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Take advantage of the splendid array of bargains offered here especially for Wednesday a. ni. shoppers. Tomorrow Afternoon- Take advantage of the oppor tunity of seeing El Paso 's Fall Fair and Exposition. Make El Paso Day one to be remembered. tmmmh " iT7'"t7a'l"T iti,T';LafT1liiBE!ja3l g iunTm;e.vt-u)i j MilwSm kfeSS& ifmiFi 1 XVH Our closing out sale of Children's and Infants' Millinery continues. It means much money saved to nurchasers. T EXHIBIT IT L PASO (Continued from Pae One.') of art exhibitions, but the community has not arrived at that, but artists say It will pretty soon There are some good originals in this year's display. Mrs. Martin, -who took a prize in the first fair, has a very good landscape on exhibition. The Misses Barnes, -who nave recent ly located In El Paso, are an acquisi tion, as Miss Bessie Barnes's poster for the Art club, and her Sister's sten ciled work testify. Mrs. Clyde V. Nafe has some nice china on exhibition. Several quite exquisite pastels from nature are contributed by Mrs. C. I. Overstreet. They show gTeat facility in the use of a medium not well known here. Mrs. Nell Moseley has a good land scape in local color, a first but very promising attempt at original work. She also has an oil painting. Percy McGhee, jr., has some splendid copies of heads in water color In the exhibition Mrs. M. H. Elwell (has a number of splendid water color sketches from Italy and other European localities; Mies Delka Muller shows some very clever water colors of fruits and flow ers; J. Blandy has several water color r Wel m PI IMS Fair Visitors We extend a cordial invi tation to ladies from out of town to visit ElPaso's most popular Millinery Store. Special During the Fair' Prices on our entire stock have been reduced fully one-third. Everything of the' Newest Fall Patterns. SEE OUR WINDOWS K.2? -Arnold n nij.m:nnu fll.i Tl S5f .yftl A0 mt s- M3 f' ' MtLtlMEHV OF THE hH Our sale of French and Willow Plumes is by far the biggestvalue giving event El Paso people ever took ad vantage of We Close at Noon : scenes from still life; Miss Margaret GoerIngshows flowers and fruit in water colors; Miss Iiorene Mqyer Iso shows some flowers in water color; Miss Dorothy Cole has an exhibition of landscape and nature sketches ; Miss Beatrice Pateman has some flowers and fruits in water colors and Miss Effie "Warren shows a very good por trait in water colors. The most encouraging feature of the exhibited work Is its modernity. It be longs to the new school. It bears the mark of the impressionist. It Indicates clearly and emphatically "that the old fashioned boarding school water-color has given way to the work of the great art schools whose directors are fa miliar with modern European art. "There are several young women in this city whose work would command prices in New "Fork, and If the El Paso women -would hold back the cost of a superfluous millinery creation once in a while and put the money in an orig inal painting by an El Paso girl of talent, they would find themselves In possession of something that would please every day, and when this year's hats have long been ground into paper rags, would still retain Its charm," re marked Mrs. M. H. Elwell, while re viewing the exhibit. "It really remains with the El Paso people to say whether those able young people, whose work adorns the walls of the art department, shall remain here, a credit to the town, or whether they shall, for lack of appreciation, carry their wares to a better market." The exhibit In oils at the fair being a more difficult medium, is not so cred itable as the water-colors. Mrs. H. Jac card's pupils show a couple of lind scapes. treated in modern style, and a good portrait sketch. The Rev. Miles Hanson, of Ysleta, who is kn amateur artist, has a couple of English coast Streutz prcr. $$ .?? if 1 " e i m Prices WWorld ) wD-Sx l&rM. wmSBcBlMi miJ'U IfSfllp scenes, dim, misty and full of atmos phere. Miss Kate Krause, Miss Nell Moselev, J- "W. Brooks' and D. Edelsteln, are among- the most notable exhibitors in oils. Miss I. Fierson contributes some lovely flowers and flower-like heads. A considerable amount of large cop ied work has been sent into this depart ment. "The Vacant Chair" and "The Prodigal Son" embody familiar stories. There is quite a noticeable lack of portrait art. Mrs. Merchant has a pic ture of herself in oil colors which elic its approval, as an admirer explained, "the lace around the neck looked so natural." The photo exhibit is not as large as a year ago. FINE SHOWING MADE BY EL PASO CATTLE Exhibits in livestock Hall Prove This to Be Mne Cattle Country. El Paso county can grow as fine cat tle as are raised anywhere in the coun try. This is proved by the exhibit of C. M. Tinnln in the livestock hall at the fair grounds, where his blue blooded Herefords are on exhibition. These animals are well fed, and though only taken in off the range six weeks ago and housed preparatory to exhibition, show fine foiyn. One of them, a bull, weighs 2100 pounds' and a calf hut four months old weighs 600 pounds. Mr. Tinnin feels sure that this animal will get him a blue ribbon. Some Fine Goats. The Angora goats are the finest ever seen' in this section and some of them were raised right close to home at Las Cruces, while . the Rambouillet sheep raised by C. F. Morse of El Paso show wonderful growth of wooL Several fine horses of the draft type are shown, principal among these being McDonald Boy, a beautiful animal ex hibited by J. C. McNary of La Mesa, N. M., and Jasper, owned by F. "W. Bates of Alamogordo, N. M-, while the cattle, and horses, together with mules, indi cate that this is to be a far better ex-' hibition of livestock than last year. Pig: Weighs 700 Potrads. Of all the pigs grown throughout the country there are few that can be com pared with Henry Kelly, named after the mayor of El Paso. He is but 20 months old, and yet he weighs 700 pounds. He is a Poland China and was raised on the ranch of K. N. Bowing ton, of Clint, Texas. There are several other pigs of the same breed and also some Red Duroc Jerseys that look like sure prize winners. AXGORA GOATS AT FAIR. Chandler & Co., Silver City, 23 head. David Hammond, El Paso, one buck. N. A. Given, Lawrence, Kans., two bucks. G. R. Beasley & Sons, La Cruces, X. M., three bucks, three does, two kids. Bear Creek Angora Goat companv, Silver City, N. M., 12 head. Mrs. M. Armer, Kingston, N. M., 18 head. F. O. Landrum, Laguna, Tex., one head. EDITORS COMIXG HERE TO ATTEXD THE EL PASO FAIR The editors are arriving for the con vention this week during the fair and others ar,e writing that they will be here. One of them, L. L. Klinefelter, can't be here, but he sends his regards to all the boys and wishes them well. He says, in writing secretary Will La Point: "I want to keep in touch with the boys (and girls) even though I can't be on hand at the meeting. "I feel a personal interest in the growth of the association, having had the honor of acting as chairman of the meeting where It was born at the chamber of commerce last year, and I feel somewhat like a wet nurse to it even now. "Give my regards tqPonder and Mar tin and Papen and Walker and Hanley and Bayard, and don't" forget George Elements. George wasn't at the first meeting, but he is one of us, and you bet he'll have a brass band out this year, and by no means forget "Wharton. Sid is one of the anointed, even if he did quit us for Cimarron. ' "If I am entitled to a vote, cast it for the homeliest man present for presi dent. We mugs must stand by each other." MAJfY EXTRIES IX FRUIT CAKE CONTEST AT FAIR. There are many entries for the fruit cake contest in the culinary depart ment at the fair. ( There are 49 cakes entered by the following 42 contest ants: Mrs. H. Broaderson, Mrs. "W. C. Bulger, Mrs. J. E. Barkley, Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. Kate TV. Baldwin, Mrs. T. B. Coffin, Mrs. G. J. Cole, Mrs. John D. Dyer, Miss Hilda Deckhoff, Mrs. J. P. Elliott, Mrs. J. Figueroa, Mrs. E. C. French, Mrs. E. A. Fruit, Mrs. M. Gar retty, Mrs. M. Hawks, Mrs. S. H. Haw kins, Mrs. J. C. Hansen. Mrs. F. J. Hall, ninth grade high school, Mrs. C. L.. Hall, Mrs. Jj. TV. Hoffecker, Mrs. T. M. Jones, Mrs. Frank Kennaby, Mrs. D. Kelly, Mrsi George Mitchell, Mrs. M. Oechsner, Mrs. J. D. O'Brien, Mrs. "W. J. Parsons Miss Selma Rich, Mrs. Charles A. Shap ley. Mrs. Mary E. Sands, Miss Edna Seamands, Mrs. J. F. Self, Mrs. H. G. Schneider, Mrs. R. H. Smith, Mrs. O. H. Scott, Mrs. Phil Smith, Mrs. A. Totten, Mrs. J. G. Wadlington, Miss Dora "Weeks Mrs. W. R. Weeks, Mrs. E. A. i oung. . I 0 FREE SHOWS IN BIG HIPPODROME Exhibitions in Front of the Grandstand Totes of the Fair. The free attractions were ' given in front of the grand stand Monday after noon for the first time. The free vau deville acts consist of a woman dog trainer, who puts a Scotch terrier through a number of stunts on an elevated stage just inside of the track rail, directly in front of the grand stand. A man dressed in evening clothes, walks on a slack wire until lie has disrobed and completes his act in purpie tignts. ie aiso aoes a. jueenua act as a part of the complimentary show. Saturday Is to be motorcycle day at the fair. The El Paso Motorcycle club will have charge of the motor races, which will be" given on the fast halt mile track at the fair grounds. Two races for five miles will be given in the afternoon, also three 10 mile en durance races and a novelty race with the motorcyclists doing various stunts as a part of the race. Gold, $2500 worth of it, is to be seen lying loose in the mining building. This is the exhibit of Parker & Parker, who show a collection of gold and sil ver specimens which is as attractive to the visiting mining men as the o'g faced bull is to the stock breeder. Miss Gladys Edmonds, director of Saturday's baby show, Is boosting her show stronger than the Parker carni val hand is blowing for the Trail shows. She wants it to be the biggest little show of little big folks on tho grounds and she is receiving entries each afternoon at the Crawford the ater office." The queen has arrived. Long live the queen. She is in the Resources build ing surrounded by a retinue of retain ers which would make the old world queens a pea green from pure jealousy She is Queen Bee, the sweetest queen in the world. That "Honey, do you keep a bee" ad of George Clements's last "week has been answered. J. S. Brooks, of Anthony, N. M., which is right up the valley in the home folks section of New Mexico, keeps a bee until some eastern bee breeder offers him a fancy price for it, then he ships it away and raises bthers. These are the queens and the one who is no"' ruling the roost at the Brooks fair ex hibit, came all the way from Medina. O., to be present at the fair. She was shipped to Mr. Brooks fromja bee fan cier there and Is 'considered) a blooded little insects if insects can be blood ed with all kinds of fine points, even 1 she is minus a stingareee. The Christy Auto company has a 50 percent Incline erected on the Trail, where free auto rides are given in an Overland car to show what that par ticular brand of joy wagon can do In the way of hill climbing. Things are up and doing with th lark along the machinery arcade. Ir rigation pumps spout the same murliy water over and over, the gas engines pop and whirr and the hay presses bale Imaginary hay by the ton. The Case exhibit at the north end of the arcale Is the most complete on. the ground and includes steam rollers, wagons, hay balers and threshers. Everyone who has been out to the fair comes home tagged like a Papago Indian on parade. In almost every booth in the merchants' and manufac turers building the exhibitors are giv ing away tags, buttons, hat bands and ribbons recommending this or that par ticular brand of flour, concrete or sev. -leg machine. These free will offerings are sought by the crowds as souvenirs of the fair. The experience of the directors of last year's fair is being repeated this year.v The greatest number of visitors to th fair are outoftown people. The day nursery, in charge of gradu ate nurses from St. Marks, is located in the center of the grove in two .commo dious tents, where the little folks may b left while the big ones take in the sights. Outside the Resources building Is an exhibition of plum, pear and apple trees one year old exhibited by the Cadawallader ranch, on the county road. MINING- WEALTH SHOWN IN EXHIBITS Mt. Franklin Tin and Toyah Sulphur Conspicuous in Resources Hall. There are several beautiful mineral exhibits in the resources building that do credit to the mining industry in this section, though but few of the compa nies close to home have exhibits. There is a large block of tin from the Mt. Franklin tin mine and a block of sul phur from Toyah, but these are the only exhibits from mines in the imme diate neighborhood of El Paso. However, several of the exhibits made by El Paso assayers and mining engineers show care in selection and are beautiful to look at, there being minerals of almost every known kind. Among the exhibits is one of sylvan ite which shows the native gold as it is found in the famous Cripple Creek mines and, later, a small piece showing the bubbles of gold after it has been heated by the smelting process. There are copper ores from Bent, N. M., vanadium from Hillsboro, gold and silver from the Mogollon district, while several of the Arizona and New Mex ico mines of importance have exhibits of copper. There is one piece of antimony from California, a rare specimen, while gold in the rough is shown from the Dos Cabezas mine in Chihuahua, Mexico. HOTELS ARE ALL PACKED; DRUMMERS CAN'T GET ROOMS Hotels are packed as sardine boxes. Not only do the fair visitors frqm state and territories cause the condition, but tourist and commercial traffic is especially heavy. Between 3 and 4 sample trunks are waiting at local station to-be hauled to hotels. But sample room is at an end, and many traveling' wholesalers are showing their displays in bedrooms and hallways. RIXCOX MAX HAS FRUIT AT THE FAIR H. F. Holstein of Rincon, is down for the fair with a display of applc3 arid pears. Notw!tnstnd'nj Uie droutn, Ye says the people :n his section have done fairly well this year, and he thinks that Rincon will be among the most prosperous places in the west when the big dam is completed. He says quail hunting is good up his way and that two bears have been killed this fall, one in an alfalfa field eating the crops. He1 had to use a pump part of the time this year. LIBRARY TO CLOSE. The library will close Wednesday at 12 oclock on account of the fair. 1 EL PASO LEADS IN CHICKEN EXHIBITS But the Show Is a Mae One. Nearly Six Hundred Displayed. Cackling hens and crowing roosters, most of them grown in El Paso and vicinity, are shown in the poultry hall, while a number of pigeons are also there. Nearly 600 chickens are on ex hibition. Chickens of almost every known va riety are to be seen, turkey goblers and hens from New Mexico, chickens from far off Missouri and California, many handsome varieties, but none of which look better than those raised in the El j paso vaney C. H. Clark came all the way from Iberia, Mo., with one white Wyandotte. The Long Poultry farm, located near Clint, Texas, in the lower valley, has thirty-six Plymouth Rocks, the largest number of entries in the show from any one exhibitor. Barney Early, of the police depart ment, has six Langshangs; W. L. Rob inson exhibits a pen of three Brahmas, while Mrs. Julio Rubio of Juarez, Mex ico, has a pen of two Golden Seabrlght bantams. O. C. Nations of Midland, Texas, has the only pit game and spangled roundhead in the hall, while V. E. Ware of El Paso is the only exhibitor of Hamburgs. C. L. Dean of Altura Park has the only Houdans on exhibitiaons, there being seven in his display. Plymouth Rocks, Wyandottes and Rhode Island Reds are in the majority, though recently Minorcas and Buff t Orpingtons have come into favor in El Paso and there are several on exhibi tion. This exhibit is the best chicken show in this section of the country so far and several more are expected from Dallas. Texas. No charge is made to go to the poul try show. Everything there is free and the officials of the Poultry asso ciation are on the job to see that the callers see everything. The entrance is from the Trail, or through the agri cultural "resources" they call It building, the show being located in the building occupied by the dog show last year. Mose Stevens, who is a brother of H. B. and Key Rate Charlie Stevens, brought down an exhibit of chickens that is expected to take all prizes in the poultry sho,w at the fair. They would if Charlie were a judge. Mose is an agriculturist in the Mesilla val ley. He works in Las Cruces all week and spends his time and money on Sunday raising things on his ranchita out in the country. Walter Long is long on chickens. Besides a, chicken ranch down tho valley, which is equipped with every improved device with the simDle ex ception of a machine to lay eggs, Wal- .w iido oi piuc vnumnjj wxine Ply mouth Rock chickens in the poultry exhibit at the fair. " One of these, a. beautiful white hen weighing eight pounds, is expected to tako tho rib bon in her class. Mr. Long recently refused 200 for this ess producer. Hu is offering a reward, for the most suit able name for his pet. Additional poultry entries are: M. B. Stevens. lias Cruces, N. M., fivo white Orpingtons. John Salopek, 35 Barred Plymouth Rocks; six buff Orpingtons. 66 L. P.- Cossett, one Rhode Island red. 3S F. Hayward, two light BrahmasJ F. A. Grace, one buff Orpington. F. RIek, Dallas, Tex., 12 black Mj norcas. Quality Farm, Beaumont, Tex., 11 white Plymouth Rocks. Sunset Poultry Farm. Liberty Hil. Tex., six Rhode Island reds. The last two entries are direct from the Dallas fair. BEES' MAKE HONEY POE FAIR VISITORS In the agricultural exhibit in the re sources building there Is one exhibit that is bound to attract considerable attention, owing to its uniqueness. B. B. Fouch of Berino, N. M., is the own er, and he shows a hive of bees at work in a glass case making a beautiful comb. Surrounding the comb are other smaller combs taken from tho hives and some honey In t the . liquid form. This is the best exhibit seen at the agricultural department since the in stitution of the fair. There is bees wax along with the honey and it all shows up well. From Berino and Anthony, the Farm ers' association of that district has sent alfalfa, apples, peanuts, sweet potatoes and various other products all grouped in one exhibit, with bales of alfalfa forming the Avails around it on three sides and leaving the front opn. PLENTY OF MUSIC FOR EVERYBODY ALL THE TI3IE. There is music in the air at the fair grounds this week for sure. The Fort Bliss and Pass City bands play each afternoon in front of the grand stands during the ball ganies and races. The Reyes Boys' band gives a daily con cert on the colonnade: so does the Mu nicipal ' band under the direction of Prof. J. B. Kindlg. The Parker show band also plays at the carnival and there is scarcely a minute that there Is not a concert in progress. ! DOGS MUST BE AT THE FAIR BY WEDNESDAY All dogs must be at the fair grounds by 9 oclock Wednes day morning, so they may be placed in their kennels in time for the" opening of the show at 10. Tf . O Do Do you think you sion or trade tite, and lay your nerves all bition to forge ahead in the world left you? If so, you might as well put a stop to your misery. You caa do it if you will. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will make you a different individual. It will set your lazy liver to work. It will set things right in your stomach, and your appetite will come back. It will purify your blood. If there is any tendency in your family toward consumption, it will keep that dread destroyer away. Even after con sumption has almost gained a foothold in the form of a Mm i'm lingering cough, bronchitis, or bleeding at the lungs, it will bring about a cure in 98 per cent, of a . cases. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., whose advice is given free to all who wish to write him. Hk great success has come from bis wide experience and varied practice. Don't be wheedled by a penny-grabbing dealer into taking inferior substi tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended to be "just as good." Dr. Pierce's medicines are of known composition. Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers. Made from roots without alcohol. Contain no habit forming drugs. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. ANYONE CAN HAVE A PIANO NOW. PIANOS LESS THAN HALF PRICE. We have several slightly used pianos. Some have been rented a few months, others taken in exchange on inner-player piano3. All are good as new, fully guaranteed. To make room for our large fall shipment, now in transit, we are offering the greatest piano values ever given in El Paso on standard piano3. The stock consists of the following celebrated makes Emerson, Chickering fc Sons, J. & C. Fischer, Crown, Werner, Krell, Adam Schoaf, and many other first clas3 makes. All pianos included in this mamnoth sale go' at less than one half their real value. Prices on fine upright pianos from $125.00 and upwards. Cash or EASY PAYMENTS. We -will return railroad fare to those living out of the city who buy a piano from us during our mam moth sale. Jenkins Piano Co., THE BIG PIANO HOUSE. Phone 2958. Cor. Stanton & Texas Sts. El Paso, Texas. Dogs for the show to open "Wednes day arrived Tuesday morning, about 50 of them being unloaded at me ."- j nels, where they will be exhibited. j Promptly at 10 a. m."Wednesday the j doors of the Kennel club pavilion at the fair will open for the second an nual dog show given under the aus- j pices of El Paso Kennel club. The en- j tries for the dog show include the best blooded dogs in the country, many having been shipped here from a 3is- j , ho PnrftfPQ in 1UC icuuw clubs' annual show. The list or en- tauuc tv w -.- tries, the numDers oi me uu& "w appear in the kennel, and their own ers follow: t Bloodhounds Puppy. 1 Johnny, Tom Powers. 2 Millie, Tom Powers. St. Bernard Bogs. 3 Rex, J. A. GiHet. 4 Monk of Alta, 135584 Tillie TYeiler. 5 Nora, H. M. Andreas. Great Dane Bogs. 6 Raupp.-Mary E. O'Connor. Russian Wolfhounds. 7 Czar, C. N. Bassett. S Retzl-wan Bailiff, C. N. Bassett. 9 -Wanda Bailiff, C. N. Bassett. Pointers. , 10 Mike Andreas, J. L- Andreas. 11 Aikens Broker, C. E. Aikens, Col orado Springs. 13 Clyo K. A, Chanvin. Albuquerque. V AT - m a ikons Lizzette. C. E. Aikens, I Colorado Springs. 15 RIttle, "J- R- Vfihitesides, ' :Albu querque. ' - English Setters. 18 Coles Magnet, Daniel Carpentrr Kansas City. 19 Prince Chan, J. L. Marr. 168 Tippy Gooz, Karl Noneman, Albu querque. Gordon Setters. 20 Sid Thompson, Chars. Pisek. 21 Don (listed), V. B. Andreas. Irish Setters. 22 Buster, A. D. Graham, Albu querque. 23 24 25 26 27 16 Patsy,, A. A. Brigman. Daisy, Mrs. A. M. Ivy. Irish Water Spaniels. Nigger, Ed Murphy. Cocker Spaniels. Sam, J. S. Capron. Joe Wheeler, Mrs. Lee Glaseock. Prince Pinney, E. A. Pinney, Al buquerque. 2S Sir Russett Rowdy, A. C. Wilson, Colorado Springs. 29 Pruyns Red King, C. F. Pruyn, Salem, 111. 30 Baby Toodles, Lee Glascock. 31 Boots. J. J. Weitzell. 32 Engratia. Dr. R, A. Higgins. Beagles. 33 Sam Houston, Dr. F. Bngel, Cooper, Texas. 34 Valrea, Dr. F. Engel, Cooper. Dachshunds. 35 36 Eirsziger, H. W. Jacobs. Miss Fernoff, H. W. Jacobs. Collies. Abilene, J. H. Adams. High Hope, Dr. J. D. Lynch, Mel 37 38 rose, NI M. 17 Prof. Max Ellis McGregor, Prof. F. K. Ellis, Albuquerque, N. M. 40 Colonel Bob, J. H. Adams. . 41 Clinker Hope, Iva A. Bailey. La Union, N. M. 42 Reno, Oliver Carr. 43 Robert, Mrs. Charles Hunt. 44 Tyttonian Leader, H. E. Scovern. 45 Blucher Bob, Mabel C. James. 46 Doc, James D. McNaughton. " 47 China, Mrs. John Harrison. 48 Corbie, K. L. Butler. 49 Bruce Y., E. H. Yale. 50 Scotch Lassie, J. H. Adams. 51 Victoria, Mrs. Chas. E. Kircher. 52 Georgia, H. G. Ross. 53 Craigmore Countess, Kit Robin son. 52 Queen, H. S. Burwell. 54 Toronto Lassie, Mrs. E. H. Yale. 55 Tlllie, Miss E. Porcher. 56 Lassie, H. H. Brokenbrow, 57 Bell, H. H. Brokenbrow. You Feel This Way? feel all tired out? Do you sometimes just can't work away at your profes any longer ? Do you have a poor ape- awake at nights unable to sleep ? Are gone, and your -stomach too ? Has am Monstrous Piano Sale Now On. THIS WEEK ONLY Class 252. Poodles (Other than toy) Dogs. 55 Snow Ball, Mrs. M. J. Barr. 59 Bailey Joe, Sid Slate. 60 Bailey Joe 2nd. Sid Slate. 61 Bailey Joe 3rd, Sid Slate. 62 Fuzzy Wuzzy, Mrs. Theodore Mac hold. 63 Beauty, Mrs. M. J. Barr. 64 Queen Bailey, Sid Slate. Dalmatian Dogs Propp-i 65 Buster J. H. Buckner. 66 Keno, Ike Alderete. 67 Crystal, Ike Alderete. 68 Adler, Ike Alderete. 69 Citation, J. I. Driscoll. 70 injunction, J. I. Driscoll. Dalraaiias Dogs. 71 Jimmy, J. B. Buckner. 72 Berrien, Ike Aldere,te. 73 Bruno, Gunther R. Lessing. 74 Beauty. Ike Alderete. 75 Magpie, Ike Alderete. 76 Miss Juarez; Ike Alderete. 77 Utah, J. I. Driscoll. 7S Loraine, J. I. Driscoll. ' 79 Sylvia, J. I. Driscoll. 80 Nymph, J. L Driscoll. 81 Coachie, Alfred D. Kleyhauer. 52 Solida, Ike Alderete. . " Airdales. 53 Frizzy Wig, J. J. GreTille. -84 -Jack, Allen Hedrlck. 85 Reklo Texas, A. H. Snyder, j 131 Teddy Brooks, H. O. Brooks Al buquerque, N. M. 56 Colne King Lear, C. HI Golle. 87 Barney, Carl A. Beers. 88 Vances King Barry-. -Mrsr -Br A. Clemens, Magdalena, N. M. S9 Fox Catcher. Torothy -W. Butlffs, Kansas City, Mo. , - 90 ''Rauf finger Russ, C. H. Golle. 91 Actor, C. H. Golle. 92 Alex,, C. H. Golle. 93 Dr. Theresa B-, Mrs. Mary Miller. (Continued on Page Nine.) Good Time? Iaat night eating big dinner Is oftea j the maker of a BAD TODAY. "Why not? Over-eating means extra work for th stomach and bowels. You've got to suffer if you don.'t help nature unload with CASCARBTS. "Tkey work wkiU you sleep" you're O. K. in the A. X. Tonight's the night to take care of to- morrow. CASCARETS ioc bor week's treat ment. All druggists. Biggest seller 4a the world. ifillioB. boxes a sioatJ- Ost iht Original and Stnuini HORLIGK'S MALTED MILK Th Food-drink for AH Igas, ForInfants,InvaKdand Growing cbJIdVea PureNuhition, up building thewholebody kyigoratesthenursnigmotherandtheaged Rich milk, malted gram, in powder form A qskk lunch prepared in a siiate. Take no substitute. Askfor HORUCK'S. in No Gombsne or Tmis Quality and Service We never get tired of talking the Quality of the Meats we sell. We find that exercising care throughout is our best investment. Customers axe absolutely protected on Quality. When it comes to Service Jhis market stands "without a rivaL J. C. PEYTON, Successor to Robinson's Market. 114 M". Stanton St. 3oth Phones. Prompt Service. STOP And look over our gas engine before buying. This engine is built here in El Paso and guar anteed. EL PASO GAS ENGINE WORKS Campbell and Mills Streets. SDudeaUmtoP!