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I. PASO HERALD
TEO POIZE FIT
Loudon, EBi?lnnd, Xov 30. "Jem" Since, the hero of many hard
fought contests In the prize ringr, and one time heavyrreisht champion, died
mt Harrow-on-TyHC of old age today; K via 79 years old.
Mace at one time was vrorta mow than a million dollars, hut in re
cent years he Had been dependent on friends.
3Lace succeeded to the championship in 1SG0, when Tom Sayers retired.
He defeated Tom Kins for the title in 1SG2, after 43 rounds with hare
knuckles and for the aext 10 year w as invincible.
Jockey Shilling Arrives and
Is Given Ovation by
X f BOWLING. fl
At the Cactus.
Two games were played Tuesday
night at the Cactus club. The Go Easy
team won a 50 pin game from the
Butchers. Kilgore took high same at
187 and Foster ran 477 pins as nlgn
total. Play gave the victors three
points to the losers one point. Scores.
Foster 155 138 184 477
lowers "::::. :....i2o 113 105 8
115 144 107 36
SS." :::::: ::::"i ios s55
...1662 654 630 1946
110 120 417
114 103 324
JUAREZ JOCKKBY CLUB.
7th Day, Thursday, Dec. 1.
152 119 129 400
. 95 136 117 343
.125 125 157 407
Totals 666 604 626 1896
By the margin of 360 pins, the
Juniors Tsron from the -Independents.
Weaber took game at-227 ana total as
-well, with 582 pins. Play gave -the
Juniors four points. Scores: .
Juniors ' 1 ?
TTpaber .' -227 179 176 583
Car? .. 155 0 174 489
strela "--.-. ---1S8 183 191 562
iryai-:::;;.;..u...i7q .170 149
Independents 1 2 3 TL
Sukerman 158 189 161 508
Tuttle 133 156 lo3 ,447
Reeder V. C-ISS 144 163 465
Steffes .....' 13S 151 147 436
Watson 150 132 121 403
On the Cactus alleys Wednesday, the
Bankers, will bowl the Beavers, and the
Tannigans -will meet the Browns.
At the Y. 31. C. A.
By a fat margin, team No. 3 defeated
4-n. xr c nn T "T C A. allevs Tues
day night. Alvarez took game at 170,
while Peralta landed a zat total ot ovj
pins. Scores: v
Team 3 12 3 Tl.
Zozaya 161 136 154 451
Alvarez .17.0 146 126 442
Peralta 165 171 166 502
Totals 496 453 '446 1395 J
Team 6 1 2 3 TL
Smith .... .'...123 .124 161 40& j
Slater 126 146 169 441
Wyman 143 132 161 436
..Totals 392 402 491 12S5 j
First race, selling, maidens, 2 years
Old, five and one-half urlongs Foot
fall, 104; Oblivion, 104; Bed Lass,
109; Carl Cloud, 112; Pit-a-Pat, 112;
Practitioner, 112; Prince Withers, 112.
Second race, selling, six furlongs
Cellart, 97; Lawndale Belle, 102;
Sporting Life, 102; Little Marchmont,
102; Siscus, 105; Periwinkle, 107; Tom
Third race, selling, five and one-half
furlongs Mark Kennedy, 104; Gilpy,
104; Rio Pecos, 106; Jeanne LVArc, 10S;
Intrinsic, 110; Execute, 114.
"Fourth race, selling, Rio Grande
stakes, 2yearolds, five and one-half
furlongs Aragorfese, 92; Juarez, 97;
Helen Barb. 100; Mockler, 104; Fly
ing Wolf, 110.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs Ra
mori Carona, 102; Gibson, 102; Fusi
leer, 102; Hannis. 107; Spooner, 110;
Joe Enrich, 110; Himalaya, 110.
Sixth race, selling, one mile and a
sixteenth Pedro,' 102; Tug BoaJ, 104;
Shelby, 104; Hoyle, 107; John Louis,
Five pounds apprentice allowance.
JOHNNY" EVERS STICKS
WITH THE CHICAGO CUBS
Chicago, HI., Nov." 30. "Johnny"
Evers, the Chicago National's second
baseman, has finally decided to stick
with the team and will go south with
them for training.
He has turned down an offer to
coach the navy baseball team this
The Y. M. C. A. Commercial league
has two games scheduled for Wednes
day night. The Walz Co. team will
play the Bryan Bros, team, while the
International Book will meet with
Shelton Payne for first honor in the
league. No admission is charged for
the games "which are held Weanesday
The Kress 5c, 10c ana 25c store is
making extensive preparations this
week for their third anniversary sale,
which they, are going to celebrate Sat
urday of this week. They announce
one of tneir big special feature sales
for every hour from S a, m. to 9 p. m.
Regulate the bowels wnen 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
9 HHHE flDBHS
HHrA ltoVA ubiVa
The diagnosis of disease is the first and really most important step
in the successful treatment of any trouble. In other words, first find
the source or cause, and . then use the 'remedy most naturally and
scientifically suited to the condition.
We do' not believe there is any disease in which improper treat
ment is more often used than in Catarrh. So many persons treat
the symptoms without giving thought to the causes which produce
these symptoms, and the result is that Catarrh is considered incurable
by a great many, simply because local treatment has failed to accom
plish the desired result.
Every symptom of Catarrh points to impure blood; we are sure a
short analysis of the disease and its symptoms will convince any one
that this statement is true. First we have irritated and inflamed
mucous membranes of the head, nose, and throat, from which there is
a constant and copious discharge of watery matter. This cbmes from
inflammation of these mupous surfaces and is caused by catarrhal mat
ters and impurities in the circulation. Nature intends that tnese mem
branes shall all be nourished by the blood, and so long as '.this vital
fluid is pure it satisfactorily performs this necessary work, but waste
matters and impurities deposited into these delicate partssets up
inflammation, and the discharge is a natural result. When thisecre
tion begins to dry it assumes thicker proportions and becomes sticky;
then it adheres to the throat and upper back portion of the mouth,
causing tne nawKing ana
Gentlemen: I wrote yon sometime
ago giving: you an account of my sui- i
felines with an awful case of Catarrh
I had all the symptoms that accom
pany this disease, such as mucus dror-
I ping back into the throat, a constant
desire to hawk and spit, feeling of
dryness in the throat, cough and soit
tiugupon rising in the morning, seabs
forming in the nose, which required
much effort to blow out, sometimes
causing the nose to bleed and leaving
me with a sick headache. I haja thus
suffered for five years. As soon as I
heard from you I commenced to take
S. S. S. as you advised, and afte I had
taken several bottles, I noced a
change for the better. Thus 'encour
aged, I continued to take it, and in a
short while was entirety cureo;
JUDSON A. BELXAM.
11 TV. 10th Street, Manchester, "Va.
straining so troublespm.e to Ca
Other ordinary -symptoms
of the disease are headaches,
pains above the cheek bones,
roaring sounds in the ears, etc.
These symptoms too point di
rectly to diseased blood, and are
caused by congestion of the cir
culation. The" impurities and
catarrhal matters in the blood
stream interfere with its easy
and natural flow, and it becomes
feverish and thus affects the del
icate fibres and membranes of I change for the better. Thus.'encotrr-I j
the throat and head.
S, S. S. cures Catarrh by
cleansing the blood of all impure
catarrhal matter, and at the same
time building uo the svstem bv
its unequalled tonic effects. It goes down into the circulation, and
removes every trace of impurity or foreign matter. In other words
S. S. S. cures Catarrh by purifying the bipod so that the mucous sur
faces and linings of the body are supplied with healthy bipod instead of
being constantly irritated and diseased from the saturatjfe of catarrhal
impurities. Then the inflamed membranes heal, the 'discharge is
checked, the head noises all cease, the stomach is tongd up, the throat
is no longer clogged with phlegm, but every annoying symptom of
Catarrh is corrected. There is but one way to cure Catarrh purify
the blood, and there is but one absolutely safe and sure blood purifier
S. S. S. We have a special book on Catarrh; we will send this
book, and also any medical advice desired free to all ho write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CW ATLANTA, GA
Molesworth, Rue and Carroll Shill
ing were the faiorites at the Juarez
track Tuesday. Molesworth, the
jockey, put over four of the six firsts, I
Rue won the 2yearold event, fourth on
the card, from a field of fast horses,
and Carroll Shilling, recognized as the
peer of all jockeys on the American
turf, arrived and was " meetlncr his
J friends at the track. He will do his
first ridmg today.
Rue, a western horse, won the hon
ors in the feature event of the day,
the five and one-half furlong dash,
fourth on the card for 2yearolds. Du
bois, the favorite, went out in front
from the word and looked to make a
runaway race of it. Flying Wolf took
command at the half, but gave it over
to Majorie who, in turn, surrendered
it to Rue when the HcLamore horse
was ready for his final move. Rue
rounded the stretch turn and was lead
ing by a nose down the parade. He
stretched this lead into a length be
fore the finish. Dubois posed Flying
"Wolf out of place by coming in on
Little Friar Makes Game Move.
Little Friar made an early move in
the first race, fell back and gamely
came on again to beat Soon, who was
entirely too' soon for the six furlongs.
The Friar's move was a game one, for
the colt was beaten at the stretch,
after taking the lead at the three
quarter pole. Kent rode a good race
on the winner and was able to steer
clear of complications on the turn.
Cat, covering- all the ground on the
outside, came on w'th a rush at the
last and ran a good race. Soon was
best able to stave off this comer at
the finish for a place but would have
had to give way to the Cat if the race
had gone another furlong.
Kennedy Takes Second Race.
Kennedy, the horse, and Murphy, the
jockey, beat the barrier by two
lengths and better in the second race,
and horse and rider were able to make
a winning of the advantage, although
Lucky Mose ran the leader to stand
still at the finish, after making up the
lost ground. Kennedy got awav in
frpnt and stayed there until the race
was over. Mose was in second place
all ,the way, but never able to overtake
the pacemaker, even after a hard drive
to the finish. Miss Caithness was
third. Rio Pecos added another win
ning to his string "by racing W. T.
Overton to a standstill in the third
race. Overton, with Wilson up, was
unable to beat the west Texas horse
and had to' surrender second place to
Bantronia, who finished gamely.
Puts Over a Favorite.
Molesworth put over a favorite in
the fifth in Bob Lynch, who made ev
ery post a winning one and had steam
enough in .reserve to stay the rush of
Bonton, who was sent up from fourth
to second place by Kennedy. Bonton
was due for a"' winning-' over the favor
ite, but could not muster the courage
at the critical time, and had to be
content with second honors. Joe Eh
rlch came from nowhere and led the
field for the third position In a game
Molesworth with Otilo under him,
beat the favorite in the last race. It
was Otilo all the way, although Mul
holland challenged gamely in the
stretch, but was unable to. respond to
the whipping he received. John Luis
imisnea in front of the favorite and
a pair of lengths behind Otilo. La
Dextra was unable to beat the field
at the distance.
First race Six furlongs, selling,
2yearolds, value to first $225. Little
Friar, 100 (Kent) won; Soon, 105
(Rice) second; Cat, 107 ' (Murphy)
third. Time, 1:10. Pitapat, Brave
"Withers, Iwalnai, Owenita, Alta Ray,
Second race Six furlongs, selling,
3yearolds and up, value to first $225.
Mark Kennedy, 104 (Murphy) won;
Lucky Mose. US (Wilson) second;
Miss Caithness, 100 (Kent) third. Time.
1:15. Short Order, Siscus, Bardonia,"
Ed Holly, Charlie Rothschild, ran.
Third race Six furlongs, selling,
3yearolds and up, value to first $225.
Rio Pecos, 10B (Molesworth) won;
.tsanironia, lOo (Kennedy)
DO YOU WANT TO QUIT DEINKING-?
IF YOU DO WE CA1J CURE YOU!
3Iany a man -nanta to quit drinking', lint cannot.
THE DESIRE FOR Llftl OR IS A DISEASE.
We treat the disease no hypodermic or dangerous drugs used) nod
make a man care no more for JilQlTOR than before a drop ever pushed
A SAXITRIU3I has been established here.
A CI RE GUARANTEED.
It cannot hurt your health and Trill stop you from business only
YOU OWE IT TO HUMAMTY to Investipite this opportunity.
If yon do not drink tell your friends about It.
El Paso, Texas, Dec. 27th, 1909.
To the Public:
I had been a hard drinker for thirty years when induced by a
friend to take the Globe Three Day Cure. In three hours after the first
medicine wag given me I had no desire to drink, though it was right
there in my room. I want to state to all drinking men in El Paso,
especially my drinking friends, to take advantage of this opportunity
to free themselves from their slavery to alcohol. I do not now feel
any nervousness and feel bettor than I have for twenty years. I am
sure that I will never taste whisky again. I am under everlasting obli
gations to the Globe Three Day treatment for curing me.
C. L. RIDLEY.
If Interested call on, write or (Phone Auto. 2481.)
-"" ED. B. CUNNINGHAM, Manager.
Globe 3 Day Liquor Cure
Sanitarium 2013 Atlanta St., EI PasOj Tex.
CERTAINTY OF CURE IS WHAT EVERY MAM WANTS AMD IF
WE FAIL TO EFFECT A CURE OUR SERVICES
COST YOU HOTKING, AS WE TREAT UNDER A
Written Legal Guarantee of a Cure
Overton, 105 ("Wilson) third. Time,
1:14 2-5. Rather Royal, Hidden Hand,
Mike Mollett, ran.
Fourth race Five and one-half fur
longs, purse, 2yearolds, value to first
?300. Rue, 113 (Molesworth won; Du
bois, 105 (Kennedy) second; Flying
AVolf, 10S (Murphy) third. Time,
l:0S3-5. Marjorie A., Aragonese, i-ee
Fifth race Five and one-half fur
longs, selling, 3yearolds and, up, value
to first $225. Bob Lynch. 109 (Moles
worth) won; Bonton, 10S (Kennedy)
second; Joe Ehrich, 112 (Smith) third.
Time, 1:0S. Tom McGrath, Preen, Mau
retania, Gresham, Gene "Woods, Pid
Hart, ran .
Sixth race One and one-sixteenth
miles, selling, 3yearolds and up, value
to first $400. Otilo, 105 (Molesworth)
won; John Luis, 107, (Ganz) second;
Fred Mulholland, 109 (Rettig) third.
Time, 1:47 3-5. La Dextra, ran.
Hot Chocoiate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
GE.V. TORRES PAYS A
VISIT TO CAXAXEA REGION.
Cananea. Mex., Nov. 30. Gen. Luis
Torres, governor of the military zone
of Sonora, spent last night in Cananea
and left for Hermosillo. The general
went to "Waco Monday afternoon,
where he met Gen. L. D. Thomas. What
the nature of the visit was the general
did not care to state.
Gen. Torres states that he has re
ceived telegrams from Mexico City to
the effect that everything is tranquil
throughout the republic, with the ex
ception of some minor disturbances In
Guerrero, Chihuahua, and near Parral
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and
"A Courtship in Japan"
Evening performance 8:15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale, Ryan's Drug Store.
Phone. Bell 608-629
Bills Change Thursday, Monday.
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Every Sufferer From Ca
tarrh, Coughs, Colds and
Sore Throat Should
I will teach you.
M. J. Ely's
102 N. Campbell St
El Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box 757.
VARICOCELE, which -we vcure
in twenty -minutes without
pain, operation, danger ot de
tention from business.
HYDROCELE in thirty min
utes, iwithout resorting to sur
gery, no inconvenience experi
RUPTURE in from one to
five treatments, without opera
tion, pain or danger. W cure
any case that can Jbe retained
with any kind, of trus or plas
STRICTURE without cut
ting, dilating (stretching),
sounding cr cauterizing. The
canal is restored to a perfect
ly sound, healthy condition.
The cure is permanent. The
treatment practically painless.
PILES. FISTULA AXD FIS
SURE (by modern methods. "We
use no injections, knife, Kga-
ASK YOITR GROCER
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
So-many hundreds of catarrh victims
fc-ho have taken the HYOMEI treat-
fment, have written us letters thank-
Ing us for publishing our method of
taking the HYOMEI vapor treatment
In connection with the inhaler that we
gladly publish it again.
The vapor treatment is especially
recommended in stubborn cases of
chronic catarrh of long standing, butr
remember that the inhaler should be
used daily as usual.
, This is the simple vapor treatment
and o.nly takes five minutes of your
time before going to bed. Pour a tea
spoonful of HYOMEI into a bowl of
boiling water, cover the head and
dowi witn towei ana breathe for sev- , ley is
eral minutes the vapor that arises. i the Chamber of Commerce "Boosters"
You will be surprised at the result I "with loyal support and encouragement
of this treatment; It makes the head D" signing an application blank for
ture or other painful measures.
WE INVITE ALL AFFLICTED MEX TO CALL AT OUR OFFICE
FOR A FREE EXAMINATION AND ADVICE, rf you have been treated
by Home Methods, Electric Belts, Free trial treatments and other fake
methods without obtaining relief, you are the very man we want to
see. We are curing men every day who have been treated by so-called
specialists for months without obtaining any benefit. To all such we
state, with no strings attached, if we fail to do all iwe claim OUR
SERVICES COST YOU NOTHING. I
IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL THE ABOVE DISEASES, AT
LEAST ONE VISIT IS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. This will not
cost you as -much as patent medicines, home-treatments, etc., and it
will pay one to come hundreds of miles rather than subject themselves
to experiments -and consequent delay in securing relief.
BOOKS Describing our methods nvill be sent to any address in a plain
sealed envelope. All correspondence confidential.
CONSULTATION, X-RAY EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE.
Office Hours: 9 a- m. to 7 p. m. Sundays, 9-1 only.
Rooms 1-3 Hammett (formerly Van Blarcum) Bldg., corner of Texas
and Mesa avenue. Entrance opposite Rio Grande Bank Bldg., El Paso,
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
EVERYBODY GET IX IINE FOR
Thursday, Dein!ipi- 3, i:20..
Every citizen of El Paso and the val-
urgred to be prepared to greet
feel fine and clear; you will sleep
better, and that stuffed up feeling In
the head will gradually disappear.
This same method will break up the
worst cold in the head or chest In one
A bottle of HYOIIEI costs 50 cents
at Kelly & Pollard's, who guarantee
it. If you want the complete outfit,
which Includes the little hard rubber
pocket inhaler, the price Is $1.00.
Xo stomach dosing; just breathe
HYOMEI and cure catarrh and all dls-
second; eases of the breathing organs.
membership ih that body on Inursday,
Decemoer ly if you are not already a
DRAUGHOX'S PRACTICAL BUSCVESS
pecial Matinee of tfc
bC-V5V v . : . 'flW? iJPH&t ' &
' i ''. '-L. ' I -J)
Scene showing; "The Whirlwind Dancers" from, "The Queen of the Moulin
Ronse" nt the El Paso theater Wedne sday, Thnrday and Friday nights, with
Thursday matinee at 2:30. '
"QUEEX OF THE MOULIX ROUGE.'
Tonight at the Ei Paso theater "The
Queen of the Moulin Rouge," makes
Its opening appearance. Says the San
Antonio Express of Monday:
"That much exploited and sometimes
maligned spectacle, 'The Queen of the
Moulin Rouge,' diverted audiences
that required every seat and some
standing room in the Grand Opera
house. Most persons went to see a
production advertised as 'sensational.'
It Is frankly a picture of many phases
of student life in the Paris 'Latin
quarter;' cafes, gambling houses and
dens, semi-respectable and shabby.
A big company and a competent chor
us made it picturesque. There were
few situations that brought more than
a quick gasp at mosti And from the
applause in all quarters of the house
there was no evidence of disapproval
at the undoubted freedom because It
had the backing of realism."
'THE BLUE MOUSE."
Clyde Fitch's comedy success. "The
Blue Mouse," with Grace Merritt.
Mable Risley. Irda Palmer, Jno. TV
Dunne. Wm. H. Burke and a company
of 25 farce comedy people will appear
Sunday and Monday, with a special
Monday matinee, at the El Paso thea
ter. This Is another Shubert produc
tion, which manager Rich says Is a
guarantee In itself of its merits. The
sale of seats opens Friday morning at
9 oclock. The prices a're 50c to $2.00.
"CHILD OF THE REGIMENT."
The Glass Stock company is pleas
ing large houses with its stirring
drama, "The Child of the Regiment,"
this week. The prices are: Night,
15c, 25c and 35c; matinee, 10c and 25c
Seats are now on sal
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of men. women
an d children.
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BELL 50; ATJTO 105O
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
get our prices. "We can save you money. We axe masufa-
EL PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY,
312 S. El Pass St.
202 Tezrt St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
HACK and BAGGAGE
"Will be up right away."
116 to 120 San Francisco St.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
Help Boost For El Paso.
Buy a trunk, put your old ideas in it. lay away your jealousies, lock it up
and come out with the "Boosters" Thursday, December 1, at S oclock p. im,
and help the Chamber of Commerce.
El Paso- Trunk Factory. x
l THE CHAMBER OP COMMERCE CANNOT LIFT ITSELF BY ITS OWN BOOT
STRAPS; COME OUT AND GIVE TJS A LIFT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910.
What is needed is to let other folks know about us and the way "to let them
know is to advertise. A larger membership will give us more money to adver
tise. JOIN NOW FOR EL PASO.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP.
Now let every one of us give a hearty cheer so that everybody can hear
for greater El Paso.
TONIC NO. 1.
Talk for El Paso; Tnink for El Paso. Act for El Paso, by joining- the
'Chamber of Commerce.
A. E. RYAN & CO.
THE BIG SMOKER, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1910.
Come out. Don't sit around and damn your town. The town is as good as
f the man who damns it. . .
Every town is jusi wnat its citizens want it to oe.
ODOM'S TRANSFER COMPANY.
"When you buy feed or flour here, you are
getting the best you can secure for the
same as you would pay elsewhere for
inferior grades. We have a large suppty
and can fill your wants whether large
or small and you'll be hard to please if
we cannot please you. Wc are also
headquarters for Seeds. Mail orders giv
en prompt attenti m.
0. G. Seeton & Son
CASH OR CREDIT
A LITTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART PURNITURE CO.
810-312 South StnntoB. Bejl 632; Aaio. Zl
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RUNN ING WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
w RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Promgt aad Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Eatec
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
400 Soutb Saata Pe St.
Bell Phone 1103. Auto. Pkoae 14
Third and Chihuahua U,
GIVE THE BOOSTERS YOUR AID,
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910.
Membership costs but $5.00 for ad
mission and monthly dues of $1.00, $2.50,
Remember the slogan, "Five hundred
members by January 1, 1911."
ELLIS BROTHERS PRINTING CO. ,
Ei Paso Pasteur insiltuie
Par Fre-reHilve Treatment
S25 SAN ANTONIO STRSET.
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