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I i ... . . . cut . ' . 50 I v. cut i . 33 1-3 I . . 33 1-3 1 . ..... cut . 33 1-3 1 Sideboards and Buffets t Other Funture Carpets . . . . . cut Focy China . from Underwriters' prices at the (Continued From Page One.) 107-111 N. Stanton St. Joseph Fr Appletoil Gen. Mgr. Underwriters' Salvage 'Co. WEMEE3&Fwn2mKmmm tmim in M 'em em NI1TI0S (Continued from Page One.) -way, picking- himself up a dozen yards off, reads' for the next ride. This time it -will be in. an automobile. Taking-" his place in the machine at dusk. Col Roosevelt -will not know just who his traveling- companions are until j he reaches the light. He -will then dis cover that instead of the distinguished men -vrho volunteered to accompany him he is riding- about the gTeat hall on a spiral speedway with six wax fig ures of beautiful -women accompanying him. The crowd cheers and then the accidents begin as though the scoot wagon had been frightened. One by one the colonel's beautiful companions are tossed mysteriously from the automo bile, the last one leaving- just before the explosion which wrecks the machine and leaves the strenuous one sitting- on a jfreat pile of hay -with thousands cheering him for the bravery he has shown In staying by the boat It's funnier than doing the things at Coney Island and Col. Roosevelt's sea legs will be tested on Samson's old boat. He will be pushed- from the craft bj as pirate and a great shark will grab him. This intlatlon is punctuated "with many other surprises; all candidates are treated alike and the initiation closes with compelling the novice to sit quietly through a performance of "Hal ley's comet." a comic ,opera of no mean standing, staged by a company of 100 actors. Following the close of the Initiation, Col. Roosevelt Rvill ; be permitted to was unavoidable. Alderman McGhee stated that he had what he considered a remedy. It was that the street car comnanv be allowed to collect only a cents from those who were compelled to stand" up in other words pay for the service. This idea, he stated, had work ed admirably in other cities, as the street car companies had provided seat in "order to get the additional revenue. Kelly Oils the Waters. Mayor Kelly, as mayor, then express ed his first official opinion, which was to the efect that he thought the best plan' would be to have a talk with H. S. Potter, manager of the street rail way company, and see if he would not agree to remedy the situation, which, he said, would steadily become worse unless provision was made for better ment. If Potter refused, then other measures could be taken, he stated. "The easiest was is always the- best way," said the mayor. His suggestion met with the ready assent of the coun cil. The council then adjourned. im mmniiii its i n v LtblbLfllUKt AI IIQTIH ISUU I HI (Continued From Page One.) rates. Brachfleld spoke against the amendment. A vote was taken and the amendment tabled, after which the senate finally passed the bill. DAHLMAN WINS FOR GrOVERrTOR JUAREZ MUNICIPAL BAND GIVES SUNDAY CONCERT. New Plaza Has Sidewalks, but Band stand Will Not Be Used Unta It Is Formally Dedicated, e first time in many weekSj and arrayed, in new uniforms, the municipal band, of Juarez played Sunday night in the public plaza. Postponement of the regular Sunday night band concerts was caused by the improvements on the old plaza in front of tie mission church. Xew sidewalks and. a h.andsainebundstand have been erected. Last week's concert was postponed on account of the death of anavor Robinson of El Paso. :6avor of Omaha Defeats Shallenberger for the iNform nation. v Omaha, Xeb., Aug-. 22. On the face of the returns from the Democratic statewide primaries, which are nearly complete in unofficial form, mayor Dahlman has won the gubernatorial nomination" by less than 200 majority over Gov. Shallenberger. The announcement is made that should an official return corroborate these figures, Shallenberger will con test the nomination In the courts. He charges .fraud inthe voting- in Omaha, which city gave"Dahlman near-! ly '6000 majority. INITIATIVE AXD REFEREXDU3I IX DISFAVOR AT SAXTA FE Strangely, although the band concert sf?.Tif! .ic finite nmiVtetp! f.lif imisians stood on the circular -walk at its base. T ?f 10 Delegates Favor Measure; The stand will not be used until its ded- I Delegates to Constitutional Con. ication at the time of the centenary c 4 x.vetI"? re mc- ., celebration The musicians' uniforms are ,. San-ta Fe- M- AuJ?- 22. The Repub f loin H, t. .wiffc Km a Ilcan county convention met Saturday speak to the company;-asked to give German military band cap andTts gold afternoon at the court house. P.robate nis impressions ot .weDrasKa, or umana i narp. ana or the organization into wnicn ne j has just been initiated. All these "Im pressions" are recorded and In this way Nebraska has a book -full of good, things which have been said about the state and the kings of Ak-sar-ben by everyone from TY J. Bryan to James J. Jeffries. ROUGH RIDERS IN ' DENVER SHORTLY JUDGE FALL ENDORSED BY BOTH PARTIES. Democrats and Republicans Name Three j Kivers icancher and 4 Paso Attorney for Constitutional Delegate. Many Are Ei'dpig Their Horses There Parade For Roosevelt. Denver, Colo.,Aug. 22. Rough Riders from Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Wyoming-, as well as all sections of Colorado, will shout awel come to their former chief, Col. Roose velt, "when he arrives here from Chey enne next Monday. Some of them are riding from thir homes and have started already, burX.a large number are taking- advantage of the arrangements "of Gen. Sherman Bell In connection with the national encamp ment of Spanish "War Veterans, then to be in session, by -which any man sending- bis horse for use in the parade to be held in Col. Roosevelt's honor, will be -paid his shipping- expenses. STREETCARS ARE CROWDED TOO MUCH (Continued From Page One.? street cars on frequent occasions. He expressed an opinion that more cars should be provided, and that when a car was full a sign, "Take next car." should be displayed. Alderman Hewitt coincided with Blu menthal, in that he thought the situ ation ought to be remedied, and per haps more care provided, but that he "believed crowding of the cars, following the breaking- up of any large gathering, VACATION OVER At home again better prepaTed than ever to satisfy my old and new cus tomers. The reliable contractor, W, W. Greek 1209 Nevada SL Bell Phone 045. i Alamogordo, X. M.. Aug. 22. The in evitable happened Saturday -afternoon when A. B. Fall of Three Rivers. X. M., 'and likewise of El Paso, Texas, was named as a candidate for the constitu tional convention, following a resolution adopted jointly by ihe Democratic and ! a-1 convention Jtepubucan county conventions that a I clerk George W. Armiio was elected permanent chairman. There were' no contests and harmony and enthusiasm prevailed. Out of 100 delegates, only two favored the initiative and referen dum, and the resolutions adopted de clare Vpr a safe and sane constitution. Ex-delegate to congress, Thomas B. Catron, former attorney general George W. Pritchard, supreme court clerk Jose D. Sena, probate judge Victor Ortega, and B. . Pankej-, a well known stock man, nvho is a member of the cattle san itary board of the territory, were nom inated for delegates to the constitution- nonpartisan delegation be sent from Otero county. Together with Fall were nominated J. L. Lawson of Alamogordo and George E. IIoffett of OroTande. Perfect harmony prevailed at both the Democratic and Republican conven tions, and the harcuonv at the resultant joint convention was indeed a wonder ful sight. Everything went through with the precision that "was anticipated by the Otero county machine, and the name of Fall as a candidate was accepted by the conventions without a murmur of protest. SECRETARY TEXAS DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMED Paris, Tex., Aug. '22. Col. J. Sheb "Williams today announced thatXHarrell Buckner, of Dallas, will be secretary of the Democratic executive committee of Texas, of which body Col. Williams is l chairman. Buckner has been nrominent m the politics of Dallas years. He is a Kentuckian bv birth. and comes from a noted family, of CLOUDCROFT TRAIN HELD FOR ?KEY RATE" CHARLIE. It is something tohave a train held in one's honor, even if it is the Cloudcroft train. C. B. Stevens went to Cloudcroft Sunday on the excusion. He was there just long enough to devour a big dinner that had ibeen .prepared at the Stevens cottage in his honor. When the train started back dowji tihe mountain there was no C. B. in sight. The train was ordered held by superintendent Rowe until the key rate wizard appeared over the brow of the hill. He swears that the engineers watch and not the Stevens IngersoH was at fault, as he arrived at the stationon time. of Lola, another Idaho town, is said to be blazing. All inhabitants of St. Regis valley are reported to have been taken out on special trains Twp hundred forest rangers are re ported in great danger on the Idaho side of the east fork of the St. Jqe. river in Bitter Root mountains. , Fires on or near Bitter Root, Missou la and Cabinet forests are beyond con trol. The war department already has 30 companies in the field. If other federal troops are to be ordered to the threat ened regions, they must come from dis tant forts and emergency funds mull be provided for their transportation. Prayers for Relief. Missoula, Mont-, Aug. 22. From ev ery corner of western Montana and Idaho this morning there were prayers that the weather bureau has hit it right in forecasting for showers today. Noth ing but rain could saYe the situation. Hundreds of weary men, who, for days have battled the flames in the for ests, are staggering to safety with bloodshot eyes and aching limbs, im mersing themselves In streams or bury ing their faces in mud for protection from maddening heat. Th'e only improvement in the situa tion is at Wallace, where the remnant of the town that was left seems afe from fire, and at Mullen, where the town, threatened all day yesterday, is believed to be safe. The towns of Taft, DeBorgia, Helder son and the old part of St. Regis are In ashes. The old placer town of Murray, Ida ho, is in danger. The flames have the upper hand o the situation jn a score of places and rain is the only salvation of .hundreds of miles of timber and many, camps and" small towns. Men have-fought the flames to the limit of human endurance and are withdrawing from the contest in many places. The damage so far is: Fifty dead in and around Wallace, Idaho. Property loss, $1,0,00,000. Mullan probably safe, but fires threat ening. , Elk City reported still unb'umed. Four or more, dead in fires near New port, Wash. One hundred and eighty men in the forestry service are missing in the St. Joe country. Taft, Mont., has been burned. v Saltez Is surrounded by fire. De Bor gia and St. Regis are seriously threat ened. Haughan, Mont., Is reported de. stroyed. Solid line of f ire from Thompson Falls, Mont for fifty miles to Idaho line, with portions of Belknap, White Pine. Noxon and Heron burning. Conflagration rages in Gallatin for est, Mont. Thompson Falls is in peril. . Hard Work To Save' Town. Wallace, Idaho, Aug. 22. The steady work of the city fire department, mem bers of the Twenty-fifth infantry, ne groes, and the forestry forces, alone saved Wallace from total destruction. It is estimated that the loss in the city is about $1,000,000. The entire eastern section from Seventh street to Canyon Is destroyed with three terraces of resi dences on the hillsides. About 150 residences are destroyed and many small and several Jarge business places. Providence hospital and the Federal Lead company's big mills are the only buildings saved hu the east end. Trrelve Der.ti Recovered. At Big Creek 12 dead were recovered, two injured and three unfortunates who were completely blinded. One fighter was found dead near Mullan and 16 who were more or less seriously burned. fn- cproral vh-cm. 1111 cu y.i ueaa, live .- .SeJ. blinded and five others Iniured. . Two or three hundred people are left A FEELING 0F SECURITY. Tou naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about 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 teaspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything, j It is nature's great helper in reliev- j Ing and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root If you need a medicine, you should have the best. If 3rou are already convinced that Swamp-Roct Is what you need, you will find it on sale at all drug stores in bot tles of two sizes, fifty-cents and one-dollar. Bel Gor. Kansas & Boulevard Fnuss 804, 844, 323, Auto Fhonss 1691 Every day our prices are lower than others ( on special days. . -sif-. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free by 31 alL Send to Dr. Kilmer & Oo.Bingham ton, N. T 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 andk men tion the El Paso Daily Herald. JELLY PLU&SS, 8-Ib BASKET 60c SOME CALISEER GOODS ARE SAVED Blue Orbrall Brigade Busy Salvaging in the Basement. The 'blue overall brigade is at work rescuing the Calisher dummies and what is left of the big department store stock in the basement of the Buckler build ing; The brigade is composed of a number of the Galisher clerks and department managers who have ''been issued blue overalls and cotton gloves for their sal vage work. A number of valises, hnrllv 7Tmll. but not fire damaged, and several war- onloads ot goods have been taken from the basement of -the building. These goods were under fehe sidewalk afti were not damaged by the fire. PABX COLONADE IS BEDTG MADE "Work has begun on the fair colonnade at Washington ark. The colonnade will extend along the south side of the main driveway, and down the Santa Fe trail to the Indian village site. -A (force of men is now at work casting the col umns; which will be used in "the colon nade, and these will be set in position as rapidly as they are finished. Work on the dog show navilion -will Kr kwin this week. CAPLES BUILDING JWlZARS COMPLETION The framework of thf yw riiniac building is being removed and ti huf- lers are at work finishing the six story building. The interior finish is -iln i- J ing added and the frames for the win- aows set. 18 lbs. Granulated Sugar (h 1 j for tPlJ 6 lbs. Good Sweet Potatoes ey for S ' 6 lbs. Good Cooking Apples 6j for "... -. Fresh Okra every day, per lb Fresh Bell Peppers every 1 day, per lb ! Fresh Calif. Head Lettuce, -j 2 heads for J Fresh Celery, ' i per bunch J Fresh Green Corn every day, per doz."" Cantaloupes, extra fine, j 3- for J Valley Watermelons, extra - good, per lb , J Green String Beans, -1 per lb J California Table jPlums, -J per lb J Bartlett Pear3, per lb Bartlett Pears,- - T 404b. box ..Y-...'.' PA Valley Peaches, C 3 Yba. for . Valley Grapes, C 4 lbs. for 3 lbs. Best Butter (Blue Rfbbon), for . . ? A Fresh Kansas Eggs, e per doz ilountain Park Eggs?- fresh every day, per doz 10 lbs. Best Large "White Potatoes, for 4 lbs. Best BuBc Starch, for Large Package Gold Dust, for l 5 Bars D. C. Soap for 7 Bars Swift's Pride Soap, for 6 bars Swift's White Soap, for c 4 lbs. Fels Xaptha Soap for Fancy Head Bice, very best quality, 3 lbs. for 3 lbs. Pure Lard, only i 5 lbs. Pure Lard, only 10 lbs. Pure Lard, only 4 Large Bolls Toilet Paper for i Extra Good Value Brooms, for 50c and Brass vVash Board, regular price 40c, my price Galv. Tubs, very best, all sizes, 50c, 55c, 65c and 5 gaL Very Best Gasoline, only .- 5 gal. Eupion Oil, only ... 50 c 25c 20c 25c 25c 25c c c c 25c 60c 75 c 85c c The Only Strictly Gash Store in El Paso. Goods Delivered Promptly. 1 0 1 sail 1 UiUi Hi UlllllJta Leaders m im Prices TEHEE CIRCUSES ABE COMING THIS YEAB RY Csr, Kanlas & Boulevard jELPASOTIN-MnTE TO SHIP PRODUCT MAY P1VTT TVTV-DT-T-C tj-ctvtttt-. I Z.? " Aavj.juc -tt.v.Ci.iiU.11. THROUGH TO COTTON av-jSNUE. Barnum and Bailey the First ' of the Season's Attrac tions This Winter. Paving From AnpeJ-i-PAf The last of the Mvrtle avenue hot stufr is being laid near the Elks' club. me atreetnas been paved from Camp The mill of the El Paso Tin Mining company, -which is located on the tran3 Franklin side of the mountains Is com pleted, and the company is preparing; to .ship its first "made In El Paso" tin to the eastern markets. The ore will At least three circuses are toshow t ot pi& tin and Quotations are now h- in El Paso this fall. Barnum & Bailey j ing- asked for from the local railroads Petition to Be Presented to the City I js billed to appear here on Septembeoqor tne shipment of the product of th -. v-oiuS J--v-c-uaivu Oi Poinnr XT'.-- I rn. . 29, Buffalo Bill, wjhich is a combination of Buffalo Bill and rawnee bui, splashing paper over the city, advertising its appearance here October 29. The ForenausjQ-bells siiow is aiso iepuii.cn bell to Anire. atid will h pvfonrt tr, I i v w?.i ; Mt lirptinri- nnd the rv.rt ,... c ,--- ...viv.-u. w i,u ut,. ncsAU'm n i.. j .m. .cn.uoi at e vuu, wxio are always Lotton avenue if enougn -property own- j Sells-Floto show may appear nere beiore blIsy and active. Then don.t n8g.lect u,. mine. THE LAZIEST MAX IN THE WORLD Would not be Contented to be kept in the house and doin& nothing by rheuma tism. Neither are you, who are always ers can be induced to sign the pavin" -petition which will be presented to the city council Thursday. FIRST FLOOR OF THE ZEILLS BUILDING POURED W orkmg by the light of arc lamps, the f a lcr"uc.ie - ot tne jo.. Lu Stevens Con- i '"Vu. wurjxwiy -poured wie last unit T-nT-ifr to it winter quarters in Den ver. A circus war between the trust and antitrust shows is said to 'be re sponsible for the appearance of so many of the worlds greatest m r-i jrau. first twinge of an a.che or pain that you migrttt think Just a "crick." Rub well with Ballard's Snow Liniment and no matter what the trouble is. it will dis- j appear t once. Sold by all druggists. MOTHER SEARCHLXG FOR HER SON, THINKS Httl DEAD- KtY in the Anson lills building floor Sat- New Mayor Orders Police to Take 'Urda- night. The concrete run was a ; Look for Younjc Man v'ho Had open air show for the crowds tint were uown town and a large crowd wis "afch- Consnmnioii In El Paso. mother's search for her son, Tvhom wnicn .aimon ij. jiucKner, rormer gov eror and candidate for vice president w-ith Palmer, is a member. Nat Jackson, editor of the Paris Ad vocate, Is appointed assistant secretary. homeless in Wallace, manv havinjr lost ! set llp and'"vviI1 -e poured Tuesday. ered around t-he front of the building 'she believes to have died of consump watohing the work. The column boxinn i tion in El Paso within the past three lor this part of tw hnl.nn- :A,.,r,r,mnnths. formed the contents of one of rPRIZE FIGHT PICTURES v ARE SHOWN IN JUAREZ. Large crowds saw the Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures in the Juarez bull ring baturday and bundav miit. Although THE COCHISE DEMOCRATS PROTEST AT STATEHOOD TERXS Douglas, Ariz., Aug:. 22. The Cochisd- county Democratic convention, con trolled by the radicals, adopted a plat form Saturday which declares the "En abling act forces upon us the humili ating condition of submitting to the president and congress the constitution of our state for approval; is intended to declare us either incompetent or un worthy to frame our fundamental laws, or is a subterfuge to deprive us longer of the right of statehood." Ten candidates for delegates to the constitutional convention were named. DELEGATES TO CONVENTION ARE ELECTED AT NOG ALES Xogales, Ariz., Aug. 22. The Republi cans of Santa Cruz county held a coun ty convention and formally nominated A thick pall of smoke ! th.- first letters given to mayor Kelly ! after his oath of office Monday morning. Thp mavor ordered a search or tne cit "HioIt" rtolArifriM w, uWU,,uBi,. A until, pmi oi smone pADin -rmn-ra-crir. - ,.,.. being kept at points of danger! The J rp, . HEW 3CHULTZ BUILD JNG.i and county records, but the death oi rj? t'T.x ?" .1U1 ,tu new nutz i i'u-'rr' :.:; ." . ,, advertised to begin at 8. the Saturday Bracy Curtis as candidate for delegate night show did not get going until after j to the state convention; Dr. V. A. Smel 9. A crowd of 800 saw.the first airoear- i ker, chairman of the countv committp. ance oi the light tilms and another crowd filled -the bull ring Sunday night Will B, Winch will leave Tuesday evening for Kansas City, where lie will join Mrs. Winch. Together they will visit Salt Lake, Chicago and other mid dle western summer resorts. and H. G. Glore, secretary. The Democratic convention selected for its candidates F. J. Duffy". Henry Levin was elected chairman of the county committee and J. J. Raphael, jr., secretary. jH- .fc". fcLi:4 mr -. t- m w , mwm T& ,. mAi Ul iUli I us r?k, wfoV At$w ouesiioiis Mis Daddy Say, daddy, when do the first per manent teeth come through? Usually about 5 or 6 years of age, but before any of the ""baby set" are shed a child cuts 4 permanent molars called "6th year molars." r. DENTIST I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES .grziaer Our 9th year in El Paso. Plaza Bloc! THE COCHISE JREPTJBLICANS ADOPT A PLATFOR3I Benson, Ariz., Aug. 22. The Cochise county Republican committee adopted a platform yesterday which declares in favor of the initiative and referendum. President Taft, delegate Cameron and governor Sloan were endorsed. Ten del egates were nominated for the constitu tional cdnvention. j CARLSBAD ELECTS 3IENV TO THE CONVENTION Carlsbad, N. M., Aug. 22. At the Democratic primaries Saturday, C E. Brice. of Carlsbad, and Ztf. P. Skeen, of Artesia, were elected delegates for this counts' to the constitutional convention. Brice has 250 over his opponent, YVood Tvell, Skeen received almost the entire vote, about 1300. There is no Republican ticket, so this Is final. water supply is good. The lighting plant, disabled last night, has resumed operations. Callfornln Town Saved. Reno, Xev., Aug. 22. After two days' work on the part of 600 volnntopr firn (fighters, the town of Loyalton. in Sierra county, Calif., 25 miles nortli of here, is out of danger by a forest fire which has burned over a district nine miles square. The fire originated from a spark of a donkey engine and has already done damage to the extent of $200,000 to timber lands. Ten 3ridsrcs Burn. Butte, Mont, Aug. 22. Ten railroad bridges of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound railroad are reported burned in western Montana and traffic on the line Is tied up for at least 10 days. St. Regis Threatened. Missoula, Mont.-, As. 22. The old towh of St. Regis is threatened; the fire is in a canyon and is only a mile from town, approaching rapidly. The last equipment of the Northern Pacific in that section Is being used to bring away the women and children from "St. Regis. Most of the men of the town were at DeBorgia, seven miles,, above, fighting fire there, and many of them must have been cut off. Many Refngees. Missoula, Mont., Aug. 22. About 1000 refugees have been brought into Mis soula. There is much distress among them. Their wants are being supplied by Missoula people and they have been given temporary homes. These people came from the small towns along the line between here and "Wallace. Many of them had been roused from their sleep j by the people on the train, whose summons had been the first intimation that the fire was near; there had been no sign of it j when the people went to bed at night. xn mobv instances tnese people escaped only CiUitily clothed- A woman who had fled from her home at midnight gave birth to a child in a box car just after the arriyal of the first train at Missoula. Another train with 500 peo ple on board is expected tonight over the" Milwaukee road. A dense pall of smoke hangs over all western Montana. DR. CHE HOK'S VEGETABLE C03IPOLND, -vi,ujnjiis for hereditary debil- ty or weakness of men, women in d children. Chronic Blood Poison. Eruptions, all Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Ca tarrh, Heart Dis ease. Lung Trou ble. Liver Com plaint and Con stipation. Female internal trouble, inflama tion or acuta pains INSTANT- LT CURED. Of- building is beinir set and tfoe t.pt k;i.i. ter. Is not among thosG recorded, so the , iiiK will be ready for occupancy by the t," may yet oe alive- ' , . ! first of September. , j -The letter, written from Winnipeg j Cement walks are bein- laid on the i Canada, reads as follows: rndS"ir,tae!L5t0"l On behalf of the mother of Wm. nee 105 X. Campbell. Bell Phonex291. both San Francisco and EI Paso streets i Gordon, 'i write to you for inormation. The K.. Z. A- Ar t,pu ? if?Tr:J -He wrote to his mother m Ireland , inslidewalks on El Pasoicree't 'opposite j about -three months af' sayins he J the Schutz buildin" ' opp0blto in El Paso suffering from consumption. VAN WILS03S' IS BUILDING COTTAGE ON MONTANA STiUf an C. Wilson. Mr?. Wilson :ind little an C. are to have a new home. Van U, sr.. is building a cottage on Mon tana street in the 1S00 block. The house will cosl $3500 and ''will be completed in time for a house warming when the warming process will not be furnished entirely bv old Sol. aEOBGS WOEK DISS AT OCAMPG MINES Wife Beaches Him Before Death Sister Goes to Meet the Bernaius. TTIs mother bv return of post answered, and the letter was returned tocher marked 'not known.' "This being the first letter she had had from him for eight years led her to believe that he was near death at the time, and had since died. ".Tas. "W. Amer. "Brotheriniaw." The police department has been no tified, and will attempt to locate Gor- aon. The young man may have been in El Paso, Colo., another resort of sick people. GLOBE-WERNICKE Filing Cabinets. Ellis Bros. Printing Co. 110 S. Oregon. CULBERSON BETTER. Austin, Tex., Aug. 22. It is learned today that several personal letters have been received here from United States senator Chas. A. Culberson, In which the statement is made that he is fully re stored to health and expects to be in his seat when congress opens in December. LAUNDRESS SUES FOR HAND INJURED IN THE "MANGLER." Ramona Armenderiz.-15 years of age, through her next friend, has filed suit in the district court against Hotel Dieu, . nstiTM- dflTniifes in the sum 'nrf S5000. i George VT. Work connected with the S The plaintiff alleges that on March. 20 j oi t-hisx, year the clothes m the laundry department of Hotel Dieu became tan- ' gled in the mangier, which srhe wtis running: that one of the employes of the hotel, upon the plaintiff being afraid to untangle the mas of clothes, ordered her to put her hand in the machine, with Hie assertion that there was no danger. Plaintiff alleges that as a result her hand was crushed out of sluvpe and par tialty paralyzed: that before the acci dent she was comely, robust and cneer ful, but t&at now she is sad and melan choly, and so crippled that she is unable to earn a livelihood. Sierra Alines company at Ocampo, Chih., Mex., died at that camp fr,om typhoid fe ver after a short illness. His wife pass ed through El Paso a week ago en route jto the camp from the west and he died at Ocampo last week after her arrival. Saturday, the sister of the deceased passed through El Paso en route to Chihuahua to meet the body, former Lieut. H. O. Flipper, commis sioner of the Sierra Mines company, having telegraphed that he was bring ing the body to El Paso for interment. Mr. Work was formerly connected with the Greene Gold and Silver com pany in Ocampo and was then for a time connected with an Arizona com pany, f "Can be' depended upon" is an ex pression we all like to hear, and -when it Is used in connection with Chamber lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it never fails to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints. It is pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and aults. Sold by all druggist- JUAREZ CENTENARY FUNDS RAISED BY SATURDAY DANCE Under the auspices of the Typograph ical union of the centenary, Juarez young people danced Saturda- night in Teatro Juarez. It was the most recent of a series of entertainments being given by various bodies for the benefit of the centenary celebration in Ciudad Juarez. Mrs M. A. TVaggaman and three daughters. Misses Louise. Adele and Camille, of Houston, passed through El Paso Sunday en route to Cloudcroft for the rest of the seasor JUAKEZ MAYOR AYAIYTS GOOD SEWAGE SYSTEM Jefe politico Portillo of Juarez, and I the commission on sewerage disposition, have returned from the city of Chihua hua, wshere they inspected the irrigation system of disposal as practiced there. Engineers will be appointed to Investi gate the practicability of such a system in Juarez, which is installing its first drainage system. v No definite plans, however, have been arrived upon. Your complexion as well as your tem per Is rendered miserable by a disor dered liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you can im- prove both- Sold by all druggists. P Sdgi? .Jm f J m To be considered when bill ing feed for your stock is quality. You can depend upon getting the right qual ity at the right price if you buy here. We have a large number of brands to seleet from and can fiil your re quirements satisfactorily. Alfalfa seed; also fresh irelci, garden and flower seeds. Mail orders promptly filled. 0. G-. SEETQN & SOH, Third and Chmuahna Sts.