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Thursday, October 20. 1910. 9 - - f? OCTOBER 29 TO NOVEMBER 6 ia Promises to fnl$9ff ML jl- WAr FO? 77. WA TCH FOR IT. READ IT. Everybody should be represented in that paper, as it willbe the means of bringing more people to the EL PASO FAIR AND EXPOSITION than any other one effort put forth. PHONE BELL 116. FOR HERALD REPRESENTATIVE AUTO 1115 JHBt f y til i r ews Brevities Train Bulletin. Hock Island train No. 33 is two hours late and No. 3 is 45 minutes late; all other afternoon trains are on time. Dr. B. StHten, Roberts-Banner Bldg. Dr. J. A- Hedriek, surgeon and gyne cologist. Roberts-Banner building. Pauls In Hotel. St. Louis; Oct. 20. Guests at the Planter's hotel -were thrown into a Danic at midnight when a smokestacie on the building caused a fire, blaze was quickly extinguished. The Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason able price. Orer Guarantee shoe stora. Dr. Prentiss, practice limited to dis eases of stomach, intestines and liver. Rio Grande Bank building. Aunt Jemima "We have just received a fresh ship ment of Aunt Jemima's Pancake flour, which we are selling at tae special price of 2 packages for 15 cents. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Cholera Spreads In Italy. Rome, Italy; Oct. 20. The official re ports on the cholera situation indicate an increase in the spread of the dis ease- m the last 24 hours 37 new i FREE TO THE PTURED k New Home Cure That Anyone Can Use Without Operation, Pain, Danger or Loss of Time. I have a nevr Method tnat cures rupture and l -want you to use it at my expenie. I am not trying to sell you a Trass, but offer you a cure that stays cured and ends all truss-wearine and i anger of strangulation forever No matter whether you have a single, double sr navei rupture or one iouowing an operation, my Method is an absolute cure. No matter -what yiS nT how yoTur "work, my Method 1 SdfttreeV where all forms of trusses, treatments and oDem- ! tons have failed. 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This is fine weather to have some good sauerkraut for lunch. "We have the kraut. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Give your baggage checks to IiOngwell Cotton Goes Higher. Galyeston, Tex., Oct. 20. Upon re ports of serious storm damage to cro$s in the eastern cotton belt and ap proaching cold weather with probable frost, cotton has advanced ?1 'a bale here. C. L. Binington, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating Dr. W. it. Weeics, chronic diseases. Crisis in Portuguese Cabinet. Lisbon, Portugal, Oct. 20. There are rumors of a cabinet crisis. The minis ters of war, finance and public works, it is believed will resign. Dr. Scliuller, Dentist, has moved to Roberts-Banner building. Hotel Sheldon furniture is selling fast. 412 Myrtle Ave. Phone 400. Deitz Family Denied Bail. Eau Claire. "Wis., Oct. 20. Bail was refused John F. Deitz, Mrs. Deitz and their son, Leslie, yesterday by judge j Wiskham. Attorney Rubin asked bail j for the Deitzs, but the judge declined j to act as there "was no record of the preliminary proceedings and he had ' not acquired jurisdiction. A further hearing was set for next "Wednesday. Mexican Strawberries. "We are headquarters for Mexican strawberries, 20 cents a box. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Dr. I,eslye Hyde, osteopathic physi cian. S14 Mesa. Trick Elephant Kills Keeper. New York, N. Y., Oct. 20. "Quen," a trick elephant, became enraged at Robert Shields, a new keeper, who tried to shackle her in her winter quarters in Jersey City, and crushed him to death. She seized him around tlie waist with her trunk, slammed him against the wall, threw him to the floor and then trampled on his face knelt and finally gored him. on The body was unrecognizable when re- covered. 3-4 iron beds and springs. Sheldon Furniture Store. 412 Myrtle. Phone 400. Attention, AVon-Jman Circle. "Willow Grove No. 84 will have call meeting Saturday night, October 22. Im portant business. L.. G. Malon, Guardian. D. Mattice, Clerk. Card of Thanks. Mr. 'and Mrs. Truesdell take this means to thsnk their many friends for the kindneys and sympathy shown dur ing the ilJness and death of Mr. Trues 'dell's mother. Dowager Q.ueen In Italy. Pisa. Italy, Oot. 20. The dowager quern Maria Pla of "Portugal, has ar- j ship Regina Elena. She was met by j eatest THE EL Big ct rived at Combo on the Italian battle king Victor Emmanuel and accom panied his majesty to the royal hunt ing lodge at San Bosdore, where the royal family is residing. Longwell's hacks, best in town. E. A. BTersperger, arch't, Trust Bldg. Discover Dynamite Plot. Portland, Ore., Oct. 20. What is be lieved to have been a plot to dyna mite the house of Charles K. Henry, u prominent business man, became known yesterday. The "plant" consist ed of six sticks of dynamite, wrapped with about 30 feet of fuse. It was dis covered by a workman on Mr. Henry's premises hidden in a tree about 800 feet distance from the Henry residence. Phone 1 or 1001 for a Hack. Tell Longwell about your baggage. Discuss Xegro Mission Work. Boston, Mass., Oct. 20. The call of the missionary field to the young man, the progress made by the negro race and the prospects for further develop ment of the negro under missionary endeavor, were discussed at last night's meetings of the American Missionary association in connection with the con ference of the national council of Con gregational churches. Booker T.' "Washington, principal of Tuskegee, Ala., institute, was one of the speak ers. Don't delay if you need beds or dressers. Sheldon Furniture Store, 412 Myrtle Ave. Phone 400. Let Longwell get your baggage. t Assassin of Empress a Snicide. Geneva, Switzerland, Oct. 20. Luigi Luccheni, who assassinated the em press of Austria in 1898, committed sui cide "Wednesday evening in his cell in the prison known as L'Eveche. wo days ago Luccheni went violently in sane, and after smashing everything in sight, was put in a straight jacket. 'When his violence passed he was given cell liberty. Guards found him hang ing to the window bars by his waist belt which he had twisted around his neck. All efforts to revive" him failed. Mr. Business Man, when you want a picture of anything made quick, phono Stuart, 476 Bell. Our pictures make I good cuts. Resist Removal to Mexico. Guthrie, Okla., Oct. 20. W. L. Chap man, L. C. Grimes, John Garrett, A. Ii. Brown and R. C. Conine, who are charged with fraudulent transactions in Mexico, in connection -with the lands of Kickapoo indians began their strug gle .against- removal to that republic before United States commissioner Tib betts. Each of the defendants pleaded not guilty. Attorney Horner for the defence contends that the extradition of the men Is barred by the treaty of 1S99 between the two governments be cause the evidence is not sufficient to secure a conviction In this country. Full line of Fall underwear at Thornton's, 215 San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Reedy and family I leave tomorrow for Mexico, where Mr. " Reedy will take the position of cus toms broker and agent for the Yaqui River and Pacific railroad. Full line of Fall underwear at Thornton's. 215 San Antonio. Show E PASO in the Southwest, in Advance, All About Fair and Exposition Will omplete HOCSEWAKMING TO BE PLEASANT EVENT .Members of Y. W. G. A., Es pecially Invite the Men to Attend. Thursday evening the Young Wom en's Christian association will give its house warming at the boarding home which has just been completed on "West Missouri street. Everyoue is in vited to attend the formal opening and housewarming. The men are especial ly invited and Miss Mabel K. Stafford, the general secretary, is anxious that they call and inspect the new board ing home which the friends of the as sociation assisted inf iancing. A musical program will be given during the evening in which a number of the best known El Paso musicians will participate. The house warming will also be an informal farewell to Mrs. Robert Bruce Smith, the president of the Y. "W. C. A., who will leave soon ! for Parkersburg, "W. Va., in company with Rev. Dr. Smith The new boarding home wherev the 1 nouse warming is lj. uc kiu is iu- i ! cated on the corner of West Missouri and Fisher streets, at No. 541 Missouri. It -is just three blocks west of the Y. M. C. A. building. AMUSEMENTS. THE CRAWFORD THEATER. The "Man on the Box," the big comedy success that is now on at the Crawford, declares manager Rich, Is without doubt the best comedy that has ever been seen at this popular theater, and the company is the best that has ever been seen here at popu lar prices". Matinee Saturday. Starting Sunday matinee, Hall Caine's great suc cess, The Bondsman. This will be the big scenic production of the season, says manager Rich and he adds: "Get your seats early." CRAWFORD SATtTRDAY MATIXEE. Manager Rich says a better matinee bill could not be had than "The Man on the Box." He says it is full of good clean comedy and a bill especially adapted to women and children. Mat inee at 2:30; prices 10 and 25 cents. AT THE EL PASO THEATER. At the El Paso theater on Saturday, Oct. 22, pictures of the centenial cele bration of the independence of Mexico will be shown. Manager Cabney says 10,000 feet of film will be shown. The magnificent parade, wUh thousands of marchers in line, dressed in the cos tumes worn before the discovery of America, also the costumes worn bo fore the conquest of Mexico by Cortez. DECLARES TARIFF THE ISSUE. Boston, Mass., Oct. 20. The tariff in its relation to the high cost of living was declared the vital issue of the campaign in a letter of acceptance is sued by congressman Eugene X. Foss, who yesterday was formally notified of his selection as Democratic nominee for governor. DOMINATED FOR CONGRESS. The following congressional nomina tions were made Wednesday: First Rhode Island, William P. Shef field, Republican, renominated. Second Rhode Island, George H. Utter, Republican. BUY DEIVT'S GLOVES AT Thornton's, 215 San Antonio Held in the Southwest ver rair r Author of "The Colonel's Daughter," 'Toes in Ambush," Etc Lti By (Continued from yesterday.) What did the colonel mean by a trick? Mischief there had been once or twice. Tricks had been played, and one only this last summer during the campaign a trick, too. that if truth were told Lanier should have known about. At least it had been played for his bene fit and bad "pulled the wool" over the colonel's eyes. "I consider him as square a man as I know and utterly above a lie of any kind," rras the final answer. "And yet you hesitate. You know or have beard rumors," said Button suspiciously. 'I have heard rumors and slanders. Colonel Button." was Barker's prob ably injudicious reply. "Well, here," said Button impulsive ly "here are you and Stannard and Sumter, three of the 'old liners.' as you are called in your respective grades. i and I see plainly enough you three are tacitly condemning my attitude to ward Lanier. Now. I've bad enough of tbis. Tbere is nothing tbat re quires a commander to show his hand to bis subordinates, but as matters stand in this regiment oh. come in. Major Stannard. I sent for you pur posely, and Sumter as well, to meet me here at tattoo." The two seniors solemnly entered the presence. "As I was saying to Barker, as matters stand in this regiment some half a dozen at least of the men referred to as it 'representative officer?! areainar ently resentful of my arrest of Lieu tenant Lanier and attribute my course to pique, because he saw fit to show himself at the hop I declined to per mit him, as officer of the guard to at tend. You think possibly that be cause men like Captain Snaffle. Lieu tenant Crane and one or two of that set have been in consultation with me the matters at issue are beneath your notice. They at least are loyal to their commander and to the best interests of the regiment. Now I mean to show you. Mr. Barker," said he impressively, "go to Lieutenant Lanier and say that I desire bis presence here at once." And Barker took his cap and cape and departure without a word. Just as Barker neared Stannard's. at the head of the row. two cloaked and hooded forms hurried forth, and Bar ker almost collided with them. "Oh. good evening. Miss Kate! Good evening. Miss Arnold!" was his em barrassed greeting. Then, with at tempt at jocularity for which he later could have kicked himself: "I'm just intime to se e you home and head off Edition printed and distributed over ier Of the Cavalry General Charles King, U. 5. hobgoblins and hoboes. Indeed. I bej; pardon." he blundered on. "I'm just bound for Lanier's. Any message?" "You might say we wish him speedy deliverance." answered Kate Sumter. Silently Innier heard the summons. There w - rnncon why he shnn''" not go. said the doctor. "The air win do you good," he added, "and we'll be here when you come back." Ten mjnules. more and fox the. first time since Friday evening the accused omcer stood in the presence or his colonel. "Mr. Lanier," said Button presently, "I am free to say that I have had grave reasons for forming a most un favorable opinion of your conduct It has been my intention to forward charges of a serious nature against you and to urge your trial by general court martial. But such is my regard for these gentlemen that I stand ready to abandon my views and adopt theirs on your simple word. Can I say more?" There yras a. moment of silence. Then Lanier spoke, "It depends, sir, I think, upon what you wish me to an swer." Button colored. Turning to his desk, he took from an envelope several news paper clippings. "Do you care to saj; what part you took in their prepara tion?" "I took no part." "You do not know the author?" "I took no part, sir. I do not wish to say that I do not know the author." "Then permit me to infer that you know him a member of this com mand for no one else knew the facta and you shield him?" "I am shielding no man. Colonel Button." "Yet you know the author and you will not tell?;; . "What little I know came in such a way that r'cannQt-tell." was the reso- lute answer. "Enough said or refused to be said on that head. We will go to the next. Who personated you the night x you left your troop at Laramie and went, contrary to orders, to that frolic at the post?" A look of amazement came into the young" Officer's face. The answer came slowly, painfully: "I tookjpart in no frolicNsir. I went contrarytb' in- order that bad held good while we-vrefbut on the campaign, but that we did not suppose was bind ing tbere. I went to the post that night to help a fr a man who who needed money for an immediate jour ney. No one personated me to ray knowledge." "I have the written report of the of fiCfij-l of the, day, that rou were there j rH Copyright, 1&09, by J. B. Lippincott Company. A. J asleep at 21 p. m. Subsequently I learned that you were away from taps until nearly reveille." "You could have heard that from me. sir, and why I was gone, if need be." "Officers who make comrades and" intimates of enlisted men take chances that" "Colonel Button. I protest" i "protest you may. out listen you shall," was the instant rejoinder. "It is well known you interfered with a noncommissioned officer in the prop er discharge of liis duty. That was last June, and it was in behalf of that young man Kawdon. It is well known that you were hobnobbing with other enlisted men here. It is well known you lent civilian clothing to jar pro tege for his latest escapade" "Colonel Button gentlemen' cried Lanier, "this is beyond all right!" In deed, Stannard and Sumter were on their feet in expostulation, but the colonel's blood was up. Bang went his bell, and the orderly fairly, jumped into the room. "Call Sergeant Fitzroy," said he, and in another moment Fitzroy stood be fore them, a civilian coat and "waist coat hanging on his arm. "Briefly, now, sergeant, where did you get those?" demanded Button. "From the room that Trdoper Raw don occupied in town, su -Its the suit he wore about town last Friday." And, so saying, he held-tlrem forth. Lanier slowly took the coat; astonish ment in his eyes: glancedat? the tag in side, the collar, bearing the aiame of his. own. New York, tailor. (To Be Continued Tomorrow.) SYAOPSIS'OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. Trooper Rawdon and sergeant Fitz roy, lovers of Dora Alayhew, quarrel in Dr. Mayhew's home. Mayhew and Lieut; Lanier interfere. Lanier, lover of Miriam Arnold, is ordered in arrest for disobeying Col. Button's orders. Trooper Rawdon is ordered arrested, for assaulting sergeant Fitzroy. He disappears. Miriam gets a fright ac fUimte.r'3 home. Col. Button ;and Capt. Sumter quarrel over Lanier's case. Fort Gushing has a blizzard. Maj. Scot, paymaster, is lost. Fitzroy ac cuses Rawdon of attacking Scott. Miri am's fright was caused by a Thief in her room. Lanier gives whisky to two freezhng soldiers, Quinlan and Cassidy. Quinlan. finds Rawdon's cap at Lanier's 'nouses Detectives investigate the thief's in vasion of Miriam's room. Scott is found. Kate Sumter and Miriam refuse to talk about the thief. Col. Button sends for Lanier. Lanier denies writing unfriendly ar ticles about Button. Button accuses him of lending his civilian clothing to Rawdon. Fitzroy produces the clothing found in Rawdon's room in town. But ton also accuses Lanier of leaving his Quarters while in arrest. Lanier nar rowly escapes death by fire.