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Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1914 OICO SUITS PUT Tl DEATH Nine Captured Near Chihua hua, Are Reported Exe cuted by Villa Men. Nine colorados" sent by Orozco to E--ut near Chihuahua city, were cap tured bv Constitutionalist troops last TkI. and wre summarily executed In Chihuahua Saturday, according to ad Tcrs received Wednesday. Informa T on had been received that Oroxco -TCtis attempting to enlist men In Chi-fc-ahua territory. Says 24 Were Executed. The old "rolorado" element is rap !jT being- dispersed in Chihaahaa, ac crdiner to an American who arrived he"- Wednesday. From nearby points 2vl m the citv proper, 24 were rounded r- last week and all. it Is claimed, were executed TnU number included the fc nd of nine that was captured. It is r -ported in Chihuahua that Orozco Is e 11 on the Mexican side, though near t(ie American line. T p to Tuesday, Villa had made no oe to go either to Mexico City or Torrenn, where he is to meet Obregon 2-d accompany him to Durango. SONOBA CAPITAL FEARS ANARCHY Private advices from Hermosillo rc-p-t conditions in Sonora as bordering en annchv Business at the capital, it is said, is practically at a standstill. fordmc to the Hermoeillo advices the Yaom Indians have "withdrawn from fie i lclmty of Cananea. fearin? to risk ?n aUnofc on the fortified positions. It is known that the commander. Gen. P ilamin Gil. has 4SS men and four mafhino suns The Taquls were said tf minber about IBM. A close espionage is being uiain ta'r.ed by governor Xaytorena on all co-nmunic.itions from the state, accord-It-r- to the report from Hermosillo. Mail Is bpirR opened and telegrams are be . 2 tampered with, it is claimed. FORMER FEDERALS SIEZE 10,000 PESOS Carranza funds to the amount of 10. 009 -pesos "were seized Tuesday at Tia--iu i ia. Lrtywer California, according: to Lf -i ce received by consul Muzquiz. Ihe st izure, it is charged, is a breach of tmst on the part of old federal ol- fit '15 Tl e money was sent some days ago to T ajuana by consul Muzquiz on orders fT a Mexico City. J was consigned to the collector of c-is ms and arrived there Toesday. The co- iiander of the garrison, CoL Teno t obtained, information of the ship mrt and made a demand upon the as turns collector for the money. See i that resistance was useless, as CoL Tr orio had all of the garrison behind t t the collector gave up the money. CABRAL FAILS TO GET TO THE BORDER G'71 Juan Cabral. who was recently ted as leaving Mexico City for ! S.-iIes, Son. on a peace mission, has r- Mr failed to make his appearance at 1' e border Constitutionalists here uo rr credit the report from Douglas that O. " i tbreon is to come to Sonora, but 1 c i t that he will carry out his an nounced plan of meeting Villa at Tor re' n in a few days for the purpose of r.rt,.mpanying the northern leader to Ivnnso, there to mediate the Arrieta rerlt Tempt the appetite, please the taste and nourish the body. Crisp, clean and fresh. 5 eents. EaroQefBiscoil Round, thin, tender with a delightful flavor appropriate for lunch eon, tea and dinner, xo cents. Craham Crackers Made of the finest ingredients. Baked to perfection. The national strength food, io cents. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that Name. Uneeda Biscuit U, S, TROOPS Hi Preparing to Leave as Soon as Transports Can Take Them from Veracruz. Washington. D. C, Sept IS. Orders specifying the date of removal of Amer ican soldiers from Veracruz were not issued today. News came from Mexico City of the great rejoicing caused in cident to the celebration of the anni versary of Mexican independence by the order of the United States to re move the American troops. The trans port Buford reached Galveston today, and it is presumed that it will be dis patched at once to Veracruz to trans port back to that port a part of the American amy of occupation. It will require several days for the American officers to turn over to the Mexican of ficials all affairs of the port of Vera cruz, but this can probably be accom plished by the time transports can reach that port. The following statement was given out at the white house this afternoon: "The United States troops nave een ordered withdrawn from Veracruz. This action is taken In view of the entire removal of the circumstances which were thought to justify the occupation. The further presence of the troops is deemed unnecessary." , Will Likely Withdraw Fleet -Alno. While no mention was made of the fleet it is understood in official circles that with the withdrawal of the troops most of the warships in Mexican waters will be ordered home. The order came suddenly and unex pectedly and evidently expresses the beli'f of the administration that 1 stable government has been estab lished In Mexico by Carranza. Cabinet Makes Declnlon. , The announcement followed a dis cussion of the situation at todays cab inet meeting, and came as a direct re sult of favorable advices from Paul Fuller, president Wilson's personal rep resentative, who is returning from an investigating trip to Mexico. Obregon Suggest Petitions. That Carranza indirectly suggested to his chief commanders to petition that the American government be urged to withdraw Its troops from Veracruz, is indicated by corresDond- ence between Gen. Obregon, Carranza's mainstay, and Pancho Villa. Obergon's message to Villa follows: "Mexico. Sept 9. 1914. "General of Division. Francisco Villa. Chihuahua: "With satisfaction. I communicate to you that everything is proceeding well. ' I have had opportunity to talk with the majority or the revolutionists who have come to this capital and al hold the same or similar ideas. It Is cer tain that in nothing will they differ from ours. The sole fact which in these moments wounds our patriotic dignity is that the American forces re main in Veracruz. "with the disappearance of the so- called government of Hnerta and with the dissolution of tne rederai army, tne disarming of which has been finished, there ought to be in our territory, no other flag than the soared trl-color. beneath which we have seen so many of our comrades fall on the field of battle. Therefore, it is humiliating that the stars and stripes should con tinue to wave in the port of Vera cruz. Before leavine- this point I wish to invite you to address, with ill re spect, a note to the president ad in terim of the republic begging that he immediately take up with the Ameri can government in the manner which the national dignity counsels, the ques tion of the retirement of American troons from our territory. "Awaiting your answer and with af fectionate salutations. 'Sisrned) "Alvaro Obregon. "General in Chief of the Constitution alist Army of the Northwest." The same message. It is stated, was addressed by Gen. Obregon to Gen. Pablo Gonzales, chief of the division of the northeast. Villa's Invirer Satisfactory. Villa s answer, in which he gave Gen. Obregon permission to go a far as he liked in addressing the petition to Car ranza. signing Villa's name, follows: "Headquarters in CMhuahua. 'Sept 10. 1914. "I have received with satisfaction your message of yesterday, in which ou are pleased to eommunicate to me that you have found the majority of the revolutionary leaders who have arrived at the capital entirely willing to support and sustain the Ideas and aspirations which we have and which I sincerely believe will save the Mexi can people. i "I accept with enthusiasm your pa triotic idea that we should all to gether approach the president of the republic to ask him to take up the matter of the departure of the Ameri can forces which are in Veracruz, for reallv it is humiliating and shameful for our beloved country for invading forces to remain still in Veracruz when there exists no justification for it. "Tou are fully authorized to address said note in such terms as you may ! judge convenient, having the goodness lo sign my name. "1 salute you affectionately. (Signed) "Francisco Villa, . "The General in Chief." VERACRUZ TROOPS TO GO TO HOME STATIONS Veracruz troops are expected to be ordered to their permanent stations when they are brought back to the United States from the Mexican east coast port. Army officers of the eighth brigade say tht plans were made for the return of the Veracruz troops to their home station as soen as they were removed from Mexico. Now that the troops have been ordered out of Mexico, these plans are expected to be carried out. The granting of two divisions at Texas City strengthens the belief that the second division is to be disbanded and the troops returned to the inland iosts. His newly appointed chief of staff. CoL Chase Kennedy, has been ordered to report at the Chicago' headquarters, instead of at Texas City. A3I3IVNITION FOR VILLA TO CROSS BORDER THURSDAY On account of the federal offices be ing closed in Juarez on Wednesday, no effort was made to cross any of the ammunition and arms that was r- TO QUIT I leased by the government with the lift ing or tne emDargo. iiesraes the large amount held locally, a shipment of 3.099.909 rounds is expected to arrive this evening from Galveston. Arrange ments have been made to cross a large amount of both arms and ammunition Thursday. GEN OBREGON IS ON WAY TO JOIN VILLA Douglas, Ariz.. Sept. 16. Gen. Al varo Obregon left Mexico City Monday to confer with Gen. Villa at CMhuthua, according to a telegram received Tues day from Cot. P Ellas Calles at the Mexican capital. It Is supposed that the Obregon-ViUa conference has some thing to do with the recurrence of trouble In Sonora state. Gen. Obre gon is expected to return to Sonora soon. ORDERED TO CONFBRENCB. Consul Muzquiz has received word that his father, R. Muzquiz. has been ordered from C P. Diaz to Mexico City for a conference His father is .lirec tor of mines and treasuri aent for the state of Coahuila. wTOIEIM SWSTI1?Tl:lli CHILDHEN.EOES TO WiRIEflTE El Paso Baptist Association Court Order Issued Re to Hold 10th Annual straining' Wife from Tak- Convention Here. The El Paso Baptist association will begin its 13th annual convention Thursday morning, at the Calvary- Houstnn Rnnar Ttnntfct nharch. The sessions wfll be concluded Saturdaj- night. About 30 out-of-town visitors are expected to attend the convention. Lunch will be .served at the church Thursday and Friday. The program for the convention fol lows: Thursday Morning. 10:00 Devotional. Rev. S. I Holloway. 19:15 Reading of letters and enrol ment of mesengers. 10:45 Election of officers. 11:90 Introductory sermon. Rev. C H. Riddle of Clint. 11:45 Call for corresponding messen gers, visiting brethren. Thursday Afternoon. 2:00 Devotional. Rev. C. H. Riddle. 2:15 Report of executive board. Dr. J. F. Williams, chairman. 2:38 Report on association missions. Rev. S. L. Holloway, chairman. 3:00 Report on state missions. Rev. O. J. Wade, chairman. , 4:00 Report on temperance. Rev. I R. Millican. chairman. tend the convention. Evening SfmWn. 7:46 Devotional; W. K. Robertson. S:W Doctrinal sermon. Dr. J. F. Wil liams. Friday Morning. 9:30 Devotional. Rev. W. F. HatehelL 9:45 Report on foreign missions. Dr. J. F. Williams. 19:45 Report on home missions, Dr. C D. DanieL Friday Afternoon. 2:00 Devotional, Dr. C. D. DanieL :j5 "Women's Work," Mrs. A. J. Rose. 3:00 "Christian Education," Rv. O. J. Wade. 4:00 "Ministerial Education," Rev. C. H. Riddle. Evening Sesalon. 7:4.. Devotional. Rev. L. R. Millican. S:0" Mass meeting on city missions. Rev. s. U Holloway. W. J. Buie. G. P. Putnam and C. V. Nafe. Saturday Morning. 9:30 Devotional, Dr. Howard Thomp son. 9:45 -"Sunday schools." G. P. Putnam. 19: JO "Religious Literature," C. V. Nafe. 11:90 "Buckuer Orphans' Home." Rev. Ed. L. Millican. 11 :39 Sermon. Evening Sennlon. 7:45 Toung People's rally. Report on Young People's work. Speeches by J. Whitney Webb, presidents of local unions, eight minutes each: Rev. s. 1 Holloway, ten minutes. Adjournment. WomenV Meetings. The women's auxiliary to the Baptist association entertained Tuesday after noon in the parlors of the First Baptist church with a reception in honor of Mrs. A. F. Beddoe. of Dallas, and Mra J. W. Byars. of Waco, who are in El Paso to attend the annual meetings of the Baptist association. Mrs Beddoe and Mrs. Byars. are the guests of Mrs. A. S. Howard, at h-r home on Portland avenue. Mrs. Beddoe is the head of the wom en's work and Mrs. Byars Is in change of the juvenile work' of the state. With them in the receiving line were Mes dames G. P. Putnam. A. M. WalthalL A. a Howard and Miss Elizageth HalL About 100 people attended tne recep tion. Yello flowers In Quantities dec orated the rooms attractively. During the afternoon a musical program was given. Mrs. W. H. Vance played plana selections. Mrs. R. V. Pearson and Miss Myrtle Boyd sang. At the close of the afternoon, punch and wafers were served by Miss Matilda Dickinson and Miss Luelah Williams. The visiting women were later taken about the city sight seeing in automobiles. The women's auxiliary to the Baptist association held Its annual meeting Wednesday in Calvary-Houston Square Pntist church. Mrs. W. F. Hstchell conducted the devotional exercises which opened the meeting. The reports of the car's work were read. Mrs. F. A. Hodge read a paper on the rossibi lities of a missionary society. Mrs. A. F. Beddoe of Dallas talked on the departments through which the Baptist vnmrni'f mlsmnn workers nnratM At the conclusion of the morning session a picnic luncheon was enjoyed in the Phi lathea class room, the members bring ing box lnnches. Iced tea and salad were served by a committee of ihe Calvary-Houston Square Baptist church, composed of Mrs. C V. Jackson and Mrs. Charles Friberg. In the after noon more reports were read and Mrs. C H. Riddle talked on mission study classes and Mrs. J. W. Byars, of Waco, spoke about the juvenile work In the Sunbeam band. The meeting was very well attended. CHRISTIAN CHURCH TO HAVE PICNIC .. First Christian church will be held Wednesday night at the church. The members will meet at 7 o'clock and will enjoy a basket picnic After supper the following program will be given: Prayer Rev. J. H. Allen Solo L. H. Barroughs "Our Public Services" ..Rev. P. J. Rice "Our Official Board" M. A. Goft "Our Church Exchequer" W. I Foxw.Tth Solo T. A. Christian "Our Missionary Program" ..'. Mrs. W. H. Anderson "Our Evangelistic Prosrjm I I A. Dale "Our Publicity Program" M Shedd "Our Mid Week Services"... G. M. Knox "Christian Union and Social Servica" Dr. R. B. Homan "Our Men and Boys" L. A. Dale Solo. "My Little Boy Scout." Mrs. Gertrude Ledbetter 'With banjo accompaniment. "Our Church School" G. W. Snider "Our Christian Endeavor Society" turtle Rice "Our Ladies' Aid SMlety" Mrs I. '. Xaytield "Oar a W. B. V. Auxiliary" Mrs. P. J. Bice The Organ Grinder "V. II. Bryan Hymn, "Blesred Be the Tie ' I. A. Shedd will preside at the con ference. HOWARD FAIR IS LARGELY ATTENDED Big Springs. Texas. Sept. It. The Howard county fair opened in Big Springs under favorable auspices. The agricultural display is one of the finest ever exhibited in west Texas. The racirg program is showing some fast horses of national record, including trotting, pacing and running. An auto mobile and motorcycle race will be beld. An airship is making daily flights, a carnival and wild west show are intertalnlng the large crowds. TWO nOUND OVER ON CIIARGES OF BURGLARY Charged with burglary. Manuel Acosta and Manuel Ronqulllo, two Mex icans, were held to the grand Jury Wednesday morning by Justice of the peace E. a McCllntock. In default of bond they were committed to the county Jail to await the action of the grand Jury. Acosta Is alleged to have entered the I. Rosen store on Overland street the last of August. His bond was fixed at J300. which he failed to make. Ron quillo is alleged to have broken into several housej on Broadwa His bond was fied at JjuO. which he failed to furnish. EUKDflU I . - ing Children Away. Judge Dan M. Jackson Wednesday morning, in the xm. court, granted Richard Baker an injunction against his wife. Mrs. Kate Baker, restraining K, . ..,,." .,,. ., ' ,,,. ,,, : . .--.. of the jurisdiction of the court. -Baker has filed application for divorce In the 34th district court against his wire, and asks for the custody of their two small chfldren. The case of the state vs. W. F- Mul len, charged with forgery, which was to hare been taken up in the 34th dis trict court Wednesday morning, was postponed until Friday. Annlt Salt Starts. The trial of the state vs. Leandra Resales, charged with assault to mur der, "was started Wednesday morning in the 34th district court. The Jury was drawn and the taking of evidence in the case started. Two indictments were returned against Rosales Tues day evening bv the grand Jury. One charges him with assault with intent to murder and the other with assault with a prohibitive weapon. In the 41st district court the ease of C B. Hargrave vs. the G. H. & S. A. Railroad company, a suit for damages for alleged personal injuries, is being tried. BOER GENERAL IS KILLED BY POLICE Capetown. Union of South Africa, Sept. IS. Gen. Jacobus Hendrick De La Rev. the well known Boer general, has been accidentally shot dead near Johan nesburg. . Gen. De La Rey. accompanied Gen. Biers, who has just resigned his posi tions as commander in chief of the de fence of the forces or the Union of South Africa, was returning Tuesday evening by automobile to his farm when the police, who were watching for a gang of desperadoes known to be using a car similar to that of De La Rey, challenged the general. It is evident that neither Gen. De La Rey nor the men in the car with him heard the challenge, for they pro ceeded without stopping. The police fired at the car and a bullet entered Gen. De La Reys heart. The shooting of the general has caused a great sensation throughout South Africa. MRS. LtUlU POIlTKIt LEAVES FOR NEW YORK TO SPEND WINTER. Mra Laura Porter, whose suit against Thomas B. Dockery. alleging breach of promise, was settled out of court by the payment of 3750 Tuesday, left Wednesday for New York where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Porter said that she intended to return to El Paso make her home. Diary of a MAX GETS INTO By W1 HEN I arrived at my hotel in Paris I found a note from Greenick saying that he bad been called to his country place at Epinal In the Vosgea mountains, and would be glad to see the representa tive of Darrow Jb Co. if he would fol low him. I phoned Sally at once to ask if she would accompany me-to a dinner at one of the charming places in the Bois de Boulogne. Her Geneva to Paris express left at night, so she seemed glad to be spared a quiet Sun day alone in Paris. I got transporta tion on a night train tor Epinal and then set about getting a taxi and calling for my laay. Of course. Friend Diary, I had firm ' sell ly determined never again to put my self in a position where the old af fair with Sally Spencer could reopen. But. after all. If a woman has almost proposed to a man and sees that sue mistake his feelings, he would be a I boor to refuse to rfadden her first Sunday on strange shores especially when otherwise his Sunday would be pretty lonely. And the real point s that when Sally offered to take me as. a partner 1 had nothing to bring but my newly ruined fortunes. A friend In need turneth away wrath! We went on and on through the dust laid Bois, that had a certain air of charm and mystery in spite of the heat and swirling gray dust. Out In thu cool Cascades we had a charm ing dinner, marred by only one inci dent. Sails felt dost stained, and went the little house in the center of the Cascades gardens, and. mopping my own iace, i sat nova to wait. Suddenly there was a swirl of skirts and an excited and flushed Sally pro jected herself tearfully at me A man had followed her into the wash room and had frightened her miserably. And when I went to protest against the outrage. I found tint this was one of be simple old-fashioned places where men and women washed in Eden-like innocence, side by side. I calmed Sally and then a prophetic little conversa tion took place. Need of an Old Friend. "Oh. what would I have done with out you. Max? I was so frightened and insulted, and you have made me laugh at what made me almost ready to cry." "Without n you probably would not have been here. Sally," I began in a matter of fact tone. "Max, don't belittle your strength and poise. J'd like to feel that you'd get me out of every scrape I manage to get into through my Ignorance while I am In Europe. "If you get into a real one. .ially. telegraph me and I'll come," I laughed. But I never expected to be called on to make that promise good. I got Into Epinal yesterday morn ing and Greenick spent the day in showing me the real beauties of the little cobble-stone town. As early as 6 oclock this morning I was wakened by the tramp, tramp, tramp of feet, and. throwing back the heavy shutters that guard the windows of Epinal. I stepped out on the little balcony and beheld the red uniformed soldiers of this fortified town tramping past over the cobble paving. They wear queer, short viaored red caps, red uniforms and heavy boots and gaiters. I won der if these raw young provincial sol diers will! see service before the three years of their enlistment are over. They are mobilizing now. But will they get into action? ar is in the air. Greenick has to go on to Basle and attend to some cf his interests there and I am to go with him tomorrow. With us travels his daughter, Kathleen, a pretty young woman of about 85 I have not mentioned her before, even to you. Friend Diary She is not a girl of whom one talks easily- Everything about her la "medium" her hair an-l eyes are a soft brown, and her fig ure and height are medium, too. She is not pretty, and yet I catch myself wondering wh.t in colnc on back of those deep eyes. I think you would t au Kathleen Greenick interesting. Basle Switzerland. ine last few davs have been very run "Jreenick. his daughter and I traele" for a ,jay to make a four- notlr triD W- ..., dinner the 1'r.n, h I '"redr. as w. did not dare iross the EOLTllUS Department Commander May Order Release of Mex ican Federal Troops. Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, commander of the southern department. passed through El Paso Tuesday night en route to Fort Wlngate. N. M, where the Mexican federal prison camp is located. This prison camp is in Gen. Bliss's de partment and army officers here be lieve that his visit indicates the inten tion of the government to release the federal prisoners soon. Tournament Committee Meet. CapL O. R- Wolfe, of the sixth infan try, has been appointed to cooperate with James G. McNary in arranging for the chorus of male voices which will sing patriotic songs in Cleveland square during the military tournament on the evening of October la. The ltth infantry band will furnish the music for the chorus and this will be one of the big features of the military tour nament. A meeting of the army tournament committee was held Tuesday afternoon and the plans for the tournament made. Lieut. De Witt Grubbs. of the sixth in fantry, wll have charge of the souvenir program for the tournament. It was also decided to start the military parade on October 8 at 9:39 a., m. to allow the traps to obtain lunch before the tournament games started. The border troops have been relieved from routine drills in order to prepare for the tournament and the 20th infantry battalion at Fort Wlngate has been in vited to participate in the games. Gen. John J. Pershing went to the artillery range Wednesday morning to witness the artillery practice. He was accompanied by Lieut. W. W. Gordon and Lieut. James L. Collins, his aides. JAPANESE GIVES GOLD AS BRIBE FOR RELEASE Tucson. Ariz Sept. It. J. A. Kealy, Immigration Inspector, arrested two Japanese at the Southern Pacific sta tion, and before he could get them to the Immigration service detention quar ters. 3115 in gold found Its way Into his trousers pocket. He said T. Fuku zawa. one of the Japanese, made three moves toward the trousers pocket, and each time pleaded to be released. Kealy was searched at hie own re quest and the .raid removed by other officials. When the Japanese were detained 32700 In bills and gold were found on them. The Japs were unarte to show their papers entitling bem to be in the United S'-ates, the inspec tor claimed. PHOENIX ADCLCB SPENDS A DAY AT STATE PRISON. Phoenix. Ariz, Sept. 19. Over 199 members of the Phoenix Addnb mo tored to Florence and spent an entire day as the guest of governor George Hunt and warden R. B. Sims. A con cert by the prison orchestra and a vaudeville show by the convtcts were features of the day's entertainment. Bachelor THE WAR ARENA MAX. Uwnu boundaries, and so a four hour trip took us a day. We were in Belfort for a few hours and visited the fortress that was the last to fall in the Franco-Prussian war. Kathleen Greenick showed bar first interest and strong enthusiasm over the red granite cliffs that tow ered above us to where the "lion ef Belfort" lay carved In granite betow the fortress. War LIoni Stirring. "They are sleeping now lion and guns," cried Kathleen Greenick. "1 wonder when they will wake" Her voice trailed off. And I I thought not of war but of the girl who had spoken. I wonder when, she awakes! And today France has declared war for Germany has invaded her ter ritory. We scarcely know whether to remain where we are or to try to get out of Switzerland, for here we are at tne point of Junction of three countries. Germany - lies across the Rhine and France touches ua, too. After dinner this evening Miss Greenick and I sat out on the bal cony of her rooms. Below us flowed the Rhine. There was an atmosphere of blissful quiet "Drei Konigen am Rhein! What a beautiful name for a hotel,- said the glrL "I wonder what the kings of earth are going to do with this lovely place?" "Are you afraid T "Afraid:" she said gently. "When I am with father! Why. be will take care of me' "And I would you know that" 1 began with more earnestness than 1 quite understood. Just then her father came out on the balcony with a telegram for me. I opened it In wonder. It was from Sally Spencer, and read: "Am stranded in Geneva. No gold. They won't take express notes. Won't you come to help me Sally Spencer." The telegram had been sent the -lay before, and had followed me slowly enough from Epinal. I looked at Kathleen Greenirk smiling up at her father in the sun set's afterglow. I wondered "could I go?" And then I remembered my prom ise: "If you gd into a real scrape. Sally, telegraph and I'll come" This wast a very real scrape Tm called to Geneva tonight." I said at last. There was a message In Kathleen Greenlcks eyes. But I could not read It. I'm off for Geneva In the morning. A SURE WAY TO END DANDRUFF Stop Falling Hair and Itch ing Scalp at Once. There is one sure way that has never failed to remove dandruff at once, and that is to dissolve it. then you destroy it entirely. Tot do ttadfe. Just get about four ounces of plain, common liquid anon from any drugstore (this is all you will need), applylt at night when retiring: use enough to moisten the scalp and rub' it in gently with the finger tips. , By morning, most lf not all. of your dandruff will be gone, and -area or four more applications will com pletely dissolve, and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of tt, matter how much dandruff you any have. Tou will find all itching and dig ging of the scalp will stop Instantly and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous. glossy, silky and soft, and look ana feel a hundred times better. If you value your hair, you should set rid of dandruff at once. lor noth- ing destroys the hair o quickly. It lot only starves the hair and makes it fail out but it makes it stringy. I strasEH. dull. dr. brittle and lifeless. ! and eerbody notic it. Adertise niei.t. J HEWLETTGIVES 1 ON TIN Accused Defrauder Declares Charges False; Hopes to Settle Out of Court. Eugene E. Hewlett, accused of hav ing defrauded Reginald H. Gernon out of JJ.1.909. returned to Los Angeles-late Monday night and declared that he was ready and anxious to face any charges brought against him. says the Los Angeles Examiner. Hewlett was released from custody en route for Los Angeles, after Frederick Hewlett, his father, and Edward J. Bo wen. a Los Angeles manufacturer, had cone on hie bond for 15900 in Justice Forbes court. In a statement made in the Poin setUa, hotel, in the presence of his father, Hewlett declared that the charfes brought against him by Ger non were false. "I was in Juarez. Mexico." said Hew lett, -when 1 first heard of the charges and the warrant which had been sworn out against me. I started at once for Los Angeles. When I was arrested at Rincon I was on my way here. "I did have a great many business deals with Gernon. He came to me several years ago and asked for stock in my automobile agency. In return for the stock he offered me 119.999, a ranch in Riverside and a house. All the property was mortgaged. Later I returned the property to him and also the money." Hewlett declared that he had always been friendly with Gernon and- ex pressed much surprise at his actions. "The Wenban estate," said Hewlett, "in San Francisco has no claim on me. I can show on my books that 1 owe nothing to the estate. I have not heard that they were about to take legal action against me " Well dressed and apparently free from worry, Hewlett said last night that he hoped to settle the matter to day without taking it into court. He refused to discuss tre whereabouts of his wife. Detectives McCann and Williams, who first took up the search for Hew lett, said yesterday that the case against Hewlett had taken a strange turn. Early yesterday morning detec tive Williams, by a telephone message, heard from Gernon, but for the rest of the day the police were unable to lo cate him. Jeff Chandler, Howard EL Huntington's attorney, who up to yes terday was presumed by the police to be Gernon's attorney, denied late yes terday afternoon that he had anything to do with the case. When detective McCann attemoted to learn through Howard E. Huntington the where abouts of Gernon he was informed by a clerk that Huntington had left for Europe. Frederick Hewlett, following the ar rangement of bonds before Justice Forbes, refused to discuss his son's case. Hewlett senior, however, de clared that he had not seen Gernon and stated that his son was not guilty of the charges brought against him. According to Hewlett senior his son has been the object of much unfair treatment. DR. BRADErfS BROTHER DIES IN SAN ANTONIO Dr. C F. Braden and his brother. Henry, received word yesterday of the death in San Antonio of Edward Bra den. another brother. In San Antonio. Edward Braden was a former alderman and pioneer master plumber of 9an An tonio. Deceased died on the ranch of his brotherlnlaw. W B Hudson, near San Antonio, where he had been stay ing recently for his health. Deceased was 99 years old and was born In San Antonio in November. 1954. He had resided in San Antonio all his lifetime, with the exception of one year spent In Del Rio.and one year at Austin. Shortly after leaving St. Mary's college, where he received his educa tion, he went to Del Rio. where he en gaged in the general merchandise busi ness. He returned to San Antonio and started the Braden Plumbing company 19 years ago, which at present is lo cated on Market street nnder the name of the Braden-Hndaon company. 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