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Thursday, October 10, 1912
THE HUSBAND QUESTION
Dr. Haynes Cannot Conceal His Admiration for the Widow and She Begins to
Greatly Admire Him.
By VIRGINIA TERHUNE VAN DE WATER.
Shmcxng comfortable undi
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Showing easy step from the
carb to the low foot board
of the Smdebaker Roadster.
primarily a vegetable
product, has knocked the
use of digestion-destroying
hog lard higher than
a kite. ..a
A man with indigestion
can readily assimilate
foods cooked with Crus
to. For wholesome cookery and bet
ter results try this supreme pro
duct of the cotton seed.
At your grocer's.
JTLiE SUIT TO TEST
N'ew York, Oct 10. Suit to test the
right of the government to enforce
ti'c fededal newspaper law of August
ZA. 1912. has been tiled in the United
States district court here by the Jour
nal of Commerce and Commercial Bul
letin company, publishers of the Jour
nal of Commerce, against postmaster
general Hitchcock, attorney general
Wickersham, United States district at
torney Wise and postmaster Morgan
of New York.
The petitioner charges that 'the law
Is unconstitutional and prays for a
temporary injunction restraining its
enforcement until final adjudication.
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That tilted seat is as comfortable as your leather arm chair it isn't
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There is a skirt guard over the lower part
of. the shifting levers an important
point should the driver be a woman.
Its low foot-board makes an easy step to
It has power and speed you can hold your
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R AILR0AD NEWS OF
Braeman Cook' of the T- P" is la"
ing off. j
Frank Appel is now foreman of the
G. H. coach engine.
Kngineer Ed Schwartz, of, the G. it,
has. reported for duty.
L. E. Gibson, conductor on the S. P.,
is laying off -for a few days.
J. IT. Gibson, switchman on the T. P
i3 laying off for a few shifts.
Frank Vernon, braxeman on the T. Pj;
is laying off for a few days.'
TV. A. O'Connel, brakeman on the S.
P., is laying off for a few trips.
Engineer Petersen, of the G. H.. is
laying off on account of being sick.
W. H. Homan. trainmaster for the
T. P., is in El Paso from Big Springs.
Southwestern caboose 5054 is Just out
of the shops after a complete over
Shorty Adams, engineern the South
western, is working on passenger for a
Engineer Prothp, passenger engineer
on the Southwestern, is laying off for ,
a few trips.
Brister Phelps, formerly an operator
for the G. H. at Alpine, is now station
agent at Ysleta.
Passenger conductor Moss, of the G.
IL, who is in Houston attending court,
is expected home soon.
O. Snell, formerly a brakeman on the
Southwestern, has a position as conduc
tor on the Mexico North Western.
The auxiliary to the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Firemen intend to give a
ball October 31 in El Paso.
Bill Bollman. engineer for tbe O. FT
i at Sanderson, accompanied by his wife,
is in El Paso on a few days' visit.
Tom Foley, formerly a switchman
on the G. H., is now working for the
Electro Oil company, of Wichita Falls.
Conductor Sheaffer. of the South
western at Carrizozo. has returned
home after visiting a few days in El I
Oscar Barbee, operator for the G. H.,
at Valentine, has been transferred to
Sanderson, and is now working' on
the second trick.
Passenger brakeman Hightower, of j
the S. P.. lias returned from art n-von,l
ed visit to Chicago and Hot Springs.
He has reported for duty.
Will Whittinsrham. conductor on th
Southwestern at Carrizozo, who was in- j
be able to go back to work' soon.
Jess Wilcox, switchman for the South- '
western at Duran, has resigned from
the service and ha" gone to San Mar!- !
cial, N. 3L, where he expects to lo-
John Cavanaugh, brakeman on the S.
P., out of Los Angeles, passed through
El Paso Wednesday on his way to Ty
ler, Tex., to visit his parents for 30
Mrs. Ernest Durham, wife of passen
ger brakeman Durham of the South
western, expects to leave in a few days
on a visit to Fort Worth and Bloom
Yardmaster It. Hblz. of the G. H., at
Sanderson, is in El Paso on the sick
list. He was sick for a few days, but
is now improving. His wife is here
Vintori Rathburn, brakeman on the
Santa "Fe but of Las Vegas, N. M., has
been promoted to be a. conductor and
is now working Detween Las Vegas and
J. A. Jamison, switchman for the G
H. at alentine, has resigned from
t f MUKf and. accompanied by his
where he expects to locate.
and ."rakish" in appearance an alto
gether handsome car.
Full elliptic springs do away with the ne
cessity for shock absorbers that full
spring service is a wonder for riding
"We can make immediate delivery of these
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Roadster .... jjoo
AndJr Benten. fireman for the Santa
Fe at Belen, N. H., has resigned from
me service and is now visiting In El
faso for a few days, arter which he
inienas to go to -meson. Ariz.
S. Villnevava. night yard master for
the Mexico North Western at Juarez, j
"as none 10 aan Jiarciai. j. M.. on
a short business trip. Air. Villnevava
formerly -worked for the Santa Fe at
All the brick work on the crossing
of, Leon and Main streets or the G. H.
has been completed and cement is being
filled in between the rails. TIio nlno
railing which was put in from Leon to I
INorth Santa Fe street crossings along j
uie jiurin siae or Jiain street enables
people to keep off the tracks and is
expected to prevent accidents.
PIIOEXIX, ARIZ., 3TAX DIES
IX CHICAGO HOSPITAL.
Chicago, I1L, Oct." 10. Frederick
Stafford, 55 years old. a '.mining man
and oil operator with headquarters In
Phoenix, Ariz., died in the ."Polyclinic
hospital here from narcotic -poisoning.
He is said to have taken an oniate
while talking with his wife in Bridge-
ijll. iiia., attempting a reconciliation
after an estrangement of several
PHOEXIX REAL ESTATE MEX
WOULD STOP THEIIt K3TOCKIXG
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct 10. The real es
tate men of Phoenix have organized
a real estate board of trade with a
view toward doing away with the
"cuthroat," "knocking" system which
has prevailed to the great detriment
of the real estate men and of the city
aijd valley in general.
Pyramid Pile Kemrily Has Made the
Many a bad case of piles has been
cured by Just a trial package of Pyra
mid Pile Remedy. It always proves its
value and you can get the regular size
50 cent box from any druggist, but be
sure you get the kind you ask for.
Simply send your name and address
to Pyramid Drug Co., 446 Pyramid
Bldg., Marshall. Mich., and vou will re
ceive a sample package of the great
Pyramid Pile Remedy in plain wrapper,
by return mall, all charges prepaid.
Save yourself from the surgeon's
Knife and its torturt the doctor and
Irs bills Piratti'd Pil.- JUracdy will
do it an.l tbous inds ol t. tirr.or i.ils
t. 11 jou frri.r'jii ilK it is the woildsl
remedy for piles.
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RAISE DOLLAR FUND
FOR REPAIR OF ROAD
Automobile Club Plans to Put Demlng
Itoad in Better Shape Before Os-
Aple Jubilee Celebration.
Popular subscriptions of $1 from all
of the auto owners in El Paso are being
asked for by the Automobile club to
repair tne road to Demlng from El
Paso. An effort is being made to have
the road repaired before the Os-Anle
Jubilee and. a committee will call on
all of the auto owners to contribute to
the good roads fund.
Auto parties from Deming, Silver
City and other New Mexico towns are
being planned for the Os-Aple Jubilee
and the local autoists are anxious that
the road be in good condition for these
cars. There are 1000 yards of road
to be surfaced on the road before it
will be in condition for auto travel,
.the members of the club say. It Is for
the purpose of surfacing this stretch
of road that the $1 contributions are
being asked. The Southern Pacific
has consented to put in the railroad
crossing near Strauss, and with the
improvement of the sandy piece of road
the Borderland route will be in good
To John W. Hull, to erect a bunga
low, 3422 Montana street; estimated
To J. W. McCline. to erect outbuild
ing, 1523 Rio Grande street, estimated
Northeast corner of Missouri and
Newman streets W. C. Bulger to C.
W. Marshall, lots 17 to 21. block 39,
Franklin Heights; Consideration 52250;
October 0. 1912.
Northeast corner of Missouri and
Newman streets. Texas Homo com
puny to W. C. Bulger, lots 17 to 21,
block 39. FrAnklin Heights; consider
ation $1750; October 9, 1912.
South side of Stewart, between Fisher
and Putnam streets. Frank A. Black
and wife to W. A. Worley and wife,
iots 5 and 6, block 12. Sunset Heights;
consideration ?10; October 2, 1912.
Northeast corner of Upson and Mira
mon street. Miriam Michelson to
Charles E. Herbert, east one-half of
lots 16 to 20. block 25; Sunset Heights;
consideration 6400: October 3. 1912.
North side of La Lur. between Luna
botham and husband to Homer L. Ma-
gee, lots 6. 7. and 10 feet of lot S. .
block 111, East El Paso; consideration.
$z-uu; August 3i, iui-'.
North side of Kings Highway, be
tween Dyer and Partello streets I
Grand View Realty company to John I
ij. uyer. lots 1 to 16. block 9, Grand
View; consideration J1800; October 2.
North side La Luz between Luna and
Grama streets. Eliza Stdebotham and '
husband to Eleanor Ann Sidebotham. j
lots 6. 7. and west 10 feet of lot S. block '
111, East El Paso; consideration ?450; i
August 30, 1912. I
El Paso county, Texas A. G McMath
and wife to Jay F. Knox, sections 20, '
22. 2S, 32, 34. 46, block 78. public school I
land; consideration ?4S00; August 12, !
1912. ' j
South side of Oro, betweon French
avenue and Jefferson -street Fidel '
Alacon jto William French, undivided ;
one-half interest in lot 19. "block ?( !
French addition; consideration ?50; Oc-
toDer a, iviz.
Licensed to "Weil.
August Bergman and Sopliia Nelson.
Dirt lis GIrlK.
To Mrs aron Caldwell, 1907 Michi-s-Mn
,ifnao. October 3.
To Mrs Manuel Gustamantes. 11 4 i
dalgo all.y, October S .
ON THE way to the hill where
stood the Robbins house Helen
explained that she was going to
stop at her home and give Beatrice a
cup of tea before taking her on to the
bungalow, which she was to occupy
for the summer.
"Dr. Haynes got 'there with the little
girl -In time for luncheon," she ex
plained. "and as she was very tired he
-has insisted on her lying in the ham
mock on my veranda until your arrivaij
after which we will take her over to
your bungalow. I have ordered tea
served Just as soon as we reach the
"That Is kind Of you," said Beatrice,
gratefully. It seemed suddenly good
to be here away from the noise and
heat of the city. They passed other
equipages containing commuters re
turning from town, all having tho
Jaded appearance common to those who
have toiled in offices all day In tho
The wives, sisters and sweethearts
who had been to the station for them
were fresh and cool in their pretty
summer dresses. Beatrice glanced at
her companion-, whose pink lawn and
white hat trimmed with roses were in
sharp contrast to her own travel soiled
appearance. A sudden misgiving made
"Really, dear, a3 Mary and Jack have
gone on to the bungalow, I think you
would better take me there - too. I
want to make myself presentable be
fore I am seen by strangers.
- But Mrs. Robbins was determined.
"Indeed, you look all right" she In
sisted, "and there are no strangers at
my place just now only Dr. Haynes.
whom you know already. Besides
that we want to have a little chat to
gether, you and I. For now that we
are to be near neighbors for some
weeks we must plan for some good
"Very well," agreed Beatrice. She
would not let her friend guess how un
comfortable she felt at having Dr,
Haynes see her in her dusty traveling
garb. And yet, after all, what could
.one expect of a woman who had been
for an hour and a half on a stuffy
The doctor himself was on the
veranda as the two women drove up to
the Robbins home.
"All hail!" he called out gaily, com
ing forward to help them alight
"Here is the little princess lying in
state in the hammock and almost ready
to go home to bed."
Ho did not ask how Beatrice had
stood the Journey. All his thought
was for the child. The mother bent
over her little girl and kissed her
"Are you glad to be out here in this
pretty place, darling?" she asked.
"And will you be glad. too. to go with
me to our own little bungalow over
there among the trees? Jack and
Mary are there waiting for you."
"I'd raver stay hero if Dr. Haynes
stays, too," said the child wistfully.
The man laughed, well pleased, "But,
Honey," he said gently, "you want to
get to your own house and get a good
night's sleop. And I have to go back
to the city tonight you know. But
I'll be up often this summer. There is
a powerful attraction here," he added
The widow glanced at him, as she
fancied she detected a new note in his
voice. Was it only tenderness for the
sick child, or could It be that he was
beginning, to care for the child's
The. arrival of the .tray borne by a
maid checked further conjecture. The
tea was grateful to the hot and thirsty
woman, and she sighed with pleasure
as she sipped It She found herself
once more fond of Helen Robbins, as
she appreciated that in spite of petty
weaknesses, she was a good friend and
was doing all In her power to make
the lonely woman's advent -to a new
John Robbins. Helen's genial hus
band, who had come up from- the city j
in an early train today, joinea tne
party of tea drinkers, and the group
was a merry one. At last the physi
cian glanced at his watch.
"It is too bad," he said, "to break up
this happy party, but it Is getting late
and that small girl should go homo
nd to bed. Mrs. Robbins. are you
going to drive Mrs. Minor and Jean
home, or shall I get my car?"
"Of course, I'm going tD take them
home," declared Helen, rising with j
alacrity. "John, dear, please tell Mike j
to bring the horse arounu. i naa mm
tie him under the shed to await our
convenience." Then she turned impul
sively to Dr. Haynes.
"I say." she urged, "let's have some
fun this evening! You stay out here
as late as you can. I'll telephone
down to the Cedar Cliff Hotel for one
or two other men perhaps Paul May
nard among them and have f them up
for the evening, and Beatrice will join
us as soon as she sees the children
into bed and lias some dinner and a
little rest. .Don't you think it will ba
jolly?" she asked, appealing to tho
Beatrice's eyes lighted with antici
patory delight "Oh. I'd love It!" she
But the doctor shook his head. "I'm
sorry to put a damper on your plans,
dear Mrs. Robbins. But I really do
not think that Mrs. Minor ought to
leave her little girl tonight The
child will be In a strange place and Is
over-tired and may be feverish and
Helen shrugged her shoulders Impa
tiently. "I think it's a shame!" she
exclaimed. "I don't believe that Bea
trice can do the child any good by
staying cooped up there in the house
after Jean's -fast asleep. What do yon
"Apparently nothing," responded tho
widow stiffly, "since Dr. Haynes has
settled the matter for me."
Her cheeks were flushed and Helen
Robbins thought that her vexation
made her prettier than usual. Per
haps the physician thought so, too, for
he looked at her steadily for a mo
ment But his manner was that of
the business-like doctor when ho spoke.
"As I said before," he remarked
gravely. "I am sorry to have to seem
a spoil-sport But there will be many
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' have good times together, and my first
thought Is for my little patient And
it has also occurred to me that Mrs.
Minor wants to unpack her trunks to
night" There was a note of interrogation In
this .speech which made Beatrice .feel
that- some reply was expected of her.
With a swift change of mood, she de
termined to make the best of what
promised, to ,be an awkward situation.
This man should not have this chance
to consider her a fool. He may have
done so once; she would not let him
do so now!
"Really," she declared with a laugh
that sounded almost natural, "that is
what I was going to say myself. Be
sides, had I been consulted earlier I
would have made the same answer that
Dr. Haynes made for me that I could
not leave Jean this evening.
"When I expressed admiration of
3'our alluring plan, Helen, dear, I was
sincere, yet what I was about to add
to my exclamation of joy at the idea
was regret that tonight I must de
cline. Dr. Haynes spared me the
trouble of making that explanation.
And now I really think we must get
my dear little girl over to our own
As she bent once more over the tired
child, the doctor, watching, saw In her
the devoted-mother who would make
all things subservient to what she
considered her small daughter's wel
fare. MAY ESATBUSE
AUTO MAIL LINE
Receiver for Fort Saraner Land and
Canal Co. Reported Killed by
Fall From His Horse.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Oct 10. There are
persistent rumors of the probability of
an automobile mail line being estab
lished at an early date between this
place and Las Vegas, with a possioil
ity of continuing it to Ros trail; there
are also similar rumors current that as
soon as the mail contract can be se
cured the Vaughn-Roswell automobile
line will be extended to Las Vegas.
Owing to the serious Illness of Mrs.
Nora Brumback. superintendent of the
Santa Rosa high school, some tempor
ary changes have been made by the
school board. It Is thought that Mrs.
Brumback will be able to resume her
duties in the school by the first of the
The United States geological survey
has resumed dally readings of the river
gage at this point and. an engineer of
the survey is now at work on the
river- taking measurements at (various
Report has ben received here of the
sudden death of S. B. Whitlow, of Fort
Sumner. Mr. Whitlow was receiver for
the Fort Sumner Land and Canal com
pany, and was in attendance at court
here on Monday. He left Monday night
and attended a fair at La Lande, and
was accidentally killed by being thrown
from his hors while participating In
a horse race. No further details have
Many homesteaders have made final
proofs during the past week, a large
percentage of them being under the
new three year law. Several of these
are destined to be disappointed through
a misunderstanding of the require
ments of this law, which Is not so
favorable to the dry farmer as it was
thought to be when passed. Many have
given notice of Intention to make
proof, only to find when glying their
testimony that, while they have coin-'
piled with the old law they have fallen
short under the new law, and there is
much confusion in consequence, and
more to follow.
VffectH Only Those "Who Wear the
St Louis. Mo.. Oct 10. The women
are getting cordyza. the new disease,
according to Dr. Martin Woodruff, head
of the contagion department of the
health bureau. Cordyza makes an at
tack only at this time of year and is
patricularly vicious toward ladies who
wear low cut gowns. Many meet It
however, on street cars in cold morn
ings, or have met it by sticking their
feet out from under the covers the
night before. Cordyza goes every place
where there is thick, black smoke. Dr.
Woodruff says it is caused by carbonic
gas. One of the favorite times of at
tack Is when you change your under
wear, so Dr. Woodruff advises that
suits of the same weight be worn all
the year around.
OF ABE LINCOLN
The One the Emancipator Used to Em
ploy Ik Discovered In
Columbia, Mo.. Oct. 10. A diction
ary, which belonged to Abraham Lin
coln has just been received by the
state historical society of Missouri,
from W. W. Glass, a farmer of Mary
ville. Mo. On the fly leaf Is written
"Lincoln, 1772," and also, "A. Lincoln,
his book, bought in year of Our Lord,
1795." This "A Lincoln" is supposed to
have been an ancestor of Abraham Lin
coln's. The name of Thomas Lincoln,
father of the president, is also writ
ten in the book. Mr. Glass found the
book in the attic of a house on his
Hancock county farm In 1879. The
place adjoined farms owned by three
cousins of Lincoln.
TOWNSITE COMPANY HAS 6
ELECTION AT BOWIE, ARIZ.
Bowie, Ariz., Oct 10. A reorganiza
tion and election of officers of the
Bowie Improvement and Townsite com
pany have been effected. M. Reppy,
of Florence. Ariz., was elected presi
dent Mr. Thumb of Safford. secretary.
Directors are Reppy. Thumb and Col
ton. J. H. Jaque. and W. P. Howie, of
Bowie. This company owns 160 acres
north of the S. P. track, and adjoin
ing the present townsite. and Is be
ing laid off in town lots and acreage
tracts and will be put on the market
J. H. Jaque, real estate man. and
secretary of the Bowie Commercial
club, has moved his offices in tne
1 building formerly occupied by Parduo
on Central avenue, near the postof-
It is keeping the local lumber com
pany busy supplying building ma
terial, lumber, lime and cement to the
I town, has his new residence under way.
1 which will be frame, and modernly
finished, with -bath and running water.
The new Howell hotel is now com-j
nlete. and is being furnished. It will be
formally opened for business In a few
J. B. Frazler of Rockport, Texas, a
real estate and townsite man. spent a
week in Bowie with his wife looking
over the homesteads. Both he and his
wife filed on 320 acres, two miles south
of town. Mr. Frazier is returning home
to close his business there and return
to make Bowie his permanent home
and figures on spending considerable
money in improvements on his claims.
WILI. BVII.D SALT UKE L1XK
IF COLORADO CONSTRUCTS TUXNBL
Denver, Colo.. Oct 9. Xewman Erb.
ot New York, representing the new
controling interests of the Denver.
Northwestern & Pacific railroad, speak
ing before the Denver real estate ex
change, declared if Colorado would aid
In building tho proposed tunnel
through the continental divide givinsr
othc- ra iroads the right to its U'e.
h in1 bis ass'H iit - -wouM "J . in
j complete the line to Silt Lake a' nee.
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F. J. Ivellogg Co., 1512 Hoffmaster
Blocb, Battle Creek, Mich.
Send me by return mall, free of
charge, a 59-cent trial box of tho
wonderful discovery for nerves, Kel
logg's Sanitono Wafers. I enclose
6 cents In stamps to help pay post
age and packing.
Street or R.FJ.. ........
City ....... State.
The regular $L00 size of Kellogg's
Sanltone Wafers are for sale In El Paso
at TTpITv X- Pollard. 281 N Orpsron St -
.Knoblauch Drug Co., 300 Mesa Ave.; A.
E. Ryan & Co, 212 San Antonio St :
Fred Sctiafer, 204 Mesa Ave., Rio
Grande Drug Co., Potter Drus Co., 101
S. El Paso St
No free boxes front druggists.
EL PASOAN KILLED
IN TAMPICO DISASTER
W. S. Rue, 1205 Myrtlo avenue, has
received notice of the death of his
soninlaw, Roy Hamrick. who was
killed in a powder explosion at Tam-
pico, Mex Monday. Mrs. Hamrick and
her child were visiting aer father in
El Paso at the time of the explosion.
Hamrick was an electrician and worked
In El Paso before going to Mexico.
Mrsl Blankenship Tells of Her
Restoration to Health by
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Elliston, Va. "I feel it my dntyto
express my thanks for what Lydia R.
Pmknam s Vegeta
ble Compound has
done lor me. I 'wbs
a sufferer from fe
male troubles and
had been confined in
bed over one third of
my time for ten
months. I could not
do my housework
and had fainting
spells so thatmyhns
band could not leave
ne akrae for five minutes at a time.
"Now I have been restored to health
and it has come from taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. When
ever I see a suffering woman I want to
tell her Vrhnt this mpr1irinA Tins rlnnft
.r ,- j t jh i r. a
ormeand il will always speak a good
worn ior it." Mrs. kobert ijlauk
enship, Elliston, Va., Montgomery Co.
"Was Helpless Now "Well.
Trenton, Mo. "About two years ago
I had female trouble and inflammation so
kad that I was lite-ally helpless and had
to be tended like a baby. I could net
move my body or lift my foot for such
severe pains that I had to scream. I was
very nervous and had a weakness.
"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound has helped me to such an extent
that I think there is no medicine like it
xf or female troubles. I am up and able
to do my work again and I give you full
permission to publish my letter for the
sake of other suffering women." Mrs.
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