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8 Thursday, Dec. 15,
wisely directed, Thrill cause her to
give to her little ones only the most
wholesome and beneficial remedies
and only -when actuall' needed, and
the well-informed mother uses only
the pleasant and gentle laxative jem
edv -Syrup of Pigs and Elixir of
Senna when a laxativeis required,
as it is wholly free from all objec
tionable substances. To get its ben
eficial effects always buy the genu
ine, manufactured by the California
Kg Syrup Co.
Where the King Cannot Go.
The king of England labors under
one curious disability. He may not
listen, to a debate in the house of com
mons. Admission to the legislative
chamber, which is open to his lowliest
subject, is denied to the sovereign. The
king is the head of parliament Ac
cording to the theory of the constitu
tion, his majesty summons parliament
to meet in order that it might advise
him in the government of the realm.
Indeed; he is supposed theoretically to
preside over its deliberations, yet it
has come to pass that the actual pres
ence of the sovereign in parliament,
except on ceremonial occasions, would
now be regarded as unconstitutional.
He only attends in the house of lords
to open parliament, to give the royal
assent to bills which have passed both
houses or to prorogue parliament at
the end of the session. Does It not
teem an extraordinary thin$, asks the
Grand Magazine, to say that Queen
Victoria, during the course of her long
reign of sixty-three years, was never
in the house of commons? Not once
was it given to that conscientious mon
arch to see "her faithful commons" at
Mining Coal Beneath the Sea.
"Digging dusky diamonds underneath
the sea" are the miners of Cape Breton
Island, N. S where coal is taken from
beneath the waves 5,800 feet from the
ehore line. At this point in the Prin
cess mine the overhead cover is 1,140
feet in thickness of strata, which have
thirty-three to forty feet of water
above them. The undersea workings
in the mine cover 1,620 acres. Mining
is done by what is known as the bore
and pillar system. It was begun in
1377 under an overhead cover at the
shore line of 690 feet No sea water
has yet found its way into the. work
ings as a result of removing the pillars
owing to the presence of superincum
bent strata of fire clay of a total thick
ness of 'thirty-nine feet and numer
ous beds of shale. The seam of the
Princess mine averages about six feet
in thickness, and the coal is or" an px
OFFICIALS ARE IX CITY.
""w. TV. Atterbury, fifth vice presi
dent of the Pennsylvania railway" sys
tem, and his party arrived in El Paso
"Wednesday. He is the guest of H.
Newman of the Newman Investment
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PROBED BY JURIES
Lee Bus, Chinese, Adjudged
Insane Charge Against
Eodriguez Sot Sus
tained. Lee Bus, a Chinaman formerly em
ployed at the home of H. S. Beach,
1716 Myrtle avenue, hut detained in the
county Jail for the past four mouths,
was adjudged insane by a Jury late
Wednesday afternoon. It is probable
that he will be sent to the insane asy
lum. The jury in the case held its
session at the jail. Bus complains that
his head hurts, that he hears noises
and that several men are after him.
Tie iurv also inquired into the san
ity of Berado Rodriguez, whose wife
alleged he Is insane. The jury failed,
to confirm any suspicions. Rodriguez
was injured on' the head by a cavein
a year ago, necessitating the removal
of part of his skull.
Leonora Acunas. a Mexican -woman
arrested a week ago on a charge of
lunacy, was delivered to Immigration
authorities. She will be returned to
her home in Juarez.
"CRUELTY TO DOG.
Fitzgerald Moor, one of the wealth
iest property owners in El Paso, -will
be given a hearing in police court
Thursday afternoon on a charge of
cruelty to animals. Moor is alleged to
have swept a small dog off his front
porch with a broom. The dog, it is
claimed, died as a result of its Injuries.
Detective George Herold and chief
Armstrong, of the fire department,
have been summoned as witnesses. '
XEGRO "WEAVER MAKES BOXD,
Charles Weaver, the negro fined. $200
in police court on a vagrancy charge,
has given a $400 bond for his appeal
and has been released. He was con
nected by the police "with working the
notorious padlock game in Juarez.
Man and Money.
John Selden in his "table talks said:
"Money makes a man laugh. A blind
fiddler playing to a company, and play
ing poorly, caused the people for whom
he was making music to laugh at him.
His boy, who led him, perceiving this,
cried out, 'Father, let us be gone, for
they do nothing but laugh at you.'
'Hold thy peace, boy,' said the father.
TVe shall have their money soon, anil
then we will laugh at them.'
"Euclid "was beaten for teaching hi1?
pupils a mathematical figure in his
school, whereby he showed that all
the lives of both princes and common
men tended to one center viz, that of
handsomely getting money out of oth
er men's pockets and putting It In
"Have you made up your mind just
what qualities youv expect to find In a
husband?" asked the matron.
"Why, of course," answered the
"Too bad," commented the matron,
with a sigh. ygg
"Why do you say that?" Remanded
"Oh, I hate to see young girls disap-
pointed." nnwprofl he matron.
A daily short story every day in The
Herald; also the serial.
A DOLLAR IF ) TaDOilaRI I) 0UT OF 1
xouFiNDir-l ' ' f(x,v'MBoTl- P m
l'lL BE BACjcjJ ( jf -S fp
HE TOLD ME lAVy 'WAN- SES IDE'S, Tou DON'T NEED
rn nun ,tT rou C0jS)tiT I A OOLUKfL AND I DO!.
vhNP ITj JH LIFT THESE --
BY n- way A ( nne i I was onet fooling, .
WHAT ARE I PROFESSORS (1- j BOY.-TOU GO ahead
WE LOOKING FOR. PT RATTLESNAKE , I W FIND IT I I
- - -I ICRAXNLEDIN l 7k "
y : .( y
1910. by the few Xor ETealcg Joaxsal Publlshlnc Compaay.l
- IN TWO PLACES
Witv. two stab i wounds penetrating
his left lung, -one on the back and the
otner on the side, incidentally several
other usrlv slashes . on the arms and
shoulders, Juan Guzman is detained at j
the police station. I
He was arrested Wednesday night at i
10th and Oregon streets in a maudlin
condition by officer Rodriguez, but un
til Thursday morning refused to dis
cuss the affair. Thursday he stated
that he had been stabbed in a fight in
a saloon at Ninth and Oregon streets,
but was unable to name his assailants.
The wounded man Is being cared for
by Lr. A. H. Butler, assistant city
physician. When the wounds were
dressed air .blubbers from the "right
lung were plainly discernible, coming
from the wound in the back.
SAFE IS BLOWN AT
BELEN, NEW MEXICO
"Prepare for safe blowers and rob
bers," was the advice given Thursday
Tr,nminr hv the nolice. following the
receipt of a telegram from Belen, N.
M., stating that yeggmen Wednesday
night cracked the safe of the John
Becker company and escaped. The men
are believed to be headed toward El
Paso. No description of the safe blow
ers, who are stated in the telegram
to be experts, was given.
Hot Clam Bouillon w:tn salt sprays
Elite Confectionery Co.
Judge A M. Walthall, Presiding.
T. M. Dockery vs. Richard Keays,
suit on $1000 note, on trial.
t. v.. T.iimblev vs. T. & P. railway,
suit filed asking damages on cattle
J. R. Harper, Presiding.
A. H. Richards vs. Richards Jewelry
company, application for receiver, J.
F. Primm appointed and instructed to
?Ivp S40.000 bond.
Francisco Apodaca, indicted on a.
oliarcrft of murder in connection with
the death of C. C. Carplo, former con
stable at Socorro, bond placed at $iuuu,
which was given.
Judffe A. S. J. Eylnr, Presiding:.
"RctntA nf Alhert Pozll. allesred to be
mentally unbalanced, H. M. Andreas
anointed receiver to conduct dry goods
establishment on South El Paso street.
Pozil is now a patient in Hotel Uieu.
Toilet articles for gifts buy at Sny
der .Jewelry Co.'s auction.
TR. C. TV. KUTTS INJURED
IX FALL FR03I HIS BUGGY.
"With the left side of his collarbone
broken, Ir. "W. C. Klutts, 640 Stewart
street, is a patient in his own home.
The accident occurred Thursday morn
ine at his stable, when Dr. Klutts
lost his balance while climbing into
his buggy and fell. Dr. J. A. Raw
lings reduced the fracture.
x W "Ward, superintendent of the
Texas & Pacific at Big Springs, is a
visitor in El Paso railway offices.
TVTipn vou nave a cold cret a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will
soon fix you up all right and will ward
off nv tendency toward nneumonia.
This remedy contains no opium or other
narcotic and may be given as confi
dently to a baby as to an adult. Sold
by all dealers.
FACE IS CUT INTO
SHREDS BY AN AUTO
i Kenteria Is Badly Lacerated
as Kesiut oi uonision.
j ' Chauffeur Arrested.
J With his upper lip lacerated and cut
j into three sections, and a patch of flesh
i several inches square hanging from his
' rij?ht cheek, Juan A. Renteria, ae 25,
i 1113 South Campbell street, was pulled
j from under an automobile at the corner
of Stanton nnd Mills street ThuisJay
morning and rushed to the emergency
hospital at the police station for medi
! cal attention.
1 "RAnfprin savs p was -rirlm"' n. bievele
east on the right side of Mills street.
The driver of the machine, which he said
carried the number of 470, is said to
have attempted to turn west into Mills
street from the center of Stanton street.
The collision occurred at the southwest
corner of the two streets
According to the records in coxmty
clerk Pitman's office, machine Xo. 470
is a five passenger Maxwell owned bv
!Mrs. A. C. DeGroff. "Walter Williams,
chauffeur for Mrs. DeGroff, .was arrested
Thursday afternoon on a charge of reck
less driving and gave bond for $25.
Williams states that Eenteria rode into
I 1 LOCOWTTV1L5 1 I
FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO
CARRYING UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
For tickets and sleeping
Gty Ticket Offke-St. Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G-. A.
Peace of Night
By D0SA OWEN.
LIKE a far flame In the night.
The moon sets over th8 hill;
Blue distances delight.
Blue darknesses sleep still.
O patience Infinite
That lulls the world to rest,
We feel thy hand to-night
Hold us against they breast.
Keep us so folded still
When all our fret and pain
Lie open to the chill,
Clear light of day again.
Keep all the peace of night
To calm our hearts by day.
Blue depths for the soul's sight
To rest upon alway.
O hope, O rest etern, i
Comfort us, hold us still
When life's last flames shall burn
To darkness o'er the hill-
"Tou are an optimist?" ...
"I am"" replied Mr Dustln Stax. 4
.ot'only'hoJeV the best but 1 make
jractical arrangements to get it.
Bill My doctor says yawning is caused
3y a deficiency n the air supply to the
vim That's funny, for a fellow usualg
Joes his best yawning when somebodj Is
pumping "hot air" into him.
Runple-Does your wife obey you.
as she promiseu iu uu a.- ,"-,""-SimpleWell,
the fact Js I've nev
dared to test her.
-Your wife always weighs her words,
2Yep And nobody'll ever have her ar
rested for sivlngshort weight.
Mother Why did you not scream
when Mr. Clive kissed you?
Daughter He threatened me.
"He said If I did he'd never kiss me
igaln." . m
Maid A gentleman to see you. madam.
HrtresV How do you know he's a
3'eiIa1dn-Because he said "Beg pardon"
before he kissed me.
At breakfast recently Andrew Carnegie
Indulged In a piece of pie. A diet re
former present remonstrated.
"Why. Mr Carnegie." he said, "do
y"Of bourse." replied the noted philan
thropist benignly. -What do you do
with It?" ...
"What's a dilemma?" asked one small
"Well " replied the other, "it's some
thing like this: If your father says he'll
punish you If you don't let your mother
but your hai-. that's a dilemma."
. t am surprised to hear that young
Smith, who has just married old Rltch
mnn's daughter, has given up hJs profes
c?nn Doei he intend to live upon love?
sl0J?- ;. on mv dear fellow, not at
allfbut upon the father of his lovel
Carr Jones has his own way In hla
hRa- Yes But his wife always tells
him hat il " som x be beforehand.
He x always make It a habit to klsa
thp elrl I go out riding with.
She Wdl. that's not a bad riding
"Well, Jones, you're a good citizen. On
thi slippery morning your sidewalk is
the only one on the street where a person
CVes-lSerame& that I killed two
MrdVwlth one stone this morning. I
Smcled the walk with a package of new
gekkfast food xrv wlf bought."
T couldn't stand it In the public
,nrMV longer. A man there with the
Pt Sd of i cold in his head was tell
ing the oldest kind of stories."
"I see. Hoarse chestnuts.
t am going to hitch my wagon to a
announced the young dramatist.
riiim " adviaed the experienced man
or "if there's going to be any hltch
5f to a star, you had better make it a
whizz wagon." ...
Is vour friend up in Maine having suc
M with his hunting?"
rh yes. He's shot so many guides
that they are getting afraid to go with
If you want
a pro'i medi-
. rr-i (HHfiihir-A
. . . - , TfJnro tn-r llf in
STOMACH tP cases of
DI I I EL w Dyspepsia,
Colds & Grippe
take none hut
the Bitters. Its
car accommodations, call at
J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
KING MINUS JOE
AND WITHOUT FUNDS
Madrid, Spain, Dec. 15. King Manuel,
the dethroned monarch of Portugal, ac
cording to reports, is actually a pauper.
The report comes from Rome that in
an interview given with an official
close to the ex-king, it wa? stated that
Manuel is unable to choose a place of
residence becaus-e of lack of money.
The exiled king has been competed
to accept the hospitality of the duke
of Orleans at Wood Norton, Eversham,
England, and for three months, it is
said, he has not had the means to pay
the wages of his own servants.
Manuel, according to the interview,
hopes to be restored to power, insisting
that a republic in Portugal cannot ex
ist. Captain J. J. Sullivan, of the central
fire station, has eone to his old home in
Toledo. Ohio, to spend the holidays.
First National Bank
Capital $ mm
Surplus and Profits. 0'
Wc cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pay3 4 percent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TJNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C. R. FOREHEAD, PaL GEO. D. JLORY, CmIuk-
JOSEPH hWfIH, V. Pz. C H. BASSSTX, Vka Pm.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AKD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Lritfcnate Banking Business Transacted in AH Its Braacbasw
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR HESICAK MOIfXT.
Rio Grande Valley
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leave H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta Bt Blumenthal
.7. F. Williams H. M Andreas J. H. May
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
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LAW AT LUNCHEON.
Bankruptcy, its use and abuse,?as
the subject for discussion of the Credit
Men's association at the monthly lun
Charles R. Loornis, referee in bank
ruptcy, discussed the bankrupt laws
as they exist at the present time, and
traced the origin of .the laws applying
to insolvent business men.
Joseph A. Wright, secretary of the
Globe mills, spoke on the need of co
operation among the wholesale interests
of the city for their own protection
and for the credit of the city.
James A. Dick, as president of the
association, presided at the meeting,
which was arranged by Frank Smith,
secretary of the organization.
RETURNS TO KANSAS.
F. E. Hippie, president of the Liberal
Elevator company at Hutchison, Kas.
has returned to his home, after spending
two davs in EI Paso visiting the Globe
By One Box of Cuticura Ointment and
One Cake of Cuticura Soap,
Head Perfectly Clear,
"I am pleased to inform you that 1
have been cured by Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Since I was a by I have
suffered with dandruff, not only from
the itching but from its disagreeable
appearance in a scaly form all over my
head. I had to brush it oft my clothes
all day long. I used every kind of prep
aration supposed to cure dandruff, also
soaps and shampoos, but it seemed to
me that, instead of improving with
these remedies, the dandruff increased,
even my hair began to fall out and the
result was that two months ago eczema
developed on my scalp.
"I suffered so from this that as a last
resource I thought I would try Cuticura
Soap and Cuticura Ointment. They had
the most gratifying results for I had
used only one box c? Cuticura Ointment
and a single cake of Cuticura Soap when
I was cured, the eczema and dandruff
were gono and my head perfectly clear.
"I can assure you that so long as I
live no other soap than Cuticura will be
used by me and all those near to me.
I will also add that I will always use
Cuticura Ointment as a dressing for the
hair. I feel that you should know of my
cure and if you desire you may use this
as & true testimonial which comes from
a sufferer of thirty years standing. I
wiU be happy to tell any oner of my ex-
gerience in order to assist thos9 who may
e suffering from the same disease. J.
Acevedo, General Commission Merchant,
59 Pearl St., New York, Apr. 21, 1910."
Cntlrara Remedies afford tfee most econorsJcal
treatment for aCcctioss ot the skin aad scalp. A
cake ot Cuticara Soap (25c) aad a box ot CutJcara
X)tntment 50O are otten sufllcteat. Sold through
out the world. Potter Drus & Cbem. Carp, Sei
Props. 135 Columbus Ave Boston. Mass.
.O-Malled free. 32-page book, an Authority em
the Care and Tieatment of the Skto. Scalp aad Hate.
Bank & Trust Co.
"V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F 3L Murchison, Asst. Cashier.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
HEARD MUCH OF
CURE OF ECZEMA
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