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You Will Save Money
By doing your trading at Hannah's C. O. D. Market.
We handle nothing but the best
per lb. lfc and
RECRUITS WILL BE
SENT TO PRESIDIO
Snr Arrival nt Fort BHas Are As
signed Duty WHi Troop F No
Onannl AeUwttj- at the Pest.
"Willie Washington is preparing lor
intervention In Mexico and transports
are being placed in readiness there is
no unusual activity at Fort Bliss. No
extra stores hare been ordered, accord
ing to reports of the men 1b charge.
No forage ether than that required
under present conditions is being re
ceived and there is not even a feeling
among the men that tbey will be
(ailed upon to go into Mexico any
Leaves of absence are still granted
officers while the enlisted men are not
being denied the usual furloughs.
Reenrits Seat to Presriaie.
"Last Sunday 150 recruits arrived
from Jefferson barracks. Mo., and were
assigned to duty -with the Second cav
alry which now gives that regiment a
full strength for times of peace. Prep
arations hare been made to send 45 of
these recruits to Presidio, Texas, in
Brewster county where they have bean
assigned to duty with troop F of the
Capt J. R. Haney, of the SSd infan
try, has been granted one month's leave
Lieut. Ben W. FeBd did ot go to
Missoula, MtmU with the ISth infantry
but has been transferred to the 32d in
fantry and has been assigned to doty
with company M.
Sergeant Charles Barrett, of the Sig
naJ corps, has arrived from VaWes,
Alaska, and is now on duty with com
pany I at Fort Bliss.
Sergt Maj. Wm. Klrby. of the Sec
ond cavalry, has returned from a three
months' leave of absence. During that
time he visited several eastern cities
and spent some time at his home in
.New Haven, Conn.
Corporals Daniel Werlein and Henry
G. Stein, of troop C, have been pro
Lieut. I. P. Swift has been assigned
to duty with troop T at Presidio,
LITTLE SHOKS ARE SfflDHD
FOR CHARITY HOMB CHIIDRBS.
Little shoes with the toes kicked and
worn are wanted at the charity house.
There are children proteges of the
Woman's Charity who have no shoes.
Some have never owned a pair of shoes
since they came into the world. The
Charity house matron has made an
appeal for shoes of all sixes for the
little folks down there In the big white
haven for the helpless children of the
There is a woman under the care
of the Charity who has nothing but a
damp, dirt floor upon which to lie. A
mattress for her would aid her to get
well. These things can be sent to the
Charity house or phone IMS. Charity
BISBKE GIVES THRKB
BASUBTS TO MASONS.
BIsbee, Ariz., Feb. 1. Three ban
quets in honor f the visiting Masons,
have been held. There are now about
50-i Masons in the city, some coming
from, points as far distant as Tampa,
Fla., and California, and the hotels are
John Schnlez, who was arrested here
last week on a charge of grand lar
ceny at Gallup. N. M. was freed from
custody at Tompstone on habeas cor
Chrenie Stomach Trouble Cured.
There is nothing more discouraging
than a chronic disorder of the stomach.
Is it not surprising that many suffer
for years with such an ailment when
a permanent cure is within their reach
and may be had for a trifle? "About
one year ago," says P. H. Buck, of
"Wakelee, Mich.. T bought a package
of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since
usinsr them I have felt perfectly well.
I had previously used any number of
different medicines, 'but none of them
were of any testing benefit.' For sale
by all dealers. Advertisement.
Patrolman C F. Leary. who has been
spending some time at Hot Springs,
Ark., is expected to report for duty
i - - OH!"
Try "GETS-lT," the Pafaale New-Plan
Corn Cure. See Yeur Coras
TTtmbA In a Hurry.
"Whew! hurts way up to ray heart.
I've tried almost everything for corns!"
Corn-sufferers, cornless joy is at
hand! "OBTS-rr is the only real en
emy and corn ever had. Put "GETS
IT" on in 2 second, and away they go.
This Will Never Happen, If Ton Use
shrivel, vanish. No more ootton-rlnjrs
to make the corn sharper and more
bulgv no more bandages to stop cir
culation and stick to the stocking, no
more salves to turn the flesh raw and
make the corn "pull," no more knives
or razors with danger of bleeding and
GETS-IT" is painless, stops pain,
,.id is absolutely harmless to healthy
'1 h Warts and bunions disappear,
i-,r.''--lT qiw.-. immediate relief
.' ' T s . ai druggists' at -o
j r it on r. ceipr T
- k Co , Chicle u
0. D. Market
Of the Southwest
Earl Smith, fireman on the T. & P.,
is laying off.
C. P. Boiler, switchman for the Santa
Fe. is laying off.
Roy Snett, fireman on the G. 1L, is
laying off sick.
Babe Gooch, switchman for the Santa
Fe. fas laying off.
C. E. Hunter has a position as fire
man on the G. H.
G. "W. Gerrald, switchman for the
G. H, Is laying off.
J. R. McHugh has a position as
orakoman on the G. H.
Harry Neugh has a position as joint
ear inspector in El Paso.
Fireman Braum, for the T. 6P.lnH
Paso, has left the service. '
C Blair, switohman for the Santa
Fe, has reported for duty.
Fireman Trenkle, of the T. & P., is
laying off for a few trips.
George Taney, engine foreman for the.
T. & P., has reported for duty.
Harry Lykes, switchman for the E. P.
& S. W. in El Paso, is laying off.
C F. Pierson has a position as switch
man in the G. BL yards in El Paso.
Operator Dunn, for the E. P. & S. "WT.
at Duran. X. St. has left the service.
J. J. Towns, switchman for the G.
H.. has resigned and gone to Tucson.
D- O. King, engineer for the E. P. &
S. "W., is now running day switch, en
gine. T. & P. engine 2W has been given a
thorough overhauling- and is reedy for
Victor Hagluad. switchman for the
G. BL. is on the day house engine for a
C. M. Hotford. engine foreman for
the G. H. on the day house engine, is
Skeeter Payne, eaUboy for the B. P. &
S. W. at Carrisoso. has been transferred
to El Paso.
Passenger engineer "Wilcox, on the
S. P.. has reported for duty, after a
A. F. Uefertse. fireman on the S. P,
is laying off, and fireman C. A. Meek U
relieving him. ,...,.
G. A. Bnglehart. brakemaB for the K.
P. & S. W. at Douglas, has been trans
ferred to Bl Paso.
G B- "Woodard, brakeman on the E.
P. & & W. at Douglas, has been trans
ferred to EI Paso.
Engineer Tom, of the G. H. at San
derson, is In El Paso receiving treat
ment for his eyes.
J. J. Armstrong, switohman for the
G. H. has charge of the day house en
gine for a few days.
Roadmaster McAlister, for the Santa
Fe, with headquarters at Rincon, spent'
Thursday in El Paso. '
C E. Anderson, fireman on the G. H.
is running switch engine in El Paso
yards for a few days.
Fireman Gonn, of the E. P. & S. "W. at
Tucumcari, has transferred to El Paso
and Carrisoso division.
Fireman W. E. Wylie. of the E. P. &
Sl W.. has reported for doty, after
laying off for several trips.
A. Webb, switchman for the G. H..
who is in Hotel Dieu suffering with
rheumatism, is improving.
Many of the train and engine men
from Madera. Mex, are in El Paso
since the mills closed down.
M. D. Gaudy, engineer for the a P.,
who has been pulling passenger for a
few trips, is back on freights.
George Bean, section foreman for the
S. P. at Lordsburg. is in Hotel Dieu
suffering with stomach trouble.
R. E. Elliott, fireman for the Santa
Fe in the El Paso yards. Is laying off
on account of his wife being sick.
W. E. Keller, switchman for the T &
P. in Bl Paso, is laying off and has
gone to Ft Worth to attend court.
F. G. Hoffman, switchman for the
Santa Fe, is laying off and his vacan
cy is being filled by Mr. Talmage.
Frank Landon. formerly a callboy for
the B. P. S. W. in KI Paso, has a po.
siutoa on the S. r. at San Fra&cisco.
n T Ti-a.b fireman on the G. H
who has been running switch engine for
a few days. Is bade itnng passenger.
Shorty Adams, engineer for the B
P. A S. W., has reported for duty and
is running switch engine for a few
Dick Jones, machinist for the Santa
Fe in the Bi Paso shops, has reported
for duty, after being off for several
I. T. RoVey, formerly a fireman on
the T. P- who was Injured some
time ago, h? reported not improving
very fast .,,,
Bob Renfrew, switchman for the E.
P A S. W. at El Paso, who has been in
Hotel Dieu for several weeks suffering
with typhoid and pneumonia, is im
proving. J. F. Kersey, roundhouse foreman for
the E. P. St & W. at Bl Paso, has re
signed, and C F. Bridgraan has been
E L. Young, engineer for the B. F.
& S. W., west end, who has bees
working out of Douglas, has been
transferred to El Paso. .
R. I. Smith, brakeman for the G. H.
at Sanderson, who has been in Bl Paso
receiving treatment for an injury, has
returned to Sanderson.
Thn Prlnro nt Pilnen Onera. comDans'
I is coming in Sunday morning over tb6.
i. P. in train Ko. s. xne compa
occupies four private cars.
J. Morris, roadmaster for the M
ico North Western railroad, who re
ceived a broken ankle some time "0'
is able to be out on crutches. .
Mike Coffey, conductor for tba"
dera Lumber company at Ma-iera, m'
resigned and is spending a iew
davs in El Paso with his sister.
. ? ; Barton, machinist at the E -
S. W. shops in El Paso, has returfl?
from a ! days' visit at Palomas lot
Springs and has reported for duty.
Lee Ash, brakeman on the west enu
of the E. P. & s. W . has been trail"
ferred to Douglas and is braking n
passenger between Douglas and H"
Matt Reynolds, formerly a con
ductor on the Ft Worth & Denver ral1
road at Amarillo. has been spending
few days in E! Paso and has return1
to his home in Amarillo. .
R New, brakeman on the G H-, v no
has been .n thr Hot 1 Tnru for s m9
time suf(rins: tvnh a 1 kf n If s r' '
ceiei b btir.e Tlir r t', .i o k dur113
a f.trht l.e;v.fl- M . t a"d ...-'
or th m i i f F .n rsn 1
abl. ' be out on cratclus.
per lb ..
LARGE EOECE AT
WORK ON NEW ROAD
Unfinished Portion of State Highway
Near Santn Rosa In to be Completed
Santa Rosa. N. M.. Feb. 14. The
camp of the county highway commiB- ,
sion's road crew is now located on the i
hill just north of town, ana a large
force is at work grading the road into
town. J. H. Hicks, chairman of the
board, is giving considerable of his
time and personal attention to the
work, and some excellent work is be
ing done. Charles Eversole. formerly
with the First National bank of this
place, has been engaged by the board
as tlm ekeeper and accountant, and the
road affairs of the county are being
rapidly placed on a business basis.
Several hundred dollars of improved
road machinery has been purchased by
the new road board, some of it being
now in use. It is the intenyon of the
board to complete the unfinished work
on the state highway, from which the
state convict camp was recently re
moved. Following thij, the main road
to Ft. Sumner will be put in standard
condition, and it is now expected that
but a few weeks will see the Pecos
valley state highway completed into
The suEoension of . the Roswell-
Vaughn automobile mall line recently, J
has revived to some extant we umc oi
such a. line to connect Las Vegas with
Roswell via Santa Rosa. while no
definite plans for such an enterprise
have been made public the rumors that
such a line Is being seriously consid
ered continue to find occasional ex
pression. CATHOLICS PLAN
NEW BISBEE CHURCH
Will Spend $25,060 on Structure; Site
Has Been Donated on Tomb
Bisbee. Arlz Feb. 14. A new Cath
olic church, to cost $26,896. will be
built In Bisbee. There has been talk
for some t)me that a new edifice
would be built, but not until the an
nouncement that John Higgins, for
merly of this city, but now a resident
of Los Angeles, had donated the land,
was the matter taken up definitely. The
new building will be located on Tomb
stone canyon, next to the Loretto
academy, the ground for which was do
nated by Mr. Higgins some six years
ago. A committee has inspected the
site and plans and estimates will be
called for immediately. It is reported
that the site of the old church, on
School Hill, will be sold to add to the
Officials of the Southwestern in this
city have received word that the first
regular train to be operated over the
new Fort Huachuca extension will be
run on Sunday morning. It is expected
that a schedule of two trains will be
maintained daily. The opening of the
Huachuca branch wiU necessitate the
rearrangment of the schedule in this
The third of three carloads of sewer
pipe from El Paso have been received
by the sewer department The pipe is
being stored at the city corral until
definite action is taken on the Tomb
stone canyon extension.
PLANS MADE FOR
Tucumcari Hears That Southwestern j
Will Spend 90u,bou on Keuaa
House and Shop Additions.
Tucumcari, K. M., Feb. 14. Plans are
said to have been received here for a
$90,606 water plant and other improve
ments for the local work shops and
round houses of the B. P. & S. W.
railway. It Is said that the appro
priation to cover this expenditure has
already been made and that work will
begin at once, providing the needed
water supply can be found.
Work has been zoinc on during the
winter on a deep well at the shops and
quantities to warrant a, following out
of th eentlre plans will be struck soon,
there being little difficulty, as a rale,
in finding water in this vicinity.
FOR A CITY PARK
Fortales, Jv. Jt, Feb. 14. At a meeting-
held at the courthouse the proposi
tion of making- arrangements to buy
several lots near the location oC the
new depot was taken up and in a
short time a total of $1303 was sub
scribed. These lots are directly in
front of the proposed location of the
new depot and will be converted into
a park. Work will begin on the new
depot at once. Several cars of ma
terial have already arrived. The new
depot will be located on Colorado
street one block southeast of the old
Dr. Bailey has purchased for a friend
Urine: m Oklahoma two places east of
Portales, known as the Hamilton place
and tlie Hinson place. He has also
purchased the Morrison place .one mile
west of Portales. and part of the Lind
sey place .adjoining town on the north.
The McMinn place; embracing: 320
acres, west of town, has been subdi
vided and is being sold in 40 acre
tracts to Colorado farmers who are
coming in with the stock and farming
implements and going right to work.
Portales has had two snows durln
he past week.
HOPE IS HOPING
TO GET NEW JtOAD
Hope. N. Ml. Feb. 14. N?wb : of the
contemplated building of ? Qnanah,
Acme1 & Pacific railroad 'ron Padu
cah.Taxas, through to W Paso, by way
of Roswell, has been 7-eceIv?, hp
Hope hops the road wil co t1 WT-
Hope. in the face of .the discourage
ment attending the Allure of the San
Diego & Bl Paso R"wy comDn.y t0
finish the road. ha. had more substan
tial growth than during any period of
Its life. Six substantial concrete
buildings have en completed since
March, 1912, c-"d two more are under
Anan,Hnn' and others contemplated.
and sideways on, each slole ot M'l !
street in ne o" p". con
tracted fr and partly completed.
TBLEptiO.YE BSCHAXGB AT
VAUGHN IS IMPROVED
Va-ghn, N. M Feb. 14. Robert
Beur-ne, of Duran. who has purchased
the loeal phone .exchange, is making
extensive improvements and has moved
tbj exchange into the business section
r- the town.
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JB17tJ WBICIUD k .,.., ... .. ....... ,,r, j
-arlli afire arreat amount Of water
which he says goes to waste in the
D. H. Fornabarger and soninlaw, R.
R. Francis, new comers, of Buchanan,
N M. have closed a deal with the V.
P." Grubb Lumber company for material
for the construction of several resi
dence buildings which they will erect
on their homestead entries near Bu
chanan. CALIFORNIA TO BUILD
PHOBXIX AFAIITMBAT HOUSES
Phoenix. Arlt, Feb. 14. Several
apartment houses may he built in
Phoenix as the result of the visit to
this city of Theodore Weisendanger.
head of a company that owns between
75 and 100 apartment houses In Los
Weisendanger started In Los An
geles on a small scale years ago. Re
cently the compam was organized to
handle his proprt He retains a con
trnlinir anttresr ilud at $1,. "00,000.
il ui fla'! t' .u property is sure tu j
I .ri ii'1 :! ;n 1 p i 1 11 .' w 1 1 n i ri t r e
-.T f. v . i - - t !i. !ias p-A -t
Mi dfodf'l to Hi'J Ti or mare
apartment houses in tins city.
Despite Disturbed Conditions In Repub
lic, the Industrial Growth of
, the City Continues.
I Monterey. Mexico. Feb. 14. Notwith
standing the natural depression of
business over Mexico due to revolu-
ttnnarv .pnnhlK In other nartfi of the
republic. Monterey, the acknowledged"
industrial capital oz Mexico, nas maae
during the past few months some very
substantial Improvements and more are
The American Smelting and Refin
ing company has in the past five
months added three 306-ton furnaces to
its smelter here, which plant is known
as smelter No. 3. The third of these
furnaces was blown In last week with
others after about a month's shutdown
due to the inability to get fuel and ores
during the recent strike of the boiler
makers and mechanics on the National
i ail ways. These new furnaces about
double the capacity of the plant bring
ing It up to about 2000 tons daily and
making It the largest lead smelter In
J. F. Austin is superintendent of this
smelter. He is a nephew of the late
T. & Austin, who built the Bl Paso
The telephone company here now has
a complete underground conduit ssstem,
and is putting in 8000 modern tele
phones. Just as soon as all connections
are made, which will probably be this
month, the company will move into its
new building, a reinforced, three story
concrete structure. This is the only
building in all Mexico designed espe
cially for telephone purposes. N
New Gas Plant.
The Canadian company controled by
the McKenzle-Mann interests of To
ronto, Canada and owner of the electric
light and power street cars and water
here put into commission its new gas
plant on Jah. 1. Connections are being
made and many people are beginning
to use gas for heating and cooking, par
ticularly. This is the third gas plant
erected In Mexico. Mexico City has one
and so has Guadalajara.
In September last "La llallnche" fur
niture factory here finshed a large
two-story brick building in whloh i$ Is
manufacturing settees and chairs of
hard Woods imported from the United
States. This company, which is com
posed of Mexican capital purposes com
mencing the manufacture of other lines
of furniture very shortly.
The Monterey stsel and ironworks,
the largest of Its kind in Mexico, will
soon add steel and Iron pipe making
and wire making to its works. It is
known that the company has ordered
the machinery for the wire making.
Clothln.r Factory Enlarges.
Miguel CIrrillo & Co.. manufacturers
of men's clothing, hare ordered new
sewing machines to more than double
the capacity of the factory when 150
people, at least, will he employed. This
company is rising to the growing de
mand in Mexico for grades of ready
made clothing similar to that common
in the United States and has proved
that just as good can be made here
Monterey's being the center for six
lines of the National railways, its near
proximity to the Tampleo oil fields on
the south, and the Coahuila coal fields
on the north, and having cheap electric
power furnished by a local company
are the leading factors in making it the
industrial capital of Mexico.
Trjr New Machine.
Deeanlnl Brothers, owners of the
large- marble works here are about to
put into practical operation a machine
of their own invention for the extrac
tion of Jxtle (lechuglUa) fiber. The
machine operated by gasoline engine,
both -whels, can be readily moved
from -Ijjrtco to place. The inventors
claim that the machine will turn out
from lOOf to 12S0 pounds of thoroughly
cleaned fiber every 10 hours. They ex
pect to H2t it at practical work next
FOR TYRONE ROAD
Silver City. N. ML. Feb. 14. It Is '
learned here that material for the rail-
road from Whitewater to Tyrone is now
being delivered at Whitewater, and it
is expected that the work of construe- '
tion wIH begin some time early next !
Several prominent officials of the 1
Santa Fe railroad will be here next '
week to Inspect the proposed site for j
tne new rauroaa station.
Charles Rauner, of Laramie. Wyo.,
and A. R. Schmidt of Silver City, are
endeavoring to establish a building and
loan association here.
YU3CA PlAXS FOR S-.00.000
woRTn of improvbjien;
Yuma. Aria. Feb. 14. ImprovepV-ts
needed by the city of TamaJK. eost j
3300,000. according to estin-r.es sub
mitted by city engineer Ij"-r.k Brooks ,
The plan includes a oiiBrwaterwerks .
system, sewer systejjWectric, nfht
plant and street iajBovement. The
councilmen are cogpierlng submitting
a $300,000 bondjJHn to the voters.
NEW YORICJtjS-frCPO CIvBTS HAVE
WBllf ORGANIZED TRUST"
New YojBF N. Y.. Feb. 14. A pick
pocket tjKTi. and other compact organ
izaaion.? criminals exist in this city s
undersTrld. according to testimony of
Judr Edward Swann, of the court of
general sessions, a witness before the
aUKrmanic committee, investigating
vve conditions. Pickpockets dispose
ot their loot at central "fences
after being assigned to sections of the
city to ply their trade, and when they
are arrested they are able to get bail
readily and lawyers to defend them.
The "trust" Is run like any lawful
business, he declared.
Try the new Turkish bnths and bar-
ber shop. Paso del Norte hotel.
NO APPOINTMENT FOR
MARSHALL UNTH. 101(1
Tucson. Arit, Feb. 14. Though 28
Democratic applicants for appointment
as United States marshal are in the
fieM, no marshall's appointment will
be made until 1916. This Is stated in
a letter received by Neri Osborn Jr.,
from congressman Carl Hayden. His
assertion that marshal Overlook's ap
pointment continues effective until
1916 is taken to mean that no steps will
pe taKen to remove the present incum
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Blue and Out of Sorts.
look to tao liver; it is
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It is an Invlrroratlnc tonic fct
a. urpiu iiver. tiio Drst dose
brings Improvement, a few days
use puts the liver in fine vigor
ous condition. "Herblno nltr -
tends its restorative influence
to the stomach and bowels. It
jieips digestion and rood assimi
lation, nurifles the hnrtrolo o3
u"ngs oacK tno habit of regu
lar daily bowel movements
When the stomach, liver and
bowels are active, bilious im
purities no longer obstruct
junctional processes, the result
oi wnicn is renewed. rnrtrv.
mental activity and cheerful
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Use Stephens Eye Salve for
uro eyes. Ik l'jres.
Wonderful ZEM0 Also Stops Terrible
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Get a 25c Bottle of ZEH0 Tcday.
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ment quickly put an ena to tnose
awful, humiliating Dimples and black
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I haven't been ashamed to go out in
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Go to any first-class drug store and
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Sold and guaranteed in El Paso by
Kelly & Pollard, A. E Ryan & Co.. Rio
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and Potter Drug Co. Advertisement
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cieXns and whReas
canvas shoes. In
round white cakes
packed in zinc-tin
boxes, with sposcc
10c In handsome,
boxes, with sponge,
nSTfll!" combination for cleaninsr and poi
Oinn iahinjr all kinds of russet or tan
shoes, 10c. "Dandy' ' size, 25c
H2it T CllfiC" the only ladles' shoe dressing
BR. I taOC that positirely contains OIL.
81V5 and Polishes ladies' and children's boots
rnd shoes. Shines without rubbing, 28c
"French Gloss," 10c
ttflflffiY 5! ITC combination lor gcatleraea
MSI GUIS who take prWe in havlwr
their shoes look AI. Restores color asd lustre
to all black shoes. Polish with a brash or doth,
10 cents. "Elite" sire, 25 cents.
ffMHniHinHTf-" fe Md form with
QUKft.HRHU sponge) onicklr cleans
and whitens dirty canvas sboes,10c asd 25c
If jBvfeJr toeotkeptb Mad ymiwxat. Modes
the prise Ul stamps Its ran alxe package, efearce paid.
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GATHER AT BISBEE
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 14. For tue vis
ing Masons gathered in Bisbee for the
1913 meeting of the Grand lodge, elab
orate entertainment was arranged and
the city has been turned over to the
visitors for the week. The big event of
the week was on Tuesday night when
the ball was held at the Warren dis
trict country club. During the week
the following Masonic meetings will be
held: Twentieth annual conclave of
grand commandery Knights Templars,
thirty-first annual communication
Grand Lodge of Arizona. F. and A. M.,
Grand chapter O. E. S., and instalatlon
of officers, grand lodge of Arlaona, F.
and A. M. The delegates will be shown
ever the Warren district, special trips
into the mines will be arranged, auto
rides for the ladles will be given and
a special smoker, with a number f
athletic features, w;il be held at the
Warren District c untry club. It is
expected that at least 500 delegates
will be in att'unce.
John Schu .z, alleged to be wanted in
Gallup, N. M., was given a hearing in
jUBtice Smith's court in Lowell and
was dismissed. He was immediately
rear-ested by marshall Watkins on a
cciplatnt issued by sheriff Roberts, of
cKinley county. N. M., who Is here to
take Schulex back to Gallup.
CAMPAIGN IS STARTED TO
GET ROOMS FOR C.1TTLH31EN.
Come on you cattle raisers. El Pass
will care for all who come for the big
doings of Roundup week. March 18. 1?
V. R. Stiles, president of the chamber
of commerce, is getting behind the
public comfort committee and every
visitor to El Paso will be cared for
like he was when his mother tucked
him into bed on a winter night as a
boy. The private residences are to be
canvassed by the committee to get a
list of desirable and convenient rooms
for the overflow from the local hotels.
The guests at the local hotels will be
asked to double up and allow the visit
ors to have rooms in the downtown
SINKING OP MORR -VELLS
RAISES MESA WATER PLANK.
Bxperts were wrong when they con
tended that the water plane on the
mesa would be lowered and finally dis
appear after several wells had been
sunk. This has been proved by the
recent discovery that the sinking of
two new wells has raised the plane
Instead of lowering u.
Both of these wells are down to a
d- pth of rnn fet m. h .ml one of tb.'m
i showinj an Xi .'H nt flow with m
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Custom Assay Office
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AGEKTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
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DRAIGHOVS BISIESS COLLEGE
R. F. Davis, Manager. Phone 14S4.
Gives vout Boy s start.
Fbone 1 147. J- P. Mollis. Pa,.
HYPNOTIC CYCIJST IS
STOPPBD BY POLICE CHIHF.
Chief L N. Davis stopped the exhi
bition of a hypnotic patient riding a
tricycle in a San Antonio street store
window WeUnesday afternoon. He
acted upon complaint of an HI Paso
woman, who characterised the exhibi
tion as repulsive.
Don't You Bcllev- It.
Some s.i that chronic constipation
1 mnot i,e .i.i.d Don't ou beh. c :t
'.ianit. ! 1 ii-, Ta'ili"ts h.we cured oth
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phone h. d. McGregor,
594 City Pass. Agent
Richardson Motor Gar
422 Saa Antonio St Phone 95S.
Seed Meal and Cake, Stock Salt.
Second Sts., Ei Paso, Tex.
Buy land on the iaterarbaa.
BEFORE THE ADVANCE
$200 an acre.
$10 cash; ?10 a raoath.
Totrin Trust Co.
Interarban Land Headquarters
Se us for bargains in city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 5313. 214 MHls Bldg.
Bl Paso. Texas.
All Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust BWg. Phone 537.
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