EL PASO HERALD
TYednesday, Dec. 7, 1910.
A SPECIFIC BLOQB MPDBITY
Catarrh, is a deep-seated blood dis
ease, one -which, no amount of local
treatment will ever permanently cure.
The beneficial effects of "washes,
sprays, inhalations, etc., are only
temporary, and when left off the old
condition returns, because the blood
is infected -with, catarrhal matter and
impurities. This impure condition
of the circulation irritates and in
flames the delicate mucous mem
branes and tissues and produces the
well known symptoms of ringing
noises in the bead and ears, mucus in
the throat, headaches, watery eyes,
partial deafness, sore throa, general
impairment of bealth, etc. This con
dition will remain, growing worse as
long as the catarrhal matter is al
lowed to remain in the blood. Being
a specific blood impurity, there is only
one way to cure Catarrh, and that is
to purify the blood. Nothing equals
S. S. S. for this purpose. It attacks
the disease at its bead in- the circu
lation and by thoroughly renovating
the blood and
cleansing it of all
makes a perma
nent and lasting
cure of the dis
ease. For forty
years S. S. S. has
as the best blood
purifier, and the thousands of cases of
Catarrh it has cured is proof that it is
the very medicine needed by those
who suffer with this trouble. Book on
Catarrrh and any medical advice free.
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market. "We make a
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and respectfully Solicit
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Company, be place so many
people have recommended
for expert auto repairing.
This is an exclamation that
is frequently heard. If your
automobile needs attention,
send it to us, where it will
receive a thorough overhaul
ing by an experienced me-1
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Accessories and Supplies
615 N. Campbell St.
H. B. CHRISTY, Mgr. Both Pfconee i
I. C. BARIOYT, ZUgr.
Bell Phone 334.
AHto. Phone 1334.
THE METALS BUYING
210 Ssh Francisco St.
Burned Retorts, Et-
Equals Track Record in the
Third Event at Juarez
Round the World went around the
track Tuesday at a clip which equaled
the track record of :59 2-5 for- hf rHs-
tance, five furlongs. Round the World
was carrying 120 pounds when she did
the distance in the'same time that Bed
well's Richard Reed did it last season.
carrying 14 pounds less. Although
showing this speed. Round the World,
was barely able to beat Frank Mullens
to the money in the 2yearold race, third
on the card.
Angrelus Sets the Pace.
Angelus was there with bells on for
the overnight handicap. He was in the
lead all the way and Ocean Queen, the
pretender, could not cut down the lead
at the stretch, where she made her
Pid Hart outran his field in the first
race and hung on to make it a killing
at the end, with Little Marchmont i
closing in on him rapidly. Benschoten
on Ramon Carona claimed a foul at the
end of the race, but the foul was not
allowed by the judges.
Clone FiRlxh In Second.
The finish of the second race was so
close that it required the judges' offi
cial sign to decide the bets. Bob Lynch,
a consistant winner at the meeting,
broke with the barrier and went out
in front, with Molesworth giving him
his head. Execute came up strong aft
er being crowded and ran the leader
into the ground at the finish. Lyncb
was barely able to hold on long enough
to make the race a winning one.
Tea to One Shot Wins Fifth.
Gladys Louise, a 10 to 1 shot, won
the fifth In another nip and tuck fin
ish, which left It to the judges to de
cide. Lena Lech was running well
up all the way and looked to win, but
did not have .the nerve to make the
move. Miss Caithness was in between
the first two and could not get through,
although sho was running strong at the
John Luis was easily the best in the
bunch that went to the post for the
mile selling race, last on the program.
He was making a runaway race of it
and "had it all over Fred Mulholland,
who set the pace at the first of the
race. He looked the winner at the
stretch, but could not withstand the
rush of Luis, when the finishe came.
Melissa was third.
First race, six furlongs, selling,
3yearolds, value to first 5225 Pid Hart.
112 (Lewis), 15 to 1, won; Little March-
iit, j.,., muius j.i lo j., secona; Ka
mon Corona, 104 (Benschoten), 6 to 5,
third. Time, 1:15 1-5. Siscus, Marcus,
Invergarry, Lady Elizabeth, Billy May
Second race, five ajyi one-half fur
longs, selling, Syearolds and up, value to
first 300 Bob Lynch, 110 (Moles
worth), 8 to 5. won; Execute. 106 nten.
schoten)8 to 5, second; Jeanne D'Arc.
v uiL-uu;, lo xo i, third. Time.
S07. Chapultepec, N. Kennedy, Clint
Tucker, Grace Golden, Waldorf Belle
Third race, five furlongs, pruse, 2year-
The True Secret
of Beautiful Hair
(Amy Lester in World Magazine.)
A famous T"rench actress well
known in America recently stated in
an interview: "Nearly every woman
knows the excellent results that follow
dry shampooing, but too many depend
upon orris root alone to keep the hair
and scalp in good condition. Orris root
will not grow hair.
"The best dry shampoo I know is
made by mixing 4 ounces of powdered
therox and 4 ounces of orris root. Sprin
kle a little of this mixture upon the
head and brush it thoroughly through
the hair. The true secret of a success
ful dry shampoo is to distribute the
orris and therox root through the
hair evenly; 6se a sifter top can if you
have it. Then don't spare the brush.
"This treatment keeps the hair light,
fluffy and lustrous, while too much
moisture on the hair and the alkali in
most soaps tend to make the hair
coarse, dry, brittle and dull in color."
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 supply
and can fill your wants whether large
or small and you'll be hard to please if
we cannot please you. We are also
headquarters for Seeds. Mail orders giv
en prompt attention.
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
City Xatloaal Banlc
Mine & Smelter Supply Co.
Critchett & Fercuson
Custom Assay Office
AND REFINING CO.
EI Paso, Texas.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Dentist Scraps and Sweeps
IVngeetfe and Gold Dust
olds, value to first $400 Round the
j World, 120 (Rice), 1 to 2, won; Frank
, Mullens, 11? (Louder), 2 to 1, second;
rieniai -feuri, vo, v to x, iiiuu. jliiuu,
:59 2-5. Seth, ran.
Fourth race, seven furlongs, over
night handicap, all agres, value to first
$450 Angelus, 116 (Murphy), even,
won; Ocean vQueen. 108 (Ganz), 3 to 1,
second; Injury, 110 (Wilson), 20 to X,
third. Time, 1:26 4-5. Green Seal, Roy
al Captive, ran.
j Fifth race, six furlongs, selling,
I fillies and mares, 3yearolds and up,
value to first $225 Gladys Louise, 111
I (Louder). 10 to 1. won: Lena Lech, 109
j (Imes), 4 to 5, second; Miss Caithness,
j 101 (Benschoten), 3 to 1, third. Time,
1:15. Florence A., Periwinkle, Coty"tto,
Sixth race, one mile, selling, 3year
olds and up, value to first $300 John
Luis. 105 (Ganz), 4 to 1, won; Fred Mul-
holland. 105 (Murphy), 7 to 1, second; j
Melissa, 100 (Nolan), 4 to 1, third. Time,
1:40 3-5. Son Ton, Shelby, Bad News,
Two matches were held
night on Cactus club alleys, and Wed
nesday night another double header
In the National league, the Inde
pendents beat the Beavers by 10
pins, giving each team two points.
Critchett, of the Beavers-, landed both
games at 241 and total with 561 pins.
Play in the American league result
ed in victory for the Butchers over
Broncs by a 25 pin margin. LIndsey,
of the Butchers, took all the glory
with 205 for game and 552 for total.
june .feer, snort. ureter, ran. i
Sukerman 156 225 158 539
StefAas -.177 134 170 181
Tutffe ...... ..125 157 191 473
Reeder .. 161 143 143447
Watson 175 189 173 537
Totals .... ......794 848 835 2477
Critchett 170 150 241561
DeShazo 180 154 161 495
Paul ..173 149 135 457
Doak ...219 136 132 487
Grandover 135 134 198 467
Totals 877 723 867 2467
Steinweg 124 129 148401
Abbott 150 173 120 443
Paschael 157 176 126 459
Kilgore ..133 166 148 4$7
Lindsey 209 177 166 552
Totals 773 821 708 2302
Mueller ...113 144 181 438
DeBruel 156 155 143 454
Calisher .. 169 132 148 449
Walker 146 95 174 415
Henry -....182 173 166 521
Totals 766 699 812 2277
At the T. M. C. A. Tuesday night
team No. 1 defeated team No. 7 by the
margin of S4 pins. Rightor landed
both high game at 221 and high total
at 542. Teams 4 and 5 will meet Wed
nesday night. Scores were:
Team No. 1. Tl.
Houck 176 181 162 519 1
Lenoir 138 149 163 450
Christie 163 172 194 529
Totals 477 502
Team No. 7.
Rightor -..177 221
Slater .'...120 133
Wyman 177 169
Totals -. . '.
.474 523 41-3
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Play in the commercial basketball
league will be held Wednesday night
between the Walz Co. and the Inter
national Book Co., the Bryan Bros.,
and the Shelton-Payne. At this game
the members of the "Y" team will be
eliminated. The percentage of the
Internation Book Co 4 2
Walz Co 3 3
Bryan Bros .t. . . z' z
Shelton-Payne ... .... 2 4
HAVANA WINS FROM DETROIT.
Havana, Cuba, Dec. 7. The Havana
baseball nine defeated the Philadelphia
American league team Tuesday, 2 to
0. Only five innings were played, rain
j stopping the contest.
LANGFORD WINS FIGHT.
! Boston, Mass., Dec. 7. Sam Lang
1 ford won a decision over Morris Har-
rtSm a nesrro. of New York in two
rounds last night. Langford had the
New Yorker groggy in the first, and
in the second would have put him out
had not the referee stopped the bout
while Harris was on the floor.
POWELL DEFEATS OTTO.
New York.Dec. 7. Lew' Powell, of
California, again demonstrated superi
ority over Young Otto, of New York,
at the National Sporting club here last
night. Otto had the advantage In the
early rounds, but Powell's ability to
punch and his gameness gave him a
decided lead in the latter rounds.
Young Otto was badly marked about
THE BIG BIKE RACE.
fNew York, Dec. 7. At 2 oclock this
morning, the 12 teams in the six day
bicycle race were tied with 1009 miles
and six laps. The record is 1017 miles,
two laps, made by Lawson and De
mara last year.
HACKENSCHMIDT "WINS AGAIN
Milwaukee, Wis.. Dec. ". Paul
Pons, the French Canadian, who was
to have wrestled with George Hacken
schmidt here last .night, failed to put in
an appearance. An exhibition was ar
ranged between Hackenschmidt and
Adolph Ernst, of Chicago, Hacken
schmidt throwing Ernst twice in 5:40
St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 7. Young Mil
ler, of St. Paul, retains the welter
weight wrestling championship of the
world by defeating Eugene Tremblay,
of Montreal in two straight falls. Mil
ler was the aggressor at all times. He
won the first fall with a half Nelson
and leg hold In 32 minutes, and the
second with a scissors and arm hold in
CHICAGO WRESTI7ER WINS.
Battle Creek, Mich., Dec. 7.
"Young" Westergard, the Chicago
wrestler, won from George Charleston,
of Brooklyn, N. Y., by getting two
falls out of three here last night. The
first went to Charleston by means of
a toe hold, while the hammerlock won
for Westergard the second and third
Baltimore, Md Dec. 7. Gu-s Scheen-
14I41ein (Amerirus) last night successfully
1U1!, bj the Sena 1'dtJc ErezuBZ Jourati I'ublishing
(Never sold in bulk)
defended his claim to the light heavy
weight wrestling championship against
Charles Olsen, of Indianapolis, whom
he defeated In two straight falls, the
first in IS minutes and the second In
33 minuses. They wrestled catch as
TRADES 3IINING STOCK
FOR FOUR DAIRY COWS
Alto, N. M., Dec. 7. W. N. High
tcwer has returned from Carrizozo, N.
M. bringing with him four fine graded
dairy cows, which he received in ex
change for mining property.
A. J. Gilmore is hauling lumber
from the Alto sawmill to his farm on
the Rio Ruidoso, N. M., for the purpose
of building a residence.
W. N. High tower has succeeded in
trapping the largest lobo that has ever j
been found in this part of the moun-
u. .i. o. is euiarjfing nis aweuing.
P. Li. Krouse is superintending thf
construction of same.
Fresh in every climate:
cold, wet or dry.
Adapted to every condition:
Rich or poor, sick or well.
Suited to every color: White,
black, red, yellow.
'Used by every age: Childhood,
youth, manhood, old age.
Good at all times: Breakfast,
lunch, dinner, supper.
And in all places : At wonc or
play, by day or night.
- . TT"TT-r J -tilde "" vita !. auAa auenu
AijLfc, UUAL.lll.o ' Hsoul .Bureau drawers, on examiaa-
tion, were empty. Jtfut in. the top
AMBERT was seventeen when th tmaonier drawer six alack ties were
subtle beauties of variegated host aeatiy reposing ana tne drawer be
an n.w.w.flT-.rtrfa-arTiofi rmnn him. I uetin held a lew mack socks.
ww"- .w .... .,
He was tall and lanky and those who
ioved him said his hair was auburn.
Youthful enemies nicknamed lilm
rots" or "Pinky." They Insisted that In
certain lights about nine lights out of
ten there were discernible interesting
Bhade3 cf rose and salmon pink In Lam
lert's hair which needed acknowledg
ment and recognition of some sort.
If he had been a girl Lambert would
ha wilted beneath his hair and shed
f tears and resigned, himself to the tire-
gomt theory of harmony in colcrs. He
would have realized that lavender was
beyond him and that red, so far as iie
was concerned, did not exist. Not fceing
ft sirl and therefore noiamfc tc Uie in
born masculine fcellel that anything he
i vaiued ouht tc be his, .Lambert burst
Into a regular riot oC colors when he
fctarted cut en the downward path of
I jartoria.1 extravagance.
rjiey Stood Por It. '
j His family in time grew accustomed
to seeing him, illumine the house with
the mysterious radiance of lavender
j seeks and purple ties. learned not to
blink when he changed to- violet blue,
ind even grew to bear the various shades
pr crimscn, polka-dotted and otherwise.
With nained Put Vrnlp martvrrtnm R
Lad striped ties and checked ties. Others
. were plaid. If there were any hues of
j preen, yellow, brown, blue, gray, scarlet
, or terra cotta of which he did not pos
ess a sample, with hosiery to match, it
I was because ths salesman had been
, ttricken with paralysis or heart disease
; tn the midst of his session, with JLam
Of course, all this magnificence over
' Bowed the cenflnes cf one chiffonier and
j iloset. Lambert's ties tnd socks eddied
, larough his mother's rccm into his sis
I uared at cne from tdd corners. The en
ure house grew to have a Persian effect
ter"s, glittered in the mending basket and
tecause of the superabundance of Lam
Just Her Brothers.
Sometimes nis mother would sigh and
murmur that she wished Lambert would
take a craze for black and let It go at
that, because her eyes were weakening
tinder the strain, but mainly his family
braced themselves and bore the af
Uiction in silence.
Then cr a sudden they broke up house
beeping and went to live in a hoteL The
laaid who was cleaning their rooms ac
costed Lambert's sister one day. She
bad a large waste basket in each hand.
Una was pacKed tightly with ties, the
other with socks.
-Jdxcuse me, miss," said the maid a3
she ciitcted attention to the baskets,
"but now many men are there in your
"Two my father and brother," said
"And do the two of them, wear all
theser gasped the maid.
"Oh, dear, no;" said Lambert's sister.
Those are just my brother's."
"Good heavens!" squeaked the maid
md dropped both baskets. M thought
Iherc must be a dozen men an' just
une! Just one! Good heavens!"
It took all the spare time of Lambert'
mother and sister to find places for hl
belongings. They piled them neatly and
compactly in bureau drawers. They cov
ered boxes with cretonne, and packed,
them full. They made " embroidered
wings to nang on the walls and All with
Lambert's ties. Still Lambert fussed and
R-orried over the lack of space.
No One Else Had Hoom.
I 'hey took his fifth best belongings Into
their rooms and his sixth best they
packed In trunks in the closets. Nobody
else had room for anything because of
Lambert's ever-present ties and socks, and
a"t..fl'as ways buying more.
"vs a pertect mania!" said his moth
e". "I'm sick to death of it! 1 aon t
Know anything tnat annoys me mo'e, un
less it is his infatuation for that silly
little Himpton girl, who nasn't an ounce
or sense in her head."
"ifci, but consiaer the hair she haa
on it," said Lambert's sister. "The
are simply pounds! Pinky s at the agu
When ties attracted by quantity and
tlieres nothing stingy aoout tne size oX
uenevieve Kimpion's coitture!
Tm atraid ne'll run away with her
ana get married!" moaned Lamoerta
mother. -Boys of nineteen sometimes do
such things, you know! 1 behave its
Because ct .ier that ho bought :aat last
dozen ties ana those particularly hoi rid
boCKa after 1 had distinctly told him X
would not give up to his tnings the uox
rouch wneie 1 ktep my evening gowna!
He'll have to. hang his tie out of the
wmaow, because there s absolutely no
atner place, it s ail that girl!"
Of Course They Liked Her.
--v-icj." uawiio ciu.u..ci xiis family in
tms way one can imagine the snock
iJto experienced wnen one morning
h.s id.it.Aiiy wanuereu into his room
ind xouna it itru:u,eiy caie. Theia
were no ties overflowing everything:
I .-v-rklo 4 a.4 .. - .1
when ne was seized upon oreatmessiy.
"uenevieve says sne cares only for
blacK ties, ants doc t llKe ioua uunys
in a man. Anynow, i was getting
nek of ein! i gave 'em all away!"
-x always xiia luce that UtUa
Uimpto-n girll' v declared lambertM
inotner to ms sister a little later,
"come along and lets spread out our
belongings, now that we've got spac
l can't love her enough."
A MARITAL MISANTHROPE.
"Axe you in tne nuoit of looking fO
"Xon"t have to. I'm. married.
NOT A BAD CHAP AFTER ALL,
Hawke Oh, well, 'Jones isn't such a
bad fellow, after all.
Taylor What makes yoirsay that!
-Well, he wouldn't lend me the ten dol
ors 1 asked him for, but he didn't tak
idvantage of the opportunity to give m
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR NOTICE.
Special -Conclave, El Paso Command
ery No. 18, Thursday, Xov ember 8, 8
p. m. "Order of the Temple"
Edw. "W. Pew, Recorder.
Hot Clara Boumon with salt spray.
Elite Confectionery Co.
We are closing them oat
at less than wholesale
cost. Look at these prices
$2.50 values cnt to $L25
$2.00 values cut to $1.00
$1.25 values cut to 75c
TR DR. CHE HOIv'S VEGETABLE
ity or weakness
of men, women
an d children.
all Skin Disease?,
tarrn. Heart Dis
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tlon or acute
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