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for the Treatment and cure of Chronic Diseases
are conducted under the personal supervision of a
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NO ROUTINE METHODS ARE EMPLOYED.
Etery case is gone into carefully, a thorough examination chemi
cal, microscopical and -with the employment of X-Rays if necessary is
made and on the findings of this examination the treatment is based.
In all difficult or doubtful cases our Specialists hold a private
Consultation, after each one has examined the patient individually, and
under their combined judgment the plan of treatment is decided upon.
Among the various diseases that receive our attention, we mention
the following conditions, that by our Special Method are safely and
VARICOCELE in twenty minutes, without pain, danger or deten
tion from business.
HYDROCELE in thirty minutes, without resorting to surgery, and
no inconvenience is experienced from the treatment.
RUPTURE in from one to five treatments, without operation, pain
or danger We cure any case that can be retained -with any kind of
truss or plaster bandage.
STRICTURE without cutting, dilating (stretching), sounding or
other painfu procedure. The canal is restored to a perfectly sound,
healthy condition, and the cure is permanent.
PILES, FISTULA and FISSURE by modern electrical methods.
We use no injections, ligatures, cautery or other painful methods.
SERUM and ORGiCIC methods are used in the cure of consti
tutional diseases, especially in Xervous Decline, Epilepsy and Palsy.
Results in many cases are phenomenal.
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Hammett Block, Facing Rio Grande Bank, Corner of Texas and Mesa,
El Paso, Texas.
Facts and Fancies For Fans
UNLESS an accident happens to one
or more of the men concerned, it
is as good as settled that the
opening engagement between the
Giants and the Eed Sox will see the
fololwing batteries working. Red Sox,
Wood and Cady; Giants, Mathewson
and Meyers. The Boston selection is
easily accounted for, as Joe Wood is
not only certain to be the best card
for the Beantown men, but he is the
greatest flinger In the game today,
owmng the wonderful record of 33
games won and five lost. Cady may
not be the best catcher in the world,
but he is Wood's favorite receiver. He
will work unless a mishap Intervenes.
Hughey Duffy, formerly manager of
the Providence Grays and for the past
season leader or the iiuwauicee Amer
ican association team, will succeed
George Stalling3 as manager of the
Buffalo club, according to the latest
report. ,. .
Manager Brosnaban. unlike the St.
Louis fans at home, is not worrying
aboufthe position his team will hold
at the end of the season. He said that
he was after a good position in the race
at all times, but: "What is the use of
bothering about what positiqn you fin
ish in if you don't win the pennant?
aked Roger. "I would like to have my
team well up in front, of course, but
s nee I have not a team to finish up in
the top division now, I am going to
see If I can't get a team that will,
consequently I am going to give all my
-i onngsters a chance to show me this
fall what they are capable of doing so
I will know Just what I have in the
spring" , . ,
Coach Andy Smith of the University
of Pennsylvania foot ball team,
savs that the new rules will
mean a revival of the old time foot
ball which was played in the '90s and
the early vears of the 20th century,
when the big teams had a heavy line,
not a man weighing less than ISO
pounds, and a backfield that resembled
an elephant in weight and the speed of
a pack horse.
tjio nvnnl "of John R- Miller. Ditcher
rj ! Ohio. Blues can he
son If he depended upon baseball lor
a livlns he might have been in the
Wg league two years ago. Owing to
business reasons, he has refused sev
eral contracts. Miller has pitched 21
ga.rces this year, losing two by poor
support He wont 17 straight games.
Miller is 27 years of age, -weighs 180
pounds, is 5 feet 11 Inches fn height,
and has been pitching for seven years.
The Michigan 'varsity defeated the
scrubs, 24 to 6, at the cost of Pontius,
Bllche and Budd. who received severe
Iiine material is lacking at Iowa.
Von I.acktrm and Buckeley are work
ing on the wings. The only veterans
are Capt. Hanson and Clemons.
The Cleveland Naps have been
awarded outfielder Liebold of the Mil
waukee American Association club by
the national commission.
The 1912 football season has been
opened in the south with most of the
games of the tryout varioty.
Mike Gibbons and Eddie McGoorty.
both aspirants for the middleweight
championship, have been matched for
10 rounds at New York, on November 7,
for the championship of the world.
Both men will weigh in at 158.
Ted Meredith, the Olympic runner
champion, will not be a candidate for
OPE7J DAT ASS 3STGHT
A WARNING IN TIME: To
those who are suffering from
some lingering deepseated dis
ease and principally to those
who have failed to get relief
from the ordinary methods of
the general practitioner, it is
t the L'nltervity of Pennsylvania foot-
uan team. ae signmea nis Intention
of joining the squad, but the coaches
refused to lake him on until he ob
tained the consent of trainer Murphy.
The Wisconsin football squad has
been increased by the arrival of 10 new
.players, two new 'varsity men and eight
freshmen. In spite of the cold weather,
coach Juneau is putting the men
through their paces.
Twenty candidates have reported to
coach Cayou for practice at the Wash
ington university. Several new men
were among the number.
President Barney Dreyfuss. of Pitts
burg, has refused Marty O'Toole and
third baseman Byrne -permission to
make the trip to Cuba with umpire Rig
ler's all-star team in November.
Tris lord, of the Red Sox, and Larry
Doyle, of the Giants, will write special
articles for several press associations
in addition to playing the world's
Luther McCarty, the favorite "white
hope" of the east, has started for San
Francisco, accompanied by his man
ager, for his fight there with Al Kauf
man on October 12.
Matt McGrath, world's champion
hammer thrower, has added a new
world's record to his string. He threw
the 16-pound hammer 191 feet, 5 IncEes.
President Murphy, of the Chicago Na
tionals, has announced that the Cubs
will start next season with a new steel
ana concrete grand stand to cost ?700,
000, with a capacity of 60.000.
The coaches of the Navy team at An
napolis are looking for candidates who
tip the scales not under ISO pounds.
The effect of this policy is shown in
the lineup, where McReavy and Hall,
both big men, have been shunted from
the line to the back field In an effort
to get a strong line-smashing back to
take the place Of Dalton, who gradu
ated last year.
BIQ. TEAMg jtffo
THE EXTRA DOWN
(Continued from previous page).
of choosing a player like Bcmeister,
who played only a short time In both
the Princeton and Harvard games, ana
were opposed to Ketcham owing to his
poor passing in the last two games. An
ail-American center should be not only
a great player but also a certain passer.
There are many who figured that Bud
oraiin or. arvara on account of his
consistent showing should have been
selected in place of Bomeister and that
Bluethenthal of Princeton should have
been given preference over Ketcham
for the above reason. It will be inter
esting to watch the rivalry again this
year between Ketcham and Bluethen
thal. who is the best lineman that
Princeton has left from last years
championship team. Phillips at tackle
and Dunlap, who played end last year,
but is being tried out at tackle this sea
son, are the only other veterans. Both
are light for the present tackle posi
tion. The loss of Hart, Duff and "Wil
son In the line will be keenly felt at
Harvard has Storer and Hitchcock,
both veteran tackles, but light for the
rushing game. Parmenter at center
and Felton and O'Brien at ends are re
liable players, yet none of them has so
far ranked among the best players in
The showing of the Tale eleven
against Wesleyan was ertremely crud.
yet at the same time the team showed
a great deal of potential power and as
far as material concerned has a shade
the better of either Harvard or Prince
ton in the line.
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FOSTER MAY RUN
Likely to Be n Candidate Against E-
cajeda Jndce Walthall Throws
Out All Contest Cases.
There is to be another candidate in
the field for district clerk at the" com
ing general election on November 5, If
the undented rumor Is correct.
A. G. Foster Jr., son of A. G. Foster
sr., president of the Pioneer Abstract
company, has been slated for the po
sition. Although that election is little
more than a month off, prominent men
state that they consider his chances
ior winning excellent.
Foster "Wednesday morning would
neither deny nor admit that he would
become a candidate. He admitted that
the matter had been suggested to him.
During the recent campaign Foster was
not allied either with the ring or anti
According to the decision of judge A.
M. "Walthall, who held Tuesday after
noon that the notice of contest in the
Alderete-Escajeda case and the 10 com
panion cases, had not been filed In
time, and in the event that the supreme
court does not issue a writ of man
damus, Foster will be opposed to J. A.
Escajeda. who has been conceded as the
Democratic nominee of the primaries.
The name of Escajeda will be on the
official ballot If the supreme court does
not sustain the contention of the con
testants, but the voter desiring to cast
his ballot for Foster could write the
candidate's name on the ticket
Judge "Walthall Tuesday afternoon
stated that his decision applied to all f
of the contested election suits In which
me county oiiices were involved and as
a result of that ruling, the cases have
been thrown out of court.
Judge Seymour Thurmond, attorney
for the contestants, stated that he
would sue out an application for a
writ of mandamus, thus taking the
jurisdictional question to the supremo
WILL NOT RESUME
Because the sweeping of the paved
streets has proved more beneficial in
the removal of the dust, the car
sprinkler and the wagon sprinklers,
which were remdved some time ago,
will not be placed In service again, ac
cording to mayor C. B. Kelly. The
mayor stated that the sprinklers were
now emplojed altogether on the dirt
roads, but on the paved streets "he
found that by sweeping them contin
ually better results could be ob
tained. Many of the merchants are complain
ing that the dust blows in from the
streets and Injures their stocks since
the sprinklers have been taken off.
Men's suits cleaned. "Wright.
F. C Spencer, manager of the Fred
Harvoy newsstand and curio store, at
the union station, has returned from a
two weeks' trip through the north
west Men's overcoats cleaned.
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JJ El Paso. Wednesday. Oct. 2. 1912. m'
El Paso, Wednesday, Oct. 2. 1912.
El Paso and Vicimtv Showers to
night or Thursday cooler Thursday.
jfev; Mexico Generally cloudy, with
local rain tonight or Thursday.
V.rest Texas Tonight and Thursday
unsettled; showers tonight or Thursday
except in southeast portion; colder
.inursday except in
MORE THAN HALF OF
Conservation Congress Speaker Says
630,000 of Annual Deaths Are
Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. 2. "Out of
some 1,500,000 deaths annually in the
United States, at least 630,000 are pre
ventable," declared Prof. Irving Fi3her,
of Yale university, in his address before
the fourth National Conservation con
gress here today.
"In the last analysis the war against
preventable disease is a struggle be
tween the dollar and the death rate,"
E. E. Kittenhou'jc. of Jfcw oYrk, said.
Saving of Humnn I.Ives.
Irying Fisher, professor of political
economy at Yale university, today told
delegates that the newspapers, the In
surance companies and the federal gov
ernment were the three great agencies
to which the people of the country must
look for the saving of human life.
As a first step in the great works of
human conservation, Prof. Fisher urged
the establishment of an adequate sys
tem of collecting and distributing vital
statistics similar to the system in use
E. E. Rlttenhouse. of New Tork,
speaking on the subject of "Human
Life as a National Asset" declared
that the conservation of human life
should be the paramount issue of the
Mr. Rittenhause said In part:
"The first item in humanity's bill of
rights is the right to live. To protect
human life from needless destruction is
the primary purpose of organized
"We are not only reducing the fer
tility of our race and also shortening
the span of life, but we are permitting
at least 650,000 American lives to bo de
stroyed annually which we could save
by the application of simple and well
known sanitary and other precautions
This is our real race suicide problem."
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San Antonio St. 221
Texas St. 116
El Paso Headings.
, , . 6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level) 30 00 29 92
-ury tnermometer 55
Wet thermometer 54
Dew point 53
Relative humidity 94
Direction of, wind E.
Velocity of wind 8
Mate of weather Oldy. Pt. Cldv.
Rainfall last 24 hours 13
Highest temp, last 24 hrs. . 59
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 55
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 9.4 feet. No change in
last 24 hours.
When the chest feels on fire and the!
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jou need HERBINE to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out
badly digested food, strengthens the
stomach and purifies the bowels. Price
50c. Sold by Scott White & Co., three
A Perry-Kirkpatrick bungalow
number votes during the -Made in
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Ranges $20.00 Up
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UNABLE TO GET JURY
FROM 350 VENIREMEN
Salem, Mass.. Oct J. An adjourn
ment until October 4 of the trial of
i Joseph J. Ettor, Arturo Glovannlttl
and Joseph Caruso was looKea ior to
day, when the venire of 3S0 talesmen
became almost exhausted without add
ing materially to the jury.
The defence asked judge Quinn to
order a postponement rather than to
call a new venire forthwith, as has
William B. Cresey. the seventh man'
called today, qualified ana iook nis
place with the two jurors selected Mon
day. ArTO MAKERS TO HELP
PAY GOOD ROAD EXPENSES
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct 2. An
nouncement was made at today's ses
sion of the American Road congress by
H. E. Batcheler. chairman of the ex
ecutive committee of the American Au
tomobile association that automobile
manufacturers of America nad agreed
to contribute one-third of one per cent
of their gross returns during 1913 for
the good road cause This will create
a fund of ?15,e00,000. he said.
UNGALOW FREE t
like this cut will be given absolutely free to the bov or girl receiving lanrest
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315-317 Texas St.
El Faso Auto Sales Co.
Office 713 N. Ochoa St.
DEMONSTRATION BY APPOINTMENT
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WISEMAN" & ,AJTDERSpI,
VALLEY IMPLEMENT & VEHICLE CO.
504 San Francisco St
& Vehicle Co.
504 San Francisco St. Phone 1632.
Automobiles, Trucks, Passenger Cars and
Supplies. Distributors for the South
west. NEFF-STILES CO.
400 Block, No. Santa Fe.
Fully equipped vulcanizing plant and ga
tanks. Best auto repair dent, in citv.
399 S. El Paso St
Corner Myrtle and Kansas St-
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PRIMARY VOTE MUST
Attorney General's Department Holds
Conventions Cannot Select Exe
Austin, Tex, Oct. 2. The attorney
general's department through assistant
attorney general Head today held that
under the Terrell election law a countr
Democratic executive commitee must be
elected on primary election day, one
member from each voting box or pre
cinct and that the Democratic countv
convention has not authority to elect a
countv executive committee. He fur
ther holds, however, that in a county
where such a committee was not elected
by primary vote, but by the countv
convention, should a committee be rec
ocnised as the county commitee, its acts
would be valid.
A. J. Craven left on the Golden State
Limited Wednesday for Chicago.
Men's overcoats cleaned
free ballot. Vote at Booth Ko. 30