El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, August 15, 1913 Page: 3 of 10
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MBS. FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1813.
thfwc ark nxrnnmm agath or
the comimo or in i aovru-
ENGINEERS ARE NOW AT WORK
I -orat ing Itoate Through the Moun-
tains from Kerln to Ik
oinhe. Alia.. Auk 14 A party of
railroad engineers has been at work
for tha laat month trying to determine
upoa the beat route through tha
mountains for a line from Kelvin to
tha Qlobe district Thla waa learned
from a rallabla aouroa laat night In
connection with a report that tha
Southern Pacific la preparing to
make the long contain plated change
In Ita Una. whether or not tha federal
government will allow It to have a
right of way through the Box Can
yon near elan Carloa.
From tha fact that the englneera
have been at work between Globe and
Kelvin It la believed that the alterna-
tive considered by the railroad for
uae In the event that the Box Can-
yon la not opened to It li the construc-
tion of a connecting line between tha
Arizona Raatern branch at Kelvin
and the Qlobe branch near Cutter.
If thla plan l carried through to
completion the city of Globe would
be only about teven miles off tha
main line of the Southern Pacific.
Thla would raault In great benefit to
thla city both In transportation tacill-
tlea and the reduction of freight
Hope has not bean entirely aban-
doned by the railroad that the gov-
ernment will discard the Box can-
yon dam project and allow a right
of way for the mine Una over that
The work which has been under
way el nee laat February on the Ban
Carloa dam site waa suspended tha
first of July It being stated that the
appropriation for this work had run
out. A new appropriation for the
continuation of the preliminary work
has been passed but It was learned
thla week that Engineer Jones who
Is auperlntendlng the project had
received no orders to go ahead.
CARRY PARCEL POST.
Bat Railways Declare Pound Limit a
New York. Aug. U. Declaring that ".be
service In exacted of them by the govern-
ment without provision for compensa-
tion." tbe committee on railway mall pay
representing 268 railways of the country
today decided to carry parcel post un-
der tbe Increased weight limit.
The new parcel post ruling which be-
comes effective tomorrow provides for In-
creasing; the weight of packages from ten
to twenty pounds. After reciting that the
railways bar already carried to the
"greatly Increased burden of parcel" post
from January 1 when It was lnstltuteil.
to July 1 without one cent of additional
payment" the committee's statement
"Whatever may be the views of the
public as to railroad capitalisation and al-
together aside from tbe question of rail-
way mall pay in general (which the rail-
ways main la Inadequate) It surely can-
not he the purpose of the American peo-
ple to force tha railroads to carry this
new mall matter without payment.
"The railroads will carry the parcel
post even with the twenty-pound limit.
Notice to Customs Collectors and all U. 8. G'v't Officials:
You will please take notice that no delivery of cattle horses or
mules that may be shipped or driven
is or will be authorised to enter tha United Statea at any other porta
than the porta of J usees and El Paao. August 14th. 1913.
By J. FRANCISCO MOLINA R.
Attorney In Fact
NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC:
You will please take notice that no one except myself my two
sons. Luis Terraxaa Jr. and Alberto Terraxaa and J. Francisco Mollnar
are authorized to sell or dispose of any of my cattle horses mules or
other live stock branded
and no sales made by any ons else will be recognised by me. And any
one handling or in any manner dealing In any of said stock without a
bona fide bill of aale signed as above indicated will be prosecuted by
the Panhandle and Southwestern Stockmen's Association of Texas and
by me to tha full extent of the law. August 14 111.
By J. FRANCISCO MOLINAR.
Attorney In Fact.
Classified Bargain Day
Sunday. August 17
All cash classified ads accepted
for publication on that date for
just one-half the regular rate.
El Paso Blacksmith
Made a Discovery
Found Plant Jules To to All That
It Claimed For It and Morn
Mr. Charles Holmes a popular
tiiarksmitn who works at the long
well shop corner Mania Fe and San
Antonio streets and who Uveal near
the shops on Santa Fe at rest talla the
"I have been troubled for more
than two years with a kldnay trouble
that waa getting worse every day. I
tried a good many treatments bat
nothing would take the pain out of
my back Hleep would be broken on
account of having to get up so often.
My trade blackamlthlng. la a hard
one on the back anyway and my kid
neys breaking down made work a
misery Instead of a pleasure. A rrlenri
recommended Plant Juice and I
bought a bottle. From the first It he
gan to help me. I sleep through the
nights undisturbed back reels nn
The Plant Juice la all right: It has
proven all that It Is recommended to
be In my case
For the restoration of nerve force
for the relief and cure of all stomach
kidney liver and blood ailments Plant
Juice la the greatest tome or the age.
It clears the liver eradicates bilious
ness relieves Indigestion catarrhal
troubles and all kidney complaints. It
dissolves and removes uric acid and
other poisons from the blood. Kelly
A Pollard sell It.
Any other course on their pnrt would Im-
pose soch s serious inconvenience upon
the general public as to be unthinkable "
RAILROAD NOT KB
Mr. H. Desmond wife of Passenger
Coadaetor Desmond of tbe O. II. A S. A
arrived In El Paso Thursday after spend-
ing a month's vacation la California
J. A. Shoemaker yardmaater for the
Texas A Pacific has reported for duty
after a short layoff relieving W. II. Mil -gin
who goes back to his regular Job
J. W. Oerrald switchman for the O. H
and local chairman and general grievance
man for B. of R. T. lodge No. MO at El
Paso baa returned from Houston where
be has been for the past month on com-
mittee work for tbe Kl Paao division.
J. J. Tralnor. engine foreman on the
night coach engine for the G. 11 has re-
ported for duty relieving W. M Neal
who goes bsck helping on the orew.
C. Lane helper on the night lead en-
gine for tbe O. H.. has reported for doty.
John Thompson day engine herder for
the T. P.. has reported for duty. Extra
Switchman Blue Withers goes' back on
tbe extra board
Mart Geddes engineer on the 0. H . la
laying off and Bnglneer Pete Kleid la
filling the vacancy.
John Drew night crew caller for the G.
H.. baa reported relieving Jlmmle Murray
who goes back to bis regular Job aa day
mesaenger at the dispatcher's office.
George Hennesay awltch engineer for
the El Paao A Southwestern on tbe 8 a. m.
engine is laying off and Extra Engineer
Dv McLean is filling his place.
W. F. Ollson. passenger engineer be-
tween El Peso and Lordaburg on runs
Nos. 8 and 4 reported for duty after a
thirty-day vacation. He relieved Bert
Hale who bumps Engineer Gill on paa-
senger nil Nos 1 and 2. Gill will go
back on freight.
II. B. Vaughn engineer on tbe South-
ern Pacific. Is back at work after SO days'
vacation In east Texas
George Attktns. passenger conductor
for the G. H.. is laying off and Charlie
McGlnnasa is on his run.
L. H. Alvarado baa entered tbe service
of the G. H. A 8. A. as telegraph opera-
belonging to General Don Iuis
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FTJTS L4QUOH UmmLATIOH
OCT OT THE RING
BONDED WAREHOUSE MEASURE
Mil of area Isngth Made Special
Or dee asad May Conume Ro
of the Scston
Sg Passes g serial ftsrveseoeeeat
Austin. Texas Aug. 14 The aplder
and the fly story waa enacted In the
house thla morning when Loula J.
Wortham. rising up In arms against
the Idea of placing the Senatorial re-
districting bill aa a speclsl order
ahead of tha bonded warehouse meas-
ure succeeded in having the latter
measure aet aa a special order for to
morrow morning. Incidentally he
achieved a coup d etat and deprived
the proa of practically every oppor-
tunity for liquor leglalatlon. Ha Ins
either way. To get liquor legislation
In the bonded warehouae bill of
sections must be railroaded or It will
take up all of the remaining time of
Witness Fee Bill.
The Senate today placed the propo-
sition of reducing witnesses fees In
felony cases In free conference after
substituting the Morrow bill. Owing
to the difference' between the House
and Senate bills an nmlcable agree-
ment la doubtful. The Bailey Mil
authorising formation of corporations
for colonisation purposes waa argued
all afternoon and set for tomorrow.
The Senate finally paaaed the bill
regulating the state training school
for Juveniles at Gateavllle.
Texas Flag BUI.
The House engrossed Wort ham's
bill allowing corporatlona ons addi-
tional year In which to dispose of
wares bearing the Texas flag.
The Penrtse bill placing building
and loan associations under the Juris-
diction of the commtaaloner of Insur-
ance and banking waa paaaed final
passage waa given the blue sky law by
Williams and the bill creating a
special court In the fifth district.
Bonds of the prison commissioner!
of 160000 were approved and filed by
the secretary of atate and the names
of Messrs. Branhan and Tittle sub-
mitted to the Senate for confirmation
In addition to Ben Cabell. There
waa a large number of bills of minor
Importance entered today.
tor and Is working at Valentine for a few
Al Murray yard clerk for the E. B. A
S. W... and Henry George yard clerk
bave traded Joba. Murray going on. days
and George nlghta.
W. H. Trlukle. fireman for the T. P.
la laying off on account of sickness of
bis wife. Extra Fireman Johnson Is
filling the vacancy.
U. B. Havelle. extra brakeman for the
T. P. la making .a few trlpa with Con-
ductor Broadstraet'a crew.
B. S. P. laser. T. A P. extra conductor
has reported for duty after being off s
B. J. Hadloek passenger engineer for
the T. P. Is' laying off. . Engineer
Ruhrup haa tbe ruo.
W. F. Fahrenkamp. passenger engineer
on the T. P. has reported for duty re-
lieving Engineer J. D. Berry who goes
back on through freight.
Hubert Winters and K. B. Strums are
new T. A P. yard clerks.
E. A Escontrias yard clerk for tbe T.
P. baa resigned.
The Terns A Pacific haa put on a regu
lar awltch engine at El Paao. Charlie
Wltberspoon Is assigned to tbe engine as
foreman and J. B. McGlnly and Harry
Hill are tbe helpers. Clarence Withers
XIII be assigned to the night engine as
reman and Dad Morris snd Ed Keller
J. B. gauera day chief clerk for the T.
A P. at the El Paao local rrelgbt asanas
has resigned. He will leave for Hous-
ton to enter the transfer busluess with hla
Fireman Boyle on the night rip track
engine for tbe G. H la laying off.
Fireman Vincent Is filling the place.
Bert Protbro passenger engineer for
tbe El Paao A Southwratern on tbe east
end If laying off for thirty daya.
RIC.Br REVIVING PORTLAND
Budge Fund (Specially Hlgna Up
Boosters In Oregon's Metropolis
for About $100000.
Sanford B. Itlrahy. tbe commercial
club revivalist who Installed the budget
fund system In the El Paso Chamber of
Commerce last February la meeting with
great success la a campaign of ralaiug
funds to carry on tha work of the Com-
mercial club of Portland Oregon accord-
ing to a recent article in the Portland
Telegram. Klraby Is said to be raising
the fund at the rata of 112.000 per week
sad when the article appeared a week ago
he bad raised SM.MM. He will endeavor to
boost the total to 'f 130000. The city ef
Portlsnd will expend this fund la as ex-
traordinary "boosting" csmpalga.
Rica by ssslsted the Oakland Cat.
Chamber of Commerce la a budget fond
campaign prior to goiag to Portland. This
Is his fourth year Id the budget ' fund
work on tha Pacific coaet
TWO MOW; tO.NTEMT DAYS
sale. Ml iitlil.n Mill tome (
an lot Saturday Nik In
Only two more daya remain In the
Morning Times sales slip contest and
Interest la the event la Increasing as
the time lessens. The contest will
close Saturday evening at lu 18
o'clock when a force of clerks will
start counting the rest of ths votee-
Tha aalee allp contest was Inaugu-
rated eight weeks ago and haa proved
a great success- Secret socle Use and
other organisations are participating
In It. The winner will receive
eeeoad highest. 1190. third highest.
7e. and the fourth III.
rRVNt t al'PPORTS RUSSIA.
gy raw ssssesaled Press
Paris. Aug 14 - The Petit says thla
morning that It learns Prance will
support Russia In the policy of cutting
off Ida ottoman money supplies until
Turkey withdraws from Adrlaaupie.
The tillage of IHugla. Was Practic-
Sg Ths Assesses Press
Biainarck. S. D Aug 14 A cycloae
atiuch the village of Dougla u the
of the Minneapolis. St- Paul and
Sault St Maria railroad north of here
last eight. Tha town was practically
demolished and the railroad tracks are
covered assay feet deep with debris.
Several persons are reported Injured.
bat It la not known that any one waa
killed. Telephone and telegraph lines
are down and tha full extent of tha
cannot be learned.
LANK IN ORROON
r fee 4eeeste rVres
Portland. Ore.. Aug. 14 Franklin
K. Lane secretary of the Interior hag
changed hla Itinerary and will spend
three days In Oregon. He will arrive
here Monday and leave the stale Wed-
reedey morning for Colorado Springs
to attend the conference of governors
NEGRO'S BODY FOl'ND
gy Thr A aisles' Press
Lexington Mo Aug 14. The body
f Oenrge winkgleld (ha negro ac-
cused of the murder of Bttelle Pot-
tar the 11-year old girl here Tues-
day wag-found lata this afternoon In
the Missouri river. His throat waa cut
and It Is supposed he committed
Haa Been Ajrtvwd Upon Which May
Satisfy the Insurgent Democrats
In the House.
By Thr Assegai ted Press
Washington. Aug. 14. An amend-
ment designed to make It clear that
commercial paper baaed on warehouse
receipts for staple commodities would
be accepted for re-dlscount for Federal
reserve banks propoaed In the ad-
mlntatrntlon currency bill waa prac-
tically agreed upon today In the house
Democratic caucus. The amendment
to which Chairman QIhss said the
banking and currency committee
would not object was offered by Ma-
jority Loajer Underwood. Democrat-
ic leaders expressed the belief that
this would satisfy the Democrat of
the currency "Insurgents."
The re-dlscount provision of the bill
provides that the Federal reserve
board may determine what paper shall
be admitted to re-dlscount but speci-
fies that such definition ahall not In-
clude notes or bills drawn for the pur-
pose of trading In or carrying "stocks
bonds or other securities."
The speakers todsy Included Bspre-
sentstlvea Byrnes (South Carolina)
Phelan ( Massachusetts) Korbly (In-
diana) and ' others Representatives
Hagadale of South Carolina and Henry
of Texas while approving the pro-
posed amendment declared it did not
fully meet their contentions.
Representative Wlngo of Arkansas
who has been one of the "Insurgents"
expressed the view that he and the
administration forcea "could get to-
gether on common ground."
Mr. and Mrs. M Ooldoft and two
children and maid returned yester-
day from an extended visit at Ocsan
Park and other coast cltlea.
Judge W. B. Harris ex-mayor of
Fort Worth and wife who have been
visiting friends in El Paao for several
weeka will return home today.
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Hadlock have
returned from a visit of several weeks
at Los Angeles and other California
points. Their niece. Miss Orace
Champagne of Los Angela came
with them for a vtalt.
Mr. and Mra Volney M. Brown left
yesterday for Montreal Can. where
Mr. Brown will attend the American
Bar convention In September.
NEW MEXICO SHEEP.
Two Thousand Head Have Changed
Hands at Roaweil.
Roswell N. M . Aug 14. B. P.
Henry haa lutely purchased the W. M.
Coates sheep amounting to 2000 head
of mixed ewea and wethers. These
sheep have been located on the Coatee
ranch near Bosque Grande on the
Pecos forty miles northeaat. Mr.
Henry Is moving them to his ranch
twenty-five miles south of here. Thla
will give Mr. Henry 11000 head of
heep.on his different ranches on the
Felix. He haa recently bought the
Mrs Mlddleton ranch and the four
Rakebrand ranches there with the
range and water holes that he pre-
viously owned will give him room for
all his sheep.
(Continued from page 1.)
ties at S o'clock. The officers sought tha
hospitality uf a nearby tavern to break
tbe tedium of wslttag.
1 "Governor Hulser Is sure some swift
os the move." remarked William Bartles
"There sin't ao sorb thing st Governor
Bulaer" Interjected a rapltol emplolje
who happened tn overbear the remark
"You uiesu t'overaor Gltuu." Then it was
eiplalnrd to tbe sstonlsbed West Vir-
ginians how tbe gaharsstoiial sltustlon
bsd become twisted.
galser Hold. Oe
My Tas Aeaootefrd Press
Governor gulaer It la aatd. will refuse
to relinquish poasessloa of the guberna-
torial chair lu aullclpa'loB of the is
naad he la understood to bave already
prepared a letter flatly declining to accede
What further sctloa will then be taken
by Mr. Gllnu waa sol Indicated tonight
bst the general etpectstlon was that tbe
rival claliuaats to the goveraor'p cbslr
would resort to the courts for s teat esse
uuder so sgraed suieuteat of facts
l. lino orrtrlaily Beeegalsed.
Sg Pke Associated Prs
Trenton. N J. Aug. 14 Governor
Flaidsr baa officially reeugalied Lleutra
sat Governor Martin U. Gllaa as chief
eieeullve of New York stste. Mr. Fielder
wss foreed to make s choice Insight vita
Prosecutor Robert R. Hudspeth of Hud
see eeeaty requested sttradlil..n of
Charles Mason under arrest Is New York
sad wasted Is Hudeua couety as as al-
Uy Thr 4iicla Press
Philadelphia. Aug It Following her
aseertbia that sue bad sot dropped ker
breach ef promise suit sgslsst Governor
guiser. Miss Mlgsos Hopfclss. tbe pretty
etesb asodsl. today declared rkat she was
preparing te ge Is Mew York to Isstltuu
prwrsedlugs sgslsst Mr Raiser.
Died ad iRt igllnat
Manale Olguln who died at the
Hotel Iiieu Wednesday was But. as
stated wounded a Itaacherla. but at
the battle ol Cases Grandee June 10.
He was oas uf Villas men gad
wuunded la the neck aa that 11 waa
impossible for him to take sustenance
lis hi said to have died of searvaliou
TO AtCRiFfCF THE LIFE OF ONE
SOLDIER FOR ALL THE IN-
VESTMENT Iff MEXICO
SIYS FORMER VICE PRESIDENT
Fairbanks Addrewsc Indiana Repub
lican Editorial Association on
the subject of Mexico.
Rp Thr Asseela'ed Press
Indianapolis. Aug. 14. "To aacrt-
fice the life of one soldier for all the
dollars Investors and speculators have
ventured In Mexico Would he Uie au-
premeat folly" former Vice President
Charles W. Fairbanks tonight said In
addressing the mid-summer meeting
of the Indiana Republican Editorial
association upon the subject of Mex-
ico. "If our speculators In Mexico
suffer pecuniary Inaeea ss the result
of recurring revolutions that la a
matter of future consideration when
a stable government and peace are
fully established In that country" he
continued. "It It no warrant Tor
shedding of the blood of Americana.
"President Wilson la doing all that
la possible to handle the situation
peaceably." Mr. Fairbanks aald "and
former President Taft dealt admir-
ably with the question.
Should Cause) No Alarm.
"And I believe" the speaker added
"that Ambassador Wilson carried
himself with polae and good Judgment.
It seems to me that the Mexican sit-
uation Is one which by no manner of
means need cause serious alarm. The
duty of the United states la a plain
one. President Wilson Is doing all he
can and We should endeavor to uphold
him. by so doing we would make his
task an easy one."
In opening hla address Mr. Fair
banks referred to the unrest prior to
the Spanish-American war and de-
clared much of the demand for war
waa brought about by persons who
wished to profit through government
contract of the exploitation of the
natural resources of Cuba.
From solli-li Motives.
"It Is perfectly obvious that much
of the agitation which led tn the war
with Spain and ultimately Imposed
upon us the responsibility of govern-
ing ten millions of people and which
caured the government to spend hun-
Iteds of millions of dollars wat of
the most selfhvh and sinister chr me-
ter" Mt. Fairbanks declared. "Men
who wanted to fatten on government
contracts or who were eager for mill"
tary distinction or who wanted cub
nnncxrd to exploit her railways tugar
and tobacco plantations and other re
sources of wealth were eager for
war. The ellow preas played Ita uclf-
lah and nefarious part. It was moved
by nn considerations of patriotism or
What War Means.
I kg no doubt that the dlaturh-
ancen In Mexico during the laat few
yeare have been due In a greater or
less degree to the efforts on the part
of ambitious cunning men to force
Intervention and possibly annexation
to the United Btatea. Intervention In
Mexico means war; war means the
destruction of human lives nnd the
fxpendlture of hundreds of millions of
dollars. It means furthermore the
responsibility of the government of
twenty millions of people for an In
definite period. We are now engaged
In governing ten millions of aliens
aa the raault of the Spanish -American
war a war which could very
probably have been averted If we
had exercised a little more patience
patriotism and self-restraint."
II S. ARMY ORDERS
Washington August 14.. Captain
Richard M. Thomas. Kleventh cav
alry. Is detailed to enter next class al
Mounted Service School rort tiuey
First Lieut. Paul C. Clark Twenty-
third Infantry will proceed to Fort
Benjamin Harrison for temporary
duty thence to Fort Icavenworth.
First Lieut. William K. Pope cav-
alry will proceed to the Walter Reed
General Hospital District of Colum-
bia for treatment.
Captain Harry F. Dnlton quarter-
master corps will repulr to this city
and report to Major James B. Mor-
moyle quartermaster corps for tem-
Colonel Willis Fay. Infantry un-
aaalgned now at San Francisco will
proceed to Fort Bnelllng Minn. for
Daily Except Saturday Daily Except Sundays
Leave ei Paso - - - 7:45 A M. Leave Clouecrott - - 2:35 P. (VL
Arrive Cloudcreft - - - 12:40 f. M. Arrive El Pato - - 5:10 P. JVL
Leave II Pmo 7:45 A M or 255 P. M. Leave Cloudcroft - - - 8:15 P. M.
Arrive Cloutterott 12:40 P.M or 7:50 P.H Arrive El Paso - 110 P.M.
EXCURSION TICKETS TO CLOUDCROFT ARE NOT 6000 ON TNE GOLDEN STATE LIMITED
RICHARD WARREN City Office Roberts -Banner Bldg. H. D. McGREGOR
General Agent. Phones 594 and 5851 City Pass. Agent
Today the Last
We Close at One O'clock
WITH today we will discontinue for the
season our employes' weekly Summer
half holiday and beginning August 22nd our
store will remain open until ( o'clock Fridays
We take this opportunity to thank our custo-
mers for their co-operation in making this in-
novation a success hy shopping early or post-
poning their purchases until the following day
as many have done. This holiday is perma-
nently established and each Summer from June
to August our employes will be given their half
holiday each week.
WITH BROKRM BACK
taste Fe Brakeman Lived Three Mentha
and Died Yesterday.
By Thr Amn-ialnl press
Albuquerque. N. M Aug. 14. -After llv.
!ng three months with a brokeq hnck.
liavtd R. Welsh a riantn Fe railway
brakeman. died at a local hospital today.
Welsh wss Injured May II when he fell
from s freight train. Though completely
nsrslysed from the wslst down Welsh
believed to the Isst be would set well.
His determlnstlon to lire and wonderful
vitality astonished stlendlng surgeons.
I limn i. II PANAMA CANAL.
By Thr Associated Press
Buenos Avres Aug. 14.---The whaler
Fratn commanded by Captain Dears a
left here today for Colon to take on board
Hear Admiral Kobert E. Peary and Cap
GOOD TEETH MAKE A
Fill That Unsightly Cavity With a
Perfectly Matched Tooth
I match yog teeth with artificial teeth so perfectly that they all
look alike and replace the missing ones without a plate guaranteeing
their usefulneas and durability. Get my catlmate It will pleaae you.
I can not make you young hut I can make your mouth the hand-
somest part of your face and wo all know the value of a winsome
pleasing smile whether In business1 or society.
BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY
YALE PAINLESS DENTISTS
206 1-2 Mega Avenue. Opposite Kress Store
ON SALE SATURDAY
GOOD RETURNING ON MONDAY
tsln Rosltl Amundsen the eiplorers who
will be the first to piss through thecanal
on board ship.
Csptsln Amundsen will sfterward pro-
ceed In the Fram toward the North Pole.
By Thr Atwrialrtl Press
New York Aug. 14. After making
specific bequcsta of more than 7I0-
000 of which 1350.000 la left to
charitable and educational purposes
the will of Mrs. Julia Lorlllard Hut
terfleld who died last week which
win filed In the Surrogate's eourt at
Colt Sprlngs-on-the-Hudton today
bequeaths the reatdue of her 11.000.-
000 estate tn the International Com-
mittee of the Young Men's Christian
association for uso by Its women's
auxiliary for uae In the army and
Full set of teeth (gold linati If
Gold Crowns $1.00
Hrtdge Work 4.04
Teeth Cleaned 50o
Teeth Kxtracted MB
Teeth Filled IVOc anil up
We do first claaa dental work
at the lowest coat.
All Work t.uurnnteed.
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