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Tuesday, June 3, 193
Summer Ready - to Wear
Garments for Men
A "word to
the wist." etc
That are the satisfactory kind and
are the latest in design of patterns
and will fit and are guaranteed to
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We ouW like to remind you that we have the most complete line of TRUNKS AND
JRA VEUNC BAGS IN EL PASO No mailer what style of trunk you may desire, we
have it at the right price wardrobes, steamer, ladies' hat trunks, packing trunks and auto
mobile trunks. N -
We are sole agents 'for HARTMANS RITE HITE WARDROBE TRUNKS, the
only practical, upright wardrobe trunks which fully comply with the new size ruling'made by the
railroad companies. Built in two sizes, 40 and 45 itches hfah. 'N.oi an inch of lost space, no
excess baggage, no matter how weU filled wan apparel Allmode. offephf veneered Wood. and
fibre. In Hie women's wardrobes, convertible drawers are provided to hold either Wearing ap
parel or as paclpng space for two large hats. " ,
No matter what you wish in bags or suit cases, we have hundreds of styles to select from,
from the cheapest to4he best , '
Ciw aw a caU and loam how much money you can save.
Our trunks, 'sail cases and
bags are the best travelers m
the world.
Married Lifers Troables
Warrem Takes Helen tor a Chop
gtey IMmht at a Chinese
r Make! Merfcert Braer-
rwas Helen's first glimpse of a
real Chinese restaurant. The
black teakwood tables, the colored
lanterns, the gilded dragons her,
quick glance swept over n all with
eager Interest. ,
"Take a look over that ana set
what you want," as warren shoved
toward her a bill of fare..
Helen looked helttlesklr over the
long- line of Chinese characters, and
the English translations that were al
most as bewildering.
Why. dear, I don't know anything
about these dishes."
'Well, now, let's see." He wu
frowning over the- soap list "Here s
uat ko min, whatever that Is, and
bird's nest sojip'knd ahrk'sla -
"But, dear, look$J.5t! 1Thy, that's
an awful price for soup. 'I thought
Chinese restaurants were cheap."
They are. Look at the rest of the
prices But shark fin seems to be
their 'swell aish. Want to" try it
No' Then, how about bird's nest soupT
That's only $1.50."
Mitch Cheaper.
"Why. "Warren, that's an absurd
price for soup. But this sounds In
teresting: Soup, with chicken, mush
rooms, egg, bamboo shoots, etc." and
it's only SB cents. Iet's try that."
"All right. Now how about the chop
suey? What kind do you want?"
"Oh any kind," murmured Helen, be
wildered at the list of chop sueys.
"How does this strike . you "Chop
suey with boneless chicken, pjn apple,
water nuts, etcr Wonder what the
etc' is?"
A waiter approached now with, his
air of stolid Oriental Indifference.
While they were giving him the order
another Chinaman brought them some
was not brought in a teapot, but
in a bowl covered with a closely fit
ting saucer that kept hack the leaves
when it was poured oat In the snail
haadleless cups.
"By Jove, that's good tea," as War
ren refilled, his cap.
Then the soup came In decorated
bowls with quaint china spoons. It
was thick with chicken and mjosh
rooms and an egg had evidently been
broken in each bowl and cooked by
the heat of the soup.
"Oh. what are these little crisp.
crunchy things?" Helen was trying to
fish out a bit of something with the
short china spoon.
"Think that's bamboo shoots. Good,
aren't they?"
Then came the chop suey ht a large
bowl, with two small bowls heaped up
with rice.
"Oh, dear, don't don't give me so
much. I may not like it," for War
ren was helping her most liberaHy to
the chop suey.
You'll like ft, all right. Now, what
are you trying to find?" as Helen be
gan investigating It auspiciously with
her fork. ,
Dark mixtures In, food did not ap
peal to Helen, and she tested it doubt
fully. But she was soon sating It
with relish.
"Pretty good, eh? How about this
rice? Takes an Oriental to cook-" rice
like that. Every grain, whole. No
wonder they never eat bread. This
rice is a darn sight better than most
of the bakers' dope."
MynleriosK Smut.
Until now Helen had not realized
that they had neither bread nor butter,
but she found that both were unknown
in a Chinese restaurant.
The waier had brought them each
a tiny dish, about the sice of an in
dividual butter plate, filled with -a
dark brown sauce.
"What do you suppose this Is?" Hel
en sniffed at it critically.
"Must be that Chinese sauce they
make out of t walnuts. Tea, that's it,'
as he poured" some on his chop suey,
Helen, still skeptical, dropped some
on a bit of rice. It was salty and bit
ter, but very appetizing, and she soon
emptied the little dish.
Every ,one drank quantities of tea.
The waiter brought them a fresh pot
of hot water to pour on their tea
' leav- in the saucer covered bowls.
"Want to try chop-sticks with your j
chop hueyr- asueo- warren, nodding
to ward's a couple of men at a corner
table, who were skilfully dispatching
their food with long slender sticks.
"Guess I'd better buy some.' We'll
want- those first hand."
"Why, can you Tmy them?"
"Course you can. Every Chinaman
has his own chop suey stick. Carries
"em in ais pocket. I Say yon!" beck-
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Pale Children
Ayer's SarsapariUa helps nstuie
to make rich, red blood. No
Sold for 60 years.
As Your Doctor. kSsnJTfc
- v?su bsbbI kowr
oning to the waiter. "How much are
your cferp sue.-- sticks?"
"KKtfen cents a pair, sir."
"Ail l'ghtt brin-' us tach a pair."
Helen examined curiously the alen- f
der black sticks when they were laid
beside her plate
"Let's see, which is -the working
end?" mused Warren. "Oh. here- we
are! This is the way it'-e done,'.', hold
ing the sticks between his- thumb,
first and third fingers and success
fully conveying with -them a bit of
chicken to bis mouth. "Try it! No,
you hold them like this."
Bat- Helen only succeeded in get
ting some chop suey on -the floor. Td
rather eat my dinner with a fork." and
she laid down the sticks decisively. "I
can't imagine any-one choosing to eat
with these things."
Easy for -Hlsa.
"Look over there! Watch that
Chink. That's the real. thing."
Helen followed. Warren's gmaee to
a solitary Chinaman ho was eating
his dinner aj a side table. He had
Just drawn from his pocket a Mir ot
chop sticks, gravely wiped them on
one of the paper napkins, and promptly
delved into a huge bowl of chop suey.
"But It doesn't seem' quite clean to
carry, them in one's pocket." -
"It's a darned sight cleaner than to
use forks and spoons thafcve been- used
by anybody who can par for a meaL
CaK about germs-
"On. Warren, rion't! JJOB't say such
things when' we're eatWgr pushing
back her plate with a gesture of re
vlusion. '
"You're too squeamish. Through?
Want some preserves? That's what
you're supposed to finish up . with at
these places. Here they are," scan
ning the menu. "Imported Chinese
preserves, golden limes. Canton glhger
pineapple, green plums . and ll-cbee
nuts.' What'll it be?" .
"1 always llkea preserved gingr,"
ventured Helen.
"TOO cab get that anywhere. Let's I
try those limes and the li-ehee nuts.
Wonder if we can get any kind of a i
cordial here?"
The waiter informed them that they
served no cordials and no wine eje
cept rice wine.
" 'Rice wine"?" repeated Warren.
"Sounjls interesting what's It like?"
"Very nice. A little sweet, Makes
nice cordial."
"All rights we'll try it," agreed War
ren. "And bring us an order fo those
preserved rimes and some li-chee nuts.?
Helen was delighted with the limes.
They were like golden balls, eacb
speared on a toothpick. The straw
colofed rice wine was brought lb a
tiny, longi spouted pot with two min
iature cups and saucers. The outfit
looked more like a doll's tea set than
anything else.
"Huh, these things .hold about a
thimbleful." arcmblea Warren. "Tastes
like brandy. Why the devil don't they J
serve it in glasses?"
"But, dear, it's awfully strong."
It was strong, and before they left
Helen felt the Chinese wine tingling
through her.
The Kitchen.
As they made their way out the
Waiter asked if tney would Hke tu
Stt ?3rJ "r.' ?, . iy aILISS
?? liPe&S? Americans I
dining In Chinatown. 1
the Kitchen. Evidently that was
Helen hesitated, fearing if she saw
the kitchen she might never be able
to eat there again. But "Warren stalked
in. and she had no choice but to fol
low. The place was scrupulously clean
and curiously bare. There were very
few utensils about. Under the long
tables were big baskets of bean
sprouts, onions, celery, bamboo shoots
and Chinese cabbage. A white coated
Chinaman was stirring something on
the -stove.
"Pretty clean, eh?" declared Warren.
"Told you these Orientals were clean
about thair rookitur . MaIco michtv srnoii
-servants, too. See here, if snaggle is '
-leaving us in a lurch, how about hav
ing a Chinese cook?"
- Helen had no intention of having c
Chinese cook, even though they were
clean, but she did not think it neces
sary to argue that point then.
They made their way down the steep,
narrow steps, and found themselves
again" in Pell street, crooked and pic
turesque. To Helen the' houses with
the wooden balconies, Hung with glow
ing Chinese lanterns, seemed more like
a stage setting than a real New York
She paused before one of the most
alluring of the Chinese shops. The
window was filled with embroideries,
carved ivories. Chinese sandals, fans
and many things Oriental.
"Dear, let's go in here and get some
of that sandalwood Incense. Mrs. Ste
vens got some down here and it was
wonderful. And we might find some
thing for Carrie's birthday you know
that's the 15th. and we'll have to get
her something."
"Oh, come on!" Warren strode on
impatiently. "We don't want any of
that Junk. It's after 1 now. How
do you want to 'go home? Subway?"
(From the.Santa Rosa IS. M.) Sun
Huerta executions in Juarez promise
to berom.- as popular as the afternoon
Lull fight-
Wv pemt your name and de
liver, trunks arid bags to any
partof the dty free of chargi.
Bashful Boy Is the Safest
He Is Aet So Kant With the Girls
aud He Ih a Better "Worker
aad Deeper Student.
; : By Beatrice, Fairfax
HAT I would like to aak,"
writes -Rebecca 'Is why It
is better for a girl to asso
ciate with a bashful boy. On sev
eral occasion I have noticed that you
state that a girl should honor such
a young man, but you have never
stated why."
The qualities in a bashful boy which
make him. a welcome suitor "are more
of a negative nature than of a posi
tive. It is not that which he does, so
Such as that which he does not do.
Is Sins are of omission and they
are small compared with the sins of
commission of his bolder brother.
The. bashful boy doesn't flltt. With
n tongue that halts and -stammers, and
a telltale color that is quicker than
the blush of a young girl to proclaim
his dishonesty did he attempt to be
dishonest, he is not an adept at hypoc
risy or concealment.
He is not a dandy. Neither is he
a "lady's man," and, my dear Rebecca,
the presidents of banks and railroads,
the powers in commercial life, the most
profound thinkers and the men of let
ters the- world honors were never
'ladies' men."
IIIa llnndn.
He does not know what to do with
His hands when out in society, but bis
employer will tell you he knows good
use- for rhecn when at-work.
AfraM-ef girls, he is-forced to seek
ooiaswaionuk-ip inbooka.and boys. The
fear, of.xuis gives him a respect for
them which: is wholesome; the compan
ionship of beys gives hint the Outdoor
exercise every young man needs.
He needs this tiring oi every muscie,
not alone for the results that
physical, but for moral returns.
are not too young, my dear, to know
that the wolf that has been racing
furiously up and down hill all day
feels at night only 'the cry of tired
limbs and aching muscles begging for
rest. He is not the wolf that goes
seeking an opening to break into. the
aheepfoldi .
If a bashful boy loves a girl It is
with a sense of humility and his own
unWorthrness. He koW .that he is
the one who will be honored if his
ldvft ts'refufned;'hi bolder brother has
a faint suspicion, which the homage
of silly girls cdttTirms, that it is the
girl who should be ton her knees.
A 'Safe Way.
During his calf days he does all his
sighing for love's sake at a distance,
which mothers will agree is the only
safe and sane way for young girls
to be loved.
He is always a good listener no
woman was ever bored to- death by
the talking of a bashful man.
Saying little, he says little for which
he or others have cause for regret.
He Is a safe depository for secrets,
a good man in whom to have confi
dence. If he la not a girl's lover the
next best thing that could happen to
her would be to have him for a brother
or a friend.
Hl compliment are not practised,
are therefore sincere. When it
1-. forf and stiinennnu eourara
tkes effort and stupendous courage
to nana a moaest lime iiower to a
girl, it follows that he will never
throw bouquets at the head of every
woman he meets.
Best of all, Rebecca, the bashful boy
is a home boy. He is unafraid when
with his mother and finds in her com-
Sanionship the delight less bashful
oys seek from home.
He is "ft good boy" in the sweet
old fashioned sense, a boy who has
escaped contamination a few years
later than it comes to boys more bold.
Bisbee, Art Jun i Z Stricken witn
epilepsy, an old man known as Frank,
who has been a sewing machine repair
man here for years In the district fell
while Walking down Brewery Gulch and
struck his head agaist the curb with
such violence that he sustained a frac
ture of the skull. The old man was
rushed to the hospital, where, a few
hours later, he died.
J. M. Ovens has returned from El
Paso, making the trip by auto over the
Borderland route. He reports some
sand between EH Paso and Deming and
a humpy 'road between Hachlta and
Lordsburg. but on the whole considers
the strip from EI Paso here the best
piece of road anywhere in this sec
tion. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Leahy are In the
city from San Francisco on one of the
most extensive ante tours yet taken. They
will go all the way to New York by the
southern route and. returning, will go
over the northern route. They expect
the whole trip will take about a year, as
ample stops are made at all points of
Interest along the line.
San Simon, Arte.. June 3. Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Blackshare and baby, of El
Paso, have come here and are occupy
ing the Hulsey cottage Mr. Black
share, who wai formerly in the res
taurant lousiness in Kl Paso, is figurine-
on f-nsraariny in tho general mir
i handle. L ,-.n. a litre.
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Best line of
Lasts Six Weeks, Daring- -Which 45
Civil and 18 Criminal .-Cases are
Di9aed .
Pecos, Tex., June -3".-Disir rt ti art
has adjourned and judge $. i Iaaacks
and court reporter L. C. Majors hare
left for their Midland home, to get
a few days' rest before opening the
June term of the Ward county dis
trict court at Barstow. This term
lasts but a week, and will conclude the
work of the court in this district for
the summer.
The term just closed in Reeves county
has been full of hard work for all in
terested parties, and the statement may
be proved by a few statistics, in the
six weeks that it has operated, 4S
civil cases have been finally disposed
of, upwards of 29 of these having been
on the Jury docket. Sixteen criminal
cases were "settled"' in- one wuv or
anotfaef; ana tn .the fotfr arid, 0ae-half
Jury weeks:- Stiii Wan nid-out Of
juijr iuna or me cunncy tor jnnm pi
diem this beinfc tVe record for ReeVes
r county .in this line.
Before adjourning. Judge IuaacKs an
nounced that the venue of the Wright
case -would, be changed to Midland
( county, September 8 being set for its
The -board of equalization has closed
its preliminary labors. Many raises
have been made over the renditions
given by property owners. No radical
actions were taken, however, and. ex
cept for the split vote on the valu
ation of cattle, the board has acted
in unanimity.
The most" aggravating work to come
before the board was the matter -if
rendering the. innumerable lots .and
blocks' of Reeves county's various town
sites. A number of the townsitea, of
course, are legitimate, but few coun
ties in the southwest have been so
prolific in the production of town
sites as has - Reeves. Several con-
. cerns are promoting these propositions
at tne present time, and are daily mail
ing sales of their offerings. As a
usual, thing they take for their field
ef operations a portion of the conti
nent where they will not be likely to
run across anyone from the Pecos
country, and at the same time in a
section .where the region has been ex
tensively advertised. -As a. usual thing
neither the purchaser of the lota nor J
tne vendor renaer tnem lor taxation,
and the county is left with shoals of
lots and- blocks delinquent, and y4t
which have not sufficient value to
warrant advertising and selling them
in the usual way, because of the cer
tain lack of buyers. No solution has
yet been found for the problem.
Three Measure Paused by lArlzoaa Leg
islature to He Effective Through
Governor' .Fallnre to -Aet.
Phcenlx, Arir. June 3.- Without the
signature or 'governor Hunt, the In
surance code, abatement' law And law
for the 'taxation of express companies
will go into effect J days from the
end of th third special session of the
legislature. The governor allowed the
-ten days allowed him to pass without
taking any action on these measures,
though he signed all the others sent
him br the lawmakers.
There are several things In the in
surance code which governor Hunt
and state examiner w. H. PlunRett
regard as undesirable. The governor
does not like the express tax law be
cause he thinks six percent of the
gross receipts too low a tax to im
pose on that class Of business. The
present law calls for a tax of four
It was because it Was too long and
he did not know what it meant, that
governor HUnf refused, to sign" the In
surance code: "-
T do not know that I have any par
ticular objection to the insurance code,'
the governor explained.- after he had
sent that bill, the law for the taction
of express companies, and the abate
ment measure to the secretary of state
without his signature. "It seems to me,
however, that it could have been con
densed into a few pages, instead of
being spread over hundreds of pages."
Farmers Will Hold Special Klcctien to
Vote oh Seerejtary Lane's 1'1B
to Take Over Project.
ftlneniY. A rit JiinA 3 flnPortiAn nf
the Salt RJver Valley Water Users' Kt
tiauuLLiuii navv ueciaim to can a spec
KltiT, I' " f i ii i, pg
1 vM'f &wn3mk
i ?'
ial election. propaDiy in August, wnen ,
the farmers will vote on the plan of"ftE -secreiarv
T.ane. of the HeiMrtmonf n I Tj.
interior, for the farmers to take over
from the reclamation service the water
circulation system. Secretary Lane's
proposition also contemplates the oper
ation of the system by the ranchers.
At the satne-election the members of
the association will vote on amend
ments of the constitution, one which
will require that owners of lands for
which the water is available pay a
proportionate amount of the expense
regardless of whether the water Is ac
tually used. At present the cost of
maintenance is borne solely by the
irrigated lands.
Fort Smith. Ark., June 3. Charged
with tying his fatherinlaw, P. W".
Adams, to a tree and torturing him.
Harry Copeland. a school teacher of
Red Oak, Okla.. was arrested here and
taken to Wilburton, Okla. for trial,
Adams said he went to a lonely spot
near Red Oak, where he met Copeland
and another man who covered him with
guns. Then he said they tied him to
a tree and tortured" him until he prom
ised to surrender to Copeland the lat
ter"s rhthi Warns sent the child he'q
with its mothf-r, as he aprrccd. and
whn ropeland approached hu was ar-
K aualalaMu A IaTNAO
lursciiuauiu lauuica
Every piece gives the satisfaction
that you nave been waiting for in
the summer suits. Our big win
dows on' San Antonio, Oregon and
Texas Streets will demonstrate that we' are
tellinr the truth.
Haberdashery as well.
Sew CeauafeAioser ef Indian Affairs
Made a Keeord in Isira Under
f ,The' Washington Herald, says: Pres-
tftsnv Wilson yesterday nominated Cato
&H, of -Cleburne,' Tex as Commission
er of Indian affairs.
In xm Mr. Sells was anointed United
States District Attorney by president
Cleveland, and during his term prose
cuted a large number of attorneys and
their associates in Iowa and adjoining
states in the notable pension conspiracy
easep, the conviction of which Mr. Sells
secured In these cases resulted In the
wiping out of the pension fraud con
spiracies and saved the Federal gov
ernment many thousands of dollars.
For this work he received the com
mendation of president Cleveland for
the fearless and energetic manner in
which he had unearthed and success
fully prosecuted the guilty parties.
Aoout ten- years ago Mr. set's oecame
nsth TntAat&J In TAVaB vhA 1a kail
gone on a professional visit, and finally
determined to make his home there,
which he did In 1907. mbvlne to Cle
burne, where he established a bank and
engaged in several other business en
terprises Although prominent in the
industrial and civic associations of
Texas, Mr. Sels took no active part in
politics until the last national cam
paign, when he was elected national
committeeman and waged a most suc
cessful campaign for president Wilson.
Secretary of interior Lane believes
he has found in Mr. Wells a man of the
most vigorous type, who is at the same
time broad minded and Judicial. Such
a man is needed for the Commissioner
ship of Indian Affairs, as that bureau
has !80.000,0 worth of property "and
3,m people In Ha cure.
Bisbee, Ariz., June 3. Cleat Burris,
a miner.vwas watching a pool game at
the Mase pool hall on Main street,
when he suddenly draw a small pen
knife and stabbed himself febove the
heart. The blade entered at a slant
or the heart would have been pene
trated. The -Wounded mtui was rushed
to the hospital where lt was stated
that complications are liable to ensue
which may cost blm his life. Burris,
it-4 said, made the statement to at
tending physicians that there was no
user In trying to save, his life, as he
would make a good Job of It next
time." Burris is U years old and has
liver here a number of years. Pamtly
troubles are given as the cause of his
act .
Although school Is closed it is an
nounced that tne school children's sav
ing deposits are showing a steady in
crease. More than 2M accounts have
been opened.
M. M. Martinez, comisario of the
ststte troops, has secured "a cash bond
of ?l50t and is now at liberty. He
had been arrested on a charge of con
spiracy to defeat the neutrality laws.
I U Peres, state troop consul at Naeo,
of the dozen arrested on the same
charge, who Is still hi JalL His bond
was placed at $10 and strenuous ef
forts are being made to raise It.
About 400 members of the allied Ser
vian clubs made the trip to Lewis
Spripgs in a sepedal train to attend
the picnic given in celebration of Bal
kan victories and the' signing of peace.
The county health officers have
Issued an order that all slaughtering
of cattle must be done at night dur
ing the summer months.,
- Tularosa, N. M.. June 3. The Wood
nlen's lodge here is preparing to cele
brate with a picnic dinner and ball
game on June 9. the anniversary of
the order.
A. F. Burns Of Seedier. Tcn. is
I the new night operator at the Tula
rosa depot, relieving T. M. Garvin.
Mrs. G. U. Young has organised an
embroidery class for the - young girls
of Tularosa, meetings to be held in
the east room of the Central school
building. Charges will be made for the
Jack Maxwelf. of Salinas, was In Tu
larosa with a' skin taken from a (SO
mss.t MlnnaHtAd VhAAVk Wa. W t9 .. J
Cfftsby &t the heafl or lndiaa Hrer.
iuc ic.nai lunuug iiui was oeing
held by Rev. Lewis,, of Tennessee, and
.Tter. Mr. Wheeler, of Tularosa. has
r1080-- "". ..'..-
Today's Beauty Recipes
By Mute. D'Mill.
"Now comes the time of year most
trying to the complexion. Persoira-
.tion makes ordinary face powder look
smeary and untidy. A splendid face
lotion that is used in place of powder
can be made easily, at home by dis
solving an original package of maya
tone in a half pint of witch hasel.
Mayatone keeps the skin smooth, clear
and satiny, and gives you a complexion
of lilies and roses. It prevents
freckles, tan and sunburn. "
"Dandruff Is the worst enemy of
healthy hair. It attacks the roots and
causes the hair to become doll, brittle
and faded, and finally to fall out.
Mother's Shampoo will remove dan
druff and leave the scalp perfectly
clean and healthy. Its use makes the
hair strong, lustrous and fluffy.
"Summer toilettes seem to make su
perfluous hair on face or forearms
more noticeable A safe, speedy and
sure hair remover can be made by
mixing a little powdered delatone with
sufficient water to form a paste. Cov
er the hairv surface with this paste.
leao on for two minutes, wipe ot f,
wash tt.,. -km ind the hairs will he
0":.t- ..'H t t.tiiitat.
the-I.mnch "Interested .in 7iai where h had
now -. liPP
CUPID says, and
we back him ui-.
j that thf-re is no neel
j to delay longer. You
can now famish that
home at' half price
and do it handsomely
from the bankrupt
stock of the El Paso
Household Iftirnishing
Sale Conducted by
Rogers Furniture Co.
Yourself "
Ask for
Tie Feed Drink
Railroad News
Of the Southwest
The Herald will welcome contri
butions or corrections of any errors
"in this column. Sign name to all
communications, and it will not be
M. Cheek has a poerboa with the G. H. I
us operator. i
Osdr Darr, fireman on the T. A P., ;
is laving off.
Bert Potter, X. P. k. 8. W, atgiaeer, :
is laying off. !
1 iremaa) riarrteas. of the T. P. is on
the 31 regularly.
r. L. HiH has taken service with the
G. H. as operator.
W. H. Hopkins, switchman for the
G. H., is laving off.
Koy Porter, switchman for the S. P.
& S. W., is laying off.
J. W. Johncou, engineer for tike & JL,
has reported for dutv.
. W. Morton, switchman for the B. P.
& S. W., is laying off.
George IVjms, engineer for the 0. 3L,
has reported for duty.
J. f. Gould, fireman on the O. K, is
laying rff.ioi 0 days.
. S. Davis has entered the service
of the 6. H, as -operator. "
J. D. TbapiBjm, switchman lor the O.
H., has reported for duty.
Ed. Schwartz, engineer for the G. K,
is laying off for a few days.
J. H. Holman, engineer for the S.P.
h S. W is laving off sick.
D. . McLean, ensineer for the B. P.
& S. rV is laying off sick. f
Eanmett MeCabe has entered the sen-,
ice "of the G. H. as operator.
A. Marner, fireman on the E. P. k. &.'
W, is laying off for W days.
P. L. Smith, switchman for the X. P.
i, S. W, has reported for duty.
Hugh Shealds, engineer on the S. P.
it. S. W., is laying off for 90 days.
a W. Vance Fireman for the G. tt,
has resigned and left for California.
Fireman Arsnt of the T. A P.-has beet,
assigned to a regular passenger run.
Operator J. S. Graves has transferred
from Sanderson to the El Paso offios.
A. Joyce and A. S. Gill have entered
the service of the G. H. as operators.
Fireman Johnson of the T. & P. ha
been assigned to engine 382 regularly.
Sixty-five ears of stock came in over
the S. P. Monday and were unloadeu
here. R. Harris, foreman of the day coach
engine for the G. H has reported for
D. S. Evas,' helper On the day coach
engine for the G. H, has resorted tot
duty. 7. L. Mead, the G. H. Switchman wh
was injured a few -weeks ago, is iaw
proving. N
J. 0. Crow, fireman on the T. P., is
laying off. and fireman More ht filling
the vacancy.
John Reed, switchman for tho G. H.,
is laying off, aad H. Griffith is filling
the vacancy.
C. L. Inban, switchman for the G. H.,
is laying off. and B. C. Morgan is filling
the vacancy.
Granie Davis, switch engineer for the
E. P. S. W., is working days on the
7 oclock engine.
Bill Durham, the G. H. fireman who
Vflit $et. -g--
''v Fuel, Hay, Grain and Field Seeds.
Phones 35 and 36
Leon and Second Sts, El Paso, Texas
V- ""lli :1V'
"79 mm r
for aO Ajes Otters are Inftatioa
land costs more now, btrt the
terms are easy $16 cash, $10
a month. Phone Tobin 803.
was operated on a few days ago, is not
improving very fast.
W. A. Long, passenger fireman on the
T. & P., is laving off, and fireman Arter
bura Is filling the vacancy.
There are several of the boys at Hotel
Daeu who are not able to get arouna
and. would like to have friends visit
them occasionally.
Summer Mates at Linden Hote.
board $7.00 a week.
Phoenix, Ariz.. June 3. Within a few
days the opinion of the corporation
commission on the Bisbee water case
wHl be ready for delivery. It has been
written by chairman W. P. Geary and
is now Being checked. Complaint was
made that the rates of the Bisbee-Naco
Water company were excessive and
discriminatory, and the dplnlon will
order a general readjustment. It is an
nounced that the commission's opinion.
on the Tucson gas and electric rate
case will soon Be made public.
fray! My Tt
Msm vital SH4UASVJ1
K Longer Do Vobms Fear the Great
est of AM Human
It te a comfort to know that those much-mlked-of
nahat that are said to precede
child - bearing may
easily be avoided. No
woman need fear the
slightest discomfort if
she will fortify her
self with the well
known and time-honored
remedy, "Mock
er's Friend.
This is a penetrat
ing, external applica
tion that at once softens and makes pliant
the abdominal muscles and ligaments. They
naturally -expand without the slightest
strain, and thus not only banish all tenden
cy to nervous, twitching spells, but there ia
an entire freedom from nausea, discomfort
sleeplessness and dread that so often leave.
their impress upoa the babe.
The occasion is, therefore, one of un
bounded, joyful anticipation, and too much
stress cannot be laid upon the remarkable
Influence which a mother's happy, pre
natal disposition has upon the health and
fortunes of the reneratioa to come.
You will find it on sal at all drag stores
at $1.00 a bottle. Write m-dey to the Brad
field Regulator Oo 280 Lamar Bid?., At
lanta, Ga., for an instructive book.
There's No Better Feed For
Chickens Than
Ask Y(Hir Grocer For tt if He Dent
' Handle It Phone Us

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