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EL PASO HERALD
14 Wednesday, June 8, 1910.
During the entire month of June we are going to reduce our fees less
than ONE-HALF the usual charges, and although they haie never been
exhorbltant still, many people In need of special treatment have neglected
consulting us for fear that they would be excessive. Many do not con
sider the fact that we furnish all medicines for the cure, that we spare
neither pains nor money In securing the best of everything for -our patients
and that we have expended thousands of dollars In equipping our offices
and are giving them as good treatment as they can get in Chicago or New
York. "With all this, our charges for curing many uncomplicated Chronic
Diseases do not exceed FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
A consultation, a careful examination and our opinion and advice will
cost you nothing nor obligate you to take treatment, and when necessary
we will use the X-RAYS, Cystoscope and 'Microscope, or make a chemical
Some people who read our ads the past two "weeks In which we stated
that we -would cure Varicocele, Stricture and Plies for the small sum of
Fifteen dollars, were very skeptical. The following letters taken from
many we have receivpd, tell what -we are doing:
FRF.F. Discussing- the causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment of all .
ROOK'S -nponi wervous. -Blood and Private Diseases in plain simple lan
DUUBlD gruage. sent to any address, if the writer will mention this paper.
Consultation, Examination and Advice Free
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. "Wednesdays and Saturdays till S
days, 9 to 1 onlv.
Rooms 9-12, C & L. Bklg., 10S N. Oregon St.
.Mark Center LsdyTells How
She Suffered, and Gould .
Not Stand, But at Last
Gat Relief From
s'Sfark Center, o'. "I have befen great-
..ly benefited," writes Mrs. S. J- Kintner,
of this place, "'by taking Cardui. Be
fore trying Cardui, I could not be on
my feet half an, hour at &. time- ZSTcw
I can work all day, and sleep well.
The pain in my right side is all gone,
end I am in better health than I have
been for five years. I recommend Car
dui to all my friends. I am also giv
ing Cardui to my young daughter."
letters from all over the country
come in the daily -mail, telling what
happy results have been derived from
the use of Cardui, the helping, healing
tonic for women.
Its -virtues are due to the specific,
curative qualities, of the herbs of which
it is composed, and its thousands of
lady users appreciate its harmlessness
and non-mineral, non-intoxicating,
beneficial curative qualities.
Half a century of success, in the
treatment and cure of the special wo
manly troubes, for which it is peculiar
ly fitted, is a bond that guarantees the
merit of Cardui, beyond all question.
Isn't it reasonable to suppose that it
trill benefit you?
N. B Write to: Ladies Advisors'
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for
Women," sent in plain -wrapper, on re
quest. Scott & Thornton's
Everything For Men
215 San Antonio St.
The neat dressed man not
only wears spotless linen
but his clothes are well
pressed, and shapely. Do you
look after your clothes like
you do your laundry2
WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR
CLOTHES PROPERLY AT NOMINAL
ASK YOTJB G-ROCER
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
City, May 23. 1910.
Dear Doctors: It is with pleasure
that I write you that the little oper
ation was a perfect success. "When
I read your advertisement stating
that you would cure varicocele for
fifteen dollars, I said to myself, well
I will go up and see where the
catch in thl3 ad. is. as I had sorrie
experience with advertising doctor's
and the other kind too for that mat-
ter. You did all you promised and
I am truly grateful. "Would prefer
that you not use my name in the
papers, but will talk with anyone.
Your Grateful Patient.
El Paso, May 25th.
Dear Doctors: I believe that my
stricture is well. I feel line, in fact
better than for years. Your charges
were less than one-fourth I paid an
other specialist who treated me for
months without giving me relief.
El Paso, Texas.
WOMAN IN JAIL
! Swallows Disinfectant and
Match -Heads at County
Crying and begging for the drug,
which has brojught her to a state of
emaciation. Amy or Lilian Martin, she is
known by both names, wearied of her
unanswered requests for morphine and
attempted to end her life at the county
jail Tuesdaj' afternoon about 4 oclock.
In some unknown itny, she had man
aged to secure some disinfectant used
at the jail and drank a quantity of it.
It only nauseated her and she then
.adopted anotherseheme to end her ec-
! istence. She obtained a number of
. matches and biting off the heads swal
lowed tnem. So painful was thp efrect
of the poisonous sulphur, that she cried
and screamed, attracting the attention
of the jailer.
County health officer Hugh S. White,
who was summoned, immediately used
a stomach pump for the woman. She will
recover frcwn the effects of the poison.
The woman is 25 years of age and i.s
only one of the many drug users who
have been confined in the countv iail
on charges of insanity. She has used
drugs for many years and although,
she had undergone treatment at the
county hospital and at the jail, she has
seemingly not been able to quit the
habit. Several ilanes she has been re
leased from custody, but was found
' suffering from the effects of morphine
or other drugs and was again taken
to the countv iniJ.
OX TRAIL, OP ALLEGED
BRIBERS IX IL.L.IXOIS
Springfield, 111., June 8. That a fund
of approximately $3000 raised to kill
the fish bill in the legislature went to
"sweeten" the general legislative "jack
pot"' is the belief of state's attorney
Burke, who. today returned from a thir.l
, visit to'Beardstown.
The prosecutor said he not only had
evidence to support his hypothesis, but
he Is on the trail of at least one man
whom he believes handled the fish bill
funds after dt had been paid to Frank
Traut, of Beardstown, at the St. Nicho
TAFT REFUSES TO 3IOVE j
THE XEGRO REGI3IENT
"Washington, r. C, June S. Presi
dent Taft today flatly refused to -accede
to the demand from the citizens
of Seattle, Wash., transmitted through
senator Jones, for the removal of the
25th infantry (negro) from the post
near that city, because a soldier is ac
cused of assaulting a white woman.
The 25th is the regiment involved in
tlv "shooting up" of Brownsville, Tex.
The personnel of the regiment at pres
ent, however, is entirely different.
ReponsihIIIty for Accident.
Oakland, Cal., June 8. Censuring the
Oakland Traction company for its oper
ation of cars on the Leon Heights line,
Where five persons met death Memorial
day, under conditions that failed to
provide proper protection for the pas
sengers, the coroner's jury returned a
verdict holding the dead motorman, C.
Chrlstensen, the conductor, TV. J. Hol
dorf, and the company equally respon
sible for the accident.
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Goodwin and His Last
Two Wives; Separated Again
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,Snt Goodwin, the noted, cornelian, and two of the uetresseK who have
borne his name. The upper riht hand picture i that of the present Mrs.
Goodvrln, the former Edna Goodrich, -whose separation from the actor has jut
become public A& his fourth wife she Hied vrith him about tvro years. On
the left Is..3Iaxine Elliott, the third -ife of the divorced comedian. His first
and second wives were Eliza Wetherby and Tella Baker Pease. The prcnent
Mrs. Good-nin does not contemplate an fiuimediatc divorce.
& DAXES AXD PARTIES.
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The Saturday night dance at the
Country club was the principal social
event of the week end. j
A large number of members and J
guests. were in attendance, among whom
were: Mr. and Mrs. TV. TV. Turney, Mr. j
and TV. R. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. TVaters
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Burges Mr.
and J. F. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Happer. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Holmes, Mr
and Mrs. J. J. Kaster, Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Payne, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Johnson, Mr. :md
Mrs. A. P. Coles, Mr. and Mrs. Z T.
5h!te, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lark in,-Mrs.
Thomas Corcoran, Misses Ruh Mc
Curdy, Frances Clark, Henrietta IV.irk
ler, Lucy TVerne, Anna Grace Hills, Ger
trude Ellis. Carolvn Payne, Maud Aus-
i?tin. Adine Xoake, Clara Hague, Ailee-i.
Hague; Messrs. C H. Leavell, TVm. Peti-
folas. Dr. L. G. TVitherspoon, Ralph
Henderson, Merton Lindsey, Richard
Ainsa, Jim Curtis Dr. J. M. Ridley.
George Wines. Britton Davis, TValla ?
Downing, Berry, Boas, O. A. Snyder.
Harry Lucas. Cole, Herbert Bucfcner.
Wallace Morris. TVilson, TVilliam "Valz
Tom Newman, Capt. Drum, Lieuts. Crea,
Coles, Clagett and others.
Miss Gussie Fitzgerald entertained
her young friends at a lawn party,
given at her home, 407 North dmpbell
I street, last Friday evening fmrc 4 to 7.
"fnnv tratnes were indulged in u me
j young folks, the most interesting be
ing that of donkey. The tirst prize iu
pinning the donkey's tail 'nei-est the
proper position, was won by Bernard
Lynch, the second by May Fitzgerald.
In additionmusical numbers woro ren
dered by the string orchestra of St.
Mary's school. Several piano ".nd vocal
selections by individuals, including a
charming duet by Misses Gussie Fitz
gerald, and Lavon Sorrell, were- also
Refreshments were served at 5 orloclc.
Those who entertained the voting peo
ple were: Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mrs--. Kevil
and Miss McCabe. The gues-s weie:
Misses Bessie Gilson, Etheld-oda Gor-mn-n
TTittv "Riirkell. Maril and Agm-i
! Lynch. Noia Young, Paralle Bu'iard,
Zula House, Eva Stevenson, uatnanne,
TVinnie and' May Fitzgerald, Jos hine
Allard, Lavoh Sorrell, Alice Mahoney,
Lucille' and Anna Lyons, Patty Alnsa,
Agnes Morrill, Marie Spencer, Maxil
Moran, Messrs. Bernard Lynch, James
Gorman, Philip Cremins, Elmer Delaney,
Tim Sullivan, Herbert Kopf.
1 Mrs. D. TV. Fitzgerald very pleasantly
entertained on Thursday afternoon from
4 to 7 in honor of her little daughters.
A string orchestra added to the pleasue
of the afternoon as did several muskal
selections rendered by Dreda Gorm-tn,
James Gorman, Lavon Sorrell and Gus
nnTriM wpm nrnvided for the amuse
ment of tiie little folks and dainty re-
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iresnracnis were serveu u. ji. j.
Those enjoying the delightful party
were: Ethel Gorman, Bessie Gilson.
Lula House, KatfTerine, Winnie and
May Fitzgerald, Kola Young, Patty
Ainsa, Katie Burchell, Carrie Lee Bul
lard, 'Marie and Agnes Lynch. Eva
Stevenson, Lucile and Anna Lyons,
Maxil Moran, Josephine Ellis, Alice
Mahoney, Agnes Morrill and Marie
Spencer, James Gorman, Bernard Lynrh.
Phil Cummings, Elmer DeLaney, Her
bert Koph and Tim Sullivan.
On Thursday last the home of Miss
Lydia Schubert was the scene of a de
lightful linen shower, given in hone
of Miss Man ie Kelly, who is to be one
of the Jun? brides.
The house was beautifully decorated
in white and blue. An arch was formed
between the spacious dining room ard
library, from which hung a large white
bell, encircled by numerous smaller,
ones, beneath which a bridal chair was
placed. A white ship containing many
useful and beautiful gifts was drawn in
by little Miss Anna Mae Freeman and
presented to the bride-elect.
After many pleasing vocal and piano
selections were rendered, the guesto
were ushered into the dining room,
where a tempting three course luncbeou
was served, the color scheme being car
ried out very artistically.
The center piece was a large cut glas
bowl filled with blue and white sweet
Games and dancing were, enjoyed un
til a late hour. Those present were:
Mesdames Woods, Urch, Eisert, ICelly,
Schubert, Misses Dorothy Dinan, ,Mnn:ie
Grady, Dora Grady, Golda Gardner,
Bertha Hailes, Elizabeth McCormick,
Freddie Barker, Anna Lee Guhm,
Mayme Clark, Elsie Schubert and Lydia.
Friendsof Mrs. E. B. Stansell and son
gave them a surprise Thursday night
to bid them goodbye for the summer.
Mrs. Stansell leaves In a few days with
her son for Colorado Springs, where she
will spend the summer with relatives
and friends. Mr. Stansell will join them
a little later.
FIXE FOR STJrtUURN.
"White' Witchhasrel nnd Almond Crenm
Relieves Sunburn and Makes Your
Face Feel So iicr.
You're bound to be sunburned more
or less. A parasol isn't complete pro
tection, and a veil is stifling. You want
to get a bottle of "WhiteU "Witchhazel
and Almond Cream and when, yon come
in doors after a walk in tho sun anoint
your face liberally. Not only will this
cream relieve sunburn and keep your
face from tanning but it Is so delight
fully cooling and refreshing and makes
your face feel so nice.
Don't Iforget to include a bottle of
"White's Witehhazel and Almond Cream
in your vacation traveling bag.
Scott White & Co.,
204 Mills Street
San Francisco Street.
your face liberally. Not only will this Lumber 3,760.11 j Plant accounts: HraPS M
1 your face feel so nice. Vrpi'irlit ni.il , screenincr plant. 1,905.38 BiBHBIIMHiBB
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Wwfffff ' White Canvas 1 lJUlllJLil IvUU IL I
I ,- JkM (JjCr JR ijS H CHICASO AND RETURN S5H.BH I
itflSmM yiCAXT ' CINOINNATI AND RETURN....... 64.05 I
I 11 mfli JvLtAW ! B Toledo and return 66.65 I
1 Ul wllrMW K((Xl and :1 PHILADELPHIA AND RETURN.. 81.35 I
I TfwMfM IWVLi M gT L0UIS Ajjrj EETXJRN 49.65 3
jJllllTi'll Komfortable '1 Kansas city and return. ... 40.65
Will 1 II M NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
iff! II H AA Per One m S
I" I1I m III vfOm"" Pa;r i H TJnlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En-
J ;,W II ji t iUjr I I route. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct. E
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ml S & THY-0N AT 1 CITY tics:st office st. eeo-is hotel 3
cB O ? " 1 m w-C McCORMIOK, J. E. MONS'OE, I
2? 1 V S I H G-eneral Agent City Ticket Agent M
Or. L0iiFi Free One Month Longer
rbn 1 Bv I
not only cleanses, preserves and
beautifies the teeth without in
jury s but impartspurity and fra
grance to the breath, removing
instantly the odor of tobacco. ;
Figures from Eighth Annual '
ort of the Keclania-
The eighth annual report of the recla
mation service, just issued, gives the
financial status of the Hio Grande pro
ject and a brief outline of tie work
done during the fiscal year ending June
30, 1909. A complete topographical sur
vey of the Elephant Butte storage reser
voir site was made. A large amount of
development work was undertaken to
determine the exact location jot m--dam
and the nature of the material
that will be encountered. A reinforced
concrete water tank, capacity 300,000
gallons, was erected for use during de
velopment and construction of the dam.
A railroad line was sun-eyed from the
.proposed site to a place 31-2 miles
south of Engle on the Santa Fe railway.
The line has a. lemzth of 101-2 miles,
the first three miles being most expen- J
sive. due to sharp curves and rocky
Since December, 190S, topographic sur-
vevs of the El Paso valley were m i
progress to determine just nvhat use to j
make cf t'he Franklin canal and to se- j
mirp Tni-i. fnr nlanninsr the irrigation
svstem for the valley.
The balance sheet was arranged in
two parts to show tr assets and liabil
ities under the Rio Grande dam appro
priation independently of the reclama
Assets and Liabilities on June 30, 1909,
Rio Grande Project (Reclamation Fund)
Inventories: Cash in office
r,fo . A S 17.75
Cost of work:- Building cost. 62,338:47
Investment of the U. S.:
.vouchers .. 53,833.-50,.
received 19,500.38 $73,393.94
Total liabilities . $62,356.22
(Rio Grande Dam Appropriation)
With Treasurer U. S $S29,431.46
In depositorv to credit of
special fiscal agents 24,642-08
in use . .
o $854,073.54 Surveys 3,328.11 P ji'tlSHInB "P$IJ-3L
uraaing 3Z,U3Z.U4 ot,obv.io W'-yyvfi!jSiS jJV'Jjmv
Waterivorks : BHBra9flHBBi 1 "' "
$ 1115 00 Cjy.crete tank 5,667.31 HSa?o2RaEfelE55El5
' ' Pipeline 10,112.47' MPtJBK1"PtI iJHtl
14,997.04 Pumping plant... 174-33 15,954.11 wSElMlT " TTl 8
14,526.67 ; Administration of project as a HHBBEiSfi?itnnTr --nf B
Cement 1.76,4 wjiuk ueuenu bausc .u.ou j HmUMIiH MM
' Forage 1,256.37 ' and gravel y msSSE3mS5SMM
Unadiusted PUs $ 909-76 iHKS
t.Tv-,Twfpr 7R sr, Crushing and HHiBBBBHiHH
ln"" Ti-i tii: -l 4f r-- oorron !B ...... . . m. mju-trti
fcW . J0W l,.U. bit in cost Sf wk instate- I glf SfflSS EVERKWffiK! 1
Cost of work- ment oi assets and liabin- B
Building cost... $117,213.61 Up $179,552.03 HHBHHHf
ments 3,003.1S Read Herald "Want ads.
Dr. Mackey Has Extended the Time for Giving
His Services Free for One Month
Owing to the large number of invalids who have called on
Dr. Mackey and have been unable to see him, this
Specialist has bv request consented to
continue giving his services free
One Month Longer, From June 1st Until July 1st
TREATED FREE UNTIL CURED,
Provided You Begin Treatment.. During the Free Month.
You only pay for the medicine used for the cure, which Dr. Mackey will
furnish froTo'nis own private dispensary at actual cost. No otfaer charges made
Take advantage of this liberal offer at once. It is for all. A month's treai-
raenfc wjh convince you. Over 20 years
cures guaranteed in all cases accepted. to incurable cases taken. Oonsuita.tion
free. Office -hours 9 a- m. to 6 p. m. daily. Sundays 9 to 12 a. m.
Office Hammett Block, cor. Mesa Ave. and Texas St.
80.50 " 3,0S3.68
Capital : Special appropria
tion for Riot Grande dam
Unpaid labor $1,536.44
Unpaid freight and
books 9.55 5,960.29
Total liabilities $1,005,960.29,
Feature Costs to June 30, 1909, Rio
Sio Grande Project.
Examination of project as a,
whole: Preliminary surveys. $76,208.91
Bealestate T (rights and prop--t
, e7 : Lands purchased
Office mrildings.. 64.33
Plant buildings . . . 3,369.75
road ... 4S3.42
Emrle road 7,330.03
Townsite road... 6,530.23
Camp roads 5,244.35
Ejo Grande dam BHHHMBHBJSsSSHL
road 39711 19,985.14 H9S9i5 iHSSES?W
This is not a charity offer, but is given, (for a limited
time) for advertising purposes, to rapidly introduce himself
and enable all to test bis skill and to prove to all chronic
invalids that he can cure the most complicated cases of
Catarrh in all .forms, Deafness and Ear
Diseases, such as noises and discharges,
Nervous Diseases, Kidney and Bladder
Troubles, Diseases of the Stomach and
Liver, Indigestion, Eheumatism, Piles,
Ulcers, Blood Poison, Varicocele, all
Diseases of Men and Diseases Peculiar
to Women, which will be
successful practice. Perfect and permanent
El Paso, Texas.
CANDIDATES AT A
Seymour, Tex., June"8. Three thou
sand excursionists incTudina: delegations
from "Wichita Falls, Jacksboro, Padu
cah and Olney, were here today cele
brating the Inauguration of through
srvice for Jacksboro to Seymour, over
the Gulf, Texas and "Western.
Three special .trains arrived over the
line and others came over the "Wichita
O. B. Colquitt, candidate for gover-
I Tior; John "W. Veal, candidate for con
j gress; H. Bascom Thomas, candidate
for lieutenant governor, and Ij. Gougb,
of Hereford, candidate for the stato
senate, were the principal speakers of,
the day. A barbecue was served-
DANCE AT FORT BLISS.
The regular weekly dance at Fort
Bliss will take place on Thursday even
nig from 8:30 to 12. Refreshments will
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