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POPULAR ! .WANTS, i I WANTED ROOMS. WANTED IMMEDIATELY A FUR NISHED HOUSE OF FOUR OR SIX . ROOMS, FOR TWO FAMILIES WHO WILL BE PERMANENT. ADDRESS S. B-. HERALD OFFICE. . 1 WANTED One or two furnished or unfurnished roms with or without board. Address "J.," Herald office. BUSINESS "CHANCES. v ANTED One or two small dwell ings. Will pay cash must be cheap. Give description, location, and price. Address H. Y., Herald office. WANTED By business man to get into business with services and about $2000. Address S. F. B.. Herald. WANTED To loan or invest $2000 to $3000 and services in some business Will deal with principals only. Ad dress, R. O. F., Herald office. FOR SALE On account of sickness A first class bakery in a railroad townno competition. Trade is all swell Good business, well fitted up, n encumbrance. $600 cash. Ad dress Bakery. Herald office. FOR SALE: One of the best paying hotel businesses in El Paso. Situated tianrt of hnsiness center or city. Good reason for selling. John A- Happer, Real Estate, miiis mug. -ewi CAT.U1 Tmer Rtore at HlllsborO. New Mexico. Stock small but new and complete. Good opening ior physician. Address, C. C. Miller, Hillsboro, N. M. FOR RENT ROOMS. FOR RENT Bright, sunny room, Geod location, would take care of siek person. Address, A. B., Her ald office. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS close in. Inquire Cigar Stand Shel don hotel. FOR RENT HOUSES. FOR RENT New house. Good loca tion. Address, L. T., Herald office. FOR RENT Six room furnished house with bath, on North Florence street east front. Very desirable. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills build ing. FOR RENT Four room furnished house with bath on Texas street, south front. John A, Happer, Real Estate, Mills Building. FOR RENT Three room furnished house. Reasonable, Inquire 404 W. Overland street. FOR SALE IMPROVED RESIDENCE PROPERTY. FOR SALE A new eight room house, good terms need money. Address, X, B., Herald office. FOR SALE: Two story house on Texas street, between Campbell and Stan ton streets. Price $6.000. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SaiE One 5-room house with hall and arge uath room, on corner lot 60x80. Rents for $22.50 per mo This bargain for $i.o. Easy terms. John A. Happer, Real Estate. Mills bldg. FOR SALE On Myrtle avenue, close in. a bargain, call at A. M. Loomis & Co., 217 San Antonio street. Real es- - tate and insurance. Rents collected. FOR SALE NeTT house 6 rooms and bath. N. Stanton St., on two lots, John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. 8IX ROOM BRICK house. 130 ft on Boulevard, 104 on Stanton. S. E. cor. Very desirable. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. FOR SALh, One 8 room and bath new bouse, N. Stanton, close in. Every modern convenience. John A. Hap per, Real Estate, Mills Diag. Fo. SALE) Four room brick house om Missouri street. Price, $1,600. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bail ding. FOR SALE 5 room brick residence on N. Oregon St., south of Boulevard. Easx front. Price $2,500. eash and balance 1, 2, ard 3 years, at a per cent. John A. Happer, Real Estate Mills bldg. FOR SALE! 2 brick houses renting for $30 per month. On Third st. next to cor St.Vrain. Price sz.wju. Vk casn and balance 1. 2 and 3 years at 8 per cent. John A. Happer, tteai .usiaie. Hills bldg. NINETEEN ROOM BRICK ADOBE 40 feet fronting on Santa Fe street, near Overland, $4,500. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. FOR SALE A 5-room bouse with bath residence on N. Stanton, close in. Very desirable location. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. NINE ROOM BRICK house. 2 lots.on N.Santa Fe.east front, desirable lo cation. Horace B. Stevens, Real Es tate and Insurance. FOR SALE One six room new resi dence with bath North Kansas St., near Montana. Price $3,500. John A, Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. POPULAR .WANTS, i i b)R SALE IMPROVED RESIDENCE PROPERTY. FOR SALE One six room residence with bath new, on North Florence street, near Boulevard. Price $3,500. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. FOR SALE: A five room brick house cor Hills and Third sts. for $1,800. Easy terms. John a. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. FOR SALE: One 5-room house on 2 lots on Kansas between 2d and 3d sts.for $1600. John A. Happer. Real Estate, Mills bldg. FOR SALE) A fine six room house bath and hall on Myrtle street. Very desirable. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. FOR SALE iwo new brick residences now in course of construction on 'Magoffin avenue, 6 rooms and bath. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Building. FOR SALE: Five room brick dwelling on Myrtle avenue, three blocks out, owner insists on selling. A. M. Loomis & Co.. 217 San Antonio St., Real estate, insurance, rents collected FOR SALE; 1 5-room and batn brick house, nearly new; price $1,750. and 2 3-room and bath brick bouses $1, 500 each, on easy terms. John A. Happer, Real Estate Mills Bull ling. FOR SALE UNIMPROVED RESI DENCE PROPERTY. FOR SALE y lots on N. Florence for $375. These are a bargain. John A. Happer, Real Estate. Mills bldg. FOR SALE 72 feet corner Kansas and First streets. Price $7,200. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SALE: Eight lots on Texas street for $2,800. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SALE: 2 east front lots on Vir ginia st. between Franklin and Mis souri sts., $300 each. John A. Hap per, Real Estate, Mills bldg. TWO LOTS corner Second and Virgin ia streets, $700. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. FOR SALE; Lot and a half on North El Paso street, east front, beautiful building site will be sold cheap. A. M. Loomis & Co.. 217 San Antonio street. Rents collected, real estate, and insurance. FOR SALE; Six lots facing southeast Cor. Campbell and ilo Grande Sts., John A. Happer. Real Estate, Mill's Building. TWO LOTS corner Second and Kan sas streets. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. FOUR LOTS on Arizona street south front. $300 each. Horace B. Ste vens, Real Estate and Insurance. THnilG LOTS corner Ochoa and Wy oming streets very desirable, $1,350. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. FOR SALE; 2 east front building lots on N. Oregon near Boulevard. John A. Happer Real Estate. Mills bldg. FOR SALE 4 Southeast corner lots N.E1 Paso and Rio Grande sts. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills bldg. FIVE LOTS corner Wyoming and Ange streets. Horace B. Stevens, real Estate and Insurance. 8 LOTS In Magofflns addition, $500, lib eral terms. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. 4 LOTS on Boulevard north of Martin' ez residence, excellent view. Horace B. Stevens. Real Estate and Insur ance. SOUTHEAST CORNER. 5 lota oppo site A. Krakauer's new residence on Mesa ave, suitable for large res! dence. Horace B. Stevens, Real Es- tate and Insurance. CORNER Octavia and Myrtle sts.. 2 Iota north side of Myrtle, $1,000. Horace B. Stevens, Heal Estate and Insurance. FOR SALE Five building lots on Campbell street, between Montana and Rio Grande. John A. Happer, Real Estate. Mill's Building. :5xjx-c:":::::::x::":: FOR SALE UNIMPROVED BUSI NESS PROPERTY. FOR SALE 35x120 feet on Oregon St. near Second for $f0 per foot. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SALE Four large pieces of prop erty on South Stanton street. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Build ing. FOR SALE 52 feet corner Stanton and Second streets. Price $9.500. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SALE 52x120 feet corner Stan ton and First stretes. Price $10,400. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. 47 FEET FRONT bo. 134 deep on El Paso street, near Third. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. 60X120 ON W. OVERLAND St., close in $30 per front foot. Horace B. Stev ens, Real Estate and Insurance. i 1 .WANTS. x!:-::-:-::-:::w:M-::-M-:" FOR SALE UNIMPROVED BUSI NESS PROPERTY. FOR SALE; A fine large corner prop erty on Texas street, 104 by 120 ft. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Building. FOR SALE A fine piece of business property on Oregon street near Overland. Price $10,500. John A. Happer, Real Estate, Mills Bldg. FOR SALE 20x120 feet on South ' Stanton street, between Overland and First. John A. Happer, Real Estate. Mills Bldg. 25 FEET corner Fourth and El Paso streets. $1,500. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. H. R. WOOD, REAL ESTATE, INSU RANCE AND RENTS. PLAZA BLOCK. FOR SALE New six room cottage, corner El Paso and Nevada streets. Price $3,150. FOR SALE 56 and 2-3 by 1220 feet on Oregon street. Close in. FOR RENT New, modern, business block on Overland street, also ele gant rooms upstairs. FOR SALE Protective business property at surprisingly low prices. FOR SALE Building lots and resi dences in every portion of the city at reasonable prices and satisfactory terms. FOR SALE Five lots corner Montana and Ochoa streets. FOR SALE Five lots corner Ochoa and Rio Grande streets. FOR RENT A furnished rooming house on Franklin street. 11 rooms. FOR SALE Four lots, corner Texas and Noble streets. On El Paso and Northeastern switch. FOR SALE; Modern six rom brick cot tage on Florence street, pays $35 per month rent. Two lots. Price $3,500. FOR SALE; Fourteen lots on Stanton street, between Fifth and Seventh. FOR SALE MACHINERY. 1 8o Horse power boiler; in good condition. 1 100 Horse power boiler in A. No. 1 condition. 1 5 Ton "Consolidated" ice ma chine. 1 100 Ton Incandescent Lamp Dy- ' namo ''Brush." El Pso Ice & Refrigerator JO. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE Household furniture and piano. 506 N. Oregon street. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE; Property Improved and unimproved, in all parts of the city. If you want to sell list with me, I will advertise your property without cost to you. Horace B. Stevens, Real Estate and Insurance. ;. . ; c .... PROFESSIONAL. NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS Thorough competent dentists; all the latest appliances for up-to-date dentistry. Rooms 10 and 11 Plaza block, head of El Paso street. Open evenings and Sunday 4 noons. ORELLA LOCKE. OSTEOPATH. Graduate of the American School of Osteopathy, at Kirksville, Missouri. GENERAL DISEASES. Office room 7, 504 Mesa Ave. FOR SALE. 4 lots on Wyoming. $1,200, easy terms 1 lots on Texas street. $700. 3 lots on Boulevard, $!00, easy terms. 24 lots; 3 houses on Missouri. $3,150. 5 room brick, $2,500, one-third cash. 5 room brick, $1,800. easy terms. $6,500 business offer, -"ose in. If you have property to rent or sell and wish deeds, leases, etc., written or title to same investigated, list it with Call and see our list of not advertised houses and lots of all kinds. If you have property to rent -or sell and wish deeds, leases, etc.. written or title of same investigated, list it with R. L. MUNSON. LAW AND REAL ES TATE, ROOM 1. 211 SAN AN TONIO STREET. G. B. OMAN. Teacher of the Banjo, Mandolin and Guitar. STUDIO. 421 West Overland Street. I can take you from the start and you can go Just as far as you wish. Yours For Good Music, G. B. OMAN. BIRDS AND WILD ANIMALS. Parrots, German Canaries, Gold Fish and Mexican Song Birds. We import our seeds direct and guarantee them fresh. Sunflower tfd for par rots. Bird and dog medicine. Furs and fur rugs. Horned toads alive and mounted. THE ZOO. 610 San Antonio St. Recent experiments t-how ifcat all classes of foods may be completely di gested by a preparation called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which absolutely di gests what you eat. As it is the only combination of all the natural diges- tants ever devised the demand for it has become enormous. It lia. never failed to cure the very worst cases of indigestion and it always gives instant relief. Fred Schaefer. druggist. A little want advertisement, IP words, three times. 60 cents, mailed and delivered to over 2000 separate In dividuals dally. The Herald. Try The Herald's Popular Wants. poponxw 1 POPULAR TT j .WANTS, jjj WIELIGMAN & COTTINGHAM REAL ESTATE, RENTS COLLECTED FOR RENT New nine room house on Prospect avenue. FOR RENT Furnished four room house on Texas street. FOR SALE Six room house on two lots on Magoffin avenue. Bath, clos ets, etc. This is a nice corner prop erty. Price $2,500. A snap. FOR SALE Six room new brick house on N. El Paso streeet, must be sold, will sell at nearly $1,000 below cost. FOR SALE Elegant new nine room brick residence on Mesa avenue. $4,200, on easy terms. FOR SALE New seven room brick residence on Mesa avenue at a bar gain. tOR SALE Four pieces on South Stanton street from 26 to 104 feet, between Overland and Third street. This is money making property. FOR SALE Eight pieces on S. Ore gon and S. El Paso streets; close in. Busiuess property. FOR SALE Five hundred residence lots in different parts of the city. Price from $100 to $600 per lot- FOR SALE Four rooming houses Snaps. 10 to 24 rooms, close in. FOR SALE; Land and fruit farms. FOR SALE; New five room brick house with 2 lots on Myrtle avenue, closo in, 32,800. We have for sale many other residences and business property. . Grocery stores, etc. Good investment. No trouble to show property. Wiplipan & I'otfinflm. OFFICE IN WELLS-FARGO EX PRESS OFFICE. DEATHS AND FUNERALS. Jesus Albarez. Jesus Albarez, aged 22, died Thurs day evening at his home at 816 South Statnon street, of pneumonia. He was a barber by trade and a married man, leaving a young wife to mourn his loss. The funeral was held yesterday at the residence and the body was buried at Concordia under the aus pices of the Sociedad Mutualista Mex icans, of which he was a member. Lee Gee. Lee Gee. a Chinese cook, aged 54, died on Utah street yesterday at 8:30. He had only been here two weeks having come from Clifton, Ariz. The burial took place at Concordia ceme tery in the Chinese plot yesterday about 4:30. There was but little cere mony at the burial, for the deceased was a poor man and the Chinese lodge which buried him could not afford to go to much expense in putting him away. The people in the neighborhood of where the Chinaman died say that the Celestial residents of that neigh borhood have been making nights hid eous with their attempts to drive the evil spirits away from their dying brother "for some time. Poroteo Estrada. The lody of Doroteo Estrada, who died a few days ago. was buried in Concordia Catholic cemetery yesterday after funeral services a the church of the Sacred Heart. The funeral was largely attended. A representative of each of the undertaking establishments attended the funeral and burial through respect to the deceased's brother Pedro, who is employed at the Henderson undertaking company's es tablishment. Ramona Gutierrez. Ramon Gutierrez, aged 33. died yes terday morning at his home at the cor ner of Second and Tornillo streets. The funeral was held at the Mexican Catho lic church this morning and the body buried in Concordia Catholic -cemetery QUESTION ANSWERED. Yes, August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine In the civ ilized world. Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Billlous ness. Doctors were scarce, and they seldom heard of Appendicitis. Nervous Prostration or Heart Failure- They used August Flower to clean oat the system and stop fermentation of undi gested food, regulate the action of the liver, stimulate the nerves and organic action of the system, and that Is ail the took when feeling dull and bad with headaches and other aches. You only need a few doses os Green's Aug ust Flower, in liquid form, to make you satisfied that there Is nothing serloua the matter with you. Get Green's Prize Alamnac. Sold by dealers in all civilized countries. For the weakness and prostration following grippe ther9 is nothing sc prompt and effective as One Minute Cough Cure. This preparation is high ly endorsed as an unfailing remedy for all throat and lung trouble? and its early use prevents consumption. It was made to cure quickly. Fred Schaefer, druggist. Millions of people are familiar with DeWitfs Littl Eearly Risers and those who use them find them to be famous little pills. Never gripe. Fred Schae fer, druggist. PURE HYGIENIC WATER. Made from distilled water. Ask your family physician or druggist at to the purity and healthfullness of our Ice. Telephone No. 14. El Paso Ice and Refrigerator Co. Th Best Fiction. :iew Invoice Re ceived today. All the late books. Blakesley & Freeman. Mexican Cigars Popular Beach-Akin Curio Co.. Christmas over. We have urawn Work. 1 1 n i n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; ;i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 i! Heard in Hotel Lobbies, f I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I HI Col. L. C. Friend, one of the best known mining men of Sonora, Mexico, is in the city. Col. Friend's headquarters are at Ures, the old capital of the state, 50 miles up the Sonora river from Her mosillo, the present capital. "The Yaqui Indian war," said Col. Friend to a Herald reporter, yester day, "has dwindled down until there is nothing but skirmishing and little of this. As a matter of fact there have been no very large battles for a year or more. The Indians confine their operations to raiding and swooping down on small unprotected bodies of troops, which are detached from the main body." Col. Friend does not think that there were ever more than 500 Yaqui war riors in the field, although there were probably several thousand per sons, including men. women and child ren who were regarded as hostiles by the government, and treated as such. The recent distribution of troops at Ures and Arispe has no significance, whatever, said Col. Friend. There was nothing whatever in the wild stor ies that were started and no fear of a rebellion, as stated in the United States. Only 300 troops were sent to Ures and 150 to Arispe, which is fur ther up the river. The strength of the garrison at Hermosillo is only three or four hundred men, which makes it evi dent that no trouble was feared. There was some reports of fighting, but when sifted down, the fight was found to have been merely a drunken brawl. Col. Friend considers Sonora the most favored mineral country in the world and regards Greene's copper mines as the most valuable on the con tinent. The Greene Consolidate com pany, he says, actually owns mountains of copper, worth untold millions. The j large gold, silver and copper mines to the south of Ures he also considers of inestimable value. At these camps there are some five or six hundred ' Americans, all of whom are doing well and following their vocations in the ut most security. ' The Yaoui. Indians, he says, have never molested Americans, regarding them as friends. There were, it is true, a few Americans murdered when the outbreak occurred two years ago, but it was never known whe'ther they were killed by Indians or outlaws. He doubts if the Indians had anything to do with the killings. A large military force is still main tained in Sonora and the state is prac tically under martial law, but that makes no apparent difference to Amer icans, whose lives and property are perfectly secure. The exaggerated stories of battles between the Indians and Mexican troons that have been sent out from Austin. Texas, and Arizona points, says Col. Friend, have done much to injure the country and keen capital from seeking investment in the mines or Sonora. In spite of this, however, the state has prospered. Henry K. Sheldon, Jr.. the son of the proprietor of the Sheldon hotel, ar rived in El Paso last night direct from his home in New York. In reply to the enquiry as to the object of this visit Mr. Sheldon said: "I am just taking a vacation and as 1 am very fond of El Paso I decided to come down here. Yes, I may say that one of the objects of my trip is to have a look at the hotel. It was not finish ed when I was here before and we wanted to see how everything is run ning though one thing don't seem to be running." jerking his head with s smile toward the elevator. "You see. my father has not been in the best of health. It is nothing serious but he it not equal to such a long trip so I have come in his stead." "El Paso has been attracting a good deal of attention in the east of late. The decision of the Rock Island rail road company to build in here was and is a great thing for EI Paso for it created a good deal of comment. Trav eling over the road from New York here one also hears considerable talk of the city, and judging from what I know and from what I have heard. El Paso is entering upon an era of much prosperity and development." "Mexico is developing remarkably fast," said John McComb of Durango last night to' a Herald reporter. "And in most instances it can betraced to American and foreign capital. I do not know much about the commercial or industrial side of the matter except in a general way. but anyone who trav els through Mexico can readily see that everything is in a prosperous condi tion and that the foreign clement have their full share of the business. The tendency of this influx of American money and enterprise has materially resulted in an increased valuation of undeveloped country. Take for in stance my business the lumber busi ness, when I went to Mexico about Ave years ago I scured good timber land at 30 cents an acre. Mexican mon ey. I bought over a million and a half of it, but today I could not buy the same class of timber lands for thref times the price. The wealthy Mexi- cans.n ow whose wealth has come to them in a large measure by natural accretion, realize that they have missed many a good opportunity which has been taken advantage of by the shrewd American, so that now if you go to him with a business proposition he be comes at once suspicious and puts the Always Fresh Brands Cuidad Juarez, Mexico. X restocked. Come see. Opals. Saltfllo Zarapes. Etc 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 n i c 1 1 price beyond reason. Th Ktm n oaf vhji goes to that country is most cordially received but underneath it all is a cur rent Of jealOUS and Slisnirinua fstiinir The Mexican people, however, are grad ually awakenine to the wnniiorfni re sources of their country and there is no aouDi wnatever Dut that its future is very bright indeed, especially If it ever adopts the gold standard. It takes good deal of capital to make large mon ey in Mexico, and the man of small means does well to keep out of it. "I have no intention of going to Cripple Creek," said Miss Claire Kelly, the Carnival Queen to a reporter at the Orndorff, referring to a statement of her intended departure for Colorado's gold camp. "I never was in Cripple Creek in my life though reports have had it that I lived there. Before com ing to El Paso my home was in Lead ville, Colo., and I presume the mistake has arisen in that way. I am going north, however, for a short stay, but it is to Denver. The principal object of my trip is to select the material for the dresses I expect to wear at the opening of the opera house in Chihua hua. I am also commissioned to choose the material for the dresses of several of the maids of honor. "From some friends who have just returned from Chihuahua I am inform ed that we are promised a very event ful time when we visit that city and that the preparations making are up on an elaborate scale." "It's been that way very day for sometime," said Mrs. DeGroff. wife of the proprietor of the Orndorff, refer ring to the fact that she had just been compelled to turn a guest away for lack of accommodations. "We have done a larger business since the Sheldon was opened than when it was closed. We came here two years ago and the business has In creased remarkably since then. This is explainable only on the ground of the increased travel through El Paso and the importance which the city is assuming." The Sheldon was also compelled to send away new arrivals last night and all the other hotels in town are doing a flourishing business. It begins to look as though there will soon be room for another big hotel here. COMPANIONS IN MISERY. From the N. Y. Sun. "I am not especially sensitive." said the man with a billiard ball pate h talking to friends with scanty hair, who had been telling experiences, "but I confess it rankled me when absolute stranger hailed me as 'Old Baldy.' I was sprinkling the lawn one hot even ing last summer and had laid aside hat and coat. I was somewhat astonished" on looking up to see a stranger hang ing over the picket fence, intently watching me. I continued to play the hose but when I looked up again the man was still there studying and with evident amusement. I glared at him. "'Hello, Old Baldy!' he sheuted. making a profound bow. " 'Are you speaking to me, sir?" I de manded. "'Hello, Old Baldy!' he repeated. " 'Why, you verdant chump,' I re plied, rushing toward him with the nozzle of the hose. 'I'll turn the hose on you.' " "No you don't.' he said, removing his hat with a flourish, and making an other bow. -I'm the limit, ho said. I then saw that there was no hair on his head and we went off and had a drink together." THERE WAS ONLY ONE SMITH. From the N. Y. World. He had never seen a telephone. ani his friend was showing him how it worked. It was in his office. He ealV ed up his house and his wife came o the telephone. "My deay. Mr. Smith is here, and I have asked him to come up to diaaert He then turned to Mr. Rmirt. mi said: "Put your ear to that and vmrii ia her answer." He did and this was the answer: "Now John. I told have that disagreeable wretch in my house again." 'What was that?" snnkn rut XCi- Smith. Women arp nnirk & mm would have simply backed away from the telephone and said no more. She took in the situation i she heard the strange voice, and quick hs a. nasn. came Dack tne sweetest kind of a voice: "Why. Mr. Smith, how dr x-nn a I thouht my husband meant another Mr. Smith. Dc come up to dinner. I shall be glad to see you." During his prosperity Warwick, the great millionaire Philadelphia root beer inventor, gave thousands to friends in need, and entertained in a princely fashion. Men prominent in politics and in social affairs of the city, state and nation were his guests. ah but two forsook aim when his fortune dwindled awt-y. ar.d le diid in tho poor house. Fair weather, friends are- myriad. Count Von Zeppelin, the expert on aerial navigation, has had his work in that direction recognized by the German emperor, who has conferred upon him the Order of the Rod Eaele, first class.