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EL PASO HERAXD
12 "Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1912
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time to send us your
suits and all outer
winter apparel for
There k no better method
of cleaning on earth. You
can find cheaper ones, bat
y prove costlier in the long
run. Don t entrust expens
ive garments to less capable
cleaners you save a few
cents and lose many dollars.
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216 Mesa Avenue, 701 Texas.
TeL 786, 787, 791.
II Church Affairs lllj ill I Oat Of Town Visitors I
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STOMACH SOUR? GOT
Pape's DiapepsLa" makes
upset stomachs feel fine
in five minutes.
If what yon just ate ta souring on
vour stomach or lies like a lump of lead,
refusing to digest or you belch gas and
eructate sour, undigested food, ot have
a feeling of dizziness, heartburn, full
ness, nausea, bad taste In mouth and
stomach headache this is indigestion.
A full case of Pape's Diapepsin costs
only fifty cents and will thoroughly
cure your out-of-order stomach and
leave sufficient about the house In case
some one else in the family may suf
fer from stomach trouble or indiges
tion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the
formula plainly printed on these fifty
cent cases, then you will understand
why dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must
go, ard why they usually relieve sour,
out-of-order stomachs or indigestion fn
five- minutes. Diapepsin is harmless
and tastes like candy, though each dose
contains power sufficient to digest and
prepare for assimilation into the blood
all the food you eat; besides, it makes
ou go to the table with a healthy ap
petite: bat, what will please you most.
is that you will feel that your stomach
and intestines are clean and fresh, and
ou will not need to resort to laxatives
or liver pills for biliousness or consti
pation. This city will have many Diapepsin
cranks, as some people will call them,
but you will be cranky about this splen
did stomach pieparation, too, if you
ever try a little for indigestion or gas
tritis or any other stomach misery.
Get some now, this minute, and for
ever rid yourself of stomach trouble
and indigestion. Adv.
Douglas. Ariz., Oct. 16. Carrying of
concealed deadly weapons in Douglas
is being discouraged by justice Ben
Rice, who has assessed two fines of
i on days to two Mexicans within the
last two days. Antonio Resales, a Mex
ican federal soldier, who was appre
hended with a bayonet hidden inside
his shirt, was the first to receive the
sentence. Antonio Sanchez, a smelter
man, drew a revolver upon patrolman
Courtney when the officer interfered
between him and a woman. Courtney
proved the quicker with his weapon
and secured the 'drop.' When the Mexi
can's gun was examined it 'was found
not to be loaded, although he had a
round of cartridges in his pocket.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Graham, of 1300
North Oregon street, deligntfully en
tertained a few friends Tuesday eve
ning at "Five Hundred." The house
was decorated in green and white,
the flower used being the chrysanthe
mum. Punch was served during the
game and at the close of the evening, a
salad course. The hostess was assisted
by Mrs. H. G. Clunn. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hoke. Mr.
and Mrs. H. G. Clunn. Mesdames R.
Mandell, J. Hockheimer, Miss Estelle
Brunner. Messrs. Parker Burnham,
Robert P. Dorman, Otis A. Aultman, T.
a. Milan, i. jjein ana a. l. iatcn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley will enter
tain at bridge Thursday evening in
honor of Mrs. Colleys brother and
bride, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. MeConn. of
Kansas City. Mo, who will visit here
for two weeks.
Mrs. B. M. Worsham will entertain
at bridge on Thursday afternoon at her
home on Montana street.
Mrs. L J. Gilchrist is entertaining
the Wednesday afternoon bridge club
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. Thomas C. Van Bpps left this
morning for a trip to Seattle. Wash.
While away Mrs. Van Bpps will visit
In Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hawks have re
turned from a month's trip in Califor- I
Tuesday afternoon at the Calvary
Houston Square church an Interesting
missionary meeting 'was held. The topic
for the day was "Worldwide Missions."
Mrs. Frank Scott and Mrs. H. Myers
were leaders for the day.
The following was the program
A paper on China, Mrs. T. It Peach.
Japan, Mrs. F. A. Hodge.
Africa, Mrs. Z. W. Sarrels.
Talk on Africa, Rev. R. T. TlnVg.
Africa, Mrs. F. A. Hodge.
Italy, Mrs. C A. Busch.
Talk on Italy by the pastor. Rev. R.
T. Hanks. '
Mexico, Mrs. T. F. KlmbalL
Talk on Mexico, Rev. R. T. Hanks.
Brazil, Mrs. T. M. White.
Talk on Brazil, Rev. R. T. TTanfrg.
"Christ a3 a Worldwide Missionary"
Mrs. H. Myers.
"Western Women in Eastern Lands"
Mrs. W. H. Vance.
A business meeting followed, after
which Mrs. L. Frankenburger, Mrs. T.
W. Givens and Miss Josephine Frank
enburger served light refreshments.
The members of Saint Cecelia's choir
entertained on Tuesday evening, at the
borne of Miss Dixie Fassett, in nonor
of Miss Ethel Howard, the director of
the choir, and who is to be a fall bride.
Games and dancing were enjoyed.
Prizes in the games were won by Miss
Lucille Maloney and Jim Ferry. Miss
Howard was presented with a half dosen
silver teaspoons by the choir, J. L. Jor
don making the presentation speech.
Those present were: Misses Ethel How
ard. Ruth Howard, Rachel Howard,
Dixie Fassett, Lucille Maloney, uora
Grady, Margaret Ferry, Annie Ferry,
Mary Ronan, Minnie Heisler, Katherine
Heisler, May Kunneman. AoV.lena Es
cajeda; Messrs. Leo Heisler, Jim Ferry.
J. L. Jordon, Carl Ronan, John Fassett,
Will Grady. Mark Redding, J. L. Neeson,
Hughes, Will Fassett.
There "will be a Hallowe'en social at
the home of Mrs. J. W. Johnson, 1119
San Antonio street, on Friday afternoon
at 3 oclock. This is the first given by
the Aid of the First Methodist church,
this conference year.
The Aid society of the First Can- j
gregational church on Thursday will
give an "English tea, complimentary to
the neighborhood of the church.
The first meeting of the year of the
missionary society of the First Pres
byterian church was held Tuesday
afternoon at the church. Mrs. W. B.
Long, the vice president, presided and
Miss Kate Fink was secretary pro
tempore. Mrs. S. T. Miller was elected
secretary. Miss Gertrude Bell sang
"God Give Us Peace." The current
events were given by Mrs. J. W. John
son. The subject for the afternoon was
"Hindooism," taken from the "Light
of the World." by Robert K. Spier,
which book has been selected for the
study this year. Mrs. J. B. Townsend
and Mrs. H. T. Bowie gave very inter
esting papers on this subject;
The hostess at the social meeting- fol
lowing were Mrs. Harris Walthall and
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 34S, night.
A Novelty Suit
DarnaiL Tea was served.
The Aid society of the aet El Paso
Presbyterian church will meet Thurs
day at 2:20 oclock' at the church.
Thursday evening at 7 oclock a
banquet will be given in the basement
of Trinity Methodist church in honor
of Rev. C Wesley WebdelL pastor of
the church, and Rev. J. Allen Ray,
presiding elder' of this district, and
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The dainty taffeta coats worn with
lingerie dresses were so much admired
that the idea has been developed in
heavier materials. An example of this
Is shown here.
! The coat Is of black velvet, with a
Vest and facing of white bengaline.
Buttons and buckles used are of rainbow-colored
pearL Under the coat Is
a skirt of blue cloth, draped to a nar
row panel in front and back.
Mrs. J. L. Campbell and daughter,
The Very Best Alfatfa
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Obliging Clerk: "Well, little girl.
what can I do for you today?"
Little Girl: "M like a ouart of mo
lakek. I can't say molakek, so I have
to say molakek." Lipplncottfe.
Dyspepsia a&d Iadigestlen
Take one pound of prunes, one-quarter
pound of raisins, three tablespoon
f uls of sugar, "boil in sufficient water to
obtain one quart of syrup; cool and mix
with an equal amount of Duffy's pure
malt whiskey. This simple formula,
originally prescribed by Dr. F. J. Kluss
man, of Toledo, Ohio, will prove very
efficient in cases of deranged stomachs,
dyspepsia or nausea, and will require
no additional drag or flavor. Adv.
Marion, will return to the city Thurs- j
aay xrom Ainuquerque, jn. jl, where
they spnt a 'week.
Mrs. Lucy Gordon and daughter
have returned from Seattle and Cali
fornia points, where they remained all
Frederick B. Terrell, first lieutenant
of the 22d infantry, has returned from
California, -where he has been taking
his leave. He will rejoin his command
at Fort Bliss.
The Coming of Cold "Weather.
While cold weather In Bl Paso has
some drawbacks, there are many com
pensations as well. One of them is the
delicious hot drinks served at our foun
tain. Already we have started to serve
hot chocolate, and it is pronounced to
be the most delicious to be found aay
where in El Paso. As the winter sea
son advances, other hot drinks -will be
added. In conclusion, we will say
especially when cold weather catches
you, do not merely wait for a car, but
wait at our fountain. Scott White &
Co., Mills BIdg. Advertisement.
Judge Stuart Overton, wife and son,
Fred, of Oovis, X. M., are in the city
Dr. F. N. Carrier, chief surgeon of the
Chino Copper company, and J. Ward,
spent the day here Tuesday on a short
business trip from Santa Rita, N. M.
E. D. Brown, of Clint, Texas, Is spend
ing a few days in town.
S. W. English and Capt R. L. Pol
lock, of Austin, Tex registered at the
Toltec club Tuesday.
D. R- McCormick. of San Antonio,
Texas, is in town for a short time.
J. W. Rhea and J. B. Rhea, ' eattle
operators of prominence, are in the city
from the Pecos valley.
Mrs. Edward Christian and Miss Mar
garet Christian have returned to their
home in Austin, Texas, after visiting
their daughter and sister, Mrs. H. J.
Simmons, of this city.
W. M. Piatt, assistant general sales
manager of the Bl Paso Milling com
pany. Ltd, will move his family here
from Chicago. They will arrive this af
ternoon on the Golden State limited
from the east and will make their home
Mrs. K. D. Franklin has as her guest
Mrs. H. E. Runkle.
Capt. Frederick Sischern. TJ. S. A of
Memphis, Tenn is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. George Bovee.
Frank Rapsey, formerly of El Paso,
but now making his home in Los
Angeles. Calif.. Se spending ten days
with friends here.
f Need ' Since Vf Ask l
Glasses? J 1901 I Segall I
Facts Are Stubborn Things
rHERE are many facts connected with the optical
business in El Paso with which the public is
acquainted. There are many others with which it
is not. One of the main fads that is generally
known is that the "Segall optical service" has for the last
eleven years stood for everything that is progressive.
THIS BRINGS US TO THE INDISPUT
ABLE FACT THAT WHEN YOU NEED
GLASSES YOU SHOULD "ASK SEGALL"
230 Mesa Avenue
What 10 Percent Reduction Means.
For the balance of the week we will
continue to give a ten percent reduc
tion on every article of furniture in
the store. Ten percent; on the face of
it. may not seem a radical reduction,
but when you see the already low
prices and the superior quality of fur
niture on which this reduction is based,
you will find it Indeed attractive.
Whether you need only a single piece
of furniture or enough to furnish a
whole house or flat, you will find that
you will save considerable and set su
perior furniture by taking advantage
of our present Ten Per Cent Reduction
Sale. El Paso Household Furnishing
Co., Cor. Mills and Stanton Sts. Adv.
School teachers will find that we of
fer at all times a service in manicur
ing and halrdressing that is the best in
El Paso. Elite Parlors, S16 Texas
Tickling in the throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice, indicate the need of BAL
LARD'S HOREHOUND STRUP. It
eases the lungs, quiets the cough and
restores health in the bronchial tubes.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold
by Scott White Co., three stores.
The gay and festive are waiting with
impatience the opening of the social
season which will occur Friday night
with a dance given by the Social club
at the Toltec ballroom. Many of the
women of king Os-Aple's court from
the other towns will arrive to be pres
ent at this Introductory affair of the
The Catholic Young People's asso
ciation will give a dance In the Knights
of Columbus hall this evening at S
There will bo no dance given at Fort
Bliss on Friday evening, and no danees
will be given there during the month
The officers' wives of Fort Bliss are
"at home today to their friends from
Mrs. A. A. Mejcher is entertaining
the Kensington club this afternoon at
her home on Diaz street-
The first meeting of the Current
Events and Literary department of the
Woman's club will be held at the home
of Mrs. W. R. Brown on Wednesday
afternoon at three oclock. Mrs. A. M.
Loomls will be In the chair.
Mies Myra Lee is the first Chinese
woman to register as a voter in Los
Angeles, CaL She is the daughter of
Chinese parents, bu.t was born in this
country. Her father is a wealthy mer
chant, and she is studying to teach
Isnusn Jiieraiure ana American icrexm
in the land of her parents.
Keep the Kidneys Well
Health Is "Worth Saving, and Seme El
Paso People Knew Hew
Many El Paso people take their lives
in their hands by neglecting the kid
neys when they know these organs
need help. Sick kidneys are responsible
for a vast amount of suffering and ill
health the slightest delay is danger
ous. Use Doan's Kidney Pille a rem
edy that has cured tnodsands of kidney
sufferers. Here is an El Paso dtizen'3
H. A. Cooper, blacksmith, 808 Over
land St.. El Paso. Texas, says: "At
various times I have used Doan's Kid
ney Pills and they have always done
Food work. On account of my work.
frequently have trouble from my kid
neys, causing my back to ache. Some
years ago 'when I was having one of
these spells I saw Doan's Kidney Pills
advertised and got a box. In a short
time their use cured me. Since then on
various occasions I have taken Doan s
Kidney Pills and they have always been
very beneficial. I cannot recommend
them too highly."
For sale oy all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foeter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
El Pasoans Away
Mrs. J. T. Grant and niece. Miss Ruth
Phillips, returned Tuesday from a visit
to Clevdnad, Ohio. Miss Phillips will
remain here for the winter with Mrs.
Grant at her home. 71 North Virginia
Mr. and Mrs. J. Winner announce the
engagement of their brother, I. S. Win
ner, of El Paso, to Mrs. E. Ehrlich, of
Texarkana, Tex. The wedding will take
place some time in January in this city.
The Terpslchorean club will hold tis
next dance on Wednesday, October 23,
at the Toltee club.
The regular meeting of the O.
will be held this evening.
About El Pasoans
John T. Cain returned to his duties
as deputy clerk Tuesday after an ill- j
ness of several aays.
Perfection Oil Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 308 Mills St.
Mrs. Eva Walker. 3f Buckler build
ng, has been critically ill, but is slowly
Mrs. R. F. Campbell is much
proved from her recent illness.
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Our Highest Price
In the Regent $3.50 shoe -we can give
you is good up-to-date styles and qual
ities as you have heen in the habit of
EXPERT SHOE FITTERS.
215 El Paso St.
1-2 Block South of New Hotel
To C E. Herbert, to make alterations,
907 Upson avenue; estimated cost, MOO.
To Luis Madrid, to erect an adobe,
S10 Hill street; estimated value, $300.
To P. Boudeau, to fcuiW an adobe.
3607 Alamagordo street; estimated
To J. B. Fletcher to erect flues 1105
and 3109 Bisbee street; estimated cost.
To J. B. Carson, to build a shed, -ear
of building. 1208 Magoffin avenue; es
To W. B. Wise, to make repairs. 105
North Stanton street; estimated cost,
To F. Castillo, to erect an adobe,
Juarez avenue; estimated value, S75.
To C. M. Youngberg, to erect brick
apartment house, Ochoa and Third
streets; estimated value, $4500.
To A. H. Anderson to build a brick
bungalow, Hueco street, block 121,
East El Paso: estimated value $2400.
To W. W. Greek, to erect a tile ware
house, Virginia, street; estimated value,
To Juan Rubalcorda, to build a brick
cottage. Fourth and Virginia streets;
estimated value, $800.
Northeast corner of La Luz and
Travis streets Blanch Albro and hus
band to Homer S. Chilton and Marie
Chilton, lots 1 and 2, block 33, Govern
ment Hill; consideration $2100; Octo
ber 1. 112. .
Ysleta, Tex. Charles A. King and
'wife to Larina. J. Childers, 8.14 acres.
Ysleta grant; consideration $10; October
On the east side of Myles, between
Nashville and Mobile streets Mrs. M.
E. Kerr and husband to Elisabeth Cun
ningham, lots 7 to 10, block 60, Altura
park; consideration $10; October 4, 1912.
San Eiizario, Tex. C P. Bsall, W. E.
Beall and Mary Beall to H. D. Camp
and H. P. Jackson, 48.08 acnes, San
Eiizario grant; consideration $1750;
September 9. 1912.
San Eiizario, Tex. H. D. Camp and
H. P. Jackson to E. M. Lawrence, jr.,
surveys 50 and 78, San Eiizario island;
consideration $2,180.80; September 25,
San Eiizario, Tex. H. D. Camp and
H. P. Jackson to E. M. Lawrence, jr..
49.55 acres. San Eiizario grant; con
sideration $1982: September 25, 1912.
San Eiizario, Tex. H. D. Camp and
H. P. Jackson to E. M. Lawrence, jr.,
48.08 acres, San Eiizario grant; consid
eration $1,921.20; September 25. 1912.
Licensed to Wed.
Jesus Talamantes and Anna Flores.
1145 Harry Ellas, San Jose, Tex.,
1146 Tom Allen, 3526 Frutas street;
seven passenger Northern.
To Mrs. J. T. Arviau. 3617 Madera
street; -September 26.
To Mrs. Randolph Terry, 3115 Bisbee
street; October 13.
To Mrs. Jesus Limenez, 808 El Paso
street; September 28.
To Mrs Euseleio Perez. 1203 South
El Paso street; October 10.
To Mrs. Matilde Orona. 905 South
Virginia strc-t-t; October 12.
H. A. Carpenter, of the -Two Repub
lics Life Insurance company, has left
for a business trip to Tucson, Ariz.
J. W. Pickens left Tuesday for Nor
. Oscar Padua has left for Morenci,
Ariz, on a business trip.
T. Race left
Dr. William T. Baird has gone to
Chicago, 111., to spend a month.
Fred Bauer has gone to Globe. Ariz.,
on a short business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Brown and Dr.
and Mrs. L G Witherspoon will be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Turney
on their ranch at Alpine. Texas. The
party will leave Thursday afternoon
and will probably be gone a fortnight.
Mtos Mary Lewis has gone to Almore.
Tex, to teach school.
Mrs. T. M. Jones is entertaining this
afternoon complimentary to her daugh
ter. Mrs. Ernest Jones. Mrs. John W.
McClure and Mrs. Frank Brooks.
Miss Estelle Brunner entertained this
afternoon in honor of Miss Ethel How
Don't Be Fussy
Your Stomach Will Digest Any Kind of
Feed When Given the Proper
We are prone to fall in to the error
of singling out some article of food
and soundly berating the fiend who
first invented the dish. The habit
grows with some people till almost all
food is put on the blacklist. This is
all wrong. What is required is a lit
tle assistance with those agencies upon
which scientific students for many
years have set their seal of approval
because they have become absolute
facts. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets for
all stomach disorders are recognized:
they have a fine record; they are rated
reliable, dependable and worthy of con
fidence, just as the president of a big
bank puts his O. K. on a depositor's
check. And so you can eat what you
want, whatever you like, knowing well
that should indigestion, sour risings.
eras formations, fermentations or any I
other stomach distress arise, Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets in a few moments
will put you right.
Coated tongue, bad breath, heart
burn, belching, flatulency, bloat all
the symptoms of digestive troubles
disappear quickly when these tablets
are used. They are not a cure for
anything but dyspepsia and kindred
complaints. But they have brought re
lief to more sufferers from digestive
diseases than all the patent medicines
and doctor's prescriptions pat together.
The stomach does the heaviest work
of any of the bodily organs, yet it's
the one we treat with the least regard.
We eat too much of the wrong kind
of food at any time. The patient
stomach stands such treatment as long
as it can and then it rebels. You get
notice of the rebellion in the shape
of the gases and pains caused by un
digested, fermenting food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabets are sold
and recommended by all druggists at
50c a box Advertisement.
You felt helpless when that cold snap came the other
night and you had no fire in the furnace-now didn't you?
I can hear you saying " If I'd only bought that
Reznor Gas H
Of course it's not too late. Get one today and either
take it home with you or have it sent you know there's
no mystery about a REZNOR you can connect it to
any gas fixture by the tubing, you can carry it from room
to room, according to your wishes, and it will go right to
work the minute you light it
Another thing about the Reznor Gas Heater, it's
economical because you only burn gas when heat is
needed and it will furnish all the, heat that is needed.
We have them in every style and type at prices
ranging from $3.00 to $10.00.
, Get One At Once
aso Gas & Electric Ci-
425 N. Oregon St