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Wi(&3 MSC of the I
A LTHOUGH our Bargains for
- Tomorrow are Limited to
Three, they are the Best of the
season. The Silk Petticoat special
is most unusual. The other two
are far ahead of anything else you
can find in El Paso at the prices.
4 f no m' f Rty
Petticoats at tlhe aiwve price most unusual bargains. The silk they are
made of and the making is superior. The eolors are "white, black, brown,
Alice blue, nary, gray, changeable
lavender. Tihe value $5. Saturday
Union Linen Handkerdaiefs and come
for 10c Sold singly the price is 5c
price is -
MINEFvS MEET IN
Indianapolis, lnd., Aug. 12. "There
will "be no lid on this convention," said
president Lewis"bf the United Mine
workers, in reply to president Walker,
of the Illinois district at the opening- of
today's session of the special national
Walker had moved that the delegates
all be given verbatim reports of the
conference dealing with the strike sit
uation in Illinois.
Lewis ruled it out of order, but de
clared that thee would be no straddling
or whitewashing as he had nothing to
More than 1200 delegates are in at
tendance, the largest in the history of
XAN MURDERED IX
ALLEY IX GALVESTON.
Galveston, Texas, Aug. 12. The life
less body of Olaf Peterson, aged GO, was
lound In an alley half a block from the
police staJtiim at 4 oclock this morning.
The man's neck was terribly slashed,
feu the police declare it is a case of
murder an not suicide, and "was like
ly committed by robbers.
Save yourself the work, worr-y and trouble of
baking a cake for the Sunday dinner and instead or
der one of our 25e Saturday Specials. "We bke these
for Saturday's sale and they are as gocl as first
class materials and expert bakers can produce. The
very best of 1 Paso people are buying these cakes.
Tomorrow's specials are
A regular 35c value, P
special -tomorrow &$ t
210 E. Overland St.
green and red1, tan and dH
dozen Handkerchiefs go on special
in 2 patterns. They should sell
Sold' by the dozen the g
Sale of v
75c Values, 3 for $1.60
Another bargain is 20 dozen Sample
Hose from the best hose manufacturer in
the X". S. These are silk, lisle, lace,
gauze and mercerized. There are as
many styles as there are dozens of hose;
up to 75e: special at
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BIG FEES FOE MeMTJR- !
BAY FROM INDIANS
Sulphur, Okla. Aug. 12. That J. F- !
McMurray had contracts with Indians ,
by which in the sale of their lands he t
would receive not only three millions j
In attorney's fees, but also agreements
calling for a million and a half In other
fees was testified to by George "W.
Scott before the congressional inves
tigating committee today. Scott acted
as agent for McMurray.
Scott is regarded as one of the most
important witnesses in the investiga
tion. If all the contracts McMurray
held with the indians were successfully
executed, Scott testified, McMurray
would secure almost $5,000,000 in fees.
A KENTUCKY JUDGE IS
FOUND DEAD IX STABLE
Lexnigton, Ky., Aug. 12. Michael
Chrismari Chaufley, judge of th thir
teenth Kentucky district court and for
mer associate justice of the Wyoming
territorial court, was found dead in
the stable at his home at Stanford, Ky.,
this morning. He was 66 years old.
Judge Chaufley was appointed to the j
Cleveland in 1S8S.
A regular 40c lvalue, n
special itomorryw '
A FEELING J0F SECURITY.
You naturallv feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about J
to take is absolutely pure and contains
no harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver
and Bladder Remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
Swamp-Root is scientifically com
pounded from vegetable herbs.
It is not a stimulant and is taken in
It is not recommended for everything.
It is natiirfi's exeat helner in reliev
ing and overcoming kidney, liver and
A sworn statemeni of purity is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. If you need a medicine, you should
have the best.
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, you will
find it on sale at all drug stores In bot
tles cf two sizes, fifty-aents and one
dollar. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingham
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle free by
mail it will convince anyone. Tou
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the kid
neys. When writing be sure andxmen
tlon the El Paso Daily Herald. 1
ARKEST OF WIFE
Then Pavs Her Fine, When
She Agrees to Leave
"Are you the complaining witness
against this woman!" asKeu judge .Lea
of J. S. Hart, a grocer, Friday morning,
when a Mexican woman was arraigned
on a charge of disturbing the peace.
"Yes, sir,' was the reply; 1 married
her a year ago today."
Hart, who said he lived at 914 South
Stanton street, stated that he Iiad never
appeared in court before, and that he
regretted having to appear against his
'"But she lias made living with her im
possible," he continued. "1 have a small
grocery store, and by her actions she
lias nearly ruined my trade. Yesterday
she broke my glasses, pulled down a
dor, and has beiore tliat caused trouble
when customers were in the house."
Ike Stevens, who made the arrest, tes
tified t'bot he had seen t&e broken
glasses, and that the woman had made
the statement to him that the reason
she had caused so umch trouble was be
cause her husband was talking with oth
"Wioai do you want done with her"
asked the court.
"Whatever is right," was the reply,
'"3ut I wouiu. like to have you tell ner
to take her things and go."
In answer to a question by judVe Lea,
the woman said she did not intend to
live with. Hart any longer.
A nominal fine was imposed, which the
husfoand paid, and the romance of a year
ago is ended.
PLENTY OF MUSIC FOR
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION.
The Labor day committee has set aside
$125 for music which will consist of two
' bands for the parade and a concert in the
afternoon. The contract was awarded to
the Musicians' union to furnish the mu
El Paso Typographical union has de
cided to turn out in the parade.
The Brewery-- Workers' union has
unanimously agreed to turn out in tha
COMMISSIONER OF LABOk
VISITS EL PASO.
Jos. S. Myers, state labor commission
er, paid a "short visit to El Paso thi3
week on a business trip in connection
with his department.
Mrs. N. H. Carson and chfld have re
turned to their home at 1019 San An
tonio street, after a 'visit of six weeks J
to Lake Charles. J-a.
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The nrttk of the dirigible oalloon in iviiirli oca.' l'rb-Vh and four companions recently lot their lives when the
dirigiblt epldpd while one thoucand feet in the a!'-, at Rhennh, Prussia. Exoerts who examined the wreckage say
they believe the gaioline tank exploded. The balloon was constructed over a year ago and had been in many acci
dents before. Erbsloh won the American International balloon race four years ago.
TO RAISE THE MAINE
The wreck of the TTniietl States bntcs.Iiii) Maine in Havana harbor. Now
ihnt the attorney RCneral's office lias rendered an opinion jcranting the war de
partment permlKion to proceed with the raising: of the Maine, several promin
ent contractors have sent in bids for the job, amona" them liclns John R. Ar
bucfcle, the coffee Ida?:, Trho would raise the Maine by compressed air pres
sure, and John F. O'Rourke who has a different and what seems to be a better
NEW MEXICO Q&AN
. BEST NAVAL SEC
Gill of Organ in
Charge of Guns on Idaho
Makes Big Score.
To be the best shot on tihe best shoot
ing battleship in the world is the honor
that has come to a Xew Mexico office!
in Uncle Sam's navv. Ensign C C Gill,
son cf Capt. Gill, of Oran, X. M., is the
officer who has carried away all of the
honors at the target practices which hay
just been announced by secretary of the
navy Clever. Ensign Gill is assigned to
the battleship Idaho, which stands at
the top of the list for the record made
during the target practices recently com
pleted. He made three hits out of three shot?
in GS seconds, which gives him the high
est average of anv man in the navy, tliis
beintr an "average of 2.7 hit3 iper run per
lnis target practice was done under
toitie conditions and the arm- and navv
officers are marveling at the records that
were made bv thejnen in charge of the
guns on the battleships. The Idaho
made a score of 46.121 vfcr the contest,
which placed it at the top of tihe list of
competing ships. The South Carolina
was second with a score of 42.5S5. En
sign Gill, who liolds the record of the
navy, visited hfe father at Organ in 1908.
spending a laxt of his leave in Las
Graces and at his father's heme in the
Organ mountains, where Cant. Gill is in
terested in a nrrmiber of hrinine claims.
HOME IS BURXED
XEAR BIG SPRINGS.
Big Springs, Texas, Aug. 12. Fire
early today destroyed the residence of
F. M. Hunter, sis miles east of town,
causing a loss of $6000. The family
was asleep at the time, hut escaped
from the flames in their night clothes.
It is believed the fire was -of incen- J
diary origin and the authorities are
working on a clue.
WOMEN PAY FINES.
ifciirgie Banks and Oarrv King wern
each fined $5 in police court Thursday'
afternoon. The charge was vajrrancy.
Mrs. Welch, charged with assault and
abusive language, was fined $10 in police
court Thursday afternoon.
Left Of a Dirigible Balloon
GETTING READY TO
El Paso Company Prepares
to Go to the Damsite at
Although the official award has not
yet been made by the reclamation serv
ice at Washington for the construction
of the Elephant Butte railroad, the Pe
trolithic company which submitted the
lowest bids for schedules 1 and 2, is
preparing to move Its outfit to the site
of the railroad line.
It will be several days before official
notification of the aard is received
here, but as the Petrolithlc company
was the lowest bidder both on the rock
and earthwork construction of the rail
road, It is expected that this company
will be awarded the contract
Brown & Connor, of Tucumcari, were
the lowest bidders on the bridge con
struction on the line and "will probably
be awarded the contract for this part
of the work.
' Deeds Filed.
Lincoln Park addition Lincoln Park
Realty company to R. D. and G. C. Hel
vey, lots 5 and 6, block 14. Lincoln Park
addition: consideration $350. January
Ysleta grant A. L. Peterson and Lucy
M. Peterson, 15 acres. In Ysleta grant;
consideration ?2175. Aug. 3, 1910.
Automobile license No. 506 to Mrs. L.
M. Washburn, 1517 Montana street. Cbl
Motorcycle hecn. -o. j to L. M.
Bacon, Ysleta, Texas.
To Wm. Walters and wife, Steino, X.
1L, girl. Father German, mother Irish.
RECKLESS DRIVING CHARGED.
, Frank Moran, an automobile driver
for V. Iv. Sturges, was placed under ar
rest by the police yesterday afternoon
on a charge of exceeding the speed limit
and reckless driving. His bond was
fixed at $200, which was mace. Moran
declares most emphatically that he la
not the driver of the machine that
struck Louis Blum and that he will
have no difficulty in establishing an
YSTER'S CO. D. GROCERY
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
e!l Phdhsss 884, 844, 823, taia Phones 1891
Special for this week, fresh every morning, Bartlett
Pears for putting up purposes; fancy 1 C
stock, 40-lb. boxes P 1 &
Extra large Yalley Peaches, (J-l A
20-lb. crates, each p i 1 "
Good medium size Valley Peaches,
per crate '
Good Eating Apples,
6 lbs. for
Extra nice Sweet Potatoes,
fi lbs. for
10 lbs. best large White Potatoes
3 lbs. best Kansas Blither, Blue Eibbon d - AA
Brand, for 1UU
Fresh Kansas Eggs, O
per dozen ;.- &$
Mountain Park Eggs-(fresh every day) Kff
per dozen DUC
fai SJ I feSS V WH
Leaders in Low Prises
WISTER R03IAIVCE COIIES
TO A HEAD HERE
Clint Cowman to Wed Village School
Teacher Is Now oh the Way to
Denver to Be Married.
When Owen "wister penned, the chap
ter? of "The Virginian," and Its ro
mance of schoolmistress and cow
punc.ier, lie siruck the keynote of many
a past romance and many a romance to
In the everyday west of windmill and
wire fence, there may appear little or
romance to the average visitor. "Days
of such things ae past," they will tell
But a cattle man of the El Paso dis
trict and a school teacher are to be
married this month, just as Wister's
hero and heroine, cowboy and school
"marm." What romance lies back of
the case Is not known, but it must be
there as well as in a nove
It Is Joseph L.. CobbJ a Clint, Jexas.
ranchman, who Is to marry illsa Jlabel
Kendall, who last year taught the chil
dren of Clint. It is to occur August 20
at Denver, Colo.
With customary cowland modesty,
Cobb already has slipped away, and Is
hitting the north trail for the Colo
rado city. It is through the mother of
the groom-to-be that the announce
SAN AXGEL.O POLICE CHD3F
TO RETURN WITH PRISONER
A negro said to be Will Johnson and
believed to be wanted in San Angelo,
Texas, on a charge of burglary, has been
arrested by the police here. Chief or
police Bates, of San Angelo, who has
been having a good time with the sher
iffs here- will combine business and
pleasure ami take the negro back with
him. johi.-on came to El Paso from
Denver, and was located through a ne
gro woman with whom he has been as
sociating while here.
VETERAN BOYCOTT THE
RAILROADS HIGH RATES.
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 12. Five hun
dred Veterans of the G. A. R- have de
clared a boycott against the ra-ilroads
for alleged discrimination in chargipg
fche veterans an excessive rate to she
annual national encampment at Atlan
tic City next month, and as a result
this state for the first time will not
be represented at the reunion.
The Women's Relief Corps a-nd the
Daughters of Veterans will join in the
'Dlsnrreeable at Home.
Lots of men and women who art
agreeable with others, get "cranky" at
home. It's not your disposition, it's
your liver. If you find in yourself that
you feel cross around the house, little
things worry you, just buy a bottle of
Ballard's HerMne and put your liver In
shape. You and everybody around you
will feel better for it. Price 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
You will find it to your in
terest to make this your
headquarters for feed and
grain. We'll save you mon
e7 b7 giving you. better
quality, which means it will
require less feed to keep
your stock. No matter how
large or small your orders
may he, they will he appre
ciated. 0. a.SEETON&SOK,
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
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ior. Kansas & EouIsYard
BRISTOW FAILS TO
REPLY TO AliDRICH
Milwaukee. Wis., Aug. 12. Senator
Bristo-w as yet has no statement to
make In reply to senator Aldrich's letter
given out last night denying the Kan
sas senator's charges concerning tariff
on rubber. Senator Bristow is to speak
: Chamberlain's Stomach and Tjiv-r Ta
j lets grently stimulate the liver and
J bowels to expel poisonou -natter,
i cleanse the system, cure constipation
and sick headache. Sold by all dealers.
Are you contemplating a
HTOTTHsTG- or FISEIiSrG-
Are you interested in
If so write Traffic Departmeat
Mexico Morihwesiern Railway
Trains leave CTUDAD JUAREZ
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays:
1:25 P. M. (Mexican time)
1:00 P. M. (El Paso time)
DAILY SERVICE From
H. C. FERRIS, General Manager.
T. R. RYAX, Traffic Manager.
A. H. Richards, Jeweler.
International Book and Sta
Wm. Moeller, Real Estaka.
Office and plant of The El Paso
El Paso Printing Co.. facing
Main St., near Se. Regis HoteL
John Brunner. Tailoring.
Public Stenographers Co., Ruth
1 Williams, manager.
Mrs. J. B. Cass.
Miss B. Garra. Dressmaking
Drs Satterlee & Satterlee. Os
teopaths. Dr. Nettie E. Satter
lee, Dr. Flora Ij. Satterlee.
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
The Wm. Jennings Co Con
sulting Engineers Machinery
Southwestern Portland Cement
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical
Colorado National Life Insur
ance Co. E. McMillen. agent.
R. I Nichols. Attorney at Lavr.
Lee & Woodyard. Contracting
Charles M. G'bson.
J. W. Carter, Mine, Mill and
Smelter Supplies Manufacturers
Standard Home Co Money to
H. L. Howell. Real Estate.