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Friday. July 15, 1910. " L PASO HERALD MICE COOL TO EAT. THE INN. Vo. 6 Pioneer Plaza. Opp. Sheldon. Best chop house in city, "with buffet in j connection. 35c mercnants- mncn uom 11 1111 2:3i. THE EASTERN GRILL. We cater to people """ho appreciate good things to eat. Bell Phone 4S2. 304 El Pao St. THE SILVER GRILL 100 SAX ANTONIO ST. GVod meals our specialty. Auto phone 1S12. SANITARY RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 217 X. STANTON. We please people who like good things to eat. Auto, phone 2335. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. 210 MESA AVE. We please people who insist on "taste." Auto phone 2051. WOOD'S. 405 N. OREGON ST. In connection with our confectionery xnd- cold drinks we serve tasty cold lunches. Auto phone 1330. Too Late To Classify. A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent In care oi The Herald oXTice were awaiting the following d vemsers this morning. i These replies should be failed for no: later than one week after- being bulle tined; A. H. C A. K. 1S Gm CI- xx. KL Z2 H L. 27 L. M. x a P. 135 Q. L. T. V 22 U. 20b U. 191 W. W. P. X- X. 44 X. German Ranch 291 432 276 3253 CLEAN COOL ROOMS, summer rates. 34 E. Overland. WANTED A COOK at 1405 Montana. FOR R3XT Front cool room, with bath. 104 S. Florence St, WANTED 6 good carpenters, 50c : per hoUr 9 hour day: none but good first clls men need apply. 1703 Wyoming, In shop. J- -J- Barr. 0T a fountain pen mounted half in a and half in pearl, J-nltlals E. M. In pen. Reward if returned to Ernest H. Moeller. lobby of Herald building. WANTED Position, yardman or team ster, references given, lllo E- Mis souri. T T I ..k'l "IS W- Franklin. J10 rooms $60,00 1415 Nevada St, 5 rooms. --j0 1116 E. Missouri, 4 rooms........ 18-00 614 N. El Paso St, 5 rooms (fur.) 2o.00 13 Newman St. 4 rooms 15-00 513 If. Campbell, 4 rooms 1 1-00 10 X. El Paso St. 5 rooms 2a.00 1411 Nevada St. 5 rooms -o-00 411 Willow St 5 rooms......... 22.o0 .. a o.Af.An 3. rnnms ij.li-j... -w. tnT Tinnivard. 4 room uat 25,00 Hafford & Collier, 417 Mesa Ave. 3eU Phoaa 818c OLD 2IE-ICO. 51.00 PER ACRE. 38 000 and 73,000 acre tracts 35 miles from city of 40,000. mountain range and timber tract, good fertile valleys and table lands; plenty of water and fine grass; a splendid stock ranch or coionlzine proposition. We axe the pioneers for low prices on Mexico lands. eima& S boh, S04 Mesa Ave. Bell Phone 914. FOR RENT. Two nice 4 room brick "houses near S- "W. shops, and convenient to foun dry, at $12.50 per month. Nc Tnan & Son, Phone 914. 304 Mesa Ave. BROKEN GLASSES? Ask SsgalL 3ITLES, HORSES, POND3S, WAGONS for sale cheap. Stanton St. Wagon Yard. . SQUINTING THE EYES Is caused from defective vision. Per fectly fitted glasses will relieve it in stantly. Geo. D. Kendall, 2fS Mesa Ave. Makes Glasses Right For Sale Beal Estate. rnr?IBRES VALLEY LANDS are mak ing buyers money. No better Invest ment Lands are cheap now, but rap Idly advancing. For full and reliable fr formation write me today. T. L. i-orv. Reel Estate Dealer, Dealing, X M- TIVO BARGAINS ON EASY TERMS. 1622 Boulevard, 4 room brick, lot 37-12i. Price only $3000. Ml Mesa. Ave., 5 room brick, only $5.0. These properties are becoming more valuable every day. See them today. FRANK R. TOBIN, OWNER, Bl Paso and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271. MONEY AT 5 PERCENT TO BUILD AND FmE INSURANCE. ... --f" a.rues ami es- peciany so ii you naven t mem. oan3 oi percent in amounts oi yiuu ana up oan can be returned in 1 eayv monthly payments like rent, or can be returned annually j spmi-annually or quarter! j-. a saving . or$41.3 in interest as compared to S nercent. Lift tae hlirh Interest mort- . era-res and quit paying rent Of course. ! If you have anything to insure you want it insured and at a reasonable rat- Agents waited on good commission or both nrepositlOTis. STANDARD HOME CO., 213-26 Herald Building. Too Late To Classify. SHOP 3IEX TAKE XOTICE. I A modern new 4 rapm cottage, lot 37xl40. Gas, electric light and sewer. Yard highly improved, with hadge and shrubbery. This is something choice and has been priced ery low to effect a quick sale. Will make any terms to suit purchaser. Price $2300. Cu&aidy & Davidson. FOR SALE OX ACCOUNT OF BUSINESS. Compelling owner to locate perman ently In California, will sacrifice his beautiful 2 story 8 room house on Bio Grande; 2 full lots, south front, com pletely furnished. Unusual value for a quick sale. Cusaldy & Bavidhon.' FOR RENT 5 rooms modern, north side, 5 minutes walk from postoffice. J $27.50. Cassldy Jfc Davidson. IN THE SCO -BLOCK OX RIO GRANDE STREET. 40x120, south front, with a modern 4 room cottage, parking paid. Reduced to ?3600 for a quick sale. Any reason able tefms; pav!ng and parking paid. Crt8ldy & Davidson. 211 St Louis St. Both Phones. WANTED Woman to hlp with housework 2 hours each day; good pay. Call Bell phone 3733. A HOME FOR YOU. The chance of a lifetime to get 3 corner lots "with 3 room frame house with large porch, 1 block from Fort Bliss car line in East El Paso. Owner leaving city and must sell. Price has been reduced to $950 for quick -sale; 1-3 cash. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 491; Auto. 1768. MRS. E. VAUGHN. Sll N. Campbell St., can receive a ticket good for two re served seats at the Happy Hour thea ter by calling at The Herald office I Classified Ad. department with this ad. FOR SALE. We have a few of our new houses left Better call quick. They are go ing fast at our low prices and easy payments. The Great Texan Realty Co., Trust Building. YOUNG MAN, permanent resident, de sires room; state particulars. 113, care Herald. A COMPLETE GRINDING PLANT For making glasses. GEO. D. KEN DALL Makes Glasses Right FOR SALE Confectionery, good loca tion; fine proposition, cheap rent, lease; consideration about 52000 or will trade for city property or valley land. Phone Auto. 1005. Address H., care Herald. FOR RENT Dining room and kitchen, well furnished; -will rent on reason able terms. Apply Queen Hotel, Doug las, Ariz. EYEGLASS COMFOKT? Ask Segall. ?ST,0 FOR $C50 CASH 1 lots in Mili tary Heights, south front corner. Phone 169 Bell. LOST Small old fashioned gold brace let engraved "Willie" inside. Reward l r i 3 . f-t-tn -. - j ii. reiuiueu xo xj.j.0 .Nevaaa. FOR RENT 3 furnished housekeeping rooms, clean and all conveniences. 1324 Magoffin Ave. Phone Auto. 184S. BEST ROOMING HOUSE IN CITY. Less than 2 blocks from postoffice, north side, 24 rooms, elegantly fur nished, carpets practically new and everything neat and clean. Nothing better in the city. Rooms all full. Price right; terms on part If you want a good -paying proposition this is vour chance. Anderson-Bennett Realty Co Rooms 27 and 2S Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 491. Auto. 176S. GEO. D. KENDALL, 208 Mesa Ave.. Makes Glasses Right 28 YEARS EXPERIENCE FITTING EYES. Geo. D. Kendall, 20S Mesa Av,e. 3G ACRES ALL IN CULTIVATION. 25 acres in wheat and alfalfa: flrst class soil. This is a fine little place. xet us talk with you about it Only j R, C. Bailey Land Co., 306 Mesa." Orndorff Hotel Bldg. FOR RENT. Some nice 5 room cottages and 4 room fiats with large screened porches at summer rates. FIsk Realty Co. Trust Building. FOR RENT 1 furnished front room for gentleman; close In. Call at 317 Upson Ave., or phone 2S40 Bell. WANTED A family residing In El Paso, but spending summer in the mountains of New Mexico, wants good cook Immediately; position permanent if satisfaction given. W. A. Hawkins. Day phone 3S20; night- phone 824. EYE TROUBLE? ASK Segan. FOR RENT In Highland, Park, a neatly furnished 2 room cottage with large sleeping porch. Apply at 426 Gold St CORNER ON BOULEVARD. Very close In, 3 blocks west of Houston park, 52x120, improved. 3or a quick sale $8900, good terms. ' Broaddna & Leavell, 216 Texas St VALLEY LAND BARGAIN. 30 acres all in firstclass stand of alfalfa; well located on the main road and main ditch at $90 per acre. R, C. Bailey Land Co., 305 Mesa. Orndorff Hotel Bldg. VENDOR LIEN NOTES FOR SALE They will pajT you 10 percent interest Write P. O. box 949. FOR BETTER GLASSES Ask Segall. BY CALLING AT TQE HERALD office Classified Ad. department with this ad. S. M. Mattar, Copia and T. & P. Sts., can receive a ticket good for two re served seats at the Happy Hour. CAN YOU BEAT THIS? 16 acres about 4 miles below the city. This is the best Improved tract i to be had this near the city. Has fine room cottage with bath, about 35 chicken houses, 300 chickens, 11 acres in alfalfa, good pumping planl and machinery. Price right, terms. Anders,on-Bcnn,ett Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 2S Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 491; Auto. 176S. EXCURSIONS TO OUR LANDS In tropical Mexico once a month. Now is the time of your life. $10 down, $5 a month, buys 10 acres. $20 down, S10 per month, buys 20 acres. $40 down, $20 per month buys 40 acres of orange and banana land in the rain belt; no irrigation required. One acre is worth four in the states. Write for our literature, booklet and excursion rates. Agents "wanted pvervwhere. Butler Land Co., 303 Texas St. PLANT YOUR DOLLARS WHERE THEY WILL GROW. infi noros in fht T Hninn nt-?,.f 75 acrea in ,vheat and alfalfa, balance cottonwood timber, strictly firstclass level soil - have a price of 5S0 oer acre on this for a short time; -od terms ' R. C. Bailey Land Co., 306 Mesa. Orndorff Hotel Bldg. ' TWO EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS. Five room cottage within 3 blocks Cleveland square on Upson Ave., south front, lot and half, $4400. Five Toom cottage. 3300 block, Ala meda Ave., south front; lot 50x150 Price $500 below the market Anderson-Bennett Realty Co., Rooms 27 and 28 Bassett & Edwards Building. Bell 491; Auto. 3708. COOL ROOMS WITH BATH In Juarez; nicest furnished rooms, located in the center of town; reasonable prices. Only decent people wanted. No. 20 Lerdo Ave. Mils fllfc jpr-jriHBfcSrf rsm Kj3sy?''S5?w4ySfe 113P'H45l l58T-i "iQiX - ) U Q "' v IJS) MJ qJJ ci COLS -T M . U(UUJ xjt---- jj u n u c? The Herald worth advertising. y RAILROAD NEWS SOTJTHWESTEBN HAS , .. . - ,-.-rr r 3TW0 DERAILMENTS TT OU- 4- T T J O-tTTTlT UHlOn OtatlOn aia OWltCn Proves Hoodoo for Lo comotives. Two engine deraI'n'ns vKhni space of 24 hours in the same place oc- U7'? UQi0 Ston Th"rSday and Friday. Engine Iso. 138 pulling east- bound Southwestern train No. 2, was de- railed at the east opening to the union station yards just as It as leaving the station Thursday afternoon at 6.55 oclock, delaying that train an hour. Friday morning engine No. 3 39, car rying train No. 34, which left the feta tion at S a. m., was derailed &i tne same spot delaying the trail vntii S.57. ! A Southern Pacific switch exiglne pu'led the derailed engine back on the track and the train left the station by back ing to the G. H. roundhouse, theu trans ferring to the Southwest-rn mam line on1 the transfer track. Spreading rails are supposed to have caused the derail ments. RAILROADS WORK 3IEN TOO LONG; FACE GOVERNMENT STJITS Kansas City. Mo., -July 15. Charging violation of the "hours of service" act suits aggregating $42,000, In penalties were broughtagainst various railroads by Leslie J. Lyons, United States dis trict attorney In the federal court In Kansas City and Jefferson City. The "hours of service act" prohibits the employment of trainmen more than 16 'hours in any consecutive 24 hours. The suits follow: Missouri Pacific, S22.000; St. Louis & San Francisco, S3700; Missouri, Kan sas & Ti xas, $12,500; Chicago, Great Western, $2600; and Kansas City South ern, $400, Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, ChQlera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer. It cannot be ob tained on board the trains or steamers. Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by all druggists. Too Late To Classify. NEED GLASSES ASH -St-grall-FOR RENT. 604 Stewart 8 rooms $ 40.00 S09 N. Ochoa, G rooms 27.50 1216 Missouri. 4 rooms ... 15.00 1220 Missouri. 4 rooms....'. 15.00 1119 N. Virginia, 8 rooms 45.00 608 N. Ocnoa St., 6 rooms 30.00 1216 N. Kansas, 5 rooms 28.00 704 Arizona St, 5 rooms 27.50 S01 Arizona St. 5 rooms 30.0? 604 N. Virginia St., 5 rooms 25.0( 606 N. Virginia St, 5 rooms 25.09 2211 Texas St.. 4 rooms 15.01 359 St Louis St., store rooms 12c.00 611 San Antonio St, store room.. 75.00 Au-tin & Marr, Telephone 352. FOR SALE BY OWNER 20 room adobe house in Bassett addition. Call or address 121 Erie St., Highland Park. LOST Knight Templar charm, mark C. H. S. Return to Texas Grand ho tel or phone Bell 362. Reward. Chas. H Smith. LET US BOND YOU. Why ask your friends to go on your bond when we furnish bond at a small cost in one of the best compan ies in the United States., the Title Guaranty and Surety Co. See us. Bronddus Lea-rell, 216 Texas St Announcements. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. 4 I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1. Place No. 2. El Paso county. I solicit your vote subject to Democratic pri mary July 23. 1910. E. H. Watson, El Paso, Texas. DISTRICT CLERK The Herald is authorized to announce O. M. Talley as a candidate for District Clerk, subject to the Democratic pri maries July 23. 1910. SHERIFF. ! I hereby announce myself a candi date for sheriff of EI Paso county sub ject to the Democratic primaries Jui 23. 1910. F. J. Hall. Masonic Notices. EL PASO LODGE. NO. 130, A. F. fc A. M. Regular meetings 1st and 3rd to Buiieauctys- a., eacn montc. j-r L- E Glllett, W. M. Mesa July f?' E. W. S. Neff. Secy. Masonic Relief Board 106 Ave.: hours 10 a. m to 12 m. Lodge of Instruction Fridav, 15th. 7:30 p. m. A.ifc A. S. RITE OF" SfltEK MASONRY. Meets the. second and third Mondays of each month In Masonic Temple. W. H. McCnlloujrh. Secy. SELECT DANCING ASSEMBLY, PRATEItVAL BROTHERHOOD HALL, EVERY' SATURDAY' NIGHT. carries every vacant j G. H. STRIKE TO BE i I CONTINUED FR03I ST. LOUIS T"e organizersUf the G. H. raaintcn- ance of way strike have shaken the dust of Texas from their feet. Because the coad refused to agree to relnstarc all i of the striking employes to their old positions regardless of their affiliations, ; the organization refused to call otf tlv Golden State Limited train, due to ar strike and dochire thev will ntii u- rive In El Paso at 12:40 p. m. from the strike from St. Louis, th headquar- the wes, was reported due at 2:10 J ters of the brotherhood of ma.n'enana.' a ! of way employes. o I ORIENT RUSHES GRADING FORWARD i ,, ,. 1ij ! rel Rio, Texas, July lo.The third j jading outfit has begun work on the , Ox-lent extension north from here to I OU.Il A.IigClJ UU a. & ic.it uv.u. "-. ....- is now under construction. All of tne outfits are throwing more earth than the time contracts call for and every effort is being put forth to rush the en- i tire line to an early completion. i-tocai commiLttis aic uus.v uu)i(, right of way options on two separate terminal routes. Right of way through the county is being procured. SPECIAL CAR FOR DOUGLAS. Southwestern car "Alamojr .rdo was deadheaded to Douglas Thursday after noon to be used by Waiter Doujrlas, vice Dresident of the Sonl-irK extern, who will go to Bisbee on a spe.lal train :5at urday morning. ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. Roadmaster Butler of em Pacific, at Deming. N h" 3outh M.. was in the city Friday. W. H. Whalen, superintendent of the Tucson division of the S. P., with head quarters at Tucson, was io the city Tnursday. D. F. Bucker, superinrendent of the National railways, arrived In the vily Fridav morning on the train from the south in private car No. 7. H. L. Grcham, baggage master at tne union station left Fridnr morning for Los Angeles, where he will loin Mr3. Graham. They will visit in San Fran cisco and other California points during Mr. Graham's vacation. G. S. Waid, superintendent oC the El Paso division of the G. IL, ' returned Friday morning from New Orlvous, where he went on business concerning the increase of pay recently granred thtf telegraphers and yard men. Jack Kersey, an employe at the ?Ut!;lerPS:IfLTlir his recent illness and returned to his work. John Brown, hostler at the Southwest ern shops, will leave soon for a visit to his relatives back east. Jack Simpson, 2. local railroad man, left Thursday for Cleveland, Ohio, and other points in the east. He may reside in Cleveland in the future. Jack Thorp, formerly a machinist in the locail G. H. shops, Is expected from California soon. He has been working with the S. P. company in California. THE WEATHER. Forecast. For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and Saturday fair. For West Texas: Tonight and Sat urday generally fair. For New Mexico: Tonight and Sat urday generally fair. Temp era tore. Highest temperature at El Paso last 24 hours, 92 degrees; lowest last 12 hours, 70 degrees. Temperature taken at G a. m. Friday. Cloudcroft, N. M., July 15, 9 a. m. Weather for the past 24 hours, calm, partly cloudy.' Maximum temperature. 70; minimum, 45. Precipitation, none. Mrs. A. A. KaminskI is in the eastern markets purchasing a new stock of fall aud winter millinery. FAST AMERICAN RACING YACHT. The speed bont Intruder on a American intercuts In the race for rnced for at Lnrchmont, utenr New miles an hour. IM room or house ews revihes Trnln Bulletin. o clock. Train No. 10, The Sunset Lim ited, due in El Paso at 6 p. m., is re ported due at 7:30 o'clock. Both train were delayed by engine failures. All other afternoon and evening trains are reported on time. Strike Possible. Philadelphia, Pa., July 15. Pennsyl vania railroad wage conferences today resulted in no agreement. It is an nounced that the men have left the time for calling a strike in the hands of a committee of six. Elherta Peache 5o Cents Crate. The largest, finest, nicest, most lus cious Elberta peaches we ever saw, a whole carload, 50 cents a crate. Order I quick if you want some for 'preserving. Phone 352. Snys He Drove Dogs Around World. Los Angeles, Cal., July 15. William Brown of St. Johns, N. F., has arrived here in a cart drawn by four dogs? claiming that his arrival in' this citv completes a 25,000 'mile journey iri his unusual -ehicle, thereby winning a wa ger of $10,000. Dr. W. R. Weeks, 711 Texas street Chronic diseases. Plafrue In Hawaii. Honolulu. H. I., July 15. Following closely upon a death from plague last week, two more susnprtpil rnc iroro placed in quarantine Thnrsdav. Thoro I nas been but one death he; plague since July, 1S07. from We Make the Price on Peaches. It's here you can get Elberta peaches for 50 cents a crate. A carload came this morning, but they are going fast. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Dr. Gallagrher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to 11 a. in.. 2:S0 to 4:30 p. m. l Preserving Peaches. "Will rnn "t fVio nlx-nf TGMo 0 Peaches today for 50 cents a crte, may ; be higher In a few days, better buy now. Jackson s Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Bijc Elk 'Pnradc. Detroit, Mich., July 15. The feature of the national reunion of Elks was a parade of 20.000 members of the order Thursday. The marching organization sti-etched five miles in length and re quired two hours to pass a given point. Dr. Cajmeron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Over Guarantee shoe store. Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags. El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. Preserving Peaches. You can get the nicest Elberta peaches today for 50 cents a crate, may be higher in a few days, better buy now. Jackson's Snnltnry Grocery, Phone 353. C. L. Billlnjrton, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489. painting, paper hanging, decorating Settlinjr a Bonndnrj". Washington, D. C. July 15. The con ferences at the state department over the Peru-Ecuador boundary dispute in which the United tSates. Argentina and which the United States, Argentina and putants together on a peaceful basis, pending arbitration by the king or Spain, were suspended temporarily af ter Thursday's meeting. This was to permit consultation by cable between tri I spin nt Lnrehmoui,X. Y. Thl boat th British international cup. The tro Yo k on August 20. The Intruder 1m aa M 1 I? I 5 Peru and Ecuador and their representa tive here concerning the representa tions so far made. We Make the Price on Peaches. for 50 cents a crate. A carload came this morning, but they are going fast. Jacksou'n Sanitary Grocery Phone 353. Special Legislative Session. Denver, Colo., July 13. By procla mation issued late yesterday afternoon, governor John F. Shafroth summons the legislature in extraordinary session on Tuesday, Augu:t 9, for the purpose of considering legislation providing for the initiative and referencum, the Aus tralian (or headless; lT.IIot; direct pri maries, guaranty of bank deposits; a public srrvice commission; the creation of a state railroad commission, and a i law providing lor the transfer of funds J not needed for the especial purpose for I which they are appropriated to the gen- eral fond. Let us suggest a Cdlnty frozen desert Phone the Elite, anytime. International Railway Commission. Washington, D. C, July 13. An in ternational railroad commission with j supervsaory authority over the rail- roaus of the United States and Cana ( da will probably bo tne result of an action taken bj this government in the appointment of chairman -Iartin A. Knapp, of the interstate commerce com- mision, as the representatl. e of the United States to confer with Hon. J. P. Mabee, chief of the railway commission of Canada. Mrs. A. A- Kaminske left last Monday for New York In search of the latest creations in millinery for the coming fall season. Upon her return the pa trons of the Hat Shop at 112 Texas street, will be assured of an unequaled stock of up to date millinery. Navy Paymaster Dismissed. Washington, D. C-, July" 15. Assistant Paymaster Lawrence D. Haughey of In diana, attached to the Castine of the Atlantic torpedo fleet, has been dismiss ed from the navy on a charge of embezzlement- During the absence of Haughey from the ship on account of illness, the safe was opened and $3000 was found to be missing. Haughey was court martialed and found guilty of cul pable inefficiency, but not guilty of embezzlement. Elberta Peaches 50 Cents Crate. The largest, finest, nicest, most lus cious Elberta peaches we ever saw, a whole carload, 50 cents a crate. Order quick if you want some for preserving. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Relatives A'lalt Sick Policeman. Mrs. Lottie McCutcheon of California and Miss Margaret Enlow of Wood ward, Okla., are here to visit officer E. E. Enlow, who :s confined to Hotel Dieu. Patrolman' Enlow had an attack of pneumonia last winter, fiom which he hashot fully recovered, and he was forced to relinquish his duties on the police force and go to the hospital last week. STREET TORN UP TO REPAIR WATER PIPE Connection at 109 Campbell Brenk.x Fri day Mornlnjr; Break on M!Muri Street Repaired Thursday. As a result of a break !a the water pipe connection leading to the building at 109 Campbell street,. waor cnmpsny workmen Friday found' it necessary to tear up the asphalt pavement the enf.ro rcidth of the street to find a valve and stop the flow. One company employe stated that the break was due to the improper packing of the soil, making the pipe defective. The water main break on East Mis- ' souri seet. Thursday, directly nc of the Y. M. C. A., was repa'red : orth repaired late in the afternoon. During the time the water was shut off to make the re pair, the residents in eight surround ing blocks were the victims of a drouth. GOVERNMENTS WINS ITS ANTI-BL'CKETSHOP FIGIiT Now Ycrk, July 15. The govern ment has won an important tctoiy in Its fight to bring to trial alleged buck etshops and operators now under in dictmen in ""asH , .- wh n JudKO Hand of the United States couit signed warrants for the exrridUioi nf five of the accused. They are Edward S. Rogg., ltichaid E. Preusser, Leo Mayer, Robert A. Guy and Oliver J. Robinson, members of the firm pf Edward S. Boggs & Co., with offices In this city. All were placed under $5000 bonds each to appear for trial in Washington en October 1. TERRIBLY SCALDED is sometpng we hear or read about every day of our lives. Burns aud scalds eltreh slight or serious ure bound to happen In your family, be pre pared by having a bottl- of Ballard's Snow Liniment handy. It relieves tho pain instantly and quickly heals the burn. Sold oy all druggists. You can easiiv seii it Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 tell the girl what it is and The Herald will sell it. InTo bother, no form ality. lia-s been delegated to defend the hy Is held by America and will he si to have attained n speed of over 36 ESLIABLE BUSINESS PEOPLE WHO WANT YOUE TRADE r Coal, Wood and Grain GEO. C. WIMBERLY, Paw City Fuel Ce. 811 Texas St Bell 1479; Auto. 1818. Dentists DR. LEE Painless Dentist. Mcintosh 211 San Antonio St DR. E. W. BRYAN San Antonio St. Beil 2737. 107 DRS. BROWN AND GALLOWAY" Rooms 3, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Coles Bldg. Furniture HERMANS FURNITURE CO. 114 S. Stanton. Always bargains for cash Hair Dressing ESTHER ALLEN, Manicnrlag. 211 St. Louis St. Beil 196 Hat Cleaning HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED. Union Hat and Tailor Shop, 207 S. Stan-7n- Clothe- cleaned and pressed. Bell 25C0; Auto 2222. j ewelry H. R. BURGEIJ 205 South EI Pase. "Watch repairing a specialty. j Mattress Renovating jiAinuruLiTAA JISAOVATIXG CO. 225 South Stanton. Both Phones. Repairing - AVE CAN FIX IT 'SHOP. 347 Myrtle. Bell 515; Auto 1515. Um brellas covered, keys fitted, rubber tires for baby carts. Specialist DR. CARL SMITH 107 San Antonio St. Auto 1 J 151. Seeds EL PASO SEED HOUSE 506 San Antonio. Write for price list. Veterinary Surgeon DR. R. A. HIGGINS, 305 S. Oreea. Hospital for Horses and Dogs. Bar ANGELUS HOTEL BAR Just around the cmer on Mesa. Have you had an Augelul Fizz? PEOPLE IN EL PASO HOTELS From New Mexico. At the Sheldon J. A. Anderson. Ag ricultural College; A. H. Donaldson. Hondale. At the St Regis; T. U. Pike, Albu querque; George W. Evans. W. A Schilur, Tucumcari; J. D. Matten. Las Cruces. At the Zeiger R. D. Champion, Dunkers. At the Orndorff T. N. Frudenthal, Dr. Lane and family. Las Cruces. At the Grand Central Nicanor Cha vez, Las Cruces; Mrs. H. W.vGros3, Harrlzozo. From Arizona. At the Sheldon J. F. Metcalf, Pearce. At the St. Regis John- M. S. Sitzer and wife. Nogales. At 'the Zeiger William Robinson, Bisbee. At the Orndorff C. D. Parsons, Douglas. At the Grand Central George E. Wolfram. J. R- Jones; Tucson. From the Pedfic Coaifc. At the Sheldon a. E. Epler, Los An gelus. Cal. At the St. Regis A. G. Frfebie, San Diego, Cal.; Louis Cohn, San Francisco. At the Orndorff A. A. Sturgis, Los Angeles; A. B. Frank and wife, San Francisco. At the Angelus George H. Clements, Los Angeles. At the Grand Central Harold Lish man( Oakland, CaJ.;'H. S. Hearn, Los Angeles, Cal.; T. E. Maroney, Los An geles Cah; S. A- Read. Sacramento. From Texas. ,At the Sheldon W. Elliott, Sherman; W. O. Haagson, Fort Worth. At the St Regis G. TV. Carroll and wife, Beaumont; Charles M. Carroll, Beamont; George W. Carroll, Jr., Beau mont: J- "W. Osborne, DaKas. At the Zeiger W. W. Camp. Pecos. At the Orndorff Cruz Lucas, Texas. At the Angelus George H. Clem ants, Ysleta; G. B. Marshall, Dallas; Mrs. G. H. Clements, Ysleta; B. W. Jackson, Corpus ChristL At the Grand Central J. A. Gan&zl, Clint. Mrs. O. T. Wood. 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