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8 Wednesday, July 16, 1913 :caiishbs: CAXISHERS : :CAMSHERS: tcalisiieks All Former Values and Bargain Giving Surpassed in This Gigantic Half Year Clearing Sale! Evea die oppressive heat of the past few days could not keep the thrifty, economy loving buyers away for "Bargains" of the character we are offering are worthy your coining for under any conditions. Fisk Models For Fall ready for your inspection in all their pristine loveliness of color Mending and clever design ing authentic, stunning fashions that will both delight and en hance for It seems as if all na ture combined to gratify "Mi lady's" liking for the beautiful in these hats. "Come in and See Them. $2,45 Let Us Show You These Wonder ful Values in Trimmed Hats at . . The mere announcement "Hats that were made to be sold at $7.50 to $12.00 at $2.46" does not convey one quarter the real meaning of this very unusual offering X"wouId be much better more to your interest and liking, to come in and see for yourself, just what beautiful hats are here at such a little price. We might expa tiate on their loveliness for an hour but that is not the point we want you to see n.- iii. . tVm-'. tmnL phme.c nerhans 4 dozen exouiaite summer models not one but would be a "bargain" at two and three times the do A j- $1.00 and $1.95 price only ; $i "- values to "surorise you" Many Other Pretty Hats in this big are also snown "Clearing Sale" at Dainty Dresses f f( worth to 2.50 tfl One of those exceptional values you have heard others apeak of so don't delay but come Thursday, while be choice to good they're made of pretty batistes and otter summery fabrics, with dainty lace trim mings, in just the colors you like made to fit cool and pleasing to look at and a splen- rf "I ff -did choice, at only .Pretty Bungalow Aprons with cap to match CQ at only p& aprons made in the much wanted "cover alt" style, a pretty percales, daintily trimmed in light or dark eoloriags regularly priced at 76c CQ boiee, at .............. Handsome Tailored Skirts, worth 2.00 regularly, J Jg An excellent value in dark and medium diagonals, made in pretty, new styles, neat ly trimmed all sizes, and (J 1 only (pl.lO Beautiful Pique Skirts, worth 2.25, at -I JO only ImrrO Splendidly tailored models, in wide or nar row welts be&Htifully made and trimmed with large pearl buttons all d A Q sites, and only P A aTcO 5, regu- 1.95 Natural Linen Skirts, regu larly worth 2.50 at A beautifully made, plain gored model, with large pearl buttons and fancy button boles to foot rti QP onlv' tj) A slO New Balkan and White Crepes J A new shipment of these beautiful, gaily colored and dainty erepe- ft seertWC&ciB wrc jubv Mtirru nuu c tijut7u. at, Fancy Balkan Designs, the yard .... 25c Solid White Crepe, the yard . 15c There is nothing prettier daintier for summer wear and the peculiar weave of the material requires no ironing. (First Floor.) All Lingerie Dresses Regu ularly Priced at 15.00 or More, at 25 Per Cent Off! New Balkan Blouses 89c beautifully made, of fine grade Galatea cloth, with pretty blue trimmings wide girdle band a style and quality usually priced at $1.25 Of only OUC Toilet Articles At Clearing Prices Rikers Rice Powder 12c 15c size, all tints. fergens C aside Soap 18c 25c bars "It Floats." Bradleys Bath Sails 35c Regularly priced at 5c P'mauds Hair Tome 76c Regularly priced at 11.84. Pompeian Massage Cream. .38c Regularly priced at 50c Rickseckers Tar Soap .... 17c Regularly priced at 25c Rikers, Rickseckers, 471 1 Toilet Waters and Lotion Vegetal. 38c Regularly priced at 50c Newbros Herpiciie 73c Regularly priced at $1.00. Ponds Extract 73c Regularly priced at $1.00. Mentha Mexico 35c Regularly priced at 50c Violet Cerate Cream . . .'. ,35c Regularly priced at 50c Idalia Tooth Powder 15c Regularly priced at 25c Freckle Eater Soap 19c Regularly priced at 26c Mennens Talcum Powder .- . 15c 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 published. Small Wares at Big Savings Pearl Buttons. 3 cards 10c Hoolp and Eyes, the card 2c "Sun" Hook and eyes, 3 cards 10c 5c Snap Fasteners, 3 cards. . . . 10c 5c Safety Pins, 3 cards 10c 5c Collar Buttons, 3 cards. . . . 10c White or black Elastic, length .3c 5c white, fax- Braid, 3 for 10c 15c Kid Hair Curlers, pek- . . . 10c Coats DoratRg Cotton, 3 for. . .5c 1-4 lb. Dressmakers Pins, box. ,9c 25c Silk Shoe feces, pair 17c Little Beauts Invisible Hair pas 2 pkgs. for 5c Mercerized Corset Laces, 5 yds. long each 7 c 10c box cube Pins 5c Dress Materials & Linens at Great Reductions Solid and Novelty Wool Dress goods, regularly worth 75c, at 42c . Fancy or plain shades in Wool Dress Goods, Worth to $1.00, at .59c Beautiful Wool Dress Goods, in plain or fancy worth $1.50, at . 95c 50c China Silks, 27 m. wide 39c 75c Taffeta Silks, all shades 59c $125 French Messaline, 36 in 89c $2.00 Charmeuse, while, colors $1.15 75c while Irish Limn, yard .59c 25c White FUtxons, 36 in. wide 19c 50c Mercerized Suitings, 27 in. wide. . . . . 1 . . . .33c 65c Natural Linen Stg., 44 m. widel TL:....45c 85c White Butchers Linen. 45 m. wide 69c $1.00 Bl. Linen Damask, 72 in. wide 79c $125 all Linen Damask, 72 in. wide 95c $2.50 Bl. Linen Napkins, the dozen $1.95 $1.50 Linen Huck Guest Towels, dozen $120 50c extra size Bath Towels, 3 for $1.00 Children's Fancy Socks Worth to 25c pair signs and colors, pair (First Floor) . . in fancv de- .... 10c Silk Wash Rib bons Worth 5c the bolt, in pink. Q or blue, the bolt 5 C (First Floor.) Lace Marquisette Scrim 36 in. wide, plain or bor- f p" dered, worth 35c yd. at IOC (Basement Balcony.) "Saliahers APPEALS FOR I FOR UNIVERSITY .W. H. Burges Asks El Pa soans to Vote to Per mit Bond Issue. university, the A. & M. college, four ir a normal schools and the College of In- hundred & M. had only 26 farmers' sons. One jnH thlrfv-twk atnti&ntK whn dustrial Arts for girls, as well as the ! went through the" year 1912-13. paid some lor tne dear and dumb and the their own way: earned their way every .re tu ue ireil- 3t is up to the people of the state of Texas to vote for the constitutional amendment Saturday in order that the youth of this state may be provided with educational facilities." This was the statement of W. H. Burgee, regent of the state university, -who made a short address during the 10-minute in termission of the band concert at Cleveland square Tuesday night. "There is no question of partisan pol itics in this, either locally or in the state. On Saturday the voters of the state are going to Vote on the proposi tion authorizing the issuance of bonds for the improvement of the state insti tutions of higher learning. The state Cockroaches Rats and Mice Kbthing is mere disagreeable than a home infested with vermin. Destroy them -with Stearns' Electric Bat and Roach Paste, the standard exterminator for thirty-five years. It kills off rats, mice and cockroaches in a single night. Does not blow away like powders; ready for use; nothidg to mix. Trie only exterminator sold under an absolute guarantee of money back if it fails. Sold by druggiste, 26c and $1.00 or sent direct, charges prepaid, on receipt of price. Steam' Elacbic Parte Co., Chicago, IN. state insane asylums. nted thereby. "Of the higher Institutions of learn ing, all are back of the movement ex cept the A. & M. college . It should be evident to any man of sound sense that it is to his interest to vote for the amendment, aside from any duty he may owe the state. "The University of Texas .has an en dowment of land, but no money. The land cannot be sold at this time at a profit. It is now leased and brings In about $150,000 a year. If the amend ment is voted, this money can be taken nd will pay interest on $2,500,000 in bonds and leave enough in the sinking fund to retire the bonds. The state University of Texas needs it as badly as any institution in the world. BnHdiBKs Are Fire Traps. "On the campus at the university there is one fireproof building. It is the library. The main building is a fire trap. The main hall is three flights up wooden steps. That is the place in which 2000 of the finest young men and women of the state congre gate. . The girls' building is not fire proof. The boys' building is a dis grace. It was a free gift to the uni versity and is of frame. Its best ser vice now would be its destruction. "On the campus the regents erected five frame buildings 90 by 150 feet, one story high, of rough box lumber. We could not even use finished lumber be cause -we did not have sufficient funds. There were 600 young people there de manding their rights to that year ot education. If we sent them away, they could not come back another year. We had to make provision for them.. We took 320,000 and built these five frame buildings. There is scarcely a house in this town that is not better than those. The Blsr laercnse. "When I walked out of that institu tion 24 years ago. we had 700 students. There are now 2600 there, and when school reopens in September it is ex pected that there will be 3000 there to receive an education. It is up to you Saturday to see that they get it. It is up to you to say whether these peopl" shall have human habitations at a oosr which will be less to you than one sack of popcorn each. "It is your duty to vote for the amend ment. It is up to you women to see that your husbands and brothers vote for it. It is a coeducational institu tion and the .women of the state should take interest in it. "Charges have been made at the A. 4b M. college that the university is a rich man's school. Last fall we had 163 students, sons of farmers, while the day they attended school.. Working Their Way. "One man who graduated from the law school with honors, milked 33 cows every day before he went to the law de partment to pursue his studies. Tb re was one girl who earned a bachelor of arts degree while she worked as a housemaid in the home of the Episcopal bishop in Austin. Anyone who wants an education that bad ought to have it and it is up to you to see that they get It. "Education cannot make men equal, but it gives them all an equal chance. That young woman I spoke of married one of the richest young men In the state of Texas. He was a student at the university when I was. We are not running a matrimonial bureau, but it doesn't hurt a girl to go through the university. Setae Cempartaen. "The University of Illinois has $6.00. 00 Invented in buildings and equip ment. California $11,000,000, Michigan $8,000,000, Wisconsin $7,000,000, and Texas, greater than any of them, has only $1,500,000- It is in your power to help wipe out that disgrace next Sat urday. The normal schools, as well as the A. A JC college and the university, will be benefited. "This does not add to your taxes, but it will produce a benefit, because It will provide buildings. Your own School of Mines is dependent upon the passage of this amendment your School of Mines, here in Bl Paso, in which you are interested. The regents have promised that school, but they cannot provide it If they have not the funds It Is up to you to protect your own interests. Go to the -polls Satur day and do your duty by your city, by your state, by your public institutions of learning." MARFA IS IN NEED OF A SOAKING EAIN BASEBALL GOODS Golf goods, Tennis goods in fact Sporting Goods of every kind. See our stock before you buy.' Shelton-Payne Arms Co. BIG ACREAGE OF LAND FORFEITED Austin, Tex.. July 16. Announcement is made by land, commissioner J. T. Robison. in a communication to the governor, or the forfeiture of 1.795.474 acres of land on which Interest had not been paid to November 1. 1912. This vast acreage embraces 2989 separate tracts and the amount or unpaid in terest due to the scnool fund through such non-payment amounts to $270, 860.18. The acreage by counties in cludes the following: Brewster, 147, 020; Culberson. 125,382; El Paso, 233, 166. Jeff Davs, 38.895.07; Loving. 108. 815: Midland, 21,520; Pecos, 181.937- Pre sidio. 49,522; Reeves. 103.165; Terrell, 52.277; Ward. 19.089: Winkler. 125,221. The land commissioner believes that some of this land which is declared forfeited will be reinstated by the pay ment of back interest which the owner has the right to do under the general statute if he does not apply for re appraisement under senate bill 129. Each owner has 30 days from date of forfeiture to advise the land commis sioner he desires to repurchase. .! TO ron I1IHJ-- j-vertisement. MJONE 1. Ad- Seme Water la Irrigation Project, But Crop SafferlBg Social Affairs la Marfa. Marfa, Texas. July 16. The heat this week has been intense and vegetation is beginning to show the serious re sults. A heay rain is oadly needed. A slight shower yesterday cooled the air considerably. The water in the San Estaben dam is higher now than it has ever been and irrigation is under way, although many of the farmers became discour aged and left before the early summer. Several Marfa people went to Sabl nal to attend the Dry Farmers con ention, now being held there. Miss Gussie Bean is in Sanderson visiting. Miss E. Campbell has returned, after spending a short vacation in the east. Mrs. J. P. Shields entertained the 42 club on Friday evening. Four ta bles were played and a mo3t enjoya ble evening was spent A most deli clous luncheon of three courses was served. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Sndcr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitch ell. Mr. and Mrs. B. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pruitt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Robinson. Mrs. C. L. Shields and Miss Gussie Black. The cemetery association is to hold a cake sale for the purpose of raising funds for new gates. J. H. Livingston sends greetings to friends here from Seattle, Wash. Mrs. J. A Couch and Mrs. J. Musser are visiting Mra L. W. Roberts. Mrs. L. Davis, of Waco, is here visit ing friends. Mrs. L. W. Roberts gave a most en joyable "at home" on Wednesday, in honor of the visiting women in Marfa. She was assisted in receiving and en tertaining by Mesdames Couch. Musser, Hickcrson. Davis, Bailey, McCracken, & Davis. Wilson, Cooper , Mitchell. Cartwright and Alexander. The house was beautifully decorated in cut flow ers and plants. Mrs. M. Nations, mother of Mrs. R. K. Smith, is quite ill at her daughter's home. Carrol Farmer, of El Paso, was In Marfa a few days looking to the re pairing and improvement of his prop erty here. Miss E. Gardner, of Dallas, is spend ing a few weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Chas. Bailey. J. B. Kendleon. Santa Fe switchman, has reported for duty. H. D. Guerry. S. P. extra conductor, has reported for duty. Charlie Witherspoon, T. ft P. engin eer, has reported for duty. D. S. Evans, G. H. switchman at El Paso, is laying off for a few days. A. B. Snyder. G. H. switchman, is laying off on account of sickness. Switchman Bodlker, of the G. H. at Valentine, is laying off for a few days. H. M. McMIchael. G. H. regular switchman at El Paso, has reported for duty. J. W. Gerald. G-. H. switchman at El Paso, Is laying off on account of sickness. O. C. Tarklngton, G. H. switchman at El Paso, is laying oft on account of sickness. J. C Green. G. H. engineer, worked in the yards yesterdax. on the union depot coach engine. G. H. yard engine 191 is now in the back shops, where it is being over hauled and painted. T. & P. freight engine 380 is tied up in the roundhouse at El Paso, where it is being repaired. F. Rempe, of the E. P. ft S. W., has takfen a 30 days' layoff, and has gone to the Californian coast. All of the extra enginemen of the eastern division of the E. P. S. W. are working very regularly. Yard master Joe Sneiles. at Valentine, has taken a 30 days' leave of absence and has gone to Galveston. H. C. Savelle, T. P. extra freight conductor, is making a few trips in regular conductor Griffith's place. L. L. Moore, S. P. fireman, dead headed to Tucson last night on ' where he will protect the extra board. TAP. engine 368 is now in through freight service out of El Paso. It was recently transferred from Fort Worth. J Arthur, G. H. boiler expert of Alpine. Texas, is in the city for a few days, attending to some company busi ness. TAP. passenger engine 326 has been placed In the shops at El Po, where It will be given a general over hauling. Bob Cook. T. A P. brakeman. has reported for duty. P1nS1F:: Gunn, who goes back on the El Paso extra list. J. H. Alsop. T. A P. freight brake man, is laying off for a few trips and extra brakeman L. L.' Parker is filling the vacancy. R. B. May, Santa. Fe engine foreman at El Paso, is laying off for a few .!-,., n.i .viirhmm W. Stewart is filling the vacancy. W. B. Hamlin,' G. H. switchman at El Paso, is working for a few nights on the coach engine with engine fore man J. J. Trainor. J H. Shaw. T. A P. brakeman. has reported for dut displacing brakeman L. L. Parker, who was placed on the EI Paso extra board. Milliard Holmes. G. H. fireman of Del Rio. arrived in thft city last night on No, 7. He will visit friends in the city for a few days. R. Hepworth, E. P. A S. W. eastern division fireman. Is laying off for a few trips and extra fireman Plgler is filling his vacancy. I. M. Arterburn. T. A P. fireman. Is firing the switch engine in regular fireman Hatchmaker's place, who 1 laying off for a few days. J. A Farmer, G. H. engineer, is back on the El Paso extra board, after hav ing made a road trip In engineer H. F. Gaul's tuia. on engine 761. G. H. yard engine 65 will be out ot the shops In a few days, after a gen eral overhauling. It will be assigned to the El Paso yard service. The Bowie helper engine is up for bids from all engineers of the Tucson division. This run was recently va cated by engineer C H. Simmonds. C. W. Dixon and A F. Clements are on the E. P. A S. W. emergency brake men's board at El Paso. If needed they will be used on the eastern division. G. H. yard engine 77, which was re cently transferred to El Paso fronj Sanderson, has been placed In the shops, where it will be overhauled. M. D. Gandy. S. P. engineer, is back on the El Paso extra list, after hav ing made a road trip on engine 2798, in regular engineer S. H. Rogers' turn. T. A P. freight engine 3S6 is out of the El Paso shops, after a general overhauling, and has been assigned to regular freight service out of El Paso. T. A P. passenger engine 312 is out of the El Paso back shops .after a gen eral overhauling. It has been assigned to regular passenger service out of El Paso. Al Teas, E. P. A S. W. engineer of the eastern division, is laying off for a few trips and extra engineer Tom Pat ton is filling the vacancy on engine 174. J. W. Johnson. G. H. extra engineer. Is running engine 954 for a trip in regular engineer F. D. Hadlock's turn. Extra fireman L. J. Tager is firing for him. Bd Schwartz, G. H. engineer, has bumped onto the day switch engine at Valentine, displacing engineer A. Eaton, who will take the Sanderson extra board. Albert Murray. X. P. A S. W. yard clerk, has returned irom Austin, Texas, where he was encamped with the state militia. He will report for duty Saturday. & P. engine 1727 is out of the back shops and is back in service. It has been thoroughly repaired and painted and was assigned to passenger service out of El Paso. Superintendent E. M. Leamaster, of the El Paso branch of the Pullman company, is taking a vacation. He left yesterday for Los Angeles, where he will visit the beaches. G. H. freight engine 83S will be out of the El Paso back shops in a few days, after being generally overhauled and painted. It will be assigned to through freight service out of EI Paso. Superintendent E. B. Smith, of the T. A P., at El Paso, is expected to return within a week from a vacation at New York. Dan Darough is acting as superintendent of terminals in his place. K P. A S. W. engine 163 is now out of the El Paso back shop after a gen eral overhauling. It will be assigned to a regular freight run between El Paso and Carrtaoxo. after it has been "broken in." Don't Forget When Needing Window Glass CALL UP 206. We set glass Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in the outlying additions. Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. PHONE 206 210-212 N. STANTON Tf ... .3 11a1m -.k. r-naT IV " -.-J t -aC-. I OWUWU HViaifHIU, Bate HHWU1WU1 T.hK(ls.aidew,s.Wf",rSSiV-!,USr the El Paso unionenot. has taken a of the death of the infant son born to Mr. and Mra J. W. Pool on the sixth. In San Antonio. Messrs. Geo. Shannon and Gerald Young paid Valentine a hurried visit this week. G. C. Robinson and little girls are visiting in Sabinal. PRINCK ARTHUR OF COXN'AUGHT TO WKD l'RIXCKSS ALBXAXDRIA London, England, July 16. The be trothal is announced of prince Arthur, of Connaught. and princess Alexandria, duchess of Fife. The British press welcomes the be- most auspicious event The duchess i one of the wealthiest j east' on his enBlne 16i. n his turn. womm in Ungland, owEingf about 250 OOu acrts. . two weeks' leave of absence. He left yesterday. In company with his father and brother, on a fishing trip in the vicinity of Denting. W. J. Crawford has taken a position with the G. H. A S. A. at El Paso as switchman. He was borrowed by the train service for a short while and is being used as brakeman on the San derson and Valentine division. Charlie Gillespie. E. P. A S. W. en gineer of the eastern division, la lay ing off for a few trips, and extra en gineer C. L. Adams will be borrowed from the western division and used The through freight run be'ween Gila and Yuma is up for bids fro-n all Tell These People What You Want They Will Respond Promptly Bell 608 & 6. DR,UGGIS TS A. E. RYAH & CO. OPES ALS MIGHT. 212 SAB AXT0BK) ST. AUTOS FOR HIRE Bates $3.00 per Hour HACK A AUTO STAND Opposite Hotel Pase Set Norte aa Th fk1 tal t J&tfl 1818 Call ODOM'S TRANSFER Ta kaml your baggage or move you. Storage aa packing ay careful mtm BELL 1054. NOTICE Phones 509-510 ALL GOOD 7 PASSEKGES AUTOS FOR HEBE Best Service Polite Attention S3 PER HOUR Call HERMAN STORAGffi MOVING- & PACKING CO. To haul your baggage or move vour furniture. Best storage and packing house in the city- 615 12 N- Campbell St. Phone 2538. iMDDERNEMiSHl 111 DICTIONARY CERTIFICATE f H 1 EL PASO HERALD, JULY 16, 1913 j B! Show your ea doraement of thk great educational opportunity byenWmgsat the above Certificate of Appreciation with five other of coBsecatire date, and preaeBtins them at this office, with the expense bomM amount herein set oopotiteaay style of Dictionary selected (which covers the items of the cost of packing, express from the factory, checking, clerk hire and other necestury EXPENSE Hems) . and yott will be presented with yoor choice of these three hecks: $S33S$fr$Sfr'3frQ3'6&600S$$3$6c$fryJ; The $4.06 (Like illustrations in the announcements from day to day.) T t. .i ? i :: i i ij' ! i-cr j is m uhls enurciy mew compiiarmn uj use www s MOfcil EwffisJl greatest authorities from leading universities; is bound in J rMCTIONARYfuIl Limp Leather, flexible, stamped in gold on back and niastrateel sides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and corners rounded; beautiful, strong, durable. Besides the general contents, there are maps and ever 600 subjects beautifully illustrated by three- Ijj ? color plates, numerous subjects by monotones, 16 pages of iBonssof IY A.Zrml -hirfc an.1 th latter I initMl StatM t Yn;n5 JTMCTt A"t T Z ,f thU nfRrr SIX Caaseeative Certificate al Aaaretianoa aaa tae 7CrC 13 The $3.66 New It is exactly the same as the .00 book, ex- 7 IWMfl ElgwSJs bmdine which is in mcnONARY ". e"er .- Illustrated J" ol,TJ If3"" edves and IRajuuaF IT with Mraare coiners. Sir Ap- ' q-4 7 grecsatian Certificate aaa the OJA Expense Bowk of 48c Any Book by Mao. 21c Extra for Pwtace. &friM44 6sieQ ota9 oa 6ii a eeae'S Tfee $2.66 Is in pfaua doth bind New mi. stamied m sold aa j w... - i-t. and Mier has same mMhR ttgftal! piper, same Omstxa. DICTIONARY etthe col muctrateel ored plates and charts are omitted. Sir Ap predatfea Certificate and the PRWGLE & CRAWFORD (ASSAYERS S CHEMISTS Senerai Contractors and BufMers mdpnient Assay orim Shep SIS San Antonio St. Phone 484. Crawford, Pnone 312. rrisa-le, Fhne IsWS. Work up and down the valley at El Paso competition. Satisfaction guaran teed. Loans arranged for. . H. MOHR Cut Rate Hardware, Paint and Glass a South Bl Pm Street ft I SsP I ESTAaUSMKB IS. D. W. Bacxaaaa. BJL. Ti iiailrtaf. AffitfvOrt ajstaaafs A W4 ttassfaaf AaaMafc. fSi faawsssa mm4 taaaffirflfaaa. Jsail Wf """ . o. b ac. Offloe na'TihTa.iihi ji firemen of the Tucson division. It was recently vacated by fireman P. B. Watkins. who will be assigned to a freight run between Tucson and Ixrds burg. S. P. train No. 244 arrived this morn ing at about oclock, with the follow ing consignments: 32 loads to the 3- rL, including two leers, four icers for, the T. & P., three leers lor me aora Island and one leer for local merchants. The Tucson helper engine is up for j bids from all engineers on tne xucson division, and the oldest enginear. In the point of seniority, making a writ ten anolication. will be assigned. This run was recently vacated by engineer L T. Davenport, who was assigned to tne extra passenger work, out of Tucson. W. King. S. P. fireman, who was recently deadheaded into El Paao from Tucson, was used yesterday as mes senger on eglnes 3222 and 322S. He will take them as far aa Los Angeles, where another fireman will relieve him and take them to Portland. Oregon, where they will be used in passenger service on the Oregon Short line. JOHNSON ASSAY CO. Agents for Ore Shippers Aasayers, Chemists. Bullion Assay - era. Buyers of nigh grade Ores and Bullion. BOX Sf.- rnHB 3846. CANDY SPECIAL Our DeEeious TURKISH PASTE 20c LB. WEDNESDAY ONLY AT BOTH STORES "Follow the Crows" &&es rrffr& CONFECTIONERY. CO. Mesa Ave and Texas St. Custom Assay Office CRTTCHSTT & FERGUSON Aasayers Chemists Metallurgists AGENTS FOR OSE SHIPPEXS 210 San Francisco St. Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334 INTERNATIONAL ffl Gives vour Boy a start. Phone 1 147. J. P. Muffin. Fm, DAT AM jtf&jiMAm We uac the "Dletuphone." DRAIGHON'S BISINESS COLLEGE K. F. Davis, yaBBsrer. Phone itS4- Herald Want Ads Bring Results Try One and Be Convinced.