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Wednesday, Dee. 1, 1910.
From Dyspepsia and Stomach
Instantly Relieved and Permanent
ly Cured by Stuart's Dyspep
A New Discovery, But Not a Patent
Dr. Redweil relates an interesting
account of what lie considers a re
rparkable case of acute stomach, trou
ble and chro.'ic ujspepsia by zhe use
of the new discovery. Stuarts Dyspep
waff f hk w B S w fas V i
in politics," declared Bulgin when he
arrived at the Political Cow. "And the
preachers ought to preach it," he ad
ded. "Then El Paso would not be the
f-ame in the future as it has been in
the past. "They tell me you have a
population which is 50 percent Mex
ican. On one side is the saloon and the j
church and on the other the people.
The Mexican will follow the Catholic
priest. Bury your Democracy and Re
publicanism. The Initiative, referendum
and recall is a good thing, and Bul
gin is a good thing. God needs a wind
bag to let these things out."
The Mexican Problem.
Bulgin spoke of- the Mexican prob
lem as beincr El Paso's nroblem. He
said that the Mexicans could not be I
THnArrac 91 i-n TnVo Pjitiot .. blamed, being under a "flag, semi clv-
j. ibugvg i-s. uw j.u.u.vs j. "jfwx ilized." This border town nee
town needs a high
"KTlo-ri-r and T?lPT7Pn in i.hP er standard. Educate the Mexicans and
JNignt ana Eleven m tne , use them as a power for sooa he ad
He says: "The patient was a man
"who had suffered, to my knowledge,
for years with dyspepsia. Everything
he ate seemed to sour and create
gases in the stomach. He had pains
like rheumatism In the back7 shoulder
blades and limbs, fullness and dis
tress after eating, poor appetite and
loss of flesh; the heart became affected.
causing palpitation and sleeplessness )
I gave him powerful nerve tonics
and blood remedies, bu to no purpose.
As an experiment I finally bought a.
50 cent package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets at a drjg store and gave
them to him Almost Immediate 're
lief was given l- d a ter ne had used
four boxes he was i at' appearances
"There was no more acidity or sour,
watery risings, no bloating after meals,
the appetite was vigorous and he has
gained between 10 and 12 pounds in
"weight of solid, healthy flesh.
"Although Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets are advertised and sold in drug
stores, yet I consider them a. most val
uable addition to any physician's line
of remedies, as they are perfectly
taarmless and can be given to childrm
or invalids or In any condition of the
stomach with perfect safety, being
harmless and containing nothing but
fruit and vegetable essences, pure pep
sin and Golden Seal.
"Without any question they are the
safest, most effective cure for indiges
tion, biliousness, constipaLion and alf
derangements of tne stoma ih. however
slight or severe.'' t
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SAYS ALL MUST
G-ET IN POLITICS
. Evangelist Bulgin talked circulation
at Tuesday night's meeting in the
tabernacle. Hearing that two subscrip
tions to The Herald had been stopped
because of the publication of Bulgin's
address on Christian Science, the
evangelist asked his hearers for 10
times that many subscriptions. "With
out any hesitation 21 persons stood up,
pledging themselves to subscribe. At
the afternoon meeting 11 made pledges.
Besides the ban being tightened on
the devil at last night's meeting, the
oficial kibosh was pasted on the dog.
During a musical number one small
dog "also sang," and the voice was
not in harmony. So George L. Rose,
musical director, asked that no more
family dogs be "brought to church."
"Bring all the babies," he said, "but
leave the dogs at home. This interrup
tion has occurred before."
Preaching for Money.
Denial that the evangelist had come
under promise of a bonus was made
by Rev. Frank W. Otto. "This ru
mor is a lie, and a concoction of the
devil," he said. Also the evangelist
said that an effort was being made to
tear down the tabernacle. It was ex
plained that a small portion of 'the
building was on city property, where
the city -wanted to build a sidewalk.
"They do so much talking about
preaching for money," said Bulgin.
"But they will pay the lawyer and pav
Parable of Seven Cows.
The evangelist preached on tne par
able of the seven lean cows and the
seven -fat cows, Pharos dream. "I be
lieve in dreams," said the speaker,
"that is I believe people have dreams.
Dreams may come from God, and may
come from a disarranged stomach.
How closely good is associated with
bad, in the same meadow! It is the
same all through life."
Bulgin named each of the fat cows,
starting with the Business Cow. and
saying much of hopefulness for the
age of progress. Next he landedj on
the Cow of Avarice. He said the great
sin of the nation -was human selfish
ness. Right there the speaker rapped
Harriman and praised Roosevelt. '
Man "Who Defends Gambling.
Speaking- of children, he said: "Ev
ery little boy is somebody's little boy,
and you who defend gambling and the
saloon for business reasons are dirtier
than the gambler and the saloonkeep
er." "A fool can make money, and itrrakes
no character to become a millionaire,"
he said in dwelling on the -Ambitious
"Get Into Politic."
Every Christian man ought to get
"LITTLE MINISTER' CRAWFORD.
For the last time tonight, the Craw
ford offers "The Little Minister," the
play made famous by Maude Adams,
.'""rices are 15c,. 25c and 35c.
Thursday night "The Great Divide"
will be given; Sunday matinee. "Ten
Nights In .'a Barroom;" for Thursday of
"ext week, and for Sunday, Dec. IS,
Elinor Glyn's "Three Weeks." This
will be the last appearance of the
Glass-Gagnon combination ih El Paso.
VAUDEVILLE AT MAJESTIC.
A fri-eat bill at the 2Iajestlc, start
ing Thursday, December 8. is prom
ised by manager Rich. Here it is:
Claus and Radcliffek Madelin 'Roe and
Claud Kelly. Geo. Trump, Rogers and
Marvin. Smiley and Walker, and the
pictures, making the strongest vaude
ville bill ever seen in the city, he says,
at popular prices. There -will be two
shows nightly 7:30' and 8:45. The
jrices will be 10 and 20c.
"MAX OF THE HOUR."
Seats go on sale Friday morning at
9 oclock at the Crawford theater for
"The Man of the Hour," which cornea
to the El Paso theater Sunday night.
OF CHINESE ON BORDER.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 7. The first
of what promises to be a series of
changes in the immigration officials
along the Mexican border became
known when Charles T. Connell, an
inspector at Tucson, Arizona, was ap
3'ointed to take charge of the district
with headquarters at Dos Angeles, Cal.,
in place of A. C. Ridgeway.
Assistant secretary Cable, of the de
partment of commerce and labor, who
has been giving personal attention to
the allegations of smuggling of Chin
nese acrooss the Mexican border, has
come to the conclusion that an illicit
traffic exists there, and a reorganiza
tion of the system in that territory
Mr. Cable declares that Ridgeway's
resignatipn is on account of ill healthj
WATCH THE DATE ON THE YELLOW
Mail subscribers should watch the
date which follows their name on the
yellow label pasted on the wrapper or
first page of their paper. The date
there shows when the subscription ex
pires. When a remittance on subscrip
tion is made, this date is changed. If it
Is not changed soon after remittance,
allowing, of course, a reasonable time
to reach El Paso, the subscriber should
call the attention of this office to the
oversight. By doingso when the .matter
is fresh in the minds of all concerned all
further trouble and Inconvenience will
HERO IS BVMED
IN SNOW BY
Body of Gen. Merritt Laid
to Kest in Storm Had
West Point, N. Y., Dec 7. The body
of Maj. Gen. Wesley Merritt, U. S. A.,
retired, 21st superintendent of the
United States military academy, was
buried here last night by lamplight
with trie military honors of his rank.
His body was laid beside that of his
first wife in the military reservation
cemetery. The special car bringing the
body from Washington was delayed by
the storm and the hour- was so late it
was deemed best to make the cere
monies as brief as the due dignities
The fife and drum corps, followed
by the cadet corps, fell in at the front
on the appearance of the coffin. The
fifers' breath froze on their instru
ments as they shrrilled the slow meas
ures of the dead march. Behind them
clanked the escorting battery. Then
came the coffin, draped In the colors,
followed by the pallbearers, mourners
and attending civilians.
As the long procession moved through
the darkness, the flash of the minute
gun glared for an instant across the
shrouded fields and the dull jar of the
.report sounded solemnly across the riv
er. Thirteen guns were fired.
Lanterns guided the procession to the
grave, and there, while the riourners
stood bareheaded in tse snow, the cof
stood bareheaded in the snow, the cof-
Gen. Merritt was six times breveted
in the volunteer service and the regu
lar army for gallantry and meritorious
conduct on the field of battle during
the civil war.
He was mustered out in 1866 with
the rank of major general, and took
rank in the regular army as lieutenant
colonel. In 1876 as a colonel he saw
service in the Indian campaigns at Slim
Butte, S. D.. and at Indian Creek, Wyo."
From 1882 to 1887 he was superintejyl-;
ent at West Point, when he was pro
moted to be brigadier general, U. S. A.
In 18S5 he was made a major general.
He commanded the first American
army in the Philippines. He was twice
married and a widow survives.
Gen. Merritt graduated at West Point
in I860, just in time to go in training
for the great events in which he was
so soon to engage. He was assigned
to the second dragoons and at once
attracted the attention of Col. Philip
St. George Cooke, with whom he served
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NEW CHAXGES IX LAWS i imperative for the priests to prepare
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. ' children so they may receive the first
New York, Dec. 7. Changes in the I sacrament "upon attaining the age of
reason," which is seven and in some
ecclesiastical law of the Doman Cath
olic church, as promulgated by pope
Pius X, are announced.
The most Important decree takes
from the bishop or archbisftop of a
as aide until the close of the peninsular I icese or archdiocese the power to re- I
campaign, when Gen. Cooke left the
army in disgust-
Merritt remained with Stoneman and
took part in the Richmond raid in 1863,
-in which he commanded several raid
ing parties, but his great chance came
at the battle of Beverley Ford, where,
as commander of a regiment, he led a
brilliant charge against Stuart's cav
alry, and. as a recognition, was made
a brigadier general.
From then on Gen. Merritt's advance
ment was rapid. He was one of thei
three officers appointed by Gen. Grant
to carry out the terms of the Appoma
tox treaty? " "
At the close of the war, Merritt "was
racrrr T-fpre ttat tne nnwpr f
:.:-, ...,, . ,.v, ," .-i constitutional convention
jl icaiutai iyiin.il imi n ii.il cue uc
amatione parochi," which consists . of
six priests besides the archbishop.
Reasons for the removal of a pastor
have been decided upon by the con
sistorial congregation at Rome as fol
lows: Perpetual inasnity, such unfitness or
ignorance as renders him incapable of
performing his duties, permanent phys- j
ji.ii ui iinuiAi iiiiiiiiiikico, tuc aiiuiiuo-
ity of tne people when it renders his
work useless and Is likely to continue,
loss of reputation, a hidden crime, bad
administration, -gross neglect continued
after warnings, and disobedience to
ARIZONA RETAINS "RECALL
OF JUDGES" PROVISIOX.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 7. when the
J over half of the constitution for the
i new state of Arizona had been finally
A last attempt by the conservative
members to secure exemption from the
recall of judges, like all previous at
tacks on the recall, failed by an over
whelming vote. The belief is ex
pressed that the president will not
approve a constitution embodying the
! recall of the judiciary.
8 years old. He had risen from cap- j the bishop if continued after one or
tain to major general and commander
"of 10,000 cavalry in 'two years.
Up and down -.the. Shenandoah-valley
and from the wilderness to the Appo
matox, his name is written in the his
tory of every battle. It was at Win
chester, when his charge against
Breckenridge's division drew the re
mark from Sheridan, "I claim nothing
for myself; my v boys; Merritt and Cus
ter did it all."
After the civil war. Gen. Merritt
served for many years on . the frontier '
in Indian campaigns. In these he exe-
cuted -what has since become a historic i
march from Rawlins to Milk Creek.
Colo., covering with his command 17J
miles in 66 hours without losing a man
or horse. He was going to 'the relief
of Maj. Thornburg, who was attacked
by Ute indians. His later service in the.
capture of Manila is well known.
Another change announced makes it
REALTY COMPAXY TO MOVE.
The Matrnews-Champlin Realty com
pany, now located in the Austin & Marr
building on Stanton street, is arranging
to move to the' Reckhart building on
San Francisco street.
Two Of the Largest
Whales Ever Captured
r iku y$ $4".
TpHE people of England are about to tell the world, through
the medium of a general election, whether or not they really
do "dearly love a lord." The elections in December will de
cide the fate of the House of Lords, the 'only remaining legisla
' tive body in the English-speaking world whose power is based
solely upon the accident of birth.
If the Liberals win, the House of Lords will" be virtually
abolished as far as its law-making power is concerned.
If the Conservatives win, the House of Lords will be "re
formed," but the aristocracy still will dominate it and its powers
will be extended.
If the Liberals win, Ireland will have Home Rule, Wales
will have a free church, England will have free common schools
under state control, and the 'British democracy will be com
pletely triumphant over die English aristocracy after a thousand
years of fighting.
If the Conservatives win, things will go on
much as they are, except that the British Lion
will roar in a more imperial fashion.
Every reader will be intensely interested in
' the series of articles by FREDERIC J. HASKIN.
in this newspaper, which will explain from day
to day the real significance of the cable dis
patches from London telling the results of
the pollings. I he articles will
begin their daily appearance on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER &
SWEDISH WEST INDIES
"WOULD BECOME AMERICAN".
Copenhagen. Denmark, Dec. 7. The
agitation of the sale of the" Swedish
West Indies to the United States ha3
been renewed by- the Islanders and
Tuesday the government received an
address in which petitioners ask that
negotiations to that end be opened. The
cabinet is not likely to take the ini
tiative in the matter, because although
the ministers are not particularly op
posed to such a sale, the government
is taking no chances of a rebuff.
SECOND LIFE SENTENCE
FOR THE SAME MURDER.
Globe, Ariz., Dec. 7. Murder in the
first degree and a sentence of life im- j
prisonment was the verdict rendered J
by the jurj' last night in the case of j
William Stewart, charged with the j
killing of Fred Klbbe. Kibbe and Al
fred Hillpot, Globe business men, were
murdered September 12 while on a
hunting trip, and a verdict the same
as that of Inst night was brought in
last week in the case of John B. Good
win, alias Steele.
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Photographs of two of the largest whales ever caught and the skeletons of which will be mounted ana placed
in the Museum of Natural History, New York. Above is a picture of a 70-foot Fin Back captured by professor
Andrews in North Mapan'and below Mr. Andrews can be seen standing by the head of one of his prize catches, a 60
foot sperm whale. This whale weighed .75 tons, the head alone tipping the beam at 26 tons.
After a journey covering more than 38,000 miles in 'search of specimens of the whale family, Roy C. Andrews, of
the Museum of Natural History, returned to New York recently with skeletons of eight of the largest whales and
porpoises ever taken. This is tne largest collection ever brought to the United States by a single expedition".
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