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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1910.
F iop pre food
m ante-dating all state k
M and national food laws
I BAKING POWDER j
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B Be on your guard. Alsiia Pow Jm
k ders may be Jcaowia hy tbei? Mm
price 10 or 25c a !!) r
k or one cent aa Mr
1 ounce, r
Four "Lame Ducks" In Politics
OXE KILLED AXD 31
LVJURED IX A WRECK.
Davis. Okla., Dec. 15. One man was
killed and 31 were seriously injured
when three cars of a southbound Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe train were
thrown from a bridge and into the
Washita river, five miles from here,
j'esterday afternoon. The accident was
caused by a broken rail. ,
The smoking- car, the baggage car
and the chair car plunged from the
track 40 feet into the Wnchwo .?,.,,.
i landing bottom side im Tho vno-ir,.
- - x-. ..v, ve,mi i
i um not xoiiow tnem, and the Pullmans
ana tne otner passenger cars kept the
TREATMENT FOR PUPILS.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 15. Steps are be
ing taken by the city council, the
school trustees and the countv super
visors to secure treatment for indigent
school children who are suffering from
Married Life the Second Year
Mabel Herbert Urner On The Morning After
iracnoma. JV "' PwF Wl
BIG NAVY INSURES
Cambridge. Mass., uec. io. m an ad
dress here last night, Col. Theo. Roose
velt declared that the efficiency of the
United States navy and its ability to
guarantee the neutrality of the Panama
canal would add immensely to our prac
tical efficiency as a people in working
"The surest way to render our con
duct in seekintr neace. a subject of de-
rsion and contempt among the nations
of mankind." Col. Roosevelt declare,
"would be to abandon the work of up
building the United States navy and to
refrain from fortifying the Panama
WELCOME JAPANESE FLEET
TO THE PORTS OF MEXICO.
Manzanillo, Mex., Dec. 15. Majs. Es-
tanislao Salas and Enrique Hurtad ot :
the presidential staff, and Is-inta irai,
chancelor of the Japanese legation,
have arrived here from Mexico City
to welcome the Japanese Ilea: and to
invite the admiral ?.nd his men to visit
Gift umbrellas, handsome ones, buy
them at auction. Snyder Jewelry Co.
ELEN awoke with a vague sense i cases. It's only an expense to the gov-
of misery for which at first she eminent"
could not account. What had
happened What was it?
And then came to her the events of
the night before. Warren's home-coming
after midnight, and her detection
of the wine on his breath as he slept.
So he had broken the pledge given
her when their baby was born that
he would never drink again!
She lay .staring dully up at the fig
ures on the wall paper. Should she let
him know that she knew? Or should
she pretend not to know?
Reproaches and accusations would
not "help; they would only embitter him.
But, perhaps, if he thought she did not
know "he had broken faith he might
She dreaded to get up. But she could
hear him moving about his room, and
she knew it always irritated him if she
was not dressed by the timeTie was.
Wearil3 she dragged herself out ot
bed. She met niii iirst coming out cf
'That hot -v"t.cr faucet siill drips. I
thought you were going to have it
"I told the janitor twice," she an
"That man doesn't earn his salt," as
he disappeared into his room. Tm go
ing to report him to the agents."
She hurried through her dressing. So
that was his attitude! He was acting
as though nothing had happened, he
was counting on her not even knowing
that it wa; almost 2 oclock when he
came home. Well, she would try to
keep up her pretense of ignorance. At
breakfast once or twice she glanced at
him swiftly when she could do so un-
oosgrved. Somehow he did not look as
fresh and well groomed as usual. His
eyes "were bloodshot and he frowned as
he read, the paper. She felt that his
appearance of ease and unconscious
ness was assumed with difficulty.
"Walker has been denied a new
trial," he commented at last, as he
laid aside the paper to break his eggs.
"He should have been hung long ago.
There's no sense dragging out those
The. Lie Out.
"Yes, I suppose so," she murmured,
unable to think of anything to say.
Then silence again, a long, awkward
silence which she finally broke with a
"You're not eating anything. Don't
you feel well this morning?"
"Yes, I'm all right," curtly. v
"Did 3'ou sleep well? I guess I must
have been asleep when you came in
what time was it?"
She bit her lip nervously. She hadn't
intended to ask that; the words seemed
to come of "themselves. But now she
waited tensely for his answer.
"About eleven I guess. I didn't look."
It was as though a cold hand had
gripped her heart. Whatever -else had
been his faults, she had always thought
him unflinchingly truthful, that, even
for the sake of peace he would scorn
any small deceptions. But now
If he had beeUj drinking he might not
have known how late it was. Should
shr press him further? Should she test
h'f? truthfulness? Should she ask if he
hW broken his pledge to her? If he
denied that, then sh.e would know!
He kissed her a hurried good-bye
and was soon in the hall; in a moment
he would be gone.
"Come here a moment."
He came to the door.
"Oh nothing now. I I was just
going to ask you to do an errand, but
I guess I'll have to go downtown my- j
She had weakened. She couldn't ask
.him then. She tried to console herself
with the thought that other women's
husbands drank and lied to them and
many of them took It for granted.
She had learned to put up with his
irritability, his selfishness, his lack of
consideration. And she had excused so
much with the thought "at least he
does not lie to me or deceive me in any
And now she must learn to put up
with that, too?
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Ella as Wilcox pinb hIuI'7 t I
HE reason there are sick people, the finger exercises and the scales en
the reason there are poor p-o-1 the piano for a musician; it must be
uone every aay ana several times a uay
pie, the reason there are so many
failures in the tvorld, is simply this:
"Not one person in one hundred per
sistently works toward being well, in
dependent and successful."
TheVe are thousands of people today
reading all the books , written on
metaphysical and" new thought sub
jects. In each and even one of theso
io produce results, and it must be dona
every week and very month for years
to bring satisfactory results.
The Leanon Involved.
Dr. Jean Williams recently said:
Poor breathers are found not only
among the sick of the earth, but also
among the moderately well. .All
books one invariable law is laid down ; chronic invalids are poor breathers, and
Washington, D. C, Dec. 15. Fou r prominent "lame ducka" may receiv e diplomatic appointments. Above ia
senator Beveridge of Indiana; below, from left to right, former vice president Fairbanks of Indiana, senator
Lodge, of Massachusetts, and- Hunting toll Wilson, assistant secretary of state. A general shakeup of the diplomatic
service is said to be scheduled by president Taft for February 1. It is stated that the president will leave prac
tically all the diplomatic selections to secretary Knox and his departmental advisers.
The report that senator Lodge is slated to succeed Whitelaw Reid of New York as ambassador to Great Britain
has been current for some time.
Huntington Wilson will be made ambassador to Turkey, according to the report.
Former vice president C. W. Fai rbanks will garner one xf the ambassadorial plums, and may be named as the
successor of Mr. O'Brien as ambassad or to Japan, although it is understoo d that he prefers to go to Europe.
Senator Beveridge, who is one of the more prominent senatorial lame ducks, as a result of the recent election,
is talked of for a diplomatic appointment, but it is understood that the president has not waxed enihusiastc at the
It is stated now that no changes will be made for the present in the d iplomatic representation at Paris or
I.. C. BARLOW, Mgr.
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Anto. Phoae 1334.
City National Bank
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Critekett & Ferguses
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THE METALS BUYING AND RJEFINING CO.
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210 Saa Francisco St.
Burned Retorts. Etc.
Geld aad Silver Rallies
Deatist Scraps aad Svreeps
Xagriccts aad Geld Daat
Friends Of Abe ' Martin
Kin Hubbard Pictures Them at a Banquet.
At the annual banquet of the Indiana
society at Chicago recently, Kin Hub
bard, the creator of "Abe Martin," drew
caricatures and sketched the lives of
some of Abe's intimate friends from
ABE VEEY POOR;
United States. Has Practic
ally No Protection on
Washington, D. C, Dec. 15. Presi
dent Taft today directed secretary ot
war Dickinson to withhold from con
fer health. No matter how other meth
ods may differ, each and every one of
the teachers of the old-new philosophy
of attaining health insists upon regu
lar, "daily practices of deep breathing.
Not only daily, but semi and trl-dailv
exercises are urged as a foundation for
Yet it is safe to assert that among
it is quite likely that the,y never would
have been invalids if they had been
Now here is the connection between
good breathing and exercise. In order I speech on "Child Labor" of 22 words.
to hp u 9nnrl hron thT it ?c- noracorv!
to have sufficient lung capacity. Suit
able exercise broadens and deepens the
chest, gives free capacity to the lungs
splendid examples of American man
hood that the youth of this country
would do well to emulate. Mr. Plum
was born in 1S45 on a fertile farm in
the Mad river valley near Mingo. Ohio.
Brown county, Indiana, The, Indianap- j After a liberal log school education!
olis News, in which Mr. Hubbard's worki his father slipped him some money and i
appears, reprinted the character sent him to the Miami university at J gress his report on the national de
sketches given by Abe's creator. Among ' Oxford. After leaving that institution J fence, made in answer to a resolution
the most prominent friends of the old l crowned with honors he entered the , adopted by the house of representa
Hoosier philosopher were the following: j Cincinnati law school, where he finished ( tives yesterday, which declined its re
Prof. Harner. , in fine form. With only $2000 to tide ( ceivership in confidence, hence it will
Prof. Clem Harner is the organizer' him over, he was turned adrift at tho j not be sent at all.
and director of the Brown county sil--; age of 30 to do for himself. After! Washington, D. C, Dec. 15. A re
ver cornet band, which plays on tho ' a course in broom making he wandered J port from the war department showing:
slightest provocation, and early in life to Brown county, Indiana, where he , how the country is inadequately pro
traveled with various circuses. He talks worked for some years as a common tected against Invasion from foreign
most entertainingly of having once field hand, playing pool in the evenings governments, was sent to the house
been poisoned on canned corn at Tip- and saving his money. Being of a mod-' Wednesday as a secret document, and
ton, Ind., and of walking home from est disposition, he hoarded his opinions after several conferences and hurried
Albuquerque, N. M. Mr. Harner has and soon gained the reputation of be-j telephone messages, was returned to
also shaken' hands with Bryan twice ing a gentleman of rare ability. After the war department because the house
and during the last campaign he and waiting patiently for an off year he ! could uot receive a secret report.
his band serenaded senator Albert J. was nominated and elected constable, a
Beveridge at his hotel in Vevay, Ind. position he has held many years. So
dn the latter occasion the senator ap- , it will be seen that after battling with
peared on the balcony of the hotel and ! the hardships and vicissitudes of life
dispersed the players with a neat j which are so often the common share
of the worlds celebrities, Mr. Plums
the people who read these laws and ; and better fits them for their impor-
claim to believe In them, not ten in
any thousand persist in this practice.
They breathe deeply when they tnink
of it, which is perhaps once a week,
then when they continue to be anaemic
and sickly, they declare there Is
"tried it and it failed."
But deep breathing 3s like practicing 1
tant task of supplying oxygen to the
bodj- and relieving it of the deadly
When in the fresh air, breathing
deeply, we absorb enough oxygen to
saturate the blood. If we are exercis-
iles Turner. life has been a triumph.
Uncle Niles Turner was 103 years old . During Mr. Plum's many years of ser
last November, and never reported a j vice he has only been thwarted once,
conductor. He retains all his faculties A goat muff was recently stolen from
to a wonderful degree and can read ' the oyster parlor of the Gem restau
the Delphi Journal without the aid j rant. Taking up the scent. Mr. Plum
of spectacles. His memory goes back followed it to the livery stable, where
to the death of Cornwallis. He can j he got confused.
easily recall the hazy September evening
year ago when Charles- Dickens changed
cars at Union City for Sandusky, Ohio,
ing briskly at the same time, we absorb I n via nfton rfor! to th rinvo whon
more oxygen, and are, therefore, just j stiff hats were lined like coffins, and
oj inuii uciiei uii.
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The lungs may be strengthened and
enlarged by the deep conscious breath
ing, and the more conscious one can
make the action the better for lungs
and health. Breathing exercises should
be Indulged in many times 9 day.
Breathe in through the nose and exhale
through the mouth as if blowing or
"Women who desire beauty are seldom
willing to work for results which pro
duce beauty, if this work includes self
denial in the appetites, or persistence
in small things. Deep breathing is a
beautifier; if the breath is retained and
sent throughout the body by the force
of the will, rounded lines and full con
tour and fresh complexion will follow.
It Is precisely the same with people
who desire to succeed in business. They
will not persist in the small things;
they will not continue a certain train
of thought, they will not make their
mental assertions and they will not
keep themselves tuned up to the key in
which success is written.
They will read books on these sub
jects, a.nd proclaim from the house-tops
their knowledge of metaphysical laws;
and then thy will go forth to think
thoughts of worry, of failure, of pov
erty and they will call their failures
the fault of an evil star or else the
will of God. Yet in man alone lies des
tiny, and as he thinketh so he is. This
is the whole truth of life. Copyright,
1910, by the New York Evening Journal
he could have bought the ground where
Indiana's capitol now stands for one
dollar and seventy cents. Mr. Turner
says now that he has lived to see the
Republicans fighting among themselves
he is ready and willing to pass to the
Prof. Alex. Tansey.
Every now and then we meet a fellow
in some honorable walk in life that
was once admitted to the bar, and Prof.
Alex Tansey, the subject of this sketch.
Lafe Bud travels lor a crayon por
trait house and registers from New
York. He is in his 28th year, and has
been married four times, and still uses
perfume and carries a cane. In his
travels Mr. Bud only makes the pump
towns, and is a great favorite with
Members of congress who saw the
document before Its withdrawal, say
the report of secretary Dickinson
points out that the country is wholly
unprepared for war; that there is a
woeful inadequacy of men, guns and
ammunition; that the army should be
I reorganized and that a council of na
tional defense with a secretary of war
at Its head, should be created by con
gress. The report of Gen. Wood, marked
"confidential." dealt with these mat
ters and gave official recognition to
matters that are of more or less com
mon knowledge among army and navy
experts in this country and abroad.
In fact, the real significance of the
document is that it makes official ad
mission of conditions
Plumbing and Heat inj
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that It would cost the United States
a billion dollars."
Beautiful mesh bags buy them at
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Hot Chocolate witTr wnipped cream
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W03IEX FREE AT CRAWFORD.
"The Red Mouse," a new comedy, is
the attraction at the Crawford tonight.
Women will)' be admitted free when ac
companied by the holder of a 35 cent
reserved seat, if purchase is made be
fore 7 tonight.
(Continued From Previous Page.)
WANTED EL PASO TALENT.
Tomorrow (Friday) night is the last
amateur night at the Crawford, and
it's going to be a banner one, Frank
Rich says. More talent is wanted; three
cash prizes are offered.
the light of the flaring fire baskets,
there was a mysterious charm about
the performance which to this day
brings back pleasant memories to tha
men of three score and ten.
MHCb. Hcrelsna and Cevrardice.
Many are the stories of heroism and
of cowardice in moments of stress when
river steamers, laden with sleeping pas
sengers, would strike snags, or burst
suddenly into flame, or come in collis-
ion with oth&r packets on a dark and
foggy night. These are all a pirt o
the romance of the rivers which is rap
idly becoming pioneer history. The
passenger lines of today are infinitely
safer, quicker and nore comfortable
than In the ante-bellum and ante-railroad
days, but the glamor, the pictur
esqueness and the subtle fascination of
uncertainty are gone forever.
Tomorrow The Game of Chess.
The sale of seats for Mary Manner
ing will open Saturday morning at 9
oclock at the Crawford theater.
known among army and navy officers
Gen. Wcod, while not giving vent to
dining room girls and interurban con- " """- . " cuuwueu
ductors. When Mr. Bud is on the road V,aLly fthe Prudence of akin& lmme
he never eats anything but striped ice , J.e action to guard against any pos
cream and assorted cakes, because he J--1" tJ ' rma "rSf
can get boiling meat and succotash at ffll Slai?!L Ll"
T,,Jr ir- -d.,1 ,,.00 ,. m-,. forori nla. tne author of the resolution which
home. Mr. Bud was recently oriereu . ., . .-... ,. i -.ut.
,, c ii-!,.. k. Twtiifiv brought about tho official expositions
r:i:r" V" T" CIV" J r; :",; of the weakness of the military de
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A society-dramatic event of the near
future will be the appearance of the
note'd tragedian. Frederick Warde. in
already well a big scenic revival of Shakspere's
not like coffee and doughnuts.
"A foreign country could land 200,-
000 troops on the Pacific coast
The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of tha
less the danger from pneumonia and
other serious diseases. Mr. B. W. !.
Hall, of Waverly, Ta,, says: "I firmly
believe Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy to
be absolutely the best preparation oh
the market for colds. I have recom
mended it to my friends and they all
agree with me." For sale by all dealers.
is one of the examples. Mr. Tansey i
attended the law school at Ann Arbor, Miss Fawn Lipplncut is a clever reel-1 in 30 days and the only intima
Mich., and was licensed to trim in 190C. tationist and trims her own hats. She tion of troublee would be their blow
After waiting some weeks for business1 Is just roguish enough to buy cbewiFT ing up of the mountain passes thus
to show up he accepted a position to i gum in a cigar store or get a seat on preventing any communication- with
teach school in Browji county. During a Niagara Falls excursion. Miss Lip- the east. In the three states west of j bo one of the most notable events in
the evenings he reads a little medicine; pincut gets her dramatic abjnty hon-Khe Rocky mountains California, Ore- j the theatrical season. The seat sale is
and at vacation time he hanjjs paper, j estlj', as her father tore paper for the gen and Washington we have 3000 1 now on. There will be a special mat-
He also has the exclusive rights for , iirst production of the "Two urpnans regular troops and oOOO state militia- I inee Tuesday at 3 oclock.
popular tragedy, "Julius Caesar," at
the El Paso theater, on Monday and
Tuesdaj', December 19 and 20.
Frederick Warde Is without a doubt
the greatest exponent of the classic
drama on the stage today, and is the
last of a school of players who have
written their names indelibly on the
dramatic pages of history in this
country. "Julius Caesar" is perhaps
the most familiar and interesting of
the great Bard's dramatic writiugs and
permits of a strong cast, as well as a
brilliant scenic production.
Mr. Warde carries a company of 25
players and a carload of special
scenerj. His appearanc6 here should
Brown, Monroe and Bartholomew coun
ties for the Peerless1 Lightning Rod.
"The Slaves of Catarrh," a powerful
melo-drama of American life, is from
the pen of Prof. Tansey.
Abe Martin was born at Roundhead,
Hardin county, Ohio, sometime between
the first and second Seminole war. He
and later wrote some creditable calliope
music. Miss Lippincut says she re
members the music distinctly and that
the notes were as large as walnuts.
"How to Hold Your Husband's Love
Through the Rhubarb Season" is from
the pen of Miss Lippincut, and sho
has also sent a number of recipes to
tho newspapers that show marked lit-
ONE REPUBLICAN WINS.
Tucson, Ariz., Dec 15. The city Dem
ocratic ticket won in the election here
with the exception of George Martin,
who was defeated for councilman by
Walter Wakefield, the only Republi
can who got into office.
The Masons of this city are endeav
oring to raise a guaranteed fund of $G0.
000 before commencing work on a new
got his early education in ap rinting ' erary ability. Miss Lippincut is single
office and played a yellow clarinet in and reconciled.
a band on Johnson s island, Lake Erie,
during the rebellion. After leaving the
service he moved to Brown county, In
diana, where he has since lived with
his wife's folks. Mr. Martin votes
the Democratic ticket for nothing and
doesn't owe any money or belong to
any lodges. He is a student of the
drama also and hasn't missed a film or
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" in over three
years. He eats sardines between the
acts and says that politics is just one
rotten cigar after another. He also
says that it looks like the Union was
preserved so baseball players could go
south to practice. Mr. Martin's son re
cently won a scholarship in a barber's
' Constable Plum.
GEORGE GOULD'S DAUGHTER TO
WED 44YEAROLD BACHELOR.
London, Eng., Dec. 13. The engage
ment is announced of lord Decies and
Miss Vivian Gould, second daughter of
George J. Gould of New York. John
Graham Hope Horseley Beresford, fifth
baron Decies, succeeded to the title a
short time ago through the death of his
brother. He was born December 5,
1S66. and is 44 years old. He is a lieu
tenant colonel of the seventh hussars,
and a member of the Distinguished
Service order. He has fought in many
campaigns, serving against the Mad
Mullah in Somaliland, in the Matabele
war, and in the Boer war. He is a
polo player and a cricketer, and is keen-
Constable Newt Plum is one of the j ly interested in hunting and racing.
The instinct of modesty natural to every woman is often a
great hindrance to the cure of womanly diseases. Women
shrink from the personal questions of the local physician
which seem indelicate. The thought of examination is ab
horrent to them, and so they endure in silence a condition
mi disease which surely progresses from bad to worse.
It has been Dr. PIerces privilege to care a
reat many women who hare found z refuge
tor modesty in his offer ot FREE consults'
tion by letter. 311 correspondence is held
as sacredly confidential, address Dr. S. Y.
Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y.
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