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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, March 16, 1910
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Dsn't Buy Electric Fans
When You Can Rent Them
The Standard Electric Co.
107 S. Stanton Sf.
Palace Cafe, H. B. Thompson,
El P&se Herald Offices.
A. H. Blchards, Jeweler.
International Boole Co.
Va. Moeller, Real Efitat.
Isefeby Ci&ar Stand.
H. I. Howell, Heal, Estate,
agent Herald Bids.
T. W. C A. Lunch, and Rest
Jehn Brunner. Taller.
J. P. Mllner, C. E. E. M., repre
senting: the White Sands Co.
Miss Pauline Hilpert, Dress
Standard Home Co.
K. I. Nichols, Attorney at Lar.
J. E- Butcher, Attorney at Law.
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co., E. McMillan, tGen. Agent.
Southwestern Iortland Cement
The Public Stenogrrayhers Co..
Hrs. Jessie E. M. Howe ana Miss
Buth "Williams. Proprletors.
The Win. Jenninrs Ce Ensl
xeers ana Machinery merchants.
First Church of Christ, .Scien
tist, Beading Rooms.
Mrs. A. P. Thompson, Mrs. Wm.
Noble, China Decorations.
Drs! Eatterlee & Satterles. Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlea and
Dr. jsettle Sctterlee.
Carter & Robertson, Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
Public Stenographers Co. Ruth
Williams, Mngr. ,
Mrs. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
j.ne Ludlow-Saylor "Wire Co.
J. E. Robertson, Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
Lee & Woodyard, contracting
R. E. Huthsteiner, Mechanical,
Electrical Engineer. t
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A.
tracks and Main street.
BAGGAGE & TRANSFER
PHONE BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
116 SA2J" FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE A3TO MOVING
ALL KINDS OP HAULING
3ell Phone 1054 Avto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
Ten new styles in Women's
Oxfords, Patents and Plain
CHICAGO MEAT PACKER
PLEADS NOT GUILT?
New York, N. T., March 16. Another
of the indicted Chicago meat packing
officials, Lemuel B. Patterson, vice
president of the National Packing
company, appeared voluntarily in the
New Jersey court of common pleas' In
Jersey City today, and entered a plea
of not guilty to the indictment charg
ing conspiracy and restraint of trade.
He furnished ball in the yam or $7500.
TRY DR. CHE HOtC'S VEGETABLE
m -. ..
ity or weakness
of men. women
all Skin Diseases.
tarrh, ''Heart Dis
ease, Lung Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female internal
tion or acute
$ 1.00 to $5.00
LY CURED. Of
fice 105 N. Campbell. Bell Phone 2910.
Independent Assay Office
D. "W. HxcotABT. E JL, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays autf
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examine
and Reported Upon. Bullion Yiork 9.
Specialty. p Q Box S9
Office and Laboratory:
Cx. Saa Frzacisce k Ck&ssfeM Sk.
EL PASO- TEXAS.
Successors to Hughes St Critcaott
JUsayera. Chemists. lUtallurglaU.
Agents' for Or iShlppera.
622i San FiaTncizco St. Phese S3.
AGO BY ANTITOXIN
A Remarkable Test Case of
Interest tor All Who Are
The author of the following letter
is a business man whose reliability is
beyond question. TVe publish it over
his facsimile signature, knowing that j
muse wiu are iii.iicteu wmi uuiiauinp-
tion are skeptical and doubt the
claims made for any remedy for its
cure. "We have many letters such as
Mr. jrarshel's, and will publish them
from time to time, as we believe such
letters will overcome your skepticism.
Our former patients are our best
friends and all enthusiastic advocates
of the Antitoxin treatment for the
cure of tuberculosis.
"What was done for 3Ir. 3Iarshel can
be done for you.
St. Louis. December 1, 1909.
"Wright-DuerJng Antitoxin Co.
Dear Sir It is a great pleasure to be
afforded thfe opportunity to express my
gratitude to you under the hope that It
may reach some one who, like myself,
was "down in the depths" when I was
told that I had tuberculosis. There
seemed to be no bottom to the depths,
but after four months' treatment in
1906 I was pronounced a well man. It
Is a difficult matter to find words to
express my extreme joy, and I take
great pleasure in recommending your
treatment to any one similarly afflicted.
Chicago, Milwaukee &
St. Paul Railway Co.,
The above letter was written by one
who knows from experience what he
is talking" about, one who had been
advised to- seek health by change of
climate, one who had been told by
prominent physicians he had tubercu
losis. He had .given up all hopes of
ever again being cured until he went
under our Antitoxin treatment, with
the result set forth in Jiis letter. His
is the experience of many and will be
yours if you do not delay taking the
Wright-Duering Antitoxin treatment
"We have established offices for the
"vTright-Duering Antitoxin company in
El Paso, San Antonio and Dallas, Texas,
for the purpose of demonstrating what
our Antitoxin treatment for the cure of
Tuberculosis will do under the most fa
vorable climatic -conditions. The wis
dom of the move has already been
shown. The results are more apparent,
and come in less time than in the less
favorable climate. "We have under treat
ment already many cases that are
showing most satisfactory Improve
ment, and will result in cures more
readily than those affected in the north,
where all our demonstrating was, done
before ire opened in the southwest.
For further information, consultation,
and examination, call on or address
The "Wrlght-Duerinjc Antitoxin Co.,
Suite 30, 3rd Floor City National Bank
Building, El Paso, Texas.
Dr. T. Marion Stotts, Physician In charge
Texas, Solon, Charged "With
"Killing Opponent, to
Get IsTew Trial. ,,
Austin, Tex., March 16. The court of
criminal appeals today reversed and
remanded the case of E. C. Gaines, from
Hood county. Gaines was the repre
sentative of Hood county in the state
legislature and was charged with kill
ing his opposing candidate at Comanche
during the campaign. The court today
ruled that the trial judge should have
Instructed the jury on self defence
In the lower. court'Gaines was con
victed and sentenced to serve three
yearn in the penitentiary.
The court today also affirmed the life
sentence against 'Bob Long, from La
mar county, charged with the murder
of Prof. Jacowayi of the Paris schools.
The case of J. S. Phelps, from Hill
county, was also reversed and remand
ed. Ho was convicted of selling liquor
in a local option district and was given
a ear. The court cites Ramsey's re
cent ruling in reversing the case.
TO COUNTY JAIL
Lillian Prazier Weeps Bit
terly During Examin- ,
Lillian Frazier, alias Mrs. John Little,
alias Lillian Harvin, was given a pre
liminary hearing before justice E. H.
TVaison this morning and was remandea
She is charged with theft over $50
from Frank Powers, theft over $50
from Mrs. A. M Loomis, burglary of
the Powers and Loomis residences and
with unlawfully concealing stolen "pro
perty, there being six counts against
The burglary of the Powers resi
dence, at 1307 Mesa avenue, occurred
on February 17, at 1:30 in the morn
ing, while the Loomis residence at
the corner of El Paso and Boulevard
streets was burglarized on February
7 and again on February 11, the goods
secured from the two residences being
estimated as worth $42S.50.
The woman wept bitterly during her
trial this morning.
"W. R. Frazier, alleged to be the wo
man's husband and to whose mother,
Mrs. J. A. Frazier, of Irby, Okla., the
goods were addressed, in a package,
which was recovered through the post
office authorities, is believed by the
authorities to have left town and gone
OWL IS ADDED TO THE ZOO
AT WASHINGTON PARK
A monkey faced owl, presented to
the city by Peter A. Rowe was taken
to "Washington parx this morning where
it will be cared for.
Mrs. Frank Alderete has offered to
present two bantam roosters and two
hens to the city, together with a) set
ting of'eggs, believing that the eity will
be able to raise some little white chick
ens and care for them at the park.
Acting mayor Robinson is making in
vestigations in order to ascertain if the
cily can care, for litem 'before accept
ing -the gift.
Harry A. Carpenter left for Portal es,
N. M. Tuesday evening on business.
UlLU III n
Girl Dies There at Tucum
cari, and Mother and Min
ister Hold Funeral.
fTucumcari N. M., Marcs iG. One of
the most unusual occurrences that ever
happened in this city, or possibly any
other city, was the holding of funeral
services in the Red Light saloon, and
dance hall, which took place here yes
Mrs. Bertha Osborne, aged 23, who was
an inmate of this resort, died of gas
tritis Monday afternoon. Her mother,
who lives at Liberal, Kans., and is a
Christian woman, was Informed of the
death of her daughter by wire yester
day, and arrived here thismornlug. She
wanted the funeral services held at the
Red Light dance hall, and asked one
minister, who refused, to officiate with
out the body being removed. She then
asked Rev. C. L. Brdoks, who accom
panied her and the undertaker, M: H.
Koch, to the place and held the funeral
The-body of the dead woman lay in
a beautiful casket in the center of the
dance hall. The old woman went to the
piano and the minister commenced sing
ing: "What a friend we have in Jesus,
All our 'sins and griefs to bear!"
As the strains of music of the old song
gently wafted through the long dance
hall, a dozen or more of the inmates
gathered with tears in their eyes to lis
ten to the funeral sermon. The very best
attention was given Rev. Mr. Brooks
throughout 'the services, when the body
was transferred to the depot and will be
taken to Liberal for interment tonight.
Mrs. Osborne leaves a little 3yearoId
girl, Jewel, whom she kept at the Red
Light with her. The child will now be
taken care of .by her grandmother, who,
it is said, is the wife of a railroad man
who holds a .responsible position with
the Rock Island company at Liberal.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
J. R. Harper Presiding.
City of El Paso vs. W. W. "Wiley,
trespass to try title; on trial.
41ST DISTRICT COURT.
A. M. "Walthall, Presiding.
C. A. Coggin vs. Felix Martinez, suit
to recover interest money: on trial.
Mrs. Blanche Scan Ion vs. G., H. & S.
A. Ry. Co., suit for damages; filed.
E. H. WatsonPresiIdlng.
Lillian Frazier, burglary, theft over
$50; unlawfully concealing stolen prop
erty: bound over to grand jury in sum
BOY DIES FROM
Dallas, Tex., March 16. John
Airhart, aged 19, a student at
Simmons's college, Abilene, in
jured in a football game there
Oct. 10, last year, died in a lo
cal hospital this morning as a
result of the injuries.
Ho has been unconscious most
of the time since the accident,
having suffered concussion of
TEXAS ICE PLANT
BURNS FROM EXPLOSION
Nacogdoches, Tex., March 16. Fire
late yesterday destroyed the plant of
the ice and cold storage company here,
causing a loss of $30,000. The blaze
originated in the fuel room, where an
ammonia drum exploded. The owners
reside outside of Texas.
Austin, Tex., March 16. Attorney
general Lightfoot today' approved the
charter of the Temple Northwestern
railway. The company will build a
road from Temple to Corsicana, a dis
tance of 100 miles. The capital is $100,
000. The incorporators are G. W. "Wil
cox, A. R. Beatty, John Cole and others
PIERCE NOT IN AUSTIN.
Austin, Tex., March 16. H. Clay
Pierce, of St. Louis, Mo., who has
fought many rounds with the Texa3
courts, did not arrive here todaj' as
was expected. His attorneys say he
will be in Texas this week to look nfter
r. Pierce9 s Healt
The miracle of motherhood is often overshadowed by the misery of motherhood. The great
functional changes which are incident to child bearing leave their mark for life on many a
mother. Some women offer up their lives as a sacrifice on the altar of motherhood. A far
greater number live on in ceaseless misery. Their strength fails, their beauty' fades, they have
no ambition and no enjoyment in life. To every woman
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Contest Editor, .
EL Paso Herald. . . :
' JDate .,1910.
I nominate ..;
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EL PASO HERALD POPULAR VOTING- CONTEST
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This nomination blank counts for 5 votes for the
candidate nominated. -''"."
COiENTl OF TEXAS CATTLEMEN
Ft. "Worth, Tex., March 1G. Interested in the convention of the Texas
Cattle Raisers' association is centering: in the contest benvcen San Antonio and
Et Pnso for next year's convention.
Each city has a delegation here San Antonio has 200 and both are con
ffdent of vinnin. The selection of the meeting; place and the election-of offi
cers takes place tomorrow.
"Word vras received from governor Campbell today that he would try to
be here tomorrow and address the cattlemen.
Today's proceedings were, chiefly routine.
The resolutions will be adopted this
Taft's proposed court of commerce.
XEALOX TO I.AS CRXJCES.
ST21 0 03 IIJAL UOIB3M mJZ Ud9SOf
Cruces Thursday morning to deliver a
St. Patrick's day address before the
Knights of Columbus of that city
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Offers escape from the pains and perils of motherhood. Taken during
the period of waiting and anticipation this medicine strengthens the
body, nourishes the nervss, and prepares the whole womanly system
for the coming of baby. It also insures an abundant supply of nourish'
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The mind feels bright and buoyant. There is no anxiety, no dread, but in
its place a happy anticipation of the baby's coming, which counts for the
future happiness of the child unborn. The use of "Favorite Prescription"
makes the baby's advent easy, and gives abundant vitality to nursing mothers.
There is no alcohol or habit-forming drugs in "Favorite PrescT-inf-inn.'
Accept no substitute for "Favorite Prescription." There is nothing "just as good"
for weak and sickly women. All its ingredients printed on its botde-wrapper.
The larger SUCCeSS nf Hnrrrr rr H nitron St" is never Wnn Ktt mi-inrr Inw tVm- 4o. ,J1I
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Hamburg American Line
North German Lloyd
Red Star Line
lowest fares, ootli rail and
cabin reservations through
furnishel on request. ,
E. P. & S. W. SYSTEM
CITY TICKET OFFICE SHELDON HOTEL,
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Phones: Bell 594; Auto 1694
afternoon and they will likely oppse
BIG RAIN IX NORTH TEXAS.
Wichita Falls, Tex., March 16. A
soaking- rain fell throughout northwest
Texas and southwest Oklahoma this
morning and extended as, far south as
Abilene. It will greatly benefit crops.
is cauea jor win cmiui mm in
' American Line
steanihsip and secure for
,to any European port.
City Passenger Agent.
"Old Folks at Home."
"A Warrior Bold."
"Last Eose of Summer."
1 ' Danny Deever. ? '
"Come Where My Love
"Heart Bow'd Down."
"Old Log Cabin in the
"When You and I. Were
"Silver Threads Amonf
"Home, Sweet Home."
Kote Bring your request
Thursday Eve., 7:30 Oclock.
103 El Paso Street.
Mother Thaw visited the police de
partment Tuesday afternoon and made
a short address assuring the men of her
appreciation of their work and devo
tion to duty.
You'll be surprised at
the residts you will get
from a small want, orent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25 e to 50c.
phone Bell 115, Auto
It is a purely
what they ask for when Dr.
respect, ir it aoes not swell
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