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"Wednesday, June 15, 1910.
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everybody likes it.
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Distributers for United States, Canada
Mass Meetinsr of Citizens
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.Draws up a rotesr, ior
the Citv Council.
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202 Texas Street,
El Paso, Texas
Surgical and Dental
Mail Orders Receive Prompt and
Visits in Ysleta The Gour-
leys Recover Yalley
Ysleta, Tex June 15. W. H. Lee, who
stopped here on his way to San Antonio,
was accompanied by his little daughter
lady-5. twho was kidnaped from Ms
apartments at the Savoy hotel, Douglas,
Axiz on March 3, and taken into Mex
ico. Siie Teas recovered by Mr. Lee's de
tective but a few days ago. The cMld,
who is only 2 years "old, -was evidently
in ssjed hands during her absence, for
she shewed everv sign of having been j
weii careo. lor. xier nrotner uitu. a suuii
time before the kidnaping.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M Gourley have re
covered from their attack of smallpox
and are out ajin.
M. Schutz, -who underwent an opera
tion at Hotel Dieu, in El Paso, con
tinues to improve,
Mrs. W. E. Downing and son Edward,
after a visit with Mis. A. L. Petenuan,
have returned to EI Paso. Mr3. Down
ing, -who is a sister of county engineer
J V. Eubank. lived here 12 years ago.
he says the valley has fulfilled -what
was predicted for it.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Payne and daugh
ter have moved into their elegant new
IL H. Camngton of .1 Paso, general
freight agent of the Texas & Pacific, is
at Valley Inn for a few days' rest.
3Ir. and Mrs. W. W. Turney, of Ei
Paso, gave an informal but very de
lightful dinner at Valley Inn Tuesday
evening for Mrs. U- S. Stewart, Miss
Virginia Stewart and "Winchester Cooley.
J One of these would amend the Arizona
constitution so as not to bar from the
rights of citizenship those who are un
able to read and -write. The other would
give congress the right of approval or
the constitutions of the two new
It Is thought Mr. Hamilton would
-sice to tnese amendments and
haps other minor cases.
The mass meeting- of the citizens of
the south side called for Tuesday even
ing1, was the largest in numbers of the
several held "in opposition to disease
breeding plants remaining in that sec
tion." Many prominent people were in
the large audience and on the stage,
and several speeches were made, show
ing the Intense interest felt in the mat
ter of sanitation and the desire for the
advancement of that part of the city
of El Paso.
The officers appointed were Luis E.
Alvarez, chairman, and B. S. Rodri
The committee on resolutions was
.composed of M. G. Brassell, S. Salas,
J. A. Samaniego, M. IX, J. A. Escajeda,
D. Montoya, T. M. Platas, J. G. Salazar,
li. J. Herrera, M. Escajeda, Pablo Riv
era, Isidro Martines and Jose RIndon.
After the resolutions were presented
a motion was carried that a committee,
consisting: of the above, with the citi
zens' committee added, attend the meet
ing of the "council at which the resolu- j
tions come before that body.
Dr. J. A. Samaniego pictured the ac
tual sanitary conditions now existing
on the south side of the city, and asked
what was the cause of the extraordi
nary death rate and how it compared
with the death rate of the citizens of
the north side. He said that It tvas
easier to prevent disease than it was
to cure It. The number of deaths among
the Mexican people caused by tubercu
losis was alarming, he said, and he was
sure that the poor sanitary conditions
on the south side were due to the many
disease breeding establishments.
T. "f Tlntn3 ;afr? that flio eontVi s?l
rnnct IriQict on croiifin- tlio rtiA r-f tfiA
city council in order to have It cleared
of these objectionable concerns. The
American people, he was sure, were not
aware of the serious sanitary conditions
existing- and he believed that these con
ditions -would soon affect them by the
daily contact with those living on the
J. A. Escajeda said that the citizens
who resided on the north side had no
conception, in a general way, of the
deplorable conditions that exist on the
south side, and he hoped that they
would take notice. He also claimed
that the south side was being made a
dumping ground for all the trash and
refuse from the north side.
J. G. Salazar, Tenreiro, L. J. Herera
and B. S. Rodriguez made addresses.
Attorney Lafuente spoke of the Indi
vidual rights which the laws in the
different countries accord citizens. In
his opinion the welfare of the public
In general was far more important than
the interests of any particular concerns
The committee on resolutions report-
"Hot Weather Sale
" Kitchen Cabinets
A kitchen cabinet is a kitchen necessity. Never
before, and we believe never again, will you
be able to bin such bargains as we offer in
kitchen cabinets. The four following specials
are continued tomorrow. We are slightly over
stocked in kitchen cabinets.
Offer No. 1
$45.00 Kitchen Cabinets $25.00
Golden oak finish; the top is white enameled
inside, has flour bin: the base has aluminum
extension top that slides out about a foot to
give you more room. Regular $45.00 Kitchen
Offer No. 2
$38.00 Kitchen Cabinets $21.00
The top part has a flour bin and other com
partments; base has oak top and a cake box
made in one of the drawers. Regular 3S.0O
Kitchen Cabinets; special
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Offer No. 3
$32.00 Kitchen Cabinets $18.90
Same as offer Xo. 2, but slightly different ar
rangement of drawers, compartments, etc Reg
ular $32.00 Kitchen Cabinets; fa Q - qa
Offer No. 4
$25.00 Kitchen Cabinets $13.75
These are like 2 and 3, but the base has a.
soft wood, instead of an oak top. Regular
$25.00 Kitchen Cabinets; j Q mr
special tomorrow J& xO O
EXTRA ?9.00 Kitchen Cabinet
Bases; special tomorrow
Specials in Enameled "Ware and Galvanized
Ware will again be offered tomorrow in the
basement. Don't fail to take advantage of
BAYE A HARD ROW
Does Not Look as If the Bill
Would Have a Very Fa
Washington, D- C, June 'lo. State
hood does not appear to have clear
The great difficulty in the way of
Ftatehoed lies in the radical differ
ences between the house and senate
bills. It is asserted as practically
certain that the senate -will accept only
ti.t bill which originated in that body,
known as the Beveridge bill. TJiere is
also a practical certainty that the
b use would not accept the senate
Hamilton, the author
cf the house bill, says unquallfiedly
that so far as he is concerned, it -would
The Hamilton bill passed the house
almost without opposition, and it is
generally conceded that Hamilton's
opinion in statehood matters would
carry muoh weight in that body
Ke lately has had many conferences
-with president Taft and he is convinced
that Taft prefers the house bill.
It is said the president would like
to see the house bill adopted by the
senate with two material amendments. i
Retired Army Officer Tried
for Murdering Dr. A. S.
Tombstone, Ariz., June 15. "NTdt
guilty," was the verdict returned in the
case of Capt. Stephen O'Connor, U. S A.
.Mt,ifed,hose trlal on the charge of
killing Dr. A. S. Russell was held here
Dr. Russell, following a quarrel, on
January 2S, with Capt. O'Connor at
Duquesne. a mining camp IS miles from
ogales, was found with his breast torn
and his lungs perforated with shot from
a shotgun. He died within an hour
charging Capt. O'Connor with the crime!
Bad blood existed between the men for
five years There were no witnesses to
the shooting of Dr. Russell.
-,o?pt" 'Connr came to Arizona in
I860 as a scout and entered the army
He was retired from the army 11 years
ago upon his return from the tmh.
Pines, since which he has lived almost
tumiuuuusiiy on nis Isolated mining I
claims. He was once given a hearing on
ov, ,. .i,rScu insanity, Dut was
acquitted. He is the father 'of Mai
O Connor. U. S. A., who attended the
"" "a carea tor the cai
O'Connor pleaded guilty.
. feet entangled in his bathing trunks. He
I Cfinl- thro .1 1 " -
.. mice uiuw aim wnen rescued it
to5, ? long time to resuscitate him.
Tiile ndimr his motorcycle at a rapid
speed, Alex Vasil ran into a guv rope,
vJ"? t""?1 J,"111 under h cln and
lifted him bodily from the wheel ;Mr
asal is suffering with a swollen neck
l A- Fairba"ks -was seriously burned
at the Coipper Queen smelter. About a
year ago his wife was burned to death
in Lowell by a gasoline explosion.
Kcibert Hennessv left, f- To ai
Calif, with the remains of his father'
I Whrt ilinn mnra ir 1CC.4 .1- -I. -ii i .
JT v -Y i - J- -aicii win De in
terred beside his mother's grave.
Gustave tJnatz, who was arrested in
Los Angeles was brought back to Bisbee
by shenfi White to face a charge of
passing alleged counterfeit bank drafts
B Marquez, formerly police judge at
La Cananea, Mex., contemplated the
erection of a cigar factory art this dis
trict. Miss 3L Bedolo has arrived from
1 empe, where she has been attending the
formal school, to spend her vacation at
Thomas Dacre left for Liverpool,
ed the following appeal to
council, which was adopted:
Whereas, Several petitions and pro
tests made by the citizens and resi
dents of the south side to the city
council, with the moral support of al
most the entire community of the citj'
-of El Paso behind us at present in op
position to stock yards and all other
disease breeding establishments remain
ing within the city limits; and
Whereas, It is alleged that it is the
intention of these obnoxious interests
to "slip in" under the guise that "If
properly kept in a clean and sanitary
condition they can remain," which is
simply, in our opinion, as well as nine
tenths of old others a subterfuge to se
cure positive location and also "vested
rights," and so make their removal al
most impossible, while the citizens suf
Whereas, It is known to us and thou
sands of others that it i3 an utter
Impossibility to keep such plants in
even a half-way clean condition, let
alone perfect sanitation, as the drop
pings continually each day and night
from 1000 or more cattle, is, and would
continue to be horrible In their stench
and disease breeding action, and would
take the combined efforts of a battal
ion of daily cleaners, that would be
necessary to remove such filthy and un
healthy deposits, and even thn no san
itary physician would pronounce tn.c
same clean; and
Whereas, The almost daily wanton
display of dead cattle being carried
65c and 75c Remnants of Printed Lin
oleum are an Extra Special the remain
ing four days at 45c.
$1.50 and $1.75 remnants of Inlaid Lin
Ingrain Carpet, worth 60c a yard; Extra
Special, 37 l-2c.
Ingrain Carpet, worth 85c a yard; Extra
df 2I6-18 San Antonio St.,
Special 50c . jf F1 EL PASQ- -TEXAS.
!By Charles Klein and TUT TU 100 Of-PP!- Copyrigllt, 1910, By
Arthur Hornblow lilF ISllOli 1 1 1 11 II I I G. W. Dillingham Co
Curtain Xets, worch 25c and 30c a yard;
Extra Special remaining; 4 days at 18c
Roman Stripe Couch Covers. 3 yards
wide by 50 inches long. These are regu
lar $1.25 values : Extra Special remaining
4 days, 80c
Leather Rope Portieres, wortlh ,12.00
and $15.00. TVe include them in Hot
Weather Sale at ?S.75.
SYNOPSIS OU I'RfiVIOUS CUAPTEIW.
Howard Jeffries marries waitress
while at college and is disinherited Dy
rich father. Stepmother visits apart
ments of her old flame. Robert Under
wood, to try to prevent him ending his
life when pressed by creditors. Howard,
visiting Underwood, a fdrmer college
mate, seeking a loan, is asleep in tha
on trainsl through the streets right in j apartments during the interview ana
as stepmotner leaves, unaerwoou siiuuu
the populous south side resident parts,
and thence dropped out of the trains
onto the streets and there remain until
time is fit for their removal, Is an evil
that no people can legally be made to
stand for; therefore, be it
Resolved, That this petition and pro
test made by the people to your honor
able body, is advocated and desired in
the maintenance of health and
SWIMMER ALMOST DROWNS
IN BISBEE BATHING POOL
Motorcycle Rider Lifted from Wheel hv
Guy Rope; Ranges Again Dry
Cattle Are Suffering.
Bisbee, Ariz., June 15. vhiTo it, o
swim mine pool. "William TtoTnr, 4- t,: J mv ,-.,o,-c u: ,i
- , '. - "-iviuu K"l illo 1li uuijcurai uui lailiuics ii.UU.
citizens generally. We also respect
fully ask the council to deal with this
matter without any temporizing or
delay, but to issue an ordinance at once,
allowing a stated time of 60, or even
90 days, for their removal outside of
the city limits, and thus recognize our
efforts for relief, and so afford us an
opportunity to meet the efforts of the
people and council in beautifying the
entire city by having the south side
help and participate in the general ad
vancement. "With stock yards and all
other disease breeding plants in our
midst this can never be accomplished,
much as may all wish for its fulfil
ment. It is now, and ever will be, an
Issue between the people's health and all
disease breeding plants within the city
himself. Howard awakens and is ar
rested and, by police third degree meth
ods, is made to confess to tne crime.
His wife seeks aid of his family. Goes
to see husband at prison. He tells her
he is not guilty.
Try this food and you will find it the best breakfast
food ever eaten. It's most nutritious, being made from
Wheat, Rice, Oats, and Barley.
Ask Your Grocer
Eneland. He will return this fall ac
companied 3r his wife.
The B. A. Y. lodge held its regular
meeting at the Fair hall Tuesday flight.
After the session, !Mrs. Elmer Hall enter
tained the members and their friends
with a dance.
Dr. :Massey has gone to La Cananea to
Notwithstanding the relief afforded bv
the rain 15 days ago, cattle are again
!Mrs. Geo. Meyer was taken to the
hospital, being seriously ill. Her hus
band is the master mechanic of the
Roe flatting!-, a licensed pharmacist,
has arrived from Tucumcari, !N. M., to
take a position with the Lowell i)ru"
St. Paul, Minn., June 15. The Pio
neer Press says that the policy of re
trenchment threatened by the railroads
because of federal activity in prevent
ing an increase in freight rates, is be
ing put into force. So far it has meant
the laying off of about 10,000 laborers
in the northwest. Orders have been re
ceived from headquarters to stop prac
ticalb' all new construction.
(Continued From Yesterday.)
It was a glad home-coming to the
little flat in Harlem. To Howard, aft
er spending so long a time in the
narrow prison quarters, It seemed like
paradise, and Annie walked on air, so
delighted was she to have him with
her again. Yet there were still anxi
eties to cloud their happiness. The
close confinement, with Its attendant
,worry, had seriously undermined How
ard's health. He was pale and atten
uated, and so weak that he had sev
'eral fainting spells. Much alarmed,
Annie summoned Dr. Bernstein, who
administered a tonic. There was noth
ing to cause anxiety, he said, reas
suringly. It was a natural reaction
after what her husband had under
gone. But it was worry as much
as anything else. Howard worried
about his father, with whom he was
only partially reconciled; he worried
about his future, whieh was as pre
carious as ever, and most of all he
worried about his wife. He was not
ignorant of the circumstances which
had brought about his release, and
while liberty was sweet to him, it had
been a terrible shock when he first
heard that she was the woman who'
had visited Underwood's rooms. He
refused to believe her sworn evidence.
How was it possible? Why should she
go to Underwood's rooms knowing he
was there? It was preposterous. Still
the small voice rang in his ears per
haps she's untrue! It haunted him
till one day he asked point-blank for
an explanation. Then she told that
she had perjured herself. She was not
the woman. Who she really was she
could not say. He must be satisfied
for the present with the
that it was not his wife.
he was content. Yv'hat did he care for
the opinion of others? He knew that
was enough! In their conversation on
the subject Annie did not even men
tion Alicia's name. Why should she?"
Weeks passed, and Howard's health
did not improve. He had tried to find
a position, but without success, yet
every day brought its obligations
which had to be mex. One morning
Annie was bustling about their tiny
dining room preparing the table for
their frugal luncheon. She had just
placed the rolls and butter on the
table, and arranged the chairs, when
there came a ring at the front door
bell. Early visitors were not so in-
afraid hell break down unless "
"Unless what?" she demanded, anx
iously. He hesitated for a moment, as if un
willing to give utterance to words he
knew must inflict pain. Then he
"Your husband is under a great
mental strain. His inability to sup
port you, his banishment from his
proper sphere in the social world is
mental torture to him. He feels his
position keenly. There is nothing else
to occupy, his mind but thoughts of
his utter and complete failure in life.
I was talking to his father last night,
"And what?" she demanded, draw
ing herself up. She suspected what
was coming, and nerved herself to
"Now, don't regard me as an enemy,"
said the doctor in a conciliatory
tone. "Mr. Jeffries inquired after his
son. Believe me, he's very anxious.
He knows he did the boy a great in
justice, and be wants to make rap
"Oh, he does?" she exclaimed, sar
castically. DrJ3ernstein hesitated for a moment
before replying. Then he said, lightly:
"Suppose Howard goes abroad for a
few months with his father and
"Is that the proposition?" she de
manded. The doctor nodded.
"I believe Mr. Jeffries has already
spoken about it to his son," he said.
Annie choked back a sob and, cross
ing the room to conceal her emotion,
stood with her back turned, looking
out of the window. Her voice was
trembling as she said:
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Xguigmi. on May SI, during
which the Arabs lost 120 killed
and the French nine killed and
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frequent as to cause surprise, so, with
out waiting to remove her apron, she
went to the door and opened it. Dr.
"Good morning, Mrs. Jeffries," he
said, cheerily. Putting down his medi
cal bag, he asked: "How is our pa
tient this morning?"
"All right, doctor. He had a splen
did night's rest. I'll call him."
"Never mind, I want to talk to you."
Seriously, he went on: "Mrs. Jeffries,
your husband needs a change of scene.
He's worrying. That faintinp- snll tha
assurance i .. , . ,
With that other da was only a symptom. I'm