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UM DAUGHTER HAD SCALP H10R a Few Days hp i I 3 8 (Continued from Patre One.) ? F r Jr I i is mr I L 1 E Morgan Building, Ground Floor, Rear. ( The Postoffice is behind,) e Frank R. Tobin will be in this office between 9 a, m. and 11 a. rcu 7 days a week, phone 803. The other 22 hours each day you will find him at his main office in Tobin, Tjexas, phone 2271. F P Er H fi f " " . " influence upon him In trying the case The challenge was overruled and ex cepted to by the defence. The defence renewed its challenge for cause on the same ground of a fixed opinion and also because he is related to district attorney Howe and attorney W. H. Burges, being their fatherinlaw. The challenge was again overruled. The state accepted the juror and the de fence excused him peremptorily. Charles J. Anstrand, employed at the Hixson jewelry store, was challenged for cause by the defence because ho was prejudiced against the crime and the defendant. The challenge was sus tained and the juror excused. Civil Engineer "Walker Taken. J. E. "Walker, a civil engineer, con nected with the Southwestern railroad, was passed by the state and defence. The state accepted the juror and de fence took him. R. S. P. Cass, a clerk, was passed by the state and defence. The stato and defence then took the juror. The Special Venire. The remainder of the special venire for the Leech trial follows: Fred Lem ley, A. Golding, "W. E. O'Brien, George V. Calvert, H. M. Maple, W. Hosing, W. C. Taylor, H. Andreas, Sam Milli ron, J. H. Adams, Bruce Seeton, Edgar Held, A. Camoze, Dick Newton, David Block, D. H. Heineman, A. H. Snyder, J. I. Broyles, G. A. Trost, August An dreas, jr., R. P. Talpis, H. S. Potter, W. Pettus, R. C. Bailey, Clyde Holmes, N. G. Buchoz, Richard Ainsa, C. Farmer, T. M. "Wingo, T. A. Thurston, F. . Pit man, J. K. Zimmerman, Jim Paul, "W. D. Mayfield, Fred "Wright, J. R. Strick land, Larry Ford, C. E. Graham, . S. Petross, M. Goldoft, J. Y. Robertson, J. J. "Watts. Chas. H. Stetter, J. Davis Mavfield. J. F. Kilburn. T. E. Thorn- ton, N. Solomon, C. H. "Webster, E. J. Williams, R. 31. Harvey, Jack Craw ford, A. "W. Reeves, C. A. Donell, C. G. Reum, Max Posener, C. B. Ardoin, M. Coblentz, "W. . Pringle, C. E. Her bert, TV. E. Race, J. W. "Wilkey, J. H. Wolf, D. P. Caspary, F. W. Freeman, C. . "Wolfe, J. G. Waller, A. F. Reese, Juan Seln, 31. Opitz, J. C. Ronan, W. L. Wilson. Six More Excused. Axel Swanson, a tailor; Fred emley, a liquor dealer, and A. Golding, a jani tor, were" excused because they had scruples against inflicting the death penalty. W. E. O'Brien, a teller at the Rio Grande Valley bank, had formed a fixed opinion and was excused by the court. George V. Calvert, employed at tne Itched So that She Scratched Until Blood Came. Hair Fell Out. Scalp had Unpleasant Odor. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment Four Weeks. Scalp Perfectly Clear. a . Hair Began to Grow Again and Now Has Beautiful, Long Hair. o "When my little daughter was about; five years old, she was taken with the measles. A few weeks after the measles were gone, she began to have a severe scalp humor. It itched so that she would scratch the whole day, until the blood came. We had a doctor and. tried a good many other remedies, but nothing helped. Her hair all fell out and the scalp itself had an un pleasant odor. "After we had tried all the other remedies, my wife told me to try the Cuticura Remedies. We boueht one cake of Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment. We used the Cuticura Kem edies according to directions and in about three or four weeks her scalp was perfectly clear of the terrible humor. Her hair began to grow again and now she has beautiful, long hair. Since that time I have recommended the Cuticura Remedies to other people and they also had success. Chas. Salzbrenner, Amana, Iowa, Nov. S, 1909." Cuticura Soap (25c). Cuticura Ointment fiJOc) and Cuticura Resolvent (50c ) or Cuticura Pill3 (25c ) are sold throughout the world. Potter Drug & Chera. Corp- Sole Props.. 135 Columbia Ave Boston. Mass. 4STMailed tree. 32-pasje boot. How to Treat for Affections of the Skin and Scalp. Everything is shaping up nicely in our new quarters in the Roberts-Ban ner building and while it will be the latter pari of the week before every- thing is properly arranged we extend you an invitation to visit us. NEW ARRIVALS BEING SHOWN Just as fast as we can possibly arrange the stock we are adding to it our magnificent new line of , china, cut glass, silverware, etc. You are invited to give our dis play a most critical inspection. DAILY RECORD. Buildine; Permits. , To Harry Day, to build two 'room res idence on Morenci street, lot 25 and est half of lot 24, block 137, East EI Paso; estimated cost, $900. To Jose Laguna, to build two room adobe, Santa Fe, between Ninth and Tenth streets; estimated cost, $50. To M. J. Keating', to add room on lot S, block 32, Campbell addition; estimated cost, S40. To R. M. Gates, to add porch to house on lots 13 and 14, block 131, East El Paso, Douglas street; estimated cost, $20. Deeds Filed. TWO THOU MEETING OF BANKERS T (Continued From Page One.") Ing. In view 6f the insidious methods employed, It is essential that our mem bers be constantly on their guard against these operations and at the same time cooperate with the protec tive committee in any manner that will secure certain punishment to those instigating and perpetrating this system of high finance. BaitkiHg and Currency Reforms. The last few years have witnessed a remarkable change In the views of many bankers and the entire country on the question of banking and cur rency reforms. Call it what you will preferably "the Bank of the United Stales" we surely need a large institution for re discount and currency issue to perfect our otherwise admirable banking sys tem. TVe have many advantages over the : aioiems ui oimT countries, ror we de rive great benefit from our method of bank uj Tvjslon and ihe operation of individual local banking units, but AMUSEMENTS. THE CRAWFORD OPENING. ..naer Frank Rich announces that the Wass Stock company will open the regular stock season nf. ii rvo;i l.- ..:.- , -... '. . I r- ' J j- . ... v. VAWIWWU mcou umi& uave no ultimo.'. e conesion ounuay, uct. i), with Urown of Har and are like an unorganized mob in I vard." Seats' on sale Thursday nt 9 time of war. presentirg in eoch e:uor- oclock. 3 o-.t .... ouuib AUIUIIIUU Ul CLU XIX- Tobin. Texas Frank "R Tnhin m t.s. Hoyt Furniture company, was excuse mar Smith and M. H. Bonner, lots 3 because of fixed opinions regarding the J and 10, block 95; consideration, $70; case. dated June 19, 1909. H. M. Maple, a real estate dealer, Tobin, Texas Lamar Smith to M H was pasged by the state. He was Bonner, lots 9 and 10, block 95; con- challenged by the defence because he stated that he had formed a fixed opinion. He was excused by the court Both Sides Challenge. "W. Hosing, a clothing dealer, stated that he had an unchangeable fixed opinion and was challenged by the de fence for cause, the state joining in the challenge, and he was excused. "W. C. Taylor, a contractor, was ex cused by the state, because he stated that he had such an opinion that it would influence him in the case if chosen. He was excused by the court, after the defence was refused an op portunity to question the venireman. Judge "Wharton excepted to this in the record. Herman Andreas of the City National bank was passed by the state and de fence, the state took the juror ana the defence excused him on peremp tory challenge. ability to obtain enough currency and credit to tide over intense situations and prevent the usual losses to worthy and solvent concerns. In. every other nation of the world a banking and monetary system head ing up to an institution of discount and currency issue has demonstrated its beneficial influence to aid in keep ing busines conditions steady and sta ble by conservatively controling the expansion of credit through its rate of discount and automatically increas ing and decreasing the volume of note issues with the requirements of trade. It, therefore, does not seem reason- J able that our business men can longer tolerate tne handicaps under which SPANISH OPERA TONIGHT. ' The 'Spanish Oera company will open a three nights' engagement at the Craw ford theater tonight in the Mexican drama "Chucho el Roto.'' Onager Rich says the company is a large one. num bering 35 people and that some excellent singing can be looked for. This is a rare chance to see and hear opera in bpamsh, as it should be sung, declared manager Rich. The company carries all its own scenery and a. splendid produc tion is promised. Prices are 25c, 35c. and 5Uc. FORTY NEW MEN JOIN Y. M. C. A. THE EL PASO THEATER. -Manager Rich savs th F.i pc , their affairs suffer when they realize er wil1 .Pen Sunday, Oct. 9, rith fhe that the causes of these handicaps em- " musical comedy success, "Morning, iiiiim nun virviir ' 'A..-. -l m - - THAT FIRST GRAY HAIR Is only a Deginning. Others will follow ealy too quickly if you neglect them. Now is the time to use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. It will keep out the GRAY HAIRS, and help you to retain the nat ural color end beauty of your hair. Send 3c for books "The Care of the Hair and Skin." Fhilo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J., U.S.A. REFDSE ALL SUBSTITUTES $1 and 50c. bottles, at druggists FOR SALE AXD RECOMMENDED BY KXOBLAUCH DRUG CO. r If you -want the best meats at the lowest prices, call Opitz Market Both Phones anate from weaknesses in our banking system which can be easily cured, and it Is also hard to believe that congress will long: be unmindful of the absolute necessity for a proper revision of our banking- and currency system. General Business. The past year has been an active one for our over 90.000.000 of ueonle: the volume of clearings for the f eight months past, according to Brad street's exceed those of 1909 by 5 per cent, and the percentage of Idle rail road cars in the month of August is 66 percent less than in 1909, all tend ing to keep our institutions busy and fully employ the funds entrusted to our care. The nation's increasing power of consumption without an apparent cor responding increase in production has stimulated the cost of living, and espe cially the cost of food prices, and at the same time istending to seriously weaken our export power, which, in every financial stringency heretofore, has quickly brought gold to relieve the strain. . Throughout the nation we find wasts i everywhere, in the housewife's kitch en, in the business man's office and in the farmer's field, and our extrava gance in living is tending to exceed Income and encroach upon capital. Report of Secretary. The annual report of general secre tary Pred E. Farnsworth for the fis cal year ending August 31, ,1910, shows a membership of 11,405 as against 10, 6S2 on August 31, 1909, a net increase for the fiscal year of 723. The aggre gate capital, surplus and deposits of the membership is shown to be almost S14.000.000.000. The paid memberships have increased from 1600 on September lr 1875 to the present figures of 11,405, the present membership being .divided as follows. National, 4486; state, 4172; private 892; trust companies, 1025; savings banks, 830. JNoon and -Xieriit " Spn.0 ci th,."7 day moraine at 9 oclock at the Craw ford box office. THE PRINCESS THEATER. "ess management is present ing the A. R. Ablunan's talking pictures in connection with the regular picture show. These talking pictures, the man ager says, are not of the phonograph or mechanical kind but are produced by clever actors behind i,h Bmani! a makes an enjoyable entertainment This is the last week for talking pictures at tnis house. 2s o advance in price of ad mission. The Princess Theater. VALENTINE MAN LEASES LAND AND SINKS WELL. Kanas City Resident took for Loca tion; Snnday School Services t Sev eral Cars of Cattle Sold. Valentine, Texas, Oct. 4 W J To chausen of Marathon, has leased sev eral sections - of grazing land adjoin ing .Valentine from L. S. Smith and A. K. DHlara. Mr. Dillard will soon have the deep well on this land completed and abundant wa,ter supply is as sured. iJ; ," sborn of Kansas City, is here looking for a location. i' ?; Beham. a cattle buyer from Merkel, has purchased several cars of cattle and will ship to Fort Worth F Creamer, of Sierra Blajica, co'n Sundly.36 in the Unln hurch TeVOX s"pPer &"ven for the bone fitTOf the school library netted ?1G0 i(m IcI'-'lrov' of Fort Davis, is here looking for range. Race to the South Pole Won by kelson Rheinheimer Team Saturday. Considerable enthusiasm was aroused at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday night over the closing of the boys' membership contest. This campaign was set up as two expeditions to the south pole, one captained by .Nelson Kiheinheimer and the other by Frank Ross, and all the boy members of the association were lined up on eitiher one or the other of these expeditions. Every dollar brought in on memberships during the week counted 40 miles on the trip to the pole, the Ross expedition traveling from Jil Paso to the south pole bv -way of New York and the Rheinheimer expedition bf way of San Francisco. Record was kept of the prog ress of the campaign by tracing the num ber of miles traveled each dav on a map hung in the lobb3r of the Y. ZI. C. A. The race was exactly even up to within half an hour of' the closing time Saturday night, when some members of the Rheinheimer expedition captured a boy down town and rushed him up to the building with the membership fee which nvon the race for the Rheinheimer team. About 40 new names were added to the boys' membership lifet during the cam paign. A banquet for the new members, together with the boys who secured them, is being arranged for an early date. ! Y. 31. C. A. NOTES. i : ? Educational classes will begin tonight at 7:30. Organisation is under way in Spanish, mechanical drawing and busi ness. ' A. G. Pearson, state secretary of Kan sas associations, is a guest at the local association building. Mr. Pearson's home is in Topeka. J. G. Boor, a traveling immigration de partment man. is visiting at the asso ciation building. sideration, $35; dated Dec 8, 1909. franklin Heights addition, Hutton stTeet, between ilrlzona and Rampart streets Great Texas Realty company to J. T. and Florence E. LeaveH, south 40 feet of lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 and south 40 feet of the west 10 feet of lot 5, block 93; consideration, $3000; dated. July 5, 1910. Latta's addition, Rivera street, be tween Boulevard and -Latta street Emilio Vega to Jose B. Nevares, lot 15, block 17; consideration, $245; dated Oct. 3, 1910. Lincoln Park addition, Rosa street, between Roosevelt and Washington Park avenue R. D. May, sr., and Susie Helvey to C. Shepherd, lots 5 and 6, block 14; consideration, $500; dated Sept. 16, 1910. El Paso County Albert, Jane M, and William C.- Maverick, Laura Maverick Graves, W. H., Robert, Lewis' and Au gustus Maverick to Z. T. White, S. A Maverick surveys Nos. 163 and 165; part of Antonio Rodriguez survey No. 172, B. A. Maverick surveys Nos. 1G6, 167, 16S, 169, 170 and 171, and part of Antonio Rodriguez survey No. 172 consideration $7500; dated May 7, 1910. Licensed to Wed. Santa Cruz Duran and Caterino Gar- I cia. Cesario Baldivia and Toraasa Augiga. J. S. Blue and Lee Hamilton. Births. To Julian Bargas (Mexican), 2126 ' Michigan avenue; girl. Sept. 8. To P. E. Jette (American), Mesca lero, N. M., girl. Oct. 1. To O. T. Ward (American), Missouri street, girl. Sept. 29. To Dario Relies (Mexican), 609 Tenth street, girl. Sept. 26. To W. Alarcon (Mexican), old Fort "aa, uvi. oept. X. I W. T. Hixson Comp Jewelers Roberts-Banner Building Corner Mesa and Mills IV T m CJi ik3 "?5E22 -!r"4J any fMflt jjy r J. tJteS" w"-' Why Not Patronize Home Industry By Eating McCuIJough's Home Made Candies ? PHONE ORDERS DELIVERED Bell 1000 Auto 1158 WIDESPREAD SEARCH ON FOB DYNAMITERS (Continued From page one.) urday morning and through it en deavoring to trace the men,-' who pur chased the explosive at the Giant pow der mills across the bay from ithls city. Earl Rogers, a Los Angeles attorney, and the head of the detec tive agency, are in San Fran cisco on the trail of the alleged dynamiters. They were accompanied by several detectives from the Los An geles police department and together with half a dozen men from ihe de tective bureau of the local department, spent a busy day in nunning down any ing for clues that may lead to the ar TraU Leads Back to Lo Augeles. Arrests and sensational developments which It was rumored would follow soon after the arrival of the Los Angeles at tornej' and detectives did not transpire and it is intimated that the trail was leading back to Los Angeles. To Enero Rodriguez (Mexican), near j ited the 'powder plant at Giant. In the efforts of the detectives was that the name "Peerless evTJently was a disguise, a local sign, firm giving the information that it sold ithe aluminum letters of this name and about the size as seen on the launch snortly before September 23. No further trace of the men or the boat has oeen found, ac cording to statements made by offi cers. "We are without any positive clues," said Rogers, "but we think we are on the right track and I believe that de velopments will lead us back to Los Angeles." Let us suggest a dainty frozen desert. Phone the Elit$ any time. Watts pumping plant boy. Sept. 27. 'lo Apolonio Olguin (Mexican), girl Oct. 3. RAINS AT aiARFA PROVE GOOD FOR THE RANGES The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the less danger from pneumonia and other serious diseases. Mr B W L HaU, of Waverly, Va., saysr "i firmlv believe Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be absolutely the best preparation on the market for colds. I have recom mended it to my friends and thev all agree with me." For sale bv all dealers. 3IARFA HORSE OWXERS SHIP TO FORT WORTH. San Antonio Minister Preaches in Two Churches Sunday: Methodist 3IIn- Ist,er Leaves for Conference Marfa, Tex, Oct 4. Rev. Robert H. Rogers, a Presbyterian minister, of San Antonio, preached Sunday morning in the Episcopal church, and in thl Baptist church Sunday night iiss icnei woodward and Brvnn ,Cartwright, both of this city, ere married in the Baptist church. Thev will live on a ranch near Davis R. R. Ellison brought in two car loads of horses, which he shipped east Rev. B. W. Allen preached his fare well sermon in the Methodist church Sunday. He left Monday for Artesia . -L, to attend conference. The Hysam Land company has moved into tho Raelzsch building. Wadenpohl and Moore shipped two car loads of calves east j BURGLARS BECOME ACTIVE IN NOGALES HOTEL AND STORE Secure Clothing From Hotel; Chinaman Is Captured Near Mprley; Amer ican Consul a Father. Xosales, Ariz., Oct. 4. An attempt was made to rob a Chinese store on kelson avenue here ibut the men were frhrhtened away without securing any iliss Diana de la Ossa of Loehiel, has arrived m Xognles to take a postiion in the postoffirp. Miss Besie Fowler hav ing resigned to visit relatives and friends for some time in Texas. Born to the wife of United States consul Dye at Xogales, Son., a girl. A thief entered the Arizona 'hotel here and made away with several ar ticles of clothing from one of the rooms. A Chinaman was captured here in the JnlJs back of Mori ey avenue and taken to Tucson to be tried for violation of the ; law, Horses and Cattle Shipped; Entertain ments; Baptist Minister Resigns; Woodmen's Circle Entertains. Marfa, Tex., Oct. 4. Marfa had an other shower after which there was a decided fall chill in the air. Two carloads of horses and two of cattle were shipped to eastern markets. The younger set enjoved a partv at the residence of Mrs. 'W. G. Moore. Games, music and refreshments were the order of the evening. The Woodmen's Circle entertained the Woodmen Monday at the lodge rooms. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brite leave this week for Kansas City to attend the cattle show, after which they will go to Topeka to th national convention of the Disciples of Christ. Rev. J. J. Maurer has tendered his resignation to the congregation of the Baptist church. MANY LAND SALES ARE RECORDED AT VAUGHN J Costa county, while the men they brought with them, and the local police scoured the water front for some trace of the mysterious launch, the "Peer less" which took ,500 pounds of SO per cent gelatine dynamite from the pow der works after it had been purchased in the San Francisco office of t'ne com pany by three men giving the names of Leonard, Bryson and Morrison. This occurred on September 23, according to the records of "the company. One Cine Fonnd. About the only clue which rewarded iBest Prescription For the Stomach KELLY AXD POLLARD SELL IT. Two New Dairies Are Started There; New Cement and Adobe Residence Building; Newspaper Sold. Vaughn, X. M., Oct. 4. Roy H. Cran dall of Albuquerque has bought the re linquishment of J. E. Palmer's improved homestead a mile and a half west of town. Mr. Crandall will bring a lot of cows from Albuquerque and establish a dairy on the property. V F. Gruff has the walls of his ce ment adobe half finished. Houghton & O'Gradj have become the owners of the Vaughn Xews, haviii" bought the interest of W. C. Marshall." L. P. Warner, two miles south of town, has bought a number of cows and lias started a dairy. W. D. Wyatt has gone to Cancario, X. M., to cut alfalfa raised, on his claim Stops Belching and all .Stom ach Agony in Five Minutes DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE. "Rough on Rats," the Unbeatable Ex terminator of Roaches, Ants, Mice, Rats, etc. The secret is, you, 'not the maker, do the mixing. 15c, 25c, 75c See directions how to use in out-puild- Quality and Service We never get tired of talking the Quality of the Meats we sell. We find that exercising care thTrmcrhnnt is our best investment. Customers I are absolutely protected on Quality. hen it comes to Service this market stands without a rival. J. G. PEYTON, Successor to Robinson's Market. 114 N. Stanton St 3oth Phones. Prompt Service. 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