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New Home For Haymon Krupp
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Hundreds Have Taken Advantage of the
Wonderful Bargains We Are Offering
HAVE YOU?
Summer Underwear, Summer Shirts, Straw Hats, etc, etc., everything to be sacri
ficed at less than cost Lay in your Summer supply of everything now at these
ridiculously low prices. Not a jumbled assortment of odds and ends but a clean,
new, this spring's of the very best the world offers in Men's Wear Get yours now.
Vi
Low Round Trip Rates to
MesiNa Park
Old Students' Reunion
May 28-29. Dates of sale May 26-27-28. Return lim
it May 30th.
For further information write or call on us or your
Local Ticket Agent.
W. R. BROWN, J. S. MORRISSON,
D. F. & P. A. C P. A.
Mills Bldg.
MAN TRiES OUT THIS GUARANTEE
GETS HIS MONEY BACK, BUT
Tie Bought a Settle of Dodson's Liver
. Tone, TVen Teelc It Baek and Asked
for His Mosey and Get It.
. man recently tried out the guar
antee which every druggist gives with
very bottle of DodsonTs Liver Tone.
He bought a bottle and then went back
t'j the drug store and said the medi
cine hadn't helped him.
The druggist just reached into his
rash register and took out a half dol
lar, the price of Dodson's Liver Tone,
a id handed K back to the gentleman.
Hvt the man didn't take the money.
REFUGEES CONTINUE
TO QUIT MEXICO
San Francisco. Gal , May 20. Steam
ships arriving from the coast of Mexico
are bringing1 to this port many Ameri
can ana other refugees. More than 40
were passengers on the steamship San
Jose, which arrived yesterday. A num
ber of these stated that they had been
compelled to travel long distances out
of their way to get out of the country
by way of the west coast, because of the
demoralized state of the railroads.
Dr M. T. Moore, of El Paso. Texas,
who arrived with his family, told of the
20 day siege and capture of the town
of Alamos, where he had been residing
as a physician for two years, lie said
tl-at the Americans in the district from
-which he had fled had been treated
with everv consideration both by the
tate troops and the federals.
Do As Others Do, Take
this time-tested world proved home remedy which suits
and benefits most people. Tried for three generations,
the best corrective and preventive of the numerous
ailments caused by defective or irregular action of the
organs of digestion and elimination has been proved to be
BEECHAM'S FILL
(The Large Sale of Any Medlefec m the WeriJ)
If yoaliarG not tried this matchless family medicine, yoa do not know
what it means to have better digestion, sounder s!oen, brighter eyes,
clearer complexion, which come after Bescham's Pilb have cleared
the system of impuritiec. Try them novr and l-noz. Always of the
same excellence in all climates ; in every season -Cescbam's Pilk are
The Tried, Trusted Remedy
SuU Tll ii imTii i' i, bi Imva- lrt 9C
Direction with erety box et very
LCUY GROCERY
Gi V I COMPANY
PHONES 5053098. 204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
SCRUB BRUSH AJTD SCOUR SOAP COMBINED.
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SALE IS STILL
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Account
He owned up that he was Just trying
the guarantee and as a matter of fact
he had found Dodson's Liver Tone the
best remedy for constipation and bil
iousness he had ever tried. -Why," he
said, "my wife wouldn't be without a
btttle in the house for anything. It's
the best thins in the world for the
-whole family, and the only medicine
that I would take or give to my chil
dren for a lazy liver."
Every druggist in town sells Dod
son's Liver Tone and guarantees it
to start the liver without violence It
is takinr the place of calomel every
where. A dvertisemeat.
REBELS FEAR FALL
OF STATE CAPITAL
Douglas, Ariz.. May 20. As a pre
cautionary measure, to preserve the
Sonora state documents of value and
the money in the treasury, in case the
federals succeed in taking Hermosillo,
the Constitutionalists have commenced
to move the principal effects of the
state government to Cananea.
PSAR ATTACK ON JUAREZ
AND MOVE TO THIS SIDE
Owing to the circulation of reports
that Juarez is to be attacked from day
to day, many persons are moving to El
Paso from the town across the river.
According to police officials these re
ports are circulated for the purpose of
getting the people to move out. Hack
men and express men profit by these
migrations.
vrhwble. iii iHr to
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FEEUHEIHMEXIBO
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holding their positions and an attempt
by the federals to run a train into
Tarapico from San Luis Potosi re-
, suited in a rebel attack at Ebano.
PASCUAL 0R0ZC0 IS
DEFEATED BY REBELS
Mexico City. Mex.. May 20. Gen
Pascual Orosco. who was recently dis
patched north by the government, suf
fered his first defeat on Saturday at
rVesaillo, in northern Zacatecas. He
lost SO killed and retreated to the city
of Zacatecas.
REBELS REINFORCED IX
VICIXITV op matamoras
Brownsville. Tex May SO Four hun-
. dred of the reinforcements that Gen.
uuam, reoei commander, announced ne
would await before attacking Mata
moras, opposite Brownsville, passed
through Reynosa yesterday en route to
Rio Bravo, where Blanco and his main
body of troops are encamped. They
are due to reach Rio Bravo today.
Whether Blanco will start immediatelv
on the 46-mile march toward Mata
moras is not known. Meanwhile Mata
moras is verily In a state of siege, but
2500 federal troops are reported at
Lampasos and Villaldsma, about 100
miles south of Laredo.
BOY IS SRXTENCBD BY
REBELS TO BE SHOT AS SPY
Kogalee, Ariz.. May 20. Jose Man
uel, a 17 year old Mexican -American.
WAS P,.B( Im V.V.I.. ClM4h .&a
. terday and -sentenced to be shot as a
apy. a comerence Between prefect
Calles and American consul Simpich
led to a retraction of the order.
The youth signed a statement in
which he confessed complicity in a
plot to smuggle arms, ammunition and
petroleum into Sonora, the oil to be
used in destroying bridges and prob
ably publie buildings.
Two unidentified Mexicans also ae
eused of being federal spies were shot
AOUNA CONFERS WITH
GOVERNOR OP TEXAS
Austin, Tex., May 20. Senor Jesus
Acuna, general secretary to governor
Carranza, of Coahuila, Mexloo, was here
today and bad a conference with the
governor. Senor Aouna came over from
San Antonio, accompanied by Willard
Simpson and Edward Haltom. of that
city. Secretary Acuna, through Mr.
Simpson, said that the visit of the sec
retary had no political significance;
that he came here as an act of cour
tesy to the governor. It is understood,
however, that conditions along the
northern border of Mexico were dis
cussed. CAItKANZA SAYS GOJIKZ
"WILL NOT- SUIT HIM
Washington, D. G, May JO. 'My pur
pose to solve the situation in Mexico
by force of arms is fixed and in
flexible," was the message Venustiano
Carranza, leader of the "Constitution -ists"
in Mexico, wired to his agent here
in response to Queries as to whetlmr
j he had decided to compromise the con
I fliet by agreeing on Francisco Vasquez
uomez ir provisional president. The
governor replied he had made no such
an agreement in the hope of securing
recognition from the United States.
WILLIAM H. STROUP DIBS
SUDDENLY AT SOX'S RASCn.
Albuquerque, N. M., May 30 Wil
liam B. Stroup. 70 years old, father of
A. B. Stroup, attorney, died at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the
Stroup ranch, south of here.
Mr. Stroup came here two weeks ago
to live with his son, A. B. Stroup, on
the ,latters ranch. He apparently
was in good health until the time of
his death.
Mr. Stroup was a retired farmer,
having given up active management
of his farm in Kansas two years ago.
CASAOT USB TEXAS FUG
FOIl ADVERTISING PURPOSES
Austin. Tx.. May 20. The attorney i
general's department today sustained
til winsHtlltinnaliiii a k& mm . iA I
. isgnwiur pruniDiung me use or
the Texas flag for' advertising pur
poses, and that the courts of Texas
must take judicial notice of its ex
istence. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES.
Commencement exercises will be held
at St. Joseph's academy on next Tues
day, Mav 27. The exercises will com
mence at 9 a. m. and will be held in St.
Mary's hall.
MKES AOLTIRY ASSICNMEVT.
Thf Kl Paso Houcho'd Iirn'n.ntr
company has made a oluntary assign
ment to the El Paso Association of
Credit Mor nrd the basine""! will be
s ' ' p . now In nj rec itd
l) the tiiuit asui. 4tio
ULUM lli borne of liaymon Krupp
ner of 'West IUo Grande street
.river and the Slexlcan mountain
have U reems, -tiro hatha, a vrlde colonial gallery on the "West Rio Grande
street froni- and a smaller gallery on Prospect avenae. The IUo Grange
street iront Li jshovrn above. These galleries will be .supported by Ionic
coIbbihs la white, the finish to be In cherry red brlclc with white trimmings.
It will cost $14,600. Gibson and Robertson are the designing architects.
NEW lit FOR
Burned Storage House to be
Rebuilt-Gounty to Build
Warehouse.
E. Moye will build a concrete home
for the Union Bank & Trust company
on the Bryan Bros.' site at the inter
section of Texas, Oregon and San An
tonio streets. He has closed a long
term lease with Arthur Fullan for
the corner and will replace the old
three story brick building with a
modern two story bank structure with
a full basement The basement will
be occupied by Mr. Fullan for his
Jewelry store.
The first and mezzanine floors will
be occupied by the Union Bank A
Trust company as its banking quar
ters and will be finished elaborately
inside. The saloon which stands on
the east end of the site will be left
and the building will cover only that
part which the Bryan Bros, store
and a smaller stoio adjoining now
occupies. The building will eost !0,
000 and will revert to Mr. Fullan at
the end of a stated period. Plans are
to be submitted to the contractors at
once and it is expected to have the
building completed by fall.
T Kebalid Storage House.
The El Paso storage warehouse, des
troyed by fire Friday night, is to be
rebuilt. Louis Hancock, of Austin,
Tex., owner of the building, made this
statement Tuesday morning. He has
not yet decided what kind of building
will be erected but it is possible -that
some of the present walls will be al
lowed to stand if they can pass in
spection. Mr. Hancock arrived from,
Austin Monday night to investigate
the fire.
A hose is kept at the fire in readi
ness for use if required. Monday af
ternoon a stream was played on the
smouldering ruins for four hours.
Sew Manhattan Homcx.
Fullan and Hall have contracted
with A. Lasich for the construction of
five modern bungalows of five rooms
each to be erected in Manhattan
Heights and work will start next week.
The houses will cost about $3,500, each
and will be modern in every respect.
Bays Suburban Lots.
Dr. R. & Homan has bought of the
Hawkins Improvement Co. lots 1 to 4
inclusive, block 7C of the Qovernment
HiU addition, for $130. Hawkins Bros,
made the sale.
Addition to Warehouse.
Because the dust from the eement
blows into the mules' hay and the
animals will not eat it, the city is
going to build & cement house at
the city warehouse. The new building
will be 20 feet by 20. and will be used
for the storing of cement sacks and
oakum. Bids on the building will be
asked.
County to nave Warehouse.
The lot alongside of the G. H. tracks,
between Estrella and Cebada streets
is being graded preparatory to the
erection of the county warehouse. The
commissioners some time age decided
to build a warehouse in which to store
the county's tools, harness, and other
equipment.
BHt Home During Vacation.
Mounted policeman Ira Were, who
completed his 15 days' vacation re
ported for duty Tuesday morning.
During his vacation Ware drove 100
pounds of nails in the process of build
ing a home.
CLAIMS GOVERNMENT
APPROPRIATED SITE
Beyd Claim Relating to Blcpbnnt Butte
Project to 1e Heard in Wash
ington; Askn Heavy Indemnity,
Claims against the United States
government resulting from the selec
tion of the Wephant Butte dam site
for the government project will be
heard In Washington soon by the pe
cuniary claims committee of the Brit
ish and American governments and Dr.
Nathan Boyd, representing the British
claimants, left Tuesday afternoon for
Washington to be present at the hear
ing of the claim against the govern
ment The Boyd claim has been hanging
fire for a number of years. It orig
inated when the government selected
the Elephant Butte damsite for the lo
cation of the great government pro
ject. Dr. Boyd, an American represent
ing London capitalists, claimed that
the government appropriated the site
oi tne kio arande irrigation and Land
company, the parent company, cem-
posea oi me jiritisn investors and rep
resented by Dr. Boyd. The govern
ment sued the Boyd company, alleg
ing that the Rio Grande was a navi
gable stream and that the London
company was trying to obstruct It,
Dr jjoj-d says. This suit, he says, was
won in six courts by the Rio Grande
Pam and Irrigation company whleh
was the American organisation of the
British companj The 'government. Dr.
Boyd says, appropriated the site now
being used for the big dam, and the
claim contention followed. It was
agreed to submit It to the pecuniary
claims committee last year, the New
Mexico promoter says, and it is now
due for a hearing in Washington. He
will go there to get the briefs and
proofs in condition to present to the
claims committee. The company which
he represents claims to have spent
$500,000. This is asked back in addi
tion to compensation for the profit
which might have resulted from the
completion of the private project
Dr Boid has written a number Of
pamphlets and articles attacking the
government and the government en
KiniMrs Wiause of their attitude in the
irrismun matter of the IIio Grande
'. allci. lie Mas rimnnipil in Wash.
ington hv Mrs Bovd The Boyd claim
is fionnd hofoie the committee he
s-i - mi should luit an e irly hear-
um m CO
to be built on the northeast cor
and Prospect avenue, overlooking the
s. The new home of Mr. Krupp will
IFIMEII'SFITPE
(Continued From Page 1.)
died soon after his advent in the oil
business.
He did not remain long unmarried,
however, but soon after the headquar
ters of the Standard were moved to
New York, he married Ida Shrouds,
the daughter of a Philadelphia min
ister, the woman who was due to act
the principal role in the only real
tragedy of his life.
Mr. Flagler's second marriage oc
curred in 18S3, and in the next 10 years
his fortune increased by leaps and
bounds. His wife became the mistress
of a fine mansion on Fifth avenue.
New York, as well as a palatial coun- j
try nome on Long island and in
Florida, and to all outward appear
ances Henry M. Flagler was the hap
piest man in the world possessed t
a beautiful wife, an Immense fortune
and everything else a man could de
sire. Then a terrible misfortune came
into his life.
Second Wife Declared Insane.
His wife's mind became unbalanced.
The grief stricken man kept the awful
truth hidden as long as possible. He
uaia laaunnas ana inousanas OI aoi
lars to alienists in the hope of restor
ing her mentality, but her condition
gradually grew worse. The case was
hopeless. When in 1M9 the unfortun
ate woman finally became unmanage
able, the Standard Oil magnate was
J forced to allow the general public to
near or tne tragic secret be nan
guarded so carefully by having his
wife declared legally insane.
The millionaire set aside an enor
mouse sum for the care of bis wife,
and installed her in the home of a, well
known alienist in a small town n
the Hudson where she has had every
comfort that money could buy.
The following year a law was passed
vy tne irioriaa legislature whereby '
permanent insanity was made ample
grounds for a divorce, it was alleged !
at the time that this law was passed '
for the benefit of Mr. Flagler, who
had come to be a power in Florida
as a result of his vast railroad and
hotel enterprises. j
Third Marriage la 19el. J
At all events ne secured a divorce
and was married in l01, to Miss Lily
n.enan, oi wunnngton, r. j. i
He installed his bride in his new
$1,004,000 residence. "Whitehall." whish
is considered one of the finest homes
in the country and has been the cen
ter of social life at Palm Beaca evor
since.
After his third marriage. Mr. Flag
ler appeared to be devoting his time
to spending, rather than making,
money in an effort to beautify his
wondeful winter -resorts. He also gave
a good deal of bis time to philan
thropic works, and endowed a number ,
of hospitals in the state where he was
called Xing' and which he named
"The Land of Paradise."
Developed State of Florida.
Aside from his work in organising
the Standard Oil company, Mr. Flag
ler devoted a great deal of his money
and energy toward the upbuilding of
the state of Florida, and making tho
southeastern peninsula one of the
greatest winter resorts in the world
His greatest work in this connect: m
was the completion recently of t!ii
extension of the Florida East Coast
railway from Knights' Key to Key We. t
which is known as the "railroad o 1 1
the sea." This stretch of track is 15'j
miles in length and connects the chai
of islands between the mainland an l
Key West -Its construction was one
of the greatest engineering feats of
the present age. as it is built almost
entirely over water. i
Mr. Flagler's fortune was estimated i
at $100,000,000.
UaeaWed For Garments.
Don't overlook those bargains in
made to order suits at Pearson's. 110
Texas, that haven't been called for.
ah tain season's oraers. and must be
sold quick, $15.00. $18.00. $20 00 and
$22.50. while they last
KITCHHX FLOOR OX FIRE.
Monday afternoon at 5:0 oelock the
overheated bottom of a cook range set
fire to the floor of the kitchen in the
rear of Salvini's saloon, at Second and
Broadway The Central company,
which responded to the alarm, had to
move the range before the fire could
be reached. A hole was burned in the
floor, which was the only damage done.
Arcane the Liver aa imrlfies the Bleed.
The Old Standard seneral strengthen
ing Tonic. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, arouses the liver to action.
drives Malaria out of the Mood and
builds up the system. For adults and i
children. SOc
IS SIHUBO
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE
A SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT
And a Delightful Scalp Dressing
The discovery and turning in an
alarm of fire nakes possible the heroic
work of the firemen in putting it out.
Undiscovered, a fire spreads with
amaiing rapidltj. destroying every
thing within reach.
The dittovcrj of the dandruff germ
was of incsumaale value to mankind,
but only because it paved the way for
the greater sen ice, the disco ery of
Newbro s Herpiclde
Dandruff is contagious, and its
spread is checked by the use of Herp!
ciil. T.iis i'i lurhtful scaln dress.nir
l'li'ivis l, t' ici . ,)' dandruff chfks
I'.t an .i i a I', il-uiZjla anj .r.-
PARTICULAR attention is called to our unsurpassed
stock of White Buck and Canoas Pumps and Slippers.
C&midering the quality and the careful service Be gi in Mwf you inll fni
our prices the motl reasonable in El Paso.
Matt Orders Solicited
WUUy ' h e Store Ahead mQgm
204 San Antonio Street
SEEDS
We are in Ibe to furnish yo de foUewng:
Amber Cane, Red Top, MHo Maize, Kafir Cora. Egyptian ,
Wheat, Field Corn. Peanuts, Bermuda Grass, Alfalfa Seed,
Timothy, White & Red Clover, Blue Grass, German Millet, Salt
Bush, Stock Beets, Buckwheat, Rape, Cow Peas, -AHflWia, and
full line of Poultry Supplies.
El Paso Seed Co.
PHONE 363
WOMEN LAY PLANS
FOR BIG MEETING
The Hague, Holland, May 20. Count
ess Isabella of Aberdeen, wife of the
viceroy of Ireland, formally opened a
meeting of the International Council
of Women here today. The subject
of the meeting is to complete arrange
ments for the quintennial meeting of
the council in Rome next year The
countess of Aberdeen is president of
COUNTESS OF ABERDHRX.
the International Council or Women
and is prominently identified with
other women's organizations in Europe.
She is regarded as one of the fore-,
most women in Ireland today. Among
the delegates from the United States
are Mrs. May Wright SewSll and Mrs
Andrea Hofer-Procdfoot, both of whom
are well known in the feminine world
of America.
vents the hair from falling. It stops
thst ittiilr.g almost instantly.
Hfipicide , the one standard and
original ctandi-jf germ destroyer. Any
othi r preparation making this claim
is an imitation.
Recommended and applied by first
class barbers
Send 10i in postage or siKer for
sample and booklet to The Herplcide
Co, Dept It Ivtroit. Midi
Newbro a Herpiclde in 5c and SI. 00
sixes is sold b li utiers who gua-cr-tee
it to do all that is claimed If
jou are not siti fid sour irom will !
3 ra e??S( JSlB&Sm&B
he refunded TC 11 p' i. s.ril. i, '
At?, n s ' -, t.
519 SAN ANTONIO ST.
STUDY SYLLABIC SHORTHAND.
In six or eight weeks you will bo read
for a good position. Sasy to lear
Best. Takes four times longer to learn
other systems. Our graduates now
holding best paying positions in EH Paso
Investigate. Make us prove it Half
price for course until June 5th. Fans
to keep you cool this summer P&sa
City Business College, Morehouse Blk
Oregon A Texas Sts. Phone 5607
MEXICANS SKElv SALVAGE
IX RtIS OF W VREHOI SE
Mexican men. women and children
climbed about -the ruins af tho Bl Casu
storage warehouse on South Stanton
street Tuesday looking for salvage
There were over 100 of them thero
early in the morning, seeking thiners
of value which the fire had not
destroyed.
ii
Cut Out" Worry
If you feel run down, have no appe
tite, digestion is fcd, liver lazy a "4
bowels clogged, don't worry you onli
make matters worse. The-lnner man '
needs help and a trial of .
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
IS IRGED. GET A BOTTLE TOD VY
The West Coast
of Mexico
climatically is a
Southern Extension
ol California
with mo. water, store tillable land
and a longer growing season. Partie
ularlv is this true of ike states of
S0N0RA-SIMAL0A-TEPIC
JAUSC0
with their many river valleys crossed
by the
Southern Pacific
Railroad
Of Mexico
and containing some oi the
Best Irrigable Lands in
The mm
still undeveloped. Lei a tali yon
something of them,
H. LAWTOX, G. F. fc 9. A. J
Gaaynaa, Sonora, Mexico. i
Prices Reduced
On Aii Suit:
Now
THE $15 CLOTHES SHOP
1ST Sua Antonio Street.
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