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El Paso's Best Showing
Just Think of it! Over 1000 New
Models to Select From.
THIS is El Paso's best showing not only
from point of numbers but from variety of
style and beauty of inodel. Prominent in the
display are voguish small models many with
slightly irregular upturned brim others nar
row, straight and elongated, with the deep
"Flute that is the very newest, smartest style
feature of the 1913 Spring season.
The most favored materials are Daniel's hemp braids, Italian
and patent Milans, horsehair and Tagal. Nell rose and all
American Beauty shades are undoubtedly the season's leading
Special mention is made of a model in taupe Daniel's hemp and
plum velvet, a feather stick-up in American Beauty being the
sole triranuag. Another model that deserves special mention
is black Daniel's hemp, faced with velvet and trimmed with
green breast and wings. Still another is a white Daniel's hemp,
faced with blackelvet and trimmed with aeroplane black vel
vet bow and tiny bunches of roses and forget-me-nots.
Easter Comes Early This Year
"BLASTER is earlier ihb year than it has been for a century.
- Having this fact in mind, we make advance preparations
and are now showing as much milliners as it is customary to
show a month hence. When you, consider that we now' have
more than ONE THOUSAND Spring models to select from,
you can readily see that we are showing as much millinery as
all other El Paso concerns combined.
The Center Arcade Case Cleverly
Displays The Best of The
Season's Styles ,
ifTUj Arcane "
CHICAGO ORANGE SAMPLER
ILL FROM TASTING FRUIT
Chicago. I1L, Jan. 29. Because he
has had to "lick" so many sliced orang
es recently to determine whether the
cars of the fruit arriving- in Chicago
from California should be held because
the oranges came from frost-bitten
trroves, James McCarthy, inspector for
the health department, is ill at his
home. He does not know when he will
be able to resume his duties.
There were S3 cars of oranges re
ported to have arrived here today,
making a total of 55 cars, none of
which had been sold this afternoon.
People With Good Digestion
Do Not Have Rheu
matism. The blood Is the product of digestion.
"Whatever sort of food is digested in
the stomach is absorbed into the blood.
If the food is badly ergested this . is
also absorbed into the blood. If the
food sours in the stomach before ai
gestion or during digestion, the acids
are absorbed into the blood.
These acids in the blood produce a
condition known as rheumatism. The
acids are liable to produce microscopic
crystals. These crystals are deposited
in the ligaments and cartilages, caus
ing rheumatism of the joints. Some
times in the bones, producing periodic
pains every time a storm approaches.
Sometimes in the muscles, producing
lumbago, stiff neck, myalgia, and mus
cular rheumatism generally.
Pe-rn-nn Corrects Digestion.
The reason that Pe-ru-na relieves
such cases is easy to understand. Pe-ru-na
corrects digestion. Pe-ru-na
corrects digestion partly by hurrying it.
Pe-ru-na does not furnish any artificial
digestant, it simply assists Nature in
doing its own digesting.
In this way the products of diges
tion are more normal. The blood is
not filled with imperfectly digested
food. No acids accumulate in the
stomach while Pe-ru-na is being taken.
Thus rheumatism is prevented.
It is a great deal better to prevent
a disease than to try to cure it But
even after rheumatism has begun the
condition that caused It ought to be
removed if possible.
Good Digestion Stops Rheumatism.
The first thing to do is to secure
good digestion, then if it is necessary
specific medicines for rheumatism
may be taken. But until the digestion
is made perfect it is of little or no use
to take medicines for rheumatism. To
produce good digestion Pe-ru-na should
Pe-ru-na, Man-a-lin and La-eu-pia
manufactured by the Pe-ru-na Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug
stores No. 42.
Ask your druggist for free Peruna
Almanac for 1913. Advertisement.
feW I COMPANY
New York Cheese lb
Longhom Cheese lb
Swiss, genuine Imported, .lb
1 -turner . ...lb.
ALL OF ABOVE CHEESES
ENGINEERS ARE UNABLE TO
CLOSE GAP IN BIG LEVEE
"Washington, I. C, Jan. 29. Army en
gineers have concluded that it will be
impossible to contend with the great
Beulah crevasse in the Mississippi river
levee system near Greenville, Miss.,
until next summer. They can "tie" the
ends of the broken levee by piling and
prevent further erosion, but it is be
lieved to be impossible to close the gap
until lower water. In the meantime, it
is said. 1000 square miles of corn ana
cotton "land will be under water until
April at least.
Flood Refugees In Need of Food.
St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 28. Capt, "William
Elliott, in charge of the army supply
depot here, who went to Evansvllle,
Ind., to investigate flood conditions,
telegraphed to St. Louis that 600 per
sons at Ashbyburg, Ky., are In need of
food and clothing and that he has
bought rations for 1500 persons and 600
head of stock.
BELIEVE YOUNG STUDENT
LEAPED TO HIS DEATTI
New York, Jan. 23. Burgess Dick
inson, a young student of Mesick. whose
bodv was found at the bottom of an air
shaft, is believed to have taken a sui
cidal leap from the sixth floor because
he was discouraged on account of his
musical ambition. It is thought the
voung man was temporarily insane.
Dickinson was the 28-year-old son of
Rev. Edwin H. Dickinson, pastor of
the North Presbyterian church of Buf
falo. He was graduated from the-Tale
scientific school in 1907.
NEW YORK LAWYER KILLED
IN FALL OF 13 STORIES
New York, N. Y Jan. 29. Morris H.
Beall, a lawyer, sat on the window sill
of his office this afternoon, glanced
outside and down 18 stories to the
roof of the skyscraper boiler house be
low. A moment later he was sitting un
certainly on his narrow seat. Then he
toppled over and lay a crumpled heap
12 stories below. Police headquarters
were called and told of the tragedy.
From papers in his office It was
learned that he was a native of Omaha,
had been a member of the class of 94
at Yae. and was once managing clerk
of the law firm of Carter.' Hughes &
Dwight. of which supreme court justice
Hughes" was a member.
MEXICANS REFUSE TO tAID
IN THE CAPTURE OF VILLAREAL.
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 29. Lack of co
operation on the part of Mexican gov
ernment officials is given by sheriff
John Nelson as the reason why Calls
tro Vlllareal, alleged to have ambushed
and killed deputy sheriff Joe Meeks at
Ajo, is now at liberty just across the
line In the Altar district.
Vlllareal fled into the mountains, and
kept in rough country, on foot, all the
way so that pursuit by automobile was
impossible, and on horseback extremely
difficult. After crossing the line .n
pursuit of the fugitive, sheriff Nelson
said he was unable to get help from
the Mexican authorities or procure a
change of horses.
50c MERCHANTS' LUNCHEON 50c
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
Our regular 60c silver cake, 40c to
morrow. Purity Bnklng Co.,
112 Texas Street;
409 N. Oregon.
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
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Divorce, Desperate Remedy
But It Is Better to Be Tied to a
Dead Body Than to a
By Ella Wheeler Willcox.
DIVORCE is a desperate remedy.
Marriage should be a bond for
all time. -
Easy divorce leads to easy faultfind
ing and fteklesness.
Divorces "should be a last desperate
remedy for a despairing life. Wherever
divorces are easily obtained, morals and
"" Sometimes a woman wears her lite
out In studying meaus to please a hus
band's palate, believing his departing
!nr, -.ni mtnrn to her through the
I door of his gratified appetite.
She fails, and lives to see him pay
court to the woman who would let
him starve before cooking him a meal.
These are the dally tragedies of life go
ing on all about us. The only lesson
we can gain from them is the folly of
wasting life in an effort to arrest de
Both pulpit and press send forth
their constant protest against divorce;
decorous-minded and order-loving hu
man beings declare against the disso
lution of the marriage tie by any
means save death, but the pulpit and
the press are silent, and the same decorous-minded
individauls seem to con
sider It none of their business when a
husband and wife live together in con
tinual open warfare and bring into ex
istence children conceived In hatred and
reared in discord.
When this harnessed hatred now and
then results In murder, the pulpit cries:
"Shocking depravity!" and the conventional-minded
populace shakes its head
disapprovingly, while it shuts its eyes
to the score of, cases within Its circle
where domestic life is madgacrimlnal
farce and a breeder of possible trage
dies. "What Temper Lends To.
Not many years ago four small chil
dren, the eldest 13, witnessed the stab
bin" of their father with a potato knife
held in the hand of their goaded and
infuriated mother, almost on the eve
of her bringing a fifth child into love
The little girl who saw her mother
murder her father related In a stoical
manner how "they were always scrap
ping. Father came in and began to
scold, as he always did. Mother an
swered back, as she always did." And
then the climax came a more terrible
one than usual and the father was a
corpse and the mother a murderess.
Dozens of married people in the
higher walks of life are living together
in similar discord. They are possessed
of more education and culture, and
their language is less cearse and brutal,
but they find no pleasure In each oth
er's society, and when under the same
roof are constantly quarreling.
Their quarrels may only be expressed
in "polite" sarcasms and cold glances
and unvarying disagreements upon
every trivial question and in a stub
born lack of concessions, but their
children are nevertheless reared In an
unwholesome and poisonous atmosphere
of hatred, and the home is shadowed by
a cloud tenfold darker than the shadow
of divorce and separation could pro
duce. A Dcnd Passion.
"When any man wants his freedom,
let him go. The almshouse is prefer
able to a life with an unwilling mate.
There are charitable societies which
will assist his last unfortunate wife
until she Is able to work and support
herself and child. t ,
Any woman who tries to force a man
to live with her when he is anxious to
leave her, lacks pride. She Is justified
in trying to make him support the
children he is responsible for, but the
sooner she puts distance between her
self and the man who 'ceased to' love
her, the better for her self-respect and
Bitter as the anguish of such a sep
aration may be, to live under the same
roof with-an unwilling man would be
more bitter to any woman with the
right value of herself and the right
sense of pride.
Use every act to keep a man in love
make a careful study how to prevent
his heart or emotions from wandering
elsewhere; but, once his heart is gone
let him follow It Better be tied to
a dead body than to a dead passion.
ANTI-BLACK HAND SOCIETY
TO PROTECT ITALIANS
Pueblo. Colo.. Jan. 29. An anti-black
hand society has been formed by Ital
ian farmers residing in the Avondale
and Vineland sections near here. Let
ters demanding money under penalty
of death have, been received of late,
and about 50 of the farmers have or
ganized to protect themselves. Target
practice is held regularly and when
ever one of the members is threatened
an armed guard is placed about his
COLD "WEATHER DOES NOT
INJURE. EL PASO -TREES.
"While some of the towns in neigh
boring states will lose approximately
50 percent of the trees set out, on
account, of the recent cold spell. El
Paso will not suffer any damage In
this respect, according tp park, commis
sioner R. A. Harris.
The commissioner, with his force. Is
preparing to plant 200 different varie
ties of trees, for the purpose of ob
taining those which will thrive best
in this climate. The trees will be
planted at Washington Park.
ILLINOIS LEGISLATORS STILL
DEADLOCKED ON 73D BALLOT.
Springfield, 111., Jan. 29. After six
ineffectual ballots in the speakership
deadlock in the lower house today" vot
ing began to shift and rumors of a
break were current.
Twelve votes were cast for repre
sentative "William MoKlnley. Democrat,
of Chicago, on the 72d ballot and he
was spoken of as a possible success
ful compromise candidate. The voting
continued and after the 73d ballot rep
resentative McLain withdrew from the
GOVERNMENT "WILL NOT
BUY FAIR GROUND BUILDINGS
"Washington. D. C. Jan. 29. Repre
sentative McGuire's bill to appropriate
$2,200,000 for government buildings on
state fair grounds throughout the
country was rejected today by the
house agriculture committee. It pro
posed that the government acquire
buildings on all state fair grounds not
controlled by private interests.
Our regular 50c silver cake, 40c to
morrow. Purity Unking Co
112 Texas Street;
409 N. Oregon.
Hotel Pasc Del Norte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals served a la carte excel
Notice to Water Users Applications
for water service under the Franklin
Canal, for the Season of 1913, will be
received by the U. S. Reclamation Ser
vice. Room No. 720. Mills Building, El
Paso, Texas, on or before February
This applies only to water users di
rectly under the Franklin Canal.
Water rents are payable Cash in
Water users are required to appear
in person, at the above address to make
application, and o be prepared to give
an accurate description of their lands,
bringing deeds where possible.
Hotel Paso del Norte'
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte Is open until midnight.
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
Our regular- J'1'" silver cake, 40c to
pnjrlty Baking Co,
111- M .- frrcr.
;s N, Oregon.
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Clifton. Ariz., Jan. 29. Joe McAllis
ter, of Hurley. N. M., was a business
visitor in Clifton.
Ralph Sturges Is " spending several
days here from Globe.
E. T. Faulkner, who has been visiting
his parents in New Mexico, has re
turned. J. A. Smith has been In FJ Paso the
past week. "While In the Pass City
he bought a new delivery auto.
Walter McMillan, A. N. Terry, A. M.
AVeir, Sam Green and John Saunders
are attending superior court as jurors
D. R. Leneau, cashier of the bank
of Duncan, was a business visitor in
George Ryan, who for the past sev
eral years has represented Hibbard.
Spencer & Bartlett in Arizona and New
Mexico, has resigned his position and
has formed a partnership with C F.
Dunagan. of Hachita, N. L, and
bought an interest in a hardware busi
ness in El Paso.
S. Karman, general sales manager
of the Hungarian Rubber Goods fac
tory, Ltd., of Budapest, Hungary, has
been here, accompanied by Ted Becker.
Mrs. "Wade Hampton and children are
in Phoenix, the guests of her brother.
Mr. Berrault, who is connected with
,the state engineering department.
The patrons of the Clifton postoffice
will receive their mail on Sunday even
ings hereafter. The nfatter was made
optional with the postmaster, and as
the employes have to be on duty Sun
day afternoons on account of their
other work, Mr. Lehman decided in
favor of the distribution of the mall
at that time.
Holland Bass, deputy sheriff at-Met-alf.
was a Clifton visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Orr and baby.of
Morenci, were visiting relatives In Clif
ton this week.
STUDENTS START SHINE PARLOR
TO PAY "WAY AT PRINCETON
Princeton, N. J, Jan. 29. Bootblack
ing is the latest venture of Princeton
students for earning money to put
themselves through college. Three stu
dents have ..opened a "shine shop" in
one of the university office buildings,
and although the college boys have en
gaged foreign boys to do. the actual
shining they will manage the business
and collect and deliver the students'
footwear. One of the managers, is N.
C Culelias. who was a bootblack be
fore entering Princeton. The enter
prise has the sanction of the university
authorities, who provided the room.
ALIENS MUST BRING FAMILIES
HERE TO BECOME CITIZENS
Chicago, 111., Jan. 29. Married aliens
whose families are in their native land
must bring them to the United States
before they can become citizens, ac
cording to a ruling by federal judge
Anderson, of Indianapolis, who was sit
ting here' yesterday in place of Judge
Landls. The court made the ruling as
a general policy relative to the natural
ization of aliens. For this reason, out
of 88 applicants for citizenship. Judge
Anderson held up the applications of
LUCBuLE MARCEL, PRIMA DONNA.
"WEDS CONDUCTOR OF OPERA
New York. Jan. 29. Felix Welngart
ner. late conductor of the Royal opera
at Vienna, and Lucille Marcel, a well
known American prima donna were
married at the New York city hall to
day by an alderman. Both arrived yes
terday on the Mauretanla. He is to
assume the conductorship of the Bos
ton Opera company.
His bride is the daughter of Samuel
Wasself a Harlem druggist. For 10
years she has been studying abroad
under the name of Marcel. "Welngart
ner's former wife was the baroness
Fedora Von Dreyfus, who divorced him.
MOROS WOUND CAVALRYMEN.
Washington. D. C-, Jan. 29. Maj. Gen.
Franklin Bell, commanding the Phil
ippine division reports today that in
the engagement in which 40 or 50 Mo
ros were killed that the following,
were severely wounded: Privates Roy
Keller, Robert A. Tracy and Sylvester
J. Young, all of troop E, Eighth cav
alry. FIND BODIES IN SNOW.
Grand Lake, Colo., Jan. 29. The
bodies of Andrew Kusher and Henry
Johnson were found 20 miles from
Grand Lake, where their cabins were"
destroyed by a snow slide last Friday.
They were buried under 20 feet of
RUINS ART TREASURES.
Moscow, Russia, Jan. 29. An Insance
painter named Balasheff today entered
the Trekaitoff art gallery and ruined
several pictures. Balesheff, who is
wealthy, has been placed under obser
vation. TRASH IN ALLEY CATCHES FIRE.
A still alarm was turned in at 10
oclock Tuesday night for a trash fire
in the alley in the 1000 block on North
Florence street The Mesa fire com
pany responded. There was no dam
age. HELD ON WHITE SLAVE CHARGE.
Ricardo Garcia was arrested Wednes
day on the charge of bringing a woman
into the country from Mexico for im
moral purposes, in violation of the white
BUYS ARIZONA RANCH,
rreecott, Ariz Jan. 29. For $20,000
Charles H. Hooker has purchased the in
terest of his partner, Georgo C. Ruffndr,
in the well known Horseshoe stoek
ranch. This ranch is in an isolated loca
tion on the lower Agua Fria.
W. H. Parnell, district passenger
acent of he Southern railway, with
hi a lqu rtrrs at Houston Tevas. and V
1' ( t-'rrl,r jits5' iff' ao " t
rf t' , JT K & T wit ft iTiar s
at t ,-- , t. xis, are in the city
on bigness trips.
NEW FIRE AUTO TRUCK
IS GIVEN OFFICIAL TEST
A test of the new fire auto truck, pur
chased bv the city, was held Wednesday
afternoon at 2 oclock at the corner of
West Boulevard and West Rio Grande.
In addition to fire chief W. W. Arm
strong and members of the Central fire
company, mayor C. E. Kelly and alder
men W. S. Clayton and James I. Hewitt
attended the test. G. ilosher, agent or
the manufacturing company, from whidi
the truck was purchased, supervised the
testing of the machine.
PLANS FOR MME. lABODIE
TO APPEAR IN EL PASO
Francis Labodie, directing the world"
tour of Mme. Harriet Labodie, the reader,
is at the Paso del Norte. He came here
from Phoenix to arrange for an engage
ment in El Paso, under the auspices of
ithe Woman's club. Accompanying him
are Miss Anna B. Roberst, his assistant,
and Miss E. Maud Adams, secretary.
Mme. Labodie is now in Phoenix.
FOUR MEXICANS CHARGED
WITH ILLEGAL LIQUOR SELLING
Upon complaint filed in the United
States commissioner's court in El Paso,
four Mexicans were arrested Tuesday at
Marfa, Tex., charged with selling liquors
without the payment of the special taxes
required bv the internal revenue depart
ment. The men arrested are said to be
"Red" Bone, Francisco Galindo. Francisco
Perez and Juan Contrexas. They win
be tried before the Marfa commissioner.
CAR COLLIDES WITH DAIRY
WAGON; HORSE'S LEG BROKEN
At 1:15 oclock Wednesday afternoon
a Second ward car struck a team at
tached tp a wagon of the El Paso Diary
company, at the eorner of Third and
Florence streets. One of the horses sus
tained a broken leg. A mounted police
man was sent o the scene to shoot the
WEAR AVH1TE CARNATIONS
IX 3IE3IORY OF UIcKIXLET
Washington, D. C. Jan. 29. Today is
"JIcKinley day" when in Washington
and in many of the states, carnations
are worn in honor of the former presi
dent. The carnation was president
HcKinley's favorite flower, and since
his death it has been worn each year
as a tribute to his memory.
POLICE CHIEF HAS ASSISTANT.
Police chief L N. Davis Wednesday
morning phoned the police station that
fee tendered his resignation in favor of
I. N. jr., who arrived shortly before
noon Wednesdays Both mother and son,
it was reported, were doing well. The
chief Is spending the day at his home,
1223 Olive street.
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HAVE YOUR LAUNDRY
s Flat Work you are
to us, such as Sheets,
Pillow Cases. Towels. Table
Linen, etc you'll be agreeably
surprised upon their return to find
how sweet and clean they smell
how nicely each piece is ironed.
Get the wash ready and
phone us today.
Sanitary and Fireproof.
412-414 S. Oregon St.
SAYS FEDERAL COURTS HAVE
INVADED STATE COURT D03IAIN
Chicago, 111.. Jan. 29. "Indecent in
vasion of the domain of the state courts
by the federal courts ha3 put a club
into the hands of the people who are
assailing the judiciary of the country
United States district judge Landis
delivered himself of this opinion from
the bench today in refusing to enter
tain a petition for a writ of habeas
corpus in which the municipal court is
attacked as an institution without
existence in law.
"I will not lend myself to pass upon
the validity of an enactment of the
legislature of Illinois when none of the
state courts have been resorted to for
relief," said judge Landls. 'There
isn't anything more unseemly than a
mere United States Judge presuming
to annul the act of a state legislature.
LION MEASURING 10 FEET
IS KILLED IN ARIZONA
-Pres'ott, Ariz Jan. 29. The biggest
mountain lion ever seen in Yavapsr
eounty was killed by George E. Ains
worth, a stockman, in the Walnut creek
section. Ainsworth came upon the ani
mal while it was devouring a calf. The
first shot wounded it and it re
treated through the deep snow. A few
minutes later Ainsworth came 'upon it
again and wounded it mortally. The big
cat measured 10- feet two inches from
tip to tip and weighed 245 pounds.
COMMISSION ISSUES FORMAL
ORDER FOR TELEGRAPH PROBE.
Washington, IL C, Jan. 29. The in
terstate commerce commission today
issued the formal order1 for the Inquiry
into the affairs of the American Tele
phone & Telegraph company. The in
vestigation recently was transferred to
the commission from the department of
The commission has not yet set dates
or places for the hearing.
JENNIE UAVI3 ARRESTED.
Jennie Davis, who resides in the re
stricted district, wife of M. Morris, who
-was first fined $200 on a eharge of
vagrancy in. the corporation court, and
after an appeal to the countv court, ac
quitted on the charge, was arrested by
the police Tuesday anight on a charge of
vagrancy. Her bond was placed it $400.
which she furnished. The trial of the
case has been set down for 4:30 oclock
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Medal and Diploma for Superiority
over all competitors at the great
World's 'Fair and at all fairs and
expositions wlierever exhibited.
DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING
POWDER is the' one great bak
ing powder, for over half a century
known and celebrated for its pur
ity, strength, and keeping quality.
Its use assures the food, against
alum and all forms of unwhole
some adulterations that go with
imitation, low. grade brands.
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COURT RULES THAT KALSE
STATEMENT IS A 'LIE"
New York, X. Y., Jan. 29. Federal
judge Mack ruled in favor of the shorter
and uglier word today. Counsel for the
government in the cross-examination
o( A. L. Wlsner, on trial, with John
Myers, for the alleged misuse of the
mails in promoting stocks, forced the
witness to admit he had made mis
statements to the postoffice department
concerning his enterprises. This the
prosecutor characteriaes as lies. Coun
sel for the defence thereupon maae
stout objection. Here the court Inter
rupted. "The witness has admitted," said
judge Mack, "that he made these state
ments knowing them to be false and
they were, therefore, if I understand
the English language, lies. The prose
cutor may use the word lies' as to such
SUFFRAGBTS THREATEN TO
START HUNGER STRIKE.
London. Ebs. Jan. 2S. "General"
i Mrs. Drummond and 39 other militant
suffr&gets will spend the next 14 days
in jail as the result of their de
termination to force David Lloyd
George, chancelor of the exchequer, to
receive them in the house, of commons
All the prisoners declared after they
'were sentenced today that they would
start a "hunger strike."
Mrs. Drummond complained that
the police handled her roughly when
she was arrested. She declared a
patrolman had thrown her in the mud.
"It is now war to the knife." she
told the "magistrate.
GOKTHAI.S PROMISES TO SEND
SHIP THROUGH CANAL THIS YEAR
New York, Jan. 39. An ocean-going
ship will pass from one ocean to an
other through the Panama canal before
the end of the year 1911. - This was
the promise that CoL Geo. W- Goethals,
chief engineer of the Panama canal,
made at a dinner in his honor, given
by the Lehigh University dab.
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