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Beginning next week, Store closes on-Friday at 1 p. m.
Monday We Feature Linen Garments Linen Dresses Linen Suits Linen Coats Also Fine Crepe Dresses A Sale of Linen Dresses You Should Take Advantage of . Mntoj we offer a sale of linen and ratine dresses that every ii hum ii in EI Paso will be glad to avail herself of. There are many different style to select from. Some have veetee effect of tucked vofle; others with, fancy collar and cuffs; others with embroidery coat effect; othen button trimmed; and there are still others with Bulgarian embroidery. Among the ratine dresses there are many effective two color stvles that is skirt of one color and coat ef fect in another. See "the special Arcade display of then dreeefe, and do not fail to come Monday and take advantage of tbete re dactions. Linen and Ratine Dresses, Values to $'4.95, at $ 2.89 Linen and Ratine Dresses, values to $9.95 at $ 6.85 Linen and Ratine Dresses, values to $17.50, at $9.95 Linen and Ratine Dresses, values to $25.00, at $14.85 Linen and Ratine Dresses, values to $29.50, at $18.95 Sale of Linen and Ratine Suits At Greatly Reduced Prices Monday we offer greatly reduced prices on our entire stock of linen and ratine suits. This embraces Irish linens, Cossack, Russian, Bagdad and French crashes and other novelties, also Palm Beach cloth and agaric doth. The range of styles is unusually great, em-brc-ing the dovetail, cutaway, the smart hip length styles and the plain straight cut effects. Colors are white, natural, tan, brown, Copenhagen, navy, pink, light blue, lavender and rose. Reductions as fallow: $4.95 Linen Suits at $ 3.75 Linen arid Ratine Suits, values to $ 8.75 at $ 4.95 Linen and Ratine "Suits, values to $11.50, at $ 6.85 Linen and Ratine Suits, values to $1660, at $9.95 Linen and Ratine Suits, values to $25.00, at $14.85 All better grades et Hses. ratine sutes at proportionate ftO, i Three Specials in Linen Coats $2.25 Linen Dusters $1.45 Naiural color linen dusters, fasten high up on the neck, regular " &25 values; Special Monday and rf 1 A j- $3.95 Linen Coats $1.95 Coats of fancy herringbone linen, in tan and gray. Have betted back, ' jresto collar, large cuffs and patch pockets. Regular rf- Q- t3S values; Monday and Tuesday p A -? $6.75 Linen Coats $4.89 Coats of pure Irish linen eraeh, two styles, one with ragtan sleeve, the other with regular set in kind. Have belted back, presto eollar aad patch pockets. (AH sises.) Regular $.75 values; &AQQ Monday and Tuesday P0-' $35.00 Crepe Dresses $19.50 Every woman in El Paso should take advantage of this extraordinary offer. These are mostly white dresses several have'colored trimming. They are made of imported novelty crepes. One dress, made of a corded crepe, has a three flounce skirt and is trimmed with amber ratine. Another style, in white agaric crepe, has a Russian blouse coat effect and is trimmed with American Beauty ratine. Another coat effect, in white cobweb crepe, has arrow effect trimming of cerise. Special mention is made of dress with plain erepe skirt and coat effect in crossbar crepe. There are other dresses in polka dot and embroidered crepes aad other notetties. This will give you some idea of what ihese dresses are. The Arcade display will give you a much betier idea. Regular values are up to $35.00; on special sale Monday at $19.50 $2.75 Robespierre Blouses $1.95 Washable India silk blouses, white grounds with Pekjn, hairline and fancy stripes. Have roll (Robespierre collar, long or short sleeves and are trimmed with pearl buttons. Regala? tf-j QC price $fr.'S; Extra Special Monday only at ..... J A c0 We Are Ready to Supply You With Everything Needed in White Hose Anticipating a large demand for white hosiery, we placed un usually heavy orders and now have complete assortments in all grades. We mention White cotton hose, Summer weight, good quality; priced per pair, 25c White sift lisle aad plain lisle hose, Summer weight, superior quality; priced 35c per pair, 3 pair for $1.00. finest quality white silk lisle hose, gauze weight, whit double soles, heels and toes; priced, per pair, 50c White silk and silk boot hose; splendid value at, per pair, 50c MeCallum, K&yser, Cobweb, Phoenix and Fleur-de-Lfe white silk hose; priced, per pair, $1.00 and $1.50. MeCallum hand embroidered white silk hose; priced, pair, $2 JO. Announcement Weekly Half Holiday Beginning June 20th and continuing until fur ther notice, this store .will close each Friday at 1 p m t We ask customers to hear this in swd, aad do aH necessary shopping Thursday afternoon or Friday morning I $3.50 Parasols $1.95 All-silk novelty parasols, 8 and 10 rib and canopy shape, in plain and two-toned effects in all the newest colorings; neat Mission handles. Values in the lot up to $3-50; f QC Extra Special Monday .pl.VD $7.50 Parasols $2.45 Novelty parasols showing the latest ideas in dome tops, S and 10 ribs, Liberty Bell and tub shapes. They come in Nell rose, brae, red, pongee, greens, cerise, white and black, also in the latest striped, figured, Dresden and Bulgarian Q A C effects. Values up to $750; Extra Special Monday .rO (None on approval.) $10.00 Parasols $3.45" Beautiful novelty parasols in dome top Liberty Bell, S rib, palm, Tokat, 10 rib and tub shapes, in plain colors and fancies, such as plains, stripes, Dresden designs, Pekin stripes, Bulgar ian figures,' etc. Colors are cerise, red, pongee, white, black, greens, navy, rose, American Beauty, etc. Values O AC in the lot up to $10.00; Extra Special Monday. . P5 irO (None on approval.) "The Store of Service H 4 GRUGES RHISES AN IDIEITBHC FUND Committee Secures Pledges For $3000 nd as Much More Is Promised. Las Cruces. N. M, Jane 14. A com mittee soliciting subscriptions for an advertising' campaign on Friday, after seven hours' work, secured (3644 pledges. It is said $1008 more will be given by the Water Users association, and all will be spent under the direc tion of the Water Users association. who will cooperate with E. C. Blan chard, statistician for the United States reclamation service, and with the A. T. A S. F. railway, which has interest in the development of tire valley. y Want Read on West Side. A big delegation of some 20 or 25 prominent citisens of the West Side Improvement association came up to Las Cruces yesterday to take the Dona Ana county road board by storm. These enthusiastic road boosters are extreme ly anxious to have the Camino Real, the main state highway through Dona Ana county, run from Mesquite to Canutillo, Texas, by way of the west side valley, and the purpose of this delegation was to induce the county road board to further the interests of this plan. The delegation was headed by P. H. Bailey, president, and Joseph F. Bennett, sec retary, of the West Side Improvement association, and included such enthusi astic west side road boosters as N. J. Garrett, Capt- Van Gass, H. R. Hannuni, H. Harlan. B. J. Viljoen. J. Porcher Jr.. and a number of others. The meeting was held in the court house at Las Cruces. Cannot Change Read. Francis E. Lester, on behalf of the Dona Ana county road board, explained to the delegation that the decision reached by the state highway coirimis- -A Human Match Factoi The body contains phosphorus sufficient to make 483,000 matches. Phos phorus is one of fourteen elements composing the body divided among bones, flesh, nervous system and other organs. The perfect health of body requires a perfect balance of the elements. These elements come from the food we eat the stomach extracts and distributes them. But if stomach is deranged the balance of health is destroyed and the biood does not carry the proper elements to the different organs, and there is blood trouble nerve trouble heart trouble. Pain is the hungry cry of starved organs. Put the liver, stomach and organs of digestion aad nutri tion into a condition, of health. That is just what is done by DR. PIERCE'S CQLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY which has been so favorably known for over 40 years. It is now put up in tablet form, as well as liquid, and can be obtained of medicine dealers everywhere or by mail by sending 50 cents in lc stamps for trial bos address R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N.Y. THE COKMON SBNSB KEWGAL ADVISER is a book of 1008 sfPfn Home boasd ia cloth treats ttomv. MecHeifie and is a ea)et 31,IctaaHtoR.VJtercg,Bggato,N.Y. LClY GROCERY b 1 I COMPANY UAUERSKL ALL GTHBRJ PHONES 5053098. 204-206 E. OVERLAND ST. WE SELL GOOD MERCHANDISE FOR LITTLE MONEY Levy's Blend Coffee, lb .- 25c Levy's Special Tea, lb 35c bpeckled Beans, 24 lbs $1.00 ' Speckled Kidney Beans, 20 Jbs. $1.00 Large Prunes, 3 lbs 25c I Graiued Sugar, 20 lbs. ... $1.00 Broken Puce, 4 lbs 25c, sion locating the Camino Real from Las Cruces to the Texas state line by the most direct route, via Mesilla Park, Mesqnite, Berino and Anthony, was a matter beyond their control; that no opportunity had been given to other localities to "express their views to the board, and that without such hear ing it would be unfair to the inter ests of the county as a whole to urge a reversal of the state highway com j mission's action. He also pointed out ! the great need. In the discussion of the highway interests of Dona Ana county, of bearing in mind the interests of the county as a whole, and not of any one locality. ArsumeBts "Well Presented. The arguments for the Camino Real s being located on the west side were ably presented by Joseph F. Bennett, secretary of the West Side Improve ment association, and P. H. Bailey, its president. After a lengthy but very good natured discussion, resolutions were adopted by the meeting, asking that the state highway commission re consider its decision as to the route of the Camino Real in Dona Ana county south of Mesquite. and afford a hear ing to all interests concerned as to the location of the Camino Real. A copy of the resolutions was ordered orwarded at once to the state high ray commission at Santa Fe. Read Heard Visit El Pate. W. S. Gilliam, Francis E. Lester and Pearl H. Bailey, the members of the Dona Ana county road board, accom panied by the county road engineer, J. D. Meriwether, left Saturday morn ing for El Paso to spend the day with judge Eylar and the commissioner's court of El Paso county, in going turer the road building work in the vicinity of Fabens. The Dona Ana county road board is following the policy of con ferring as much as possible with th road builders of El Paso county, be lieving that by a policy of comparing notes, both organizations can benefit and achieve economy and effectiveness III tllC 1 U.M1 UUllUlUg MV t,vu vm. and shortly to be undertaken. i High Water Expected. Word has been received here that a flood is coming down the Rio Grande totaling 6500 cubic feet per second. This will be the largest flood of the season thus far. The Women's Improvement assocta ffon will give an "At Home" in the Elks' hall on Friday afternoon of next week, at 2:30. A large number of in vitations have been sent out. Gives Party to Yohhr People. Xr. and Mrs. George Frenger enter tained a number of young people at their home, near town, last night. The following were the guests: Misses Tessle Roualt. Blanche Cox. Marion Lemon. Catherine Lohman. Katie May Birdwell, Frances Sevens, Illene O'Keese, Eleanor Lyon, Anna Belle Lane, Dora Hawley, Elizabeth Quesen berry, Helen Hoagland, Laura Frenger. Messrs. Ntl Lane, Totter Lohman, Ed win Holt. Robert Sevens. Robert Rob erts, Jesse Isaacs, Fred and Joseph Quesenberry. Vivian Davis, Wilson Wade. Harrv McCamic. Raymond Fren ger. Mitchell Major, Mr and Mr H. If Hnprur, Thpodnre Lester, and Frank Fi nevr Iin nir in nrt out doorc r i- th" j.rriu' m- tit. TUt ,a w.ia iK ij.t-ii with Japanese lanterns. Dainty re freshments were served. The next meeting of the Sew and So club will be held at the home of Mrs. W. D. Morgan next Tuesday afternoon. S. B. Plingo hae a position with the Skinner A Foy company, at Central. N. M.. near Santa Rita. His family will remain here, where the children will have school advantages. Mrs. J. E. Doyle will entertain the Tueday bridge club, at her home, in North Las Cruces. T. H. Traylor. of El Paso.. was here on business yesterday. W. J. Kyle, manager of the Myers company, which purchased the Rouault business here, has purchased a new auto. Mrs. T. R. II. Smith, who has been visiting her mother in Cleburne. Tex., will arrive home Wednesday. R A. Lambers has moved from the Hosmer house, on Miranda avenue, to a house on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Winters, who lived in the north side of this house, moved Into south side, vacated by the Lambert family. Mr. Winters is proprietor of the Ideal nix, Ariz., on a business trip. William Johnston has gone to Phoe- niv. Ariz., on a business trip. The dance given in the. Blks hull, on Main street, this week was an enjoy able affair. Punch was served through out the evening and light refreshments were served. Te Hegln on Third Story. Joe Lowe, of Las Cruces. who has charge of the erection of the mechan ical engineering building at State Col lege, states that the work of pouring the third story of this fcittlding will begin the first of next week. The new Roualt building, on Main street, is almost ready for the roof. The Meyers company expects to be able to move into the room in the building adjoining the State bank some time next month. A valuable pin lost on. a Santa Fe train by Mrs. W. H. H. Llewellyn a few days ago was returned to her by the conductor. It was found on the train. Mrs. R. A. Lambers Is enjoying a vacation at a distant town. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. H. Llewellyn and son. Frank, and Frank Cllngo, jr., went to Selden last evening fo ra few days. Mrs. R. E. Rife has gone to Los An geles. Calif., to spend the summer. Mrs. R P. Porter and children ar rived home last evening from a three months' visit in St. Louis. Joseph Metinger & Son. of Las Cruces. have transferred some of their men to Chamberino, where they are erecting a three-room school building. Misses Iva Engleright and Edith Burke, of Miranda avenue, were guests at a lupcheon given by Mrs. Alice B. Fulghum at her home, in College Row, Mesilla Park. Mra Merriwether. who has been quite ill, is recovering slowly. RAILROAD PREPARES FOR RISE IN RIVER Berino, If. Ml, June 14. The Santa Fe railroad has had work trains haul Inp: rook to various points along the river for thr pa.t WfPk to prepare for aw . ipec i.mi i if in tnr river Th. 'lf-ilft fi. M- ire i, ( , ivintr th. ir ! i 'nd inlfelti -a. rut ar so lar aij- vanced, they need no water, and the owners will begin cutting Monday. The Sunday school is figuring on holding its picnic at the head of the Three Saints ditch about a mile below Mesquite. Mr. and 'Mrs. M. P. Gibson went to El Paso to meet Mr. Gibson's mother, Mrs. B. M. Gibson, and sister. Mrs. B. Webster, from San Antonio. Mrs. Gib son will go on to Alamogordo to visit her daughter. Mra Major, and theiv.will return here to spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Webster is visiting her brother here. J. C McNary, J. C. Rishaberger aad Ansel Gardner were business visitors to Anthony. Mr. and Mrs. H. A Reams and Mr. and Mra Badenoch from Mesilla Park, were visitors to Berino. Alfred Hunter has returned to Almr. gordo, after a month's stay here at the Mossman ranch and in Mexico. H. S. Links, from Phoenix. Aria, was a visitor in the district. Mrs. G. A. Z. Snyman has returned to Las Vegas, after a week's visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hubbell spent a few days in El Paso thir week. Earl Gibson has returned from a three months' visit with rulxilwa J friends in San Antonio and .Rio Frie, 1UI8. Mrs. & W. Howard will have as her guest next week. Mrs. Grace Overman, from El Paso. F. G. Belk. from Anthony, was here attending to business. Visitors to El Paso have been: Mrs. John Viljoen. Miss Hilda Creamer; Messrss. J. L. Thompson, Marne Sny- m and Vyron Gibson. OS-APLE WOMEN TO BUILD A CLUBHOUSE Os-Aple, N. M., June, H The next general meeting of the Aladdin club will be held at the home of Mrs. Hum boldt Casad. The plans for the club hall that were accepted at the last meeting consist of a hall for dancing wnn iwo committee rooms oir the ves tibules, a stage, dressing rooms and kitchenette. The building will be 45 by 85 feet with mission finish throughout. Mr. Bosworth, proprietor of the Valley Telephone company, sent the club secretary a check for $25 and the Portland Cement company, of El Paso, donated for the foundation. P. H. Bailey. Julius Percher and others were in Las Cruces attending the good roads meeting. Mra D. E. H. Manigault and daugh ter, Louise, of El Paso, visited Mrs. Mamgault's sister. Mra Julius Porcher. Mrs. Lee Hoskinson and children have gone to Cloudcroft for a part of the summer. Miss Elisabeth Farrell. who 'has been attending the Silver City normal, is visiting at P. H. Bailey's. Mrs. H. Turner was in El Paso shop ping Wednesday. Miss Ailenn Moore, of El Paso, is visiting the Misses Marguerite and Dorothy Bennett. She will remain for the tacky dance to be given for the Woman's club next Friday night. Julius Porcher was In town on bus iness Thursd. Mi-s Blanche T5aile Tho graduated .it th S'nli F. irlura 'I nmm.il s llci il this ii i, .;,, n.ll'i' tt - i.ui .u vsi'a K . i.-i. . Mis V. ii G1nrnanddMrVr Bioredo" froma two weeks' visit at Mesilla Park and Las Cruces. lawma. Mrs. Maude Mandril, of esllto Park, has been visiting her relatives the Casads and Bennetts. LA MBSA PARTY HAS AX La Me.aM.7unl4.ATOla?gl J& "camr. ttoT V Pattens. Those who left J!1 dames Hyland and 7;i. hT' Misses Ruth. Grace flX? gc land. Anita Mead a"-1 Ntty: Messrs. W. O. McNary. H. H. Hy land. Harlow Hyland and William Jac- NsirErna Reese will leave Snnay for Ventura. Cal. . , Eugene Viljoen has retur "f 14 months' absence, spent along the coast of California. M,V i. Miss Hazel Craemer, of Mesqnite. is visiting Mrs. T. H. White- . Mrs. Burt Turtle, of El Pa, was a visitor here this week; Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Williams made a bustaesa trip to El Paso. .-.- Mrs. Abba Linn was a Ijs Crnces visitor this week. W. F. Herron has a position In El Paso. Mrs. H. H. Huffman nd daaghters have gone to Philadelphia, to -visit Jirs. Huffman's mother. . A. P. Williams has bought nearly all of jthe first cutting of alfalfa around here. JOB HtTHTEES WEAR OH ME. BtFKLESOH PROMINENT EL PASO LAWYERGOMMENTS On Plant Juice Tells of the Result of the Use of It In Hi Home He Find It Hard to Ret Their Plead- teRK aad I Getting Haggard aad Worn ia HI New Petition. Washington. D. C, June 14. Post master general Bur'eson. of Texas, who was 50 years old on June 7. has begun to show signs of office cares and the continued worry and strain that goes with a cabinet job. Probably the hardest pressed man in administration circles is Mr. Burleson. More job hunters bear down on the poetoffice department day after day than on any other department of the government, probably more than on any other two departments. The new postmaster general is a fairly philo sophical personage, but at that he is beginning to look a lltle careworn and to lose that free and easy manner be bore when he was a mere congressman. Ever since March 4, Burleson has been beset by hordes of place seekers. Sen ators and congressmen have swarmed in on him dally by the score. Any time of day, one can go to the office of the postmaster general and find senators and bouse members by the score. Each man in congress, as a rule, has a can didate for two or three postmastershlps. Sometimes the candidates look worn and hungry, as if they had long been in quest of office and needed the job to pay for house rent and grocery bills. The postmaster general is so occupied with candidates that he has little time to devote to uollcies. An ordinary con gressman has oftentimes to sit around ' two hours waiting to get the ear of the postmaster general. The situation is made worse from the fact that every man in the house and senate, with few exceptions, knows Burleson personally. He finds it hard to resist the pleading of a Democratic member of congress with whom he has served for years and whom he know Mntimately. Moreover, Burleson has a soft place in his heart for the politician down at the crossroads who has fought and has never a-ot anvthinar more than ! kind words for his pains. The pressure for jobs on Burleson is no great that Republicans In congresx say the civil service system, so far a postmastershlps are concerned, will be badly flattened out before the end of this administration. . Mr. Geo. Bates, of Kt Paso, who was district attorney for four years ana who is one of the best known lawyers in the state, told the following: "This is my second bottle of Plant Juice. I am not using it for myself. I am getting it for my wife. She has not been well for years. We read some of the statements made by El Paso and other Texas people who had used the Plant Juice and it convinced us that it was all right. I got a bottle for her to try. It has done her a world of good. Plant Juice ias prove! to be just what it is recommended in her case." The Estes home is at 1217 Wyoming street. Mr. Estes has lived 11 years in El Paso and 22 years in this dis trict. When you try Plant Juice you wfil find immediate benefits from it. Bv benefits we mean that your appetite will improve: your food will digest bet ter; you will lose that feeling of de pression, of languor and timidity: you will feel brighter, feel more confidence in yourself: face your day's work more cheerily and see new happiness and brightness in life. If you have kidney trouble, derangement of stomach, liver or blood, your troubles will gradually vanish and you will feel new vigor, energy and life. Plant Juice is purely vegetable. It is mild and harmless yet powerful and rapid in its action. It will do you more good than anything you have ever taken. For sale at Kelly Pollard's. Advertisement. RIVKR IS RBCKDIXG RAPIDLY AFTER CREST PASSES FIGHTING- BUGS IS NOT AK EASY TASK Department Prefers to Let the Birds Da It Spreading PsImb Among the Big Beetles. Washington, D. C June 1J. Con gressmen throughout the southwest as well as in ether parts of the country are aroused over the grasshopper in vasion in eastern New Mexico. There have been swarms operating in Idaho. California and other places, but the situation in New Mexico is decidedly the worst. The agricultural department is at a loss to account for the sudden outbreak because this is the first time this par ticular grasshopper has even been a serious menace. "This is just one of the situations that may arise at any time." said one of the entomologists in discussing the matter. "We do not know as much as we would like about this particular grasshopper. But if we had been studying him in the past there would have been a lot of congressmen asking why in the mischief we were wasting time and money over that sort of dry-as-dust bivestigatlon. Now when the problem7 suddenly crops up with an economic bearing, congress Is equally urgent to know why we have not been wasting time and money on if The entomologists say that some ob scure thing probably has happened to upset the balance of power in the In sect world. The birds alone would attend to the grasshoppers if they had a chance, for all birds, especially hawks, feed on them. Even seagulls will come several hundred miles In land for a feast of grasshoppers as soon as the news spreads that there is enough water for the gulls to drink. But the Officials mr that moh n- breaks as the present are one of the results of killing off the birds, snakes and small animals that help to hold the msences in cneca. The hawks, for Imrtanra wtrt tha chief assistants of man in checking the field mouse Invasion of the Humboldt valley. Cal.. two years ago. This promises to be a good summer for insects of all sorts, owing to the killing of birds and the mildness of the past winter. One interesting ex periment is being tried by the depart ment of agriculture in spreading a con tagious disease among the big white grubs of the May beetle. It was found In Illinois last year that there was a fungus disease killing off these de structive grubs by the bushel much more effectually than man could do it. To Care Sort and Tender Veet Apply the wonderful, old reliable DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OHx 25c,.50c. $1.00. Advertisement. ALBUQVKR4UE WATER CO. IS SUED TO TEST RATES Tkree-Ket Wave Sweeps Alng RJ Grande at Xigfct. Leaving Only Trace Along Banks; Stream Still High, Albuquerque, N. M- June 14. The three-foot rise the local river observer had been warned to expect by the Den ver river officials, passed Albuquerque yesterday morning, but by C oclock in the morning the river had receded nearly a foot That the crest of the rise had been more than three feet high was evident along the banks, but the gage showed at 6 oclock that the stream -was only two and one-half feet higher than it was at the same time Wednesday morning. It continued to drop last night. No damage was caused by the wave. I WAS BMLY BLOATEI I CmM Kot fiet My Shoes m, My Feti ani Ltgs were so SwoBei. BnanftsKc-i V -W: mis - r - ' P m " ' Kg J Dropsy Is usually caused by organic dis ease. It may be the heart, or liver, or kidneys. Sometimes the langs. But there Is a form of dropsy that is earned by thin blood. T h e i serum of . the j blood e x d d t. d ;, jPnair Randall, into the tissue. .., j Mass. causing drops . It is a very seri ous condition sometimes, but there Is much more prospect of relief, since there is no organic disease behind it. The blood is thin for want of proper assimilation of food. The digestion may be poor. In these cases Peruna is a very exic'Icnt remedy Read what Mrs. Randall says: "I have been a sufferer from Blight's disease nearly six years: also chronic catarrh for a much longer time One doctor said there was no help for me. "Then I wrote the Peruna Medical Department. My body was badlv bloated and my feet were so swollen and sore I could not get my shoes on. Now the swelling is gone, and I can wear my shoes with comfort all the time. At the time I first wrote them, when I stepped on my feet it felt as if there were pins piercing the instep of them. I suffered excruciat ing Dain and ache in my back and limbs. Since taking Peruna and Mac alin I have been greatly benefjted. I shall not cease to recommend Pe runa whenever I have an opportunity. People who object to liquid medicines can now obtain Peruna Tablets. Advertisement. DON'T BB A SLAVE at small wages. With Syllabic Short hand we can prepare you for a good paying position in six or eight weeks day study, or four months night study. Our graduates most successful.. N"W holding line positions in El Paso. Sum mer rates. Cool rooms with fans. PA.SS crrr business college, k. g. stnem Prenr.. Morehouse Bldg., Cor. Oregon Texas Sts.. phone 5607 Advertisement. City Attorney Leivln Institute Aetleu en Befcnlf of Lank A. MeRne. For mer XanoKer f CnrpnraHnn. Albuquerque, N. M.. June 14 Suit was filed before justice of the peace George R Craig yesterday by city attorney John C. Lewis against the Albuquerque Water Supply company, with Louis A McRae as plaintiff, asking judgment for S3 and costs. This Is one of the suits being brought by Mr. Lewis In accordance with a reso lution passed by the citv council some time ago to test the legality of certain charges made by the waters-company, and is the fourth of these suits. The last action is for the purpose of deter mining the right of the water com pany to charge the graduated rates to all consumers, rather than the mini mum rate for the total amount of water used. Under the present rule of the water company, a charge of 36 cents is made for the first 00 gallons. 30 cents for the next 12.900, and so on up the scale. The contention of the city attorney is that the rate for the total amount should be charged and this is the ques tion involved in the case filed yesterday. Make the evening doubly en joyable. Call for her in a Loagwell's taxi. Dtmmk it at the theater with instructions to be on band when the show's over. Beats standing in a crowded car; beats riding in a smelly "hack. Just call Phone No. 1 and we'll be on hand. 'Iaxkabc, IJmousines and. seven passenger cars. LongweM Transfer Co. Phone 1. Day or Night 'Will Relieve Servnan Depression and ' lrfw SpirltM The Old Standard general strengthening tonic. GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, arouses the liver, drives out Ma laria and builds up the system. A sure Appetizer and aid to digestion. 50c Vdvertist ment. rHOL 1 FOR Ill OR VX.TO.-Aa- i I i in it Suits Cut Now to $12.75, $16.75, $21.75 AT THE $15 CLOTHES SHOP 10T San ntonIe Street. H VRRIS KRl PP. Prep.