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Summer Headwear New Telephone Directory B H SB B fti llll " L B m m B B VaP I II II I HK II In Hi I i 1 i Sk H I BS H9 B n&Sw "BBBB B B W 3bK B iB ra B m SI H B fl H i 2 xsgg j WW ATES ore hhj hb b bbbbb k The Fire Insurance Companies, With the Aid of the Last State Legislature have grasped us, so to speak, "by the . throat." They have increased our rate over ONE HUNDRED per cent. We Will Not Submit to such an outrage and impose upon the public higher prices. Rather than that, we have concluded to reduce our immense spring and summer purchases AT O if offering our entire stock of Adler-Rochester, ..... - 7 HtAm?7 d.S wi;ij i0i cii in '"Fashion F Kaufman Pre-Shrunk Clothes at the smallest profit high grade a(nd modish elothes have everbeen Igiown to sell for. III B Bu and Ten" Per Cent Ten Per Cent Above Actual Cost Price. A Most Unusual Opportunity For every man in town to buy high class, hand tailored clothes of the finest quality, for less money than you pay for the ordinary kind and at the time when you need clothes most. Prices Slashed on All Furnishings HATS, LEATHER GOODS, ETC. JUST T;0 GIVE YOU AN IDEA OF THE MANY BARGAINS. iMIen's DBalbriggan Underwear, long or short I sleeves, reinforced seat, excellent quality at 50c; reduced to 35c Genuine "Poroslrait" Underwear, in white and cream, long or short sleeves, sells the world over at 50c; now ; , 35o All "B. V. D.'' Athletic Underwear reduced to 35c Genuine No. 50 Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers, never sold for less than 75c ; now 62 l-2c SKeasin's Pure Silk Neckwear, 75c and $1.0Q grades; reduced to 55c All 50c Neckwear reduced to 35c All 25c and 35c Fancy -and Plain Hosiery, in cot ton, lisles and silk lisle weaves; reduced to 5 pairs for -. $1.00 All $1.50 Negligee and Soft Collar Shirts, in white, colors, stripes and figures; reduced to $1.20 All $1.00 anft $1.25 Shirts reduced to 85c Seduced prices on all Panamas, Straw, Stiff and Soft Hats. - $ Cut prices on all khaki and corduroy clothes. Trunks, Bags, Grips and Suit Cases at prices that have "been knifed to "the hilt. Out-of-town orders accom panied hy cash, filled promptly 111 S. El Paso St. INCORPORATED "BEST BY TEST" Bring Price - List along so you feceve the full henefit of whis exception al sale. HIS. El Paso St. Copy for the June issue of the telephone direc tory is now heing made up. Any changes or corrections in the present listing should he telephoned at once to f r E s i I , mi CONTRACT DEPARTMENT IN ORDER TO INSURE PROPER IN SERTION IN THE NEW DIRECTORY j Telephone and Telegraph Co. YUU1W IYLJJMHI.E& J.Q I KILLED IN BISBEE Other Accidents Mexican Girl, Fearing Widow's Weeds, WU Not Wed. . Bisbe, Ariz., May 18. William Spier, a miner, ias accidentally killed while working- at tb.e Oliver shaft. He was o0 yeais old and leaves a widow and a child In Berne, Texas, where his body was sent for interment- At the Junction shaft cave-in, two miners, John Smoke and Joe Loffman, were severely injured, the latter having- his right root mashed, A badly sprained ankle and slight bruises were sustained by John Gurner while at work at the Hoatson mine. In passing through the neighborhood of Tank hill, Ethel Crooker, a lOyearold girl, became so trigntened that when she arrived home a physician had to be summoned. She is very ill with fe ver. Dr. and Mrs. Baum were thrown from their buggy, which was demolished. The mnaway horse was caught two hours later. It is reported that Maria Martinez, a Mexican senionta, has positively refus ed to marry Francisco Landena, because of the fact that a fortune teller revealed to her that she would wear widow's weeds before a year. The wedding was to have been held next Sunday. The Eedraen's picnic at Lewis spring was attended by 600 people. John Detloff, charged with assault ing a Mexican in Brewery gulch, was arrested and fined.' A subscription Is being taken up by the local English colony to help the fam ilies of the miners who ldst their lives in the disaster at Whitehaven, England, which occurred May 12. At the territorial meeting of the Knights of Columbus, M. E. Cassidy, of BIsbee, was elected one of the delegates cO the national convention at Quebec. ! Guadalupe Leyras, a Mexican, died at the age of 74 years. H. A. Tobelman and M. E. Jacks of the -Calumet & Arizona company have been transferred to the Douglas office. Mrs. Rosetta Arbukle, of Oakland, Calif., will live here with her relatives. Federal surveyor Bouillos, of the state of Sonora, has gone to Mexico to survey points along the Nacozari railroad. Forecast. For EI Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Thursday, fair. For New Mexico: Tonight, partly cloudy, with showers east portion; Thursday, fair. . For west Texas: Tonight and Thurs day, unsettled weather; showers in J northern portion tonight or Thursday; warmer tonight. River at El Paso: Height of surface this moaning' above fixed zero mark, F14.5; this date last year, 14.2 feet. ORGAAIZES COZHPAXY OF KANSAS NATIONAL GTTARD Alamogordo, N. M., May 18. A letter has been received here stating- that Capt. Shiffler formerly superintendent of the city schools of AJamogordo, has organized the only national guard com pany of its kind in the United States at Lawrence, Kansas. It is composed wholly of university students. SAN ANTOMO LOCALS. San Antonio, N. M., May 18. Col. A.- H. Hildon, one of the pioneers and de- elopers of New Mexico, and who has large business interests at San Antonio, is at San Francisco, Cal., on business. Col. Hilton has some new projects un der way, which, when consummated, will mean quite a great deal to this town Miss B. Haswell, of Illinois, left here yesterday for Silver City, where she will attend the wedding of her cousin, Miss Bessie James. While here Miss Haswell was the guest of Miss Felice Hilton. Owen Holt returned this morning from Lexington, Ky., and Kansas City, Mo., after an absence of several weeks. W. H. Pratt, of Albuquerque, was a isitor here yesterday. Miss Susie Scott has gone to Magda- lena to ta"ke charge of the summer 1 school at that place. I Mrs. L. R. Lewis and son left today for Socorro, i Miss Jean McKcnzIe arrived today from Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. ! Chas. Shilling. THE WEATHEE. POLICE C03I3I2SSION HAS A MEETING NEW 3IE3IBERS ABSENT. There was a meeting of the police commission Tuesday afternoon, commis sioners Frank Simmons, Z. T. White and J. P. O'Connor "being present.. C. H. Leavell. who was appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of AY. H. Burges and Winchester Cooley, who took John Wyatt's place, were not present. The resignation of SamT W. Brown, who has been a member of the- force for three years, was accepted, as Brown will engage in other work. Henry Ber- DiscriTnin ating men come here for hats be cause thej know we carry a generous line of styles, not confiriing ourselves to a few styles insisting that they are the things. Extreme dressers and the more conservative sort will find just the shapes they wish, Stetson and other makes. $3.00 to $6. nauer was appointed to the force. - J. P. CapIInger, W. D. Casey, W. N. Elliott and W. P. Hawkins were each granted 24 days' leave of absence and Harry Cherry was granted a 10 days' leave. The commission will meet Friday af ternoon with mayor Robinson. If AUlCjf JLCiLiis. A SMILE Is a prety hard thing to accomplish when you're blue, bilious and out of sorts. There is a sure cure for all kinds of stomach and liver complaints constipation aifcl dyspepsia. Ballardj3 Herbine is mild, yet aosolutely effec tive in all cases. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all druggists. FINED FOR RJEADING. Three -Mexican boys, all about 13 years of age. were arrested Tuesday" afternoon and" "Wednesday morning and were fined ?5 each In police court on a charge of vagrancy. The boys were found In an alley reading: a book of love letters. They gave the names Flugen cia Flores, Pedro Talamantes and Flor encio Padilla- If Hyomei Doesn't Bid You of Catarrh Pour a few drops of Hyomei (pro nounced High-o-me) into the hard rub ber inhaler and you can then breathe Into the lungs the very same ant.septic, germ killingair as you would breathe i in the Australian forests of eucalyptus, ! where catarrh is unknown. n-uu iy U11IU la SjL y IKiXSiXUi. 10 use, i you u HKe to use it; when you breathe it the effect on the inflamed catarrh in fected and germ ridden membrane Is soothing and healing. In five minutes you get such wonder ful relief that you will know that at last you have a cure for catarrh. A Hyomei outfit which consists of one ' bottle of Hyomei, a hard rubber pocket ( inhaler, a medicine dropper and sim ple instructions for use, costs only $1.00, amd extra bottles of Hyomei, if after ward needed, cost only 50 cents. And besides catarrh, remember that Hyomei is guaranteed to cure asthma, (croup, bronchitis, coughs, colds, sore throat, or money back. Hyjmel Is sold, by leading druggists everywhere, and by Kelly & Pollard. Mail order fillprL nhnrtroc r-rrtrn ?r? Kt. Trr--u.r tt ? ! Buffalo, X. Y. 1 LARGEST 1 fWM EXCLUSIVE- i lP WOLESALEr 1 1 1JLJL1I,,KJ 1 i I &P IN THESpOIHWEST. f VALENTINE PERSONAL NOTES. j Valentine, Tex., !May IS. Hiss Laura I Cass, "ho has been visiting her cousin, j W. L. Cass, has gone to Winf ield, Kans., to visit her sister, Mrs. Niichols. ' I Dr. and Mrs. Finley, of Roswell, are j visiting their son, C. O. Finley. A. T. Bennett, of San Antonio, Is visiting here. , ; I Mrs. M. E. Waldron is ill. I v ! Jesse Merrel has been in Valentine i on special survey work. ( J. W. Noel, of Memphis, Tex., who has ! been visiting P. F. Craver. has returned- home. D. A. Smith, who was hurt in a wrest ling match, is improving. Mrs. Susan Janes, who has been vis iting her son, C. C. Janes, has Returned to Ft. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Spruill have returned to the Williams ranch, accompanied by Miss Lulu Wilkins. EL PASO CASE- ON APPEAL. San Antonio, Tex., May lS.In the court of civil appeals today the case of D. P. Stewart et al. vs. El Paso county et al., motion to advance was granted; motion to dismiss overruled. RIVER. STILL RISING. The Rio Grande's steady rise con tinues, this Wednesdaj- morning's read ing showing 14.5 feet of water at the government gage. The 0.1 of a foot daily rise has continued since Sunday. AUTOMOBILE HOUSE FOR SALE. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. $125,000 yearly automobile business for sale. Five agencies of standard make cars. Five- years business pres tige. Best automobile business in south west, also automobile supply house, complete line. Must sell in next thirty days. Write or wire C .M. Barber & ALWAYS OPEN ( Three Maxwell Cars Oae Baker Electric la Just received and await ing your call for a dem onstration. Repairing We are prepared to do any kind of repairing or your automobile. We maintain our own repair shop and carry a big line of Diamond tires, Good rich Palmer Web fees for electric cars and other supplies. Christy Auto Co. Both Phones. 615 N. Campbell St. ALWAYS OPEN Shaw-Walker L Secti (afi fY a iiuua.. ipets unets for every business, large or small. We have them in shapes and sizes to suit any office requirement, from large drawing and j blue print sections down to small card drawers. " Sectionets are an earn ing asset in any office. We would be pleased to show them to you. j -urran s tore ook S V. 108 Mesa. A 8 Co., El Paso, Texas.