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L PASO HERALD
Tuesday, March 15, 1910.
PBESIDEHT URGES PEOPLE TO ANSWER
Washington, D. C, March 15. Presi
dent Taft, in a proclamation, urges
everybody throughout the'United States
"to answer promptly, completely and
accurately all inaulries addressed to
them by the enumerators or other em
ploves," who will be engaged in the
taking of the 13th decennial census,
uhlcli work will begin one month from
today- The proclamation follows:
"Whereas, Bv the act of congress
approved July 2, 1909, the 13th decennial
census of the United States is to be
taken, beginning on the 15th day of
April 1910; and,
"Whereas, A correct enumeration of
the population every 10 years is re
quired by the constitution of the Unit
ed States for the purpose of determin
ing the representation of the several
states in the house of representatives;
"Whereas It is of the utmost impor
tance to the interests of all the people
of the United States that this census
should be a complete and accurate re
port of the population and resources
of the country;
"Now, therefore. I, William Howard
Taft, president of the United States of
America, do hereby declare and make
known that, under the act aforesaid,
it is the duty of every person to an
swer all questions on the census sched
ules applying to him and the family to
-.hich he belongs, and to the farm oc
cupied by him 'or his family, and that
any adult refusing to do so is subject
Purpose of Census.
TVn cnln mirnnco nf tVlA OATISHS IS tO
secure general statistical information
regarding the population ana resources
of the country, and replies are required
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COLOR AND BEAUTY.
No matter how old aEa
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f keep you looking young, pro
mote a luxuriant growth or
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jour hair. Is Not a Dye.
REFUSE ALL. SUBSTITUTES
$1.09 and 50c. Bottles, at Druggists
Ffeiic Hay SpecCo.,NewJKrlctN.J.,U.SJl.
KELLY & POLLARD.
DRINK MILK OR!
PLENTY Of IT BRINK
EL PASO PIRE--
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there Is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
Fkenes: Bell S40; Auto 1150.
Office 313 S. Oregon.
EL PASO AND
The Most TJp-toDate Train Out of
First and Second Class Sleeping
Cars, Dining and Library Observa
tion .Cars, Free Reclining Chair
City Ticket Office
St. Begis Hotel
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I vvjfcW Day
I lfl the
I Sunset Beuta
I'MiiNNjB 5ISAJN FRANCISCO AJXU
Hotel Men's Oonvention, less Angeles
Tickets on Sale April 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th.
Limit Three Months From Date of Sale.
STOPOVERS ALLOWED within limit on either
going or return trip.
Honolulu and Bafurn 175.00
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL.
w. o. Mccormick, g. a.; j. e. monroe, c. t. a.
S OF THE CENSUS MEN
from individuals only in order to per
mit the compilation of such general sta
tistics. The census has nothing to do
with taxation, with army or jury serv
ice, with the compulsion of school at
tendance, with the regulation of immi
gration, or with the enforcement of any
national, state or local law or ordi
nance, nor can any person be harmed
in any way by furnishing the informa
tion required. There need be no fear
that any disclosure will be made re
garding any individual person or his af
fairs. For the due protection of the
rights and interests of the persons fur
nishing information, every employe of
me census oureau is proniDitea, unaer
heavy penalty, from disclosing any in
formation which may thus come to his
"I therefore earnestly urge upon all
persons to answer promptly, completely
and accurately all inquiries addressed
to them by the enumerators or other
employes of the census bureau, and
thereby to contribute their share to
ward making this great and necessary
public undertaking a success.
"In witness whereof I have hereun
to set my hand and caused the seal of
the United States to be affixed.
"Done at the city of Washington, this
15th day of March, A. D., 1910, and of
the independence of the United States
of America, the 134th.
"By the president, Wm. H. Taft.
"P. C. Knox, Secretary of State."
To Remove Fears.
The proclamation Is lor the purpose
of removing fears from the minds of
some people who are of the opinion that
information which "they give concerning
themselves to the census taker may be
used in some way to the detriment of
their personal or business interests.
Against any such abuse, however, the
government has thrown the strongest
ITS CITY WELL
Stone to Eeplace Timbering.
Prisoners Are Doing
"Workmen, most of them prisoners,
are remodeling the city water well at.
Juarez. Emiliano Terrazas, engineer in
charge of the plant, is watching them
to see that It is done properly.
According to the plans drawn by Mr.
Terrazas. the water hole will be altered
from four feet square to 10 feet in di
ameter. Stone will replace the timber
walls. The well, which Is 4S feet deep,
has given water in plenty for city con
sumption, and no deepening operations
are deemed necessary.
"Water meters have been ordered. Soon
the pipe pay system will be abolished
and the housewives of the Mexican city
will be paying by the metric foot- The
Juarez water plant has been a paying
Independent Assay Office
D. "W. SrcKKAKT. E JL, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Office and Laboratory: '
Csr. Saa Frtidscc k CbfeaafeutSfe.
EL PAPO. TEXAS.
I Custom Assay Office
I CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Crltcheti.
Aec&yer. ChcnUat, Metallurgist.
A.s nt for Ora Shippers.
E?TXi San frsL-nfAnto S. Phaa S3.I
J. Bc Sufion Osmpany
Bell Phone 680 328 Texas 2t.
The Only Exclusive
ENGRAVING AND EMBOSSING
CONCERN IN THE SOUTHWEST
X Write tat Catalogue ci
!C 0 RUBBER STAMPS
M . AND STATIONERY
7-A.Lt UAA4I t
H EL PASO. TEXAS.
"Wafrnrp1A own rrm-
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
now prepared in
most highly efflca
ceous tablet form. S2
per box- Lasts one
month. Sold in
p.i Paso only bF
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
LOS ANGELES AND RE
jU RETURN $40.00
PORTLAND, ORE., AND
Write Now for a Free Trial
Package of Pyramid Pile'
Cure and Prove Its Sure
"We want to place a trial package of
Pyramid Pile Cure In the possession of
every sufferer from piles.
"We will send such a package by mail
in a plain wrapper free to any one who
will send his or her name and address
to us. (
This package will contain an amount
of Pyramid Pile Cure sufficient to
prove it a remedy for piles above any
on tho mm-Trot nnrl simh a trial Tack- ,
age has cured many cases of piles with
out further treatment.
Every druggist sells Pyramid Pile
Cure. Price fifty cents. Think how
successful it must be to do this and
how popular these little healing cones
are. No trouble, discomfort, pain or
worry. They act gently, surely and
perform in many cases, what people
think are marvels. Address Pyramid
Drug Co.. 161 Pyramid Bldg., Marshall,
AMERICAN IN A
Chas. A. Rehstock Is Con
victed and Given Nine
Years in Sinaloa.
Mazatlan, Mex., March 15. For over
a year Chas. A. Rebstock bas been In
jail at San Tgnaclo, in this state,
charged with murder It seems that at
the time mentioned he became intoxi
cated, and it is charged, he drew a
pistol and Bred it off at random, kill
ing one Mexican and wounding an
other. He was arrested and thrown
in jail, but the wheels of justice ground
so slowly that he would have probably
rotted in jail without a trial had not
the few Americans here presented a
petition to governor Reso to expedite
matters. The governor told the officials
to "get a move on," which they did,
and in short order tried and convicted
Rebstock of manslaughter, and sen
tenced him to 9 years In the pen. Reb
stock was a railroad man and some of
his fellow workers and friends are
now working to have him pardoned-
Mr. .Coffin, the American consul at
Mazatlan, has been relieved by W. S.
Alger, formerly United States consul in
L.and in this section is "moving," no
less than one million acres of territory
in Sinaloa and Teplc having been sold
to Americans within the last six
months. Several Los Angeles bankers,
El Paso real estate men and men from
other sections are Jiere looking over the
field and making- purchases.
TO BUILD HALL!
Structure to Be Adohe and!
Trimmed With Brick.
Will Cost $5000.
Just by way of outdoing the Mexican ,
fraternal societies of the Pass City, j
members of the Ygnacio Zarragoza
Mutual association of labor of Juarez
will build a new hall. The structure
will be located on Ochoa street, between
Lerdo avenue and Dos de Abril street.
Operations will be started next week.
According to plans drawn by Emiliano
Terrazas, city water works engineer,
the new home of the mutual society will
contain a hall S4 by 29 feet. Construc
tion will be of adobe with brick trim
mings and corners. The cost will be
ORE SHIPMENT VALUED AT
$3300 RECEIVED AT SMELTER
A shipment of 105 sacks of sulphide
from the Silver City National bank, Sil
ver City, N. M., to the El Paso smelter
company, was received last night by
J. E. Elliott, Wells-Fargo agent. The
shipment is stated to be valued at
$3300. It was delivered to the smelter
X. 31. C. A. XOTES.
Sport attractions, and other things,
caused a postponement of the Forum
meeting at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday
night. The same program as announced
will be talked out next Saturday night.
It Is spring sure enough, for the Y
M. C. A. night, school. Tonight marks
the beginning o"f spring, not the robin
spring, or the hookey playing, but the
beginning of the spring semester.
k Bed Of Agony
Mrs. Carson, of Argyle,
Mich., Tells Strange Story
of Suffering and How Car
dui Cured Her.
Argyle, Mich. -f had severe pains
from female trouble, and was almost
wild, with pain in my head.
"I wrote you for advice, which I fol
lowed as carefully as possible, and after
using seven bottles of Cardui. I received
'I continued to use it and finally was
cured aid raised from my bed of agony.
Cardui saved my life, when nothing else
would help me and I can't be thankful
enough for what It did for me.
"I recommended it to all my friends
and neighbors. Two have already tried
it and found relief.
"I thank the Lord for planting the
herbs and for showing you how to pre
pare Cardui for our good."
You may be sure, if Cardui will re
lieve and cure such serious cases as
Mrs. Carson's and it is doing It every
day that It will, much more quickly
and certainly, help those women who
have no serious symptoms, but are just
weak and ailing.
As a general tonic for women, to im
prove the appetite and build upt the
constitution, Cardui is in a class by
"Whether seriously sick, or simply ail
ing, try Cardui. It will help you. Your
druggist will recommend it. Ask him.
Consisting of 454 Lots, Partially Within the Corporate
Limits of Las Cruces, and About
Midway Between the Town and
the Agricultural College
Woman Is Taken-to Mexico
er Spending Many
s in the Police
At last he has come the policeman
from Eocarnation de THaz. He has come
to ake away a mother, and" a little
child and one more prisoner not reck
It is Maria Conception Cervantes for
whom the officer from Jalisco has come.
For1 nearly a month the woman has
heen waiting for him, but praying that
he would not come. If the officer haa
arrived tout a 'few days later he would
have found no prisoner the laws of
Mexico hold a limit for such cases. But
he came, and last night took trie woman
away, the woman and the little chHd
and the unexpected one.
When Maria Cervantes was arrested
by Juarez police, on advice that she
had stolen much money down in Jalisco,
the commandant would not permit her
to be locked in the public jail. The
reason was that a little girl followed
about the mother as a little fawn the
doe. So the mother prisoner was held
at the police station, while the child
played abqut the little plaza, free as
nnv little one of the city
It 'happened when the officer came
that the kind hearted commandant
feared that the woman, in the excite
ment of departure, woud attempt to
escape. It happened, too, that a
stranger heard that the mother and
child, for the day, had been placed in
the jail. He sought a toy shop and
purchased a little doll with feathered
head, an Indian doll.
!n it is that tne officer from Jalisco
had an unexpected prisoner to convey '
hnrk to Encarnation de Diaz three I
prisoners, in all; a woman, a little girl
and a doll held close to the breast of
the child, in turn ou the breast of tho
woman, the mother, Maria Conception
LA RErUBLICA MILL ItEPORT. -
The mill report of La Republlca mine
from March 1 to March 8 follows:
Stamp mill ran 104 out of possible 192
hours, running tailings.
Tons ore and tailings treated, 331;
average assay, 4S.S ounces silver.
Assay final residues,. 4 ounces silver.
Tons concentrates, 1,550, assaying
1587.0 ounces silver per ton.
Bullion made, 19,003 fine ounces sil
ver. Estimated net value of concentrates
made, $1420; bullion made, SS930; total,
$10,350 (U. S. currency).
AS A WHOLE
TERMS WILL BE ARRANGED
Or Would Consider Exchange For Clear Income
Property in El Paso
O. Box 24
Popular Voting Contest Is
Causing Quite a Stir
Nominations Are Coming
The El Paso Herald's Topular Voting
contest is a topic of absorbing Interest
in the homes of Herald subscribers in
I every town In this section. .No south
western newspaper has ever before neia
a contest in -which -it did not arrange
Its territory into districts nvhlch prac
tically assured the awarding of the
tically assured the awarding of -the grand
prizes to local contestants. To avoid this
unequal competition. The Herald has
excluded El Paso subscribers from par
ticipating in this contest, and all the
prizes will be awarded to persons liv
ing outside of this city.
The beautiful Overland car which is
offered as the first prize, Is well worth
striving for. and the other prizes are
only less attractive when compared to
this elegantly appointed automobile. The
Apollo player piano which will be giv
en to the second highest contestant is
a valuable addition to any home, for it
has no peer among musical Instruments
ot tne itinu. Aimosi anyone wouia eu
joy -the third prize, a free trip to New
York this summer, especially as the wln-
i ner of this prize will be allowed to take
a companion along to share the enjoy
ment and The Herald will pay all ex
penses for both. It sounds attractive
eveeu now but
sun is getting
next summer when the comDletion of the telegraph, line, i
in its regular 12 hours " v buIU for the CCCC. between K
tiiSlaad Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. 1
a day, a trip on
most attractive thing to be Imagined. In
addition to thesj, prizes. The Herald will
also give to Its hustlers a Hobart M.
Cable piano, four Victrolas, four beau
tiful sets of silverware, four cameras
and several hundred dollars' worth of
Nominations are arriving in every
niail and there will be a candidate from
ever?' town in the entire southwest. If
you have a friend whom you would like
! to see entered as a competitor for these
beautiful prizes, send In his or her
name at once, as the first list of con-
Women s Secrets
- - r.
There is one man in the United Mates wno na """-. .
more women's secrets than any other man f "aanm,en JJJ
country. These secrets are not secrets of m ?
the secrets of suffering, and they have hecf XlceLhcp
R.V. Pierce in the hope and expectation of djce and he
That few of these women have been disappointed " " Jf
pectations is proved by the fact that nmety-e.ght per cent of
all women treated by Dr. Pierce have been taolute ly and
altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable iMhe
cases treated were numbered by hundreds only.
tW record aoolies to the treatment of more than haU .a mil
lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it m gV &nt
and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude aceorded him by women, as the Urst
snecialists in the treatment of women's diseases. nw,.
Ever? sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely wi hour
charge All replies are mailed, sealed in perfectly plain envelopes, without
any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. Write witfiout fear as with.
MtE, to World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Prest.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
TTT?T?e PAvnmTE PRESCRIPTION
3&S:2.l.G9ft Xfi7",lr. ,S7S7"0233.X2. Strong
ioXs. women. vvX3U
m j v
Las Cruces, N. M.
testants will be published next Saturday
and contestants entered at the start
have just that -much more time in which
to get out after Totes. A nomination
blank for this purpose will be' found
elsewhere in .this issue.
To induce contestants to start hustling
at once The Herald offers the follow
ing special piizes.
First Special Prix Offer.
Each 'contestant in The Herald's
Popular Voting Contest will be given a
beautiful set of masterpieces of the
world's literature, or a set of the works
of Rudyard Kipling, for the first sis
nrw yearly subscriptions they so.id in.
Just think of it you only have to get
sl: people to take The Herald for one
year and you get, absolutely free, your
choice of a 10 volume set of Kipling or
an eight volume set of Masterpieces.
Or, we will send both sets to any con
testant for the first 10 new yearly sub
scriptions sent In.
Note Special prize offers do not af
fect in any way the awarding of the
regular prizes. No one is barred from
winning a regular prize on account of
having received a special prize.
I "TCI P.iso neoDle have been excluded
from this congest, because The Herald
realizes that it would be Impossible for
its outoftown subscribers to compete
with local peoplfr on even terms. There
is a Herald, subscriber in nine out of
every 10 homes in this city, and an El
Paso contestant could easily keep ahead
of an outoftown competitor by merely
rollentlnc- from the subscribers in his
J Immedlate neighborhood
The voting coupon
appears on page
TELEPHONE LINE FROM
NACO TO CANANEA
Naco Ariz.. March 1G- Ir. Torbett
is In Naco where he will reside until the
Cananea. sonora, Mexico. xma
wnrk it Is said, will be completed In six
weeks. Dr. Torbett is in charge of
this work, also of the telegraph line
to be built west from Hereford sup
posedly for the Randolph lines.
j R. Collins, photographer of this
place, has returned from Hereford
where he has spent several days tak
ing views for the Greene Cattle com
pany. Mrs. Eugene H. Stover has received
a telegram announcing the death of
her father in Portland, Maine.
t t- nuilianc hpflfn
$150 TO S400
In Buying One
Who have been selling High Grade Pi
anos in El Paso, Texas, for over 28
years, and are how sjelny ont of tfce
piano business, and have to dse est
about forty planes at oace to make
room on account of remodeling their
building. "We will never buy any mora
pianos, and this is a real closlag; ot
sale of Pianos and all musical instru
ments, Sheet Music and Musical Mer
chandise, except Talking Machines and
GOOD NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS FROM
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANOS
$10O TO $155.
PIANOLA PIANO PLATERS $375 AND
"W. G. Walz retires from active busi
ness. "W. G. "Walz company will cut down
their many lines to Talking Jtfachines,
Phonographs, Spalding & Bros. Ath
letic Goods, Eastman Kodaks, and
goods that belong to these lines, and
will occupy one store room and two
Everything se goes at reduced
Our Curio 'Business for sale ci cost-
,Harry T. "Walz and "Wm. G. Walz, jr.,
will do the work hereafter and the oiu.
man is going fishing.
Coughs, Golds, Gatatrh,
Cresolena Is a Boon to Asthmatics.
Docs it Hot seem more effective to breath la &
remedy for diseases of tho breathing: orgaaa than
to take the remedy Into the stomach?
J"i.a.1 .1... .t. ,Y.fM
strongly antiseptic, is carried over the diseased
surface with every breath, giving prdoaged and f
cunsuias treatment, -is la lnTainsaiw jwcaaj
wmu smtiu cuuurea.
or irritated throat
there is nothing better
than Cresolene Antiseptic
Send 6c in postage
for saBplQ oottle.
Send postal fee de
Lisa twton screes,
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