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"Work-End Edition. Xm ember J7-28, 1D15.
JP. qsiiiippimpMjjQT Dii'p'iSiiijiPUD! SiuhUrtiubUOD Issues Orders to Deputy Col lectors to Seep Watch for Ammunition. NEWS BREVITIES LOCAL AND . P. N G R I. Train llullrlln. Advertisement. that it dropped from bis pocket and auiu unritn. a mat 11. uroppea af ternoon and night trains for to- I wa discharged, re renorted nn Hm . i uaj are reported on tic UM' tii Che lake i -Miner Tiv oli bound from Baltimore for Crisfield. was burned to the waters edge Fnda night off Thomas"s Point, about SO miles down the baj The 25 passengers v rr, re, i.p,i b the tcamers Florida ind Kirhmotid. wlio responded to wire less calls for help Additional British I.hbh Arranged. 5ew Tork, Xot. Z The committee of bankers whitl- recently was organ ized to perfect an additional British commercial credit, announced Friday that a six months loan for t50.tM.000. bearing 4 1-! percent interest, and se cured by tl.00rt.0oo pounds stern i"T British government bonds, had b-rii arranged Dr. Jamlrson. diseases of Kidney.Bli'l der. Skin and Rectum, CIS Mills Bids Dr. Hills Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary Cm. IU Wcll. Osteonatfc. 44-5 i Dr ,rm w Collbw. physician in chief; Bldg.. Tel 107. ResfSSo p. Alkire. lady speciafist: Dt. Carl wwswu, V( wsj JlllMVIifl BUWh XJ Rl Pas Distilled Water Co, Pfe 4t9. cur others. They can core yon. lr. Bltrrt. deittitft, Jlfi-tU Mills Bid?; t -Xl E Overland St. A est time yon eat try the Turf Cafe. I ' r o' i Liol -. 1 niirc i t tlK isj re 01 -. ( o ib isjvj i Ml ic it- Kiii!; to caue t u-i m force working nuKijiiiic of munition of extra precaution owruiux nw order se.:l to .tors J. L Uwyer at the UronJ station Joint mare- i id M Mtt&uo at the inter- ti l L- J yea. Inrtruetlnjp them that Le held strictly account - v ii shipments to Mexico i t fi denartnMknts. ti antll is that tbe hold all urifR vHem responsible for all i - uiefl to p-event the smug i o and tart i i&Kca to Juare il-u i siicd, tnd the eatpfaaLic i'it w. Ls made chat everr in- ii .nc customs dcpni t'rem U his da tics in pre nt ins -'i i, arid l suLJctt to 4i . , ns ,'U t ltxtor Dv . ti T.as told t ll ! L th rail rojte l1 :l turs v i jM h luri.lsncd to wit- i he icr line of a I! oars ami seal m ton -, in . . nt of thi ills f . aero, t i Dr.lana Ueara.Buc.kIcr Bid over Klite. MUsIco 1'ntntv Ch-tu J' Soqt srOc-T Notice K. ). l&aiclex. Tuc funeral of Brother C. S. Baker of Bisbce Arizona Aerie, will be held bunda, 2 p m . from Peak's chapeL All members aid tsitlus brothers are urged to attend J s. vF. Doope. Secy. slimed bis pr2.;iiL. CIS Mills Bids. henry drciied oultr daily. Kulton Mkt ' Dr. Ilauekert. dent.kt Mills Bis ph.48S? Mlicr Kfus Care. :9 San Antonio St j Dr. lVarrc Cteopathic Phvs gor. 1 :02 MIlli, Bldg Phone 4S. ' I. s. t ttuiia Uiricihlr. l'or.mouth N H . N-r. S7. Work on a dinsible jr balloon for the navy t u ill beem at tho' nu yard here on I Dec 15. it is .in-iounced The airship will be 175 fiet lone and SO feet in I diameter. It will cost S30.000. and na- i al enjrinee-c estimate the work will , be completed in a morth. 1 Man Held Iw llffieerH. ilsnacio Garcia was arrested by de tective George Harold. Friday after i noon, and is beins; held for sheriff i Hayms. of AlamoRordo, N. M.. when i he is Aid to be wanted. I)r. Milirrlcr, Osteopath. 410 MUls Bid ; I!iIon "tuodlrx. ask your grocer BelKlna Had Hit Kemnto. Washington. . C. Mo zl. Jeanne. a 14 months old Belgian bab girl, re cently brought to New York by wa of England, will be permitted to remain : in tba United Slate? under a dw is'ou b the immigration bureau Friday, overruling ji deportation order of its officers at New York- The cage was i brought to the bureau by counsel for Mrs. Perc Proctor, former! baronesj von Klaetuss. ,who has agreed to adopt the child. I ; rfl ' The Greatest Early Fall nh , Shoe Sale of the Season M j Sale Starts Monday mHi I i , zr. i rr4TV;t-.... uj .41. sKn Ashamed of her bad complexion I f r j, to", are embarrassed by a T id v , biotclw , unsigliU complex i i, r re cnances out of ten Resinol Soap will clear it T t trv Resinol Soap for a ireeic (I ." ! it docs not muke a blessed (JiPcrence in jour skin. It alsp ' sto make red. rous.ii hands and r 's soft and wlutc. I -r e- or stubborn cas. Resize ' Scip .. - r urf br a l-ttl- Kes not 0-ntoei.L i i soM -7a!lD-asiste- Frrtrullro, r-r " to Deru 1-P. Resuwl. Blltimare, Sfd. Utnaer 2e. Short ortlers. Home cook"- ' ing. Jiooraecuc, CIO E. San Antonio. Dr. Carl bmith, 327 1st NaL Bk. bldg. lSncbilndaH and tamalas ery pighc ; American and Spanish Cafe. 417 -Mesa. I'rcb ictbim fruits, game. FuKou Mki . i I'resb eulf f.sh. oysters, faltoo atkc , I.citell Be careful Of rour basi;ae t ' checlts Leaie at lmgwells. Tc. I -Dail" Hurnbaai n (iraodfMu j A son T.as born to Edward Burnham and wife in an Franelseo. Nov. M. ilr. Burnham is a son of Parker Burnham. "7E kave decided to. embrace m tLis sale all tlie early fall stoes, which have been sola down to a few pairs in each style at a tremendous sacri fice and if you are fortunate enough to get your size m any of these shoes you won't have to pay as much as half their original price m many cases. Dr. Bryan. Dentist. Herald Bldg. Mission llararoni. ask your grocer. Charxrd With forryinc 1'Uli.I. P. Ankerson si as arrested Fnda night on a charxc of carrin.r a pis- to! He explained :hat he was fored I to be out hue at nifrht and that he Sunny Monday bluing, ask your grocer I'lrl.nlel: Cafe. 405 N. Oregon. 1000 Pairs Early Fall Shoes I'red c KDi.limscrs annsMnces he has removed his law offices from 405 , Caples Cuilding to 501-10: Caples , Building Phone 87k. j iramcr IlKronz Baltimore, lid. Nov 11. wireless I carried the plnol for protect -on and dispatch" late Fnda night announced , MACKEY HEARING P0STP0MED; SAYS KE WILL BE FREED County ctttinsy C V. Croom ass-stcl b; W J Bsjan. ioo the names of all the witnesses in the case of the state ' treus Donald Mattes, charged wlili, rruitier In connttion with the aeath of Stec Vatv. at a special session Fri day aftcnon. Iho prtllrcm-rj hearing was set for : oclock ndav but ipon request ot tounsel fo- the de-eudant was iiost ucnea to Mor.lay afternoon at i oclock. ' 3. W. ?ta-itcj has been retained b , the defence. J W Ramage. business ageit for the Carnente-s' jniu.i of sinlch Macktj was a memlcr. is look-; ins after Hackey s interests. Mackej is In the (.j.'iitj jail and onfideni that he wili t- Jiauitted. He states! tjat he f xr ' to p i-scnt evidenci that will iomp ttely (.Icar him in th.t tr-al In Broken Lots, Former Price $5.00 to $7.50 Choice Pa i ' CORONATION CEREMONIALS AT KIOTO END; MIKADO DEPARTS I Kioto Japan, No J7 Th period i of coronation ceremonies, which has lasted th-ee week, wes brousrbt to a i close so far as Kioto is concerned wit the departure tudaj of the emperor 1 pvd court for the modern capital of , Tokjo, percjonent seat of the imperial : no use Remember, Guarantee Shoes Are "Different7' NOTICE: We Will Not Reiund the Money or Exchange Any of These Shoes Hosts of oeople streamed into the i old capital from everj nook and tor- ner of the count r to witness the im perial procession to and from the pal ace to the anous ceremonial gromdf MISSOURI PACIFIC MAY SUE . GOULD FOR PROPERTY HELD ; St Louis, Mo. No 27 B F Bush, j receiver for th Missouri Pacific rail- roau. toda was authorized to file suit in the federal district court here "to1 recover from George -Gould propertj , which the latter U said to hold 1b trust, protldod Gould does not sur i. ider the title to tie proper t m 30 , wmmmmtii Spe rices n SU. KNIVES AND FORKS STOLEN FROM BOSTON STORE WAGON I Sis knives and sis forks were stolen i frum the delivery wagon of the Boston I ctore Fridajr afternoon while the magop was n-aklns deliTeries. Mrs. A J Kelly, of 111 North Kansas ' street tenoned the theft of an opera j rape and a coat from her home, titer hc co'it was found in a pawn shop on ; Si.ut.1 e.1 Paco street. ' ' Ventura Caltlcr had a suit case; ( icn frum his room at Lon street j I idn night Continues All Week sin s None of our sales have made a bigger hit than this. . $3.00 to $5.00 Evening Slippers for just We haie a few left near Manhattan Heights that we intend to dispose of. Lots 24 to 32 Block 37-H. P. North fronts on San Jose St Just across street from Highland school and 175 to 400 feet from.paement in Manhattan, Sewer and water lines in alley. Two blocks from car line. Neighboring property worth S350 to $400. Price on easy company terms, $250 each. Lots 4 to 9 Block 34-;-H. P. Thee lots are 75 to 200 feet from street car. Two blocks from best part of Alamo Heights. However, they are low and rough and we will sell for only $100 and $125 each on easy company terms. At thece prices they are bound to be a good buy. Lots17,18,19Block-39H.P. A corner, two good and one rough. High, near school, near Alamo Heights, near car line, wilf sell for $30 cash, balance monthly, without interest or taxes. Three together for $600. This addition has some of the prettiest property in El Paso. Mewstian investment I DELEWARE LINE HAS MORE FREIGHT THAN IT CAN MOVE Vest Tork No T - The Ilaware. . LatKawanna and Western railroad. nhnse lines are choked, as fa- back . i r- Scranton. with loaded freight cars, it eaunot more, todaj instructed its I agents to iceept no more freight for , cporl unitl f' rter rotic i Sale Starts GREATER EL PA507 5 'GREATEST SHOE STORE L Monday (Tup. I J SHOE- COMPANY-- Sale Starts Monday 203 MESA Agents Laird-Schober Fine Shoes For Women t r TWrr-mr jg&.s:,c,'&v$ ft! i ,r lit-' & 5 . I j--sajr-Li f-i'r3 ' 3- Tsa r-f ?3 tV JUr -ds 3i; I ?-!! -.L .?.- - V '. -'. rrTx v --"& r -. - . Phoae 550. 100 San Antonio St. WAmm i1 iLfra;i": :. I'B II i 'U lay i ' liiil-Hl INN fcLyf7 iojL A 8fe& iiliB'i'lii'i'1, 1 n !'n! .,' .?; '! ii isgBflt Igjjiq !!f fflWl !i ? i ! 1 IMIOt I B H iiea aSMBBIjBosSlgy.tyo aPaJsSBSksB''0c ', J?MaaBS5SR We are especially enthusiastic ever our HUG DEPAiii3NT7 and at all times you will find the assortment larger and the values better than are of fered elsewhere; hut for this week we go ourselves one better and offer some HXFA SPECIAL prices on RUGS that s Stcud ap peal to you, if you need a rug now or expect to need one any time in the near future. We are prepared for the Christmas business 7r-7 rir 3.61 .1 1.1 ffG fc- T 7, i,s,,,sw;ii ri o n..KH '. jaunduiivtiEs, rid., ec nciuin On Saje Daily Limit May 31st. Tyrone Ail Wool Kygs .. ' vVssaBh. r tfarSL. .ravxS Size 9x6.. Regular price $10.00. fi? C? (f Special Price JpiDoUU Sie 9x9. .Regular. Price $14.00. rt wt rr Special Price. .. .- $ .)) Size 9x9. Regular Price $16.00. Special Price 1 6x9 Wool and Fiber Rugs. f A Qg Special .'tpfir.OD 8.3x10.6 Wool and Fiber Rugs. ri w f p Special tj .OS 8.3x10.6 Brussels Rugs. tt?0 Q Special v i O i tteguiar 91 1 Velvet Rugs. Special v . 9x12 Axminoter Rugs. Special 9x12 Seamless Velvet Rugs. Special rices $13.85 $16.95 ..$18.75 II Rugs Extra Special: SPL.CIU. TLIIJIS TO SCHOOL AMI COLLEGE. CUB". ON ILL ATHLETIC GOODS "We I'urnlnh TuII l:.iHlpmml. r.uaranteed First Class. Get Our 'peelal Prices. , SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. P O H-ix n Ptone ITS. 301-303 -. 1.1 Mrrct. 'IjN - I 1 I V I v - t LX. 8 l i. I f 27x54 Velvet Rugb, QC 36xb3 Wool and (M IK 27x54 Axminster t?1 K 36x63 Axminster COCK I Special Ul Fiber Russ, Special !" Rugs, Special. . . . $ l-T"" Rugs, Special p.0sj M I g8rS Flir nltUrtS CE 108-10-12 North Stanton 1 i m