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EL PASO HERALD
8 Wednesday, October 2, 1912
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All New Fall Styles.
Fancy new effects in plaids,
stripes and checks.
2 BUTTON LAMBSKTN
la Mack, tan or white.
An excellent quality
strong lambskin kid.
.All afternoon and evening trains for
Wednesday are reported on time.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Card of Thanks.
To the many friends who so kindly
assisted by their presence and floral
contributions in the burial of my hus
band, I extend my heartfelt thanks.
Mrs. W. A. Francis.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 2H Eoberts-Banner Bids.
Corns! Don't have them. See Sirs. Ben
son, 326 Herald Bid?. Open evenings.
Os-Aple Committee aieetlng.
The committeemen of the Os-Aple
Jubilee will meet at the chamber of
commerce Wednesday evening at 7:30,
when reports of the various committees
which, have been working on the cele
bration for the Jubilee will be made.
Mexican Herald on Sole
at WaroV.s Pharmacy, In El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
Another Float In Itnc.
CJalrbourne Adams, chairman of the
Industrial parade committee of the Os
Aple Jubilee, has received word from
the Texas company that it "will join
the other local firms who wil enter
floats In the industrial parade.
Jjorrest prices on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Goldlng, 110 S. Stanton.
Many Seek Licenses.
October 1, being the day of the ex
piration of the city licenses issued by
-the city tx expressmen, hotel runners,
automobile men, and omnibus men, the
Best Buy In El Paso
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
A. P. COLES & BROS. Agts.
f02 N. OREGON.
we are not cobblers, but up to
if work not satisfactory. Can fit
SCISSORS SHARPENED FREE AT OUR BOOTH NO. 2, AT
Shop 317-319 Texas St.
.The Calisher Department olore Co., (Inc. J ,
ra?E&i3JH53'' V Za. tWe xarta b
ues that will prove the greatest attraction of the Exposition.
Few of the Many Specials That Await You Thursday
Worth H5.00 and ?1.50
The Latest Models
For Fall Wear.
& TAILORED HATS
Worth ?7.50 and $8.50
Positively the greatest
values shown in the city.
IN. VELVET TAFFETA
all new Fall shades.
FULL SIZE SHEETS
In the Basement.
An excellent grade of heavy
Also black or white. An
Limit of 8 bars to a customer.
city clerk's office was crowded Tues
day, by those persons seeking a renewal
of their respective licenses. City clerk
Fassett Issued 150 city licenses Tues
day, and "Wednesday the office was
Dr. Settle Satterlee, osteopath, 603
American Bank BIdg., phones 141, 3483.
Charged With Dumping Trash.
C C. Ballinger was arrested by the
police Tuesday afternoon on a charge
of dumping trash in the Cotton addi
tion. His case has been set for trial in
the corporation court for 4:30 oclock
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner BIdg.
Dr. Jeslye Hyde, osteopathic physi
cian 814 Jlesa avenue, phone 2162.
Charged "With Carrying rixtoL
Aurelio F. Torres was arrested by the
police Tuesday n'ght on a charge of
carrying a pistol.
Dr. Anna Ecnm, Buckler BIdg.
Convicted of "Wife Murder.
Denver, Col.. Oct. 2. A jury In the
West Side court tonight found Henry
Kobitaille guilty of murder in the
first desree for killing his wife on
August 7. The penalty fixed was life
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company. 317 Kills street.
Needing glasses? Se our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald BIdg.
Fire Loaded Guns In Play.
Canon City, Colo, Oct. 2. .William
E. Duncan, of Chicago, leading man for
a moving picture company was shot
and gravely wounded here by mis
take in a wild west scene, several
men fired at Duncan. The guns were
loaded with bird shot.
Charles Ovren, attorney, moved to
318-19 Trust BIdg.; phone 202.
Pope's Physician Dies.
Rome, Italy, Oct 2. The pope's pri
vate physician. Dr. Giuseppe Petacci,
died Tuesday. The pope was greatly
affected when informed of his physi
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Hills BIdg.
Seeks Missing Brother.
Mrs. W. E. Bailey, giving her address
as 6475 Plymouth avenue, St. Louis, Mo.,
brother, Frank P. Hutton, aged 60 1
The Only First Class Boot
date repairers and makers of boots and
any deformed foot 10 discount
n Connection Vith The
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in ej ras nome
Reception Tonight From
Music on every Floor, 25,000 Handsome and Useful.
will be distributed Daily during the Exposition.
You Are Cordially Invited
The Most Unique Opening
Attempted. :-: :-:
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from 8 a.m. to 6 p. m., and
The Calisfier Opening -Sale
Commences Thursday Morning with a series
In Dainty Fall Styles
In Black, Tan and
Beautiful models in all
over and lace trimmed.
Have extra high
heels and toes.
Worth $20.00 and $22.50
Presenting all the new
Late Fall Models
In all desired shades;
WOMEN'S FINE WAISTS
In the Basement.
In handsome embroidered,
and tucked panel effects.
FULL SIZE BLANKETS
In the Basement.
7n Tiair -
In white and grey,
years, who the writer states is a paint
er. It was said that the missing brother
has not been heard from for some time,
and the belief was that he was in El
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Ne-vr Trial Asked.
A motion for a new trial has been
filed in the federal court by the A. T.
& S. F. railroad in the case of Claude
Swearingen vs. the A. T. & S. F., as a
result of a verdict returned by the jury
Saturday granting the plaintiff a. judg
ment of $12,500. Swearingen had. sued
for $30,000 for his leg, which was lost
in an accident which occurred on the
Santa Fe in Colorado last year.
Dr. II. 31. Hatliff, dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 204-5-6 Caples BIdg.
Jordan to 'Work for Peace.
Stanford University, CaU Oct 2.
David Starr Jordan, president of
Stanford University, will resign in 1915
to work for International peace. An
nouncement to this effect "was made on
the campus during the celebration of
the 21st birthday anniversary of the
Dr. -Cameron, dentist, 228 Mesa Vive.
Four To Be Fined.
The case of Candida Castellon, Maria
Garcia, Juan Romero and Justo Ro
mero, arrested by the police Sunday,
has been set down for trial at 4:30
oclock this afternoon. The women in
the case were charged with vagrancy
and the men with disturbing the peace.
All were arrested in a house in the 200
block on Grand "View avenue. The po
lice stated that the house had been un
der surveillance for some time.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, US N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Artillery inspection will begin at
Fort Bliss on Saturday when Maj. Chas.
M. Allen, artillery inspector, will come
to the post from Washington for the
annual inspection of battery B, third
artillery. The inspection and practice
will continue all next week and the
target practice will be held on the
range, 35 miles from- Fort Bliss.
Dr. Jos. C Darrncott,
319-320 Roberts-Banner BIdg.
Buys Mormon Cattle.
J. T. Cameron has purchased 1000
head of cattle from the Mormon set
tlers in Chihuahua. Because of the
washout below Casas Grandes the I
and Shoe Shop in the City.
shoes. We use the best rock oak
for 30 days to prove to you the high
Work called for and
7:30 to 10 P. B
to Attend and Enjoy
That Has Ever Been
:Lt t:J If) TL..J
Saturday from 8 a. m. to 10
of most exceptional val
Worth $25.00 and $30.00
Beautiful models of ex
16 Button KID GLOVES
In all wanted shades
An excellent quality with
double stitched backs.
SERGES AND POPLINS
In every new shade.
Worth -a p
An excellent value in wash
In all wanted shades.
Worth rf P? r?
with In a rich quality of high
fettfcaBbrfuy,i-fr ftr-n I n iliMII i rf
trains are not running from Juarez to
the colonies, but the North Western
railroad furnished Cameron with a spe
train, and he has left to collect the cat
tle. Dr. Ebert, Dentist. 21S-21S Mills BIdg.
Dr. J. H. Paset, dentist, 501-502 Roberts-Banner
BIdg., phone 1650.
Masonic Cornerstone Laying.
Thanksgiving day has been decided
upon as an appropriate time for placing
the cornerstone of the new Masonic
templp. This date has been sent to grand
master Samuel P. Cochran, of Dallas,
who w:i attend the exercises. Should
it meet -j,"ith his approval, the arrange
ments for the corner stone laying will
be made by the Masonic blue lodge. All
of the historical records which were
Placed in the cornerstone of the old
Masonic building will be removed and
transferred to the new stone.
Dr. O. C. West, 309 Mills BIdg.
Dr. Kline, diseases- of- lungs stomach,
Xero Released- on Bond.
Ben D. Perry, a negro, who was al
leged to have assaulted another negro,
called "Sunny Jim," with a billiard cue
Mondaynight In a negro pool hall on
Second street, was released Tuesday
afternoon upon furnishing a ?300 bond
for his appearane for trial.
Stuart makes uptodate photos. 228
The following unsolicited testimonial
should certainly be sufficient to give
hope and courage to persons afflicted
with chronic dyspepsia: "I have been
a chronic dyspeptic for years, and of all
the medicine I have taken, Chamber
lain's'Tablets have done me more good
than anything else," says W. G. Matti
son. No. 7 Sherman St.. Hornellsville, N.
Y. For sale by all dealers.
MATOIt AND CHIEF LOOK OVER
PLANS FOR AUTO FIRE TRUCK
Wednesday morning and afternoon,
mayor a E. Kelly and fire chief VU W.
Armstrong were engaged in going
through the plans and specifications of
auto fire trucks furnished by several
manufacturing companies. The city
some time ago decided to purchase an
auto fire truck for the Sunset fire de
partment, and AVednesday was set as
the day for deciding on the purchase.
In a Hurry?
Phone LonsTvell for that fine, new,
seven-passenger car. Small cost fast
The best cleaning and pressing. The
quickest service. Wright, phone 343.
sole leather. Your money back H
quality of our work and material.
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Las Cruces and Valley Resi
dents Given Prizes
Las Cruces, N. M., Oct 2. Owing to
the large number of premiums offered,
and the numerous exhibitors in the
"Vfneilln Vallnv fair, the eomnletion of
! the commitee books lor the award of
premiums has been delayed, and it has
been impossible for secretary McKinley
to complete the. list of premium winners
until the present.
The index of exhibitors shows a total
of 109 valley residents, who exhibited
at the fair, represented in various de
partments, thuij jnakine a most com
plete exhibitidhftif valley products.
In the awafaof premiums in the vari
ous departments, aside from the special
pjemiums mentioned in a previous "issue,
the exhibitors who were particularly
active in their displays, and who were
nnid accord injrlv. wore as follows:
I John lincier of Dona Ana exhibited
the best plates of pears of the follow
ing varieties: Kieffer, Xelis, miscellane
ous ,also the largest pear and the best
plate of Malaga grapes.
T. C. Phillips, of Las Cruces, exhibited
the best peck of red oats, bearded bar
ley, hulless barlev. white oats, milo
maiie and spring wheat.
J. E. Davidson, of Mesilla. was award
ed the prize for the best four bales of
alfalfa. He also was awarded first prize
for white kaffir corn seed.
Mrs. Hincs, of Mesilla. was awarded
first premium for best Bartlett pears.
II. U. McDowell ,of Mesilla Park, ex
hibited the best plate of Ben Davis. Mr.
McDowell also took second place in dis
play of best 10 plates.
J. G. Stuart, of Mesilla. exhibited the
best plates of Black Ben, Winesaps. Jon
athans, Mammoth Black Twig and Bo
man Beauties, also the largest and
heaviest apple. In addition, Mr. Stuart
took second premium in the best one
box pack of apples, any variety; also
second place in both the three-box and
the five-box pack.
C. E. Locke, of Mesilla, who captured
the first prize of 35 for the best com
munity exhibit, also- secured first place
lor tne best three-box pack of peaches,
the best single basket pack of grapes,
and the best one-box, three-bot ana
five-box pack of apples. Mr. Locke also
had the second place for the best 10
plates of Jonathan and Arkansas blacks
and first place for the best ' plate of
white grapes. In the special class, this
exhibitor also secured 200 trees for the
best collection of apples, and first prize
for the best one-box pack of pears.
C. T. Turney was awarded first pre
mium for the best plate of Missouri
Desidero Lopez, of Dona Ana, wa
awarded first place for the best plate
of grapes in the free-for-all class, also
for the best and heaviest bunch of
grapes: also second money for the best
single basket pack.
Mike Bamert, of Dona Ana, was first
with the best collection of quinces, the
best plate of quinces and the largest
and heaviest quince; also first for the
best two plates of apples.
Mrs. Fabian Garcia took first money
for the best collection of figs.
L. T. Smith, of Mesilla Park, was
awarded first premium for the best col
lection of peaches.
Kenneth McClernon. of Las Cruces,
was awarded first premium for the best
In the veegtable department. Mrs.
Hines secured the first premium for the
best collection of tomatoes; also for the
best 5-pound basket of white onions,
the best crate of cantaloupes and the
c-.t crate of tomatoes.
Fred Thorn, of Organ, 2C. M was
awarded a prize for the best display of
dry farming products.
Those Who Exhibited.
Following is a complete list of all the
exhibitors at the fair:
From Las Cruces Thos. Brannigan,
r. u. marker K uc Jiargnto liarela,
Verne Bunton, Floyd Bunton. Mrs. J.
V. Beckwith. Ruth Bundy, Mrs. J. T.
BoTd. C. K. Campbell, Mrs. L. H. Clay,
Mrs. Lulu Chauvin, L. H. Clay. Mrs. De
WiRRins, Mrs. John Dossey, Geo. Dal
rvmple, Lucio Esquivel, John Engler, C.
W. East, Mrs. Geo. YV. Frenger, L. Eeed
Fuller. E. M. Ford, Richard Ford,
G. W. Freeman, Mrs. G. E. Gat
ton, Miss O. M. Gross, Mrs. Fabian
Garcia. Jesus Gonzales, John Hogan,
Mrs. Herron. A. J. Hunter, Abbie lies,
Georgia M. lies, Jeff Isaacs. Mrs. S. J.
Isaacs, Mrs. F. F. Lucero, Mrs. J. W.
Lowe, Metcalf & Parks, Kennett Mc
Glernon, C. G. Marschuer, Mrs. F. A.
McClernon, Mrs. Morgan, Jose R. Mo
rales, Mrs. J. S. McClurc, T. L. Nichols,
T. C. Phillips. J. W. Peters, E. L. Piercv,
D. V. Peacock, Mrs. J. H. Paxton, Mrs.
A. L- Patrick. J. Quesenberry, Lucio
Esquivel, Minnie Roberts. L. E. Ruhlc,
Mfs. G. A. Rorren, W. J. Sampson, J.
W. Taylor. Mrs. J. W. Tavlor. Antonio
Terrazas. Mrs. Henry Stoes, C. H. Sitt,
Mrs. C. H. Stitt, M. B. Stevens, Mrs. J.
W. Wooten, Mrs. E.D. Viullaume. Ralph
Will., B. L. Whitnev. George Williams,
J. B. Yoast, T. C. Bunton.
From Mesilla Park R. H. Buvens,
W. G. Conway. H. U. MeDorrell, A. S.
Robertson, C. T. Turnev. J. G. Stewart,
B. B. Scroggins, W. W.'Stopp, L. Smith.
From Mesilla Rosario Apodaca JJjsvid
son & Phillips, John Fisher, P. Gon
zales, Mrs. Hines. Angel Lucero, C. E.
Locke, Mrs. C. E. Locke, Mrs. V. A.
Snow, F. J. D. Westell. J. E. Davidson.
From Dona Ana Santos Alvarez,
Mike Bamert, A. F. Barncastle, Desiderio
Lopez, Louis Lucero, D. B. Mitchener.
, Prom, Organ "Big 3" Mine, H. Foy,
Modoc Mine. Memphis Mining company,
Organ Mining companv, Fred Thorn.
From El Paso C. L. Dean, Howard
,r.'om 5f Mesa Mrs. Abba Linn, Col.
Vilioen, Mrs. E. II. Stettmund.
From Berino J. C. McNary.
From Garfield J. J. Shriner.
BRIDAL COUPLE AT
Other Graduates of Sew Mexico A. A
3L College To AVed Plenty or Water
in Ditch Cold "Weather.
State College, N 1L, Oct 2 Sixteen
young people, chaperoned by Mrs. "Win
ningham, took the afternoon train for
ilesquite, to meet J. A. Anderson and
bride, who were expected to arrive on
the 8:35 north-bound passenger. Pend
ing the arrival of this train, the party
STUARTS PUS TS PADSreUl&
iromuioiruBt, txing meoidZM tppii-
. or dhc aeu-aaaeuTC psrpoiei J
ua nuu we nun ccary m pucCb
1 5a itrvpt, buckles or prini ecu.
' aziiaii the pablo bone. Tha tmi
obitirmto eae eared Thousand!
fciTOScccesafhllT treated the&srtrw
at heme without hindrance fron work. Soft !
1 ret eanr to poJt ImitwmIto. Proeeu of re-
fk m,, leorery is natural, to no farther use for traxs.
SLi Awrde! OoW MrtaL We prow what ws
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When yoii go to Calisher's visit our booth
(23) and wljen in need of "Anything in Duck
or Canvas" don't fail to see us.
Ours is the only Tent & Awning Factory
in the southwest
g ,' i
Pass City Tent & Awning Co.'
. L. Gilliland, Manager.
Phone 41 44. 41 6 N. Oregon St.
5 ! lTnj"LfUU""M Lbk
walked over to Mesquite lake, a fire
was made, and supper prepared. The
college quartet sang several songs,
and the evening was passed very
pleasantly. Upon the arrival of the ex
pected train, it was flagged, boarded,
and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson given a
"W. C. Campbell, '09, is visiting at
the college. '-,,, ,r
Hiss Ida Grumbles and Miss Mae
Harris, of El Paso, have enroled for
The girls' glee club has been organ
izen and practice has begun.
As a result of rain, the atmosphere
is uncomfortably cold. An early frost
is looked for.
The Lyceum course has scheduled, its
entertainments as fololws: Oct. 29, the
"Waterman Concert company; Nov. 26,
Geo. D. Alden; Jan. 11, The Strollers;
March 31J the Ben Greet players.
Rex Hart, '06, is the latest to be
added to the list of alumni benedicts:
He married the nurse who nursed him
during a severe illness. in Tacoma,
Wash. H. H. Schutz will" be the next to
enter the ranks. He is to wed Miss
Marian Campbell, of El Paso, in No
vember. They will make their home
at Ijos Lunas, N. M, where Mr. Schutz
is manager of a ranch.
, F. E. Lester, recentlr appointed a
member of the board of regents, has
Rev. Mr. Matthews' hs received a
call to take charge of the- Presbyterian
church and is now here looking over
Jack Maynard has gone on a two
weeks' visit to his father and mother
in Los Angeles. He will resume his
college work this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, of
Hillsboro, N. ZL, are visiting friends
Tho Mesilla ditch, which has been dry
for some time, is now full to the banks.
There will be a hop in the gym
nasium Friday night.
Miss Adele Medlar sang several solos
at the reception In MoEle Hall, and
also sang at the St. James church
J. O. Nabours has a position with tho
United States land survey at Canutillo. ,
"W. J. Briggs, father of Chas. Briggs,
pent a few days at the college.
WILL OPEN EYES OF
Local Hoo Hoos Plan Concatenation
and Initiation for First Day of
A litter of Hoo Hoo kittens will
have their purbined eyes opened as one
of the stunts of the Os-Aple Jubilee.
The Hoo-Hoo lodge, which is the lo
cal organization of the lumbermen,
has arranged for a concatenation for
Oct. 23d. the opening of the Jubilee.
The meeting -will be preceded by a
parade of the 45 old cats and the 31
kittens who will later be initiated in
to the mysteries of the organization,
In the basement of the chamber of
commerce. Robes for the old and new
cats have been ordered and will be
worn in the parade on the the open
ing night of the big celebration.
R- -A, Whitlock. vice junior snark
of the Hoo-Hoos, has written to "W. T.
Black, of Dallas, a prominent east
Texas "cat", to come to El Paso and
assist him in initiating the class of
The committee which has the ar
rangements for the parade in charge,
appointed at a meeting with the Os
Aple parade' committee Tuesday even
ing is. Kitten committee. A. G. Nel
son, A. L. Lathrop and TV. A. Schriv
ner; session-on-the-roof committee,
J. T. Fletcher and J. H. Meece; onion
bed committee, a L. Slrmans, E. A.
Hennlng and Ross Jennings.
MEXICAN AVOJIAX FORCES
OFFICER TO DAN'CE WITH HER
To the tune of the "Spanish Fan
dango," whistled by herself, deputy
sheriff Jere uuJtiose Tuesday afternoon
tripped from the city jail to the county
Jail with a Mrs. Banley, a Mexican
woman, about 4S years of age. The
woman executed the dance while the
deputy sheriff held her left hand aloft
en route. Mrs. Hanley was arrested
by the police Tuesday at noon on a
charge of being insane, and was trans
ferred to the county jail when that
complaint was filed in the county court.
Mounted officer Sid Benson, who
made the arrest Tuesday morning,
stated that he found the woman locked
in a house in the -vicinity of Old Fort
Bliss. He said that before he could
get her into the patrol wagon he had
to dance out of the house with her.
Upon the arrival at the police station.
Benson agatn qualified for a cotillon
by dancing with the woman to the ser
geant's desk, where she was docketed
and placed in one of the cells. I
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CORJIETT OPERATED OX;
1 ,? ?0,W OUT OF DAXGER.
Philadelphia. Pa. Oct- 2. .
James J. Corbett, the former
. pugilist who was operated on
V or aPPendicitIs In a hospital
V 2re- Ilass.ed a fairly good night.
. The physicians say he is now
V 5ut, of danSer and that his con-
-.- uiuuii ivaa saiisiactory ;
FIXD MISSIXG 3IAX ix
JUAREZ HOSPITAL. LVJDRED
of8??,'. a ho!?e shoer in Troop C.
at Fort Bliss, who had been missing
frorn that post since Saturday, was lo
cated by the city detectives in a hos
pital ln Juarez. The detectives stated
that Oleson was cut in the right eye
while in Juarez last Saturday after
noon. Members of the detective depart
ment left Wednesday morning for Jua
rez to visit the soldier, and to make In
vestigations. XEW SliPERIXTESDEXT is
XA3IED FOR.NORTII WESTERX
J. J. Pruitt. of the Buffalo and Sus
quehanna railroad, has been appointed
general superintendent of the entire
Mexico North Western railroad between
El Paso and Chihuahua He will report
to general manager j. o. Crockett and
will assume all of the operating duties
of the railroad.
the Name" :-:
ITS FINE FOR
Millions of Catarrh Victims Have Used
Booth's Hl'OMEr -with TVonderfnl
This picture shows
the little hard rubber
HTOMEI inhaler the
If you own one you
can get a bottle of HT
OMEI (liquid) for only
If you do not own
one, ?1.09 will secure
for you a complete out
And now you have in
your possession some
thing that has banished
more cases of catarrh
than all the catarrh spe
cialists on earth.
Just breathe HXO
MEI that's all you have
to do no stomach dos
ing. The soothing, heal
ing air passes over toe
in f la m e d membrane,
kills the germs and
heal3 the inflammation.
It Is guaranteed to
end the distress of catarrh, coughs,
croup and colds, or money back. Dls
tributed by Kelly & Pollard and drug
Booth's HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me)
is Australian Eucalyptus and
other grand antiseptics. It contains no
cocaine or other Injurious drugs.
HERO'S PISTOL AND
SPURS ARE STOLEN
Climax In Western Flay at Crawford
Has Close Call Until Actor Bor
rows Gnn to Shoot Vllain.
No western play can thrive or flour
ish without the execution of the villain
by the cowboy hero as a climax in the
j-third act Tuesday night just a few
go up at the Crawford theater on the
first act of "The Man From Texas."
a western play. It was -discovered that
some Individual who was not a truer
thespian. early In the evening had made
away -with all the pistols, chaps, spurs,
and other props that go to make up
The actors were thrown into a panic.
Here -was a play -which depended on the
cowboy hero dispatching the villain by
shooting him with a pistol. Although
the cowboys had to appear without
chaps, the play was saved by a hustling
actor -who secured two pistols in time
for the hero to shoot the villain, vin
dicate his honor, and claim the hero
ine. Among other articles that were,
missed Tuesday night, it -was alleged
that a gold bracelet belonging to Miss
Myrtle Hollingsworth was taken. The
case has been reported to the city de
tectives. ARE ARRANGING
A number of officials of the Southern
Pacific passenger department arrived
in EI Paso Tuesday night, and will re
main here for a few days arranging the
passenger service from this point In
the party were J. N. Harrison, Pacific
coast passenger agent of the Washington-Sunset
route; S. T. Bonney. travel
ing passenger aent for the Washington-Sunset
route; H. F. Carey, general
passenger agent of the Southern Pa
cific railway, and F E. Butter gen
eral passenger agent of the lines at
Treating Indigestion with Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets Is an Exact Science.
They Give Quick Relief.
Medical men have learned more about
the stomach than perhaps any other ti
tal organ. They have discovered why
the stomach rebels at certain conditions
what causes the formation of gases
what causes flatulency, heartburn,
dyspepsia, burning sensation, brash,
and all the other -disorders of tha
They have gone further. They have
found remedies for all these afflictions,
these results of improper digestion.
They have learned that pepsin, hydro
chloric acid and fruit salts are power
ful digestants that relieve quickly and
surely all the troubles to which the
stomach is suDjecu a.ney have dis
covered that one grain of these proper
ties will digest 3,000 grains of food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are not a
medicine. They are a scientific com
pound that supplies the stomach with
the digestive agents which it is Itself
unable to provide. When your stom
ach is sick ani not working right
when it fails to give out enough of the
digestive Juices to properly take care
of the food you eat. these tablets will
make up the deficiency. You will have
no indigestion. Your food will digest
You never can tell just when your
stomach is going back on you. It gives
no warning. If you eat a big meaL If
you eat hurriedly, take one of these
little tablets. You will avoid a lot of
pain and misery.
Some of the most prominent men car
ry these tablets In their vest pockets
wb,en they attend banquets, etc.. and
never fail to take them.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by all druggists, at 50c a box.