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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, March 6, 1913 PROGRESS JIT ELEPHANT BUTTE Excavation Is Now Down 40 Feet Masonry Starts Next Month. By E. H. BaWwta, 0tnii B- AStneer.) 1,1 nt Butte. N. It, March . U work now being done at the . is an important part of the en- ii i ct, p- 'haps the most inter- u - is the excavation ior iouhmuuu. ., tAa in- are removing- sunace m' - f(r concrete the number of - - r, dras?in? sand and gravel -" - slopes to a point where it can T c k up b the cableways has re- t ' . n Increased to four. They - - ,11. d by electric hoists. feq1u.,11ln r, ji or water and no great skill in - ri " 40,06 Yard la February. . a n. hoist handles ir.0 cubic yards , in r tours or a in"" vi-"- ,i c arils in -4 hours, but as conm time is lost in moving, ftc probablv 1500 cubic yarn r a fair av erage upstream eahleway ?f,ve4. deI r-if f t . some time ago anu n """ T c 1 by the manufacturer. But c - n.tli the loos of this cable for a x;c the output for the short month r ' rruarv was 40,000 cubic T; rr 5 of hlch is being saved for use cor, r. te alWata. Wnen tt M t5 sa n in operation, we expect to ex r - .oo cnbic yards per day. Ylready Down 40 Feet. Tx XloTSt a hard ridge of stale or i ",-okn sandstone near the niBjB & r3 handled with rricks andakips T t-" the exception of a Aj il it MOinitr. the entire bottom from fume to edge of W J? - ,k ,- excavated t,eT0BJ1-0i ra 40 feet belowriver bottom Biven I ' depin mero ; .iT wil I, from seepage water, the total Leing less than two "tefeet 5-a per si cond. d which Is exeeeaiJHS anivm encouraging. Maieary Starts to ApjU. We are planning to complete the ex f-auon on an area ""f.'",, advance 1 ;1,p mnirtfe flB,,0f;1!1fZ of tv i -tone. . so .-- -syrr f;:nr;ore sxz t. . - c-Cetion Unl we enwjter nfoJ s? c n.fficulties. the 125 LJBfI to should he commenced early in T ' Cement Tlaat HmtoK. T-x.Tlent progress J" . ttit forc."sSursriiitas- 1.1 g, i force " j Jt and on Sll T2"wTS3r .completed A small amount of , ... --- fc remains to be aone w I? w 11 be Se tSTSefore the dlMW c achin with their nrou",nfls nufactnred by A, .,rfc ta" Ta?inXceoC5r" irTrfiedpidly .additional Lrtnte used to advantage. -WRITER OF AH0MYM0TO HOTES X CONFESS HE mLED MAM , I.t.fie'd as that JJ5 former employe of a telegraph eopy !Inhall ofYthe notes tbe writer declared tTiat the dead man's mW-JEJ1!?. X rf Ms ttie Sag. . . Trfiiihv resident oi toe ycmal, rliv ZTioZnd early tat nwle0ftt that the letters teo fW t,ie woman set -lASLST coast towns, as well as of Los Angeies r,r the trail of the anonp9008" tor believinc him to be of Both. Miss Soards and Meyers. Aletter written by the sape haad and rece.ved two days ago a: . Bere is a tip. Harry Meyers did sot km nself. I got him, mit jl w,11 notcctme. I got him six weeks ago. Mevers disappeared six weeks ago. DTOAK "PEOcPJo1ei?e grocery Daran, N. M, March 6. The citaens of Duran have orgaaiied eooperative crocerv and feed store and meat market on a similar phw of the cooperative sto now successfully operating n Twiib--i It is expected the store wfll be open for basiness within the next 30 Isabel Almendares, who has beea em plovcd on Santiago Madril's ranch the past vear. came into Daraa with abont $40 on his person ad some one assaulted lum striking him ok the left temple. causinc concussion of tbe brain. When pitked up only 86 cents could be found on his person. He has been nacoaseioBS Bince found. tonrv Bros- of Santa Rosa have par chased the general mercantile stock of l . Kilmer, and wil run the store in ronnection -ith their mercantile business at Santi Rosa. J. A. Courv. the junior rarmhir of the firm, will have charge of I the Duran store, - - - -- MAKE If A I HOME Fifteen delightful, satisfying: shampoos for fifty cents. In a cupful of hot water dissolve a tea spoosful of Canthrox nod you have a scalp-stimulating shampoo. Head health means health and beauty of hair. The penetrating lather of Canthrox makes the head feel good, while it leaves the scalp free of Tianlnrtti sweet, clean ana healthy. j just the condition to ' Take the hair thick, fluffy and ea s continuing aiong.we ww "fr married to Miss Ray Fulton. The eere . d several months ago. but wltn moneT was performed by Justice of the - , skill and experience of those peace js. b. McClintock. in this operation, tine dally t i continually increasing i Drs. Brown, dentists, SW Mills Bid?.; AjseN CAIfTHROX VshatipodV to do p Sample siiarapco mailed free. H.S.FEIERSG?i & CO., CHICAGO I News Brevities (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin, i Train No. 2, of the Southern Pacific, due at 6:11 p. m. from the west, is re ported to arrlTe at :45 p. m. Train No. 14. of the Southern Pacific due at 8 p. m., from the -west, is reported to be IB' minutes late. All other after noon and evening trains for Thurs day are reported on time. Dr. A. T. Still Oateenthle Infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief; Dr. Amelia Baric, ur. urace farKer. ur. Paul R. Collins, consul ting physicians; SOI West Missouri street. Married by Justice McCUntoct. Wednesday afternoon in the county .Iaib AAi Thnma, fi PoaalfTv urnjx V O VLMIA, . UVII.mil V- v..,, ., - phone 932-X. BatHeship Arkansas DamaKeil. New York, N. Y., March 6. Workmen examining the hull of the battleship Arkansas in dry dock at the Brooklyn navy yard found an opening which they declared as about IS feet lorg and two inches wide, resulting from an opened seam on the port side for ward. The Arkansas several weeks ago struck a coral reef off Guantana mo. Navy yard officials stated unoffi cially that repairs will cost about $10,000 and will take several months. For house wlrlnc and fixtures see the National Telegraphone and Supply Company; 317 Mills street. Dr. Ivlf In, diseases of lungs, stomach, intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg. Pollee to JIave Clearance Sal. The "old hoss sale" at the police station -will occur on the afternoon of March TH, when bicycles, clothes, of every description, and other articles will be knocked down to the highest bidder. The collection to be sold rep resents a year's gathering. Dr. Robinson, disease of children, an? obstetrics. 211 Roberts-Banner Bld Dr. T. W. Crowder. eye, ear. nose- and throat. 4T2-1S Mills Bldg phone .!. Acd Justice Dies at Albuqnerirue. AlbUQjuerque. N. JC, March 8, Judge Lowell L. Loughary. once a United special United States Indian attorney In New Mexico, and for many years lng membtr rf th bar in the southwest, died in a local hospital. -where he was a charity patient. He was 62 years old. Dr. Nettie Sattcrlee, osteopath, 41 Mills BIdg phone 141. Dr. Jenex, Foot Specialist, Mills BWg. Open at night by appointment. Phone 78S Siiffrajret SeBteneetl to Prison London. Bng., March S. Ella Steven son, alias Bthel Slade, a militant suf frage -was sentenced to nine months tMnnfannvnAnf- ! tha Olf? R411SV OAR dAn ns ilir nr liovinr- nlaoid ' glass tubes containing phosphorus in a j mall box. All women were excluded ' fmm 1a twirt MMm Anrtnsr th hdariBr 1 despite the protests of Miss Stevenson, j who alleged that it was an injustice not to have her case reported by a W VUMUl rVVVl 4.171 . " tvallpaper and paper hanging; lowest prices. A. Golding. 110 South Stanton. Oplem Makes Bostonlnns Sleepy. Boston. Mass March 6. Fumes of $30,000 worth of burning opium threw a spell of drowsiness of occupants in the -vicinity of the government's ap praiser store today. Even passersby experienced some effects from the drug and customs (employes fairly reeled un der Its influence. Dr. ICorforC obstetrics, diseases of chil dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Dr. Jamlesoa. diseases of kidneys. bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg. Weuaaa Teacher: Kills Himself. Glyndon. Minn., March 6. In the presence of her scholars. Miss Anna Skeim. a school teacher at Ulen, Minn., was shot and probably fatally woundni by Benjamin Tinjun, who then killed himself. Prompt Transrer Service. For prompt baggage, livery, hack and freight transfer, call Pomeroy's El i Paso Transfer. Phone 244. Oregon Grocery, SOS N. Ore phone 1721. Fort Bayard, New Mexico, March 5, 191$. Sealed proposals for furnishing and delivering here three transformers and one motor will be received until S p. m., April A, 1913, and then opened. Infor mation furnished on application. En velopes containing proposals should be indorsed: "Proposals for Transformers and a Motor," and addressed: Quarter master. Chiropodist, Xrrs. Benson, Herald Bldg. Mexican HeraKL on sale at news wagon, Oregon and San Antonio. Falls 186 Feet; Escapes Injury. Minneapolis, Minn., March 6. Fall inc 1M feet off the fourth story wall of a building under construction. John ' Henry, a mason s helper, strucK on a limber plank, bounced up three or four times like a rubber ball, arose, brushed the dirt off his clothes and started back to work. Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem Electric Co, 001 San Antonio St. Dr. Ratllff, dentist. 204 Caplee bldg. Sue For $100,006 In Duties. New Orleans, La.. March 6. A suit to recover $100,000 in custom duties alleged to be due the government through fraudulent sampling of impor tations of sugar, has been filed here In the federal district court against the American Sugar Refining company. The Refining company denies frauds, com mitted by any of its agents or officers. Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and . internal diseases. ua nooeriH-jaii. mo. Celebrates Wedding Anniversary. Wednesday was the 13th anniversary of justice E. B. McClintock's wedding Aav. rvmntv clerk Park Pitman, who Issued the marriage license, was one of the many wno oiierea ure juu congratulations. Justice McClintock celebrated the day by marrying a conple and holding an examining trial. C. H. WHUobm & Co., 28 S, Stanton, painting and paperhanging. Amerieaa Resueed From Indians. Caracas, Veneauela, March . Guy N. Bgorge and Wm. Leslie Taylor, of Duluth. Minn, the two mining en gineers who were captured by Motl lones Indians while making petroleum exDloratlona In the Vicinity OI xaite Maracaibo. have been rescued, accord ing to official advices received at Cara cas. Dr. Camces. dentist 228 Mesa Ave. Dr. Kfeert.iDentlst SiC-21S Mills BWg. Three Pies Coat Five Years. Great Bend, Kans., March . Be cause he took three pies valued at IS cents. Fred Martin must serve front f.( to ui sears in the reformatory it i meninsuc key to enter the building in which the Pies were kept Under the Kansas law this consti'jua burglary. Dr. Paget, clnti - rdierts-Binnpr Hrjijt Boy. I r yv 1 1 nF ye&fr& & c I I V aV .v-o , " " JB I ing. is being held at the city jail pend ing advices from his father, Sam Aaron, 1263 1-2 Temple street, Los Angeles, Calif. The boy stated that his mother left Los Angeles three months ago, coming to El Paso. He said he came here to locate her but learned that his mother had left for New York. His father, the boy stated, is head tailor of the Lyon's tailoring establishment of Los Angeles, 424 Broadway. Phone 230 for your drug wants. R. F. Love, druggist, 213 San Antonio St. Cuban Court Upholds Election. Havana. Cuba, March 6. The su preme court has handed down its de cision in the electoral law cases growing out of the recent elections. The election of Gen. Juan Marie Men ocal as president is upheld. The de cision is adverse to the contention of counsel for the defeated Liberal party that the elections were invalid on account of the unconstitutionality 1 of the law under which they were held. BI Paso Carriage and Auto Painting Co.. 301-303 S. Oregon, phone 1857. Heavy Fine on Vagrancy Charge. Rafael .Ksquer, long-haired, who the police claimed made incendiary re marks about Americans, was fined $200 on a vagrancy charge Wednesday afternoon by judge Adrian Pool, of .the corporation court. Thursday morn ing the defendant took his place with other members of the city chain gang. U'ktf vav 41 All nA hmir vhan vnn ',.1.-rXwJr i.. or! V can fret yvur wvrxw nunc xwr iw vm- hour? We employ union labor; lowest prices on material. Quality House, 118 X. Stanton St., Texas Bicctrlcal Supply Company. -. . VISITING- WOMEN ARE . T. ,;.. Tn nTT-iTT, 0 BE ENTERTAINED Arrangements are now almost com pleted for the entertainment of women who will visit El Paso during the cat tlemen's convention. The first; after noon will "be devoted to a reception under the auspices of the Woman's club at the Paso del Norte. On March 19, tbe second night of the convention. Mrs. W. W. Turney will entertain at a reception to be held at her home on Montana street. The problem of military day is one still to be met. There are so few sol diers left in EI Paso that it is possi ble the program intended for that day may have to be aoanaonea. anan some other form of entertainment substi- t tuted. .' J.-"- JUAREZ rack BNTR1ES . POR FRIDAY, MARCH 7. . I " I 4&&&& &&& &&&&'&G&&&4& .,.,! !1 mMalldMcKJ'irEvina Lambertha 107. King Lear 10S. Marin 110 Ocean Queen 110, Hadad 111. Ben Gre'enleat 112, Wicket 112. Lee Harri- son IL 112, Zulu 112, Ben Wilson 112. ?m r . aa . IT ... 1U 4-VHt.l Xk second race, seuing. year iub auu ott ot prominent parts OI all the me JliSSrlnW Luke'Vatzfndt i ' . ! ST"1. l"1. P 107 Clint Tucker 110, Barney Oldfield i guns mashed and portions of bodies 110 Stare 110, Doc Allen 110. Fort broken. Johnson 116. It is believed the work was done by Thlrd race, selling. 3 year olds and some 0D disappointed in Seeking em up. S '"rlongs Jolly Tar frin plovment in the National park. Conrad 102, Roberta 103, Odella 105, j harrv 07 Roev Posevlog De , TEXAS SEEKS 36.176,000 IN scef daS r5io? RioBPecS no! yjack EUis PENALTIES FROM OIL COMPANIES 110. Angelus 110. i OreenvWe, Tex March 6, uits to Fourth race, purse. 3 year olds and I ,lSt the- standard Oil companies of New up' 5..1;Lful0iiB?Pi? Tfn Yolk and Xew Jersey and tbe Magnolia foAncetto?0710TrSybl07.103 ' " Petroleum companv and Corsicana Pe- Fifth race, selling. 3 vear olds and ; troleum cornnnvf Te- flora the state up 6 furlongs VaTetta 84, Jted Widow . and recover penalties aggregating $36. 88,' Russell McGill 97. Swede Sam "lOO, 176,000 from the luut .o...p.inies named Nello 100. Mstealo 102. Cbantlclor 103. , and 25 individual defendants, have been Ti?nSPlrePt 10,5' Daddyc Clp 1W Lescar filed in the eighth district court here. 1Si Jm.2? SL 4 vear olds and Violation of the anti-trust laws of ..SiI,th, W.E"i?&i,i.?Er ? Texas is alleeed. The individual defend- Flying S8, Gretchen G. 101, Orperth ants include John D. Archbold. John D. 102. C. W. Kennon 103, Abound 103, Rockefeller, H. C. Folger, jr., C. J. Fol Orbed Lad 107. ger, Charles . Harkness, Charles M. -j?ive ywiuua awicu a.,.. Kimed. ! claimed. Wednesday's Results. First race, 4 furlongs, purse, 2 year olds; value SSOO-rOle Rosebud (Mc Cabe) 118. 2 to S, out place and show, won; Shadrach (Murray) 115. 7 to 1. IS to 10. 3 to 5, second. Gladys "i. (Cal lahan) 107. 10 to 1. 4 to 5 show, third. Time. :47. Hykl, George, Meritorious, Autumnal, Princess Janice, ran, .Second race, 6 furlongs, selling. 4 yTear olds and up; value $300 Rogon (Burllngame) 115. 9 to 2. Z to 1. even won: Pedro" (McDonald) 100. 7 to 1. 3 to l. 8 to 5. second; Auto Girl (Kede ris) 101. 10 to 1, S to 5 show, third. Time, 1:13. Balronia, Roberta, Dave Monts-omerv. Rockdale. Golden Agnes. Clint Tucker, Lady Willie, Gill Ander- gon. Hidden Hand, ran. Third race. 6 furlongs, selling. 3 year olds; value $800 Kiva (Gross) 10S, S to S. 1 to . 2, 1 to 5, won : Ancestors CHill) 10S, 8 to 1, 3 to 1. even, second: Dynamc (Halsey) 104. 3 to 1. 1 to 2. show. third. Time. 1:12 4-5. Con naught King Stalwart. Bula Welsh, Amity, ran. Fourth race, S furlongs, selling. 4 year olds and up. value $300 High Street (Carter) 105. 8 to 1, 3 to 1, 8 tc 5 won: Faneull Hall (Kederis) 108. 15 to 1. 6 to 1. 2 to 1. second: Maraand (Estep) 106. 3 to 1. 2 to 5 show, third. Time. 1:13 1-5. Butter Gall. Song of ; Rocks, Gimll, Eye White, Beda, Sir Barry ran. Fifth, race, 1 mile, selling. 3 year olds and up; value $300 Suffragist (Burllngame) 115, 7 to 2. 6 to 5, 1 to J. won; John Louis (Kederis) 106. 8 tp 6, a IV O, 1 iv , avoniu; i.tueinuinpian Time. 1:39 3-5. Palma, Love Day. i Crossover Red Widow, ran. Sixth race. 1 miles, selling- 4 year olds and up; value $300 Rose vale (Groth) 108. 8 to 1. 3 to 1. 6 to- 5. won; Flying (Nathan) 105. 10 to 1. 5 to 1. 5 to 2. second: Sam Bernard (McCabe) 105. 3 to 1. 1 to 2 show, third. Time, 1:53 4-5 C W. Kennon. L. M. Sckert Layminster, Hannis, Deerfoot Mispris on, ran. VIRGINIA GOVERNOR GRANTS RESPITE TO FLOYD ALLEN Richmond, Va.. March 6. Governor Mann has granted a respite until March 28 to Flovd Allen and his son. Claude Swanson Allen undor sentence to die id the ili-itTie cli"r .it t'n efjfp rifiit.-U -inr' '--'I 1 fri! SECOND EXPECTS ORDERS TO MOVE i Unofficially Reported That the Fifth Will Come for Border Patrol 1 Duty. Soldiers of the 2d cavalry and other commands stationed at Fort Bliss are wondering what the next department move will be and where they will go. It has been unofficially reported that the 6th cavalry would be brought down from Fort Huachuca. Ariz., and that the 2d would be relieved of border pa trol. Another report is that the 5th cavalry will be permanently sta tioned at Fort Bliss. Gen. E. Z. Steever is still at Fort Sam Houston and many of the officers and men at Fort Bliss think that he will not return to duty. Tuesday was pay day at the post and all of the men received their Febru ary pay. Bamberger Nevr Post Adjutant. Lieut. Raymond S. Bamberger is act ing post adjutant, during the absence of Capt. G. C. Harvey, who is In St Louis. Mo., on 10 days leave of ab sence. First Lieut. John A. Barry has been attached to troop H. Albert Dunk, sergeant of troop G. and who has been Gen. Steevcr's or derly was. discharged Thursday, but continues to reside at the post in the employ of Gen. Steever. Reeraits Are Aligned. Recruits who arrived a week ago hitiiA hwn AMiznetl to the various i - - r.x. r- -Z i- v-rw.,.. f troops of the 2d cavalry isfollowa: 7 enoe Cronse. troop A; John Crowled,. I Elwin Greea, Harry E. Custer, troop ! B; Orva LawsOn. Michael J. P. 34c ; Donough. James H. Moore. Peter C. Morris, troop C; Hilary Nelson, Wm. G. Nolker, Arthur . Oscar. Lloys H. Shafer. troop V; Edmund E. DeWitx. Ror T. Slieer Ralnh E. Word. Cllf ford H. Bush, troop K: Harrison Sea son, Oscar Brenner. Walter R. Case, troop F; Henry W. Crandall, Albert E. Hamilton, Walter T. Hardy, Sylvenus H. Heltxel, troop G; Hallie S. Klt chlngs. James B. Lawson, Hugh S. Long Archibald C McPheeters. troop H; Lewis K. liiehl. Lewis E. Stephen son. Harry Seigel, troop I; Brnese E. Glidden, Louis A. Smith, Emmett B. Sawyer Edw. F. Williams, troop K; Al bert Tramnold, Franklin R, Whitley. James E. Wolford, troop L; Thomas H. Foley, Wm. F. Buck, Chas. Groves, troop M. MONUMENTS AT GETTYSBURG ARE DAMAliEU BI VAK-UAL Gettysburf:i Pa.. Marcl 6.Elgnt jn- uments on the Gettysburg battlefield were badly damaged by a vandal who evidently used a heavy nammer lor n destructive work. The monnmeats which suffered were 1 fifth eorps bdotutrter 49th , d ocu it.w, ww. t. - ijraafs Vermont brigade, sixth Maine, ,n"th Wisconsin and 37th Massachusetts, Larce pieces of granite were chipped iTait, iiowara fayne ana l. u. Ledyani. v-. x-i. . r v t rri;i..jL?i, . vi ic lorn, j. j. lajac iiiuBViiie, Pa, and 0. C. upwards, of Nbrwalk, Conn. The others are Texas representa tives xf the oil companies. CZAR GRANTS AMNESTY TO MINOR POLITICAL OFFENDERS St. Petersburg, Russia. March 6. The celebration of the tereenteaary of the ac cession of the Romanoffs to the imperial throne is in progress. A requiem serv ice in the cathedral of St. Peter and Paul for former emperors of the Ro manoff bonee was attended bv emperor Nicholas and the dowager empress. Em pres Alexandria and crown prince Alexis were not present. An imperial ukase, sent to the senate provides lor numerous public privileges and benenvtions in honor of the occasion, including amnesty for minor political of fenders, students and newspaper writers. and commutation of death sentences. The emperor conferred decor" i:nns on his principal ministers. Important To' Thousands Simple hat Powerful Prescription for Rheumatism anO Lane Back. Thla lim k .... .....11 I...... ,1.. and most reliable cure obtainable for rneumatlam nl harkacfiA. Tt Via Viaaii published here for several winters and J nnirareas of the worst cases cured by it in a short time,, "From your drug gist get one ounce of Torls compound (in original sealed package) and one ounce of svrup of Sarsaparllla com pound. Take these two ingredients home and put them into a half pint of good whi-ke Shako the bottle and take a tabl-spoonful beforr ach meal and at bedt m Rt suits come the first day Ii juur ilrugjjiit dues nut ha e Torls Compound in stock he will get It in a f( w hours from his whole - ilc hfu--. Pont hi influ. net d to take 1 1 ie nit.nt "- .I1 ine i-i-, d f this l!cf ,.n i m -. the t.iiuin Tins ot tne iaces oi soiaiers were kiiockl-u uii. Refrigerators Hoyt Furniture 109-111-113. San Francisco Street Little Bobbie's Pa He Meet One 3Ian in a Million nnd, of Course; Han the Usual Row With Ma. By William F. Kirk D' O yon know, wife, sed Pa? to Ma.f last nite. that I met a man to day that is one man in a million? No. I didn't know it sed Ma. Ton are always meeting one man in a million, sed Ma, & wen he gits to the house he falls prltty short of yure recommen-dashun. Why doant you try meeting sum of the other 999.999? sed ma. You wud prubly meet sum better fellows. Oh. but this feller is different, sed Pa. He was down neer the South Pole with Shackelton & he was with Doc Cook St he fished Peary out of a air hole in the ice onet jest wen a Walrus was going to eat him. How thrilling, sed Ma. Did he ever keep Roosevelt from gittlng ate up by sl Iflcsocd IIoaT You doant need to be so flip, sed Pa. This man is reely a wunderful trav eler. He was one of the first of the allied forces to scale the Chinese Wall at the time of the Boxer trubble sum yeers ago. He has been thru so much ackshun. in fack. sed Pa. that his hair is white & he is only forty years old. That does nt meen anything, that white hair. seoVMa. Look at Jim Trud den. His hair is white as snow St he i only fortv. & he has always lived I at Spring Brook or around thare. Sum peepul gits pree-matureiy gray natu rally. Ma sed. Well, I suppoas you are going to bring him up to the house. That is what you usually do with the celebrities that you meet around at tV,A tilths Ar rhnn llflDHM. I Will tell j you what I will do. sed Ma, I will bet vou a nice dox ot cigars, tne ainu iui you always pick out for yurself, aggenst a pair of gloves & a dozen handkerchiefs that I can cross examine this wonderful explorer frend of yures & tangle him up beefoar he knows it. Pa Takes the Bet. I will bet you. Pa sed. If you doant examine him too cross. I know that he has been every place that he says he has been. There is a ring of sin cerity Irt- his voice. Pa sed, like the words of a truer adventurer. ' Yon mitn as well ferait about that ring of sincerity! deereat. sl Ma. Thara.' Is a rlnar o sincerity in yure toiw wen it euns to- me oarer the Phone telling that tne suoway is sxatiea that you arent going to git hoam for dinner, but the next day wen I ask you to show me a account of the subway stall in the morning palpers it ain't thare to show me. Jest then Pa's explorer frend called. He was white haired all rite, but I dident think that re was a man wich had been thru much hardship. All of the plcters of explorers wlch 1 have seen showed men with deep lines on thare faces St necks. & this gentleman that Pa was telling so much about dident have a line on his face. My husband tells me that you haw travelled a lot. sed Ma. Thare must be sum mlstalk. sed Fas new frend. I have lived, rite here in New York since I was born. I used to live downtown neer the Bowery. I now live up in the Bronx. I can ride as fast as the subway can go. ut that is all the travelling I ever did. sed Pa's frend. 1 guess yure husband must have got mixed up. I was telling him about a book I have at hoam called the Adventure of a Globe Trotter. Then you ought to have seen Ma lock at Pa. MANY SHADE TREES PLANTED IN CLIFTON Clifton. Ariz., March 6 For the past i. ko. ht, rproirin. hi Timor, to .f two ...jkAi.- rn. Ar Tnni 'nniu,, .fim. small cottonwood trees which are being set out at 'regular intervals over the town. A fine row of trees has been set ,.. tIia tinner end of thA 091 xit "" -i. -.. -..! . li-, .. i thA river lo the varnn rnarl nnd I another row extends from the Shannon i your weight if the parnotis treatment is hospital on Riverside to Shannon hllL I used. This is harmless and quickly dto The members of the Corporation solves fat-tissues, without leaving tne commission, who were to have been , skin flabby or wrinkled. Prepare it at in Clifton this week to investigate the home by getting four ounces parnoiis . m,,a tiai wa,... nn.hU ,n l... frAtn the dr-iiffcriftt. ftnd dissolve in 11-2 Dresent on account of a case at Bisbee which has been occupying their time. The date ior meir arrival nas been indefinitely postponed. SlUfrjiiio aAj.xr.K. imjf.r AJMD BREAK; UP SUFFRAGET MEETING T .! TTfWT- VsmL r T I meline Pankhuret, leader of the sufira- ! fet8 hrt? : Bh I has canceled all engagements and gone I Llimniii -- unii:u 11. lirH. P.ni- to the country ior rest, inis announce crystos in a pint of water ele ment was made at a suffragft meet .. tonic is ve-v soothing and by using it at Hampetean, wnere Mr- I'lnumrst was scheduled to speak -en " Mrs. Flora Dnanmond took her pi vi rWrnmn aJ Kra,n -11. i -"? " - "V ... ing than a group ot students scattered 1 quant it:ts ol snutf starting Mervbnch to sniei'ing A i ' si rimmase en ' lw ftxpen the itf ini'iTits on,) r ? roki 1 ' I ,rlnrs t'h ur? 7 n ' - I Lla We now have ready for your in spection the most complete line of . refrigerators we have ever offered. It includes over fifty sizes and the range of v prices is most comprehensive. We still handle the well known Herrick, which we have handled for years, and which we shall continue to . do until we find a better one. We have been unable to do so yet We believe we can convince you of its superiority if given the chance. The Diary of A Bachelor He Finishes HU Story to the WIdoiv and GetH Into Deeper Water at Its Bad. -By Max KB. 17. The widow wanted the story of my life because she hoped it would show a shameful F past, a contrite sinner, and hers the power to forgive. I have had no shameless past and if I bad. Diary. does anyone Imagine I -would make confession to a woman? But the day was fine, the horses in good fettle, the widow looked particu larly pretty, because she was inter- "lher 'omTflrst ImShe was older than I, and worldly wise, and she led me on. I thought. I said, that I was the favered one, and lav ished all my attention on her for a year, when one day I offended her. Then I knew the worst! I refused, after that dark day when she re vealed her true character to me. to have anything more to do with her. "Was your heart broken?" whispered the widow. A Blighted Life. As for that I did not knew. All I knew and here I paused for dramatic emphasis was that it was never in her power to hurt me again. "You wronged her first." insisted the widow; "you blighted her life! "What," I asked, "do yon mean by that? All I did was to upset the ink. and she 'spanked me!" The widow was so dumbfounded by the thought of a woman who had been wronged avenging herself by spanking her betrayer that I hastened to blot out the picture she had conjured by telling her my first lore was my school teacher. "You have tricked mef she cried. "You have been playing on my sym pathies." For a moment the widow was silent Then she laughed. That is the secret of Mrs. Brown's power over me. She never gets offended! I have decided since my acquaintance with her that that is the secret of every widow's power. A young girl wilt pout and an older girl will storm. Why He Never Married. "I don't blame you for rebuking my cariosity," still laughing, "but' I do want to know why you have never J married. "No single person." I added, after explaining my altruistic scheme to the widow, "is ever so impolite that he or she says to one who is married, Why did you get married T Yet the question is as pertinent and Important as that asked every one -who remains single, and would be infinitely ha :r to answer. I contend," growing inter ested in my theory, "that if every bride and bridegroom had to give an honest answer to that question upon reaching the altar the answer each gave would so offend the other that there -would be no ceremony. Now. for .Instance, WHY did YOU get married?" Health and BY MRS. MAB MARTYN Mrs. B.: "Stringy." unmanageable hair is caused by grease and dirt which, if neglected, will produce dandruff, the worst of all hair dangers. Keep the head perfectly clean with an occasional shampoo with canthrox. You will be delighted with the result. Get a package oi canuirox irom any aruggist ana ais- . HSPSSSS a cup or not into the scalp j creates a rich, bland lather Hm i kiik.j whu iiiu uuxuiv , ... ' hair After rinsing and drying, the I ncAii scalp is left sweet and pliant and the hair is fluffv. beautiful and easy to arrange. R A - Tt In an huit matter to reduce pints of hot water, strain and take a taMespoonful before each meal, cse ,Mml.,lv nntll thA npflMr Weight IS reached. When the parnotis treatment I !"'"" "":" """ "".;, -,., t 1 11 SK7!5L i" JZS'ZZFSS III effect I .'follows its use. iv wu, awn iu,.. , 14a- 'G"a aah v.nsWttefl TOUT WMuC .-a. vu a.caaa au vsaar . f nd r'J hf 0'll",i dailvtwo or trreerrps1' lnaeanne!y,trngytn:nin0 tonic made b dissolving an ounce of regularly j.hi v ill make your eyes strong, clear in,l brilliant J3riOn: luu LaD fUtt.UK. "HH-i'"! Marion: "vt , the biood whirh manlfesc tnemseive fn pimples ami -mnddj lddy" complexion with this i,i.. i pu- fler which you hould n ' i i me Get an ounct o' mdene r i Ie it in one half i-il' . wi -K.. ' ) fie l . ! 1 1 ir 'Bd i u-rh ho' H "f '9 AT FOUNTAINS, HOTELS, OR ELSEWHEHS Get the Original and Genuine 9 0ifaicJmUaimi TheFoodDrinkforAHAges , CH BHi. AIT GRAIN ECIKACr. XX. FOTDE Not in any Milk Trust Insist on HQRLICJfL'S- Take a package TaoBie Itch! Itch! itch! Constant itch. Intolerable agony. ECZEMA! A few drops of a mild, simple, wash instant relief all skin distress GONE. D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema Sounds too good to be trae? We guarantee it The first full sise bottle free if V. D. D. cannot reach year ease. For your comfort's sake, it is worth & trial. Come in and let 'as tell yon about it Also abont D. Dt D. Soap it helps. Kelly St Pollard. Druggists. Adv. There was a pause. It seemed a long one to me. Then she turned to me. "I married Mr. Brown." she said, "because I hadn't met yon first" Then I whipped up the horses, and kept them at a smart gait with my eyes on their ears all the way home. I wish. Diary, yon bad some sens 6 so you could tell me Just what she meant by that CORPORATION SUES ANOTHER UNDER ANTI-TRUST LAW Cleveland, O., March 6. Suits under the anti-trust law tr recover $1,921 -Or .99 from the National Fire Proofing company, of Pittsburg, Pa., have been filed in the federal court here by attor neys for the Great Eastern Clay Protracts company, of South River, N. J. It is said this suit of a private corpora tion against another corporation as a "trust" is the first BoiaMe iastaaee of its kind in the eonatry. Use Domestic Coke Southwestern FaeJ Co. Beauty Helps will soon rid your system of poisonous accumulations and make yon strong, bringing the glow of perfect health to your cheeks. Miss J.: Annoying, itchy scalp can be overcome if you nee a tonic made by dissolving an ounce of quinaoia in a half-pint alcohol, then adding a half pint water Massaging the scalp with this tonic twice a week stops the itch- Ln?,.SLd r?.u th hair follicles to healthy action and using it jegularH cures dandruff and soon Induces an abundant growth of brilliant fluffy Ira: To regain the velvety softness and healthy, youthful glow to the skin you should discard powders and rouge and use the following simple lotion: Uet four ounces of spurmax from your druggist and dissolve in a half-pint hot j.ici. men aaa two teaspoonfuls glycerine Apply this freelv with the palms of the hands to the face, neck and arms Ismg the spurmax lotion clears and tones the skin. ovArrnmo csra una tones S?J.e .1A0.lr?" nd wrinkles as trn as pruicis ine COFTinlA'Y-l.t,, rvm in. ijciiuvs ana inclement weather. . Ja?.e,W:J Tour 'yehrows will crow in thick and lustrous-if you appl p - SSMmSffSSS? Uh forer Shirt, straight lashes will Rrow long and have a beautiful curl if pyroU,,, ap. plied at lash-roots with thumb and forefinger T se care and don t get py roxin where no hair is wanted P. X.. It is not noc. swrv to tise the electric needle, because with A sinale application of delatone vou can rid your cheek of every trace' of hair. Just make a paste with a little delatone ami water ippl to hairv surface and i two or thret- minuti--- remove wash th k,n inu r will he -. r oth n,l h.'-le-Th'v - i nuiil- 'i i i i,. a u ba" IfcmMI OO I IP If it L.I u ii q MALTED MILK t lint ri-r n ti 11 'ii ' st V t Kdn lablc Give Ini- l mediate RtUcf. -,, .- -t. .--it "ttm - ' iit 1 it ' Mi a-1 4, 1J12. i 1 a'