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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Nov. 24, 1910.
Aopto for the New
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 23. After a long
debate, the Arizona constitutional con
tention adopted the educational quali
fication in the election law provision
by a vote of 23 to 21. Only the Dem
ocratic members of the convention par
ticipated in the debate. Delegate In
graham, of Yuma, voiced the warning
that a Bepublican senate would never
place its approval upon a constitution
-which would for years preclude the
election of a United States senator.
His argument was that the Republi
cans in congress feel that the measure
would disfranchise hundreds of Mexi
can citizens who Invariably voted the
Republican ticket. The measure re
quires that all electors must be able
to read the constitution in English.
A number of provisions which will
benefit labor were adopted. Foremost
among these are the compulsary com
pensation measure and th3t prohibit
ing and nullifying many contracts sign
ed by any employe releasing a corpor
ation for Injury or death. There was
also adopted the Cunniffe proposition
for an employer's liability provision.
To hasten the progress of the consti
tutional convention -so tnat the draft
may be completed on the day set for
final adjournment, president Hunt in
formed the delegates yesterday that
all remaining committee reports must
be submitted today.
The state and school lands commit
tee, which has had under consideration
for over a month the measure relating
to the disposal of public lands, made
Its report regarding the adoption of
the measure drafted by the committee,
also recommended the adoption of a
memorial to congress, interseding for
the present lessees of school lands un
der Irrigation. Under tne federal re
clamation act all owners of land un
der the Roosevelt irrigation project
must give a mortgage on the land to
protect the payment to the govern
ment for water rights. At present,
school land ranchers pay in advance
for Traters, but two years hence the
water will be cut off unless they give
a mortgage. The memorial asks con
gress to provide that all purchasers of
school land under irrigation pay the
appraised value of improvements, as
well as for the land, the enabling act
providing that all public lands shal
be sold to -Cne highest bidder. Each
action is designated as a safeguard to
the farmers, who have for years culti
vated school lands in the belief that
they would be given preference in the
purchase when final disposition is
Cities to Frame Franchises.
The convention obviated the neces
sity of a nigat session yesterday by
disposing of 2S propositions either by
adoption or indefinite postponement,
the most important measure adopted
being that giving home rule to all
cities of over 3500 population and pro
viding that each may frame Its own
charter. It also provides for munici
pal ownership, and prohibits the grant
ing of "perpetual franchises.
Copper Plate Will Extend
Cordial Invitation to
Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 23. The following
words will be engraved on the copper
plate sent to Col. Roosevelt as an in-j
BY MRS. MAE
A D. S.: Tou ask for a recipe for a
greaeless face cream that can be made
at home. I haye had experience with a
dozen formulas, but this is far the best
of all. and it positively" does not encour
age a growth of diair: Get one ounce
of almozoin from your druggist, put It
in a fruit jar. all half a pint of cold
-water and two teaspoonfuls of glycer
ine; stir briskly for a few minutes, un
til the almozoin is dissolved; let stand
over night; in the morning it Is ready
for use. Use this almozoin cream as
you would any cold cream. You soon
find it beautifies the complexion and
keeps the skin moist, smooth and pli
able. It is cleansing, healing and sooth
ing, and there is nothing finer for re
moval of sunburn, tan and freckles. If
troubled with blackheads, sallow skin
or muddy complexion, use for massag
ing. It takes out all pore-dirt and
makes the skin finer in texture, pre
venting heturri of blackheads, because
large pores are reduced in size.
3irs. T. B.: Your clothes will not
seem to fit properly nor will you be
able to look your bestas long as you
are so stout. You can "readily get rid
of that "too-fat" condition by dissolv
ing 4 ounces of papnotis in 1 pints
hot water. Take a tablespoonful be
fore each meal. This remedy Is per
fectly safe and harmless, but has
worked wonders in reducing the
weight of many women who got too
fleshy in spite of their attempts to
obtain a stylish figure by exercising
and dieting. Trj- this and you will find
it an excellent remedy.
"Yours Truly:" You confess to only
25 years of age, and yet bewail appar
ent loss of your youthful complexion.
It Is your own fault if you do not look
as well as you did five or six years ago.
Your skin will respond readily to
proper treatment. You can make an in
expensive complexion beautifler at
home that clears and whitens the skin
without use of powder or cosmetic. Get
from your druggist four ounces of
spurmax, put It In a half-pint of hot
-water and add two teasv-oonfuls of
glycerine. Apply to Tiands, forearms
and face with the palm of the hand,
gently rubbing until dry- It will make
a dark and oils' skin fresh and rosy, re
storing and preser ing girlish charm
Its use cannot be detected and it does
not rub off the whole day long.
"Winnie: Your eyes need a strength
ening tonic to overcome redness and
inflammation. They would not tire so
easily from the glare of the sun if
strong and healthy- Get from your
druggist one ounce of cryetos and dis
solve it In one pint of cold water.. Drop
one or two drops in each eye. and it
will relieve tired, dull, watery or in
flamed eyes. Its continued use will
strengthen weak eyesight. Do -not wear
spectacles until you have to; I think
this tonic will postpone that necessity
many years. Actresses and society wo
men use crystos to -brighten the eyes
and give clearness and expression.
Mrs H. iL R-: If you wish to evade
the marks of approaching old age as
vitation from Bisbee: "Tne citizens of
Bisbee. Arizona, through their mayor
and council, hereby extend to Col.
Theodore Roosevelt a cordial invitation
to visit them during his proposed trip
through Arizona, C. L. Edmundson.
mayor." The letters will be old Eng
lish style and the invitation will bo
dated' November 21.
B C Bills died at the Copper Queen
hospital from typhoid fever. His re
mains will be forwarded to Woousocket,
S D.. where his relatives reside
S. Fraik. who was accidentally nurt
at the Copper Queen smelter, has left
the hospital much improved.
J. Miller received news of hi-s
mother's death in St. Paul, Kansas.
Several new members were admitted
to the Woman's club at the last meet
ing. A demonstration of electrical ap
pliances for household use was given.
The Elks bazaar, wnich attracted
crowds of people from all towns of
Cochise county and from some Mexican
cities, has closed. Financially and
otherwise the bazaar was a great suc
cess. Fire broke out at the Leggett resi
dence on Jones Hill. The fire depart
ment responded promptly and to all
appearances extinguished the flames,
but it blazed out a second time, caus
ing partial damage to the building.
BABY CHOKES TO DEATH
IX A FIT OF COUGIIIVG
Plainview, Texas, Nov. 23. One of
the twin infants of Ben Hamilton, who
drives the mail hack between Plainview
and Floydada, choked to death in a fit
of coughing at Floydada.
Rev. Jewell Howard, Christian pastor
at this place and at Amarillo, will move
soon from Amarillo to Plainview.
E. C. Kretchmeler, santa Fe engi
neer, died of typhoid fever at Floydada.
Rev. Mr. Kidd, pastor of the Presby
terkn church at this place, has been
FOR. ABSENT AVITXESSES
On a charge of assault J- E- Ran
dolph was fined $5 in police court Tues
day afternon. Charles Crawford, a ne
gro, was fined $3 on a charge of usinjr
abusive language. R. H. McGraw.
charged with drunkenness and vagran
cy, was released on his personal re
conizance, and an attachment ordered
for witnesses who made the complaint,
but failed to put in an appearance. Bes
sie Smith, a nepess, was fined 3 on a
charge of vagrancy.
TOOL.EY CHOSEN Tlll'STEK I
FOR WHITE-SWEATT BROS.
At the first meeting of the creditors
of the White-Sweatt Bros. & Co.. bank- j
runts which was held in Barstow. Tex., t
Monday. TV. L. Tooley, vice president
of the 'First National bank, was select
ed as the trustee in bankruptcy. The
meeting was attended by Charles R.
L,oomis, referee in bankruptcy, and at
torneys TV. H. Burges and judge Payton
F. Edwards of El Paso.
BEAVERS MAY TAKE F1KXH
FLOOR OF NEW BUILDING
The fifth floor of the Roberts-Banner
building on the plaza may be rent
ed by the new dam of Beavers for a
lodge room. The lodge officers are
now considering the matter with Aus
tin & Marr, who have the rental of
the building. Should the lease be
closed, the Beavers will arrange the
entire fifth floor into club rooms and
a lodge hall.
ZIP'' IS HERE, BUT HE
DOESN'T SEEM TO KNOW IT
"Zip," the human what-is-it, who
has been traveling with the Barnum & I
Bailey side shows durinpr the past sea- i
son, has arrived here from the east, j
but he could not tell where he was go- i
ing nor whence he came. "Zip" j
has a head that Is so pointed that he
can cut his hair with a leadpencil
CHARGE TWO MEN WITH
TAKIXG CASE OF SHOES
Harry Smith and Harry Wilcox were
arrested by detective George Harold
Tuesday afternoon and are held on a
charge of having taken a case of shoes
from a box car in the Southwestern
yards Sunday night.
long as Dossible. rerain voiir vmithfni
brightness of countenance in short,
retain your good looks, you must first
keep your bAod free from impurities
and your liver active. Thn vmir enm-
plexion need not worry you. I use a
good, homemade system tonic made as
follows. Dissolve one-half cup sugar
and one ounce kardene in onp-imlf n?nt
alcohol, then add hot water to make a
iuu quart. Take a tablespoonful be
fore each meal and you will be sur
prised how quickly and satisfactorily
this tonic nuriflfts tho Mnnri -rnmni-ac
sallowness, skin plmpfes, liver blotches
a-nu- restores lost -appetite and energy.
It Is the. best remedv T knrnr nf fnr
that tired, run-down feeling.
S. J.: If you wish your hair to look
bright and glossy, you should ue very
careful as to the kind of a shampoo
you use. Let "dry shamnoos" alone
and never wash your hair with soap un-
aer any circumstances as it -win faa
and streak yqur hair. You can alwaj's j
ieei sure that you are using the very
best and safest shampoo by washing
your hair with a teaspoonful of can-
throx dissolved in n onn nf lint n-ntor !
then rinsinc with rtfn-r wotor t??; I
shampoo makes a fine, cleansinsr lather
and dries very quickly without the dan
ger of one catching cold from sham
pooing. It makes the hair soft, fluffy,
easy to do up and relieves scalp irri
tation. Try this shampoo, as it is par
ticularly fine for shampooing during
the colder months.
P. L. M.: I know you will be pleased
and happy at the change for the bet
ter in your hair if you use regularly
this inexpensive home-made quinine
hair tonic. Get from your druggist one.
ounce of quinzoin. dissolve it in pint
of alcohol and add pint of cold water.
Rub this tonic into your scalp and hair
roots once or twice a week and it will
prevent dandruff and stop your hair
falling out and becoming thin. It
stops itching and keens the scalp in
healthy condition. thus promoting
growth of the hair. No woman ever
had long, fine and glossy hair unless
she took proper care of it, and you
must do the same if you, too, want to
prevent yours from becoming thin and
L. D.: Nothing is simpler than the
removal of superfluous or wild hairs on
the face if you go about it right. I do
not like the electric needle, and I have
never heard of a case where plain dela
tone did not prove satisfactory. Get
an ounce of delatone from your drug
gist, mix a little of it with sufficient
water to make a paste, apply to the
surface from which you wish to remove
the disfiguring hairs, let it remain two
or three minutes, then wipe off and
wash the skin thoroughly with warm
water. Do not be discouraged if the
hairs return after the first or second
application. If they do come back they
will be light, thin and straggly, and a
further application of delatone will re
move Ithem forever. Delatone costs a
dollar an ounce, but one ounce is all
you will ever need.
K 1 jP. 143 g 'Sfc iPfr 5. f2 I
o make room
oaks, we now
books at less than
One-Half the Wholesale Price '
These books are not fiction, but are books that you will want for your li
brary; Books that your Mends would be delighted to receive as Christmas
The list contains books of Travel, History, Biography and Art, all beauti
fully illustrated, and printed on the finest book paper. We will not attempt
to give 'ou here even a partial list of titles.
Come and Verify the Above for Yourself
SEE OUR WINDOW
We wish to advise you in advance Ave will have this year the most com
plete line of Christmas Books and Novelties we have ever carried.
SAYS COMPANY IS
MAKING TOO MUCH
Ft. Worth, Texas, Nov 23. W. L..
Miller, owner of the famous tract at
Petrolla, upon which was located a gas
well that furnishes a supply for Ft.
Worth and Dallas, this morning filed
in district court a suit to cancel the
lease under which the Lone Star Gas
company controls the output. Miller
alleges the well brings the company a
million dollars annually, while he re
ceives only $150 annualls'. and asks
that a receiver be appointed for the
corporation. Miller lives in FA Paso
and owns 370 acres at Petrolla.
OX CLAIMS IS IXVAL.ID. !
jfhlrty-FIrst LieKlilatureVi "Attorneys
Claiine' Pronounced Unconstitu
tional Fort Worth Court Acti.
In an opinion handed down in the
court of civil appeals for the second
judicial district the court held void
the "attorneys fees clause," part of an
act passed by the 31st legislature in
The clause provides that the plain
tiff who recovers a judgment for per
sonal services, labor rendered, mate
rial furnished, overcharge of freight or
express, or for any claim for lost or
damaged freight, stock killed or in
jured by any person or corporation In
the state shall be allowed reasonable
attorney's fees not to exceed $20.
The" statute is held unconstitutional,
as being in contravention of section
35, article 3, of the constitution of
Texas, which provides that no bill ex
cept the general appropriation bill
(which may embrace various subjects
and accounts for and on account of
which moneys are appropriated) shall
"contain more than one subject, which
shall be expressed in the title. But
if any subject is embraced in an act
which is not expressed In the title,
such an act is void only as to so much
thereof as is not expressed. The court
then cites numerous decisions.
GUN EXPLODES OX OWN
ACCORD IX VACANT ROOM
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 23. A shotgun
left in the room of two plasterers ex
ploded late at night, attracting the at
tention of the police. No one was oc
cupying the room at the time and the
discharge is believed to have been acci
dental. HARRY JOSE CONVICTED;
JUAN WALTER ACQUITTED
Globe, Ariz.. Nov. 23. Harry Jose
was convicted of murder In the first
degree in the district court here and
his punishment fixed at life in the pen
itentiary on a charge of killing Res
Chiquito last June. , Juan Walter was
"BUFFALO niLI PASSES
THROUGH CITY TO TUCSOX
Col. W. F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill," and
party passed through the city Tuesday
Col. Cody is on his way to Tucson to
spend the winter.
If your address or business has been
changed since your name was taken
advise us, giving botn old and new ad
dress, and correction will be made for
John F. Worley Directory Co..
15 Morgan Bldg.,
Hot Clam Bouillon with salt sprays
Elite Confectionery Co
for our New Stock
have on sale a limited number of
i Book & Stationery Co.
Herald Building, Pioneer
CHILD KILLED BY
Cananea, Mex., Nov. 23. Salvador
Ylllegas, aged six years, was run down j
by a carriage and killed the wheels j
striking his head. The little fellow J
was just leaving his father'? store in
the market on his way home and when
a few feet from the walk, a fast driven
carriace, coming down the hillside1, bore
down upon him. He attempted io get
out of its path, narrowly 'nissing the
horse, but the wheels struck !:lm. He
died a few minutes later, before a doc
tor could be summoned. Several hack
men were arrested, but it is not known
which is responsible for the boy's
The dead boy was a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marcelino Villegas.
Altura Park, RIverviev avenue, be
tween Park avenue and Byron street
Altura Realty comi nay to H. A. Vi?
lanueva, lot 3. block 5; consideration,
$200: dated Oct. 28, 1910.
El Paso County F. G. Irby, by F. J.
Hall, sheriff, to J. M. "Uosha.v. public
school land including abstract 3433,
survey 31; abstrace 347, survey o4, aiid
abstract 3439, survev '16; consideration,
$5J.V dated Nov. 15 J 91.").
Tobin. Texas F R. Tobin to Luis J.
Jimenez, lots 14, 15, 16 and 17, block
150; consideration, $50; dated Jan. 20,
El Paso county E. S. Newman and J.
H. Nations to J. K. Brown, all of sur
veys 81, 124, 147, 148. 157 and 176; con
taining 354.55 acres on the island; con
sideration, $SS63.75; dated April 23,
Santa Fe addition F. and Juana
Yanez to Sue E. Stevens, lot 10, block
F: consideration, $300; dated Aug. 2,
Santa Fe addition E. E. Terrazas
and wife to Sue E. Stevens, lo$ 9. block
F; consideration, $300; dated Aug. 2,
Licensed to Wed.
Miguel Monjo and Consuello Rodri
guez. Owen Prather and Martha Porter.
F. E. Williams and Julia S. Edwards.
Lon Garner, a policeman, has been
off duty the past four days, owing to
a severe cold.
W. M. Reed, district engineer of the
reclamation service, has returned to
Elephant Butte dam.
Mrs. F. J. Hall is expected to arrive
in El Paso Tuesday night from L.os An
geles, Cal., where she was visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Ben B. Edwards.
Pete Clark, who calls the horses
at the Juarez track, arrived Tuesday
morning from San Francisco. He was
accompanied by Mrs. Clark. He -was
married recently to Mrs. Jennie Wood
ward. Pete Kern, an old timer, who went
to Alaska to make his fortune and
made It, has returned to make his home
in El Paso. He will engage In tho
realty business, as he has a large hold
ing of mesa land.
Dr. J. A. Edmonds returned Tuesdaj-
Jjrom San Antonio, where he attended
"the San Antonio fair His horse, Bobs,
failed to finish -within tne money in
harness events. Dr. Edmonds judged
the polo pony classes at the fair.
MAKING- PLANS FOR
GET TOG-ETHER MEET
It is planned to have a bis entertain
ment at the "Get Together" meeting- of
the chamber of commerce, Dec. 10.
More than 1000 notices have been -issued
to business men and farmers
throughout the southwest. Besides the
list of speakers, which Is not yet com
pleted, two orchestras will play and a
number of professional theatrical peo
ple will entertain.
COLLECTOR SHARPE GETS
POINTERS IX BIG XEW YOR1C
Collector A. L. Sharpe of the El Paso
custom house is in New York studying
the way the customs collections are
made in the biggest port of the coun
try. Collector Sharpe has been in New
York and Washington on official busi
ness connected with the customs ser
vice. WILL HORD APPOINTED
INSPECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Will Hord, the union station police
man who was removed from the forca
when mayor Kelly was elected, has
been appointed special customs inspec
tor at the Stanton street bridge and
will go on duty there Wednesday.
DUE TO DISEASED BLOOD
Every symptom of an old sore sug
gests diseased blood. The inflamma
tion, discharge, discolored flesh, and
the fact that local applications have
no permanent effect toward healing
the nicer, shows that deep down in
the S3'stem there is a morbid cause for
the sore. But more convincing proof
that bad blood is the cause for these
places is furnished by the fact that
even removing the sore or ulcer by
surgical operation does not cure; they
always return. Nature will heal any
sore if the blood is pure aud healtlry,
but until the -circulation is cleansed
of all impure matter and supplied
with nourishing and plasmic qualities
the infected condition of flesh is
OBLIGED to remain. S.S.S. heals
Old Sores in a perfectly natural way
It goes into the blood, removes the
impurities and morbid matters, adds
nourishing qualities to this vital
fluid, and brings about the very con-
ditions that are
fore any sore
can heal. S.S.S.
is a perfect
on the circula
the stomach and
bers. Its use makes rich, red, healthy
blood, which nourishes all flesh tis
sues instead of infecting them with
the virulent matter which keep old
sores open. Special book on Old
Sores and any medical advice free.
THE SWTfJ g?E?rC CO., Atlanta Ga-
If there's any little thing you
need, shop before noon. To
morrow's Herald will an
nounce a number of extra
good bargains for Economy
!Marr Chew. Prop.
CHMESE CHOP SUEY
AMERICAN CHOP SUEY
"Will be opened, over
The Eastern Grill
First Class in Every Resnect.
MARR CHEW, PROP.
ASK YOini GROCER
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
Drink Lots of it
It's oure, rich, sweet.
It's ood. and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Manj families use three to five
quarts pT day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
I'htmefi: Well 340; Auto. 1150.
Offl'e 313 X. Oresroa.
T3 UBBER j
IX- STAMPS I
"Rush Jobs Are Our Especial I
A NEW TIE FOR
We will clean your old tie 'tilif
looks like new for ten cents or
we will clean a dozen for a
SEE OUR PRICE LIST
In the new Tri-State Telephone
Book---Page 38. It is full of
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
ASSAYEBS & CHEMISTS
I npeJj f iay offio
D. W. Sickhaet. E3L, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Qhlppars Assays and
Chemical Analysts. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullhff Werh a
Specialty. p Q Box S9
Office and Laboratory:
Cr. Saa Fraadsca & Ctftwha Sfc.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shipper.
322 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
EI Pase Pasteur institute 1
For Preventive Treatme
525 SAX ANTONIO STREET.
PkoRe 2340 R. 1. Re 3457
Jf you Avant your horses and
mules to give you an honest
clav's work, vou should feed
them well and in order to do
this, you should favor us
with your orders for feed.
Thone and mail orders will
receive prompt attention.
Third and Chihuahua Sts.