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Thursday Juno 2. 1910.
Say and remainder ot mis we
Our special for this week is an unusually
good one. Silk underwear at a saving that
will undoubetdly appeal to the man who ap
preciates an opportunity to obtain the best
for less than he would have to pay for the
ordinary kind elsewhere.
MEN'S, IfEW SILK TTNDERWEAR 2.50 and
$3.00 values, per suit
In men's summer furnishings we are showing ev
erything that is new and up-to-date in Shirts,
Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear. Not a last
season's style in our whole stock.
The season's newest effects in Cluett Shirts,
quarter sizes in Arrow Brand Collars.
AH the latest shapes in Eoeloff Hats.
We are Sole Agents for the Globe Tailoring Company.
They make hand tailored clothes and we guarantee the fit
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"THE NEW STORE FOR MEN3'
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or foreign lands, but aimong our citizens i stable, cleans up -the corral and is a
we have no right to discriminate either I general utility man. There would not
for or against any .particular person or j be enough -work -for him as only a helper
persons. We have no right to say that to the blacksmith nor enough work to
only one class of our people shall be j occupy two -men to do the blacksmithing
given work, no right to promise any . and shoeing separately. With the unions'
member of any one particular organiza- j plan, we would have to have a black
tion that tfhey and they onhr be the j smith and a horseshoer and then an
chosen ones. "We must be allowed to extra man to work in the stable, mak
hire men according to tSheir efficiency J ing an outlay of $9.50 per day as against
and discharge them it their service is . $6.o0 as it now exists, and this useless
not satisfactory and. not be actuated, by
their standing in any society or their
(power to bring or .dose us political
A Willing Worker.
"This blacksmith in Question does his
work well and is ready at any hour, day J different were it acting for its individual
or night, to obey orders, and in the na- j interests or as a board of directors for a
ture of itihe city s work we must have a private corporation, but we feel that as
are just to us as well as to themselves,
they will aid us in otir efforts to con
duct the affairs of this city impartially
and economically and not interpret this
report as an indication, of opposition to
the unions as a 'body or to their indi
vidual membership, for such is not the
intention of your aldermen. They stand
ready to employ a union man as quickly
as any other desirable good citizen, but
as your responsible representatives, your
council must be unfettered and free to
use their best judgment for the good of
the whole and not held down trammeled,
pledged, to a favored class.
"W. S. Clayton,
"J. I. Hewitt,
To Celebrate July 4.
Blumenthal said: "I have been asked
to bring up the matter on the Fourth
j of July celebration in order that It may
ue ueienmnea wnat me cny tviii ao. x
would not favor our groins to any great
expense, as I think we can have a good
celebration without the expenditure of
any great amount of -money."
The stand the council takes might be l" "?.. f l I ' TZ
p. - - - . - tT.j.i have a petition which was referred to
my committee. Edgar Kayser, chair
man of the merchants committee, was
to have learned just what they wanted
extra expense, the council feels it has no
right to incur, and if it did so, then the
taxpayers would have grounds tor com
Appeal To Fair Minds.
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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Ho "woman who bears children need suffer during the period,
of "waiting, nor at the time of baby's coming, if Mother's
Friend is used as a massage for the muscles, tendons and glands
of the body. Mother's Priend is a penetrating, healthful lini
ment -which strengthens the ligaments, lubricates and renders pliant those
muscles on wilA. the strain is greatest, prevents caking of the breasts by keep
ing the ducts open, and relieves nausea, backache, numbness, nervousness, etc
Its regular use will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger -when the little one
comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, which
contains valuable information for expectant mothers.
THE BRAD FIELD Ba, ATLANTA, G&
man when we need him. and not only in j nmriotic and fair minded citizens, the the p.tv tn rfn -.-.. inform mo nr it thov
prescribed hours. This- man's helper, a ' committee appointed by the labor unions state in their petition that thev want
citizen of El Paso, aJso works in the must approve of our actions and if they the city to appropriate a sum equal to
that they shall raise but they do not
say whether this will be $60 or $600, so
I am waiting to hear from them."
Blumenthal said: "I think they will
want about $1000." .
Mayor Robinson then referred the
matter to the police and sanitary and
finance committees for further "inves
tigation to report back next Thursday.
Wall Cause Trouble.
The removal of an adobe wall on the
east line of W. J. Fewel's property on
j San Antonio and El Paso streets, occu
pied the attention of the council. Fewel
and Quinsella, the owner of the adjoin
ing property, have agreed to erect a
party wall on the property, and Fewel
wants the present adobe wall torn out
so he can begin construction but Rosen
wald, occupant of the property, pro
tested, as it would leave him without
the protection of a wall.
W. L Petticolas representing Rosen-
wald, asked that it be not torn down at
this time. "This thing has happened
i before and I understand that from 55 to
i $10 a day ha sbeen paid while a wall is
! down." he said. "It does slot seem to
me a fair thing to do; the purpose" is to
use the city for a club against Rosen
wald, who is an innocent third part.
' They intend to put in a party wall,
which would require bringing over the
ceiling, floor and front. Maj. Fewel re
fuses to do anything and says he Jjvill
get the cit after these fellows.' If you
condemn It, Quinsella probably would
not take it out and the city would have
to do it and we will practically be out
in the street."
Mayor Rooinson said: "My attention
was called to the danger of the wall and
we investigated it."
Peticolas said: "The wail will have to
come down in three weeks."
Robinson: "We will ask our city at
torney. "We will not do anything against
Peticolas: "I simply ask that, under
the circumstances, the city do not con
demn the wall at this time. Someone
will have to hold up the ceiling. It is
not fair to let Maj. lFewel use the city
as a club. It is a matter between
Fewel, Quinsella and Rosen wald."
Hewitt said: "I believe Mr. Peticolas
Is taking the right view. I know Mr.
Rosenwald is an innocent party. This
was practically understood bj' the coun
cil a week ago and I believe it should
be deferred so they could agree among
Robinson asked how much would .it
cost to put up a false, temporary -wall.
Hewitt: "I expect it would cost about
$100 and would require about one day."
The City's Health.
The week3y report or city health of
ficer, W. H. Anderson, showed a total
of 44 deaths, 11 being Americans, 31
Mexicans and 2 negroes. Thirteen births
of which 6 were Americans, 7 Mexi
cans: 8 being males and 5 females were
reported. The cases of. contagious dis
eases reported existing are: Whooping
cough, 58; smallpox, 9; measles, 20;
scarlet fever 1; typhoid fe"er, 12; 120
inspections were made of dairies, 237 of
meat markets; 25 of slaughter houses,
180 of fruit and vegetable stores and
wagons, 27 of restaurants, 5 of bakeries.
211 of premises, 140 cattle, 22 hogs, 14
calves, 62 sheep, 64 pounds of fruit and
vegetables, 109 pounds of meat con
demned, 5500 vaccination certificates
issued, 1544 persons vaccinated.
Sewer commissioner ,T. W Hadlock's
! report for the week showed 200 feet of
sewer laid in blocks 30 and 44, Alex
ander's addition, 10 y's put in, 30 flush
tanks and manholes examined, two
plugged sewers cleaned. All sewers
running two-thirds full.
The report of building inspector S. B.
Harragt for the month of May showed
S3SS.50 collected, in fees.
The scavenger's report for May show
ed $1351.80 collected.
To Operate Dance Hall.
E. K. Lamb's application for permis
sion to operate a dance hall on Tornillo
street? between Fourth and Fifth streets
was granted with the understanding
that no intoxicants be sold there.
Alderman Clayton stated that the
council as a whole recommended the
denial of the petition of South Stanton
street, between Fourth and Fifth streets
Clayton then read the request of the
labor unions who asked that two union
men be employed at the municipal
blacksmith shop. This was signed by
John C. Sanchez, Timothy O'Toole and
H. M. Walker. The replr of the city
council was then read and approved.
Blumenthal said: ''I recommend that
the matter be referred to the chairman
of the fire and water committee with
power to act."
McGhee recommended that Hewitt be
authorized to act, at the same time
seeking advice of the city attorney.
Sam Silverman asked for a refund
of taxes paid on tenements erected on
lot 11, block 87, Campbell addition. As
it was shown that this improvement was
not made until after March 1, 1909, Mc
Ghee recommended that the taxes be re
mitted on overvaluation of $3000, and
this was done. j
The first estimate of paving" on Rio
Grande street showed $6934.34 due and
this wa; allowed, subject to the ap
proval of the city attorney.
The approach to the Mesa fire sta
tion cost $153 for paving and this was
The bid of the Texas Bitulithic com
pany for paving East Missouri street
from Oregon street to Cotton avenue
was presented and accepted.
Alderman Blumenthal then said that
there had been much opposition to the
huckster ordinances and asked that he
be granted further time to investigate
it before any action is taken. This was
The following petitions were re
ceived and referred to the various com
mittees: Luis Acuna, for permission to allow
his 17yearold son to drive 'bus; to
street and grade committee.
Mrs. M. Spellman, Ida S. Breed. J. D.
Love, Wm. Caples, Clyde V. Nafe, I. L.
Riggs, Mrs. Clara Dwyer. P. P. Smith
estate, J. R. Fisk, to have dirt removed
to sidewalk grade on West Boulevard
between Santa Fe and Corto streets; to
street and grade committee.
Petition from S. D. Blair, J. A. Cog
gin, L. P. Mathews, .Tno. H. Grant, R
Y. Anderson, J. J. Mundy, W. H. Loretz
to have North Kansas street graded
from Hill to High streets; to street and
Turbeville Construction company to
excavate under sidewalk for new Caples
building at northwest corner of Mesa
avenue and San Antonio street; to fire
and water committee
Petition of Pierce Fordyce Oil com
pany for remission of $82.99 penalty
and interest on taxes for 1909; to fin
Petition of SO East El Paso residents
for fire plugs every two blorks; to fire
and water committee.
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Voile and Chiffon Panama Skirts,
Styles Made to Sell
for. $10.50, at . . -
O buy a high class skirt
at the price you usually pay for
an inferior one is the opportunity
presented in this Friday sale.
Nearly two hundred of them are here for
you to choose from made of voile and
chiffon panama, black only, in the plain,
overskirt and tunic effects. Many of the
styles are elaborately braided, some are
trimmed with silk bands and buttons,
while others are plain. The skirts in this
lot are styles made to sell for 8.50 to
$10.50. Friday's special price
Friday Sale of Dress Skirts j
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DEMING- GETS UP LONE STAB COMPANY
A FINE DISPLAY CLOSES MANY SALES
Products in the Chamber of
Deming, X. M., June 2. The chamber
of commerce is installing an exhibit in
the room adjoining tl
in the Deckert block.
Bsiness has been brisk with the Lone
Star Land company this week. Three
sales weie made in as many days by
this company and tw thers are all
closed but the transfer of the p-ipers.
The company has sold the cottage of
rr. J. D. Love for S-tSOO. Jt is loeatfd
on Newman street and was recently fin
ished. The same company lias &old an-
the room adjoining the secretary's office other cottage on Alameda avenue to
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I T-3CT vl Tocr T i. l-Tnn-snri l.:. sold
part of the exhibit is the fruit. There j hiK nouse on North Ange -treet to F
are 12 jars three feet tall containing j E. Brown for $2S50 trougn the Lone
.i-Tmle.: nlnn..; ot-aw timin nftf.t.i.rinps I Star company. Wesley Bes has jv'-
-rr- i ' tn-"t ' i :
And other fruits perfectly preserved in j
tV-TmOII. . -T.T1 Tl.f.- .. - I-?.". .M1Q J-.T lDCfl I
tall jars containing extract of canaigre,
as well as specimens of canaigre, showing ; -rr A T T -0-7- -n a -mtitt
the various products of this root. There ! V JJ-iJJh i JtCiUN OJ
East El Paso through the same agency
f or particulars and money see
window of the Ryan Drug Co.
(Continued l-Tom Page .rue.)
SoBert E. Lee
"A Head of Them AI
One of the greatest generals that ever lived
who was never at loss in emergency.
You will never be at loss for a good smoke
if you buy
. CIGARETTES j
The choice tobacco selected from the pick of the
Piedmont District has made them famous.
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the
leagues" are now packed in Piedmont packages.
Piedmont Cigarettes are packed, ia. TfJV FOIL
I I feattBOTrOBTOE EDOT' 'iv" m$F 1
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it is believed here that the evacua
tion of the east coast is the- only alter
native open to Madrlz to avoid the de
struction of his armies.
Capt. Gilmer has advised the navy
department that the Dubuque, which
landed a force of marines at Bluefields,
had returned to Colon for coal and pro
visions. The department has direc.ed
that the Vicksburg go to Corinto, on
the west coast of Nicaragua and there
relieve the Princeton, which has been
ordered to Puget sound.
A Bloody Week.
This has been the bloodiest week of
the war and the total of the casualties
on both ides will run up into the hun
dreds, including several Americans who
had cast their lots with the revolu
tionists. Rama is up the Rama river 50 miles
from Bluefields. The Madriz attack on
Rama was largely thwarted by the
work of a young American, Phil Pit
man, of Boston, whose system of mines
around Bluefields proved an Important
As the enemy advanced, one of these
mines exploded and a company of Jla
driz men was almost completely anni
hilated. Several other Americans were
handling some rapid fire guns behind
the fortifications at the same time and
the ranks of the advancing army wav
ered and then broke for cover.
That ended the fighting behind Blue
fields for that day. That night Gen.
Estrada brought 300 men down from
Rama to reinforce his troops near
Bluefields and a large searchlight
erected and operated by Guy IMaloney.
of New Orleans, and Samuel Thomas, a
Boer veteran, was kept playing in the
direction of the enemy until a solid
shot from one of the guns of Gen.
Lara's artillery put It out of commis
In the fighting at Rama William
Ross, said to be from Milwaukee. Wis.,
and to have served either in the United
States prmy or navy, was killed In the
tare also specimens ot preserves and.
canned fruits which would be hard to
equal. As the season progresses this
exhibit will be added to, until there is a
truly representative exhtbit'got together.
Tiie Doming Ice & Electric company
has erected poles five miles into the
country with incredible rapidity. The
poles for the main line are already up,
and the wires are being strung. The
farmers are busy getting their wells in
shape to instal pumps and motors. It is
feared that Hie installing of these motors
will be too lite in the sectin to get in
a crop cf anything but beans. How
ever, since beans net $40 per acre in the
valley, there is not much cause to com
plain. Mrs. George Shull leaves Deming this
afternoon for .Uenjphis, Tenn. She will
: SELLS FOR $6000
Upper alley property continues to
j sell with a rising market. K. B. Green
has purchased 122 acres f Ian 1 near
La Mesa in the -YTesilia va'lc for $6000.,
I The greater part of thi ian.h :s under
cultivation and the remaiiulr will bt
planted in alfalfa. Mathews anl Dyer
made the sale and also -olti a cottage at
1207 Boulevard to J. A. Coicgm for
Evergreen cemetery Robert H.
Thorne to S. C. Aubrey, west one-half
lot 94, section J. Evergreen cemetery;
consideration SS3.35; May 12, 1910.
Frankfort street, between Courchesne
and Martinez streets, Altura Park
Orean P. Wilson to James B. Page, lots
visit during t-he summer in Mississippi - and -5 blocIC 41- Altura Park addi
jit... Ar.Qcn.rr. I tion; consideration 10; April 30, 1910.
Montana street, between Williams and
Mrs. B. P. Shull and children left yes
terday afternoon for Elkton, Mo., where
she will be met by her husband. They
will all return to Deminjj in the fall.
Special humane officer E. E. Morrow
arrested W. E- Morris, of t'he El Paso
Building Material company, and he was
docketed a the polaoe station on a
charge of crueltv to animals. Complaint
was made by police sergeant Powell
Roberts t'hat Morris had kept a horse
for 24 hours in harness without food.
Wednesday evening the iiumane offi
cer arrested Tom Castlebury at the
wagonyard on Texas street near the cor
ner of Virginia, and he was also dock
eted on a charge of eruelt' to animals,
Dr. E. M. Brav having made a com
plaint chanring Castleburv with beatins
a team of mules wifch a bheksnake whip.
During the past two weeks that Mor
row has been connected with t'he hu
mane society he thjs taken a dozen crip
pled horses off the streets without ar
resting owners. Morrow says that manv
other horses have been sent't'p the black
smith sihops for shoeing and have been
found to be suffering from lack of attention.
For particulars and money see the
window of the Ryan Drug Co.
MYSTERY SURROlXDINfi DEATH
OF KELLY DISTRICT MITER
Santa Fe, X. M., June 2. Capt. Fred
Fornoff. of the mounted police, was
today 'informed that foreman A. B.
Scheurich, who was supposed to have
died as a result of injuries received in
a fall down a shaft in the Kell mining
district, and who was buried at Taos,
had in reality been murdered. This
fact was brought out by a post mortem
examination by Dr T. P. Martin who
found that Scheurich had been choked
and then struck over the head with a
rock, the wound causing death.
When Scheurich was picked up at
the bottom of the shaft at Kelly he was
unconscious. He was taken to a hos
pital at Albuquerque, where he died
without regaining consciousness He
was then brought to Sant. Fe and from
here taken to Taos for b.irial, where
relatives not satisfied with i.!. certifi
cate of death, asked Dr. Martin to make
an examination. Mounted policeman
Robert Lewis has been detailed to make
Hutton streets, Franklin Heights J.
E. Bishchoff to Frank Scott, lot 24 and
west one-half of lot 25, block 74, Frank
lin Heights addition; consideration
$1665; May 19. 1910.
Frankfort street, between Courchesne
and Martinez streets, Attura Park Jas.
B. Page to Samuel Lefkovetz, lots 25
and 26, block 41. Altura Park addition;
consideration $250; May 31, 1910.
Orchard Park Frank R. Tobin to
Williarn Russell, lots 3 and 4. block 5,
Orchard Park; consideration $490; No
vember 29, 1909.
Orchard Park Frank R. Tobin to
William Russelh lots 1 and 2. block 5,
Orchard Park; consideration $550; May
San Elizario grant George Cushing,
executor to Zach Lamar Cobb, survey
93, on the Island, and survey 155 on the
main land, in San Elizario grant; con
sideration $500; May 31, 1910.
m FEW MHTUTES
PqHeeman Tried and Found
Nob Guilty for Causing
Negro ?s Death.
Policeman Lon Garner T7as tried and
acquitted on the charge of IdlKnfr Charles
Willis in the 34th district convb Wednesday-
At 3:30 the ease went to trial. Four
witnesses who had testified in the pre
liminary hearing were put on the stand
hy tJhe defence. Xo witnesses were put
on by the prosecution and neither dis
trict attorney W. D. Howe fear the state
nor Volney M. Brown, for the defence
made any argument.
Judge James R- Harper instructed the
jury to return a verdict of rtot guilty,
which they did without leaving the box,
and. 25 minutes after the case went to
triail. Garner had been acquitted.
Garner shot and killed Charles Willis,
a negro, on May 8, 1910, in an alley
near the corner of Third and El Paso
streets. Garner had been trying to ar
rest the nero who had been beatinsj his
wife. As the policeman tried to take
ihim to the station, the nejrro jumped
on him and tried to iet the officers
revolver. A tussle followed, Garner
shooting the nejrro twice.
For particulars and money see the
window of the Ryan Drug Co.
For particulars and money see the
window of the Ryan Drug Co.
Watermelons on ice. Phone Ardoin's.
STAND PAT SENATOR
UNAFRAID OF RECORD
Washington, D. C, June 2. During
a discussion with senator Sutherland
on one of his amendments to the rail
road bill today, senator LaFollette told
the Utah senator he would be called
to account for his record. Sutherland
retorted that he already had had such
an experience and was willing to meet
DEMOCRATS WILL ALL
VOTE FOR RVILWAY BILL
Washington, D. C, June 2. An
amendment to the railroad bill by sen
ator Overman, regulating a suspension
of state laws by the issuance of in
junctions in interlocutory proceedings
in federal courts was adopted by the
senate. In view of Its adoption, it was
reported that practically all the Demo
cratic senators will vote for the bill.
Two consignments of cattle from Mex
ico were passed through the local port
Thursday morning, 920 head for John T.
Cameron and 29S head for the Pittman
J. F. Johnson, a mining engineer of
Parral, returned home yesterday after
a week's business trip in this city.
Collin TImmons, a mining engineer
of the City of Mexico, arrived yester
day and is at the Zeiger.
Licensed to "Wed.
George H". Allen and Goldie B. Van
horn. S. E. Maxon and Katie Ronan.
G. TV. Phillips and Nanie May Swain.
J. M. Escobedo and Dolores Martinez
Wm. R. Harper and Marina Denton.
Heavy Fire Losi.
Texarkana, Ark.. June 2. The plant
of the International Lumber and cre
osotlng company together with 125,000
gallons of creosote, 2S carloads of cre
osoted cross ties and a large quantity
of raw material, was destroyed by fire
shortly before midnight. The loss Is
estimated at 5750,000.
One hundred dollars is awaiting the
person- who will escape from the Rus
sian mail sack in 10 times the length,
of time in which Smith and Rosom
liberate themselves on the stage of the
Happy Hour. This money is being dis
played in the window of the Ryan
Drug company. It is, however, un
derstood that no cutting, tearing or
breaking of the bag Is to be done.
Smith and Rosom will begin a fonr
nights' engagement at the'Happy hour
tonight and they promise to give some
thing quite new in "Hindoo mysteries."
It includes the mall sack delivery, box
dlYvery and other mystifying fea
tures. So clever was the mall sack delivery
that the management of the Happy
Hour has decided to give 5100 to any
person who will do the act in 10 times
the amount of time taken by this team.
Besides this big feature there will
be a complete change of program a
the Happy Hour tonight. There wul
be five other acts and motion picture?,
but no advance in prices on account of
the big Hindoo act.
The first show tonight will Ls
promptly at 7:45 and the second show
at 9 oclock.
Don't forget to send the children to
the Saturday matinee, the management
urges. Any seat in the Happy Hour is
10c at the Wednesday, Saturday or Sun
i day matinee.
KILLS A DOG.
Policeman Lon Garner iwas sent to 912
orth Oregon street at 8:30 Thursday
morning to kill a stray dog. The ani
mal had been acting queerly and had
evidently been given a dose "of strychnine.
Topeka, Karis., June 2. Suits to en
join the interstate commerce commis
sion from enforcing its order directing
three transcontinental railroads enter
ing San Francisco and Los Angeles to
cease collecting charges of 52.50 per
car for switching freight cars to side
tracks and spurs for manufacturing and
jobbing firms, were filed here in the
United States circuit court.
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