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iVerf Corset Be a
THERE are all kinds of corsets for women of
average size, but to our mind there k only .one
good corset, and that is a medel selected from
Warner's Rust-Proof lines.
Yes, we will grant you that this is a strong state
ment to make, but it isn't often that we cm say with
authority that a corset will shape fashionably and fit
comfortably. There are models that shape fashion
ably that are mighty uncomfortable.
Warner's not only shape fashionably but fit com
fortably, 'and we not only guarantee this, but also that
the garment will not rust, break-er- tear, and wear -as
long as you will care to have it.
Prices Range $1 Up
'The Corset Store of El Paso.
GEN. JOSE M. MTER
Aged CeBHiBJer of Third Military
Zone Retired to Private Lifer
Is la III Health.
Monterey, Hex.. Nov. 4. Gen. Gereni
mo Trevno has turned over the affaire
of the third military zone to Geo. Jos
M. Mier, who arrived here to relieve
Gen. Trevino. The transfer was- made
in a few moments, there being no
changes made in the staff at present
Capt Lois M. Rivers, is still chief of
Gen. Trevino, who has served his
country in a military way for many
years, has retired to private life and
wiH never again enter military affairs.
For some time past he has been quite
ill and it was thought a few days ago
he would not live, but the sturdy old
man withstood the attack and is now
improving steadily. The condition of
Gen. Trevino's health and his advanced
age forced him to resign from active
Gen. Jose Mier, who has come to this
city to take charge of the third mili
tary zone, vacated by the resignation
of Gen. Trevino. is well known here.
having been sent here as governor of
the state of Noevo Leon by Gen. Por
firio Dias at the time Gen. Bernardo
Reyes was deported to Europe. Gen.
Mier has also heid important position
in the army in other points and his wel
come back to Monterey has been cordial
on every side.
Millionaire's Son Sues Father
For Alienating His Wife
Conditions So Bad in Mex
ico That None Wish
COBB closk; cmpaigx.
Zach Lamar Cobb, uf El Paso, closed
the Democratic campaign at Lords
burg. K M.. Saturday night with one
f his "Remember the Alamo" speeches.
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Junius Romney and O. P. Brown, of
the Mocmon church organization, are
expected home this evening from New
Mexico, -where they have been making
an inspection of a number of available
locations for the establishment of a
Mormon colony until the Mexican col
onies can again be occupied. As soon
as a suitable tract can be obtained,' the
remaining Mormon refugees will leave
1 Paso and occupy the land.
Many of the refugees are leaving for
Tucson, Ariz., Hachita, N. M., and Salt
Lake for the winter. The following have
obtained transportation from the gov
ernment: To Tucson Edith IX, Edith and Mary
Cardon; Abram Done; Benjamin, Verna
M-, Ira and Viola Judd; Fanny McDon
ald. Lucy M. Bluth, James Nelson.
To Benson. Ariz. S. H. Johnson.
To Btsbee, Ariz. Pearl Davis.
To Safford. Ariz. Mary Elton.
To Pima, Ariz. William F., Ellen and
Fay Cluff ; Warren R. Whetton, George
To Jaynes, Ariz. Minerva, Su and
To Thatcher, Ariz. Eva Spilsbury.
Robert and Emma Beeoroft, Thomas A.
and Etta E. Lunt.
To Hachita, N. M. A. W. Hardy, Jo
seph F. Haws, Warren K. Hardy, John
Bingham. E. L. Cluff, Orin N. Romney,
Ernest V. Cluff, John Wall. Milton All
red, Lorin Jones, Nello Beeoroft, Julian
and Lucv Laws, Douglas and Bertha
Harvey, J. R. Donaldson, E. W. Johnson,
Jr., Kmil Bluth. J. H. and Ruth Patter
To Silver City, N. lL-John C, Strsa,
Clarence, Martha and Viola Williams.
t rniorn N. M. J. E. Stelner.
To Richfield, Utah Agness, Pratt, i
Julia, Mwrba-and Beth Thurber.
To Fairiow, Utah Ij. Ross Tucker.
'To Pr?v. Otah J. H. Rowley, Em
erald W. Stout.
To Logan. Utah Donald & Black.
To Salt Lake City, Utah Era and
Harty Cluff. , L .
To Hanson. Okla. Thos. P. Sarah K
Lenard, Henry, Randolph, Minnie,
Bashle. Francis and Nora Allen.
To Los Angeles. CaL Gaskell. Anna,
Maurice, Douglas, Miles and H. H. Rom-
Mi'a Idaho Falls, Idaho Lorin John-
-To Clint Tex. David, Cena, Irvin, A.
Er arid lop Hawkins; Heber, Chris
tlriia, Dorvilla, Grant, Thora and Ivin
Davis; Cina Thompson.
Conditions Arc Bad.
H. E. Bowman and family are in El
Paso once more. They found it very
undesirable to live in Dublan under ex
isting conditions. Rebels and federals
are in close proximity, but therels very
little fighting. Rojas and his army,
who have been occupying Colonia Pa
checo, have moved down on the -a-
VDk. Spillsberry secured his release
from the rebels by promising to pay
his captors two sacks of sugar, 10
sacks of flour., and J 510 cash.
Vr Xntfnui Mid lha colonists were
suaeesaful in collecting and selling
quite a number Of carloads of wheat
It was shipped to Chihuahua. When
ih.v va eatherinz- the Wheat some of
! the natives looked on with disapproval
nnd sometimes tney expressed meir ms
approval in unmistakable terms. For in
stance the colonists examined Mrs.
Smth'e bin and her wheat was in good
,.nnrfiHnn hut next dav when they went
to load it. it was all gone. It had
oni7l its location In the nisht. Mr.
Payne stored his wheat in Clawson's
bin and when he went for it, the man
livirtg in Clawson's house! threatened to
call a policeman and have him arrested
if he attempted to carry me wurok
,-.v Th iratnoral crv -was: What -will
we live on if you take away all of
your wheat?' The natives as a whole
are making little effort to farm next
sear. Tney are aiBcouraseu m luejf
say that if they plant, the rebels will
reap and they will be out their labor
and their seed. ..... ,.
The natives are still stealing wheat
and everything else that can be stolen
from the Sonora colonists.
Those dissatisfied colonists who are
making trips back into Mexico are, one
hi- n hoivtmirur convinced that to
leave Mexico to the Mexicans is the-
only course open to loreigners as iue
BRIDGES ARE BURNED
NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE
Winter Suit and Overcoat
AT THIS STORE YOU FIND CLOTHES TAILORED TO FIT AND SATISFY.
That's the way to describe the elegant new Fall and Winter models and fabrics that we are
now showing. Proper fit and workmanship rarely equalled and never' surpassed.
We Specialize on "Sophomore" and
"Frat" Clothing For Young Men
and ever since we have been k business the young men of El Paso and vicinity have looked to us
for all die latest styles in first-class clothes Come m and let us demonstrate our suits and overcoats.
We like to show them.
Prices $15 to $45
Hats and Caps
with the dash of color tint gives distinctive ftyie,
combined with comfort, to the wearer. A superb
showing of Hats, both imported and domestic
including the ever popular Stetson blocks.
'Prices $2.50 and Upwards
Caps for antomobiting, golfing, hunting, traveling
and for every day comfort
50c to $3.00
Entire Family Is Mixed Up
in a Scandal in
St LOIUS. Mo.. NOV. i. Pnrthpr srtiAn ic r,j , ..
famous Cole family fend. As it now stands. Amedee Cole, millionaire land
dealer, is accused o alienating the affections of his sons wife. Mrs. Amede
Cole stands by her husband. John Jackson Col. The son. with hi uncle is
fighting his father. Mrs. Jaskson Cole charges the uncle Dr For
rest Cole, with alienating her husband's affections. Amedee Coles takes the
part of his daughterinlaw against his son and brother, and the son, John
Jackson Cole, takes the part of his uncle. Or. Forrest Cole, against his father
and his wife. The wife is really the most neutral figure in the tangled case.
which originally began with a fight over the estate left by the father of
Amedee and Forrest The final hearing is expected to be one of the most
sensational ever staged here, as all of the principals are wealthy and prom
inent and social lights, and the charges have been so serious that both sides
will be forced to make counter charges.
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BACON AND HAMS SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET VALUE.
Send in Your Orders by Mail and We Will Treat You Right.
Phones 505-3098 204-206 E. Overland St.
John Cole, at left; Amedee Cole, fee
Iott, and Mrs. John Cole, above.
NEGRO SALOON MAN
KILLED IN JTJA&EZ
Joe Smiley, a negro saloon keeper
in Juarez, was instantly killed in his
place of business Saturday afternoon.
when a pistol, alleged to have been
in the hands of Stevens Caldwell, an
other negro, was accidentally dis
charged. The bullet entered on the
Kft side of Smileys head and pene
trated his brain. Caldwell was placed
in' the Juarez jail.
Mamie Smiley, the surviving wife,
who was fined 1200 on a vagrancy
charge in the corporation court sev
eral weeks ago, and ordered to leave
the city, phoned the police station at
:30 oclock Saturday afternoon ask
ins for permission to bring the body
of her husband to El Paso for burial.
The request was granted by police
chief J, N. Davis.
Smiley, the dead negro, about a year
ago, according to the police, was con
nected with the "66" bar, at the inter
section of Overland and Third streets.
At that time he was fined $200 on a
vagrancy charge and ordered to leave
the city. The police say that he moved
to Juarez, where he engaged in the
saloon business. Arrangements are
now being made to have his body
brought over to El Paso.
WITH FEDERAL FORCE
Monterey. Mexico, Nov. 4. Lieut
Kontalvo and sub-Lieut Pesceto, the
only two officers who were not cap
tured after their getaway last month
in automobiles, are at the head of rebels
in the mountains southeast of Monte
rey. They attacked Laguna de Sanchez
and met a hot resistance from the fed
eral soldiers from there. It is reported
that several rebels were killed and some
of their horses captured.
Laguna de Sanchez is in the munici
pality of Arramberri and Montalvo and
Pesceto are concentrating their dep
redations on the Ksperansas hacienda,
where they have over 50 men under
In the fight at Laguna de Sanchez,
one federal, corporal Po'rras, of the
Eighth cavalry, was killed.
iVaerieaa Railroad Men ' Make Trip
From Pearson on Handcar; Are
Stepped By Salarar.
Because tAe Mexico North Western
Railroad company would not let them
have a handcar, two engineers and a
conductor of that road took one last
Wednesday at Pearson and made the
trip to Juarez, arriving at the border
Sunday afternoon at '1:30. They say
ISO bridges are burned between Juarez
The men -who made the trip Vere
J. J. Roberts and I. L. Mabry, en
gineers, and C. Osterhaut, conductor,
and two Mexican laborers.
They stocked their car with provis
ions to last a week and at 7:80 p. m,
Wednesday, left Pearson. Arriving at
Coyote, 69 kilometers south of Juarez,
the next morning, they were held up
by Gen. Inez Salazar, the rebel leader.
He did not search them, nor would he
allow any of his men to molest them
or their provisions. However, he held
them for five hours while, he said, ha
was makinr preparations to march on
Casaa Grandes. With him he had 208
men, though he told the Americans
that he had 200 more men back in the
When he had completed preparations
for his march he told the Americans
to go, assured them that they would
not be molested but they would find
difficulty in passing burned bridges.
This was later borne out, for they
found about ISO bridges burned out,
However, not a rebel was seen en
route, but Salaaar had warned them to
notify all linemen and bridge workers
attempting to repair the North Western
that they must desist or the rebel!
would shoot them.
bag to be comfortable while at bis studies, and at
other times, in cold, weather. -We've
prepared for bis wants with the very best
of wearables that can be prodneed.
Gloves, Sweaters, Caps, Heavy Shifts, and Under
wear, Overcoats and Suits priced reasonably, and
A special line of suits made for
school and ordinary wear at
All wool and seat patterns.
This department offers maay aaggestioBS for
"cool-weather-comfort. Cloves of -light sad heavy
weights. Underwear of eotion, wool or mixed.
Sweaters thai keep out the chill. Woolen top
shirts with coDara attached or to mach. Silk and
knitted Mufflers. Heavy weight eottoa and wool
en Hose. All at popular and conservative prices.
in selecting our assortment of WeaaaMee, we
did not overlook the "little men." Wd picked out
the very beat of everything that they need.
Overcoats, Suits, Blouses, Underwear, Sweaters,
Gaps and novelty Hats just the right tilings to
make him look and fed up-to-date. Dress your
The Boys' Store
3S? 9 imk 2 fJntir
The Store Devoted to
Group of King Ferdinand's Fighting Men Ready For Action
W -v v H. :ySSJ. isiils.. f LMb. ;, wiyfciB 3Snakv ?,XMP
The Balkan soldiers who bore the
them, Klrk-KUesseh. Bulgarian infan
brunt of the fighting in the capture of several Turkish strongholds, among
try In squad advance, equipped with t all marching kit
Tjrprri Tc "Women as well as men ar
and bladder trouble. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root the
TIT AWE1 Sreat kidney remedy.
ilITli. p r o m p 1 1 y relieves. At
druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet tellinc; all about it
.W.r -. Dr Kilmer & Co- Binshim
J ton, N. i". Adv.
BELOW THE BORDER
Refugees arriving here today say
conditions remain unsettled below the
border at this point Antonio Rojas
has about 600 rebels camping in the
American settlement of Pacheco. The
refugees, who came from the various
Mormon colonies and other American
settlements in the Cases Grandes dis
trict, were compelled to move overland
to Hachita, N. M.
Work has begun in reconstructing
the Mexico North Western railway, on
which road rebels have burned HO
bridges between Juarez and Casus
Grandes. American railway officials
agreed to attempt to rebuild the road
again on promise of Gen. Trucy Aubert
that full protection would be given.
The first work train to depart was
guarded by 150 federal soldiers. All
railway traffic bslow this port has been
paralysed for nearly a month.
SPIRIT OFREVOLT -SPREADS
Veracruz, Mex.. Nov. 4. The revolu
tion spirit in the northern part of the
state of Veracruz is on the increase.
Many small bands are causing much
mischief in the rich oil district
Maj. Cuesta, with 185 adherents,
who escaped from Veracruz on the en
try of the federals, has been seen near
Oaxaca, where the natives are joining
the revolutionary movement in great
Col. Diaz Ordaz. chief lieutenant of
Gen. Feliz Diaz, will be tiiej by court -"l'iriial
111 i d-iy or tv.o. It is believed
lie will be condemned to deati
D1VYBR SO.YS CONDITIONS
IMPROVED ON WEST COAST.
W. F. Dwyer, traveling auditor for
the Southern Pacific Railroad com
pany in Mexico, is in HI Paso on a
business trip. He has been down
along the west coast and says that
conditions are rapidly becoming nor
mal there and there are no most reb
els In that section. He also says that
Americans who had left there are re
turning to their homes in that district
SBVRRAt AMBRICAN SHIPS
ARE OFF MEXICAN COAST
San Diego. Calif.. Nov. 4. The gun
boat Vicksburg has arrived from
Guaymas. The Clevelaad on her way
up the coast is off Pichillaque hay.
The Denver is also off the Lower Cali
fornia coast and the California, Colo
rado and Glacier are at Corinto.
RUPTURE EXPERT HER
Humility is a virtue all preach, none
practice and yet everybody is content
to hear. SeWen.
Seeley, Who Fitted Ctar of Rnssla,
Called to El Paso.
F. H. Seeley of Chicago and Phila
delphia, the noted trass expert Is
at the Sheldon hotel and will remain
in BI Paso this Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday only. Mr.
Seeley says: "The Spermatic Shield
Truss as now used and approved
by the United States Government
will not only retain any case
of rupture perfectly, affording im
mediate and complete relief, but
closes the opening in 10 days on the
average case. This instrument re
ceived the, only award in England and
in Spain, ' producing results without
surgery, harmful injections, treat
ments or prescriptions. Mr. Seeley has
documents from the United States
Government Washington, D. C. for in
spection. All charity cases without
charge, or if any interested call he will
be glad to show the truss without
charge or fit them if desired. Adv.
Worked at Typewriter in Air.
An Interesting: experiment was made
at the Pau, Northern France, aero
drome not long ago, when a typist
taken up together with his machine,
wrote his impressions in the ah at a
height of 1,500 feet
TO (THE COL.D IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BP-OMO Quinine Tablets-
PriifrKi-'t- refund money if it fails
t cu:o. i:. W GROVE'S signature is
on each box. J5c. Adv.
When the cave mai
wanted help or a wife
he strode forth, tappec
one on the head, anc
dragged he or she tc
the tribal habitat.
Civilization has placed
certain restrictions and
limitations about us
which prevent this
But it has given u&
the want ad, which
costs but a few cents,
and no physical effort
Mar Chew, Proprietor.
will open Sunday. Novembf-r 3rd. a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
Irill Entrance- through main dininsr
Is the aim of this Laun
dry, because we believe
upon system depends
A certain person to
do each special branch
of the work.
The work done cer
The Collection and
Deliveries always ON
TIME is our plan.
If yon like it try it
412-414 S. Oregea St.
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