El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 9, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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Saturday. January 9. 1915.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
MADE IN E PA80"
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rilllsnt lllnsrisalloa Is Feature of tne
Show tbr surrrM ! Wslea
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isswm 1(1 rat KKCKN1 UOSUCAN
mOTBaT Ml m IN LONDON.
Will Br Nfresaarr In Argue Wallrrs lur
Utrr la Aa Aadllloa.i Kiehsafe at
Nales la ladtrslrs.
......... .r.r. Will BOt llHSV
drr.irnitnr and adorning the MMMMfl
fruntliuj the "Llltle Him." and a o ino
booth ibat will contain El Paso 9 rije ei-
JMm or imluKtrlal and nianurariiired pro-
ii.w-i. t.i. . n in tu. fnrmallv IIIXUIPII MOD-
day érenlo at 7:30 o'clock. 10 continue
In order that the nest resalta may be
obtained the ulvertislnr rummlliee singe"
th.t M.h .r iiw. .t oihloltor armnif' Tor
the priming gnu' distribution of ailvertlalng
muí. i.. .r tli Hirferelit fonolhrt. the
BaSuaa in furnish to the exhibitors
copie of the "Made In El Pun weeg
catalogues for distribution.
While earh d.v of "Made In El Paso
Seek" will have Its special attraction; and
atures. Thursday Is to be one or tnc
gget daya during the event. Thuria
Ban ne nolary ruin oay iki '" .--
day. when the committee expects to enter-
tain thousands of rliltors rrom throughout
the adjacent country and more distant
points. This will also be motion picture
day and between J and 5 o'clock In the
ariernuun rilms will be taken showing the
"I litle Pl-ta" and scenes in connection
wllh El Paso's great Industrial how.
Brautltiil Illnmlnated Arch.
Vcsierday the Morning Times began ia
work of Installing a beautiful electric
Illuminated arch at the main entrance or
the White House' and ronnecllna; me two
principal booths or tho positrón. Tin
arch in question occupies tlie most con-
spicuous and prominent poaltlon In mo
entire show and It can be seen from any
direction approaching tho heart of the real
industrial pageant. EmBlaioned in electric
lights the arch will bear the following In-
scription: "lil Paso Morning Times J-irst
ISow and First Always." The arch will Bo
upnoried by ornate columns lavishly
decorate and will bo a work or art bolh In
conception and In execution.
Band Coaerrls Arraagrd.
Joseph A. Wright chairman of the pro-
gram rommlttee has completed arrange-
menta for band concerts and for specie
orchestra and vocal musics. Each evening
between g and 10 o'clock a band will play
Mom the balcony or the Sheldon hotel and
there will be a special concert rendered
Thursday ariernoon during the using or the
motion picture rums In the "Little liaxa.
The signa arranged by tho McCllnlock
company lo e placed back of tho -Jths
will be placed today. They proclaim boldly
tlie fact that everything rUIDla Is "Made In
The Olobe Mills and tlie Western Corroe
company are Installing special demonslra-
ii: .ti hnnttm no the mecxanlne rioor or the
White House and Mopday morning al 9
o'clock will Degin serving not cones sou
dollcloua biscuits "Made in El Paso."
Adrlub to Bate Novel Display.
The El Paso Adclub. uuder the direction
nf Mprrfit.rv K c Davis will have a novel
dlsolav showlmr what was made In El
I'aso thlrty-flve years ago. While tha ex-
hibit has been arranged In a humorous and
lighter vein. It will be Important In driving
home convincingly the enormous progress
achieved In El Pawn III the oast 35 vera.
Minday morning too work of Ins. ailing
i-vlHDKS in ine wnne iiousa wiu wpnu aaas
nl! erlilhltnr are reonested lo be on hand
promptly In order that tha exhibits may be
placed systematically and under direction
or expert winaow neeurainra.
for Elévenla Hour Entries.
Wblle a number of small manufacturers
whom the committee lo desirous of en
couraging In every way applied at tha
eleventh hour for space after Ilio committee
had allotted alt the exhibit room too
ai.nllcanls will not be turned down and
Hiiiuiiinrcincnt Is mailt? that It these mantl
rai Mini s will bring their exhibits early
Monday morning to the White House.
Director General Fred Dunham or the ex-
position will arrange to place them eltber
In the White llouso or inn "Little liaza.
New Ambassador to Argenllaa.
Bu thr ÁMHoríated Prest
Buenos Aires Jan. 8. Dr. Victoriano de
la Plaxa acting president or Hie Argentina
republic today received ofriclally and with
military honors. Frederic J. Stlroson. the
new ambassador rrom lbs United Slates
Ambassador Stlmson In an address re
railed that the Argentina republic acted as
a mediator to preserve peace between Ihc
rnlird States and Mexico. He added that
Argentina and tho United Stales arc called
upon lo ploy an active port m tnc rum
atice of the new world where wars of
conquest are unknown.
Officer Finds Open Door.
Officer Linker while making his rounds
la-d night found Ihe door of the F.l Paso
Sheet Metal wurks otien. 1 lie- DOllce no
lined Hie owners. There was nothing
missing rrom Die ornee or me wonts
Pistol Toler Arrested.
Antonio llamen . was booked at the city
Jnll last nlghl on chargoa of carrying a
pistol The gun was taken from him by
Ihc police. He wlU be transferred Jo the
county Jail today and rormal charges
piaren against- mm.
private firms In Bromen report sales or
good middling rrom limited stock during
ihe week or December ft averaged about
toe a pound.
cotton was selling In New York today al
less than sc a pound.
INDICT BUSINESS AGENTS
orilrliii or Three Calreso i ahnr Calaas
Charoed With :nplrr ta
Restraint f Trade.
Btt the Jtaoctafe Press
ft-hitifrw.il. Ian. 8. Secretary Bryan late
iimay announren ine reccipi or a noie repiy-
Inr lo tho American communication of Do-n-mbor
. respecting American commerce
The note ts or the ssine length of the
That the British communication Is Incon
clusive in many respects and will lead to
a runner etc nan re or notes was i carnea
rmm auihorliatirc quartern. Alihoiirh many
concessions to neutral commerce have been
made by Enriend on embargoes on re-en
prxtntlnn recently completed with Italy and
Holland some of the points raised in the
AmfM-tcan note such as proof at the time
or detention or iblps and length or urn
required for examlnalon will necesslate
further argument between the state de-
partment and the British foreign office bc-
mrc a arnniip umiers tanning is rt-arnt'd.
Much emphasis is placed hv tlie Biillsh
govnrnmen I on the necessity for careful
search of all cargoes which appear suspici
ous. . V
Great Britain appreciates that the United
States does not deny the right lo a bel-
ligerent to search on the high seas but ts
understood to hnw pointed out that since
this rule of international law was set up.'
the site of vessels has changed and exam-
ination at soa cannot be conducted with art
great facility is previously. TUB American
government pointed out In Its right that in
nm diing tnc ngni or searcn. it could not
without protest permit tho British fleet to
eouvoy neutral ships to ports merely on
suspicion that extended examinations re-
sulting eventually even In the release of
tne vessels nnd an injurious moral crrcct
on American shippers and that compensa-
tion alone for snips detained or seised
could not Induce exporters to rishk their
cargoes especially perishable goous to the
hsiards of the sttustlon. The British gov-
ernment has explained that It ts difficult
to search ine more nam uner ui tne present
dav at sea.
pcrincany ureal nniain claims inai n
ñas pata ior an copper seizeu ana inai ar-
rangements have now been made with
Italv. Holland and tho Scanriinavisn coun
tries whereby legitimate cargoes of even
comrananu win not oe unnuiy neiayea.
Hgorous embargoes on re-exportation
adopted by the neutrals of Europe recently
have made It possible for the British gov
ernment to promise much Improvement to
American exporters or tnese proaucis.
A to fondstiirrs and conditional contra
hand. Great Britain has no Intent on of re
pudlating Lord Salisbury's doctrine that
sum proaucis must d suown to oe avstium
to any enemy torce ddi win insist un care
ful examination of every case.
Remedies for many or the dirncuittes
which have arisen are being a any nevisca
Great Britain has pointed out and steps
taken by the united Mate io ceniry mani-
rests of shlos. showlnr clearly the content;
of ships are expected to assist In removing
causes ror delay.
As to articles which have been placed on
the contraband list such as rosin and tur-
pentine known as naval stores the British
government has applied .the doctrine ot
President Lincoln that absolute contraband
consists of all materials susceptible of use
in nuking mumuons or war. t no onusu
have discovered that these products are
essential to the manufacture of some forms
of ammunition and. will tnslst that under
international law iney must ne nartreu
as absolute contraband.
A narllal remedy for the situation how
ever. Is being Boaght In arrangements ror
consignments or naval stores from the
United States to Holland Italy and other
neutral countries so that American sh ps
can take their rosin and turpentine Dsuast
fur mi i inn carene In the trip across the
ocean sell the contraband to neutral coun
tries where a largo iraoe nas neen con-
ducted In the past and send their cotton
to the belligerent countries without rurther
FOR SPACE TODAY
I I ("in n l SOB TIMBA AITOMOBILE
sBow tun v si. i n (mi roftmoNsj
TO BE AhSIGNKII THIS MORNING. I
Chicago Jan. ft. Business agents of three
labor onions were Indicted In the federal
court today charged with conspiracy In
restraint or trade. Those named are Chas.
W. Pry Machinists' anion; Michael Ar-
tery Machinists Riggers and Rare Morers'
union and Michael Oalln Truck Drlrers'
union. Fry was the only one arrested.
II was unable to give ".( bonds and
went to Jnll
The Indictment grew oat or a shipment
ot Ice machinery In January tvli from
York. Pa. to Chicago. II Is charged the
shipment reached Its destination on Janu-
ary' 10 tetr but was not unloaded until
The three iierandanls were rnargrd wun
having rauaed persons lo reruse to unload
the machinery and threatening to can
strikes amnng all or the men or several
building trades at work ror tbe Ice com-
oanv. The Indictment lid noi smir in-
alleged motive or she business agenta. Chas.
F. Clyne. tinned sutes district aiumiey
vnlunteerel tills Information :
The machinery was not moved Ullttaj
one was n.ilil hv the officials or Ihe hnii-a
erbocker Ire company to wnom tne ma
chinery was rtlrecied.
The arrest or Artery ano uaivin is o-
The arañil lurv netrnn an iiivcaiiw.nwii
of labor conditions last June arter Ocorge
Hammond business ngrnt ror me r.xcavai
Ing Grading and Teamsters' union Was ahoi
and killed by Patrick rilgnan a contractor
who declared that Hammond had attempted
to blackmail him.
John J. McLaughlin stale representative
and head or Ihc McLaughlin aana ana
Oravel company went lo the L'nlled States
district attorney with charges that grart.
blackmail and corruption were ho means
by which ' unscrupulous business agenls
levied rrom contractors.
No lob can be completer! wunom me
payment or blackmail" he said.
EMBARGO ON WHEAT AND FLOl'R.
Chicago Business Men Will Ask Conjress tó
ntcp numprin i
Bv AMoefoled Presa
rhi.. i.n a nesnlnl nns n nc for
conrress lo place an embargo on the export
or wheal and flour a ' ell as on arms and
ammunition It was announced here today
..11 Ha Intrndlired at the nevl meeting
of the Chicago Retail (lrorers and Butchers
aasoclation. - s. wesicriem n nm Wi
the trades relations rojfcmltiee of the na-
tional association- or the retailers planned
to begin In this manner a determined right
gainst the high cost or flour and In-
cidentally or home baked bread.
Leaders on 'change predlcled today In
some Instances that If the price of wheat
went much higher there would be a gen-
nrai iiunSi.' to mm In Dlace of v. -sal
bread both In this country and In Europe.
Une experi pul me uiriusiun '
"It Is not so much a question of price
for wheal as a question or supply. Will
there be enough lo feed two continents ?
ir wheat goes to g.00 It will mean eating
corn as never beroro."
One or the principal rlrms on the Board
or Trade made public dispatches received
today Indicating that many growers said
corn would soon sell at II. IX) a bushel on the
rarms. The latest price or May corn In
Chicago today was ft l-gc.
very Precaution win Be Takes I Assure
Barely el Valuable Msehlnes aad
Other Properly in Ike llall.
With Magic Effect Great Ram-
edy Make Disease
AL8TRIA MAKES PROTEHT
AGAINST ITALIAN OCCUPATION.
tiy the Associated Prest
Milan Jan. 8.Tla London.) The Rerolo
asserts that Count Leopold von Bcrchtold.
Aiirttrlan nitnlsler or roreipn srrairs. na
sent a nolo to Italy proteMtinff against tm--Itallan
occupation of Avlona Albania. Baron
Sidney soon no. Italian minister of Torelirn
affairs has sent a firm reply tho paper
Advanred Bread Prices.
Bji the AociaU4 Presa
Washing-ton Jan. 8. Department of Jus-
tice officials expressed Interest tonight in
reports tnat me price 01 a ioai ui urcau
v - about to lump from 5 to 6 cenia in
Now York Chicago and possibly other large
cities. o action in tn unmeaiaie prospect.
Officials are Interested however in
learning whether there Is any connnIracy
among bakers over the country to effect a
rise in uie price or ineir commoany.
Scott will Case Com promised.
ftp the I fiorin f f Pres
Fort Worth Texas Jan. t.K compromise
brought to an abrupt end the hearing In
the Wlnfleld Scott will caite here tooay.
It was announced that by the terms of tho
compromise Mrs. Georgia Scott Townsend
of Denver wlio was suing to brea her
father'tt wtll. Is to become the owner of
reruiu hotel properly here valued at 175 -
In addition to her lire Interest In real
estate In this city as provided In the will.
New Mexlc Finances.
By "if aaoOsdlef Prea
Santa Fe. i. M. Jan. 8. Reports of conn
ty treasurers show there was a bslanco of peia snd business man
nnn and flirrft nimrlfir mllllrillei 111 ln tttfll- . .
ty-sU counties st the end of the fiscal
year. Tho Increase In these balancii over
last year Is three quartrm of a million.
Receipts were five mllltnns. disbursements
four and a quarter millions In the year.
Yesterday the work of drawing the floor
plans for the Morning Times third annual
automobile show was completed anil this
morning at II at the Times bulMlng tun
exhibitors will meet' for the purpose of
drawing lots to determine their ponitlotis
In the big auditorium. The plsns will be
on exhibition at to so that thoe haying
cars entered will have ample opporiunlty
for inspection before the drawing takes
The completed plans show an almost
Ideal arrangement of the big ball both
from the standpoint or the exhibitor and
thje visitor. Plenty of space Is left for
aisles so that there will be little danger
of crowding no matter liow large the
throng: Therwill be no secluded corners
where an exhibit mlsht escape alfntlou
nor wjll there be stairways or elevators lo
hamper the movement of the crowd
Knierlng the building from Ihe mum
street side tlie visitor will pass to tbe
right or to the left. In ellher direction
a magnificent collection of cars will greet
his tase. Exhibitors who draw the post
tlons in Ihe rVar of ihe hall will have tho
same advantage ss those neater the
tranco since visitors will be certain
pass their displays no matter which way
The machines ami oiher cximms win nti
brought into the building through the Kan-
sas street entrance which is so Militated
that cars may be driven In under their
own power or rolled tn by hand. The lat
ter method win bfl prererrea. since u in
ihe desire oí tho management that no gaso-
line be allowed to enter the building.
Those who drive In will be required lu
drain their cars of gasoline and oil at oice
as a necessary precaution Tor the protec-
tion oí the exhibits.
Tho show msnagement will spare no er-
fort or expense to assure tho safety of
the cars on display. Trained watchmen
will be employed night and day. end the
costly machines and accessories will ne
protected from thieves or miscreants not
only by the regular police but by special
ofricers employed by the Morning Times.
Applications Tor additional space am still
being received and the management was
confronted with a serious problem in meet-
ing all the demands. This situation how-
ever was met by confining Ine show to
the creme de la crenio of the automobile
trade bolh In popular-priced and expen-
sive cars. Every machine lo bo shown
will be the premiere of Its class tho Issi
word In automobile construction and
down-to-the-mlnute In design. This policy
while It necessarily limits tho slie of the
show assures patrons that they will see
nothing but tho best and that their timo
will not be taken up with tho inspection of
a bunch of mediocre earn such as are
orten fised to fill out a show conducted on
less careful Unes.
Tho effort of the Morning Times this
year Is to conduct such an exhibition that
when It is concluded ihe Tact that a car
was among those entered will be a les-
uninnv to Us oxcellence thai will make
saUmuanahlp an easier task for the men
In churro of the illrtlr hilling Sgenen-i
i Anion lite nir n.lfinl. Sld I hi v are Of
everv class from the light runabout or
lady's costly limousine from tho heavy
truck to tho light delivery wagon every
Htanitard make Is represented with the
latest and best typo of Its kind manu
New Hexlro Rxprrss Rates.
Bp the Aoctateft Pres$
Santa Fe N. M. Jan. 8. The ststn cor-
poration commission will meet IN. K. Lock-
wood general irafric mnnagor of the Weiin
Fargo Express company In Albuquerque
tomorrow for a conferco on express
rates. Important reductions in rales
fruit vegetables and cream are asked
At almost any drug store you may eb-
taln 8. 8. 8. tbe famous blood purifier
aud yon then have tbe veritable wlaard
that make all blood tro oh les vanish. Your
stomach takes kindly to 8. 8. 8.. H roanas
Into vour blood la a purifying wave aaakes
tbe ItTtr kidneys bladder aod akin work
In harmony; stops acromo la tlons that have
caused rheumatism catarrh swollen glands
ore throat aod skin rruptloas.
Just as food makes blood so does 8. S. 8.
follow tbe process of digestion to stimu-
late aatnral secretion to protect us against
tbe ravages of disease germs. We are wall
ware of the fact that these germs are
pt to be latent within us to break forth
la violent eruptions of tbe skla whenever
the system IS hi a low stste of reslstsavc.
And It la to both prevent these eruptions
or to get rid of them tbst Nature gave as
auch an ally aa 8- ft. 8. It la purely
vegptable cántalas no mercurr and yet It
overcomes fhos aerlows troubles for which
mercury bsi been employed for ages. In
very community are people who know this
to be true. Ihey owe to A. ft. 0. their
recovery. Get a hot tie today. Refuse sll
so bat It ates. Besd the folder s round ths
bottle that tells of - the wonderful work
being done by the medlrsl depsrtment la
assist lng users of ft. ft. ft. Por special
book oa blood troubles address Tne Bwtft
Co. ftl Swift Bldg. Atlanta. a.
Texs Cotton for Grrmsns.
By the Associated Press
Oslveston. Texas Jan. 8. After X-ray twsts
had shown no contraband concealed In her
nareo. the Ameiirsn steamship Nehraskan
sailed today for Bremen carrying a cargo
of 10817 bares of cotton. The tests wore
made under the supervision of tho British
consul In order to avoid possible delay by
British warships searching for contraband.
HKSI'Elt xH. riGHTIN'G.
Petrorrad. Jan. 8. -An official communica
tion given out by the general surf tonight
"On the left liHnk of tho Vistula at the
villages Of Metalrle Moghely and iloukah.
ih fighting has asaurneu a character more
and more desperate. Tho fierinans not-
wlthstsndlng Hie groat losses Ihey have
sustained continue obstinate attacks at dif-
' "In many places the enemy succeeded in
occupying provisionally certain of our ad-
vanced trenches but our vigorous counter-
attacks followed ordlnarllly by bayonet
charge compelled the Hermans to let go
i mis in ine rogiori or MOiaine
German Cottoa Prices.
Hu the Atsociated Prrnn
Washington. Jsn. 7. Latest quotations of
cotton prices in Oennany. received by cable tiioir hÁlrf
from Ambassador Gerard at Berlin indl-iand Moghely on January 7 we drove away
cate good middling was being offered and the enemy who rushed our advance?!
aecopien ror January ueiivery. at snoui trenches capturing seven officer! and more
Ji-UUHl " aa.o lUUDVBBjU WU 1U) Hieil.
SI'FMMNG 90000 ON CANALS.
Big Forte of Men at Work on lrrlallon
Proleet In Upper Valley.
Preparatory to tho Installation and op
eratlon of the big Monlhau excavating ma
chines recently orderod for work of dregd
ing the canal systems In connection with
tho groat Elephant Butte dam project a
large force or men and teams hove recent-
ly been put to work by I'rojon Manager
L. M. Law son or the United States leclamat
Several weeks ago the sum or ai'iOO.OOO
became available for expenditure during
the next six months and Mr. Law sou has
arranged for ihe work to go rorward ex
pedltlously and efriclently.
About three or four nilien or tne west ine
cunal has been opened and dirt excavated
learns with wheel scrapers and Fresno
scrapers are at work and three rnmpi
1 1 1 vi Iu-mi ecialilia.hi'ri h Ion it ihc. ranal.
H where 153 men and 3.W horses and mule
ant busy. Wlthtn a month It Is Upended
to double this forces whlcii will then he
ihe minimum employed on thai division
or the work.
A camp is also being established at the
dnuislie getting preliminaries In ahape for
the work to proceed with dlftpatch as soon
.t- the two large Monlhan excavating ma
chinea are placed in active commission
one of these machines Is being taken
rrom Mesquiic wnere u wan unioaaen
be taken to a point above San Miguel on
the Uno of the canal where it is to be set
up. It was found necessary to dismantle
Annual January Clearance
In the- "Popular'" Hen's Outlining Department
emi-Annual deductions On Manhattan Shirts
Are Now in Effect
All broken lines
offered at the foil
of these famous shirts
owing reduced prices:
$1.50 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$2.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$2.50 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$3.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$3.50 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$4.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to.
$5.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$5.50 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$6.00 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
$8.50 Manhattan Shirts Reduced to
Above lots include fancy pleated some white negligee
with soft or stiff i nlls. etc. These are broken lines
and sizes and are offered in the clearance at the above
reduced prices. Most every size in these lots to begin
with but those who come first get the first choosing.
Men's Suits andl Overcoats Eedluced
In price but not in quality or service. All these standard makes that have satisfied El
Paso's best dressers for years are included Hart Schaffner Sc Marx. Rogers Peet Co. Fit-
form and others blues and blacks included.
$40.00 Suits or Coats $26.66 $25.00 Suits or Coats $16.66
$37.50 Suits or Coats $25.00 $22.50 Suits or Coats $15.00
$35.00 Suits or Coats $23.33 $20.00 Suits or Coats $13.33
$32.50 Suits or Coats $21.66 $18.00 Suits or Coats $12.00
$30.00 Suits or Coats $20.00 $1 5.00 Suits or Coats $10.00
$27.50 Suits or Coats $18.33 $1 2.50 Suits or Coats $ 8.33
ReKUlnr prices nitiRe upwnrd
from $3.00 to $7.60. Now
25 Per Cent Less.
Trousers thai wero
Trousers that worn
TroUMurn that wero
Trousers that were
Trousers that wero
Trousers that were
Trousers that were
And why not buy a fancy
Vts at 25 per cent off?
Juet a fancy vent wllh your
suit you have been wearing
will make (ho ontlrc suit loot
Regale Raüatoi Farnnms Stacy-Adams
Authority Styles in Men's Shoes.
Are Taking Ad-
vantage of These
Men's and Boys' Shoes Eeducedl
. . $5.45 $4.00 Styles at $3.35
. . .$5.15 $3.50 Styles at. . .$2.95
..$4.65 $3.00 Styles at. .. .$2.65
..$4.25 $2. 50 Styles at.... $2.15
. . $3.85 $2.00 Stlyes at $1 .75
At the Window
$6.50 Styles at.
$6.00 Styles at .
$5.50 Styles at.
$5.00 Styles at.
$4.50 Styles at.
the blfr machine which weiirh forty ton
ono ttectlon alone welahlnir Hfvontenn ton.
n4 the bridge over tin; river I uuablo lo
n i mi auch a nrcHt weight.
THREE MINUTE JOURNEYS
By Temple Manning
t WHERE MEN OFTEN CARRY LOADS TWICE THEIR SIZE
I1T nrr part of the Orient tbs staa-
éard mt tmnsportatkm t the aootts
If mm lndtan aasrcánaa wtehas as V
Rrar a Mil of rood to a ewstomsr ha
does not say: MBaod so many of saaoh
and aaach a t hrnc to Bo-nd-fo i as
that will be aboart stz track toada won't
atr Ho strolls oat of taw offlos and
appi noulisa Ms sklpptnc Balm. "How
many Sasa hsare yarn got? I want Ton
to rasa 4 ooobm loada to taw Bo same Ho
tara" Lost yoa do mot know wtaat s
oaoBaa ta. tot sao Aessarfao oaao
A saotts. whatasa as ta lodtaa or
Cain s. fcs a stava little laaas at
m turn of tas isa sat an awl eoadttton of
orloatal man. Invariably be a dirty
aaa Ho new la esotnoa ta mors ta an
of a oottoa broach dotb to
He caa earry ssoeo
f a load asliaaaa aasfl farther ssad wtta
traaasr eorbalaay taat It wtll arrtve ot
Ha liillsattoa la aooal oontftttoa abaa
any otto boast of aaaiia. Pat; ala aay
bo aaoabsss )w
body and soul
t brown plain wbero tha roads aro
food but of tener little tore
toot-worn tracks through tbs
a" on aa India tha oseliss aro of a oaata
avpnraU and eUstlact from evory otto
HJ anWt-Ta rv. tssTTJ I
DoHvoriac Paran Baskots.
Upon any saw of
or nUht ono may ssa eooHos trotting
potion tly alone: carrying burden often
so Mg that they seem Tike animated
toads with tiny Hi tie brown Vacs to boep
them ever gotng onward.
Of roars tboro la a dlfferaaoa m
eooHos and tbob earrylna; powers ksst
as there ta dlffasanos tn all other moa
and their powars of work. Ono aootts
mar ho aba to oarn half aa naaab aaaan
aa tbe fellow who works boa Id Mam. Ha
earns moro hoeaas he aaa carry a
heavier load. Sometimos a coono wtll
i ffaln a local reputation a strong aaa
and then his aervtces are saasriy bad
for by the aMtwaaata until art enttoes
him hito a contract that practlcaay
hotds htan In happy slavery ror Ufo.
j But however thta rivalry imani
: eooltay nd am on; mwrsbaat ta gat tha
i boat oaas to work ror thorn there eons
j timas oomos before a travnllar's ayas
I tn rather anvoatns srrbt of a oootaa
running swiftly along with a bordan so
emastngly big that he grin so bo trots.
H grin beca ose Ms bardan ts eur
I heve aoen a root! tiottmg along ao
Indian lane with a load of palm a a shot a
ao vary btg that he was oom polled to
divide It Into two loada when he cants to
the vWags- The strosts were ao narrow
that bis load oauld aot pas through
than' without errará ag tha hoas aa
SAM KRAMIht;0 NTHKLI LH.HIH.
Costrart AuardPd lor Illumination ot lloulo
to t nlon Htalhin.
At lant thH effort of lh' rhanibcr of
Conunnrrr to provide ror Ui" lighting or
san Franctaco a treat hnvi been crowneo
with ftuixraa. snd ycHn'nluy ronlrncu wero
Klgiin.1 with all thr nrnm iiy nwnt-ra along
uir i i i-1 1 . 1 1 k lil -tr ir Ni ir i in.- ni un ti
thn atri'Ht w II bo - r . - 1 1 . h i into a in ii
I ant "white wav."- ein-tuilng fnuii thft Lit
tie riaza to ine union i-oi anu un'n. r io
Davla atrenl. Contract for the work hou
been awarded to ibe hi I'aso hleciric com
pany at an stluiAlcd cost to the properlj
owners of runncihing over I7.O0O.
Tho arc light n will nu rrom aleel
Imlley wiih metal arma extending
ovor the a tree L The arc llghn In queatlon
sre known nn the Mngnetlte light and are
or Mm) lar di-Hlgn with tho liglit to be nwd
in lllutnliiatloii ir ' Itm .one" at tin; Pan-uina-l'Hciric
Intoriiiitional rxiioaltlnn al Sim
Francisco. l:arh light la or HOo raudh'-
power and their combined erfrri will re-
ault in the brilliant ilhiinlnation or San
Franc nrn stre t The UghiM will Ih 45 foej
span al tf-rtiM ting on either sltht or tbe
street. .M ihe I'nlon atatlon tint lights will
converge at the entrance Into an arch m
fordtng a isnb'ritlld efrecl.
An order for the an-el polen wih placed
yrniiTiiay ny iw nienric t:oinpny aim
work w II begin iniincdlateiv unou their ar-
rtval and b" rualM'd lo completion by Murdi
i. - t M.i i ti. "wiiiUi way may i-- in worg
Ing eondillon by tbr imfo the ranhandb-
( sMieinen'H convention la held early in
Hullee Reeelvr t'ale Alarm
A or pn iii i- was ruahrd to No. Toi
Monlana street fat night where orrice-
Drawn had found the door or the King
rorree romnany broltrti open. Several po-
lice Hiirruundnd tbe .Uro ami entered tlm
building. While Un v were luvtKiigating
the cauae of the brnkrii door they swoko
the owuura or tha place who tobi them
thai the door was torced by firemen heveral
days ago when Mm building .aught fire.
MADE IN EL PASO WcEK
'"" smssasasasaaaailSKsaB C-
Ererr psUr ol Ladles' Bat-
ton Boots In oar store go I
Ht lollowlllsT priuos:
l ..nil- -' Button Boots; regu
lar It.OO values S4.HS
' ladles' Button Boots; rexular
luidles' Button Hoots; rogulur H.50 and
$4.00 values S3.43
Liidles' Button Boots; regihir $3.50 and
$3.00 tullios S2.4
IIEUI ITIO.V ON MKN'8 SHOKS
300 pairs of .Nettleton Uhoes; regular $4-50
mid $7.00 SS.OO
All llund Craft Khoos; 'regulur
IÚ.U0 valoes M.la
All Kami 'i. ft Hlioes; regular
$4.K0 and $1 values SS.SS
ON CHIUDKKNH SHOK
Wo aro also o fieri ng some real bargains
In Meal's HhoPH.
ettloton and lUnd Craft.
Kut-rs to Pow Mint' Co.
231 VN ANTONIO ST.
aa abaá aaaat of taa
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