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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, January 16, 1913
WATER USERS' SEMI
ANNUAL DAM TRIP
Ijh Crucen Association Will Inspect
Work at 111k rroject Baptist Pastor
Return from Atlanta.
I ,, CAMSHERS CALISHERS CALISHER'S , i
Friday Xtra Specials
gathered haphazard for
thrifty shoppers who ap
preciate unusual values!
(On the Main Floor)
25c and 35c White Nov
36 in. Shirtings and Waistings, in
satin stripe inadrae, silk stripe
crepe madrae, Swiss madras and
soisette eftects, worth to 35c
Great White Pair Special, 1 g
$1.00 White French
44 in. All Wool French Serge, a
strong fabric of rich appearance
and even texture, soft finish,
worth $1-W. Great White Q
Fair Special, yard D 7 C
$2.00 White Storm
Beautiful White Serge, 56 inches
wide, all wool, medium weight and
soft -finish, worth regularly $2.00.
Great White Fair d - fQ
Special", yard PJL0
15c Checked Dimities
36 inch White Checked Dimities in
large or small checks, an extra f ino
grade, soft finish, worth 15c
Great White Fair Special, ff
yard .- 1S-7C,
$1.00 Embroideries 25c
27 in. and 17 inch flouneings, wide
Lands, edgings and insertings in
beautiful and dainty designs on
Swiss and fine cambric, worth in a
regular way up to $1.00. Great
White Fair Special OP-
$1.95 Embroideries 48c
Beautiful Skirtings and Floune
ings in exquisite designs on fine,
sheer materials, in open work and
Irish patterns, worth regularly to
$1.95. Great White Fair AQ
Special, yard TfO C
The two items mentioned above
do not by any means tell the
story of the wonderful values
in beautiful, crisp, snowy white
embroideries that await you
here for nowhere (and we say
this advisedly) are there such
vast , assortments, such beauti
ful patterns on fine materials
at such wonderfully low prices,
as are here and not only in
the cheaper grades, but the
nest exquisite French and
wias embroidered dress pat
terns are also shown in won
derful variety at prices much
under those usually asked
Wise Women Come to "Calish
erV for Values!
Married Life the Third Year
Helen Attends a Recital, but Finds
That She Alone Is In
By Mabel Herbert tJrnci
WHEN Helen nuns up the tele
phone receiver, she hurried
straight to the clothes closet
in her room, and hastily unpinned the
Ebeet that covered her Dest gowns.
Taking from its hanger a pale blue
temng gown, she spread it out on
the bed. Against the white counter
pane it looked even more soiled than
she had feared. Oh, why had she put
of! having it cleaned? She should have
tnown that something unexpected
would come up, and she would have
nothing to wear.
Maggie," she called suddenly, as she
heard her sweeping in the hall, "come
here a moment."
Maggie came to the door, a dust cloth
in her hand.
"Come look at this," demanded Helen.
' Do you think it's too soiled for roe to
wear tonight? Yes, I know it's dread
ful around the bottom," as Maggie
stooped over and turned up the skirt,
'but that won't show so much. Do you
think the waist looks too soiled?'
"Yes, miss," with blunt honesty. "I
MAKE IT AT HOME
You get fifteen perfect sham
poos for fifty cents. Just dissolve
a teaspoonful of Canthrox in a
nip of hot water and your delight
ful, exhilarating shampoo is
ready. Healthy hair grows from
a healthy scalp. Healthy, pliant
scalps follow the use of Canthrox
It makes hair and scalp sweet,
clean and wholesome with its pen
etrating lather, which removes
every atom of dust, excess oil and
It makes the head feel good
and leaves the hair soft, thick,
fluffy and easy to do up. J
H. S. Peterson & Co., Chicago
It ' Worth from $10.00 to $25.00 All &
if , the broken lines and odd sizes B t J
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I Yk oncA Great "NT"4 (E fi( fff II a
I vSsta Fair Special at wO.UU J fl If J
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Mme. Scossa's Free Demonstration!
One of the main features during the Great White Fair, and one which El
Paso's women folk should not fail to take advantage of
Madame Scossa -is giving free demonstrations of the merits of her own
preparations (which, by the way, are guaranteed under the Pure Food and
Drugs Act, and are perfectly harmless).
Non-Wrinkle, Magic Filling Cream; Creme Bianca, Massage Cream;
Velvo Astringent for large pores, and Paris Kouge.
Be sure to visit Mme. Scossa and learn the secrets of correct massage
free of charge! (Mezzanine Floor)
Friday for Remnants in White Goods, Linens, Etc.
We have prepared and gathered a great counter full of desirable Rem
nants in white goods and linens, the overflow resultant from the rapid
selling of the first days of this Great
about Half the Regular Prices!
think that looks right soiled. Ain't
you got nothin' else you can wear?
"No, since I ripped up that lavender
silk, this is my only evening gown. And
Mr. Curtis just phoned it's to be a dress
It served her right, Helen told her
self fiercely, for not always having at
least one dress ready for any emerg
ency. If it 'was anything else, she
could make some excuse not to go, but
this was the recital of ilr. Courtney's
daughter, who had just returned from
Europe and was making her first pro
"Warren had just telephoned. "It's
a nuisance, of course, but we'll have to
go," he grumbled. "Courtney's been
pretty decent to me in a number of
ways, and I don't 'want to offend him.
I suppose we'll have to dress it's sure
to be a dress affair."
And then he had rung off before
Helen had time to protest that she did
not have "a thing to wear."
I For fully hall an hour Helen an
guished over the soiled blue gown, try
ing to think of something she could do
that 'would make it presentable.
Helen Gettt Busy.
The chiffon would wash beautifully
would she have time to get it all on
A moment later she had drawn a
low chair by the bed and with des-r
perate -haste began ripping off the
"Maggie," she called, "get out that
clothes rack and put on a couple of
irons. I'm going to wash this out
and press it while It's damp."
It was 3 oclock when she 'began.
By 4 the chiffon, looking like new,
was ready to put back. But to get it
back right would mean fully a day's
work, and she had only until S:30.
It was Mrs. Dawson, and Helen par
ticularly wanted to see her, yet she
dared not take a moment from her
work. A little later Carrie, Warren's
sister, called, and she was told that
Mrs. Curtis was "out."
At 6 Warren came, but Helen, for
once, did not run to meet him.
"What's all this?" he demanded, ap
pearing at the door of her room.
"Oh, dear. I've got to finish this!
It's the only thing I had to wear, and
it was perfectly filthy! I washed all
this chiffon and I'm trying to get it
"Huh, why don't you keep your
clothes In order? You're always hav
ing to make over a dress every time
we go anywhere."
But Helen, sewing like mad, did not
have time to be Indignant.
"Dear, I can't stop for dinner," she
called out later. "You won't mind
having it alone, will you? I couldn't
eat anything anyway."
"Now you put that down and come
eat your dinner!" ordered Warren,
ull not stand for any such foolish
ness." Helen went to the table, gulped
down a plate of soup, then begged off
and hurried back.
At a quarter of eight, she was put
ting in the final hasty stitches. But
when she got Into the gown she found
to her dismay that the overskirt did
nf,,set ,riSht. She had stretched the
chKfon in sewing it on.
Ready ?' called out Warren. Tm
going to order the taxi now"
m Jindir' rbut, do come and see If
this will do! Look how it draws here,"
anxiously smoothing it over her hip.
Toes it show very much?'
"Oh, your dress's all right. Nobody's
soln&ml noMc,e,.u anyway. Hurry up
now. The cab'U be here In a moment"
Ten minutes later they were whirl
ing down the avenue. Helen, who had
rushed off half ready, was adjusting
her hair and the scarf over her head
by the narrow mirror Inside the cab
"By Jove," growled Warren, "I'd like
just once to see you trot ash i,
fore we started out" I
As they passed the box office they
found the doors were closed, but they
could hear faintly the sound of a
piano and a high soprano voi -Jl
"White Fair and marked them at J
dently they were not allowed to enter
during one of the numbers for a dozen
or more people were waiting.
But in that waiting group there was
not one woman In evening dress! The
dark browns and blues of their street
suits and hats contrasted strangely
with Helen's scarf-covered head and
white evening wrap. x
Filled with misgivings, Helen looked
questioningly at Warren. But he was
tapping his cane impatiently and
frowning at a poster of a youthful vio
linist on the wall.
The number seemed endless, but at
last the voice thrilled triumphantly on
a final high note and there was a sound
of applause. Then the doors were
opened and they passed through.
In one sweeping glance Helen took
In the whole place with Its small "drab
colored" audience. Not even a seml
evening dress was there.
Helen swept down the -aisle and into
their seats, wretchedly conscious of the
startling conspicuousness of her gown
and her bare neck and shoulders.
"Oh, why did you say it was a dress
affair?" she whispered under cover of
the half-hearted applause that greeted
Miss Courtney's reappearance on the
stage. "Why didn't you find out? Oh,
I worked myself almost sick over this
dress, and I'm afraid rve ruined It!
And Mrs. Dawson called and Carrie
called and I couldn't see either of
them! And we had to come in a. taxi
and we'll have to go back In one, for
I've got on these white slippers. Oh.
Warren, why didn't you"
"For heaven's sake ,cut it!" he
growled. "Cut it, I tell you!" '
Helen subsided, bt she was angry
and resentful, all through.
Why should a person like that have
recitals? And why should their friends
feel forced to attend them?
As she thought of the work and in
convenience she had been put to, her
aversion for the young woman grew
to an intense and violent dislike. For
once Helen's voice was almost "Warren-like."
yVGED COLOKADO MAX KILLS
u.il.'va ; Miiu;: i.us r.i'is
Pueblo. Colo.. Jan. 16. Lysander I.
Johnson shot and instantly killed Mrs.
Maude Murray, and then killed himself,
here at 31 oclock this morning. John
son, until recently a member of the po
lice force, w;as Interested with Mrs.
Murray in the ownership of a restau
rant on North Union avenue. They
quarreled over the ownership of the
Johnson was 70 years old and a vet
eran of the Civil war. Mrs. Murray was
38 years of age and a widow for 13
EXJOIJfED FR03I REDUC
ING TAX VALUES
Denver, Colo., Jan. 16. Suit to re
strain assessor Clair J. Pitcher from
extending his proposed 10 percent re
duction In the assessed valuation of
property in the city and county of
Denver was filed In the state supreme
court today by the state tax commis
sion. The court set next Wednesday
for hearing the case. I
THREE ARE INDICTED.
The grand jury has returned indict-
ments against the following: Will J
watkins, assault with intent to mur
der; G. Ross, burglary; Sirle Gonzales,
Notice to Theatergoers.
"The City" will play at the El Paso
theater for two days only, Friday and
Saturday, with Saturday matinee. This
Is Clyde Fitch s last and greatest play
and manager Fogg guarantees a fine .
cast and production, and the prices he j
has secured are most reasonable: Night, I
entire lower floor, $1.50; balcony, S1.00
and 75c; matinee. 51-00 lower floor, and
i-iAnn.. 7C. rA A ... . A
Xre Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Friday Xtra Specials
Values that will make a
record for Friday Sell
ing! (In the Basement Store)
15c Dimities and Long
A Basement Bargain-r-a great
booth full of fine, sheer snowy
white dimities and longcloths.
worth to 15c. Great White Q
Fair Special, yard C
10c and 121-2c Outing
Not a white bargain but a big
bargain, nevertheless 36 in. wide,
in stripe patterns of colors to
please Great White Fair J
Special, yard DC
10c to 15c Longcloth,
One of those bargains that shrewd
women watch for short lengths
to 5 yards worth 10c to 15c
Great White Fair Special,
15c and 18c Ratine Suit
Another higvalue 36 in. striped
ratine, percale and madras, in
white and novelty designs worth
15c and 18c Great White -J t
Fair Special, yard A V C
Palma and Defender
Sheets at Greatly Re
A special gathering of mussed and
and slightly soiled sheets, in sizes
and grades to suit everyone, will
be placed on sale Friday at prices
Tory much under the regular value
Basement Store Towel
Mill seconds, odd towels and
slightly soiled towels at about 1-2
Towels worth to 18c at.. .... 9c
Towels worth to 35c at ..18c
Towels worth to 75c at 37c
Towels worth to 26c at 121 -2c
Towels'worth to 40c at 22c
Towels worth to 90c at 48c
The furious selling of the first
days of this great sale have by
no means depleted these im
mense stocks for we prepared
for just such selling, and to-
I morrow you will find just as
large assortments and as great
values as those which created
such a sensation here Wednes
day This limited space would
not permit of a description of
the many big values that await
you here but come prepared
to find the greatest bargains
you've ever seen!
Fat Is Fatal To Beauty
Don't Eat Too Much and Keep Thin,
Is the Advice of French
Beanty to Women,
Jjy uaoy uesiys-
ALMOST every woman I meet asks
me how I keep my figure. Good
. ness knows, I hope It Is not y3t
a question of keeping it that always
suggests a deadly conflict with fat and
old age. So far. I haven't worried
much about it. and I have no chance
to get fat, working winter and summer
as I do.
But when I see women and young
girls of the leisure class over here in
America who have no work of any
kind and whose sole occupation seems
to be going from one eating place -o
another, I am not surprised that girls
of SO begin to think about the prob
lem of keeping their figures.
HaTe you ever thought that It Is an
easy thing to get Into the habit of
overeating? If you want to be beau
tiful. If you want to keep your figure
young and slim, give up that kind of
society. Avoid the people who eat
too much, for you will surely be in
duced to overeat with them, just as a
man who frequents the society of men
who drink a good deal eventually
drinks with them, just to be a "good
The afternoon tea habit Is the foe
of the slim woman, for the 5 o'clock
is getting to be a regular meal, and
the appetite has to be stimulated with
L cinds appetizers for dinner,
wn.ch becomes an unnecessary meal o
the woman who has been eating stead
ily since luncheon.
Useless Advice to French.
The other day I saw in a newspaper
SSi f ,c,e,rsyman I think it was In
Philadelphia warned wives not to git
too fat if they would keep their hus
bands affections. A commandment
like this always makes a French wom
an laugh. Fancy having to be told
by a clergyman not to get fat! While,
of course, there are many French wom
en or large proportions, they generally
don t left go of their figures until thoy
have a firm grip on the affections of
husband and family, and probably on
the family pocketbook besides.
As a rule French women aren't as
?Uful na,tura"y as the Americans.
"" they make more of themselves
The French woman, no matter in
hm,t Z&iX ot te- is selJm found
about In the early morning with her
hair in disorder. The janitress ot a
very modest lodging will arrange her
hair every morning as perfectly as f
she were go ng to a ball. So will the
little shopgirl, who seldom wears a
i?i? e3epi in winter- and whose sleek
little head, with its pretty coiffure
makes one of the attractions of the
hour's StreetS dBrins the noonday
wThtf? me ?J?rt (JS van"y. if It is van
Kj, keeps the French woman from
growing fat. Between you and m?
there Is but one way to keep thin and
that is to eat enough to live on ani
noJ?.or?' nd to ercise regularlv
t5,fJ8 VUL9, wh.lch costs "o monev
to obey and which is so wise and sim
ple that it Is generally overlooked
TROIIE TELEPHONE COMBINE.
San Francisco. Cal., Jan. 16 The
government is taking an interest in the
$1 ltl the Paclf,c Tlephone and
Telegraph company to acquire the
Northwestern Long Distance Tele
phone company of Oregon and Wash
ington under fbrced proceedings recent
ly commenced in Portland. The gov
ernment is seeking to ascertain -whether
thirc is cwdeme of restraint of
trade ia these combinations.
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:30
oclock every afternoon, except Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office (the Postoffice News
stand) at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessauer Bros., at
Las Cruces, for delivery of.The Her
ald. Mall subscribers In the Mesllla
valley can get The Herald from the
postoffice box Immediately after the
auto arrives. Items for the .Las
Cruceo department will be given
careful attention if mailed to Mrs.
Herbert Yeo, P. O Box 402 br tele
phoned to her at Phone 273. '
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 16. Arrange
ments are being made for the Elephant
Butte Water, Users" association of this
place to make the semi-annual visit
to Kler-hant Butte next week. These
visits serve the purpose of keeping
the association In touch with the prog
ress being made on the great Elephant
-r., j.m a lsirrro -number. It 13 ex
pected, will take advantage of this j
opportunity Oi seeiUK w &-". ",
which is being done by the reclama
Mrs. R. L Faulkner, who has been
quite sick at her home on Miranda
avenue, is now able to be around in
thp home. Mr. Faulkner is yet de
tained in Albuquerque as a juror in
the United States court.
Rev. H. T. Vermillion, pastor of the
Baptist church at this place, has re
turned home from Atlanta. Go., where
Be attended me convenuuu ui me
Southern Eaptlit church. The Georgia
climate did not agree with his health,
as he was not well during most of his
stay in that state. He says the weath
er there was damp and rainy. Rev.
Mr Vermillion will occupy his pulpit
next Sunday morning. There has been
no church service in this church for
the past two Sundays during the pas
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Davis arrived
here from Denver, Colo., yesterday
morning and think of locating here.
Ensineer Van L White is able to
be on the street again after a brief
The social club met yesterday after
neon at the home of Mrs. H. D. Bow
man, near Mesllla Park. Forty-two
cccupled the, attention of four tables.
A number of the members were un
able to be present on account of ill
ness. Mrs. Oscar Lohman entertained the
Five Hundred club.
The "Little Bridge club" was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Morgan
Llewellyn. The next meeting will be
held at the home of Mrs. R. L. Faulk
ner, on Miranda avenue, Saturday.
January 25, when Miss Jessie Laurence
will be hostess.
Mrs. Theodore Houault will enter
tain the Bridge club at her home on
Las Cruces avenue next Tuesday after
noon. David Shevan, assistant postmaster,
who has been critically ill at his home
en Miranda avenue, is much improved.
Lytton R. Taylor is again able to
be In his office, after being confined
to his home on Brownlee avenue on
account of an attack of grip.
A pleasant "Little Bo-Peep" party
was given in honor of Miss Adele Beck
with's eighth birthday anniversary at
the Peterson place. The following
were present: Lois Cornell. Catherine
Holt, Marion Faulkner, Hartley and
Louie Clay, Robert and Harry Porter
and Frank Parker, Jr. Refreshments
were served. The birthday cake, bear
ing eight candles, occupied the center
of the table. Miss Adele received nu
merous pretty and useful presents.
Numerous games occupied the atten
tion of the guests during the after
noon. The church service in the Presbyter
ian church next Sunday morning will
be especially for young people. Miss
Fern Reeves will have charge of the
musical part of the program.
At the union prayer meeting held In
the M. E. church last night, W. B.
Nance, a returned missionary froin
China, delivered an address.
Miss Eckerland, who has been quite
sick at her home on Miranda avenue,
Is recovering slowly.
PRECINCT OFFICERS CHOSEN
IN ELECTION AT LA MESA.
La Mess, N. M., Jan. 16. The election
for justice of peace and constable for
section No. 8, was held In the publls
school 'house. Fred Applesolla was
elected justice of the peace by a ma
jority of 28. Yesedro Valenclo was
elected constable by a majority of 38.
Mrs. Will McNary entertained the
Aid society of the M. -E. church at her
home in Chamberino.
Mrs. G. D. Williamson, of El Paso.
Is spending the week with her son,
R. C. Reeder has returned from a
week's visit to Bridgeport, Tex., and
will remain here for several weeks.
' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stettman have moved
to their new home in Las Cruces.
W. C. Mead Is spending a few days In
EI Paso with friends.
Mrs. E. H. Williams and son leave
today for Txs Angeles, Cal.
Mrs. A. P. Williams has cone to El
Paso, where she will visit friends for
Mrs. Dickerson, from St. Louis, Mo., !
JAPS CONVICTED OF MURDER.
Junau. Alaska, Jan. 16. O. Itow was
found guilty of rirst degree murder and
E. Fushima was convicted of man
slaughter by a jury in the United States
district court for killing Frank Dunn,
a cannery foreman, at xmndas Bay, last
July. Fushima and another Japanese
held Dunn wile Itow ran a sword
through the body.
Starting Tomorrow Night.
"The City" will play two nights, with
a Saturday matinee, at the El Paso. Do
not fail to see this play, as It is a guar
anteed attraction at reasonable prices.
Seats are now on sale at Ryan's. Adv.
SHIP STRIKES ARliCIvAGC
San Francisco. Cal., Jan. 16. Further
cable messages from Huva. Fiji islands,
to the chamber of commerce, report to
day that the Oceanic liner Sonoma
broke her starboard tail shaft In a col
lision with submerged wreckage. The
vessel is making good progress under
her port engine.
-THE CITY" CHANGES DATES.
"The City," Clyde Fitch's famous
play, will appear here Friday evening
and Saturday afternoon and evening
only, instead of Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. This announcement was made
by manager Howard Fogg Thursday.
Prominent Doctor's Det Prescrip
tion Easily Mixed at Home.
"From your druggist get one ounce
r Tni-iK romnound (In original scale!
package) and one ounce of syrup of i
Sarsapariiia cumpuuuu. xuive mese
two ingredients home and put them
into a half pint o good whiskey
Shake the bottle and take a table
spoonful before each meal and at bed
time." This is said to be the quickest
and best remedy known to the medical
profession for rheumatism and back
ache. Good results come after the first
dose. If your druggist does not have
Torls compound in stock he will pet
it for vou in a few hours from his
wholesale house. Don't be influenctd
to take a patent medicine instead of
this Insist on having the genuine
Tons compound in the original one
oujcp sealed, yellow package Hun
dreds of the worst cases were cur. 1
ht re bj this prescription last wint-r .
Published by the Globe Pharmaceutical I
Laboratories of Chicago. Adv. 1
8 Miles from Post Office. 52 acres all
in cultivation. 30 acres in fruit trees,
balance in vineyard, alfalfa, etc. Fine
house and outbuildings. Located on the
new car line. Will take some City prop
erty in exchange as part payment.
Wa F. Payne
Angelus Hotel Bldg. Phone 1 250.
CUT ANY SIZE FOR FIRE PLACES AND
ALSO COAL, WOOD AND KINDLING.
RESTORE YOUR GR
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Why be prematurely grey and grow
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By' all means don't let your hair be
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SNYDEE, BOSS AND
PITMAN STILL HELD
Preliminary Hearing AV111 End Friday
Three 3Ien Expected to Be Held
Unless there are new developments,
it is Intimated that L E. Ross, C. P.
Pitman and V. L. Snder. who have
been before justice of the peace E. B.
McCHntock on a preliminary hearing
on a charge of robbery with the use of
firearms, in connection with the hold
up at the McCoy hotel, will be held
to the grand jury without baiL This is
at present the Indication, but new tes
timony might make a change. Justice
E. B. JlcClintock is withholding his
decision on the question of bail until
nine oclock Friday mornng, when the
examining trial will b concluded.
Thursday morning R. F. Atkinson,
the star witness for the state, who in
formed the police that the robbery w
to take place, and who testified that he
participated in it, signed the tran
script of his testimony preoared by the
stenographer. It consisted of 33 type
written pages. Other witnesses who
testified will appear Friday morning
to sign and swear to the testimony.
S. Seay was the only witness placed
on the stand Thursday morning. He
identified a diamond ring as his prop
and Return ......
IW OIL8URNINO ll'lj
i I lOCOMOTJVUI )
Tickets on sale Jan. 26th to Feb. 2nd.
Limit Feb. I4th.'
With extension privilege to Mar. 3rd.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE
10:00 A.M. 8:30P.M.
TRAIN DE LUXE Thursdays at 9:30 A. M.
Up-To-Dale Equipment on all trains.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 206 N. Oregon.
W. C. McConnick. G. A. J. E. Monroe CP&TA.
COLON, PANAMA and return $95.00.
35 and 36.
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erty, which he stated had been taken
from him in the holdup.
The police say the ring was taken
from Ross's person by them, after his
ROBBED OF WATCH
IN THE POSTOFFICE
Even the El Paso postoffice is at
present .an unsafe place to loiter if
you happen to be possessed of valu
ables. G. W. Crntcher. a local real es
tate man, former mayor of Dallas. W33
relieved of his watch in the corridor
of the federal building .Wednesday a
ternoon between 4:50 and 4:55, as he
stood at one of the windows reading
a paper. Mr. Crutcher ha4 just receied
a copy of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat
containing an article on election
practices, written by his brother, Frank
M. Crutcher. of tbat city, and, whua
reading it, had bis watch stolen.
He looked at his watch as he walked
to the window with the paper and saw
that it was 4:40. He had an engagement
at 5, so. after reading the item in tha
paper, he reached again for the watch
and it had disappeared. It had been
taken within the three or four min
utes that he was standing there
A coincidence was that the watih
was irnen to Mr. Crutcher for Christ
mas 15 ears ago by the brother whose
article he was reading in the paper at
the time he lost it.