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:ij c d c puirrq-l tU. tlilS. di UiliLfu ' I5TH C1LI MiTOTf S ' WEW LIGHTS TD WE GIVE S. & H. STAMPS ALWAYS ASK FOR THEM TJ TIE WIS HI IE OH EON SUM i T Hi Secretary Garrison Also Or- Memorial Day and Tenuis ders 9th Cavalry and 27th Infantry to Go. The 13th cavalry, stationed at Fort Bliss, will be one of the regiments to be sent to the Philippine islands in Oc tober, official orders from the war de partment say. At the same time will t,u the Ninth netrro cavalry regiment ai d tne 27tb infantr These have been designated b secretary L M- Garrison to relieve the troops now in the islands. The 15th has been expecting orders to o to the islands for several months. This regiment has been here, since the Second cavalry left for Fort Btnan Al-j-n, Vt, coming to Fort Bliss from Fort Jer. Ta. CoL Georsre H Morgan Is in command of the regiment and will ac- ompany the command to the Philip pines. No regiment was designated to lake the 15th cavalry's place at the post tut it will be another cavalry regiment as Fort Bliss is now equipped for a cavalry station Ken. Fershinc; on Leave. Gen John J Pershing, commander of the Eighth infantry brigade, will leave -the last of the week on his annual leae He will go to Lincoln. Neb.. where he will at'eod the annual com mencement exercises of the University rr Nebraska, where he was a military instructor at one ume and will then go to Fort D A. Russell, where Mrs. Pershing and children are now visit ing They will then go to San Fran cisco to attend the fair. Tournament Counter At tractions; Dam Trips. San Francisco Street Light ing to Be Celebrated Tuesday Evening. Tuesday night at S oclock the lights tm san Tancisco street will be turned Memorial day at the cemeteries and Fort Bliss and the finals in the south western tennis tournament at the wouniry ciud were me counter attrac- ; tIlrn on the iht. Finishing iim tions Sunday which kept the El Paso to the system were applied Monday and motorists off of the road for the usual officials of the light company ex pressed the opinion that all of the work would be completed by Tuesday after- on. according to present plans. Mayor .. ! -torn jea will press a Button which will CHANGES MADE IN ENGINEERING AND MEDICAL CORPS OF ARMY "asb'neton. D May SI Hh foUovrfns intiv ird.n hair been issued: Changes la engineer corps Flrat Ueut. I Philip Fleming-. Second to Third batalion: ru-"t T-feut. Raymond A. Wheeler. Second 10 Third batalion: First Lieut. Paul S-Hein recke. First to Third btalioa. First Lients. John C H Lee. Edwin H Marks, William H &age, Jr., relieved from Third batalion; Fi-it Lieut. Donald H. Connolly, assigned to Third batalion: First llent William S. Sher man, Second to Third batalion. Leases of absence Maj Bailey K. Ash ford medical corps, extended fifteen days; rirt Lieut. Halbert P. Harris, medical cvrpJ. two months The following officers of the medical corps are relieved as specified To Hawaiian de partment, inajs Charles R. Reinolds. Fort bam tJODly depot Edg-ar. Jr.. Fort Lawton. Inarles A. Kagan. 1 ort Oglethorpe Horace D Bloomberjjh, Fort Ontno. Eugene H- Hartnett, Fort Robinson. Capt. Harr Heg-eman, quartermaster corps to Vancouver barracks, as quarter Tnaster, relieving maj. Samuel V. Ham, in fantry. Maj Harold P. Soward. Fourteenth cav alry detailed to quartermaster corps. Fort "Mcintosh, temporary duty, thence to Phil ippine department. First lieut Robert P Cooke, medical re serve corps, to remount depot. Fort Royal, Second lieut. Benjamin C Lockwood. Jr., Twenty second infantry. United States Mili tary academ, to Columbia University School of Law. Capt Ralph B. Herring, coast artflery. staff coast defenses, Paget Sound, to 149th company. Capt- Clarence H. Smith, coast artillery, 145th company, -to coast defenses Paget Sound. Capt. George O. Hubbard, coast artflery. detailed to quartermaster corps. reHevlag apt. cnanes L. I .anna n. motorists off of the road for the usual Sunday trips to the mountains, up and down the valley and to the Klephant butte dam. At Evergreen and Fort Bliss Sunday morning the autos were parked around the speakers' stands and along the nearby roads and drives. The old vet erans of the north and south were taken to the cemetery in autos dinatea by the 1 Pasoans and from there to Fort Bliss in the same cars. Autos were also used in carrying the veteraaa to the Fort Bliss cemetery in the ijter noon for the Spanish ar Veterans" memorial exercises. Cars to Country Club. In the afternoon many drove out to the Country club to watch the final play in the tennis tournament and after that took the visiting tennis players to their trains or down tile valley for a ride in the cool of tne evening.. There were fewer auto trips out or the city Sunday .than at any Ume since the spring touring started. Many drove down to Ysleta uunng the late after noon and evening but -only a few ven tured onto the upper valley road, be cause of its condition. The rim of the mesa was a favorite place for shore auto trips Sunday, the ears driving along the rim and out through .ern Place addition. J. It. Segall to. Dam. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Segall motored to Elephant Butte dam Sunday, returning Monday. The trip was made in their Jefireys car. .Leaving til Paso Thursday morning El Paso Gets One Senior Reclamation Engineer; Six I Supervisors Removed. Denver. Colo- May 29. S. B. William- ' son, chief of construction for the U. S. I reclamation service, with headquarters I in Denver, today announced the ap- i pointment of E. II. Baldwin to be asais- ' tant chief of construction. ' Announcement also is made of the v removal of six supervising engineers r- . . , ... ... ... I na tne appointment or three senior There are a. total of 52 of the lights. I engineers. R. F. Walter. C. P. Williams at seven o'clock, a party of Kl Pasoans made the trip to Klephant Butte in four autos, returning f'riday evening. The party arrived at the dam at five o'clock Thursday evening and reached El Paso Friday evening at ten o'clock. The members of the party were: Mr. and Mrs. K. L. ilorris and family in their Buick touring car; J. R. Ellis ana family in a Buick touring car. Key. O. J. Wade, Bei. V. F. Hatchell and fam ily and Kev. S. U Hallonay, in Kev. mi. wades tord touring car which are similar in design to those used in San Francisco and other, cast cities. The lights are also an exact du plicate of those now in use in Tampica, Mexico. The system beings at the Pio neer plaza end of San Francisco street and extends to the union station. Just before S o'clock Tuesday evening one of the army bands will play a brief concert in Pioneer plaza. At S mayor Lea will switch on the lights and then the band, followed b the mayor and city council and officers or the chamber of commerce wil march down San Francisco street to the union station. There the band will play for half an hour and the oficers and direc tors of the chamber of commerce, the mayor and city council and Gen. John J. Pershing and staff will be guests , of manager Geo. Maslin, of the Harvey . llAltCd sa MminlimMltan. .linn.- Th. ' chamber of commerce exhibit hall will be thrown open and the public is. in vited to inspect the exhibit. The lamps were turned on Monday morning for a test and all of the lights proved to be working perfectly. and F. E. Weymouth. Walter's head quarters will be in El Paso, Williams s i in Montana ana ne mouths in Boise, Idaho. Elaood Mead has been named head of the reclamation board of review. President and Ed Martin To Live in White Houses U. S. ATTORNEY BELIEVES NEGRO KILLED MARY PHAGAN Atlanta, Ga, May SI. United States attorney Alexander late Saturday filed with the state prison commission a 25,400 word statement in which he attempted to prove by the state's own witnesses that Mary Pbagan, the factory girl for whose killing Leo M. Frank is con demned to die, was, in fact, slain by James Conley, the negro who is now serving sentence as an accessory after the crime. Alexander argued that Conley's ad mission that he wrote the "murder note." found on Mary Phaean's body. j raises the conclusion. He traced the entire course of Conley's testimony, the changes in it, and the probable motive for each variation. AJamogordo. N. H, May 31. A presi dent is not the only man who cab l(ve in a white Bouse. Ed Martin is haul- ing materials from the White Sands for j building his new horn southwest of Alamogordo on the Leamaster place. ' The building will be made of cement made from the white sands and will be one of the novel homes in the Ala- . mogerdo valley. ?K8l. m m n 11 3&5r'& v! UIUS aassao -- - .. . t -...-- ...., n. w Houston Powell C Fauntleroy, medical I .Howard and family in Mr Howard's y depot San Francisco, Benjamin J. ' KjsscI car. Mr. Howard had one junc ture on the return trip; this was the only accident of the trfriL TlTA mips rt l'! TABJh.w. .!- ! trip to Elephant Butte dam the end or I A. . Reeves, secretary of the Cham- j BODIES OF CREW me wees. mi. ana .sirs. J. 11. McLeod I ber of commerce, has left for Austin to REEVES GOES TO AUSTiN TO PROTEST AGAINST CATTLE RATE -C&ARILLO MAlf GETS 'DICK HAEBELL'S JOB J. W. Curtis, -of Arharillo. is the new assistant secretary of the Panhan dle A Southwestern Stockmen's asso ciation. He was chosen Saturday af ternoon at a meeting of the executive committee oC the association, held at the chamoer of commerce. Announcement was nfade that the al leged shortage of pick Htfrrell, former assistant secretary.iwho has been miss ing, has been completely" made up. The alleged shortage amounted to J18JS.4, as shown by an audit of the booth president J. H. Nations says. For sota months past William Harrell, secre,tarf of the association and father of Due missing assistant secretary, has drawc no salary and this, together witn otn er funds, reduced the total alleged shortage to about $2$00. This balance was recently paid to Mr. Nations " in full payment of all sums alleged to be due the association. The settlement was confirmed by the ex ecutive committee Saturday. Went in their Buick Cr n V.- anil I .nnaai h.fnp. th. al.t. miImwJ mam. 1 . Ii:" ::-... V -"" I -"-" "-""- . .. -y... ... ... is jxjers xnaue me trip in their Krit ear with their son. Robert Page Mters, Billy Page and Fleming Page. They went to the dam Thursday and returned Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McMdUen chaper oned a party of young people to Kle phant Butte dam Saturday, returing Sunday night. The nartv mnrfe thi. trip in the Ford automobiles of L. O. I i.iuiiL ana u. j. jsverman. in the party were Misses Madeline Fisk. Isabelle Valentine. Eleanor Price; Messrs. Ray Prltchett, L. Of. Blunt and G. O. Ever- Flush Yotir Blood Get it Cleansed Remarkable Remedy That Works All Through Your Body. To Dripping Springs. Four Cam foff fiaillrrisur MAiuiiM. fn. b.trip to Dripping Springs, returning by way of Cox's ranch Siindnv nlcht Xti the nartv were Mr. And Mre ta Orndoff and family tnd Mr. and Mrs. George Pugh, in a Velie; Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Murchison and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gaston in a Studebaker. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jackson and family and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dudley in a Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Billings, driving their Hupmobile, made the trip to Clint Sunday. They had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson. En route back they stopped at the Valley Inn at Ysleta. mission on June 1 and protest against J the increase in rates on cattle ship- I ments as requested by the railroads of the state. Secretary Reeves's trip is the result of the meeting which was held at the chamber of commerce recently by the cattlement to protest against the pro posed increase in rates, which, in some cases will antount to 7 percent, the cattlemen say. ' , During his absence George H. dem ents, publicity commissioner, is in charge of the charabsr of commerce affairs. ...DAIfiYRECORD When jou put a tablespoonful of S. ! E. H. BALDWIN PROMOTED ! IN RECLAMATION SERVICE E. H. Badwin, who m March was ' appointed supervising engineer of the ! southern district of the reclamation ' - r ice with headquarters at the Ele phant Butte dam. has been promoted to the position of assistant chief en I srineer of construction in Denver. Xotl- lication of this change has been re I cened by the local offices of the recla , mation service. So supervising engineer will be ap pointed to take Mr. Baldwin's place, I but R. F. Walter will be transferee J to El Paso with the title of senior . engineer, j W. M. Reed, chief irrigation engi- I neer of the Indian sHvm ..., t,An. ! Sunday on his way to the San Carlos Bnildinc Tenuit9. To Jfedatf Jftejee.- to nqda- jxircb and make repairs to buHding on lots 13 and 14. block 42. East El Paso addition; estimated cost, 125. To the M. & B. Butldlne company, to ARE FOUND IN P-4 Honolulu. T. II Mav 59- Bodies Qi officers and crew of the Cnited States J F-4 submarine were found In the for- ward hold of. the vessel when divers i .entered It Friday, according to an an nouncement by- rear admiral Moore to day. Exploration of the interior was halted by orders from the navy de partment to bring the vessel into hart ber for examination to determine the causing of the sinking on March 25. SENATOR SHEPPARD IS COMING TO VISIT EL PASO SOON Suonlemeiitlna his telegram to presi dent B. Orndorff of jhe El Paso chamber of commerce, stating that he cannot ie present at- ne. meeting nere this week of the congresional appropri ations committee. United States senator Morris Sheppcrd writes as follows T j mn AM wwaAl iket Y htttltirkt . . - ni a . . 1 aTiaw;, icij uiuvu iubi. vviuiuut ZiZLX2r? .r t the congressional committee at El Zrv-mn!:. i --t , .s trm I Paso on June Z. I have prior engage- , J t sTJXJl S.t- TS ' ments which will consume all week and sange at 214 Tularosa street . estimated . ... ., . , ki-. -rf.. .., I wasa ri vw vuh ura a vua mw.eai sas v It U toy! ntenUOn -U visit Kl Faso te- lore. congress reuseraoses o Hj 1 M r Fa s lfl fl 511 I la E EE the Special Offerings in Art Needlecraft Novelties op Display and Sale in Main Aisle and In Art Department, Mezzanine Floor Tomorrow Gowns at 50c Women's Gowns of fine Nainsook in round, square and V neck; stamped in numerous new patterns. Special at 50 Knickerbocker Chemise of fine soft Nainsook imade-up and stamped in beautiful designs at 1.00 Children's Dresses 50c Made of Ratine. Pique and Cotton Poplins, stamped in very pretty pat terns. Special at 50 Gowns at 50c Misses and children's night gowns, made of fine quaKty nainsook; stamped in .many new patterns. Spe- rial at 50 Envelope Chemise Made-up and trimmed with German two thread lace and stamped for emt. at 1.00 Children's Dresses 25c Made of India linen, scalloped at neck and sleeves; stamped in front. Special at ..., 2od SAMPLES SHOWN IN FINISHED GARMENTS n riLLUW aLirs. maae or line quality gi musline and stamped in new prelty dettgas; rnilar 35-? .Snrial Twr nair 2ivl PILLOW SLIPS in the new envelope styles, made up stamped in many pretty designs, best quality muslin; at each. .50 Pillow Covers t CreUm Pillow Covers in many pretty designs, square and lone; styles, ready for use or Ideal summer porek piBows J Laundry 'Begs Laundry Bags in large sixes, made of linen, in white and "natural, stamped Laundry "Very speoaTfec tomorrow 9E v BATH TOWELS Large Sise Bath Towels, made of good quality Turkish toweling, stamped in many of the newest designs. Cf- Price OUC HUCK TOWELS Towek aade of fine quality hack toweling ia several pat- -terns and stamped in Cfn new-asl design. Priee."V GUEST TOWELS Towels in guest site, of fine quality, patterns and stamped to match large towefe. i Priced special at. 25c We Tm assist you viih Jour Aft iVeedfeawrfc Free lesions fa Embroidering, Crochcfmg and the NEW Lace vorl(. cost. SM. To Davis $c Stephens, to balld a brick apartment oa lots 1 te S is block 207. Gamp- bell addition, astlmated east, IMS. for the znir- nose of ascertaining wonr'Varions need To B. Estrada, te bona a bnck' addition f at the hands of the federal government. In the rear ef S17 South K Paso street, estl- I . . .....-.- 3.13 xn n.ts i-iitu. FROJI THAIX BV S1VIXDLERS Olathe, Kans, May 19 -V badly in jured man who said he was Dr. F. 1). Bodny. of Eldorado. Iowa, and who as serted he was throvrn from the 'win dow of a passenger train Friday night by a band of swindlers, was found near -here today. The man said that while on his way from San Francisco he encountered three men and woman on the train. He said they demanded that he pay a sum of money and sign c o . . " I "fin oi o. j inaian reservation in Arizona. He has a & Into your stomach it gets straight j just made an inspection of the New Mexico Indian reservations and is going to the coast. Mr. Reed was formerly an official of the reclamation serivce and is well Known here. Into your blood. In less than five min utes it has becqme a wave of restora tive influence 'wherever the blood has c lrculated. Does this read like -magic? But it is absolntelv- true TImmm nArc-o,.- Xul digestive juices in the stomach, can ' HORSE PLUNGES THROUGH a efeVcrnS.1 ifS.0 j FURNITURE STORE WINDOW s.kin and kidneys excrete it only after ! A valuable plate glass window and S. S. S. has set in motion millions of I considerable furniture were broken cells and nerves to throw off the count- j Saturday afternoon when a runaway less germs that have infested every part j horse crashed into the store of the of the body. And as S. S. S. continues to estern Furniture company, 308 South oattle those tronbitmA nMia thai- Kl Paso street. gather in the form of pimples, bolls, ec- ' The a"i,nal. said to belong to the ema, acne, catarrh, rheumatism and other so-called blood disorders. It rouses Into action a myriad of strange but well understood corpuscles called luecocyte3 that actually devour or change or con vert disease germs so they are readily and quickly cast out of the body. It Is probably the best appreciated blood medeme known. Tou will find S. S.'S. on sale in nearly every drug store In the TJ. & Get a bottle) today. And if your case Is peculiar, write to the Medical Department, The Swift Specific Co- 185 Swift Bldg Atlanta. Ga. It Is con ducted by a noted physician. Pomeroy Transfer company, broke loose from a place near the union sta tion and ran east on Overland street! Unable o make the turn when El Paso street was reached, the horse ran mated cost. SM. To J. B. Neff. to build two brick bunga low on lots 4. S, 8 and t. ia block 14, Man hattan Heights addition, estimated cost, SC5M. To R. Murpbx. to buiitd a frame addition t .,Ji . ., . -- . nil .. it - -. isA f scrieu Be To W. D. Mooter.- to bond a brick bunga low with frame back wall oa lots 2S. 24. 25. block S. Baeeetrs addition, estimated ceat. SUM. To W. D. Madey. to build a brick bond low vith frame baekwall gmjfltm it and 14. Mock II. Baasett addition; estimated coat, 240fl. To V. K. Ware, to build a brick tenement at Ksehth and Stantoa streets, estimated cost. . Seed Hied. Lots In Sierra Blancm Early Bl Jones and E. B. Josea to Mrs. Alice K- Barlow. lots 3. 13. 14 and IS. block t. Sierra. Blanc; SI and other considerations: May 27. Lots In Hollywood Height Mrs. Paullta Fraxer to" Ictor L. Ocswa. lota 1 to Is InelnaiTe. Mock C. Hollywood Heights addi tion: consideration 11M; Feb. 4. HIS Land In Tsleta town erant J. F. Prinun to John M. Wyatt. fin undivided one-half Interest in & acres adjolnlaa; W J. Harris tract to Ysleta town grant: 4 acres adjoin ine; tract formerly owned by Mrs. Newman in Tsleta town grant, and 20 acres lying along tiftragosa street, Taleta, $1 and other considers tlona: April It. 114. Land In San Kllxarlo grant J. F Piimm to John M. Wwatt. 1 acres in Qnadrillo. alao 1ft acres lying along the Rio Vlejo; also 19 acres, being tne aune land conveyed to Flnnln Herrera by the corporation of San Elizarlo. also 11. I acres adjoining Guillermo Grandaras tract. Son Ellxario grant; alao 24M3 acres starting at the north -Hoe of Luia Madrid tract and lying along the Rio Grande In San Bllzarlo grant. Jt and other consideratlona; April 11. 1914. Land In Ysleta grant J. F. Frimm to POURS GASOLINE INTO A J STOVE; WOMAN IS BURNED ! Rosa Hernandez, living at 12 South Florence street, was severely burned Sunday afternoon about 1:15 when a gasoline stove which she was filling overflowed and the oil became Ignited. The flames set fire to the woman's clothing, burning her back and lower limbs. She was also severely burned on one arm. The firemen, responding to the alarm, rendered first aid to the woman and a doctor was then sum moned. The fire did very little damage to the honse and contents. ' At 6-l p. m. Sunday the department responded to an alarm from 4051, Rosa street, where a Mexican shack had caught fire. The shack was .badly burned but the contents were saved. BRAGA SUCCEEDS DE ARRAIGA AS PORTUGAL'S PRESIDENT C nAner nrMMntMl And. when h re fused, threw him from the window of I Paris, France. May SI. Theophlle the speeding train. About $700 was j Braga formally assumed the presidency found In his pockets. The man was of Portugal Sunday, succeeding presl- taken to a hospital. LOXDOJ." -STIUlvEItS OF "WAR AGE" C-UST REGAI.V JOBS London, Eng., MaV 29. The strike of London tramway employes came to an ....... u ..:. -ii. 9 j.j . . 1 in in laiei i.ivBa Liie aiu,nuiL auu uia IIOL SLOP , i.r yxt--.. .... ........ .. . . until it had-gone through .the window Teroi Tn a",raet-"sl,"uT TZrS? and of the furniture store and had dam- I one-half miles up the county road from n aari 4 nnmhap tT niniuia nr frvilia vu . . . . ... .- on display in the front portion of the building. The police were notified and after "ym? difficulty the horse was led out of "e store. The animal was badly cut by s and was taken in charge by a .. inary surgeon.. end today by the Issuing of from the strike room that all men would return Sunday. Many men above the age of military service, who have been emoloyed dur ing the strike, will be retained. All men of military age who went on a strike will not be permitted to come back. den de Arraiga, who resigned last week, according to a Havas agency dispatch from Lisbon. Portugal. Braga was elected by the national assembly Saturday. After taking the oath of office, presi- - sJr MnyM. -ss" -"- 1?-. ..t,.Tt.v"r- t ;n Southern Pacific Steamships New Orleans to New York An Ideal Trip Winter or Summer sums or state-rooms, p-kloe abd private bath. DiNlNG-KOOM SERVICE TOJSJlRPAHtD SaiKngs Wednesdays and Saturdays fcom New Orleans For hilt -ct 1 cutl js. rasmAiat sad i- e. call ea ar lcU 'iCbCX rcat notice ' dent Braga received the acting premier. A great many floors are finished with wax nowadays. We have Bnthcers, Old Enrlish, and Johnsons Wax in various sized cans. ' Also ggja.l Polishing Brushes ?2.50 and $3.00. TTJTTLE PAINT & GLASS CO. 210-212 N. Stanton St PhoEe 205-206. TENNIS GOODS A COMPLETE LINE AT THE RIGHT PRICES. SEE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. 301 S. El Paso St AUTOMOBILE TRIPS TO ELEPHANT BUTTE DAM Seven Passenger Cars Make reservations Competent Drivers request rate of Mission Garage, Mills and Campbell Sts. Phone 797 Ui Plaza de Taleta; also tract containing; MM square varaa aituated one and one-half miles up the county road from the Plaza de Tsleta; alao S8.1S acres adjoining land for merly owned by W. B. Canchard: also one acre of land situated about one and one- j half miles up the county road from the Plaza de Tsleta; $16 and other coaaldera tlons. April 11, 1511. Automobiles Licenced. Zitl Claud Hayes. 227 Broadway; five passenger Studebaker. SC4S Berker-McDoueatx Hardware com pare. 4S7 Texas street; Ford delivery. JtH J. B. Bamos. 2::l Boulevard, seven passenger Abbott-Dotrott. 3f45 Southwestern Inatalraent company; two passenger Ford. 3US 1L E. Stafford. First National bank building; five passenger MaxwelL Mil Mrs. Belle Gray. -Ml North" Oregon street; xour passenger cnaimera. 3C1S Dr. E. J. Cummins. 51C Mills build ing; two passenger Ford. Licenced to AVed. II. P. Evans to Cora Jlorton. E. T. Muckelroy to Addle Parker. Luis Hernandez to Refugia Seqaerroa. Stanley IL Mathews to dna Carr. Wilson L. Hudnall to Bessie Kyle. Paseual Marin to Lorn Martinez. .Deaths. William Styner 'Moon. I22 Texas street. May 38. aged three months, burial Ever green May 29. Sotodad Holquln. 1117 Campbell street. May 49, aged IS years, burial Concordia cemetery May Ss. Birth Hale. To Mrs. Luis Vasque. "3 Ninth street; May 37. To Mrs. Velaauvee. 1013 St Vraln street -Jlsy 2. To Mrs. Pedro I-. Bueno, S06 4 South Stan ton street: May 2S. PERGUSOX -WAVTS TO KOW CIV1LIAXS WILt, fiBT FOOD Austin, Tex., May Jl. Gov. Fersuson said Sunday be did not feel justified in making an appeal to the public to fur nish food for Mexico unless asfmr-tT-cp ; was given the supplies would reach the famine stricKen noncombatants and not the warring elements DA3IAGBD ZBrPBT.IN FALLS I.VTO THE SE.1. RKPOltT Geneva. Switzerland, May 29. A dis patch received here today from Fried erichshafen on Lake Constance, sets forth that one of the Zeppelin airships which three days ago raided the town of Southend, at the mouth of the Thames.--10 miles east of London, was struck by one of the British shells fired at it. Owing to the resultant loss of gas. it fell Into the sea off Heligoland- Whether the crew was saved is not known. Jose Castro, who formally tended the resignations of the cabinet members. President Brass, declined to accept them. OPHELIA Flour Special Diamond M, White Loaf, Silver Queen and Banquet Flours. 24 lb. Sack $1.05 -IS lb. Sack $2.05 100 lb. Sack $4.00 Mohawk Flour, 24 lb. Sack 90c We guarantee all our flour to bake pood bread. Lion Grocery Go. Phones 2405-2424. 109-11 S. SUnton St. ROUND $84.05 TRIP VIA Texas Pacific J. 'tW,l!H,IMl1uwL CANDY SPECIAL OUR CHEWEY HONEY KISSES 15c THE LB. 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