EL PASO HERALD
i yanr. Italy, Oct. 23. The Italian
n is making a general attack along
. e whole line from Switzerland to the
druitio In the preceding five months
. f the Austro-Italian war, the efforts
. tht- Italians have been directed at
the penetration of Austrian territory
,d capture of strategic points for the
urpose of securing Italy against the
. -bitjiiity or Austrian invasion, in me
..'iirr";i of the Italian general staff.
tins has been accomplished, and the
w r is now entering its second phase.
It is estiin.ite'l th-- Italians have
tnlren 25,006 prisoner? during the war
i'Hi nave pur out or action upward i
"'tiii'io men' in all. Italian losses, in-
ludn.s" killed, wounded and prisoners.
i neurit to 45,000. according to official
i-ru3ts, which is the lowest percentage
. -i .,Tiy of the belligerent nations.
REMBVEI), RETUKXS HOME
London. Eng-. Oct. 23. Gen. Sir Ian
Hamilton has returned here from the
T'ardanelles where he has been super
seded as commander in chief of the al
lied forces by Gen. Sir Charles Car
HAS visited us several
times the last few days
and left us a fine line of
Hand Painted China, Cas
seroles, Pictures, Glass
ware, Art Pottery things
that add to the home beau
tiful and that the whole
family may enjoy. A gift
that all may share is the
one most acceptable to the
We are receiving new goods
every week and our holiday trade
has already begun:
Shop early, avoid the rush and
get the most desirable things for the
price you wish to pay.
102 N. Stanton
For Wood, Coal, Hay, Grain
and Poultry Supplies
Rio Grande Fuel and
30 S. St. Train.
D. J.". CROSS. Prop.
China, Crockery, Glassware
The China Palace Co.
112 San Antonio St
I EL PASO THE PASS i j
J Don't pass I :
I KeeviPs i j
If Tea Want tit j
i BEST DUTCH LUNCHES, 1 i
I BUDWEISER AND LEMP'5 $ ;
I STANDARD 1 ;
I 523 N. Stanton Phone 105 j
THERE SHOULD BE A
IN EVERY HOME
W. G. WALZ COMPANY
.WD KIM) MS G.
Phone 23 and 3C
Corner Texas and Dallas Sts.
"N TOUR NEXT STIT
Our Suits nt 915 are regular 720
VICTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO.
Corner Menu & Son intonlo.
fflffi SEEN BY KAISER
Amsterdam. Holland Oct. 23. Em-
i peror William's bopes for victory axe
expressed in a leiegrara sent, uy mm .
reolv to congratulations by the prince
j of Bavaria on the occasion of the an-
J niversary of the government.
j The kaiser's message follows:
"Although it Is painful to me. after
' my long reign of peace, to be obliged
I to take up arms in defence of the free-
! dom and honor of the fatherland. I.
! ... x . .a ..H fxamtn
i Win your majesty u .i v.... ...
j princes, confidently trust that God, the
j Lord, will continue in support of a Just
j cause, and grant us and our loyal allies,
j a victorious issue of the fight wretch-
edly begun against us."
i HIVES PRAISE TO TURKEY.
FIGHTING FOR ITS LIFE
Detroit. Mich., Oct. M. Praise for the
bravery and self-sacrificing spirit or
the Turks, fighting for the last vestige
of their national life, was given Friday
bv Dr. James P. McNaughton, a mis
sionary from Turkey, in an address
before the national laymen's missionary
-AU Ottoman subjects at the outbreak
of the war were called upon to contrib
ute 25 percent of all movable posses
sions with the exceptions of house
hold furniture." he said. "From the
farmers. 25 percent of their crops was
demanded. Calling to the colors of all
men of military age left thousands des
titute. Today what is left of this
mighty kingdom is fighting for its life.
We cannot but admire the bravery of
the arms that are making a supreme ef
fort to guard what remains of the na
"The constructive missionary work in
Asia Minor, home of the Armenians,
has almost been wiped out," said Mr.
McNaughton. He said that before the
war there were US stations with 20
missionaries and 1310 native helpers in
this region, and that 158 organiie-1
churches were attended bs" congrega
tions aggregating 60,00 persons. There
were 450 colleges and sbcools attended
by nearly 26,000 pupils.
NO FEAR OF DEATH SHOWN
BY MISS CAVELLE, SLAIN
London.' Eng.. Oct. 23. Absolute
composure and no fear whatever of her
impending execution was shown by
Miss Edith Cavelle, who was executed
bv German officials in Belgium for aid
ing British and French prisoners to
..... AAApin.r tn a rffnart from He?.
H. P. T. Gahan, the British chaplain in
Brussels, maae puuaic nrt
Hs report said:
k. atnA that ah wished nil her
friuuiG n friuiv that she willimrlv gave
her life for her country and said:
"'I have no fear nor shrinking. I
have seen death so often that it is not
strange or fearful to me.'
"She furtner sam:
t thank ctnA for this ten weeks of
quiet before the end. My life has al
ways been nurnea ana iuii oi anii
culties; this time the rest has been a
great mercy. Tney nave a oeen very
kind to me here. But this I would say.
standing as I do in view of God and
....:.. T -..fin that nntrlntlstn is
not enough. I must have no hatred or
bitterness towara anyuim
LIEUT. COL. KUHN, U. S. A,
LEAVES FOR SERVIAN FRONT
Berlin, Germany, Oct 2S. TJeut. Col
Joseph E. Kuhn. military attache of
the American embassy here, leaves to
night for the Servian front, in company
with military attaches of other neutral
countries stationed in Berlin. The of
ficers will make their headquarters at
Lieut CoL Kuhn has Just returned
fromjL two months' stay at the western
grand headquarters, where he was pre
sented to emperor WHHarar last Sun
day. The emperor chatted with the
officer for ten minutes and evinced
particular interest when he learned
that Lieut CoL Kuhn belongs to the
engineer division of the American
URBALEJ0 WILL GIVE
BATTLE TO GEN. CALLES
Douglas, Ariz., Oct 23. The TaquI
chief. ITrbalejo, who is a Villa sympa
thizer, has led his troops from Naco,
Sonora, toward Anavachi Pass. 12 miles
from Agua Prieta. where Carranza
troops have been gathering to oppose
the advance of Gen. Villa from Chi
huahua. A battle, therefore, is ex
pected at that place.
Gen. Calles, the Carranza commander.
has ordered the Southern Pacific of
Mexico not to repair the bridges be
tween Xaco and Cananea, which were
burned by the retreating Naco garrison
Thursday and the day before. This
means, it is said, that the Cananea
mines must close down In a few days,
throwing out of employment approx
imately 2000 men.
GERMANS CHANGE FIGURES
OF BRITISH SHIPS SUNK
Berlin, Germany, Oct 23. (By wire
less to Sayville, L. I.) "Competent Ger
man authorities deny the announce
ment made in London on Oct 20 that
only 13 British merchant vessels and
175 British flrhing vessels had been
sunk by submarines up to October 14,"
says the Overseas News agency. "These
authorities states that up to the middle
of October 289 English trading vessels
had been sunk and that up to Sept 14.
275 .fishing vessels had been destroyed
as shown by the statements published
from time to time in English news
papers. These reports do not disclose
all the facts, and the actual number of
ships sunk In reality is still larger."
ji ft, n m i n t ii in t tit in i. mwnnsi,..
No Mom Mo Fbosphafe
Chinese Mob Wrecks School
Houses and Homes of Native
Trustees To Save the Idols
tie. ' n,na- - DJfflcul
fi thW w..b5t educational leaders
sriH b"t mst Chinese super
Pi?i re ""rated in a riot at
Ri5h raised by the conversion of a
school! monaatery into a public
iESf."eve?1 yeara the Sunching
"!? tery had been nsed 'n Par 'or
u!ti?.Urpos?&,.In deference to the
superstition of the villagers, however.
Se fno1 committee did not remove
tae idols of Kuanyin and other budd
nas iron the monastery until such a
step became necessary to make room
tor more pupils.
The monks were indignant and in
spired a number of hags to circulate
the report that Buddha Kuanyin had
by means of inspiration ordered them
to ask the countrymen to resist the re
moval of the images from the mon
Fired by the monastic warning, ex
cited countrymen organized a mob and
destroyed all the public school furni
ture and books. The mob then moved
against Messrs. Tsai and Tung, mem
bers of the public school committee,
and destroyed their homes. All the
shops and public buildings in the vil
lage closed to avoid the fury of the
mob. but no further damage was done.
The rioters all reside within the ju
risdiction of Shanghai officials who
are now attempting to locate the lead
ers of the mob. Buddhist monasteries
throughout China are falling into ruins
and their temples are badly neglected.
In many cases they are used as tea
houses or shops. Sometimes they are
even used as stables.
REN. PATH. RFNHFNVTAMPi: I
GOES ON RETIRED LIST
Petrograd, Ilussia, Oct 23 ivia Lon
don. Eng.) Gen. Paul Rennenkampff
has been placed on the retired list.
Gen. Rennenkampff came into great j
war. being regarded as one of the ablest
of the Russian commanders. Early in
the present war he led the Russian in
vasion of east Prussia. It was reported
In December that he had been super
seded because he was two days late in
taking up a position through which the
German armies advancing on Warsaw,
were to have been hemmed in.
FRENCH TRADE COMMISSION
WILL VISIT U. S. SOON
Paris, France. Oct 23. A French
commission of manufacturers, engi
neers, bankers and exporters will soon
visit the leading business centers of
the United States in the interest of
trade relations between the two coun
tries. The minister of agriculture will
be represented in the commission, which
will be headed by deputy Maurice Da
mour. secretary of the budget commit
tee of the chamber of deputies.
! RUSSIANS HALT ADVANCE
OF THE GERMAN ARMY
(ContlnaetV from pace one.)
erwise would not be considered com
patible with her friendly relations with
Germany to Control Food.
The German federal government has
decided to assume control or fwwi
throughout Germany to equalize distrt- !
bution and prices. Hitherto the 'state
provincial authorities have performed
this function. It is stated in Berlin that
the food supply is abundant
ON VERGE OF REVOLUTION
Manila. F. I.. Oct 23. Three Chinese
provinces, those of Kwantung. Kwang
si and Hunan, are on the verge of
revolution in their opposition to the
formation of a monarchy in China, ac
cording to information from a private
source believed to be reliable. It is said
that many guns have recently been
smuggled into Canton.
EL PASO PROSPECTS ATTRACT
RESTAURANTEURS TO EL PASO
Mrs. P. Louis. Gust Diamond and S. P.
Pomonis have arrived in the city from
San Antonio and will locate here. They
will enter the cafe business at 105 San
Antonio street and state that they will
open one of the most up to date place
in the city. They visited several cities
before coming to El Paso and say that
they found no place where business
conditions look as good as here.
GKUSrANS FORCK IIEI.GIAXS
INTO MILITARY SHIIVICK
London. Eng., Oct. 23. Belgians are
being forced into German military ser
vice, according to the Antwerp corres
pondent of the Amsterdam Telegraaf.
All Belgian former soldiers, members of
the civil guard and all men of military
age have been ordered to report them
selves. GERjmxv mux ci.osks
LIXES: HIDES MOVKMRNTS
Geneva. Switzerland, Oct 23. Ger
many again is closed from Basel to
Constance to travelers. Xo steamers
are allowed to approach the landings
on the German shore of Lake Con
It is assumed that the closing of the !
frontier is to keep Intelligence of the
movements of German troops from es
FOR3IER U. S. CITIZKXS
TO FIGHT FOR BRITAIN
Ottawa. Ont, Oct 23. A battalion of
former citizens of the United States
Is to be organized for service under the
British flag in Europe, according to an
announcement Friday night by Gen.
Samuel Hughes, minister of militia.
VALEXTIXK WOMEN IN HOSPITAL.
Mrs. J. T. Snelus, wife of the road
master of the G. H. at Valentine, was
operated on in Hotel TMu vpaierdar
and is dolnc nicely today. She was ac
companied to ki Paso by Mr. Snelns.
who has Just returned from Denver,
where he attended the InUrnatinnat
Farm congress as one of the delegates
irom -lexas, named by gov. Ferguson.
Senora Orozco Is Refused
Bond Money to Buy Layette
I For Her Posthumous Heir
Senora Paacual Oroxco will get none
of the 17500 bond money to purchase
the layette for the posthumous heir
of Gen. Orozco.
This was decided by federal judse
Thomas a Maxey In the federal court
Saturday morning; When Gen. Orozco
was killed his bond of $7500. which
was posted for his appearance in fed
eral court was declared forfeited.
Senora Orozco. a refugee in El Paso
and about to become a mother, ap
plied for her husband's bond to assist
in meeting the expenses of ber ex
pected baby and to support the Orozco
Attorneys for Mrs. Orozco argued
that Gen. Orozco had been killed be
fore the opening of the court term
at which he was to appear and the
bond had not been jumped. It was
a!so contended that Orozco was ar
rested and his bond arranged on Sun
day, making it illegal.
All of these arguments, plus the
stronser appeal of approaching moth
erhood, were waived aside by the court
and the bond declared forfeited. On
Orozco's bond were Max Moye, Ike and
Frank Alderete, Rudolf o Cruz and It
E. Thomason. Gen. Orozco, however,
furnished a part of the money him
self. The petit jury has been discharged,
the suit of the United States against
ten head of cattle decided in favor of
the government and court closeu ior
the October term Saturday afternoon.
Judge Thomas S. Maxey will go to Del
Rio to hold court
MANAGERS SAY NEVER WAS
A CHANCE TOSETTLE
(Continued From raze One.)
the evening. The attitude of the strik
ers revealed that they had been in
spired to renewed confidence. The
sheriff withdrew permits for the com
pany employes to operate the lighting
plant which supplied Clifton and por
tions of Morenpl. and strikers appointed
by the Western federation, took their
places. The ice plant was next taken
over by a mob which later visited the
electric substation at Clifton,
rarade Is Formed.
A mob of 2000 then marchsd from the
federation headquarters to the general
offices of the Arizona Copper company,
bearing flags and banners inscribed
with insulting texts. The cry of the mob
was, "Down with the managers.' Ed
ward Dawson, master mechanic of the
Arizona and New Mexican Railway
company, was seized on the street after
being pointed out to the mob. by a
deputy sheriff. Mr. Dawson's hat was
snatched from his head and his face
slapped repeatedly, and federation
strikers yelled 'throw him into the
Claim Sheriff's Office IncilTe.
"The sheriff was an inactive ob
server of this assault until he ap
proached Mr. Dawson and led him at
the head of the mob to the sheriff
office. Similar indigaitles were suf
fered during the day by seven companv
employes, who at last were 'rescued'
by the sheriff or his deputies and
taken to the sheriffs office 'for pro
tection.' Hostile demonstrations were
also made in Morenci against officials
of the Detroit Mining company and the
Arizona mining company.
Managers Leave District.
"The companies' managers then de
cided to leave the district, believing
the federation leaders planned employ-
I ing bands of Mexicans, led by Ameri
cans, to seize tne managers ana eu--ject
them to humiliation and possible
injurv," said the statement
"The managers left Clifton on October
2. Within a few minutes of their de.
parture on a special train," said the
statement "the sheriff and his deputy
gave chase in an automobile, striving
to intercept the train at Duncan. Fail
ing, they returned to Clifton and pro
cured a warrant for the arrest of the
managers on their arrival at Lords
burg. Managers Are Arrested; Released.
"The managers were arrested at
Lordsburg by telephoned demand on
a charge of felony based on the alle
gation that their departure from the
strike district tended to incite rioting
and hostile demonstrations. The sheriff
and his deputy hastened to Lordsburg
by automobile and insisted before a
local justice of the peace, that the mine
managers be tried upan a charge that
they 'were felons and fugitives from
Justice. The court found the charge
wholly unsupported by evidence and the
managers were placed on an El Paso
train under armed guard to prevent
Kidnapping, rne engineer ana iiremen
of the special train, upon their return
to Clifton were set upon and severely
beaten bv a mob."
-Mn Forced Into I nlon.
"Following the establishment of the
managers In El Paso." It was stated,
"the sheriff secured 32 militiamen from
governor Hunt. Meanwhile federation
leaders were alleged to have made a
house to house canvass of Morenci and
Metcalf, 'forcing workmen to Join the
"Bends of Mexicans, led by American
lieutenants di me iraerBiiuu, 11 a
stated, "rounded up nonunion men who
lieutenants of the federation." it was
were dragged from their homes and
beaten. Thev were then offered the
alternative of leaving town or affiliat
ing with the federation. Nearly 100
'ictims of mobs have since made affi
davits as to violence visited upon them.
A reign of terror existed in the dis
trict While it prevailed, from October
4 to October 8. governor Hunt issued
statements and reported that perfect
order was being maintained in the
Letters to Governor.
' The statement then takes up the cor
respondence with Gov. Hunt from El
Paso, already published, in which the
mine managers renewed exnressions of
desire to confer with an employes'
committee, and concludes:
"Although cognizant of the fact that
conditions in the district had changed
swifty under Western federation in
fluence, and that such committee as
would represent fairly the interests of
old employes, would be dfificult to se
cure, the mine managers waived their
technical rights and sought joint con
ference with the representatives of tha
- Say I.at Committee In Dominated.
"It was not until October IS that a
committee not absolutely dominated tv
the Western federation arrived in HI
Paso. Even this committee was -o
handicapped by Western federation in
fluence that its efforts were unavailing
and the conferences were concluded "
BEGIN WAR ON ILLICIT
LIQUOR MEN AT HARLINGEN
Austin, Texas, Oct. 23. Through tb?
activities of the controlers department
aeven "blind tigers" have been closed
at Harlingen, in southwest Texas.
It has developed that there are hun- j
dreds of Illicit liquor places in that part
of Texas, and a campaign to put them
out of business is oeing wacred by the j
department . The aid of the attorney I
general's department has been obtained I
to carry out the plans. I
LES DARCY DEFEATS !
JIMMY CLABBY ON POINTS j
ffjaney, is. . v ., ijcu z. iea uarcy, j
me ausirHiian miauieweiKni pugilist
toda Li eat on points Jimmy Clabby, of J
Hammond, Ind, claimant of the world's
miariieweiRnt cnamplonsnip at the
X st the Nanio flue for our h-'t
rtenchM rt Shop.
C t, 2.:tMi-,l Ujnk Bl-Tg Adv
I OWNER OF LAND ABUTTING
I LAKE CANNOT CLAIM BED
Austin. Texas, Oct. 23. It was held
, today by judge C. A. Willcox, of the
2th district court that the ownership
I of land abutting a.lake or fresh water
I stream in Texas ora uwi :--": ""- :,
the lake bed or land at the bottom of
i the lake. , .
' This holding was in the case of the
I state against John J. Welder, in whicn
i the defendant sought to obtain posses
) sion of 5000 acres at the bottom of
' Green lake, Calhoun county.
WEEK'S STEEL ORDERS
TOTAL 800,000 TONS
! New York. Oct. 23. Business booked
by the steel mills during me wee ami (
made public today, show that the enor- ;
... mi.l nf nearlv 800.000 tons was J
contracted for. Orders for projectiles
I from France and Russia, it is stated,
aggregated a value of 340.000.000.
i EVERT WOMAN
IN EL PASO
HAS A KICK COMING J
In this day of fast living . nd money
grabbing it seems to be the rule in El
Paso as well as elsewhi . . " re eive
pay and give as little in return as pos
sible. However, the women of this city
are becoming educated to the fact that
they don't have to be humbugged any
longer. Are you getting 100 cents
worth of service for ev - dollar ex
pended? Stop your laundry worries. Let our
little friends Spick and Span of the
Elite take charge of your laundry and
you'll always receive the mest courteous
treatment, quickest service end par ex
cellence work. Their few mistakes are
quickly and satisfactorily rectified by
phoning Mr. Geo. W. Mitchell or Mr. W.
L. Edgar. Advertisement
The Shooting of Dan McGrew. a story
of the great northwest founded on the
eternal triangle a keen red-blooded
story, full of intense interest, from
cover to cover. Sc El Paso Book
Co Mills Bldg. "It's Handy." .dv.
Nicholas II.. Braptr.r of Russia,
was born at St- Petersburg on the 18 th
of Hay. 18S8. the son of Alexander III.
and of Dagmar. Princess of Denmark
and sister of the Dowager C-ieen of
Nicholas received the thorough edu
cation of a Russian Grand Duke, and
this necessarily included some training:
In military affairs and in soldierly
qualities: but bis personal tastes did
not lead hir- to pursue studies in this
direction. Indeed, while sharing the
interests of highly cultivated gentle
men, it has been recorded of him that
he is never happier than when encaged
in the refined pleasures of the family
Nicholas succeeded his father as Em
peror of Russia on the 1st of Novem
ber. 184. Later in the same month,
on the 26 th. he was married to Princess
Alix of Kesse, a granddaughter of
Queen Victoria, thus strengthening his
connection with the ' English Royal
family. Nicholas and George V., sons
of Royal sisters of Denmark, are well
known to strongly resemble each other.
Eighteen months after his accession to
the,throne the coronation of Nicholas
II. and his Empress was conducted in
Moscow with great pomp and cere
On August 10. 18S7. Ucholas granted
an Imperial Warrant to Steinway and
The EI Paso Piano Co- W. R. Schutz.
Prop., are sole agents in El Paso and
vicinity for the Steinway Pianos and
Steinway Pianola Pianos. 208 (south
side) Texas street Advertisement
A lovely hand embroidered Japanese
silk kimono should be Included In the
bride's trousseau. A varirty of dainty
Uracil's Art Shop.
City National Bank Bldg. Adv
A Midday Treat
The popularity of our Fountain In
the MlUs Building is increasing daily.
In addition to appetizing hot Drinks
we are now serving Sandwiches. These
Sandwiches are made from the best in
gredients possible and one of them
with either a hot or cold drink -will
make the inner man feel about rieht
Get into the habit of taking a light
lunch at the Fountain.
Seott "White Co.
"Safety First" Druggists.
Our Wedding Invitations and An
nouncements are made in El Paso.
When yon want yours made call on
us. We do a high class type of en
graving, and use only the best grade
paper. Only house in El Paso doing
this work. El Paso Printing Co 1M
W Main St Phone S7. Adv.
Genuine Madeira linens for that wed
ding gift. Exquisitely hand embroid
ered designs in luncheon sets, doilies,
napkins, table covers, handkerchiefs,
etc.. on display at
IIeach" Art Shop.
City National Bank Bldg. Adv.
You will find the gooc old fashioned
flavor in Sulzberger's Majestic Hams
and Bacon. "Deliciously Different"
Phone your dealer now. Adv.
Superfluous nair. rr.oles, skin blem
ishes removed. Mrs. Grace Benson.
Dermatologist 29 Hollenbeck. over
Watson's Grocery. Advartlsemest.
Kothlng so delicious as Sulzberger's
Majestic Ham and Bacon. "Deliciously
Different" prepared in your favorite
See Us For Klectriral Fixture
to harmonize with your interior dec
orations. I1 Pao Electrical Supply Co.
J. B. Blnkley. Msx. 349 Myrtle.
Opposite City Hall Tark.
Upholstering. Pu Sang & Wellborn. -Advertisement.
We Are the Largest
ems ana Awiiin&s
IN THE SOUTHWEST
Special order work and mail orders given especial attention.
Just received a car load of Tent and Camp Furniture everything to
make camp life a pleasure.
314 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
Chamber of Commerce Next Door.
of Sc counting
are strictly adhered to by the First National Bank and com
prise the most up-to-date devices for the safe and prompt
dis--'ch of banking transactions.
Accounts subject to check are invited.
The First NatiomlBmk
EL PASO, TEXAS
Stylish Fall Frocks
of contrasting materials
easily made at home
Fashion changes for
the Fall and Winter
are numerous. Last
Winter's fashions are
not this season's styles
the new '
NOW ON SALE '
is adtordy on new styles.
Profujclj iHoiirated ia color.
Smart Aftcmu S&I
MaCaU PUtn No. 27. W
( sfaowfac mv other t
THE BOSTON STORE
EL PASO, TEXAS
THOUSANDS OF WOMEN
JOIN IN SUFFRAGE PARADE
New Tork. Oct 13. Suffrage leaders
today mobilized thousands of women
and several thousand men for the
march up Fifth avenue which the
leaders devised for the greatest demon
stration ever made in favor of woman
suffrage. Leaders stated fully 25.000
women were in line. In addition to
the women more than 10,000 men
marched in the parade.
The chief feature of this year's inarch. ,
aside from the numerical strength, was
the mother and child division. Scores -of
children in baby carriages, decorated I
with yellow ami white or purple, white !
and green ribbons, were included in this ,
THESE NUMBERS WIN 1
2177 has won the first prize and It Is
ordained that 217C will surely win the
second. The first prize is represented .
by Spick and the second by Span. The
hundreds of new telephone calls have
made it necessary to install an addi- .
tional telephone number of which is
:iio xne reason lur inis ejLifAiiaiuu
movement and additional telephone is
attributed to the activity of Snick and
Span, the bi.y won - s of The Elite
H. J. Collins, Mgr.
McCsn ntm Xm. ctu-
CTM. One tf tte auaj Dew
BtjtM ft ywmir. '
IS THE PRODUCT OF THE
It costs a little more than some
other products, but when deal
ing with us. you get the best
there is and the very best or
Do not fail to give us your
The Clean Dairy
'o More Dread of the Denial Chair.
ffflJB ) No
B thr New Method of Dentistry we can ex
tract, fl'l. or crown your teeth absolutely
w.ihout the lemat panicle of pain No co
caine or any of its derivatives nsed In any N
ZVOTI We are not competing
with cheap advertising; dentists,
but with first-class ethicial men
at one-half their prices.
Full Sets Teeth, each S7.30 up
Gold Crowns $3.00
Other Work in Proportion.
All Work Goaraaterd In WritiOE 10 Yearn.
New System Dental Parlors
or. KI Pao and San nt nIo Sts.
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t Spanish and German Spoken. Open ETenlnyi.
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