack Best Com
Meal for $1.00
( Purer, CZ lb. can. . 45c
- i and Better
5 lb. can . . 70c
10 lb. can $135
50 lb. can $5.90
la Kits for X.S1-10
Pigs' Feet, in Kits,
New Codfish in 2 lb.
boxes, each 35c
208-210 Mills Street
L. B. Louis will inform the judges of
the different unions as they pass.
The committee selected to visit all
the unions and urge them to participate
in jthe parade consists of Harry Cooper,
I B. Louis, Henry vM. Walker. John
Brashear, T. G. Woodman,' T. P. Toohev,
F. a Standish. T. J. Sennett, F. W.
Curtis, T. D. Butcher, A. M. James and
delegate Williams. They will visit ev
ery union between now and the date
for the parade and urge them to enter.
The parade will take place at two
oclock in the afternoon of October 23,
having been fixed at this hour at the
request of the unions. Besides the
unions, it will contain Industrial floats
from various houses and firms in the
The parade will start promptly from
the corner of Montana and North Or
egon streets at the appointed hour and
will pass over the following line of
march: Squth on Oregon to Pioneer
plaza, around the plaza and down
South El Paso street to Overland, east
on Overland to Campbell, north on
Campbell to San Antonio, east on San
Antonio to Virginia, north on "Virginia
to Myrtle, back on Myrtle to 'San An
tonio, west on San Antonio to Mesa,
and up Mesa avenue to the north of the
tracks, where it -will disband.
The reviewing stand -will be ato the
All unions will meet at Central La
bor union hall prior to the hour set
for the parade to mave and march in
a body to the place of formation.
The grand marshal of the labor di
vision will be Harry Cooper, of the
bricklayers union, and his aids will
be T. G. Woodman and E. F. West
The places of the various unions In
line have been selected as follows:
4. Electrical Workers.
6. Sheet Metal Workers
" 8. Barbers.
12. Brewery Workers.
13. Theatrical Stage Employes.
14. Railway Carmen.
JTTAEEZ TOHELP THE
BIG OS-APLE PARADE
Will Have School Boys, Band, Float
and Lodc 3Ieniber In Line and
Make a Big Showing.
Since the beginning of Os-Aple
jubilees, Juarez, El Paso's neighbor
city, is most interested in the advent
of Old Chief Os-Aple and his tribe.
Due to the efforts of CoL Juan N.
Medina, a former mayor, the citizens
of the over-river town are determined
to make a fine showing in the big
pagent which will come off In the
Pass City this month.
This Is -what CoL Medina, who Is a
member of the Os-Aple general com
mittee is planning, assisted by N.
Lucero, manager of the Juarez Gas
company. First will come the mili
tary band, if Gen. Trucy Aubert will
give permission for its appearance
again in El Paso. Then will come the.
boys' school bugle and drum corps;
next the students of the Juarez Agri
cultural college, and then fraternal
orders of the Mexican border town
marching with their brilliant banners.
It is expected that the initial ap
pearance of the boys' bugle and drum
corps -will make one of the big hits
with the El Paso public. The lads of
the nubile school are favoritps In
, Juarez, having arpearcd on all pa
triotic occasions. There are about a
dozen, ranging from tiny ones to
fairly big boys, and all uniformed as
the musicians of the Mexican army. In
brilliant costumes with plenty of '
spangles and braid. And the noise
j they make with their horns and drums
is astonishing. Also, the cadets of the
w.t.b-, ui.u.1.. UllllUi iilCU 11 &1AJ,
march in fine form. EI Pasoans know
what the military band can do In the
wayof making music. The fraternal
orders in Juarez are many and each
has plenty of members who like to
turn out and show theit stride.
In all, the Interurban, international
feature of the Os-Aple pagent will
lend a novel and pleasing touch to the
ARE BEING PRINTED
Five Thousand "Will Be Taken by the
Trade Excursionists to Me Dis
tributed Along the Route.
Programs for the Os-Aple Jubilee'
to be held" in El Paso October 23. 24
i and 25, are being printed. There will
be 5000 of the programs ready for the
Keynote Trade Excursionists to take
with them on their trip through Ari
zona and New Mexico. It is the pur
pose to have the excursionists dis
tribute the programs in the towns and
cities they visit and advertise the Os
The programs are made up In book
form, having an orange cover with
black lettering, carrying out the colors
of the festival. An Indian head with
the words "Os-Aple Jubilee, El Paso.
October 23, 24 and 25." are printed in
black on the cover. On each of the
pages of the program there is a blank
memorandum page and, besides having
the program of events, each of the lines
of marches of the various parades are
WICKERSHAM "WARNS COURT
AGAINST "BATH TUB TRUST."
Washington, D. C. Oct. S. Warnings
against being "bamboozled" by the so
called "bath tub trust" figured prom
inently in the brief of the department
of justice, filed In the supreme court
for the guidance of justices consider
ing whether the combination shall be
dissolved in accordance with a decree
of the Maryland federal court.
Attorney general Wickersham and
his special assistant, Edwin P. Gros-
Uvenor, informed the court Ithat the so-
called license arrangement of the ac
cused manufacturers was merely the
latest and most fashionable contrivance
for evading the Sherman act.
The arrangement was a plan where
by the owners of a patented dredger,
used in making unpatented bath tubs,
licensed the dredger to the manufac
turers on conditions regulating the
prices at which the tubs were to be I
sold and resold.
The government contended in Its
brief that the patent laws gave no one
a right to violate the other laws of
the United States, particularly the
GARY TOLD STEED COMPANIES
THEY WERE VIOL VTTVG LAW
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 8. That the
steel pools were done away with in
1904 -when judge Gary, chairman of
directors of the United States Steel
corporation, informed the companies
in the pools that they were violating
the Sherman anti-trust act, was the
main point brought out In the testi
mony of Willis L. King, vice president
of the Jones & Laughlin Steel company,
a large independent company, at - the
federal inquiry into the affairs of tho
United States Steel corporation.
He also said he did .not fear that
the company -which he represents could
be put out of ljusiness by the United
States Steel corporation, as was tes
tified to by Julian Kennedy, a promi
nent Pittsburg consulting engineer.
He said his company and the compa
nies of the United States Steel cor
poration have sold at practically the
same, prices for some time, but there
was no agreement to do so.
MONTANA MAN KILLS
WIFE IN SELF DEFENCE
Lewiston, Mont, Oct. 8. A message
from Grass Range states that James
Briggs shot and killed his wife there.
Meager details indicate that Briggs
acted-in self defence. The woman for
merly was the wife of Jacob Hoover,
and. It is said, that while they were
living together she shot through a
door at him but missed. She secured a
divorce from Hoover and married 'a
man named Riordan., She claimed to
have learned that Riordan had a wife
living, and shot and killed him. Con
victed, of manslaughter she served a
year's sentence. She had instituted di
vorce proceedings against Briggs.
SPECTATORS ABE TIIHILLED
BY DAIUXG AVIATION" FEAT
Washington, D. C Oct. 8. Hundreds
of spectators were thrilled when Hugh
Koblnson, a professional aviator, while
flying over the Washington monument
at a height of about 1000 feet, suddenly
dropped 400 feet, aiming directly for
the apex of the shaft.
He righted him machine when within
a few feet of the top of the monume'nt
and flew gracefully off to the army
hydro-aeroplane station at Washington
REO.UEST FOR AFFILIATION" IS
PRESENTED TO HUMANS SOCIETY
Plans for the affiliation of the El
Paso Humane society with the Texas
state society are being considered by
the El Paso society. At a meeting of
the El Paso society Monday night Jos.
U. Sweeney presented the request of
the state society for consideration of
R. R. Davis has been appointed a
special officer for the El Paso society.
Ardoln'n new confectionery opens
Tuesday, noon and evening. All Invited.
FIVE HUNDRED HEAD OF
MOR3ION" CATTLE IMPORTED
More Mormon cattle from the Mex
ican ranges of the colonists were
brought to El Paso Tuesday, being im
ported by the El Paso Livestock and
Commission company. In the ship
ment were about 500 head. They were
brought to the border over the Mexico
North Western. The cattle will be
Get Your Heating Stoves Up
before the next cold spell.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
LOUISLAXA WRECK MAKES
TRAIN LATE IJT ARRIVING HERE
A wreck is said to have occurred on
the G., H. & S. A., at Crowley station.
La?, which has delayed the Sunset
trains, which were due to arrive In
El Paso Monday night. Train No. 7,
due here at 7:30 in the evening, did
not arrive until 6 o'clock Tuesday
morning. The extent of the wreck
was not learned, as it was not report
ed at the local offices of the road..
The Army of
Is Growing Smeller Evevy Day.
LIVER PILLS an
responsible tbey o
only giTO relief .
they pcrmeaenUy ,
ntii, Indijeitiec, Sick Hsaitcie, SaSsv Skin.
SHALL FILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
Genuine mu.tbar Signature
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55 gf tJ-ii
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4jliw3 J. JL JLJIJCj Jl Ai&JUiy. JL I
Concord Grapes, per
3 cans milk
Guaranteed Fresh Eggs,
per lb .-
All white Soaps,
White Star Soap,
j,et the Habit.
ing up 2S4S.
rders Promptly Filled.
any a large line of
verything in the gro
t, eery line. "Quality at
ight price" is our mot
7 f you are not dealing
with us now,
Every day you lose that
-mnph. Start now.
n Ti;-n'Ti r7rIo-rc (rivp.n
S prompt attention.
Spring chickens, nens,
Deliveries East or West at
P. M. Orders must be in 30
ontana Grocery and market
Quality at the
613-17 Mantona St.
NOTE Mr. Dietrich, formerly with
and would be glad to
RAIN STOPS THE
FAIR AT PECOS
VgricuHnral Department of Texas
Sends Expert to Fair
To Meet Farmer.
Pecos, Texas, Oct 8. On account of
heavy rain the Pecos fair will open
Wednesday morning at 9:30 and extend
through Saturday, the 12th. Every
thing Is in fine shape for a big ex
hibit of all kinds.
Tho jurrlpiiltural deoartment of, the
, state of Texas is sending H. B. Murray
! to represent it at the fair this week.
He will talk to the farmers with ref
erence to all crops to be grown In the
Tto vliv. The T. & P. railway
also sends W. B. Star to represent it
with reference to agricultural products r Gradnata of the'lmuerial Col- Original Herbalist
grown here. i lego of Medicine at Pokin, China, and Director
Good rains have fallen over the Pe- ot the original and only Chinese Herb Institute
cos country in the last few days. In- i in America. I haTe written this book and will
suring good range conditions during i selld it to you, postpaid, in plain sealed envel
the fall and winter for cattlemen. . opa absolutely free, without any obligation.
Everybody in Pecos and surround- . -jth testimonials to prove that Chinese Herbs
in rnuntrv is verv busy arranging for i K Rnnts nra -cronderfnllr effective and a bles-
the fair. All people in El Paso have
a special invitation.
BIG SPRINGS HAS ItAIX
VXD VOTES WATERWORKS BONDS
Big Springs Texas. Oct. S. A two
inch rain fell over the Big Springs
country last night Tanks are full to
overflowing. It will greatly benefit the
range. A ,
In the election here yesterday for
-waterworks bonds the Issue carried
over 2 to 1.
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OF WOOD HEREAFT1.K
r-i Ti.1 Henm from a Trip Through
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Army Doctorx Transferred.
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Nnales Ariz Oct S. Charles ana
Robert Karns have purchased a large
tract o timbered land near luoac
and have ordered -wood cutting and
splitting machinery. They will clear
the land as Tapldly as possible and
will market the wood both In Nosales
and Tucson. For the last two years
Nogales lias been -without a -woodyarfl
and the residents have been compelled
to buy -wood by the burro load, as It Is
packed into" town by thj Mexicans; or
possibly a small load of uncut wood
could be picked UP on tne street once
In a -while. Therefore, this will be a
preat convenience to the Nog-ales
people and also to the Tucson people,
for wood is at a premium at any time'
CoL Allen T. Bird. United States
commissioner at Nogales, has returned
from an extended trip through tho
mining region on the eastern slope of
the Santa Rita mountains. Col. Bird
reports the greatest activity in all- the
mines, both old and new, in that sec
tion of the county, and states that a
large amount of money is being spent
in developing old prospects and In lo
cating new ones.
Charles Fowler, aprent of the S. P.
de Mexico, at Mazatlan, and son of
postmaster Charles Fowler, of No
gales, accompanied by his wife and
daughter, arrived In Nogales last night
from Mazatlan for a visit.
Dr. "Wilson, of the Fourth cavalry,
-who has. been stationed In Nogales
for the past eight months, has been
ordered to duty at the United States
arsenal at Benicia. Cal.. and. accom
panied by his wife and daughter,' has
left for his new post.
Lieuts. H. B. McMurdo and Hess,
respectively, surgeon and dentist,
have arrived in Nogales and will be
stationed here with the Fourth cav
A. A, "Worsley, a wellknown attor
ney from Tucson and member of the
Arizpna legislature from Pima county,
was in Nogales yesterday and gave an
interesting talk to a large audience on
the public plaza.
Dr. A. C Kingsley. formerly for a
number of years a practicing physi
cian of Nogales, but now superintend
ent of the state insane asylum in
Phoenix, was a business visitor in
Nogales the fore part of the week.
The doctor started from Phoenix with
an insane Mexican in charge, who had
consented to return to Mexico volun
tarily, but . at Maricopa, the Mexican
changed hfs mind and took "French
'eave," while Dr. Kingsley was attend
ing to some other business. He has
not been seen since that time.
4- A .J.
POAVDER HOUSE EXPLODES;
THIRTY PEOPLE ARE KILLED.
Tamplco, Mexico, Oct. 8.
Thirty persons were killed here
as the result of a powder explo
sion. A warehouse In which the
powder was stored and several
adjoining buildings were de
Montana Market now
Everything good to eat
in the meat line.
all meat we handle is
hat money can buy.
Q o we think we can
Prime Rib Roasts,
Chuck of Shoulder Pot
Boasts, per lb
per lb ....
Leg of Lamb,
Leg of Mutton,
Mutton Stew ,
Veal Shoulder Roast,
ner -lb " l&
Veai stew Meat,
7, 9 and 11 A. M.; 3 and 5
minutes before these tunes.
right price. ' '
the Standard Market, is now with us
serve his old customers.
Tellshow thousands suffering
from Catarrh, Asthma, Lung
and Bronchial Trouble, Female
Trouble, Ehenmatism, Appen
dicitis, Dropsy. Kidney, Lirer
and Stomach Troubles, Blood
and Skin Diseases, Nervous De
bility in men and many other
Chronic Diseases, have been
restored to health and happi
ness, -without poisonous drugs
or the knife, by treating them
selves at homo with my simple.
TT.,-m j t . n Pn.f. V.s Fpn Imt CHJL
sa- to the sick. Diseases considered incurable
I by the medical profession yield to their strange
?fl,lTrt TrllT, AVPrvthlTlff aIrA llAS fllpd.
CURED WITH CHINESE HERBS
Mr. H. Luedke, R. F. O.I
Albert Zar.ol. 131726th
No- 2. Dunkvrton. Iowa.
St Denver, says: Ye
Foo Lou Chinese Herbs did
more forme than all doctors
or anything else levertricd."
Mrs. Ursula Arroyos, Sil
ss7s: "I spent JTC0 with f onr
different doctors lor Diooa
poison and scarcely noticed
any benent. I also treated
at Hot Springs and Chicago.
I bran f Wtt Yee Foo Lon
ver Plume, CdoH states:
.My fceaJta Etas returned, i
am able to work better than
ever in my life. I -wish that
-U1 sick people would come
to see yon.'
i Mrs. J. B. Utlsy, Dnver,
says that sbevecaped from
&n oneration for female
Chinese Herbs and now am
feeling better than at any
time lor lour Tears. I am
certainly more than clad to
' ten others of the resolta I
kln obtained from them.
I consider the herbs worth
several hundred times their
trouble and regained health
and -weight with Yee Foo
1 cost and beartily recommend
tbcxn to the sick."
1 Write mo today. Jnst say "Send mo yonr
t .Boole, "XJio Chinese Way to liet Well" Address
YEE TOO LDN, C.H.D., Chinese llerb insti-
tute. 227 Institute Bldg.. Den-rer, Colo.
PROMOTERS OP RAILROAD
HELD OX FRAUD CHARGE
Association to Build Line From Win
nipeg to the Gulf AVns Incorpor
ated nt Plioenir. Arizona.
Minneapolis. Minn., Oct. 8. With ball
fixed at ?5000 for the first, and $2000
for the other two. John M. Wiley. Fred
Beckley, and A. I. Balll. Indicted by a
federal grand jury on the charge of
using the mails to defraud, are in the
county jail. All three pleaded not
Wiley, who it is said, was leader in
organizing the "North and South Rail
road association" by means of which
farmers of Minnesota, Iowa and Mis
souri are alleged to have lost thousands
of dollars was arrested at New Hamp
ton, Iowa: Beall near Lawlor, Iowa, and
Beckley at Ensel, Case county, Minn.
"It is a legitimate enterprise in which
we are engaged," said Wiley. "We have
planned a road from Winnipeg to the
gulf. No, we have not the right of
way, but we expect to get it. The North
ana1 South Railroad association was in
corporated in Phoenix, Ariz., about two
years ago. Its capital was $1,000,000.
Afterward we increased to $2,500,000. If
they will let us alone we will build the
POSTOFFICE MEV SAY ROAD
EXISTS ONLY OX PAPER-
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 8. N. Leon
Miller, an attorney, was arrested by
a United States Marshal here on a
charge of using the mails to defraud.
In connection with the promotion ot
the Winnipeg. Sallna & Gulf railroad,
which postoffice inspectors declare ex
ists only upon paper. Before judge
Pollock in the federal court. Miller
was held under $15,000 bond.
Miller -was arrested as he entered
judge Pollock's court room to answer
a charge of contempt for failing to
turn over the property of the road to
J. A. Kimball, who had been appoint
ed receiver by judge Pollock on ap
plication of the Brendley Construction
company of New York, which expend
ed $85,000 in making a survey for
TO BE HEALTHY
is yours nut you really must give
your stomach a chance. If it is
weak, just take
before meals. It always
All That Is New In
Jewelry, Shell Goods and
BEYOND description are the many novel
and fascinating jewelry novelties, hand
bags and shell goods for the Fall and Winter
season of 1912-13. Prices start as low as 25c
and range upward to suit all purses. You are
certain to find what you want at the "POP
ULAR." We call your especial attention to
the Mesa avenue window display.
New arrival of Gold Top Beauty Pins, bar pins, waist and collar
sets; large assortment of new designs and chasings. Prices,
50c, 75c, $1.00.
Large assortment of Hair Ornaments in bandeaus of pearl, crys
tal and brilliants, bandeaus with aigrettes and many other styles.
Prices from 50c up.
New arrivals of Beaded Bags in black, -white and colors; prices
$2.00, 54.50 and up. Also children's beaded coin purses, with
and without chains, at 50c.
Very latest styles of Velvet Bags, black, brown, navy bhie and
. taupe with shoulder cords. Pricea-$1'.00, $1.50, $2.00.
Latest shades in Leather Bags, all styles and prices. $1.00 up.
New linfiSrfOf Combs, Barrettes and Braid Pins, all -styles and
prices; 25c up.
Large assortment of beautiful Hat Pins, long and short, in bril
liants, pearls, gilt, silver; styles and. stones of all kinds. Prices
25c, 50c, $1.00.
New line of sterling silver Picture Frames, plain and neatly
chased; designs of all styles. Prices 25c and up.
Ladies and children's Mesh Bags in sizes from 4x3 1-2 in. to
A 1-2x5 1-2. Prices $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 and up. -
Ladies and children's Vanity and Coin Purses in German sibrer
and gilt. Prices 25c, 50c, 79c and up.
Gallup Lump Coal
- For Domestic Purposes
BIG FOUR LUMP COAL, eiiillos Anthracite
Coal, Arkansas Anthracite Coal and Colorado
Coke for Furnaces.
Chestnut size Anthracite Coal and Colorado
Coke for Base Burner stoves.
HEAVY OAK WOOD CHUNKS for Eire Places
and heating stoves.
Split Pine Wood, Oak Wood and Kindling.
Phone us your orders before 'the weather
Phones 36 and 210
TAKE 10 MINUTES TO LEAVE
RATHER THAN 200 DAYS IX JAIL
Given the preference of serving 200
days in jail or 10 minutes within
which to leave town, M. S. Stokes, alias
M. S. Stubbs, and Thomas Kelly, who
were before judge Adrian Pool Mon
day afternoon on charges of vagrancy,
chose the latter. BeforCthe men were
released they were shown to the mem
bers of the day and night forces.
IMMIGRATION MAN PROMOTED.
J. P. Lawlor, connected with the
United States immigration service in El
Paso for the last four years, has been
promoted to inspector in charge at No
gales, Ariz. He left for Nogales Sunday
6:00 A. M.
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IT'S THE BEST:
PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERS
City Ticket Office 206 No. Oregon.
We sell Scrip Books Interchangeable between all TKXAS LINES.
Face value $30.00. Sale price $25.00.
Colon, Panama, $83.25 Via New Orleans.
ARRESTED OX TELEGRAM
FROM POTTSVILLE, PA.
John W. HHdreth, an employe of tho
Callsher Dry Goods company, was ar
rested by chief of police I- N. Davis
at noon Monday. His arrest was made
at the instance of a telegram sent by
Hiram Davis, sheriff of Pootsville, Pa.
According to the telegram. Hlldretn.
it was stated, was wanted at Pottsvillo
on a charge of embezzlement and
grand larceny. HHdreth was at one
time employed by the Majestic theater.
He is being held by the police pend
ing further advices from Pottsvllle.
Get Yonr Heating: Stoves Up
before the next cold spell.
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