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Shopping Made Easy Here
It mil soon be time for school and we wish to remind
you that we are well prepared to supply your sUoe
wants for the boy or girl.
Kid Button
Patent Exten
sion Sole. Sizes
81-2 to 11,
$L5G; 11 1-2 to
2, $1.75.
Gun Metal
Button, Exten
sion Sole. 8 1-2
to 11, $1.50;
11 1-2 to 2,
$1.75.
Kid Blucher
Patent, Heavy
Sole. Sizes
81-2 to-11,
$1.25; 11 1-2 to
2, $1.50.
Elk Button,
Oak Soles,
cant wear out,
81-2 to 11,
$1.75; 11 1-2 to
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Pony Boots,
G-un Metal,
Patents and
Tans. $2.00 to
$3.50 according
to size.
Lerner's Boys'
Scout, the best
only. 9 to
13-12, $2.00; 1
to 5 1-2, $2.50.
Boys' Gun Met
al Button and
Blucher. 9 to
131-2, $1.75; 1
to 5 1-2, $255.
Boys' Calfskin
Button and
Blucher. 9 to
131-2, $2.00; 1
to 5 1-2, $2.75.
For Misses Who Wear Women Sizes
Gun Metal
Button or
Blucher, Ex
tension Soles.
2 1-2 to 6,$2.50.
Kid Button or
Blucher,
Heavy Soles.
2 1-2 to 6,
$2.00.
Patent Button,
Hi Cut, Welt
Soles. 21-2 to
6, $3.00.
Tn our Juvenile Dept. we devote special attention to
fitting the growing feet.
AGTTS REGAL. SHOES
229 San Antonio Street
105 Mesa Ave.
THANK COLQUITT FOR
MESSAGE TO MADERO
Americans in Mexico Gity
Commend Texas Gov
ernor's Action.
Austin. Texas, Aug. 28. Governor
Colquitt today received advices from
Americans living In Mexico City com
mending him for the prompt stand he
has taken ta telegraphing president
JIadero direct urging rfcat relief be giv
en to Englishmen and Americans in
danger in the mines at Tominil. state
of Slnaloa. The Americans in Mexico
City express delgiht that some one in
authority in this country, even though
It be only a governor, has seen fit to
stir up the Mexican government to its
duty in protecting the lives of Ameri
can citizens and other foreigners. It
developed also the Mexican government
h not acted promptly on the gov
ernor's message.
Majestic Kaiyces.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
EMPEROR "WILLIAM IS ABLE
TO TAKE STROLL IX PARK
CasseL Hjssse-Nassau. Germany, Aug.
28 Emperor William felt so -well that
he rose early this morning and before
breakfast enjoyed a long walk In the
park surrounding "Wllhemshope castle.
The rheumatism pains in the neck
from which his majesty had suffered
have practically ceased, while the
swelling of the glands has almost en
tirely disappeared.
Refrigerators. All SUet,
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
POWERS WILL WOT
PERMIT EXPEDITION
Plot Is Discovered to Seize
Island of Samos
For Greece.
Canea, Crete, Aug. 28. The foreign
consuls have Informed the Cretan gov
ernment that the powers intend to
prevent any armed expedition to the
island of Samos and that British and
French cruisers have been dispatched
there for that purpose.
It has been discovered that arms and
money had been distributed by the
committee of national defence for the
formation of a corps of Cretan volun
teers, who were to beselge the island
of Samos and hoist the Greek flags.
NEW CARDINALS TO
BE CREATED SHORTLY
American Cardinal to Reside
in Rome; Cardinal
For Mexico.
Paris, France, Aug. 28. The pope la
about to create a new American car
dinal who Is to reside In Rome, accord
ing to a special dispatch received here.
The American cardinal will occupy a
similar position to that of the prelates
relating France and Spain in Rome. It
is also stated that the pope will later
create a cardinal in Central America,
probably in Mexico.
Majestic Ranges.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
Mr. and Mrs. 'Autumn Styles
Request the pleasure of your presence
. - . at
the marriage of their daughter
Miss Early Fall .
to
Mr. O. U. Derby
, "Saturday, August Twenty-ninth V-
at
Geo. A. Mansfield & Co.
Mills Building.
. P. THICK
Trains Tied Up at Kim, Ariz.,
Where 1000 Feet of
Track Is Out.
Tucson, Ariz., Aug. 28. As the result
of a heavy -storm Tuesday night, 1000
feet of Southern Pacific track was
washed out at Kim, Ariz., 138 miles
west of here, holding up passenger
trains Nos. 2, 4, 8. and 10. Work tralns
from Yuma and Gila are repairing both
ends of the washout, and all trains are
expected hero by 9 oclock tonight In
the event of further delay, passengers
will be transferred around the "break.
for the east The mall and Phoenix
sleeper were brought in this morning
by freight
TRAINS TIED" UP
BY TUCSON STORM
NE"W
'I -w jar
All Southern Pacific Trains
From the West Indefi
nitely Delayed.
All Southern Pacific trains due in El
Paso Wednesday from the west were
marked "Indefinitely -late" as a result
of a heavy storm which struck the sec
tion west of Tucson In Arizona and
washed out the railroad tracks at a.
point about 12 miles west of Tucson.,
Indefinite reports have been received at
the local offices of the road, and with
the exception of the news: that the
tracks were covered -with water, andV
that there was no definite time which
could be given on the trains, no other
word was received. It Is said that the
storm was more on the order of a
cloudburst and that It was this that
caused so much damage to the South
ern Pacific tracks. The westbound
trains are held up at Tucson until the
line can be repaired for the trains to
pass.
The trains which are indefinitely late
are eastbound No. 2, due In El Paso
at 5:12 in the afternoon, and No. 10,
due at 9:15 in the evening. The Gofilen
State limited, eastbound, is also tied
up on the other side of the storm. It
is probable that trains may be made
up In El Paso to be sent over the east
ern course of the road.
Oar showing this
year is more com
plete than ever be
fore. More new
1 and snappy styles
for young and old.
Come in tomor
row and see the swellest line of hats
in El Paso.
Bryan Bros. Special $3.00
Mallory Cravenetted Hats $3.50
Stetson Hats $4 and upwards
ATS
Swell Line
Of New
Shirts.
See Them.
Fall
Neckwear
Now On
Display.
The Live Corner of San Antonio and Oregon
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FARMERS NOT TO
BLAME, SAYS PRYOR
Tells Commercial Congress
They Have Nothing to Do
With High Cost of Living.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 28. There
was material for argument in some of
the resolutions submitted at the open
ing of the second day3 session of the
Trans-Mississippi Commercial congress.
These, with others upon which there is
likely to be no differences of opinion,
were delivered to the committee on
resolutions.
A demand that products of farm
and ranch be given the same measure
of protection as is given other products
of the United States was contained in a
resolution by CoL Pryor of Texas, who
declared that the farmers and ranchers
had been blamed unjustly for the high
cost of living.
The first rap at the forestry policy
of the interior department came In a
resolution by Henry Wel8h, Utah, who
said that ,the mining development of
the west was being retarded by the de
partment regulations.
There warn other resolutions for a
trans-continental highway, thanking
tne presiaent and congress ror the
appropriation for waterways improve
ments on the Missouri river, urging a
bill for the creation of a division of in
formation in the immigration bureau,
to direct immigrants' to suitable loca-
V4UUO All UlC V? COL. lil &. Ul UL x ucuai l i
mnt of TnlTips nnrt mlnlnp sinH In T-nm-
menaation or further harbor improve
ments along the gulf coast in Texas.
The wisdom and propriety of "seeing
America first" Is being Impressed on
the delegates to the congress at a
great Salt Lake resort this afternoon
by F W. Graham, of Seattle, whd read
an address prepared by Louis W Hill
of the Great Northern railroad, J. W.
Kelly of the Denver and Rio Grande
railroad, and others.
Our Prices Are Lowest
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS STANDARD
QUALITY
18 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar -.- $1.00
H. C Fancy Kansas Cream- Q f American Swiss Cheese, rj p
ery Butter, per lb. OliC per lb ZDC
Fresh Kansas Eggs, 9E,r Fancy California Potatoes, rtp
per doz OC 10 lbs. for Ai)C
Diamond M Colorado Hard Wheat Flour
24 lbs. for 85c 50 lbs. for $1.60
Pure California Sweet Wines rj p Pure California Table r
per gal '. OC Claret, per gal OdC
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
LION GROCERY COMPANY
Phones 2424 and 2405.
Just to illustrate the wonderful bargains we are 'offer
ing now we are offering you these wonderful values
in the hope that you'll investigate the big saving to be
effected by buying all your furniture at the "West
ern." Low rent and small expense is the secret of our
extremely low prices.
$5 Sanitary Couches For $2.75
dusi nxe cue wen maae,
non-breakable and full
size. Just the thing for the
porch or spare room.
I $10 Vernis Mm
Bed
For $4.93
Made with 2
inch continu
ous posts,
well con
structed throughout.
One week
only at this
price.
Brass Beds For $7,95
Just the bed you've wanted. Handsome enough for any
bed room. See this and you'll buy.
Weighs full 45 pounds. Well worth ten dollars. A
one week special $4.25.
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Mail Orders
Filled
308 SOUTH EL PASO STREET, NEAR OVERLAND
109-11 So. Stanton St
ALL AMERICANS TO BE
ON SEPT. 16"
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GUNBOATS STILL
GUARD MAZATLAN
Gen. Emilio P. Campa, Rebel Commander, Delivers This
Threat to an American Mine Operator, After Rebels
Had Robbed and Insulted Americans at the
San Geronimo Mine, Below Nogales.
Douglas, Ariz., Aug. 28. "All Ameri
cans and other foreigners remaining in
Mexico after Sept. 16th will be slaugh
tered," is message brought to Douglas
by Thomas Holland from the San
Geronimo mine, 117 miles south of No
gales, and said by him to have been de-
San Dleero. Cal.. Aiir. 28 Thi 'Mft-r!-
C.nn HtpJLTnpr "Rpyiltn Jnaror rinnptail '
captured by the revolutionists at Jla- i livered personally by Emilio Campa,
zatlan several days ago. arrived today i when that leader and 400 followers were
and reports great activity alontr the ! . o r- .-
Mexican coast. Capt. Miranda said the
gunboats Guerrero and Tamplco -were
guarding the port of Mazatlan when
the Juarez cleared.
The Mexican government, he said,
was exerting every effort to prevent
the smuggling of arms and ammunition
to the rebels and the gunboats were
constantly employed transporting
Stroops to strategic poins.
ALLEGED SMUGGLERS
BREAK OUT OF JAIL
Demlng, N SI., Aug 28. Jesus de la
Torres and Ignaclo Nunez, two alleged
Mexican smugglers, committed here on
June 6 and under $3000 bond broke Jail
last night. Officers are after them.
Eetula Herrera, alias Geo. Valencia,
was arrested with these two men, he
giving cash bond at the time. It is
thought they are making for the Mexl'
can border, 40 miles south.
Holland was foreman of the mine, and
as he is an ex-Arizona ranger and cus
toms inspector, he is considered highly
reliable. Campa and his men, who were
in a very ugly mood, looted tne camp,
succeeded in escaping to the hills near
the town. They are now without food
and shelter.
OJITOS RAXCH IS LOOTED BY
HEBELS) EVERYTHING TAKEf
Rebel raiders looted the OJltos ranch,
50 miles south of the border. In So
nora. The ranch is owned by Michigan
capitalists and Charles McDonald, the
manager of the ranch, is in El Paso
He says that everything was taken
from the ranch by the rebels, who have
been raiding in that vicinity. OJitoa is
where Gen. Sanjlnes defeated the reb
els several weeks ago.
KIIVG IlESIGNS OS-APLE
COJWITTEE CHAIRMANSHIP
Business ensraerements ivhloV. win
insulted the Americans, robbed them of j g r?Ll to,b, aVff,nt ir.
EiP
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Book Co.
204 Mills St.
(El. TELLEZ VISITS FORT BUS!
IB FIR RESPECTS Tl ED. STEEIER
Salute of 11 Guns Fired and Regimental Bands Plays
Mexican National Airs While Generals Are in
Conference Gen. Steever Will Return Gen.
Tellez's Call on Thursday.
VENIRE DRAWN FOR
' DYNAMITE HEARING
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 28 A venire
of 60 persons from among whom the
jury to hear the dynamite cases will be
selected, was drawn yesterday. The
trials of the 54 labor union men, in
dicted by the last federal grand Jury
for complicity in the socalled dynamita
conspiracy which culminated In the
blowing up of the Los Angeles Times
building, will begin here before fed
eral Judge Anderson October 10.
BECKER PASSES LIE
WITH LAAYYER IX PRISOX
New York, N. Y. Aug. 28. Lieut.
Becker created a bit of excitement In
the corridors of the Tombs while tak
ing exercise, by heaping vituperation
on the head of James D. Hallen, a con
victed lawyer, who told the district at
torney that he had overhead a conver'
sation in the prison between Becker
and policeman White.
"You are a liar." shouted Becker
when he accosted the lawyer.
Hallen turned away and said nothing.
DEATHS AND BURIALS
WT. AV. SCOTT.
Homer A. Scott received word Tues
day afternoon of the death of his fath
er, w. TV. Scott at his homo in isuiraio.
N. Y. He left for the east Tuesday Valencia came to Wacozan to
night to attend the funeral. provisions for a few of the peopl
their personal belongings, and then de
livered the warning. Holland proceeded
straightway to the Southern Pacific of
Mexico railroad and made his escape.
While in the city he delivered the mes
sage of Campa to United States consul
Dye, who has made an official report to
i Washington concerning it.
A force of 300 rebels is reported to be
marching upon El Tigre from the south.
The people are said to be making prepara
tions for the defence of the town. There
are no federal soldiers there. The
townsmen can muster 70 well armed de
fenders. No word has yet been received
at Tigre from comissario Camou, who
left Saturday with 60 men to relieve
Oputo. That town fell before a possible
chance of his arriving. The continued
failure to receive a report gives rise to
uneasiness concerning the fate of the re
lief expedition.
Ramon Valencia, son of a prominent
family at Oputo, has reached Nacozari,
bringing the first authentic news of
scenes enacted immediately following the
fall of the town. The inhabitants fought
stubbornly, making a final stand in the
northern part of the town. .Then, am
munition giving out, the rebels, number
ing 125 closed in upon the houses in
which women and children had sought
shelter, throwing dynamite bombs into
the midst of the helpless ones. The
exact number of townsmen killed is un
known. Carlos Valencia and Francisco
Rivera, prominent men, are known to be
dead. Jesus Fimbres, a town official,
was taken prisoner with several others.
Women and girls were outraged by their
captors in a fiendish manner.
secure
e who
I the city
this fall, have
forced him to resign as chairman of the
executive committee or the Os-Aple pa
rade committee of the Southwestern
Jubilee, which will be under the aus
pices of the chamber of commerce this
falj. Sir King has sent hH resigna
tion to president Clayton of the cham
ber of commerce and it has ben ac
cepted and a successor to him will be
appointed soon.
Air. King, however, will assist u the
Os-Aple celebration and will work
along with the committee as much as
poslble. but on acount of having: to
leavr the ty for a great pai t of tho
tlm" has been unable to continue in the
chairmanship.
PRIEST IS MURDERED
BY AN IXFURJATED MOB
Lisbon, Portugal, Aug. 28 Dispatches
received from the Portuguese town of
Aldeia Obispo tell of the putting to
death of a priest by an infuriated
mob.
The parish prle3t, It is alleged, at
tempted to conduct a funeral without
the traditional burial rites and the
authorities and pepole of the town objected.
1 Gen. Joaquin Teller, commander of
the Mexican reaeral army in tne nortn
ern war zone, visited El Paso Wednes
day morning on his way to Fort Bliss
to call on Gen. E. Z. Steever, command
ing the department of Texas and to
pay his respects to the American army
commander.
Gen. Tellez was accompanied by
Mexican consul E. C Llorente-and Capt.
Juan Marigo and his aide. He was re
ceived at the entrance to the Fort Bliss
reservation by a squadron of the Second
cavalry and was escorted to the head
quarters of the post, where he was re
ceived with honors befitting his rank
by Gen. Steever, CoL Frank "West of the
Second cavalry. Col. D. A. Fredrlcks,
of the 22d cavalry, Lieut Col. H. L.
Ripley, of the Second cavalry. SlaJ.
Thayer of the Third cavalry and the
entire staff at Fort Bliss.
As Gen. Tellez drove through the
stone entrance to Fort Bliss the Second
cavalry band played the national hymn
of Mexico, and a salute of 11 guns was
fired at the fort In his honor. The
band continued playing Mexican airs
while the general was a guest of the
department commander After the
formal reception at the fort headquar
ters Gen. Tellez was escorted to the
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And So Trne, Too.
Father was walking to Sunday school
with little Johnny, and endeavoring to
t'nproiv the time y taaonlnj Johnny
his Golden Text, the words of which
were. "Whatsoever .1 i-ian sowet'i, that
shall he also reap." Johnny repeated it
after his father several times, and
seemed to have mastered the correct
wording.
As they drew near the Sunday school
the father gave Johnny his last re
hearsal. "Now. son," he said, 'lets have
the Golden Text once more without
any help from me.''
This is what he got from Johnny:
'"Whatsoever a man sews always
rips." Harper's Bazar.
quarters of Gen. Steever facing the
parade and was given an Informal re
ception there. He remained at the
post an hour and when he returned to
the city he was escorted to the edge of
the reservation by the cavalry squadron.
Gen. Steever will return the formal
call on Thursday morning, when he will
drive to Juarez and will call on Gen.
Tellez at his headquarters on the Mexi
can side. He will be accompanied by
CoL Frank West of the Second cavalry.
MaJ. Davidson of the medical corps, and
his aide. '
Few In El Paso knew of the presence
of the Mexican commander here, as no
previous announcement had been made
of his call on Gen. Steever as It was
understood that he had not obtained
permission to come to the American
side at this time.
Gen Tellez, CoL Emilio Kosterlltzkr,
Mexican consul E. C Llorente. and
Felix Summerfelt had lunch together
at the hotel Sheldon Wednesday noon
upon the return of Gen. Tellez from
Fort Bliss. The Mexican federal com
mander attracted much attention wher
ever he appeared aa ha was Immediately
recognized from tne picture of him
which the El Paso Herald printed recently.
TO
TI7TTQ TO Women as well as men are
and bladder trouble. Or.
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You may have a sample bottle by mail
free, also pamphlet telling all about It.
Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingham
ton. N Y.
Goods sold at the lowest possible prices. Shipping orders given special attention
E! Paso Pasteur Institute
For the preventive treatment of
HYDROPHOBIA.
B. M. Worsham, M. D.
Hugh S. White, M. D.
31. B. WtMon, 31. D.
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EL PASO, TEXAS '
.A. KEIAKAUEB. President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
protection.
C. R. RUSSELL,
Supt. of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Secty. and Gen'l Mgr.
It's a bear
What?
That 'classy new cloth crusher hat we are showing.
Everybody is wearing it nowT. Silk lined and has band
of the same cloth as the hat $2.
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