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? Wc PmS AH s pecial Announcement &UCH an immense quantity of Spring merchandise arrived today that we Want to extend a special invitation to the women of El Paso to see the new arrivals, which will be shown tomorrow. Prac tically every department in the store re ceived something of special merit, and a visit tomorrow will prove both pleasing and profitable io you. The Arcade Displays at Present Are Unusually Beautiful See Them I &- 'The Store Present Day Hats and Styles In Hair Dressing Cause Loss of Hair We Cannot Change the Styles, but We Can Check Falling Hair Up to the tisae we began to chrilixe him a bald beaded Indian was a thin? unknown. 'Wearing' nothing: on his head except the covering: furnished by nature and being: a stranger to the use of a. hair brash, especially the public one, the scalp asd hair had plenty of ventilation, much sunlight and, hence, a oondition favorable to a luxuriant growth of hair existed at all times. It was the adoption of air and light excluding head gears and artificial head decorations generally, together with the occasional use of a community hair brush, which gave the dandruff germ its opportunity. Since this parasite has multiplied to an alarming degree until now there is hardly a person who is not troubled more or less with dan druff and falling hair. Many, to be surf, have passed the worrying stage. Having become 'chon ically bald they realize that nothing is capable of producing natural hair for them. Let these be a warning to all JUASEZ OFFICIALS LEAVE THEIR JOBS Three city officials of Juarez are in 1 Paso, refugees from their own city. They are Jesus Siquelros, city treasurer; Melchcr Vela, chief of police, and Juan Burns, secretary to mayor Balderrama. They loft Juarez some time Monday and have not returned to that city, fearing, it is said, that they might be put in Jail as they -were strong supporters of governor Abram Gonzales. Some time ago the treasurer brought the city funds of Juarez, said to amount to between ? 80,000 and $30,00 Mexican money, to Bl Paso and de posited it in a local bank. CoL Vasquez has appointed Pedro Sanchez chief of police until governor Antonio Babago sends some one from Chihuahua city to take that place. BKOWX TJRGKS AMERICAN' PROTECTION IX MEXICO. Pecos, Tex, Fob. 36. American in terference in Mexico to protect gov ernor Gonzales from death is asked in a telegram sent by Bishop O. P. Brown, of the Mexican Mormon colonies, to United States senator Reed Smoot- 9 migvu) iiscttis; Don't neglect your kidneys and run the danger of contracting Bright's Disease. Many do' and t&ey pay dearly for disregard of their health. Weak kidneys are common to most people. That is why there are so many cases of kidney disease, dropsy, and Bright's disease so much rheumatism, sciatica, backaches and nervous disorders. Warners Safe Kidney and Over Remedy fi has proved to be a wonderful remedy for kidney and liver troubles the ttl past 35 years. Thousands praise it and attribute their recovery to it A after having failed with everything etee. gg j.ney recommend it to tneir tnends, and they in turn use it and praise it to other sufferers. This success and indorsement have grown to remarkable nrooortions. &? w". JssTtfA "Doctor. Hdd Ont No Hope" "Several doctors said I had severe Bright 3 Disease, and that there was no care; my agony -was terrible. The first two bottles of Warner's Safe Sidney and Liver Beraedy gave me relief, and I coaH aieep better. After the sixth I was able todo nurhoaaevork comfortably. I took 15 bottles ia all sad several boxes of pills. I now keep the pills as a household remedy. I wish I hadtuedyoarinedicisesooDenitvoald have saved me many boors of agony. Mrs. C. Boole, W. Winafcag-, Manitoba, Can. s;wm li llrBI SIBI Trade Mark Cleankg Phone & rressiag Works 2 - - 1 1 sO. V LEVY CO M PHONES 5053098. You Save Money 100 lbs. Potatoes tf - a f $1.40 1" ' ' li'"k'i T!i , ran 50c .45. Pertek PetlOriws of Sav'tctT who are" experiencing the significant annoyance of dandruff and falling- hair. Dandruff, which is due to a germ, and failing hair can both be overcome by the regular use of Newbro's Herpi eide. This wonderful scalp remedy kills the vicious germ wMoh causes dandruff, cleanses the scalp and stops the hair from coming Hit. The destruction of the germ permits the hair to grow naturally and luxuriantly as nature in tends. Herpieide makes the hair bright, snappy, light and fluffy. Newbro's Herpieide in 56c and $L0 siaes is sold by all dealers who guar antee it to do all that is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing parlors. Send 10c in stamps or silver for sample and booklet. Kelly & Pollard, special agents. Advertisement Bishop Brown, who is here looking in to a colony proposition, says condi tions in Mexico are frightful, and he has sent ' the following dispatch to senator Smoot: In the name of humanity and to save the lives of the beet people in Mexico, such as governor Gonzales, and others who have been named to be murdered as -was Madero and Snares, I protest against such high handed work and ask you to use your Influence in congress to protect, these people against Huerta-, the murderer, continuing bis work." MADERO KAMIIT TO SKEK REFUGE IX UNITED STATES. Ithaca, K. T.. Feb. 85. Hvaristo E. Madero, -whose elder brothers, Fran cisco and Gustavo Madero, were killed in the overthrow of the Madero ad ministration in Mexico, believes that the surviving members of his family will seek refuge in the United States. Evaristo, who obtained his degree from the Cornell university last week, "s confined to his room in the Spanish American club, having collapsed under the weight of the tragic events in Mexico City. He has wired to his younger brother, Carlos, studying at St. John's military academy, to Join him here at once. I E3 i EACH FOR A PURPOSE 1 Kidney and Liver Remedy 2 Rheumatic Remedy 3 Diabetes Remedy 4 Asthma Remedy 5 NerrHie -ra&ae!.n) SOLD BY Ali,DEAIJEB8 "Write for a free sample eirfae the number of remedy desired to Ware ': Safe Remedies Co. D8P" 3S6 Rochester, N.Y. Ladies' Fine Dry Cleaning eriijurauen iteraeved From UIotps. Il ,Vork Guaranteed to Satisfy. Arthur Block, Prop. 413 Myrtle Ave. UNDERSELL ALL P A M V OTHERS 204-206 E. OVERLANDST. Trading Here Durham Creamerv Butter. r oer lb . iJC Mrl.il. Pml, t 25c 25c r U' vrr s O'SF LY FLEES TO CUBA (Continued From Page 1.) departure from Mexico City was with the consent of the Mexican govern ment. The members of the Madero family intend to remain in Havana for some days .and -will then go to New Orleans. Their ultimate destination is Europe. The Cuban minister was so well sat isfied that order will be maintained there, that he did not hesitate to leave his family in Mexico City, where. he will return shortly. Zapatistas Bmlirace N'ew Rule. Various deputations of followers of the rebel Zapata conferred today with provisional president Huerta. prepara tory to entering into cooperation with the new government. It is officially declared that with the exception of three states in the most southeasterly part of the republic, all the states of Mexico have recognized the new administration. Lively activity on the part of the rebels continues in many parts, but the government is not alarmed over this, as negotiations for peace have begun with all the more important bands. Ready to Surrender. Gen. Benjamin Argtimedo, one of the most active leaders of the Orosco forces, arrived today at Salinas with ie00 of bis .followers. He is treating with the representatives of the new administration. A number of rebel bands are operat ing along the railroad to Tampleo. They practically control the line. News of occurences in the federal capital is received with apathy by the population at San Luis Potosi, says a message from there. Military in Power. One by one military men are being placed in charge of the state govern ments of Mexico, where there is any doubt of the loyalty or sincerity of the civilian governors who were serving under Madero. Gen. Geronlmo Trevino, a popular idol of the people, has been stalled as governor of Nuevo Leon in place of Gov. Villareal, fatherlnlaw of the late Gustavo Madero; Gen. Anto nio Rabago has been installed as gov ernor of Chihuahua, in place of Abram Gonzales, who is in prison; Gen. Trucy Aubext is to be made military governor of Durango, and Gen. Gil is slated for the governorship of Sonora for the time being, as soon as the state legislature removes governor Maytorena, or he re signs. All these military men are popular and they have also the faculty of rul ing when placed in a position to rule, which is the most Important point in the present pacification measures of Mexico. As soon as peace is restored and general elections are possible, gov ernors will be elected by the people in the various states where military men are now being substituted. Where the governors are professing their allegi ance to the new government and there appears no reason to doubt them, they are being left in office. Wilson Exonerates Huerta. The American ambassador, Henry Lane Wilson, made the following state ment last night regarding the deaths of Madero and Suarez: "In the absence of other informa tion, I am disposed to accept the gov ernment's version of the matter in which the expresident and exvlce pres ident lost their lives. Certainly, the violent deaths of these persons were without government approval, and if the deaths were the result of a plot, it was of a restricted character and un known to the higher officers of the government. "The Mexican population has ac cepted this view of the affair and is not at all excited. The present govern ment seems to be revealing marked acts of activity, fitmness. prudence and ad hesions to it. as far as I have been able to ascertain, is general throughout the entire republic. "The government, as constituted, is friendly to the United States. "For the present American public opinion should deal with the situation calmly and accept with great reserve the lurid and highly colored stories which are being furnished by some few correspondents. The great majority of the correspondents are endeavoring to deal fairly with the situation." Confidence Growing. Confidence in the new administration is growing in the capital, conservative1 Mexicans and foreigners alike regard ing what appears to oe a probable mil itary regime as the solution of the pres ent difficulty. A revulsion of sentiment has been caused by the death of Fran cisco Madero and Pine Suarez, -but the great majority of the Mexican people merely shrug their shoulders. It is likely tht there are a few chapters of that tragedy still to be written. The bodies have been removed from the penitentiary. The government has denied the transmission of the bodies of Madero and Suarez, respectively, to Coahuila and Yucatan, alleging that it will afford the people of those states an excuse for demonstrations. Murder Premeditated." One afternoon paper in Mexico City denies the stories of the attack on the Mexican guard, alleging that the af fair was carried out in accordance with prearranged plans, but the Mexican fovernment appears honest in its en eavor to place the facts before the world by means of a judicial investi gation. This investigation probably will not be concluded for some days. Candidates for President. Already the political world is turning to the elections. It is said that Gen. Felix Diaz will have as his opponent, in bis candidacy for the presidency, Fran cisco de la Barra, the present minister of foreign relations; Rodolfo Reyes, son of Gen. Bernardo Reyes, who was killed in the first attack on the palace, and Dr. Francisco Vasquez Gomez. Friends have begun a campaign in be half of these various candidates. The holding of the elections will de pend upon the state of the country, but president Huerta insists upon a free choice of the people when peace Is re stored. Conditions Not Wholly Reassuring. Reports are not altogether assuring from the states of Coahuila. Nuevo Leon and San Luis Potosi, where reb els are committing depredations. The Zapatistas in the south are giving trouble and it is reported t- .. one town in the state of Pueblo has been qa Xf &f This, however, is characterised by the government as the work of a small and insignificant portion of the rebel -u-mv in the south, and is due perhaps to lg- I noranoe 01 aeveiopmenuj in me capital. It is said that the new revolution at tempted by Raoul Madero and his brothers is making little headway. In Memorlam. "For all the victims." are the words which, on a field of black, will hang for hree days across the chamber of deputies building in memory or all those who lost their lives in the revolution ary outbreak. The memorial streamer is a compro mise growing out of a resolution to have the session of the chamber sus pend for nine days out of respect to Madero and Saurez. The resolution provoked a spirited discussion, and a "Something Doing" There is always "something doing" in the way of improved appetite, better digestion, liver activity and bowel regularity if .you will only take HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters MB substitute measure providing for a me morial was provided for. To Pay American Damnce Claims. Mexico will reply to the note sent that government.-by the state-department November 15 last, without de lay, and American claims for damages growing out of the revolution will re ceive prompt attention. Incidentally several other matters pending between the two governments will not be per mitted to lag. Last September the state department at Washington for warded a note to the Madero adminis tration, the contents of whioh, while never made pbbllc, were generally un derstood to contain a sharp admonition to Mexico to give Immediate attention to the demands of Americans for in demnity by reason of loss of life and property In the revolution. It also was alleged to contain a demand for ade quate protection of American Interests. To this note no adequate reply was ever made, Mexico attempting to deny the truth of some of the allegations contained in it and to justify her past actions regarding others. This was fol lowed by further repetitions from Washington, of which It was said they "did not require an answer." The Chamlial Boundary. The matters which Mr. Wilson cited Monday and was assured would be giv en prompt attention, were the Colorado river controversv and the dispute over the Chamizal boundary tract at El Paso. WILSON TO ACT ON" HIS OWN JUDGMENT United States Gives Illm Jluch Author ity Protest nt Killing of an American In Teplc Washington, D. C Feb., 25. Ambas sador Wilson will be permitted to con tinue to exercise his own discretion in dealing with the new Mexican govern ment and some satisfaction Is derived from his report that not only Is the new government very friendly toward United States but it has shown a dis position to meet reasonable requests for the protection of American inter ests in Mexico, which were to a large degree Ignored by the Madero govern ment. American Is Killed. The killing by bandits of Boris Co row, an American citizen, last Sunday, at Los Laureles hacienda, Tepic, when three other Americans and a Spaniard escaped, was reported here today with the information that ambassador Wil son had requested the Huerta govern ment at Mexico City to send troops for the protection of Americans In the vi cinity of the disturbance. Ambassador Wilson, reporting that public sentiment in the Mexican- capi tal seems undisturbed by the killing of Madero and Suarez, added that private and unofficial telegrams indicate the same situation, with few exceptions, throughout the republic. The govern ment, evidently suspicious of the loy alty of governor Carranza, of Coahuila, has refused to accept his professed ad hesion and Is sending troops against him. Chihuahua Volunteers In LVrms. Volunteers in Chihuahua City are -e-ported in arms against the new gov ernment. The state government has elected Rabago, the military com mander, to the governorship to suc ceed governor Ganzales now in prison. Consul Edwards, who reports the situation at Juarez strained, says for mer military and civil officials con tinue to hold their posts. Madero sympathizers are said to be destroying railroad property in the vicinity of Chihuahua City. No trains left there for the south yesterday. Some excite ment but no disorder is reported from Nogales. Ambassador Wilson reports that John Kenneth Turner, the writer for whom fears were entertained, is in no danger. John E, Chapman Is reported safe at Pearson and consul Shanklin at Mexico City reports that H. B. Fond ana family are safe and that Dr. Har rison has left for Dallas. Texas. Consul Garrett telegraphed from Nuevo Laredo that he was yesterday attacked on the street by a saloon keeper because he had caused the ar rest of criminals who were operating from the saloon and were robbing Americans. HIG SPRINGS WOBIEX START MOVEJIBXT FOR PURE FOODS. Big. Springs; Tex Feb. 35. The women of this city are inaugurat ing a pure food movement. The ob ject being to have all food supplies displayed in stores kept in the most sanitary- condition possible. The big electric crane for the T. & P. shops here has arrived and will be installed at once. The home of J. G. Dunlap, with its contents, was destroyed by fire. It was partially insured. A party composed of the county judge and county commissioners of Midland, were in the city to inspect the good road building being carried on in this county. J. W. Dees, superintendent of the public schools of this city, is in re ceipt of a communication from Thomas Fletcher, assistant visitor of schools, in which, he announces that at a meet ing of the faculty of the state uni versity, the Bljr Springs schools were given an additional credit in physi ology and hygiene. A fair rain fell over this section of the country. The special agricultural demonstra tion train operated by the T. & P., will visit Big Springs March 12. CLASIIBS REPORTED IX GARRISOX AT JUAREZ Reports of clashes between the Jua rez volunteers, or Maderlstas, and the federals Monday night were heard in Bl Paso Tuesday morning, although noth ing official is known of any such c in flicts. Shooting occurred on the .Mexi can siae Between 9 and 10 iclivcfc Mon day night, and it was said that the two opposing forces were potting at each other. An effort was to have been made by the federals to disarm the Maderista volunteers Monday nigh when they retired, but the plan was abandoned for fear of trouble, it is said. EFFORTS MADE TO RAISE AMOUXT OF MASCAREXAS BOND Manuel Masearenas, jr.. who was ar rested Monday afternoon in connection with an alleged neutrality violation at San Antonio, was making an effort to give the $2500 bond Tuesday morning, in order to obtain his liberty pending his being taken to San Antonio. Mas sarena's friends were engaged In rais ing the money for his bond, a number of wealthy mining men from Sonora having interested themselves In his be half. ATTACK OX MEXICANS. Anti-Mexican feeling Is again crop ping out in El Paso as the result of the talk of intervention by the United States. This feeling took definite form Monday night when a number of Americans are said to have beaten Rafael Horcasttas about the face on a Mexico car. Hostile expressions have also been made against Manuel Lujan because of his antl-Madero statements. It was said Tuesday that Horcasltas was mistaken for Lujan by the men who attacked him. ESTATE OF JOAQUIN MILLER IS VALUED AT $75,000 Oakland, Calif- Feb. 26. Joaquin Mil ler, the "poet of the Sierras." who died here a week ago last Saturday, left no will. His widow filed application today for letters of administration. She fixes his personal property at $1000 and the -eal property in "excess of $10,000." Miller's estate in the Piedmont foot hills has been valued at $75,000. In dition he leaves copyrights on his works. " BRINGS COLONISTS FROM POLAND. Now York. X. Y., Feb. 25. The Rt. Tutor Jkiv. vicar general ol the i tin. In linn c-e of IMi na Mont, ar n . T In rt tr.'IiT on the stcmship Vader- ' "lT1 r' 'With !' m ?' o "-niss T - . ; f V "t.Yiil ln V p.rty Ti j.11 rnut'-;il farm Real Estate De velopment Is Noticeable Many improvements are noticeable in the real estate development of 1 Paso and the surrounding' sections for the past j year. Among the most prominent are ' the activities in building in the Cotton Addition. Many of the most prominent , business organizations of El Paso have .located in that section of the eity and from indications they are getting the business in their new-homes. The Cot ton Addition is so situated as to make it an ideal investment either for business or for the homeseeker. The Texas and Pacific railroad runs through 'the prop erty, making shipping convenient. In addition to this it has the busiest ear lines in this city and all the main traveled thoroughfares leading to the country south of Bl Paso run through the Cotton addition, which has more miles of paved streets than any other tract on the BI Paso market. Cotton addition is not a tract that the pur chaser will have to pioneer, but is now ! fully improved, and is less than ten minutes' walk from the post office or any business block in El Paso. The property in Cotton addition can be purchased on easy terms. Lots may be had as low as four hundred and fifty dollars, on up to seven hundred. This choice property is being shewn exclusively by the local firm of A. P. Coles and Bros. GOVEiOi! GALLS OIT W HUTU (Continued from page 1. Gen. Steever declared he could not move, troops under present orders. The national guard will not cross the river until further orders. Texas Senate "Hedges." The senate -'hedged" yesterday after noon on its resolution offered during the morning session, and by a vote of 15 to 12 adopted a resolution on the Mexican war situation eliminating the intervention feature and all reference to declaring that the senate of Texas was in favor of intervention. A3 final ly adopted, the resolution merely en dorses the position of governor Col quitt and deplores the murder of Ma dero and Suarez. A bill will also be introduced separ ately to make an appropriation of $19, HH) so that the governor may be able to increase the ranger force to 80 men to help protect the border. The "teeth" of the original resolution were ab stracted. To Pht the Teeth Hack. The senate today reconsidered Its action of last evening on the resolu tion demanding intervention by the federal government in Mexico. Last evening the senate took "the teeth" out of the resolution, but it will be recon sidered and the resolution recommitted at the Instance of senator Hudspeth. He said that the teeth will be replaced In the resolution, as there is now a majority in favor of such action, lloaxe Offers Resolution. In the house yesterday afternoon. representative Uewelllng offered a resolution characterizing the killing of Madero and Suarez as a "ruthless mur- der" and petitioning the Texas senators In congress to Immediately demand reparation at the hands of the Mexicans who are responsible for the murders. The resolution went over, under the rules, the time for eonsidtoring resolu tions having expired. CALIFOHXIA REFUSES TO LET U. P. LEASE LIXB FROM S. P. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 25. The state railroad commission denied the application of the Union Pacific rail road for a 999 year lease of the South ern Pacific line east from Oakland. Cat, by way of Benicia. The lease was part of the dissolution of the Harriman road as outlined by railroad officials to attorney general Wickersham. It was opposed by of ficials of the "Western Pacific railroad as being in restraint of trade. The commission held that if the Southern Pacific granted the Central Pacific, a subsidiary of the Union Pa cific, right to use the Benicia short line it should accord to all of the com peting carriers like privilege on sim ilar terms. Dissolution Plan Aot Affected. SL Louis, Mo., Feb. 25. The order of the California railroad commission denying the application of the Union Pacific for a 999 year lease of the Benicia cutoff between Oakland. Cal., and Sacramento, will not affect the government's plan for the dissolution of the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger, attorney general Wickersham said today. "The California decision." said Mr Wickersham. "Is a local matter and the government plan for the dissolution win noi oe cnangeo. IRON WORKERS DISCUSS PLANS TO END STRIKE Indianapolis, Feb. 25. Possible meth ods of ending the strike of the Interna tional Association of Bridge and Struc tural Iron Workers, which has continued for seven years against "open shop" eon tractors, were discussed at the associa tion's annual convention today President Frank M. Ryan reported the union was forming plans to treat with the contractors looking toward a set tlement. Most of the "open shop" coa tractors, were discussed at the associa tion's annual convention today It was to promote this strike! it was charged at the dynamite conspiracy trial here last December, that John .1. Me kamara. then secretary of the union, resorted to use of explosives. Rvan and 10 other delegates who ars attendukg the convention were recently released frjm the Fort Leavenworth penitentiary on bond. SAYS HAIR. TEETH AND TOES E MJSSING IN FUTURE ' Chicago III Fri ?E r,V i. l m c.rfrtij 5' Vof- Frederick , S; t dnrtB"-t of anthropology !f Jfc ",7??,t5. ' V"1. told the nukmlwrx nf liia la- .li.x ' ...- - " umb mac some time in the future, hair, teeth and the little toe would be missing from the members of the human race. Tredigested food, hats and shoes have rendered hair, teeth and the little to useless, he said. The time will come when the man, woman or child possessing these will be a curiosity. "The natural man needs hair as a defense-and protection aeainst the stmmrlp of primitive life. We with our hats and i our civniiaiHin ao not neea it." Use Domestic Coke. Southwestern Fnel Co. Lawn Ilonr and Sprlnklerx. Il i ' Ip"tv, i, , " i 9 V j x I s Pe- - !'e. JVcl -" DON'T Depend On Our Delicatessen Department TTTTC ever increasing business in our Delicates sen Department causes us to remind yqu that we have one of the most expert chefs in the United States and you can aiways find something in our daily menu that is particularly appetizing. The following catalogue, gives you some idea of what the Delicatessen Department offers. Cooked Meats Home Baked Ham Jellied Tongue Home Baked Veal Loaf Head Cheese Hartadella Sausage Eoast Beef Roast Pork Roast Mutton Home Cooked Baked Beans Home Cooked Spaghetti (Spanish) Home Cooked Hamburger (Spanish sauce) Home Made Chicken Tamales 10c Home Made Bkef Tamales 5c Salads Potato Salad, mayonnaise; special tomorrow, O f . per lb ,- UV Combination Salad, per lb. 25c. Shrimp Salad, per lb. 50c. Waldorf Fruit Salad, per lb. 25c. Fruit Pudding, per lb. 25c. Baked Apples, each 5c. Bakery Department Home Baked Pound Cakes, each 60c Some Made Doughnuts, per doz. 20c Layer Cakes 25e' and 50j Cream Puffs, per doz. 30c Cream Rolls, per doz. 30c Jelly Rolls, each 10c Angel Food 25c Devils Food 25c Heinz Mince Meat Pies (home made) 20c Home Made Apple Pies 15c JaTiMillj Tel. AiaUSEMENTS. HIPPODROME SKATIXG RIXK. Do net forget the big masquerade next Thursday night at the Hippodrome rink. If you do you will miss the time of your life. Many money prizes. The resanded floor is getting new busi ness and is as smooth as glass. Adv. CRAWFORD "ISHMAEI-' TOXIGHT. All amusement roads lead to the Crawford these days. and. "as a' result, the management urges Its patrons to try to secure seats in advance at Ryan's drug store. Seat reservations say be made by telephone, calling either 608 or 629. "Ishmael will be the attraction up to and including Wednesday night only. with a matinee performance tomorrow afternoon, at 2:45. The night prices at the Crawford are 25 and 35 cents; mat inees, 10 and 20 cents. Adv. ISHMAKI TOMORROW MATEVEK. in all are Only the box seats 64 I reserved at the Crawford theater at ' tie matinee performances. The gen eral admission is 10 and 30 cents, and. while the shows by the Glass company are acknowledged to be worth several times this scale, the desire is to play to capacity houses instead of fair sized audiences. For some time past the Crawford baa been tested to Its ex treme seating capacity. Adv. EI. PASO WITHOIT U. S. DEPUTY MARSHALS TUESDAY El Paso had no deputy marshals Tuesday. With the resignation of United States marshal Burt J. McDow ell, deputy marshals Frank Newnam and R. E. Hillebrand lost their positions automatically, as they were appointed and received their authority to srve papers and make arrests by marshal McDowell. Should It have been neces sary for papers to have been served by federal authorities Tuesday. It would have been necessary for the United States commissioner to have sworn In a special deputy for the work. TO KXrERIMEXT WITH SKff KINDS OF TREES IX PI-AZA City park commissioner X. A. Har ris has received 234 new varieties of trees and shrubs to .be tried out in the city parks. Most of them are over- greemTand they are being planted in th n.rtnrat -.lot in Washington the experiment plot in Washington park. This test is being maBe at an ex pense of between $700 and $000. in or der that private citiaeno, as well as the city, may have the benefit of know ing the trees and shrubs best adapted to this climate. They were shipped here from Biltmore. the Vanderbilt es tate in North Carolina. CATTLE FROM GUADALUPE ARE CROSSED AT FABEHS A drove of 500 head of castle were crossed at Fabens from Guadalupe Mon day. The cattle were brought across by special penuissioa of the custom house and inspector Thomas Perrine made the inspection. The cattle were for a C. Todd. uiwrnmii iu rii i OF DISSOLVIXG MERGER. St. Louis. Mo.. Feb. 25. Objection to the plan for the dissolution or to Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger was filed before the United States circuit court of appeals today by F. W. McCutcheon, attorney for the Western Pacific Railway company, who asked a modification In the plan. THRKATKX LIVES OF CIIILDRKX. Kansas City, Mo.. Feb. 25 Detec tives are constantly on watch at the home here of George P. Mudge. a son of H. U. Mudge. of Chicago, president of th Rock Island lines, it was 'l,; Wwied dsy found a letter, left Dtn bo, bis doorway the lr?es of his two smal laea in a threatening I SUMU LUI1U1CJ, $7 and $11 FOR Suits & Overcoats AT THE $15 Clothes Shop 107 SVN WTOMO ST. Harris Krupp, Prop. -rm BS I COOK Try our Heae Matte Mayonnaise Dressing. Per ftg glass .- JV 2576 THEEE AEE INJURED IS ACCIDENT SEE1ES Eduardo Giron, df Marfa, Texas, was found in the G. H. yards Tuesday morn ing with his right foot severed at tbe ankle. He had stolen a ride on a freight train, it Is said, and in align ing In the yards was run over. He ws taken to the county hospital. Hermana Martinez, a Mexican woman about 45 yeass old. is lgHotel Dleu In" a' critical eBdiien. 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