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EL PASO "HERALD
Fridav, November 25, 1910. 9
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A lady recently visited a friend in Keene, N. H., whose husband was
very delicate, and yet she noticed that he could eat all the pie he wanted.
She began to wonder how it was that he could do it, when she had to give
up this delicacy because of disagreeable after-effects. She writes as follows :
"I found it was because the pies wero made with Cottolene; and as I
am a great lover of pie, I began using Cottolene, and have never had a bit
of lard in the house since that time. I now enjoy my pie, as it does not
give heart-burn as formerly."
Cottolene makes crisp, flaky, digestible piecrust, that tastes
good, and that can be digested by any stomach. The reason is that
Cottolene is a pure, vegetable oil product, containing no hog-fat.
IN JUAREZ DISPUTE
Order of Mayor Abolishing
Them Is Declared Un
constitutional. From the American point of view a
peculiar case is being fought out in
Ciudad Juarez. It is between the city
government and the guides, who show
tourists the sights of the border city.
A majority of the merchants who ,
cater to tourist trade met with mayor I
Portillo a fortnight ago and asked that
the guides be abolished. Instead of
confining themselves to showing
sightseers the sights, the licensed
guides were steering prospective pur
chasers into a certain store, the mer
The mayor announced that all guides
would be abolished after December 1.
The guides went to a federal Ctiurt,
alleging a violation of the constitution
in the mayor's order."
The contention -was based on" article
No. 4 in the constitution, which de
clares the right of men to pursue any
harmless and honest employment- Aii'd
the guides "Will continue to guide.
COL. XEFF IS LIFE 3IE3IBER
OF THE SCOTTISH RITE,
CoL E. W. S. Neff has been made
a life member of the Scottish Rite
bodies of El Paso: Wednesday after
noon the representatives of the four
lodges of the Scottish Rite presented
him with a solid silver identification
card. The presentation was made by
Rev. Martin Zielonka, who was chair
man of a committee composed of him
self, Clarence Longnecker, H. A. Car
penter and J. L Hewitt. The silver
identification card is engraved with
tBe emblems of tfce rite and is a fac
simile of the regular cards issued to
the members. Everything on it is
engraved, including a correct copy ot
CoL Neffs signature.
Regulate the bowels when they fail to
move properly. Herbine is an admir
able bowel regulator. It helps the liver
and stomach and restores a fine feeling
of strength and buoyancy. Price 50c
Sold by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills, and
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Cottolene shortens your food
Lengthens your life
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
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TWO NEW RIGS
IN TOYAH FIELD
Corsieana and Toyali Oil
Companies to Commence
Drilling at Once.
Toyah, Texas, Nov. 25. The Texas
company Is not the only oil outfit that
has a rig in the Toyah field. The
Corsieana Petroleum company has its
new rig built, the machinery on tho
job and will begin boring for the slimy
stuff Monday of next week, if nothing
goes wrong. The people are pinning
their faith to this company and tha
Toyah Oil and Pipeline company, whicu
was recently incorporated.
With these two companies in active
operation it will no longer be possible
to conceal the real situation here. The
Toyah company has located its tract
11 miles northwest of Toyah, and sia
miles southwest of the Texas com
pany's wells, in section 17, block 71
Like the Corsieana company, the Toyai
people have nothing to conceal and ara
going to explore the field thoroughly
NO COXFIR3IATIOX" OF
Mayor. Francisco Portillo says that
he has received no notification in Ciu
dad Juarez of the reported appoint
ment of Alberto Terrazas 0 succeed
Jose Maria Sanchez as governor of
LOOTERS OF P0ST0FFICE
SECURED $700 AT DAWSON
J Dawson, X. M., Xov. 25. It is learner
j that the men who burglarized and
trarnea xne postomee nere last weeK,
secured $700 therefrom. Xo one has
Visit Ardoin's great sale tomorrow.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Effective Nov. 25th E. P. & S. W.
system train No. 7, (the Drummers
Special) which now leaves El Paso at
S:10 p m., will leave El Paso at S:05
p. m., and train No. 6, which now
reaches El Paso at 4:05 p. m., will ar
rive at 5:15 p. m.
Speckle tail trout. Phone Ardoin's.
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MRS. L. HAWKINS
IS AWARDED $1450
Sued City and Eailroads for
$10,000 Alleged Damage
Mrs. Lena Hawkins secured a judg
ment for $1450 against the city ,of El
Paso, the G. H. and the Southwestern
railroads in the 41st district court Fri-daj-
Mrs. Hawkins asked for $10,000 dam
ages for alleged damages done to ner
property at the corner of Austin and
Missouri streets as a result of the con
struction of the Austin street viaduct.
The case was tried with 11 .iurora-
BRAGG DAMAGE SUIT IS
CALLED FRIDAY AFTERNOON
The damage suit of A. C. Bragg
against the Southern Pacific railway
coinpan- was called for hearing in the
41st district court Friday afternoon
Personal injuries are alleged.
IN JUSTICE COURTS.
Complaints charging Charles Bradley
and Thad Crane, negroes employed at the
Bradlev barber shop on Texas street,
with betraj-al, we're filed in justice Mc
Clintock's court Friday morning by the
mothers of Gldred Logan and Addie
Brown, negro girls.. The boys weie re
leased under $250 'bonds for their ap
pearance at an examining trial Saturday
A complaint charging Juan Salazaf
with disturbing the peace was filed Fri
day in justice Stacy's court hy Francisca
TURKEY FOR PRISONERS.
Prisoners held in the ipolice station
jail, were treated to turkey and ita
accoutrements Thanksgiving, by Mrs.
John T. Sullivan, who prepares the
In damp, chilly weather there is al
ways a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
who know by experience its great re
uieving power in rneumatic aches and
pains, prepare to apply it at the first
twinge. Price, 23c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Scott TVhite & Co., 201
Mills, and Depot Pharmacy.
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real cream and sugar was sened to the
DEATHS atTO BURIALS.
R. "VV. LARRABEE, JR.
Roland AVorthington Larrabee, jr., S
months old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. VT.
Larrabee, 1117 Hutton street, died Fri
day morning at the residence of his
grandmother, Mrs. Flora Graves,- 901
Xorth Florence street. Funeral ser
vices will be held Saturday morning
at the residence of Mrs. Graves, Ilav.
Henry Easter officiating. Interment
will be made by Nagley & Raster in
MRS. EMMA BURXHAM.
Mrs. Emma Burnham. 53 years tf
age, died at noon Friday at SOT North
St. "Vraln street. She was a widow,
coming here a few months ago from
eastern Texas. No funeral arrange
ments have been made.
A SATURDAY'S ENTRIES
& JUAREZ RACES.
4- 4""4'4't 4'
First race, purse, maiden 2yearoIds,
5 furlongs Chemulpo, 107; Laxly Ten
di, 107; Fred Essen, 107; PIt-a-Pat, 110;
Sigurd, 110: Little Friar, 110; Practi
Second race, selling, 6 furlongs Itob
Lynch, loC; Ed Holly, 107; Mrs. Nu
gent, 109; Bon Ton. 109; Barney Old
fleld, 109; Bardonia, 109; Hidden Hand,
111; Otilo, 113.
- Third race, purse, 2 veaxolds, 5A
furlongs Uncle Ben. 107; Outfielder,
110; Mockler, 110; Sterlin. US.
Fourth race, selling,- Hidalgo stakes,
5 furlongs W. T. Overton, 97; Clint
Tucker, 101; Execute, 105; Royal Cap
tive, 106, Follie Levy, 109; John Grif
fin II.. 119. ,
Fifth race, selling, 5 furlongs
Invergarry, 105; Gene Woods, 107; He
j Knows, 107: Lena Lech. 107; Preen,
I 107; Cobleskill, 107; Tom McGrath. 107;
iHapnis, 107; St. Kilda, 107; Sir Barry,
110: Dr. Mack, 110.
Sixth race, selling, one mile Bad
News, 104: Jeanne D'Arc, 107; Fred
I Mulholland, 10S; Dorante-, 112.
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35onng Railroad Ticket Man
Wedded in September;
Roy L, Martin, assistant passenger
ond "ticket agent of the G. H. rail
road, is a married man. He has been
a married man since September, but
even his brother and relatives did not
know It until today, when he got
rcadv to tell them.
Martin left El Paso last September
ostensibly to visit San Antonio. He
met his bride to be at Del Rio and the
ceremony was performed there. They
went on to San Antonio and later came
back to El Paso. A telegram today
from The Herald correspondent at Del
"Del Rio, Tex., Nov. 25. Roy L.
Martin, assistant city passenger agent
of the G. H. railroad at El Paso, was
married here in September by Rev. J.
C. Wilson, a Methodist minister.
"Martin stopped two days at the
Turner hotel here and met Miss Mar
garet Martin, his future wife, who ar
rived on an east bound train, and they
were married immediately, presenting
a license issued in Bandera county.
"The couple eft next day for San
Antonio and returned later to El Paso "
The young married couple are now
housekeeping at 620 East Overland.
The bride is a San Antonio girl and,
although of the same name, they were
in no way related.
Martin came here about eight
months ago from San Antonio, his
home, to take a position with the G.
H. and has made many friends here.
He Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. "W .
Martin, of San Antonio.
FIXAL PAPERS PREPARED
FOR EXDIXG RECEIVERSHIP
The final papers for the transfer of
ihe waterworks from the charge of re
ceiver J. M. Wyatt to the city have
been drawn by Capt. W. M. Brack and
will be signed, by receiver "Wyatt Fri
day afternoon. This will mean the
final step in the transfer of the water
plant to the city, it wiving been In
charge of the city engineers for the
past two weeks.
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A KILLED IX A FOOTBALL
A GAME OX THAXKSGIVIXG.
A "Wins ted, Conn.. Nov. 25.
Harry Lee, aged 17 years, was $
A killed here in a football game
Thursday between the Tierney
A cadets and an idependent team,
composed principally of Gilbert
A preparatory school students.
His skull was fractured and he
A died in a few minutes after
4"f l 4. A A
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Lee, brotherin
law and sister of G. A. Martin, and
Roy L, Martin, of El Paso, where here
yesterday, returning to San Antonio
fronr'Bakersfield, Cal., where they
have been living for some time.
L. E. Gillett and James Phipps will
go to "W.ico Monday to attend the grand
ciapter meeting of the Masonic lodge
which takes place there on Nov. 2D.
LET YOUR ST03IACH HAVE ITS
Do 'ot Try to Drive and Force It to
"Work "When It Is Not Able or You
"Will Suffer All the More.
You cannot treat your stomach as
some men treat a balky horse; force,
drive or even starve it into doing work
at which it rebels. The stomach is a
patient and faithful servant and will
stand much abuse and ill-treatment be
fore it "balks," but when it does you
had better go slow with it and not at
tempt to make it work. Some people
have the mistaken idea that they can
make their stomachs work by starving
.themselves. They might cure the
stomach that way, but it would take
so long, that they would have no 'use
for a stomach when they got through.
The sensible way out of the difficulty
is to let the stomach rest if.it wants to
and employ a substitute to do its work.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will do
the work of your stomach for you and
digest your food just as your stomach
used to when it was well. You can
prove this by putting your food in a
glass jar with one of the tablets and
sufficient water and you will see the
food digested in just the same time as
tie digestive fluids of the stomach
would do it. That will satisfy your
mind. Nov, to satisfy both your
mind and body take one of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets af fcer eating eat all
and what you want and you will feel
in your mind that your food is being
digested because you will feel no dis
turbance or weight in your stomach;
in fact, you will forget all about hav
ing a stomach, just as you did when
you were a healthy boy or girl.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act in a
natural way because they contain only
the natural elements of the gastric
juices and other digestive fluids of the
stomach. It makes no difference what
condition the stomach is in, they go
right ahead of their own accord and
do their work. They know their busi
ness and surrounding conditions do not
influence them in the least. They thus
relieve the weak stomach of all its
burdens and give it its much-needed
rest and permit it to become strong and
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are for
sale by all druggists at 50 cents a box.
They are so well known and their pop
ularity is so great that a druggist
would as soon think of being out of
alcohol or quinine as of them. In fact,
physicians are prescribing them all
over the land, and if your own doctor
is real honest with you, he will tell
you frankly that there is nothing on
earth so good for dyspepsia as Stuart's
Conjrtiht. 1910, by tha. Kew Tci Evenlns Joa
WHAT A PEACH 1 J
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LAMAR SCHOOL "WINS THE
GRA3IMAR SCHOOL PENN VNT
The Grammar school championship
was -won yesterday by Lamar school
in a spirited contest with the San Ja
cinto school eleven, the score stand
ing, Lamar, 11; San Jacinto, 0.
The Lamar school had postponed tho
game from November 1 to Thanksgiv
ing day, but San Jacinto, misunder
standing the postponement, had claim
ed the championship.
In yesterday's game Orban "Walker
made both touchdowns; Ignacio Tal
bot kicked one goal.
The winning team was composed of j
Center, Tipton; right guard, R. Tur
ner; left guard, C. "Boyd; right tackle.
Talbot; left tackle, R. "Worthington;
right end, S. Walker; left end, O.
Walker: quarterback, J. Ronan full
back, Andrews; right half, Struthers
left half, Patterson.
FIGHT IN LCS ANGELES.
Los Angeles, Call, Nov. 25. The box
ing game, which has been dormant
since before the Jeffries-Johnson fight,
was revived here yesterday, when Dan-i
ny Webster, a bantamweight of Los
Angeles gained a 20 round deciscion
over Chas. White of Chicago. The ex
hibition was a poor one, but largely at
tended. RACING AT PENSACOLA.
Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 25. Racing be
gan at Kupfrian park yesterday. Close
and exciting finishes featured some of
the races, the public faring well. Au
burn Queen annexed the feature event
Order your hens from Ardoin's. Home
dressed and fresh.
HER HANDS AND ARMS
BEAUTIFUL IN A
FREE PRESCRIPTION DID IT.
Grace Benson says: "Had anyone
told me such wonderful results- could
be accomplished so quickly I posi
tively -would not have believed it. My
arms and -hands were covered frith
freckles; my neck was dark and
wrinkled from the use of high col
lars; my hands were tanned and the
knuckles red. All these defects were
removed by one application of a free
prescription, which I am pleased to
give to anyone. It's just as simple
as It is effective. Go to any drug
store and get an empty two-ounce
botf" and one-oune bottle of Ku
lux Compound. Pour the entire bot
tle of ivu.ux into tne two-ounce bot
tle, add one-quarter ounce of witch
hazel and fill with water. Prepare
thi prescripttkm at your own home,
then you know you are getting it
right. Apply nigltt and morning. It
makes the skin soft and beautiful,
no matter how rough and ungainly
your hands and arms are. One appli
cation will astonish you. I have given
this prescription to thousands o wo
men and they are all just as enthusi
astic as I am. Try it on your neck and
shoulders and you will be agreeably
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
S? DRUGGISTS.. IS
A. E. RYAIT & CO. 212 SAK AHTOKIO ST.
OPFrT ALL EIGHT.
MJRTON-LIHGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key and Lock Work, Guns. Pistols. Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents ' Cleve-
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York. 999
Miles. In 33 hours. ,..
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S North Stanton Street. Pkone Bell 13S.
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. We are manafaa-
turers. PASO TEXT AND AWNING COMPANY,
,..- 312 S. El Paa St.
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CARR DRUG CO.
202 Tezia St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES
-Will be tip right avray."
11S o 120 San Francisco St.
-We're there in just a minute." Storage
BELL 1054. uuuj.'a
CASH OR CREDIT
A. LITTLE MONEY goes a long wa
H. L. STEWART
310-312 South StnntoH.
AGENTS KOK the ii.vi in;:
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
Last week's advertised I
prices still in force.
22 Pounds Best
If purchased with $5.00
worth of other groceries.
We can save you from
10 percent to 25 percent
on your grocery and
. . . AND . . .
Cor. Campbell and Wyoming St,
BELL 707 AUTO 2301
Good Automobile Tires
at Reasonable Prices
Fine, durable tires, made by an indepen
dent rubber company. GiTe excellent service
and save you about 50 per cent of tire cost.
Notice the following low prices: 2Si3 $12.60,
30x3 $13.75. 2Sx3U $15.63. 30x3 S17.S0,
32x3U $18.80. 34x34 $19.C0, 30x4 $21.70,
31x4 $22.70, 32x4 $23.90. 33x4 $24.73, 3-1x4
$2G.S0. 30x4 $28.30. 34x4 $31.70, 36x4
$33.20, 36x5 $3C.40. Dunlop 15 per cent
above thQ?e prices. Fine inner tubes 15 per
cent less than regular standard list. Goods
sent anrjvbere C. O. D., allowing- examina
tion. Five per' cent discount If cash accom
panies order. Telegraph orders promptly
filled. State definitely style bead desired.
Money refunded If unsatisfactory. Give them
a trial and you'll order more.
The Geyer Sales Company
23 Blmm Building, Dayton, Ohio.
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PASO TitUNS FACTORY
Trunks, Bag3 and Leather Geedi Ate.
Made. Repaired and Exchanged. 1S8f
goods. Opp. Poiteffice, across Plaza
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Bell 1 Anto 1001
and racking by careful men at right price.
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307-309 E. Overland St.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Pboue 1403. Anto. Phone 1403.