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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesda'. November 29, 1910
L. E. It: I don't quite understand
what you mean when you say you "Uo
not want to reiKrt to artincial means
to preserve your hair." Surely you
can have no reasonable objection 10
usmr a srooa auinine nair 'wnis tu
&top your nair from coming-out. 1 will
gie you a recipe ior a remeay mat
works" in a pertectly natural way, Icr
it clears the scalp pores, streng-hei.s
ami srives new lite to the hair root
lmdufif the wav is cleared for healthy
growth. Get from your druggist one
ounce of quinzoin. dissolve it in one-
half pint 01 aiconoi, men auu uue-im.".
pint of water. ' Rub this tonic Into
the scalp two or three times a week,
and it will prevent forming of scale
and dandruff and stop your hair from
fallinsr out- It as just line for excess-
ivery oily hair. It refreshes and in-
vigorates the scalp, livens up dull and
brittle hair, restores natural color, and
encourasres long, thick abundant ana
P. C: In your quest for beauty you
could use all the complexion powders,
creams and lotions on the market, but
jou will never thave a smooth and
beautiful complexion as long as you
are troubled with indigestion, poor ap
petite and a sluggish liver. What you
really need is a good, cleansing, sys
tem tonic to purify your blood, give
vou an appetite and clear up your skin
bf those pimples, sores and liver
blotches. Take before each meal a
tablespoonful of a tonic made by dis
solving one-half cup of sugar and one
ounce kardene in one-half pint alco
hol, then adding enough hot water to
mane a iu,li- " " ,...... -
tonic that has done wonders for many
of my friends in restoring them'to good
health and good looks.
A. E.: Yes. eye glasses give any
girl the appearance of -being older
than she really is. Do not wear them
until you must. Get an ounce of crys
tos from your druggist, take it home
and dissolve it in a pint of water and
you will have an eye tonic that will
relieve redness, soreness and inflam
mation. Drop one or two drops In each
eye -whenever your eyes feel tired,
weak or sore. This tonic strengthens
weak Bight and makes the eyes clear
Patience. Your complexion will be
come clear, pure and refined the ad
miration of all who see you, or know
you only when you give it the atten
tion It deserves. Massaging with al
mozoin cream jeTly Is the best black
head remover and open pore cure I
know, so get from your druggist one
ounce of almozoin. dissolve it in a
half pint of cold- water, add two tea
ipoonfuls of glycerine, stir well and
let stand over night. Use this daily for
massaging and as a face cream. The
simplicity of this safe treatment and
the speed with which it clears the com
plexion of blackheads, roughness, red
ness, etc, are almost bevond belief.
Almozoin makes the flesh firm and fair
and the skin soft and satiny.
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generation of gas necessary before the
air waves can be sent.
There is a machine sometimes used
for the transmission of messages which
grinds them out at the rate of 600
wtords per minute and these are re
ceived on a sensitive tape, the shadow
of the "wire making marks at right an
bles in dots and dashes, which are eas
ily read. 1
To "Work at Night..
C. V. L.ogwood and J. A. Zimmerman,
constructing engineers In charge of
the electrical work now being installed
in connection with the wireless system,
state that messages can be easily sent
at night, but some difficulty is experi
enced duringrthe day, as the sun af
fects the waves and has a tendency to
bear them down. They also say that
while the El Paso towers are only 203
feet high, it is possible that later they
may be raised, if it is found necessary.
These are the first towers to be tried
at a height of 200 feet others at San
Francisco and Xios Angeles being 300
R. A. Beebe, engineer in chief, in
charge of construction, Is nearly ready
to pack his grip and will soon be on his
"way to erect another station. The
company has been investigating the
Honolulu field and probably a, station
will be established therer
Mr. Logwood says that the sompany
hopes before long to have diiect con
nection between New York and San
Francisco and most of this work will
be done direct at night. In the event
that a direct connection cannot be had
between these points, then messages
will be relayed from New York 0 Chi
cago, thence to El Paso and on tu the
Soon Ready for Busim-s.
That the company really means busi
ness is shown by the fact that -.hese
towers have been installed, that ex
pensive instruments are already In
place and more are on the road, and
there are tons of copper wirte on the
ground, ready to be strung between
the two towers so that the -wireless
station may be completed.
The towers are visible from Juarez,
Highland Park and the Mesa. They
stand out by themselves on the lowland
and while in many instances wireless
towers are erected on high points of
land, the fact that El Paso is 3750 feet
s.bove sea level and these towers are
In a section where they will not be in
terfered with by amateur telegraphers
WHAT CURES ECZEMA? ,
"We have had so many inquiries late
ly regarding Eczema and other skin
diseases, that we are glad to mase our
answer public. After careful investi
gation we have found that a simple
wash of Oil of Wintergreen, as com
pounded in D. D. D., can be relied up
on. We would not make this statement
to our patrons, friends and neighbors
unless we were sure of it and al
though there are many so-called. Ecze
ma remedies sold, we ourselves unhes
itatingly recommend D. D. D. Prescrip
tion. Because We know that it gives in
stant relief to that torturing itch.
Because D. D. D. starts the cure at
the foundation of the trouble.
Because It cleanses, soothes and
heals the skin.
Because It enables Nature to reuair
the ravages of disease.
Because The records of ten years
of complete cures of thousands of the
most serious cases show that D. D. D."
Is today recognized as the absolutely
reliable Eczema Cure.
Drop into our store today, just to
talk over your case with us.
Kelly & Pollard. Sheldon 'Hotel.
A. S.: Tou have mv sympathy. I
can imagine how embarrassed you feel
when you think people are looking at
your "mustache." "Why don't you try
elatone to remove those wild nairs?
1 have never known it to tail. Just ,
t mix a little 01 tne powaer wim a nine 1
j water, so as to make a paste. Apply j
to tne aurtace from whicu you wisn to j
remove the aairs. let remain two or '.
mree minutes then wipe off the paste
f an(i wash the skin tnoroughly with
. warm water. Delatone is rather ex-
pensive, ana your aruggist win cna.ige
, a dollar for one ounce, but it is much
J cheaner tiuan electrolysis. Repeat the
; application of delatone if the hairs
should return. They will be thinner
anfi lighter each time until they finally
&0 f0r good. lix the paste fresh for
Mrs. J.: Very few of the socalled
"egg shampoo"' contain eggs in any
appreciable quantity. A shampoo with
eggs is a rather difficult and "messy"
undertaking. Why don't you use plain
canthrox? Then your shampoo will be
a pleasure Instead of a torment, your
head will be absolutely clean, and your
hair will be beautifully oft and pliant.
Just dissolve a teaspoonful of cantnrox
in a cup of hot water, pour a little on
the head at a time, rub as you would
with any other shampoo; then rinse
vour scalp and hair in the clean warm
water. Canfchrox makes plenty of rich,
creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, re
moves -dandruff and relieves itching. It
will not fade the hair, make it dry or
brittle, or cause it to streak, like some
soaps do. After a canthrox shampoo,
vour hair dries quickly, and it is fluffy
and bright o that you can dress it
quickly and neatly.
Q. Yes, I know what the sun and
wind have been doing to your com
plexion. Use tjhis beauty lotion and
you won't be so discouraged: Dissolve
four ounces of spurmax in a half pint
of hot water, add two teaspoonfuls of
glycerine and let cool. Apply to the
face, neck and forearms with the palm
of the hand, rubbing gently until dry.
Spurmax refreshes, cools and whitens
the skin. It removes freckles, tan.
dryness, saHowness, chapping a'nd
cracking of the skin due to heat, wind
or weather. Use it daily instead of
face powder. Use it freely; it won't
rub off or show like powder.
Mrs. K. C: You should begin taking
a good, safe, flesh-reducing remedy at
once, as the tendency is for one to take
on extra flesh during the winter
months. By dissolving -four ounces of
parnotis in 1 pints hot water and
taking a tablespoonful before each
meal, you will remove your excess flesh
rapidly without any ill effects and have
a more shapelj' figure. This revmedy
is harmless and has proven a wonder
ful source of relief to man3". many
ladies who were troubled with over
fatness. in the city, admits of their usefulness
in sending messages to the west coast.
About 15 men have been employed on
the ground since November 7 and the
actual construction of the towers com
menced on November 9.
Stop here tomorrow. Store closed all
day Thurs. & Fri. Snyder Jewelry Co.
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k7XA.j.k3 JT-EV-EikJiO JJ2
pmhoi,nn i- -n .0 ..
ct, 01 m -i"c ii
a5 tlc-hr ? a drum nn Arnndn-c Thoro
was no istnrhanro Monflnv MthPr
during the day or night, but there was
trouble Sunday. A passenger on the
Mexican National Railways train ar
riving in El Paso Tuesday morning
states this positively.
He further says that no danger is
anticipated in Chihuahua, but the press
of Mexico is muffled and the editor
of El Correro -was thrown into jail
because he published the true state of
There are no trains running out to
San Andres, and it is there that" trouble
is expected, for the revolutionists are
strong in the mountains.
i SAYS AjLI. IS QTJrET
- DOWN ON "WEST COAST I
Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. Nov. 25.
Editor El Paso Herald.
Tour fair editorial attitude J. .ward
Mexico is a matter of congratulation
I In the large territory south of the bor
der, where Tne Herald is the stand-by
for both American and Mexican news.
There has not been a ripple or ex
citement on the west coast. The day
that excitement ran highest at Mexico,
Guadalajara and Puebla, a very good
game of ball was played at Culiacan
between the American and the Mexican j
The west coast is a rapidly develop
ing country where there Is work for
everybody and nobody is worrying over
political problems. Those who think
solution to the administration that has
formed a great nation out of chaotic
elements in a short generation.
The murderers of Mr. Ellick, In Badl
raguato, a crime which was reported
about a month ago, were captured, and
the money which was taken from his
body has been recovered. There were
two of the murderers and it is reported
that their execution is set for some day
next week. W. S. Hunt.
Stop here tomorrow. Store closed all
daj' Thurs. & Fri. Snyder Jewelry Co.
ACTIVITY REPORTED IN
JOHNSON MINING CAMP
F. M. Miller of th Peaoock Copper
Mining company, has just returned
from a week's visit to the company's
property in the Johnson camp at John
son, Arizona. While there he closed a
contract for the sinking of a shaft on
a body of ore which gives promise of
ood results with a little depth, he
. The Black Prince mine is still sink
ing in the double compartment shaft,
being down now 900 feet with consid
erate water coming in, however. The
officials expect to continue to the 1000
foot level, or deeper.
The Arizona & Michigan Development
company is shipping reguiarly from its
Copper Chief shaft to the El Paso
smelter. The ore is a sulphide, of
which the company has over seven
The Arizona United Mines companj
has a few men at work and the off i-
cers expect to put on more in the near
The Texas-Arizona property is closed
down, pending a deal, the money for
which is now in, the bank at Wil'cox,
Ariz. The deal Is to be consummated
In El Paso on Dec. 5.
Juror Accused of Bribery.
New Tork, Nov. 29.-r-One of the ju
rors in the second famous murder
rials of Nan Patterson, who was set
'free because no verdict could be
reached against her, was put on trial
himself yesterday, charged with ac
cepting a bribe to hang a jury. He is
George TV. Teandle, an architect, and
vras discharged from the jury drawn
to try Edward T. Rosenheimer, whose
automobile killed Miss Grace Hough.
Hope For $13
Fight on Tuberculosis to
Gain 'Impetus From In- .
creased Sale of
(By Philip P. Jacobs, assistant secrc-
tary of the National Association for '
tne study and Prevention of Tubercu- i
New York, Nov. 30. Who first j
thought of the Red Cross Christmas '
seal? is a question many a person
will ask as he places the pretty seal
on the back of his holiday note this
year. The stamp or seal vhas a very
interesting history. It has gained
popularity the world over as an emer
gency relief measure. In 1S62 the first
"charity stamp" made its appearance
in Boston, and was designated as the
Boston sanitary fair stamp. About the
same time a similar stamp was issued
in Brooklyn with the inscription,
"Brooklyn Sanitary Fair Postage." This
fair netted 400,000 to the soldiers' hos- j
pital fund. Similar stamps were is-
sued in later years during the civil
war in ew York. Springfield. Mass.,
aml Stamford, - Conn. After the war
this method of raising funds was dis-
continued in this country for a genera-
tion, although it found vogue in Por-
tugal, Switzerland, Australia, France.
Snain- Denmark. Norway. Russia,
I C7. J 3 -Al -!-
Sweden and other European countries. 1
Their First Use.
Stamps were first used for anti-tuberculosis
work In Norway and Sweden
in 1904. At Copenhagen In the fall
of 1904 a committee of 15 met to dis
cuss a plan whereby an idea for a
Christmas stamp advanced by Mr. Hol
boel a postoffice official, might be put
On the recommendation of this com
mittee, it was decided to print 2,000,000
stamps and to sell them at 2 cere each
(about one-half a cent), the proceeds
to go toward the erection of a chil
dren's seaside tuberculosis hospital,
similar to Sea Breeze hospital at Coney
Island. The commission provided for
a profit of about 5 cents on each sheet
of 50 stamps for the local postoffices,
but so enthusiastic did the officials
become over their work, that thej sold
and handled allthe stamps and re
fused to accept any reward. At the
end of the season, which lasted only
from December S to January 6, it was
found that 4,113,000 stamps had been
sold, or about two for every man, wo
man and child in Denmark.
The Danish stamp was really the in
spiration for the Red Cross stamp in
America. In July, 1907, Jacob Riis
published in "The Outlook" the story
of the Danish stamp andcalled upon
the people in this country to adopt
some such device to support the na-
?""tl;tur,cul?s,sf r"Sle' .
cause Ol laciv ul iuuus aim uuici o
ing obligations, the National Associa
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis could not accept Mr.
Riis's' challenge and no other national
body felt charged with the responsi
bility of undertaking so new a ven
The Christmas Stamp Idea.
The eed sown by Jacob Riis might
have died had not a little group of
women in Delaware, headed by Miss
Emilys P. Bissell, seen the possibilities
of a Christmas stamp. For the pur
pose of gaining support for a state
anti-tuberculosis campaign in Dela.
ware, the scheme was launched, and j
within three weeks from December
to Christmas, nearly 400,000 stamps
were sold in Delaware, Philadelphia and
eastern Pennsylvania, and nearly
$3,000 was realized for the tuberculosis J
The leaders in this sale were closely
allied with the Red Cross society of
Delaware which had taken an active
part in the movement. The American
Red Cross also gave the Delaware ex
periment its support, and the directors
of that organization decided to try the
sale of Christmas tuberculosis, stamps
on a national basis. After some hesi
tation about the amount of stamps that
would be needed, an order for 1,000,000
stamps of a design by Howard Pyle
was given. So successful was the sale,
however, that, when the central com
mittee at "Washington began to count
up on Christmas day, 19 OS, it was
found that 30.000,000 stamps had been
printed, 2S.000.000 sold to local agents,
and nearly 17,00,000 were sold at one
cent each, yielding a profit of about
135,000, after all expenses had been
American Red Cross Takes Up Sales.
In 190S, the American Red Cross
printed the stamps and sold them di- j
rectly to local agents, who were them
selves responsible for all stamps left
on their hands, and who had .to do all!
their own advertising besides. This
resulted in a great loss to many com
mittees, some having as many as 500,
000 stamps left unsold. Last year, tin
1909, an attempt was made to Improve
1nnn !, nonHinnc rwf la in IQftV
I S. f I
INJSIHe i first announcement. 33 1-2 nercent of. n L U I
XflSMSaMNPiX ' tne ross proceeds. This percentage 1 1 L LI LJ i
v .c- -""" "- - "'--y-i soreness of the muscles and rheumatic
Instead of selling the stamps outright , pains there is none better than Cham
to local agents, the Red Cross fur-1 bcrlain's. Sold by all dealer
Miss Mabel T. Boardman, one of the leading spirits of the American Red
Cross society, trao is largely responsible for the growth in the stamp move
ment; and Jacob Riis. the, noted magazine writer and social worker, who first
introduced the red cross stamp into this country. The picture also' shows the
design of the 1910 Red Cross stamp.
pished as many stamps as might be
needed, and charged, according to their
t first announcement, 33 1-3 percent of .
t the gross proceeds. This percentage
J was later reduce'd to 20 percent. In
return for the 20 percent the Red
I Cross, besides furnishlnjr the stamps.
j supplied also a varied assortment of
! advertising matter to all local apents.
I The results of last year's sales, how-
j ever, show that nearly $250,000 was
realized from the sale of Christmas
I stamps for the anti-tuberculosis cam-
paign. nearly double the amount in
190S. If to this sum be added the pro-
ceeds of local stamps, the sale in 1909
"would be more than double that in
Outlook Good for Bis Sale.
Every indication points to a record- 1
breaking sale of Christmas seals this
year. To begin with, the cost of the
stamps to local associations has been
reduced to 12 1-2 percent, and in the
event of any profit- being made from
this charge, the National Association
for the Study and Prevention of Tuber
culosis will share equally with the
American Red Cross. On account of
these favorable terms there will bejTlewed the windup of the fight from
very few local stamps issued this year,
and the Red Cross seal will be sold in
every state of the union.
Brighter Design This Year.
The Red Cross seal in 1910 is a much.-l
brighter design than the one used in
190S. It is an inch square with the
conventional Red Cross in the center
surrounded by a circle in which are
the words, "Merry Christmas. Happy
New Year. American Red Cross." The
colors are red and green. The seal
presents a cheery appearance, savoring
as it does of holly wreaths and mistle
toe. One important change has been made
in the tise of seals this year. In for
mer years they have been called
"stamps" and could be placed any
where on a letter. This year, by order
of the postoffice department, they are
called "seals" and must be placed on
the backs of letters. These seals are
not for postage, although thousands
of them were used for that purpose
last year. They will not carry any
thing in the mails, but anything in the
mails will carrj them, provided thej
are placed on the back of the letter
Already the presses of several big
publishing houses have run off 25,-
000,000 of these seals. A hundred mil
lion seals for the United States is a
small number to ask for, when one
croii rv,K -t- , ,..,
stops to think of the millions of letters
and packages sent out during the holi
day season. The Christmas seal' is a
message of cheer and hope. "It blesses
nim who &iVes anj him who receives,"
and in proving an effective bullet in
the warfare against tuberculosis, every
seal thus becomes "thrice blessed."
Every penny counts. The present
war against tuberculosis is limited and
handicapped on all sides by a lack of
What would a million for tuberculo
sis to be spent largely in educational
work mean? It would help to relieve
the crowded conditions of our hospi
tals and sanatoria. Just think of it?
We have in this country at the present
time less than 30,000 beds in all sorts
of institutions, including almshouses,
prisons and hospitals for the insane,
where a tuberculosis patient may re
ceive treatment, and, at the most con
servative estimate, there are fully 300,
000 people who should be at the pres
ent time in such places. And these are
only those who are too poor to pay
for their treatment. If we included
all the consumptives who needed treat
ment in hospitals or sanatoria, we
would have over 500,000 in the United
If the goal of the National Associa
tion for the Study and Prevention of
Tuberculosis and the American Nation,
al Red Cross, "A Million from Red
Cross Seals in 1910" is realized, it will
mean on an average a little more than
a one cent contribution from every
man. woman and child in the United
Ev ry family has need of a good, re
liable llnimAnt- "TTV.T. .n.-n: i i
" Jk 1" "&. UlUlSCS.
HUH ill 111
(Continued From Page One.)
been dispatched to the forces ahead, i
These rot.un.o.i t rh, r .i
their appearance the insurrectionists I The other friends received fines of $10
retreated in good order, disappearing J each- That bIiere 'vra-s 7l anti-Ameri-In
a canyon. I can sentiment behind the blow, seems
o Pursuit Attempted
.no pursuit was attempted, as a
small detachment properly posted vin
the narrow defiles of the mountains
cculd slaughter any but an over
'"W- H. Kraft, who vas born at St.
Louis, but who has lived here most of
ms lite, and judge J. M. Ganders.
an automobile. Many other persons
rushed to the scene when the firing
was heard. By the time they arrived
their positions on the road were Quite
safe, the fighting being about a mile,
to their right.
The insurrecto dead were brought to
the city in wagons. Both sides used
steel jacketed bullets and all of the
wounds inflicted were clean. Three
American physicians, Drs. Commons,
Tye and Shaw, assisted in dressing the
wounded at the hospital Sunday night.
Besides the dead, the insurgents lost
tbre taken prisoner, and about 20
Exaggerated reports of the present
disturbances are not confined to the
Texas border by any means. Reports
Sunday night put the insurgent loss af
anywhere from 15 to 45. It is of
course possible that there may have
been others killed and their bodies
not di;rnvPTr? Km- r, - .-
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nothing to justify the wild rnnrt I
brought back to the citv by excited '
HIT HIM IN FACE
Mexicans may be ever so friendly, but'
T , Z?, ", t convince Carl F.
-. ui wus iaci. .warsn. who is rot
yet past the age limit for vou-rs, u.com- i
J JellV tv; Hfl fl.rri IiiiaTaTit.no
Mi-o-na to Surely Cure
Indigestion and Stom
MI-O-NA is guaranteed to cure indi
gestion or any stomach trour;p, or
money back. Bt is not a makenlft
remedy, but is a stomach tonic and up.
builder that taken regularly, will make
the stomach strong and heallhyj It
builds up the nerves, puts rich blood
in the veins, and stops headaches and
Why should any reader of the Herald
hesitate to try this great stomach pre
scription when it doesn't cost a cent
unless it cures.
In f i-e. minutes it will banisvi after
dinner distress, nervousness, gas eruc
tations or heartburn.
Women who desire a lovely com
plexion, sparkling eyes, and perfect
health should try MI-O-NA stomach
tablets. They cause the stomach to
properly digest food, keep the live;;,
stomach and bowels in order anl fur
nish nutritious matter that makes pure
rich red blood.
If you have any sickness c msed bj
the stomach, such as sick "neadache, bil
iousness, dizziness, constipation, sleep
lessness, nightmare or nervousness, MI-O-NA
stomach tablets will surely bring
you back to health.
Sold by Kelly & Pollard and drug
gists everywhere, and guaranteed to do
just as advertised. Free trial treat
ment on request, from Booth's Mi-o-na
Buffalo, N. Y.
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places of intense interest to the traveler, the artist, the student. Through
out Mexico are wonderful opportunities for the capitalist or the man with
'just a little" to invest. For detailed information, special rates and liter
C. W. FISH, Traffic Manager. W. F. PATON, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Primera Calle Vergara No. 209, Mezico City, Mexico.
A. A. ESCONTRIAS,, City 'Pass. Agent, Postal Cable Eldg., El Paso, Texas
n The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays a3 well as ia
regular office hours.
THE JANITOE SERVICE
in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Taso. '
at the very heart of the business center, where every car goes
bv the door.
have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughly warmed by ?tcan in winter.
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service.
panied by J. F. Davis, both new arri- J merce and other bodies orrganined for
vals in El Paso, went across the river f defence. Armed men were placed in
to see the sights. While passing the the upper part of the Palacia Munici
Big Kid saloon on the way to the Jua- pal, the cathedra', Tcatro rTe los Ha
rez pestoffice. the two boys passed four : roes and the Palacio de Gobierno. At
Mexicans. The walk being narrow at ti same t;me he police, a number of
that point, the four took all the side
walk there was available. As Marsh
passed them one of the men struck
him a blow in the face, he says, and
knocked him into the street.
The two Americans lost no time in
returning to that dear United States.
The Mexicans, who were said to have
been drinking, were placed under ar
rest. For the assault on young Marsh
mayor Portillo Tuesday morning
handed out .30 days, "straight," to
Fransito Anchondo, who did the
punching. It appeared that Anchondo
with three other friends was drunk.
i certain since Ancnonoo ooasts tnat ne
is an American citizen, employed on !
rancn near xsieta. i
That Chihuahua is bristling with sol- j
diers and arms and is being prepared
for any eventualities, is evidenced by
the following from the Chihuahua En-
terprise of Saturday: j
The arrival of the third regiment j
with six pieces of artillery added to the ,
flpfpppp frrr find vesterdav's addition
cf J 500 men, horse, foot and artillery,
means that offensive movements are
to be expected. This force will bo
greatly increased by new arrivals. ;
The authorities, the chamber of com- i
A 9kln of Seauty ;s a coy -rorover
R. T.v Felix Gouraua's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifler.
Removes Tan, Pimples,
Freciles, Moth Patches
Bash, d Skin Du. eases.
ana every oiemuc
on beauty, and de.
fies detection. It
h.v stood the test
it properly maae.
A ccept no count er-
teit ci simuar
came. Dr. L. A. j
Savre said to a '
lady of the haut- '
ton a patient': '
"As you Izousr
Trill use them.
I recommend !
'Gournud'K Crcaai' as the least harmful of all the ;
i .w nM ,- Fm-MixhiT'rviidriuTtnsts and FuncV'
Goods Dealers in'the United States, fcmada and Europe.
; ItHB. T. HOfUNS. f fS5 darsS JlTCS IMS, EStflOW
ASSAYEBS ,& CHEIVLISTS
Sndepondent Assay Offsco
'R ESTACLISHFD 1888.
u. iv . r.H-KHAET. j.ji., .rropneror.
Agent for Ore Skippers Assays' end
ChcmicrJ Analysis. Minss Examined
i and Reported Upon, dullion Work a
Kp1' Office and IV-.ratory:
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Caston? Assay Office
CRITCHETT !fc FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes &. Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
222 ia San Francisco St. Phone 324.
EI Paso Brick Co.
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION
TILE; ALL SIZES
Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, Mottled and
IF YOU AVAXT GENUINE
Gallup Lump Coal
111 ONE BEI.I, 3-J3.1
ALSO FIRST CL.1SS ALFVLFA
AND M.I, KINDS OF GK VIN.
EST EI, PVSO FIEL CO.
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soldiers and volunteers were included.
Patrols of rurales and soldiers guard-
j ed tiie streets of the suburbs. Various
j anti-reeleccionistas were arrested, and
1 arms fii!nsiv(s and (,nmnrnmi'!in
decumerts were said to be found in
possession of -some of them
Good Automobile Tires
at Reasonable Prices
Fine, durable tires, made !y an indepen
dent rubber company. Give excellent service
and sare you alut 30 .per cent of tire cost.
Notice the following low prices: 2Sx3 $12.fi0,
tx3 ?13.75. 2bs:j. Ij.C. 30s3u. $17.S0.
r,2.V. 51S.00. TxSU SIO.OO, 3Ux4 521.70.
.i:4 ?22.70. 32x4 $23.iX. 33x4 24.73. 34x4
$2. sn. 3i4 S2.S.30. 34x4 V. $31.70, 30x4
$33.20. 3Cx3 53U.40. Dunlop 13 per cent
above these pri-i. Fine Inner tntx-s 13 per
cent les than rjrolar, standard list. Gods
sent anytvbere C. O. P.. allowing examina
tion. Five per cent discount if cash accom
panies order. Telegraph orders promptly
GJIod. State definitely style bead desired.
Money refunded if unsatisfactory. Give them
a trial and you'll order more.
The Geyer Sales Company
I 23 Efmm BuMding, D2yton, Chic
Her Hired Gir
Sow Uardni Helped Mrs.
' - , . . , r 1 ml t.
Duriisuu uu ouive jluc
" Servant Problem.
orvill Til. "I had to hire a srirl tc
, ... . ..
' to my nousework, writes Mrs. s.tu
, uurnson. oi tnis piace, urau3C x .mH
grown so weak that I could hardly
stand on my feet. At my husband's
urgent request, I tried Cardui. and
soon my health liegan to mend. Now,
I can do my own housework, and I feel
so much bettert
"I will be thankful all my life foi
the help Cardui has been to me!"
Every woman owes it to herself tt
You should keep it in the house, foi
you never know when you may need it,
Its specific, curative action, on th
causo of most womanly troubles, hal
been proved by the wonderful result!
obtained in so many different fornu
of such troubles. Its tonic, strength
ening action is noticed after a dose 01
It has a record of 50 years of sue
cess, in treating the ailments peculiai
to weak and delicate women.
Take Cardui when you feel ill in ans
way -weak, tired, miserable, or undei
the weather. It will help jou.
Forty thousand druggists sell it.
Go to the nearest one. and get a bot
tie today. You wll never regret It.
DO UfflilT A IfiESO
WH11 ! H JUD .'
We have more calls for office helo than we can
supply. Your hands cam from 50 cents to $1.50 a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to S20 a cay. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify you for the $5 to S20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or rhons DRAUflHOVS BUSINESS COLLEGE,
1 Fco, Texas, 10? Souh El Paso St. Phone USi.