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i i i HUERTA TO ATTEND EL PASO PROVISIONAL president Adolfo de la Hoerta. of Mexico, has wired his acceptance of an invitation to attend the international exposition and military carnival in 1 Paso. Silvestre Terrazas. general man Hgrr of La Patrla. a Spanish language newspaper published in 1 Paso, tired president de la Hnerta an invi tation Auemst 29. acting as a mem ber of the invitations committee. Mr. Terrazaa received the reply Saturday from Miguel Alessio Robles. private secretary to the Mexican president. President de la Huerta said he would he hre Oct. 5 and 6, if possible. If anvthing happens that he cannot come he will send some prominent representative, probably a cabinet of ficer. In his telegram president de la Huerta also congratulates 1 Paso on her plans for a trade excursion into Mexico. he president save assur ances of a warm welcome and will extend a personal welcome when the business men reach Mexico City, he -a ired. Band Kay Play. ; E! Paso may have not only Mexico's rresident here, but a 100 piece band from Mexico City. The band, accord ng to plans, is to play here October fi Mexican day, on its way to the Texas state fair a Dallas. The ar rangements for the band are being1 made by the Mexican committee of the exposition organisation. Luis Montes de Oca, Mexican consul here, i chairman of the committee. At the BIG WELL AT . SIPE SPRINGS IS BROUGHT IN Sipe Springs. Texas. Sept. i. The first thousand barrel oiler to be brought In In the Sipe Springs district nas just been completed by me At lantic Oil Refinlnsr eomoaDT. Zt is he No. 1 Fields, situated sooth and -i "st or Gorman. The wan was snot .:th COO quarts of nltroelyoerin in i he Caddo lime between 1189 and H 75 fet and responded with its large flow two hours later. The production is . omlng from the lower sand around 1'300 feet. The Puett well in the same neigh borhood is now flowing 100 barrels from a lime formation near 330. feet. other wells !n thrs formation will be ot. BELL WELL GAS B&NG USED AS DRILLING FUEL Pecos. Texas, Sept 4. Gas coming from the Bell discovery well has again been turned into the boilers and is being used as fuel. The pres sure grew eo great late yesterday. that" the former connections were made, and the flow is strong enough to provide fuel for the pump. The ncreased showing of oil caused the flow ofTrnid from the well t be turned Into th tanks. Vhere the uater can be drained off. The strong sulphur smell that was evident when pumping was first started is now ab sent, and this is taken as a sign that the sulphur witter has been ent out and that the water now being pumped ,5 that which had penetrated into the oil rands during the period when v-ater stood in the well, and had gone 'o far into the sands that it was purified. Oil is sgain malting its appearance on the slush pit of the Bell-Reeves. This oil is apparently from the shale and sand found at about 1100 feet. The River well of the Dominion O-i company has passed 14W feet. The Soda Lake well is still abut down awaiting the arrival of casing, lost in the congestion east of Lake Warfield. Tne needed tools have arrived to permit the Lubbock-Pecos well In hlock 72. public school lands, to re sume drilling. This well was halted at 70 feet a number of weeks ago. A BETTER OUTLOOK FOR OIL AROUND BIG SPRING Big Spring. Texas, Sept. 4. The McDowell No. 1 is on the pump wtth sii increasing production. The Gen eral Oil company's remaining four operations in this territory are mak ing good progress. The Sandhill Is drilling around 210A feet. It Is the deepest of the four tests. Following the excellent showing encountered in the Texas & Pacific No 1 of the underwriters' company, t.Sans have been made to increase the concern's activities in this district. The Omaha-Texas Oil company's test has resumed drilling after being shot aown about a week. The 15 inch casing Is being set In the Enders Cushing No. 1 well at M0 leet. On the Qulnn ranch the No. 1 is temporarily shut down. Just as soon as the necessary casing arrives work -ill be resumed. This company has struck an oil bearing strata in Its well which seems to be the same fsr tnation encountered In the General On company's McDowell test. It Is being closely watched. ADAMANA WELL SHOOTSxGAS FROM 2140 FOOT DEPTH Holbrook. Ariz, Sept. 4. Gas -is coming from the Adamana well. It was tapped in a soft bine formation at a depth of 214 feet, where opera tions were stopped for casing the well. The gas has been rising Kemp-Munger-A lien Production Bigger WICHITA FALLS, Tex, Sept. 4. A 1000 barrel a day Increase is noted in the now famous Kamp-Munger-Allen district. The entire Wichita district is producing approximately 90,000 barrels of crude oil daily. Seventy thousand barrels of this comas from Burk burnett: 10,500 barrels from Elec tra: 7800 barrels from Kerap-Munger-AIlen and Iowa Park each. Are You SAVINGTHE WRONG DOIXAR? Most people try to saw & wroar JoBar. Tbr PT TC7Tthiar el fsnt. then try to mt wbat is left, loveeiar. eta tie KriebclSrttematie Savmc PSaa lcara how to caryct this fault, foad rha on Mrs! "I learned that I bad hn trjiac tesarathsiwroasdoBar tbe last Boaovtvfthtt pay envelop. The Kriabel PUa nnta nnaf the risfct dollar-tba fatt one ovtof tho pmy envelope. 1 fcKsd oat thai sarmx mooay and inrwt&XK it in moaod stocks and Loads on the Kriabel Plan U the craaiast cmna in the world, Ore 97 e-riCrUhel InTcsloia compIt their contracts. Shall wo wad yoa Gttinc Ahead, tho fasci&attes story of Pater Pcrfcmsr It explains the Kriebel Plan, and it's free. Ikrxebel&cg, INVESTMENT BA34TCER3 157 So.LaS.Jl- St. - Cteca.fr. Dl. CARNIVAL chamhur of commerce Saturday it was said the Mexican committee is making a fine showing. It is made UD OK jnarez easiness iuvu uu -. fldals and prominent Spanish speak' ins- Anutrieana on this side. The Mexican exhibit is to be housed in a special exhibit at Kansas and Overbad streets. An effort will be mad at s. conference to be held be tween Manuel Prie. administrator of tbe port OI Juarez ana n. . x- p enter, deputy collector of customs here, to have the duty removed on exhtbhfe to be brought to the exposi tion frttti Mexico. An effort also will be made to have passport restrictions luted lor we ceieorauon. At a meeting of a special commit tee on booths at the chamber of com merce Saturday prices were fixed for exhibit spaoes. Outside booths are to be $25 and $3. There will be more than loo oi tnese, arouna jjiuchjt um.ii. dfum for inxid booths will be from $45 to 75. There will be about 45 of these. The committee on booths consists of George R. LeBaron, Scott White, Law rence Gardner. W. H. Glenn and Ed Sanders. The oooins space win go on ... TnMav morninar at the cham ber of commerce. R. J. Pritchard will have charge cX reservations for the manufacturers. Fred Tockle wfil have charge of the booths lor the re tiiun m4 Miss Constance Pateman and Rufe March will have charge of the booths for tee joooers. .MATRIMONIAL QUADRANGLE LEGAL PUZZLE New Tort. Sept. 4. Ellis Island of ficisls struggled today to straighten out a peculiar matrimonial quad rangle. Bomolo Georgini, and Catherina Heuaiari. acklowledged "common law man and' vrifc and former Sew Yorkers, are seeking to reenter the eountxy with their three children af ter living in Italy for the last five years. The man has a legal wife, who left him here and now is living In Italy, and the woman has a lawf al husband, Henry Bombara. who ar rived here today from Chicago. ' The woman was confronted by both hasbands at the court of inquiry and rasked what she wanted done. Sob bing, she begged the court to "take me to my old mother." The mother, who lives to Brooklyn, was given one of the children today, but the others, who are natives of Italy, are betas; held with their parents. Bom bara expressed wllingness to take back his wife and the children by the common law husband. Georgini said hat would marry the woman if he oeaa get a divorce from his wife In Italy. Bombara has appealed to "WasMnr- "tajn for a Anal ruling and the common law- lamuy -win oe Kept on juis .is land until it is received. through TN feet of salt water. For several hundred feet the drill has been going down through alternating layers of sandstones, limestone and rock salt. These formations have been exactly the same as found In the Hopl well, which now is blocked by lost tools at SCO feet of depth. The Holbrook company's well is down 1(00 feet and is to he driven to 3W feet. If found necessary. The Zunl is down 400 feet. The Adamana well is expectedto prove, at least a big gas producer. BIG WBLLS OS -COAST. Houston. Texas. Sept. 4. The !6,Me barrel gushed of the Texas company In the wesuoiumoia tteia nas Deen cut to SO.MvbBrrels daily, owing to sand ana shale which appears to be gradaalls- closing tip the hole. AtGoese Creek the Gulf Production company's No. 19 Hoffman Gailliard is making a aauy now oi im oaxreia. haying Increased Its original flow of 2tv barrels dally. NEW XACOGDOCHES WELL. XAr.ordoe&ea. Texas. Sent. 4. A 36 barrel well has been brought in by the Fort Worth Oil company, operat ing In the Nacogdoches field. This test has been pronounced the largest shal low well in the district. RECRUITING OFFICERS LEAVE FOR INSPECTION CoL S. B. Gohn and CoL A. A. King, army recruiting officers here. left Friday for an Inspection trip of a week through Texas, aiaj. a. u. ijoy kendall and Lieut- McAllster. of the local recrojtins service, have gone to New Mexico. Announcement of a f SO bonus to be awarded the recruiter who obtains the greatest number of men In Sep- Mmber has been received from Wash gtOB, D. C THE WEATHER V. S. DEPARTMENT OP AOBICCI.TCEE, "IVEATHEB BDBEAU. Oberratlos taken at t a. n. 7Sth me- rldiu time, Sept. i. 1.29, forecasts t "EH Faso and rtela lty: Partly chwfiy wttb probably thun der showers toslcat and Sonday. New Mexico: Un settled with possibly showers tonight or trasoay. Arisooa: General ly fair toclzbt and Sunday. West Texas: To nJcht and Sunday partly cloody with probably thunder showers north end extreme west portions. Relatire humidity In El Paso at noon Saturday was tl percent; tetnperstnre at oon waa tt derrees. Precipitation last 24 hours (iMhet) kWODY .e-Hcl'Oj cteT a X-v? ketone V-jr! By APPOflT- gft State of weathei" Lowest Temp, last nlsnt 1 Highest Temp, yest'dy f J Temp, it t l m 1 I I Abrtene C2 84 M PLCMy. . Amartllo ts is, m CloQdy ... Atlanta C 74 M Ratn tl Chlcaro C4 PtQdy. ... Cincinnati M 74 H Pt-Qdy. ... InTer 48 70 48 Cloody ... Ertilatlv M S4 4S Pt-Cldy. ... EL PASO 66 83 06 Clear Galreston 78 tt 74 Clear .48 Havre 4C .. 48 Clear ... Kansas City C4 78 62 Rtl .! UtUe Bock 84 80 81 Pt-Cidr- ... ts Anctles 84 88 4 Ootidy ... New Orleans 74 SB 72 Pt-CIdy. -34 Hew York 88 74 S3 Clear Phoenix 74 184 71 Clear Roswell 88 .. SS Clear .24 St. Louis 88 78 58 Cleady ... Salt Lake City 88 S4 88 Pt-Cldy.-.. San Antonio 74 93 74 Clear SaaTraneiseo ....84 82 Cloody ... Santa Fe 74 S3 PtCldy. ... Seattle 88 74 88 Cloudy ... Washington 88 74 S3 PLCldy. ... ComparaUTO EI Paso Pre<at.oo Jan. 1 to Sept. 8. t&eisslve. 1818. S.74 In Jan. 1 to Sept. . inclusive. 117. 5.88 in. Jan. 1 to Sept. S, 1bc1q1v. U1R. 5.28 Id. Jan. 1 to Sept. S. laclnslre, 1819. 4.8S In. Jan. 1 to Sept. 2. InclsslTe. 1920. 5.44 In. Normal Jan. 1 !e SapL S. Inclusive, 6.S2 In. HOLD FORMER BIG LEAGUES. Juan Chacon, who claims that he was once ablg league hall player, waived hearing; when arraigned he fore United States commissioner A. J. W. Schmld Saturday on a charge of purchasing a small quantity of narcotics. Chacon was held on a bond of 11000. Tod Po-well left Saturday for a visit of three days on the Ruidoso, RAIN REPORTS IN ARGENTINA LOWER GRAINS Chicago. Ill, Sept. Selllns by cash houses caused a break in wheat at the start today, but a Quick reac tion, doe to some buying; by houses with eastern connections, carried nHr. nmrri Aft.- nn.nlnc IX! fa Sc lower, with December JtK Jol J2.40 and March j:.J6. the razftetl soon recovered more of the loss. llains in Argentina had a de pressing influence on the market, and this, coupled with free selling later caused a reaction which carried the market below yesterday's finish. The closing was unsettled with prices lit to Hit lower, with December 2.J9li to $2.38 Vi and March z.Stt to J 2.36.' Corn prices held within narrow limits. Some professionals attempted early to advance the deferred deliv eries. After starting c lower to c higher, with September !Lz7 to J1.J8H and December tUSK to ?1.1S. a -reaction carried on deliv eries above yesterday's finish. September corn broke to a new low mark when there was free selling on the early advances but the deferred deliveries failed to follow suit, show ing a stubborn resistance to bear pressure. The close, was Irregular with prices 114c lower to lc higher with September 51.36 to J 1.37 H and December USa to J1.1S. Oats were dull and followed corn, the September delivery being weak as a result of selling, partly In the way of hedging, which sent It about IMo under December, the widest discount so far. Initial Quotations were un changed to ajc lower, with September Ue and December 66c Provisions started firmer with hogs and reports of a good demand for lard. GRAIN. PROVISIONS Cblearo Grain, Clote. Wheat Dec, -: Much, itliu. Cora spt, rots: Dec H.1TH. OiU Bept, lc: Dec Uc C9iieaxo ProTiflotis Clooe. Pork Swt, tIJ.S; Oct. tlLH. Lard seat, I1S.I7; Oct IM.17. f Kibe StpU tin:.- Oct. J1CJJ. , Chlcaco Prodaee. Close. Chicago, IIL. Sept. 1 Better Higher. Creenery. 40S(Hc KS" Hlsh.r: receipts, ltll) eases. SUndxrds, IlOtlHe: firsts. HHSltc: ordhury tlrMi. 0tc; at market, eases taelnded. 4we: storage packed rJrsta. stc. Poultry Alive, uneha&ced. Potatoes Receipts. 27 cars: market. ateadr. Jersey cobblers. U.I02.: Min nesota early Ohtes, tXStSUe. Kansas City livestock. Close. Kansas City. Mc Sept. t Butter, ergs and poultry, unchanged. Kansas City Cash Wheat. Close. Kansas Cttr. Mo, Sept. 4--Cssh wheat. 4e to 7e lower; No. 1 hard. jlwej;.l;.No. 3 hard. tx.4rM; No. 1 red. S2.S5: Jfc. : red. JI.5J. Corn Unchanged to le lower. No. 3 mixed. 31.43: No. 2 iblte. Il.4391.43; No. 3 yellow. Liil.t. Oats He to 3e lower; No. 1 white. 8(0 7c: No. 3 white, 64Ho; No. 2 red. Mc Bye It.. LIVESTOCK MARKETS Kansas City UTestoek. Close. n.m.unm -4aj, ab.. Dej?U . JSlQe - eeipts. 7M. Market for week: Beef steers. better trade heifers and hearj cows, most ly 25c to Sc higher; heavy she-stock, steady to S5e lower; boils and cansers, steady: calres xnoniy steady to tt hlcher; stoekexB and feeders, steady to itc higher. nma neenpo, vw. jsuaec generally Ue to 3Sc higher; top. J15-7S; bfljfe, ligbt Sa aaalla tit C. Ik a-sau senuuau. A.V, HTsirr, 4i.at.ls. tsaeep Receipts. 3. Market for week: Fat sheep and lambs mostly SSe lower; ffhawfinf lfnhr 9K n KAes .. v. .-s ewes, steady. utueaco UTestock. 2oec -w. xiv. otyi. v uaine KeeejpTS, "iu wan rttjac : UDOtce nnsi auu jcanwej, 91VMOJ- lO X lOWST; I other setlTes centrally Uc to He lower; arades. he-trtock. 5e to $1 lower; eannera and best fat kind, steady: bolls arerac SSo lower; stockers and. feeders; steady to I5c lowlr. HossReits. 1K; mosUy Us to 3$c f1r yesterday's arerare: top. 1-16; balk, paeklns; sows. J H.1S !.; Snd "nU49ti ' T' CMVl' niwep Keeaipts. woo; mostly direct- Minnarl -taVo. ...i. . . ' , .T a. 'ri " m- western i Iambs mostly 7Se lower. natlTee, tl to SL2S -, '"""' tower; rat eww, iiTI"' " icruer ciaraes. steady to Denrer Urestoek. Clone. v i OeiTr. Cain iRsn a r.t--c-. 4 W. Market steady. Beef steers. 1S.M- ctejrtl ajBrt rSelfa. C (Aat r . a rs and feeders. J7.?.M; caWes! $ir.M ffftn-Tif1ntm 11 .... . topTTlS-teV '" """ ,t"ar' ."fTS'fi- " Merket etreer: - ----- w --. bi nmm j.i.ovy Fttrt TTvmWS Tsiw... e.a .. . ewpta, ISM. Market enehanced. HAa1laulB. .... . ... hiv; .r. rssvs sr ..";: i "": -' nMiW:5f"gaa! 1 is. -""""" .s..s; ptfm. I13.sv ' DIW.il RBPOrtT. New Torfc. Renl. t n,.'. .j aays. .. , v,jr "Without the stimulus of jreneral 2S?iKi.r?Bard. Sentiment Is sus ceptible to quick fluctuation In the Drnf raaillnai..i . - -Hv responsive from day to day develoD- tn.. .. . uuprovement Jn transportation and some basis for the .'.'. fert,as' ex,sta- "nrhl!e m- mereial reverses remain at the high er level recently established as the August reverses attest, there Is an absence of the serious unsettlement or which people had been apprehen sive and the outlook seems more reas- . D , nan. ouia are steacuy '""R6 Reasons for conservative actidn. however, have not disappeared .- ""w mains interests within the limits of safety and of avoiding undue speculative risks. Divergence of opinion concerning as to the current movement of most commodities, tends to restrict opera- t Inn. manv tinvv. .... ., . . .... uhsu vuo buu owners oems apart In their views and demands for further wage Increases have com plicated Condition In Uima tnihia. tries." Weekly bank clearfns-iL t7 3t7 1Q T01. BOSTON' WOOI, MAIIKET. Boston. Mass, Sept i. The Com mercial Bulletin today says: "The outlook for the wool market is considered bv manv in the trade to be a little brighter, as a result of the announced resumption by the American Woolen company, Septem ber IX. and the continued strength at the London Colonial wool auctions. Rather more interest has been shown in tne market here, also, but at losv prices. "The foreign primary markets are offering some low priced wools and a little wool is moving from the weat on sale, as well as consignment." Scoured basis: Texas, fins 12 months. 1456150; tine. S months. 135 130. Territory: Fine, staple 1550160; one-half blood combings 140145: three-eights blood combing. 9095, one-fourth blood combing. 7075; fine clothing. 1250130; fine medium clothing 1058110. Pulled: Delaine. 15O0U5: AA, 135 0140: A supers, S01OO. Mohairs: Best combing. 40050; best earnings. 38040. IIUL1UA1 17i COTTON MARKET. New Orleans. La.. Sept. 4 The cot- ton market was closed today in ob servance of a holiday. J EL PASO RESERVE BANK FILES REPORT UP TO SEPT. 3 The report of the federal reserve bank of Dallas on its condition at the dose of business Sept. X, received by the Kl Paso branch, follows: Resources. Gold and gold certifi cates J 4.S91.375.00 Gold settlement fund 7.684.211.32 Gold with foreign agencies 3,887,884.85 Total i 14.873,471.17 Gold with federal reserve . agent .372.110.41 Gold redemption fund... 5J53.897.40 Total gold reserves .. 46.505.478.57 Legal tender notes, sil ver, etc. 2,427.153.51" Total reserves . . . 48.9i2.e32.08 Bills discounted (secured by government war ob- f ligations) 17.811.051.53 All other S5.S67.J69.81 Bills bought in open market and acceptances acquired from other federal reserve banks. 5e7.5M.0O Total bills on hand 73.885.821.34 TJ. S. government bonds. . 3.986.eO.e U. S. certificates of in debtedness 8,SM,0.M Total earning assets . . 86.151.811.34 Bank premises 1.081.343.35 Uncollected items and other deductions from gross deposits 44.79,513.52 Five percent redemption fund against F. -R. ........ bank notes S86.2W.00 All other resources 202,217.78 Total resources 181,o4,S31.87 Liabilities. Capital paid In 2,9 47.3W.M Surplus 184.108.40.206 Government deposits ... 2248.905.02 Due to members reserve account V-- 5LM5,018.72 Deferred availability Items 28.567,131.89 Other deposits, including foreign government ,,,, credits 666.315.U Total gross deposits. . . 8t,9S7.67.7 F. R. notes in actual dr- eolation S1.526,tt5.8 F R. bank notes in dr- c5ati5-t liability. Wl-"'. All other liabilities 1.848.547.50 Total liabilities 181,684,314.07 Rediscounts with other K R. banks 842.216.IJ Contingent liability on bins purchased f or for- ..,. eign correspondents... 415.OW.eo MONEY AND METALS 4BT ths Aasedated Press.! Steruss; daaad. tt-li: eaMes. 33-66X. w.v vrk erehanc. en Montreal. IH psrssat dtsosunt. slsilean dellari naehaatsd. LOCAL SECURITIES (Furalshed by J. 8. Csrtlss A Co. Se curity Bank bellatorji BASKS. Bid Asked American Trust & S.Tt.ii.llU.eC 31JJ.ej Border H.oonal JJJJj lt.je CHyMatteaal "fM JJ-JJ - T. -R..a- A Tract Its. 3fa.M Plrst Nattonal 3JJ.JJ 31J.M First Jtortsace i.-.. ..- Mertsass Guarantee Co (afrlliated with the BS -B... V..V a. Tnt Ca.1 1SX.M 13LM Itortnie Trust Co llf-JJ ; RIO craaos jaorrsas "- iTTII Stats National ..... JJ0-J0 Security Bask A Trust... 13J.JJ 1U.JJ seoarity ""sina " 2Str.::-.:v.:::::::'tt? ".tS Cemmuatty Mnmr. Io... 10J-JJ !- El Paso rosBdry Msch. M-M 76. "JZt?. !"!?: H.M 1H.00 El Past. B9setrlc Railway. y"ted JJ-JJ JfJJ do common ........... ss.es law Loaf Lomfcer eeesBsay... MX- lOf-J Fort BBss Isar? 3-10 Jfi Hie Orande OO ..." ,Jf a. W. Portlaad Ceseest Ce. isi.00 H3.K Two Republics UU s laser- a. 3.8.10 EL PASO OILS Ismlsked by The BOr rmr Cons. On of Texas.. Doka eX DaMta .... Flsker Haeeo Basin OO ... Hneoo Basin Der. .. Haeco Ranrer Pnltmas Rancer Brooks Rang-or Brk TsaerekJ 7auet-sl .... Stock BxetL&fir. BH Aikcd :::' :" ' .4 .4H -MS . .70 .46 Sttt .10 .e ... .01 .13 .is .e 1.10 .ot .0IU .so M .15 .X3H .10 0 ::: :u. :a .16 ... 36.00 360 Raacei Serviet rr e isiana. vr Ml A- TVV So first optJaa . SBskine Texas Homer Texas X.aaaa Tex. I-oa Pet- Talzaont Talarosa ... Walmar "W. "W. Qqx EL PASO HAS TWO PROBLEMS. WATER SUPPLY AND DRAINAGE "EI Paso is faced with problems of getting an ample water supply, and of eliminating seepage which has mads scores of cellars in the southern part of the city practically useless," said C R. Polk, assistant eity engi neer, addressing the agricultural com mittee of the Young Men's Business league Friday afternoon at the cham ber of commerce. Mr. Folk questioned the advisability of developing power from Klephant Butte dam until after thorough examination had determined that the state of Colorado would of fer no objections. Colorado might build a dam higher up the river, thereby seriously Injuring the Ele phant Butte irrigation project. Man Or Wife Get Up First? NowThere 'sRealOneForYou HERE'S the last word on the secret business, and the fair damsels are way in the rear. 'Sno use at all. at all. Now even the editor wouldn't take a chance with a secret. But the question today is a corker. It's some thing that every person who has taken the long cold plunge should be Interested in, and the answers next week may prepare some of the young hopefuls for the ley leap. Now, be tween us, how are things regulated at your house? Does Friend Wife leap from the 1lnn when Large Benjamin registers six bells, or does she push you out off bed7 wnen you get aown is tne Java ready, or do you brew it yourself the night before to be sure of getting it? Do you have to get up and put out the goldfish and give the dog some water, or Is that done for you? If it is or isn't, why Is or Isn't It? And if It Isn't, should it be? Ge. the dope? If that doesn't bring a landslide, nothing will. And the swan song for next week will be- SHOULD IU SlIAND OR WIFB GET ITT FIRST IX TUB MORXIXGt How does that strike you? And here are the final obituaries for the problem, CAN A WOMAN KEEP A SECRET I Vicious A I No. with a capital N. C. P. O4 Sometimes they can and tome times they can't. Depends on the secret. Alda F. i Tell a woman your secret. and kiss the private stock in the cel lar good-bye Madge Wildfire Men can get awful HERALD FUN ON BILL ATALHAMBRA; GOOD MOVIES TVTiat's right Is right and what's wrong- It; nobody's business, says Mabel Harper, "queen of nuts," on the Alhambrs, vaudeville program this week, and she keep up her line of patter and singing along this vein until she has her and le nee convalsed with laa&hter. Winchell and Gren are a pair of entertainers who keep the audience lauehlng all the time. "The landlords of 1 Paso who are Kolng to reduce their rents volun tarily nave called a convention for Monday in the second telephone booth in the Sheldon lobby." says Winchell. w . " "I want to marry a man who win take me everywhere he goes." says Miss Green. Tou can't get him.' says "WlnchelL "He's already married to Mrs. Wil son." Miss Green then says when she dies and goes to heaven, she. Is going to tell shakspero that she doesn't be lieve he wrote all the plays attributed to him. "What if he's not In heaven?" asks "Winch el L "Well, then, you tell him, she re plies. These are not all the good jokes. they spring, by any means, but It would spoil the entertainment to tell any more of them. Charles and Mayme Butters put on a good wire act. closing with a spec tacular performance by Mayme hold ing to her teeth and whirling in mid air. "The Famous Lloyds," dressed as Indians, give a good riding exhibi tion on three fine horses. "Thunder Mountains" is a snappy sketch bv fonr neonla that croea with a bang from beginning to end, the lastj oang Deing an explosion utat wrecjcs the stage scenery and leaves the hero and heroine happy in the midst of & desolated cabin. The program an-j nounces tnat it is in tnree acts, out evidently the manager feared the de struction of the theater if It went more than one. On tho whole, the bill is another good one, for even the picture reel la a humdinger, featuring a trained monkey that has more sense than a lot of comedians. Managers of the picture houses in "EX Paso promise some excellent bills for the coming week. Following are their announcements: Wlgvram Prosram. Sunday Double headed comedy bill, consisting of a two reel Sunshine, two reel Carter De Haven, Mutt and Jeff, Franey and Rolln comedies and In ternational news.. Monday through Thursday Para mount week Cecil De Mllle's "Don't Changs Tour Husband." a companion picture to "Why Change Tour Wife," featuring Gloria Swanson, Lew Cody and Elliott Dexter. Friday and Saturday Chaplin in "The Immigrant." Rainbow comedy. Burton Holmes Travelogue, Interna tional News, Western drama, "Rang ers and Rustlers." At the Bijou. Saturday, Sunday and Labor Day William Fa mum in a screen version of Justin Huntly McCarthy's stage success and novel. "If I Were King." Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Elaine Hammersteln in her new Selznick feature, "The Point of View," a story of the east and west. A new news reel will be the other attraction. Starting Friday Shirley Mason in the latest Fox picture, "The Little Wanderer," a romance of a dainty girl from nowhere. The Fox news reel will be featured also. Bllanay Theater Attraetloi-a. Beginning Sunday for an entire week's engagement the Ellanay management presents a combination bill consisting of Rex Beach's screen version of his famous humorous story, "Going Some," also "Over the Fence," the first motion picture starring the famous baseball star. Babe Ruth. Grecian Theater BUI. Sunday and through Wednesday Harry Carey in his latest western melodrama, "Blue Streak McCoy"; also latest Pathe weekly. Thursday, Friday and Saturday Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran In their second five reel feature comedy, "La La Lucille"; also the Ford weekly. Rlalto Theater Starting Saturday Charles Ray in "Homer Comes Home," Rlalto maga zine and Rlalto News. The Rlalto concert orchestra will render the usual program. At the Unlade. Today and tomorrow Brfdo IS," Buster Keaton In a comedy creation, entitled "One Week," The Lost City" last episode, and a farce on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday "Deep Purple," Paul Arm strong's famous play, and "The Gum pa" 82ND FIELD ARTILLERY BAND CONCERT AT FORT The following program will be played by the 82nd field artillery band at the regimental band stand Sunday evening. September s, com mencing at 8oclock: March, coronation from E. Xretsehaers epera, TMe Felkanrvr." by Laaresdeaa. Overture, "Tho Barber of Sevaie. (Hfs stal). Characteristic Moreceaa, "Woodland Whispers (Cxttmlka). Selection' from the operetta, "The 3pr.Br Maid (Reiabardt). (a) S. fox trot characteristic, "MaByana" (Fler); (b . "IStb Street Ra, (Bow man); T. finals. "IXnd J. A. March" l Bado). ADVERTISING SCHEMES BARRED ON TRADE TRIP No advertising schemes will be sanctioned In connection with the peace and progress excursion into Mexico, the committee in charge has announced. The only publicity the train will carry will be 79oo copies or Greater El Paso, published' in Spanish and English, and a booklet containing the names of the excur sionists and a map showing their Itinerary. Newspaper publicity will be sent to all Spanish papers along the route- confidential themselves. The only difference is men stick together. Duke Only when five or six of her best friends help her. Hard bo lied Aloyalns, Ex. M. P Mademoiselle, Fraulein or Miss, they're all the same; they can't do It. Ariel What a question I Can a pink elephant do fancy diving? R. E. L When you tell a woman a secret, have her deported immediately to & country where they don't under stand her language. Hartford Im Not unless her name Is Thelma. Ed. That ad will cost you exactly one-half pint.) Sweet Susan Disappointed Mike proposed to me last night. It's a se cret and I'm only telling you. Arnica If It flatters the person it's about. Augusta Wind- To be loyaL I have to say they can. but If I were only a man I'd say what I pleased. Brown Eyed Sweetie If they can't why do men always tell their troubles to them? Admiral Just mention your secret as If you didn't care who knew it and then the women won't think it's worth repeating. Cutle I agree with Ruth . When men start, they never know when to stop. S. G. V Yes. Long enough to tell her neighbor. Bright Eyes I've kept secrets for years, and still keep them. The men are the ones with the loose tongues. Dabe A woman is better than a phonograph, because she doesn't ha. a to be wound up. 14 Years Ago Today I Fr.ni The Herald ot This Date, 1964. N INE cars of a north bound freight were derailed on the Mexican Central near Galletro veaterdav. T& wreck was caused by spreading ralm. No one was reported to have been injured In the accident. Four of the nine cars which left the track were loaded with oil on it way to Juarez to be used for the new oil burner engines. It Is reported that the tanks broke open and most of the oil escaped. Three members of the crew that took what la supposed to be the smallest boat that ever rounded Cape Horn, arrived In El Paso this morning from Mexico City. They are Capt. Geo. MacGoldrick, engineer H. S. Derrlckson, and assistant engineer and electrician IL W. Conk 1 In. The city council this morning named William Garvin assistant en gineer and Inspector of street con struction. A delightful reception was given yesteday afternoon in the Fraternal hall by the "Daughters of Erin" com plimentary to Mrs. P. Sullivan. A most entertaining program was ren dered. Mr. Brady, brother of Mrs. Dan White and Miss Agnes Brady, will soon arrive In El Paso, where he will locate. George and Edward Houghton will leave tonight for Roswell to enter school. Mason Pollard leaves tonight for Loe Angeles, where he will take up his studies. F. A. Spence returned this morn ing from six weeks in lows, RAILROAD OFFICIALS GET SALARY RAISE Officials of practically all roads have been granted increases In sal ary, following the wage awards granted employes by the wage board decision, according to officials of lo cal roads. The wage board, in its awards, granted increases to all railroad workers except the officials. Shortly after Increases for the workers went Into effect, the railroads voluntarily granted increases to officials. About 100 such officials located In El Paso are affected. DAWSON AND ANDERSON PROMOTED BY E. P. & S. W. E. F. Anderson has been appointed freight claim gent of the E. P. & S. W. railroad in charge of loss and damage and overcharge claims, with headquarters at El Paso, Texas, suc ceeding former general claim agent W. S. Dawson, appointed assistant general freight agent on May L The appointment is announced of W. C Barnes, freight traffic mana ger, and is approved by Ifogene Fox, general traffic manager. PROCLAMATION IS ISSUED . ON OBSERVING LABOR DAY Labor day proclamation, designat ing Monday as a holiday In El Paso In recognition of American labor, and nrsrlns; that emoloyers of El Paso .allow their employes to observe it. VsV3 IMUOU t, u 1 UBJ V J IBBIUl Charles Davis. County Court Opens Tuesday, Judge J. M. Deaver will convene the county court at 19 a. m. Tuesday at which time a number of old cases will be stricken from the docket. These cases comprise those In which the principals have died or where witnesses are unobtainable. Judge Deaver, his wife and son. returned this week from Clarksville and other eastern Texas towns. Puzzle Pictures By AVAITEH WEU3U.V. C F J R JD X. C D K W DllllilX. CK.VlilAl,S. IN the second and, third columns totx are to print Is the names of two birds, such that you will hav, five complete words reading- horizontally. ANSWER TO VESTEllDAT'S PUZZLE Perchance (PER CH ants), perfor ate (PER FOUR EIGHT), permeate (PER me ). perspire (PERsplre). Lodge Notice. MASONS. ATXET10X. Tea foBsral ssrvlees ot ear lats brother. W. A. Bryan. P. If, Orascsr Lodrs. No. IT. A. T. sad Jl. IL. VUI bs held Sandar. 1:1 p.m, at Uasoate Tempi.. B. prompt & B. ITeCLINTOCK. Vershhfal Master. Lodge Notices ATTENTION. TV. 8. OP J. Reaervations for baaqvtt Wtdnesday. Spt. a. C:S, p.m, moat b. In xh. hanes or Sol. Carrie Hutcblas. Ph. fill not Utit f ion, Monday. Julia A. Sharp. T. K. p. Panals Plektee. tV. S. Undertaken. PEAE-HAGEDON UNDEBTAEZNG CO. Opsa day and nlzht. t-H Texas. Ph. Ill Privet, ambalanc. service. J. J. HASTES A CO. 11 N. Campbsll St. Pbanss ill and lit Special Notices COVERED battees msds to order. Ph. Stat. oflRKI.I.a, CORSETS lilt Serena. Ph. 1167. CURTAINS laundered, lira Biehmesd. Ph. 7SJ. 112 N. 13 Paso. EUNSU1NE dlntnc room, e7 s. Franklin. board by day or wear. Ph. Hit. iKIro.N PAINT CO. Paiaun- paper-haneine-. decorating. N. Staatoo. PM347 HEMSTITCHING, ploot, aeoordlan pleltlac. Mlaa B. Cram. 1 Buckler BMx- Ph. nil. HATTKESWK3 RENOVATED, tt; BUGS. CLEANED.!. EBV1N MTO. CO- PH. Ilia. HEMSTITCHING, plcet edte work dsss on abort notice, any kind of material. Slnxer Sewing Mschln. Co.. lei S. SI Paso. HEMSTITCHING, alterations, acoordlan plattlnc mail orders solicited. Mrs. & Jones. Silk Braportnm. leg Tnia Ph. 4111, Wlajl to annoonc. that my law offices hav. been moved to tbs Trast Bids: BUTCB B. DANIEL. 117-118 TRUST BDG. BKCCKEB CLEANING CO. Hlrh class cleaners of ladlsa and santle men's gexmenta Pledraa and Org Ph. 100, TRANSFER MOVING CHEAP. W. haul anythtnr anywhere. A. MOSZS TRANSFER CO, 11 a Campbell. Po.HH. WHrTRB yonr dollar meeta Its eqeaL Oar prices on repair work cannot be beaten: only senolne material used. BARNETTS. IIP SAN ANTONIO ST. HAVING released oar war risk patients w. now hav. room tor aeveral civilian pa tients. A Tb. apeelallat m charge. Na ttonal Sanatorium. Alaraerorde. N. H. SEWING machines bottsht. sold, rented and repaired, all work snarante.d. Heht running. Tree Call Peters, at Ph. 271. 12". X. Kanaaa NOTICE I hav. this data sold all my stock In Schnater Bros, inc, and am .m barklng In business on my own account. Sept. 1st. l;e Ernest O. Schuster. CONCESSDNS-rBIVILEGES Wanted. merry-go-rounds, and clean amusements for Clint Farm Bureau day. Sept- ltth. also lunch stsnds all kind 1066 people .TDf.n 31rrs Edgar D. Brown, Clint, or W. D. T las. El Paso. j t&L Week-End Edition, September 4r5, 1920. 13 Special Notices THE EL PASO MATTBES0 MFG. CO. baa Installed tb. moat modern machinery to the manufacture of mattresses of all kinds. Oar spwUal Is r.novatuc mattresses renovating. H.71. 71 Park at. Ph. 4MS. NOTICE. t wiati tA .muMtfte. ta the nabtle tn general and most especially to the dental and medical professions that After SenC ltth my dental practice will be Bmlted to EXODONTIA-DENTAL ORAL StTRGEET- X'BAI DXAfiOSiS. DR. M. F. BACCHKRT. Q4-7-I Mills Bide. B Paso. Tsr. JIAIL ORDER SERVICE If. Jnat as easy to man year hat to as as to take it to yonr local abop, wherever yon may Uv. no mM.r MMturv MMet rtnra address; yonr hat will b. artUtlcally finished and reraraea promptly; we are nm u. . tars and our work Is absolutely swan teed. B Paso Hat Works. U( B. Over land. B Paso. Tex. Bawneg Cttajces GROCERY er meat shop. location US E. Jelsaoort. in montn. seoce. PRR ANNUM tn a safe besiaess en- terprts Write B-x . Bnrfcbarnett, Tex. PINE mile business for sale, owner leav lng town. Apply at 11 San jrancasco. raa SAL eaeia Clint theater, a money maker. P. O. Box lit. Clint. Tones. GARAGE for sale, doing good business, m good location, pa. zese. FOR SALE Beauty parlor, only one In dry, dome good bustness. owner leaving city. Aooress A las, cere ssfatu. INVESTMENT ot SftM wtn pay IM per any over a period of I years, no stock seU- ing scaeme. Aaaress leg, jarro.. wi t. s t w tw tu.e ..,. I Mlew ft., wr. maneat paytag wholesale brokerage bual- BM. IS lO. ...It- AWU1H 4 - 1.W Herald. HAVE TOU tie to Invest in a safe, good Investment, which In t months will pro due. US,. Call Room 1. Alamo Hotel. aiitt a. El raso. FOR SALE By owner, drug stock nd fixtures, together er separately, at a bar gain, a rare opportunity to start or stoat: op Address Z 111, care Herald. JIKBCUANSISB brokerage bsetnesa. es tablished t yeefa. number fine accounts, will sacrifice at tl... -ccount of other lnteresta Address A 111, -ars Herald. A SNAP Grocery store, liljnre. and stock, good location, will sell eh, o tor cash. Laving dry. Address A 12S. car Herald. WORKING partner wanted, need good. steady man for good paying basineas tn El Paso, lit, cash needed. Address Partner. P. O. Box Ilea. FOB SALE The best dairy business In Santa P.. N. M, with or without the place. For parrJealaru. write Wolverton Dairy. 4ti San Francisco at, Santa Pe, N. M. WANTED Oentlemsa wtth keen knowl edge of democratic pecltieal ettaatlea in this state can make a valuable neatness connectkw by addressing The Master Key System.' T Pine st, St. Looie. M. IS ACRES of fine shale located en rail road In center of most active dlatriet m Texas: want experienced brick and tile manufacturers to furnish pert of capital tor plant. Address 141 Myrtle. EXCETTIONALLT high grade posltlose tor expeiienoed business men available through Y. M. C A. vocational depext ment, paying from tl per month vp. See Mr. Wheeler. 1:1 am. to 11 noon. FOR SALE Br owner. confectionery store doing good business, good location. most sen st once, leaving town, will giv. good term.: the best buy la town, see this at once. Ph. IMS. FOR SALE Well established tire bsetsess. senior member wishes to retire, stock and equipment about tits. If. Commerce st. Ft. Worth. EXCEPTIONAL opportunity tor 1 er 1 gentlemen, interest or all tn old ea- taeunnea mercantile eernmlesM Address A Ut ears Herald. HIGH CLASS cafe with private booths and dancing pavilion, a big money mak er, rent reasonable, beet season just open ing, win give lease to suit buyer. Ad dress T ISc, car. Herald. PARTNER to take active interest In the biggest money maker In 21 Paso: small In vestment, which you win double first week. No. lei Mills st. TeL Mis. Win be In Snn day afternoon. JEWELRY and hardwar. store In best lo cation tn town, doing a seed business, can deubl. business by mstalttag lean effiee, am singls, mast leave on account of ssdk nean I. wOl handle, 1 year lease, rent reasonable. P. O. Box lit Santa Fe. M. M. A FTRST class deUeatessen business in th City Market, doing a profitable base ness and shewlag an taerease every month, a splendid opportunity for any one who has had any experienee in this tins: must sou on aeeeant of having to leave city. Stan 17. City Market. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY. For a live man to get a partnership in a high class, profitable business, esubtlshed; If yon have tt or II. cash, can and as. us tor details; this Is an opportunity. See H. B. Seen. BXNBY B. STONE COMPAItT. Phone lilt. 41t Caples BMr. LOOK OVER THIS LIST: ALL BARGAINS. Hotel. 1 rooms, half cash, balance easy. Hotsl. 7 rooms, part cash, balance terms. HoteC 10 rooms, transient, part cash. Hotel. It rooms, transient, very ebeap. Apartment house. 3 tare room apartments, furniture for sale, good lease; a snap. Trad, hotel in Ranger for El Paso heme. New and led hand furaltare store. Invoice. Grocery store, flers lecnttoa. Invoice. Drug stare, central location, price right. See us for bustness opportunltlea. Prices right, ' EL PASO BUSTNESS EXCHANGE. Office. Ill W. San Antonio. Phone Hot. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. We are headquarters for neatness oppor tunities. That's our specialty. What kind of business are yon looking ferT See ns before buying hotels, rooming houses, restauranta, eoafeetloaertes, etc We can save yon money. If yon want to seU year business nst with us for quick sale. EL PASO BUSINESS EXCHANGE. Phone 1H. 111 W. San Antonio St. 00 and Mining TULABOSA BASIN 5 YEAS T.rSTW. M. O. Sconce. WTKf.etT. Bide. Pane. Tex. ASSESSMENT work must be dene ea eel .lai new. contracts wantsd. Address Hit Octavla. Ph. IH1J. TEN acrea. f year tl lease, south Big Spring. T.x, between drilliag wens. Gen OU Ce, tit. Address W H. care Herald. SECTION OIL LAND IN FEE. At tt vt acre, good grass land aad very near a deep oil test; a snap for seme one whe has the cash, as I must sen. B. J. Pstsel. let Texas. Bl Paso. Tex. WHEN SO MANY reports ars going the rounds that eevtasa premeters hav. sold uatts in acreag. that they ettda't own and that some brokers have received money for stocks and speculated with the money Instead of baytag ths stock ordered by their clients, I want to say that befor. I sold a single one ot Lens's 111 Units that I had pald'm full for both the lease and the stock thet went wtth it aad have also paid the rental. Neither have I ever speculated with ether peeale'a moaey. Every order for stock that 'haa come to me has been fined the aaaae day or the first moment after that the steak eould be bought and transferred. We are eld fashton.d at our house. J. B. Lsne, Mar. SOUTHWEST rNVBSTMENT CO. llt-i:i New Trust BMg, B Paso. Tex. Phone Jilt. Rekrjy Reference Business Directory Acconntants Anjitqrs NORMAN E. VEATTr. Subtle Accouataat. Auditor. Herald Bldg. Psoas reM. Alia vers and Chemists CUSTOM ASSAY OFFICE Crttehett 4 Ferguson, representatives for ere shippers. 11 San Francisco st. El Paso, Tex. KECKHAKT-5 ASSAY OFFICE, 17 ?an Francteco St. Agent for ore shlpoera Pu ts. P. O. Box II. GEO. B. EBERENZ CO. Chemists and assayers, reps, for ore shtppCT. at smelter. Oil flotation testa, IS Sou Francisco, EI Pssc Book Binding and Ruling HAVE your old books msde new. Catalog 1 i.i .. .. leaf binders Ruling, any style Ph. esst. El Paso Trsd. Bindery. L. Datable. Hrr. Itf X. Campbell, Ready Referesce Bssteess Director' Beagtj Patien GOOTTS. M BUCKLES BLDG. Ph. 117.1. Heir dyeing, aair goods, combings mads ap. rectal ana scalp masaagc, manicw. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR and moles removeo, by electrolysis, sagging cheeks, month to aoso lines corrected, face spwrlaMst. Mrs Grace A. tWnson. It Buckler BMg Btukess CoBege CTHeSXBR SCHOOL Shorthand and book ksepuc. Indtvtdnal Instruction, tit Mesa. Ph. l7t. DRACGHON-3 BUSINESS COLLEGE Po sition swaranteed. Pitman er Gregg shorb hand by mall or in paraon. R. P. Da-ele. MgTj Carpenters. D. H. STROUSE. contractor, builder and none, repairer, ssn at. Missouri, rn. titsj, CARPENTER WORK New and oid. root rair. LTOTDELL. Ph. tSn. PHONE 514 Carpenter work and general hens, vepatr. painting, caldmlsing and plastering. CABFKXTER. bejfldJar and remodslms) store fronts and cabinet work, brick, stone. eese.nt and painting eettmatea furnished; anick service. Ph. ISOtJ. PAINTTN4S. paperfeanging and kalsomln inc. beet material and good workmanship gaaranteed. A- Barte. 177 1 Sacramento, Ph. alteW. Carpets Cleaner CARPETS aemim, dry or steam cleaned. Pnntley Carpet deantng Works. Ph. lilt. Danrmg Lessons PRIVATE LE&ONS BY APPOINTMENT; Class leaaonx, Tnesday and Thursday evs nines. I to til, cotillion Hail, fn. zl". Fornitare Packing. WE PACK. SHIP OR STORE furniture, cut gtaee and china, satisfaction guaran teed. B. L. DANIEL. F. M. FACTORY. Ph. mt-HT. . FURNITURE PACKING ' Packers, better fnrnitnre. cut glass and china only. G. D. Houser. Fur. Co, ttl-S E. Sen Antonio at. Ph. 4110. Framhire Repairkg FUaSiTTCBB repaired, reflnlshed, rrphel stereoV -cabinet work. H. E. Bader. WeTW. FTlNrriJ-REPAIRING. reOniah-d or apholstered. 3. L. DAN EX. X. & St. FACTORY. Ph. vt-l70. Hardware and Fgrnitare FTcrythlng In HARDWARE ANT FURMITRE. DAVIS HARDWARE FURNITURE CO. Comer Ovrland and Oregon Sta Ph. Ml. Jank Dealers EL PASO IKON 4 METAL CO. 1505 San Antecuo. Dealers in scrap Iron: rubber, mppei. brass, bones, .tc. Ph. 4140. J Mattress Renovating MAKERS OF MATTRESSES Repairers. renovatora Ph. 417. lilt and 1070. nil Myrtle. Clark Mattress A Rug Co Moiical WALTER DAVIS Plane aad voice teach r. H aad II month. Ph. ltll. MRS. O. I.KK8T1R. piano teacher to begin ners and advanced pupils: grad, Pbila. Con-err, of Hnfe ill w. Nevada. Pa lit Nurses GRADUATE XUBSE win care for pa tients in her home. Ph. 11HJ. s Pstnrmer GET your painting and tin Mag done be for. th. fall rush. P. X. Pappaa. Ph. Jtlt. YELTON PAINT CO. PalnUnc. txw hanging, decorating. tg N. Stanton. PhlliT SIGNS, patnetag. papexhaaging and tint ing. Mttaaates gladly given. Joss Puentas. tl a. Oregon. Ph. 11. evenings W. Fteate.1 PRONTO PLUMBERS OtOco Pa. lilt. Res. IMS. Rush jobs rushed. FJiysjckas and Surgeons BDWARD AUEB, M TX Phystcian and surgeon; office over State Rational w,v, Ph. 441: night Ph. tit. Printing COMMERCIAL atatlonsry. blank hooka, briefs aad km leaf suppUes, Mclety printing. IDEAL PRINTING CO, Leo Perlet. Mgr, 17 N. Campbell. Ph. IU4. Roofers WB-SO ALL KINDS OP BOOF HEPATB ING Roofs painted with our ETerlastie Roofing Cement Never Leak. Guarantee Roofing Co.. Ph. 4t eveaincv.; ttil. Roof Painting. ROOFS PAINTED with Leak Seal Com pound. 1 eoat takes the place of 3. Jose Fneates. Ph. Ill, evenings o:j. Second Hand Qotaiag BTGHBSX PRICES PAID FOR MEN'S, LADIES' .ND HND CLOTHING. PH. 179. VERY BEST PRICES PAID FOR HEN'S SECOND HAND CLOTHING. PH. Igat. WE PAY MORE for need ladles'. me clothes, etc, than any other store In town; try ue. Ph. 171 NEW SZABTBBS WU1 pay yon best prices for your men's and women's second hand detaJnyr ph. 1711. HIGHEST PRICES paid for ladies' and men's second hand clothing, ahces. hats. trunks. Ph. SSt before anyone else.' Second Hand Fnrnitgre EXCHANGE NEW FUBNTTURE. Per second hand. Western Fumltnre Cot 111-11 s. Stanton. Ph. 1411. Spani-a Lessons MBS. BUNLAYY Spanish tsaehsr. win re. same her class thin winter. Ph. 4745 SPANISH NIGHT CT-sssyre. Learn Wpewhll rapidly and correctly ra Lydla Patterson Instltuta Night classes, tl pr term ot II weeks; tl per merita Set S. Floreace, B Peso. Ph. HI. Soda Foantaks and Fixtares SODA rOUNTAISS. A complete stock for Immediate delivers?. and A few esed bargains. PABROW CROUCH LOGAN CO, INC SIT Taxes St. Phone 1411, WE BUY. SBIJ. AND KICHANfiE new and second hand soda fountains as4 fixtares of every description: we are a9 aeadquarters for fruits, syraps, sxtmets and colore. EMPIRE BOTTLING WORKS. INC Comer Mills and Florence Streets, El Pass. Phone, lslt-1514. Storage WarehonsB YOUB GOODS STORED as they should be, R. L. DANIEL, P. A M. FACTORY. Ph. USt-l7. FIREPROOF STORAGE General storage, forwarding, carload distribution, racking aad shipping, vaults for vaiuablea :ow In surance rates, excellent facilities for rs sluxteang without eertage. INTERNATIONAL WAREHOUSE. CO, Ine, Ph. Sill. ltl Magoffin. El Paso. TaxidejTflists M.LELLAN BROS. rOtl San rrandeco St. Fho-o t Transfer and Storage PHONE KELLY. MB Moves everythtssv furniture stored and crated: cut rtea oa ear Iota. FURNrrrmB stored and picked, WESTKjei TRANSFER STORAGE CO. lilt Texas St. Phone :i. Tjpewrkers WB BUT. sell. rent, repair, agrars Co roas. Oliver. Typewriter A Office SnppQ Ca.. lit Mills St opp. pestofftee. Woman's Exchange MBS. CHONLA Sales shop ef hand mad articles. 113 N, Campbell.