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I. PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dec. 15, 1910-
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At an Expendi
ture of Over
B Bi rrt ram .
Every modern coiiireryeiice, telephones, steam
heat, hot and cold running water, electric
light arid gas in every room, Two new Otis
electric elevators. The furnishings are as
complete and up-to-date as the classiest
hotels of the East.
Combination Sample and Bed Rooms for the Commercial Traveler
P isisiaiMSs i is I lm
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Orndorff Hotel Co., Props.
urt Orndorff, V. Pres. and Mgr
out New Year's
CHAIR FOR CRIPPLED BOY.
The chair for little crippled Leon
ardo Atalejo, for whom contributions
were asked by the "Woman's Charify.
has been ordered and little Leonardo
will have it for his Christmas. He
is a crippled little fellow and his
wheeled chair is a Santa Clans pres
ent from several generous hearted El
ISO NIGHT SESSIONS.
Tucson, Ariz. Dec. 15 Judge Fletcher
M. Doan has established a new custom
in the district court here by discon
tinuing night sessions.
BADG-ER GAME IS
BROKEN BY POLICE
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of a trouble
some case of
eczema by Im
It's a clean,
penet rat i n g
Ask any gqod i
Man Is "Caught" in Room
"With. "Woman and Porced
to Pay Husband.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 15. A darinsj
and sensational "badger game" has
been unearthed by the "Washington po
lice, resulting in the arrest of Mrs.
James B. Knott, a handsome young
woman; her husband, his brother, Ben
jamin, 32 years old, and Alton Arm
strong, 20 years old. All are under
the charge of blackmailing, except
j Benj. K. Knott, who is under $1000
i bond to appear as a witness.
IThe complainant in the case is Henry
Rosenthal, senior member of a mer-'
cantile firm in this city. Rosenthal
n TV A 1c
1 worth, a prom- j alleges, and the alleged
manufactured omy by i edy. Why suf
fer longer? Get
a bottle from
Food Fermenting in Stomach
Causes a Rank Condition.
When you have indigestion your food
sours; many times it actually rots and
forms gases that poison the blood.
Take 3U-0-NA stomach tablets if
you want to change your bad stomach
into a healthy, clean one.
MI-O-NA is the "best prescription for
upset stomach and indigestion ever
written. No matter how miserable
your stomach feels, MI-O-NA stomach
tablets give immediate relief.
Take MI-O-NA tablets if you want to
which arev guaranteed to cure indiges
tion, and rid yourself of dizziness,
biliousness, nervous or sick headache,
or money back.
Ask Kelly & Pollard.
Take MIO-NA tablets if you want to
make your stomach so strong that it
will digest the heartiest meal without
made to the police by two of he men
arrested confirms his statements, that
he was surprised in the room of Mrs.
Knott, in one of the most fashionabld
apartment houses of the city, by her
husband, who presented a revolver to
his head and demanded that, under pain
of death, he sign a check for $5000.
Under the persuasion of the weapon,
Knott thereupon exhibited photo
graphs of Rosenthal and Mrs. Knott
that had been taken in her room. The
police found a brilliant mercury light
suspended above the bed In the apart
ment and a hole in the wall, separating
it from an adjoining room, through
which the pictures had been taken.
At this stage in the proceedings.
Armstrong and Benjamin Knott en
tered the room, and, according to Ro
senthal, became parties to the plan to
force him to pay his way out of the
difficulty- in which he found himself.
Rosenthal told the story of the affair
to his partner, who arranged for a coup
by the police. He told Rosenthal to
arrange with Knott to call at the store
to receive $2000, which Rosenthal told
Knott was all that he would be able to
pay in cancelation of the $5000 check.
When Knott appeared, a detective was
on hand, heard the conversation be
tween Knott and Rosenthal and the ar
Porter Chartlon and the Wife He Murdered
Young Man Makes Hard
Fight To Prevent Ex
NEW BISHOP FOR THE
Waco, Tex., Dec. 15. Rev. Edward
Arthur Temple, rector of St. Paul's
Protestant Episcopal church here for
six years, was this morning consecrated
bishop of the North Texas missionary
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ceremony was conducted by bishop D.
S. Tuttle, presiding bishop of the
United States, and bishop of Missouri.
Temple is 41 and the youngest bishop
in the church.
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TWO SUPRE3IE COURT
JUDGES O. Iv.'D BY SENATE.
Washinfrton. D. C. "Dpo. i t.v. o,
retrace one! fiiT-n?3Vi -rnri nlean. nu- .' r.. ju: u.x. ., ,
.iot.. ...?, "" ...-...... D , , i cn.G juixivjiiii uuiiimiLLet) xoaay re-
tritious blood making elements to the
Take MI-O-NA tablets, one. or two
with or after eaohi meal, if you want to
get rid of that drowsy, tired out feeling.
Fifty cents a box at Kelly & Pollard
or leading druggists everywhere.
"I was bothered for years with stom
ach trouble and gastritis. Food laid like
lead in stomach and fermented, causing
gas to form. This caused a pressure on
my heart, so that I choked and gasped
for breath, and thought my tune had
come. MI-O-NA cured me after I had
doctored without success." Wm. V.
Mathews, Bloomington, Ind., 1910.
ferred the president's five appointments
j of the court of commerce judges to a
subcommittee for Investigation. Im
mediate confirmation of Willis Vande
vanter, of Wyoming, and Joseph R.
Lamar, of Georgia, as supreme court
judges, was recommended by the committee.
Porter Charlton and 3Iary Scott Castle Charlton, Iris 'American wife, Tvfcom he slew at Lake Como, Italy. Sec
retary Knox recently announced that the Italian-grovernments demand for Charlton, the self-confessed, murderer,
would-ho srranted. He has been a prisoner in Hoboken, N. J., ever since he was arrested as he stepped from the
liner Princess Irene on June 24, 14 days after the finding; of the trunk containing: the body of the murdered bride of
three months. The ruling: of the state department at Washington ends a 'flgbt of six months by powerful friends
of the yonngr man to prevent his extradition and his only recourse now Is an appeal to the supreme court to reversa
the rnllnsr of the committing: magistrate against the taking of testimony to prove Insanity. -
WANTS TO BE SPEAKER.
Sherman, Tex. .Dec. 15. Teff Cox, 1 of records and seal, J. F. Young; mas
ate reDresentativft from "Rnr.LrTT.iiii ! . -n,i- -.. -v - ..
FAR3IINGTON LODGES ELECT;
NEW RAILROAD IS PROMISED
Farmlngton, N. M., Dec. 15. Camp
14,590, Modern Woodmen of America,
has elected the following officers for
the ensuing year: Venerable consul,
W. W. Glerhart; worthy adviser, A.
A. Durnell; banker, H. A. Graham;
clerk, E. B. Holmes; escort, Frank
Nickel; watchman, Bert McJunkin;
sentry, Emmet Walling; manager, E.
The Knights of Pythias has elected
its officers for the next six months, as
follows: Chancellor commander, G. S.
Wilhoitte; vice chancellor, H. R. El
liott; prelate, E. T. Brown: keeper
state representative from Rockwell j ter of work, George N. Green; master
county. Is here today in the interest of ' of finance, R. P. Hopkins; master of
his candidacy for the speakership of j exchequer, Dr. Smith; master at arms,
the house. He says all indications are iX.. P. Kennedy: innpr e-narri Stwrt
j Rice; outer guard, Charles Ballreich; J
1 that he will wio-
trustee for three years, George Doak.
The lodge also decided to give a se
ries of dances in the near future and
committees were appointed to make
arrangements and issue invitations.
Late advices from W. W. Wanna
raaker who is promoting a new rail
road from Springer, N. M., to Farm
lngton, by way of Cimmaron, Taos,
thence through Utah and Nevada to
the Pacific, says that the engineering
corps will be in the field this week and
the matter of preliminary survey push
Adelbert Miller and Miss Mattie
Pierce were married by Rev. R. U.
Waldraven, and James Pierce and Miss
Mattie Howard were married by Rev.
D. F. Bundey. All four of these young
people are prominent in Farmingtoa
Local talent will stage a play entitled
"Mr. Bob," on Tuesday next. The same
players realized $125 from the last
play presented a few weeks ago. Some
talk is indulged in of playing in Du
rango during the, winter.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD MAN DIES.
Atlanta, Ga., Dec 15. Major John
F. Hanson, president of the Central
of Georgia railroad, and one, of the
best known railroad officials in the
south, died here this morning of .heart
MEASLES CLOSE SCHOOLS.
Douglas, Ariz., Dec. 15. Prevalence
of measles has caused the closing of
the Douglas public schools.
Forms Motorcycle Squad.
Mexico City, D. F., Dec. 15. Governor
Landa y Escandon has organized a
squad of motorcycle police to stop the
speeding of automobiles i nthls city.
THREE BOATS IN
One Sinks; Only One Life Is
. Lost; Accidents in Har
bor of Seattle.
Seattle, Wash., Dec. 15. One life was
lost and the Sound steamer Kitsap and
tne launcn Columbia were sunk as a
result of two collisions in the Seattle
harbor late yesterday, involving the Co
lumbia, the Kitsap and the stedl steam
ship Indianapolis. The man who lost
his life was A. P. Venen. nephew of
Charles V. Piper, the distinguished bot
anist of the department of agriculture
at Washington. None of the 30 passen
gers on the Kitsap -was injured.
The accidents are attributed to the
heavy fog which has hung over the en
tire sound country for two days. The i
first accident occurred just as the Kit
sap left her berth. The fog was so
thick that objects could not be distin
guished a boatlength away.
Before the Kitsap could be stopped,
the Columbia, which suddenly appeared.
was run down, enen was lost. The
only other person on the Columbia was
Capt. Eustis, herowner. He was picked
up by the Kitsap. After the Kitsap
landed Eustis. she again put out into
the stream and started across the bay.
She was barely 300 yards from the I
wharf when the steel steamship Indi
anapolis from Tacoma bore down upon
her port bow. The Indianapolis poked
her sharp prow into the side of the Kit
sap's wooden hull a little forward of
amiasnips. xne hundreds of passen-
n-n-c .. V.. T.J!.. II- , I
8"o uh luc muMiwjiuiis were inrown
into a panic, but were soon quieted.
The boats were together several min
utes, and the passengers and cren- of
the Kitsap were transferred directly
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Twenty minutes after the collision the
Kitsap pulled away from the Indianap
olis, gave a lurch and went down In 150
feet of water.
While the Indianapolis was creeping j
to 'her dock with the Kitsap's Dassen-
gers. the West Seattle ferry loomed out
of the fog just ahead, and only by a
hair's breadth did she avoid a collision.
X5ARCIA TO BE SENT
TO OLD MEXICO.
Bisbee. Ariz., Dec. 15. Manuel J. Gar
cia, the Mexican postmaster who has
been held for extradition to Mexico on
a charge of embezzling funds of the
postoffice, made no defence and stated
that he would willingly return to his
native country. He will be confined In
the local county jail pending the ar
rival of extradition papers from Wash
ington. McCullough's for the Xmas candy.
IS THE ONLY EMULSION
If there was any other
Emulsion as good as SCOTT'S,
SCOTT'S would not be the
only one Imitated.
For thipty-f ive years it has
been the standard remedy for
Coughs. Colds. Loss of
Flesh. Anemia. "Bronchitis
Be sure to get SCOTT'S; every
bottle of it is guaranteed and backed by
a world-wide reputation.
It Is Possible to Reduce
Flesh Without Diet
mg or Exercise.
It is rrot only possible but beinc flon
everywhere. Exercise, unless carefully
-superintended by a physician and ex
pert Athletic Director, may easily do a
deal of harm to the great overburdened
fleshy body. The untutored fat man
and woman determined to get thin are
only too likely to -overstrain their fat
encumbered muscles by their awkward
ill-advised gymnastics, and so cause
nerve and muscle troubles that may de
velop into something far worse than a
little too much flesh. Same way with
dieting. Starvation is certainly effect
ive if kept up long and faithfully
enough, but it is almost certain to in
jure the nutritive process and so
weaken the patient constitutionally,
while it is abominable torture, of:
course, especially to a good-natured,
high-living, fleshy man or woman.
Fortunately neither dieting nor ex
ercising are required or desirable if
one uses the right remedy for reducing;
far, and strange to say. the remedy is a
rimple, wholesome home mixture, the
ingredients of which are-obtainable at
any drug store for a few cents. This
mixture is as follows: oz. Marmola,
oz. Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic,
3 ozs. Peppermint Water, and the
proper amount to take is one teaspoon
ful after meals and at bedtime. This
mixture takes the fat off rapidly but
naturally, so that no wrinkles are
formed and no harm is done to the
stomach, as is so frequently the case
witn- "Patent" or "secret" advertised
WHOOPING COUGH CROUP
BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS
A simple, saie aad efecuc treataeat far orw
cMal troubles, without dosing the Kosiaea with
drug. Used with success for thirty years.
The air rendered ttronzly satiieptlc, iaspired
with every breath, mikes breathing easy, teethes
the sore throat, and stops the coaga, assuring rest
ful nights. Cresolene is invaluable to matters
with young children and a c ta sBfieren fteat
Send us postal for descriptive booklet.
Try Cresoleae Anti
septic Throat Tablets
for the irritated throat.
They are slapla, elect
ive and andseptic Of
ioc in sumps.
Yapo Cresolene Co.
62 Cortlasdi St., N. Y.