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Saturday, Sept. 17, 1910,
13 i I "Have a Peek" At our line of New Fall Boots and Slippers before you see "the other fellow's." You will he sure to come hack and huy from us, hecause they are just a little different and just a whole lot bet ter than you find else where. See "Pews Shoes to verify the above statement. after 9 o'clock Sunday night on Mesa avenue, between the Popular store and the new Caples building-, and that Jung, when he last saw him, was near the allev running south on the east side of the Popular store. Sing also testi- j fied that Jung vror a blue shirt, turn down collar, light hat and rather dark coat. Detective Stansel, upon being re called, testified that he had known Jung for a year, and that he had al ways been a neat dresser, and that he had usually worn a turndown collar. Ed. Mebus, former city detective, whose official head was cut off by his uncle, mayor Keliy, at the time of the decapitation of eight policemen on Sep tember 1, testified that he had known Jung for six months; that he was a neat dresser and had always worn a turndown collar. Policeman's Memory Poor. Officer Juan Alderete was the last witness for the state and the effort of county attorney Bridgers to secure a statement from him that the body of Leung Mon Toon was found Monday morning furnished the only diversion during the hearing. Alderete insisted that the dead Chinaman was found Sun day morning. Mr. Bridgers endeavored to fix the day by asking If the saloons were open, but still Mr. Alderete re fused to take the hint, and declared the day was Sunday. Finally, Mr. Bridgers said: "I'm only trying to fix the date in his mind, may it please the court, whether It was the 11th or 12th of September." "It's perfectly plain what you're try ing to do," attorney Ware, represent ing Jung, responded. Alderete, before the diversion, testi fied that about 5:30 o'clock Sunday morning a Mexican boy told him a dead Chinaman was lying in the allev back of the Star stables, facing on Overland street, and that he found the knife about 20 feet from the dead man. Bond Fixed at 55000. Following Alderete's statement, the state announced that it rested and at torney "Ware announced that no defence would be made. Mr. Bridgers and Mr. Stanton then insisted upon a heavy bond, holding Jung to await the action of the grand jury, stating that they believed the circumstantial evidence warranted the procedure. Justice Mc Clintock then placed the bond at 55000 and Jung was remanded to the county jail. Hundreds of Distinguished Ne Fall Garments "Boston Store Quality and Style s-fp sir, : rr. fg( '" 5 "j s-r 'jf jT .f"""- "V r '-- Brimful of the Noted TT IS A PLEASURE to have so much of the NEW to tell about, for every department has some fresh, attractive, new garments almost daily, all of which brings added facination and beauty to the fore, and gives you as perfect and charming a se lection as you will have at any time during the season. We have been informed many times in the past week that the largest and handsomest display of Autumn Garments and Millinery in EI Paso is to be found at the Boston btore. An inspection of the new goods will prove a pleasure to you, we are sure, and will be appreciated by us. At the Boston Store You Will Find the Largest and Handsomest Assortment of New Suits. Manufacturing Centers of the World have contributed of their best to N ; ews Train Bulletla. All aftern'eon and evening- trains are reported on time. Holeproof Sox. If you wear Holeproof sox you will not be troubled with holes in your sox. Bryan Bros. the great values waiting for you SUITS FOR $19.75, A good popular price, and the suits are made of the most popular materials for utility wear. These $19.75 Suits make a splendid showing, for they are so perfectly tailored and have good lines, .which is what gives the best of style. Plain and diagonal Serges, and Basket Weaves are what you will find colors of navy, tan, brown, reseda and black. If you are looking for a $25.00 or $27.50 value in a suit and want to pay just $19.75, then surely see these suits before buying. s in Dresses K Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Has Queen Oliyes In bulk. Phone 353. i We are 11 11 The Shoe Its' Serious "Wreck. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 17. The Chicago-Kansas City, Rock Island pas senger train due here at 7:45 oclock, running- over the Burlington tracks, j crashed into a Burlington passenger tram near Holt, 32 miles northeast of hare about 615 oclock last evening. It Is said that a largv- number of passen gers on the Burlington are Injured. One man was killed and 19 persons injured. CHUN BOUND MA IN BIG (Continued from page 9.) he had talked, -with him. Stansel testi fied that Jung at first told him he was sick Sunday night and did not leave his room. Stansel also testified that the bloody collar found near Toon's body was found by policeman Barney Early. Boy Found Scabbard. Officer C. F. Leary -was the next wit ness, and he testified that a small boy found the scabbard about liP feet from the body of the dead Chinaman and gave It to him. Leary stated mat po liceman Juan Alderete had preceded him to the scene of the killing. Deputy constable Ivy Finley was the next witness for the state and he told of seeing a bloody trail marking the course of the Chinaman after he was stabbed, and the pool of blood -where the man fell and died. air. Finley and officer Birney Early, -who followed, told of seeing the turndown collar and identified n collar produced In court as that found near the scene of the killing. "Woo Moo Saw Jung-. A contradiction of Mar Lun Jung's statement that he -was sick Sunday night and did net leave his room came when "Woo Moo "ing -was recalled, as he testified that In saw Jung shortly H. F. Wright, D. O.; M. D., 214 Tex. Osteopathy a specialty. Dr. Aura Tlenm, lady physician, resi dence 812 Magoffin. Both phones. "Late Fall Ti.es. "We have just received a line of very swell new fall ties. All the latest shades and patterns. Bryan Bros. You'll like what you get to eat at Jackson's Sanitary Grocery because it's all -high grade food. Phone 353. Mayor Killed la Auto. Douglas, Ga., Sept. 17. The Geor gia and Florida passenger train from Yaldosta, collided with the automobile of IT. S. Price in this city, killing may or F. L. Sweat, of Douglas, and in juring the rest. Ladies' and Misses' Plaid Dresses, nicely made and. "neatly trrmmed- $8.00 Dresses a aO $15.00 Dresses, for r D aO for New Fall Styles in Ladies Waists Beautiful line Ladies' Tailored "Waists, in all colors; $3.50 waists $1.75 Madras Waists in plain and sfri-npc: npntlv tailnrprl Silks and Persians, the latest and most up to date patterns; $"7.-50 waists Velvet Waists, in black only. Handsomely made, and are verv attractive. See them. $1.98 fcW 3Bu. X-& O New Arrivals In Coats and Furs We are opening up a handsome line of Ladies' Coats and Furs. We especially invite you to inspect this line. We are sure jou will find, a coat or a set of furs to suit you we are glad to show them. Come! The Artistic in New FalJ liner v Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Over Guarantee shoe store. Bryan Bros. Special. Hats that are up to the minute in every respect. Bryan Bros. C. L. BlDlnprton, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9, painting, paper hanging-, decorating JacksonV Sanitary Grocery Has fresh clams, clam juice and minced clams. Phone C53. P 1 LES "I have suffered with, ples for thirty rix years. One year ago lest April I be gan taking Cascarets for constipation. In die course of a -week I uoticed the piles began to disappear and at the end of six weeks they aid not trouble me at all. Cascarets have done wonders for me. I am entirely cured and feel like a new man." George Kryder, Napoleon, O. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.7 Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe. 10c. 25c 50c Never sold In bulk. Tbegrea nlne tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to aere or tout money back. Q?0 iCW.GEIGERi EL PASO, TEXAS. Furniture Packed, Moved, Stored, Forwarded, Repaired. Office Furniture bought and sold. Shop and Office: City Transfer First and Ochoa Sts. BeH Tel. 2400. Xight and res Tel Auto 1509. FIRST CLASS WORK ONLY Patent 31edlclne Men Fall Out. Chicago. HI., Sept. 17. L. V. At kins, a patent medicine manufac turer, was shot and fatallx- wounded in his office in the Marine building here yesterday by Dr. James M. Rainv. Atkins dld soon after beine- talten tn a hospital. Rainey withdrew from the company of which Atkins was president two months ago, and started another firm with much the same name. Ac cording to Jos. Iigraham, attorney for Rainey, mail claimed by the latter was frequently delivered to Atkins. This progressive department at the Boston store is splenclid.lv readv with every shape, color and combination that Fashion has approved in An- i " "HlTITn TTckQrlTT-nQ-n -rV-r -nTATnon '"Pllr nni-r mnrlolc inri1n-ln mvllncn non-fi-Pnl -p ixCXfrAvrfJ- f ects for both street and dress wear. For street the artistic conceptions in small, close-fitting Turbans are in high favor. For dress, the very large Silk Beavers and Velvets are correct, rich and impressive. Specials In Hats Turbans In aH the latest shades and color?; neatly made and tastefully trimmed. They aire great values for fche price, $5 50 Turbans at"1 $2.97 6 50 Turbans at 3.97 $7.50 Turbans at $4.97 Sale of Plumes Handsome line of Plumes, nil colors and sizes, and ranging in price from $3.9S to $50.00. See them before jou(buy a phmip. We bfiee you will net hae to look further. -OME OF LOW PRICES Holeproof Sox. If you -wear Holeproof sox you will not be troubled -with hol-s In your sox. Brycn Bros. Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis eases of stomach, intestines and liver. Rio Grande Bank building. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Has eels m jelly. Phone 353. Conjrres-smen Renominated. Denver, Colo , Sept. 17. Democrats of the first district 3'esterday renom inated A W. Rucker, incumbent, for congress. John A. Martin, of Pueblo, the Incumbent, was renominated for congress by the Democrats of the sec ond congressional district. Late Fall Tie. We have just received a line of very swell new fall ties. All the latest shades and patterns. Bryan Bros. gggMSSSSSmaiM V V-tfl6&18 :ywvv . .v; --- ocr .- e sj- ..' vws ty our superb collection of new fall and winter suits; and the styles, materials -Jf'Sj- . . fm' vty AW$ '.V - RSSvlj and trimmings are bewilderinglv varied. There are hard-twisted serges, v-S'-k , . w fi $m$ $ RiVife rougn cneviots, wiaewaie, diagonals, iancy ana manmsn weaves, oroaaciocns .- . Trn& Jl'l vl f'rs;P and yet the suit materials are not half told. To give you a faint idea of SH3LWMiI S&StXhJ I -X TV ,V. ..v'vx-M Va-A-Jf .- A SS "V "Wk ?', t I i I ghzg. ffilW -W' 2- Ji - J 4Strj ii -- rtfeaJ .' "$ f mm c;TIHfeSk ; ill TMt i a "tsSkV mr lH I wxxzz?ri52t A .rit5.i irf.Ks. ts "J.VSfl - I ft I I sl l!wi 1. Ill mkfm ?M m -II 1 it I m? m mmMzkfl fifi'll&S 1 ; fell I -t I fl Bf s i v ll 1 1 1 ! 1 llllfe 0 ?- ; v i m III 11V- 11 fexWSr8 Bit; E. Overland St. ib.fcjws S are ready at' all times to serve our friends pomeioy El Paso Transfer Co. "W. .T. Harris, President. "Vr. C. Davis, Vice President. .1. W. Davis, Manager. TJonili For Kaiser. Berlin, Germany, Sept. 17. A spe cial dispatch to the Morgan Post form Piinflrii-nhon TTllTlWarY 5S'5 tllflt II formidable bomb was discovered yes- j terday lying on the railroad track in j front of emperor William's train, m ; which he was going to the Hunting Lodge, 25 . miles southeast of Funf-kirchen. NOTICE. "We have understood that there Is some report circulating among our for mer patrrns that -we were going out of business. Any Kiich report is erroneous and false We have some new men with us that arc experienced transfer and liv ery men and fuMy capable of running our lusmess in perfectly satisfactory manner wilh our patrons and we appre ciate favors extended us in past and Brjan Bros. Special. Hats that are up to the minute in every respect. Brynn Bros. Attention Trainmen. All members of the Brotnerhood of Railroad Trainmen are requested to meet at Red Men's hal at 2 p. m Sun day, September 18, for th purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother, Ollie O'Faxrell C. Farmer, Secretary. CroTrd lilt bj Aeroplane. Milwaukee, "Wis , Sept. 17. Fight persons, fhe women and three men were more or less seriously injur ed when a Wright aeroplane, dri en by Arthur Hoxey, swerved from it course and went into the- crowd before the grand stand at the state fair yester day. The aiiator was uninjured. None of the injured will die. s ntenccd to serve a three year term; Mi ' guel Galindo. three years for burglary, Dio Watts, three 3 ears for burglary, and Richard Smith, negro, three years for burglary. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery Has Flaked Codfish. Pliouc 353. Steson Hats In the nev? fall shapes are now on display at this store. Brynn Bros. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: That I 1 will bell .it public sale, at the court- house door, in in Paso, Teas, on the 4th day of October, 1910, all of the property of th I"l Paso Chemical and Fiber company, consisting of Distillery, and Distillery Premises. Engine, Boil qrs. Implements and Tools. For further j information, address F. I. MeKamy, Re- ucitci. xl.i srnsu, Aeit&, jr. j. uu 000. the police station The ar- I gJQ. TT&igg AT ade by officers A alencia ', .".j-jr -a.J. THE EL PASO FAIR is held at rest was made by and Carbajal, Friday night. Crnianette Hats Are the latest. A full line here. Brynn Bros. Dr. J. A. Hcilrlck, surgeon and gyne cologist. Room 4, Coles Building. Dr. W. It. Weefts, chronic diseases. Cravnnette Hats ore the latest. A full line here. Brjan Bros. Jackson's Sanltarj Grocery Has Tobasco shrimp. Phone 353. Boys To Industrial School. Deputy sheriff Greet leaves Satur day night for Gatesvllie, Tex , in charge of four El Paso county young sters, who will be delivered to the Industrial School for Boys The boys are E. Sanchez, convicted of theft and Call for Longw ell's hacks at Union depot. Toeman Hats. The new fall styles. Brjnn Bros. L.oiicwciri Hacks Are now at the union depot at all times- Please call for them. ImpoHsIUJe to Believe They are made of candy. Look in the window at The Elite Confectionery. Jnckson's Sanitary Grocery Has fresh diW pickles Phone 353. Held on Robbery Charpe. On a charge of robbery. Isabel Ruiz Hold baggage checics for Longwell; get your baggage today, not tomorrow.' Don't Uke the Statue. At lantic City. N J . Sept. 17. The Union Veterans Legion yesterday adopted, resolutions regretting thai the state of Virginia had seen fit to place the statue of Gen Lee in statu- ary hall, Washington. Stetson ITnt In the now fall shapes are now on display at this store. Bryan Bros. (Continued From 2-age Nine.) crowd-getters Secretary Rich and the j fireworks display each evening, with uie piece de resistence on the last night, a collision of two locomotives made of fireworks, dashing together headon. They will be regular locomotive sise, he Is assured. Jackson's Snnitary Grocery Has Mrs. Dan Kelly's home baked cakes fresh every moVnlng. 75 cents each. Phone 353. COWBOY MAY LOSE f - LEG FROM A FALL. j Dalhart, Texas. Sept. 17. Ira Morris, j 3D years old, a cowboy for Peck & 1 Slavens. In practicing relay races at j the fair grounds, making a change In (mounts fell and received a. compound fracture of the right leg below tha I knee, severing the muscles of thv? blood I vessels and both bones protruding. The j injury may result in amputation of the I limb. Yoemnn nats. The new fall stvles. Brynn Bros. TROOPS CHANGED. Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 17. The troops of the Eighth cavalry, stationed at Forts Huachuca and Apache, this terri torv.'hrie been ordered to the Philip pines. The 12th cavalry will come over from the Philippines to replace them.