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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 2, 1912
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S. S. WORKERS MEET
Many in Carrizoco to Attend Sessions of
Sunday School Association Gov
ernor McDonald at Home,
Carrizozo. T. M, Not. 2. The ses
sions of the Lincoln County Sunday
s.-bool association, which opened at the
Methodist church here today at 2 p. m.,
fromise to be one of the most interesting
meetings the association has ever held.
Delegates from practically every school
intbe county will be in attendance; Rev.
W. C. Merritt, the field secretary for
the southwest of the International Sun
day School association, will be present
and deliver several addresses, and H. B.
Durkee, secretary of the Young Men's
Christian association of EI Paso, and
other prominent Sunday school workers
of the southwest are also on the list of
speakers. This afternoon s session opens
with a round table led by Dr. Merritt,
a conference, at which the topics are
'"An Hour With the Primary Department.-'
"The Cradle Boll,- "The Little
Beginners," "The Primary Class Proper,"
and a paper bv Mrs. Ellis on The
Juniors. Nine to Twelve Years What
Shall We Try to Do for Them?" At the
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The Jackson Grocery Co., and Stand
ard Grocery Co., having consolidated
have decided to put on a "Get Ac
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STRICTLY FRESH KANSAS EGGS
Per dozen .
Gold Coin Hoar. Tare Soft Wheat"
2 lb. sack O ia
48 lb. sack
for ... , .
American Lady Fkmr, "Pure Hard
48 lb. sack
83-4 lb. sack Corn Meal
2 pkgs. Ralston Buckwheat
Flour for &iO
Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, f fi
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2 pkgs. Golden Dates
Imported Turideh Figs, per Of
3 large cans Milk
Xew Crop English Wafcrats,
New Crop Almonds,
XV Crop Nigger Toes,
New Crop Currants,
2 pkgs. for
3 medium size or 1 large size O gj
Makerel for uDC
2 lb. Box White Spray
100 WHTKD SACK BRAX
Our phones are kept mighty busy these monads, so if you please telephone
in the afternoon for your next day's needs we can give you better service.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Jackson Grocery Co.
Standard Grocery Co.
musical service and an address by Rev.
Mr. Merritt on "Adolescence, Its Prob
lems; How We May Meet Them."
The Sunday sessions begin at 2 oclock
with a praise service and the election
of officers. Mr. Merritt will make n
address and principal Charles L. Schreck
of the Carriaozo public schools will pre
sent a paper on '"Parents How to Get
and Keep Them."
Governor William C. McDonald has
Arrived to remain at his home here until
after election day. He will spend the
time during his stay looking after pri
vate business matters, mating a trip
to the Block rand, where his company
has several thousand head of cattle, and
Monday evening he will address a local
mass meeting of Democrats. Mrs. Mc
Donald accompanied him. as also adiu-
'tant general A. S. Brooks, who is also
expected to make an address. The gov
ernor does not hesitate to predict the
election of Woodrow Wilson, and feels
extremely hopeful over the prospects of
a Democratic victory in New Mexico.
BUT THKRK IS A DIFF"KRKXCE.
Casey (watching- the golfers): "Oi
don't see anny difference bchnne thot
TTBrien: "Yea don't e7 Well yea
would whin pay day kem around."
., r. 35c
2 lb. box Dainty Oodfish
Pig-'s Feet, in kits,
each, for ,
Miksbers per tot
3 cans hand packed
2 cans Standard Corn
2 lbs. large size or 3 lbs.
medium size Prunes for..
2 Mm. New Seeded Raisins
New Pack Aspangae
1 Hi. Tall Can Tips
2 lb. Tall can Tips
Large Whoto drees, per
Large Whole White, per
Liquid Veneer Everybody Uses It
25c Size Bottles 3f
50c Size Bottles
$100 Size Bottles
OCedar Polish Mop
CUSUTL IF (ICE
Service at Dutch Reformed Church, Attended by Imme
diate Family, Is Followed by Service From Utica
Presbyterian Church, Attended by the Presi
dent, Members of Congress and Many
Other Men in Public Life5
Utica, N. Y, Nov. 2. Attended by
president Taft, senators, representatives
and hundreds of other men in public life,
the funeral service over the Body of the
late vice president, James S. Sherman,
was held this afternoon, the service
at the house began at 1 oclock and was
conducted by Dr. L. H. Hoiden of the
Reformed Dutch church, who is the fam
ily pastor. It was conducted in the
presence of only a few outside the im
mediate family. These consisted of Mrs.
Sherman and her three sons and then
wives, and of brothers and sisters of
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman' and their fam
ilies. There was a profusion of flowers.
Dr. Hoiden did not depart from the
prescribed forms of the Dutch church,
which include scriptural quotations and
formulated prayers, the service closing
with the Lord's Prayer and a benedic
tion. Immediately after the last words fell
from the pastor's lips, preparations were
begun for the removal of the body to
the Presbyterion ehurch, and the proces
sion soon beean its solemn march.
The services at the First Presbyterian i
church began at S oclock and were in
charge of the Rev. W. M. Stryker, presi
dent of Hamilton college. Mr. Sherman
and Dr. Stryker were class mates at
Hamilton college and members of the
same fraternity. Mr. Sherman since
boyhood had been a member of the col
lege church at Clinton, of which Dr.
Stryker was pastor, and. although the
vice president had attended the Dutch
Reformed church for years, he never
gave up his membership in the college
Mourn the Man. j
Dr. Stryker' s address at the funeral
of vice president Sherman was very J
brief. He said: I
"In solemn and united mourning-, but
Cambridge. Mass., Nqv. 2. Harvard
won from Princeton. 16 to C, In the an
nual football game between the two
colleges here today.
The game started sharp at two
oclock, with Dewitt kicking to Har
vard on Harvard's 15 yard line. The
ball was run back 13 yards. Felton
kicked on the first down, out of bound
on Princeton's 45 yard line. Baker car
ried the ball on a wing shift and made
four yards. Waller made three more
and then Capt. Pendleton made a first
down on a rush around Harvard's left
end to Sarvard.8 40 yard Una. On the
next down there was holding bar Prince-
kion and a. 18 yard penalty sent the ban
back into the Tigers teritory- Alter
an ineffectual rush back the ball was
carried back three yards.
.Both Forced to Kick.
Harvard started rushing with a three
yard gain 'by Capt. Wendell through
tackle. Felton kicked to Pendleton on
Princeton's 21 yard line, where a fair
catch was made. Dewitt was thrown
back for a three yard loss and then,
after fumbling the pass. Waller made
IS yards, around Harvard's right end.
Dewitt kicked to Hardwick on Har
vard's 30 yard line and the ball was
run back six yards.
Felton kicked to Pendleton on Prince
ton's 2 yard line and the Princeton
captain dodged six Harvard forwards
before he waa downed on the Tigers' 37
yard line. Bradley took Wendell's place
at fullback for Harvard. Waller made
two yards through Harvard's right
tackle on a wing shift play. Dewitt
struggled through for three more. De- j
witt kicked to Harvard's 22 yard line, I
where Brickley felt om the ball without j
gain. Felton then kicked to Pendle
ton in the center of the field. The
Princeton captain muffed it, but recov
ered the ball on Princeton's 43 yard
Forward Pass Snecessfnl.
Princeton was making good gains
when there came a five yard nenalty
er offside play. Ob a fake kick Wal
ler lost 10 yards.
The first forward pass by Prince
ton was successful, Dewitt to S. Baker,
but there was no gain and Dewitt
kicked outside of Harvard's 16 yard
line. Up to this point Princeton had
Felton kicked and it was IXrlnceton's
ball on their 45 yard line. The Tigers
could not gain and the ball was kicked
to Gardner to Hardner on Harvard's 46
yard line. A punt of 78 yards was
kicked to Princeton's territory. S. Ba
ker made two yards on a quarterback
run, Pendleton four on a triple pass,
and another two yard gain was suffi
cient for a first down on Princeton's 30
Pendleton was hurled back for a loss
and the period ended with the ball in
Princeton's possession on their 23 yard
Score end of first .period: Harvard,
0; Princeton, 6.
Kleka Geal From Field.
In resuming play Dewitt punted
without material gain and it was Har
vard's ball on Princeton's 32 yard line.
On a series of rushes, coupled with
ANOTHER EL PASO
MAN GIVES VIEWS
Says Plant Juice is Self-Advertising
and Relates His
Mr. Russell P. Miller, who is a gov
ernment ore sampler at the El Paso
Smelting Co.'s plant and whose home
Is at 602 Montana street, has the fol
lowing to say:
"I want to get another bottle of
Plant Juice. I guess that Plant Juice
advertises Itself. I have been an
noyed for some time with a liver trou
ble that kept getting a little worse.
Would have pains in the region of the
liver and a dull pain and congested
feeling in my side and sometimes in
my back. I have used one bottle of
Plant Juice and the pain and conges
tion is gone. The Plant Juice has been
all right in my cast "
Hundreds of other Texas people are aKo
finding Plant Juice just right in their
cases. The man or woman who !s
physically run down, who is debili
tated, nervous, dyspeptic, constipated,
bilious or has any catarrhal affliction
will find immediate relief and cure in
Plant Juice. It is the newest and most
reliable tonic and curative of the age
and an absolute bpecific for all de
ransoraents of the stomach, liver, kid
neys and blood, it will Uo ou moie
good than anything you have ever
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EULOGY AT FUNERAL
with calm gratitude and devout hope
we are met in this house of faith to
remember him wlose form is here in all
the mysterious dignity of death.
"The high representatives of the na
tion and the state meet with us with
keen human sympathies, to make, how
ever inadequately a sincere tribute of
manly regard and affection to the name
of a fellow servant and aa endeared
companion. We mourn the vice presi
dent, but most of us mourn the man.
"Even with utmost brevity I may
career; nor his honors. All these things I
are legible, written past recall. Our I
hearts review mem. nor can we ever
forget. Least of all I lead you into
those sactitiee of domestic love where
legacy is so enduring.
"Here be it remembered that his
sources of courage and patience were
deep in that spiritual rock of which he
drank. Quietly' but steadfastly for long
years be had confessed his master be
Good servant, great heart, gentle
"We the pilgrims of the night still
lodging in tents hall thy secure abode
where all shadows are swallowed up of
"Let the mortal put on Immortality.
"Thanks be to God for every good
fight ended, for every victory v. a
through pain, for the completion of our
salvation, guided by angel hands To
where, beyond these voices there is
CUSTOM HOUSE AND POSOFFICE
CLOSE; FLAGS AT HALF MAST
Tue United States custom hiuse was
closed all day Saturday because of the
funeral of vice president James S. Sher
man. The custom house flag was low
ered to half mast during the day and
np work was done by the custom em
ployes except by the inspectors at the
bridges. The postoffice was closed
from 12 until 4 Saturday afternoon by
order of the postmaster general. At
Fort Bliss a salute was fired in honor
of the dead vice president during the
hour df the funeral.
frequent penalties on Princeton for off
side play, Harvard brought the ball to
Princeton's four yard line. It was the
fourth down. Brickley dropped back to
the 13 yard line and sent a beautiful
drop over the Princeton goal bar for
the first score of the game.
Waller kicked off to the Harvard one
j ard line. Brickley dashed through the
field for 16 yards before he was
Princeton could not gain on line
plunges. Felton kicked to Princeton's
15 yard Una and Pendleton rushed it
back 16 yards to Harvard's Ai yard
line. On another variation of the shift.
Waller made three yards. Dawitt then
kicked over the Harvard goal line.
The ball waa brought out to Har
vard's 20 yard line, where Brickley
made four yards on a fake kick on a
plunge through left tackle.
On a forward pass, Andrews hurled
the ball to Pendleton and the play net
ted Princeton 36 yards.
On anpther forward pass Waller
fell after catching the ball but re
covered his footing and dropped over
the goal line. Harvard blocked Pen
dleton's kick out after the touch
down, so no goal was attempted. The
period ended With the ball on Har
vard's 43 yard line. Score at the end
of the second period: Princeton, 6;
In the third period there were no
changes in the Harvard lineup, but
H. Baker took Pendleton's place and
kicked off to Harvard's 10 yard line.
Brickley ran It back 10 yards and
kicked to N. Baker on Princeton's 10
yard line. Wight went out and Pen
dleton took his place.
Princeton netted five yards on two
plunges into center. Dawitt fumbled
and Harvaod recovered the ball on
Princeton's five yard line. Brickley
shot his second goal from the field,
from the 15 yard line, tleing the
H. Baker kicked off to Hardwick on
Harvard's 20 yard line and' the ball
was rtuipback five yards. Brickley
made a goal from placement kick
from the 47 yard line. A few minutes
later Brickley attempted a goal) from
mldfleld, but the ball was blocked and ,
was then given to Princeton on
The third period ended with the ball
in Harvard's possession on her 39 yard
line. Score at the end of the third
period: Harvard. 9; Princeton. 6.
HrfccStley Gains for Harvard.
When play was resumed the ball went
up in the air and Baker made a fair
catch on Princeton's 35 yard line.
The ball seesawed up and down the
field. Brickley doing most of the ground
gaining for Harvard.
On Princeton's 25 yard line for a third
down, Brickley tried a goal from the
Held, but missed.
On a fake forward pass formation
Hardwick placed the ball on Prince
ton's five yard line for a first down.
Brickley made two yards through
center but netted onry a half a yard
on the next play, so firm was the
Princeton line. Then he pushed across
the line for a touchdown, followed by
a goal. Four men carried Brickley to
the locker room.
The game was resumed with Harvard
Princeton attempted another forward
pass, but Gardner came through and
caught the ball. It was Harvard's ball
on Princeton's 35 yard line when the
Brickley the Star.
Harvard vanquished Princeton prin
cipally through the line plunging of
Brickley and his wonderful field goal
and placement kicking. The big Har
vard halfback scored twp, goals from
the field and then, kioked a placement
goal of 47 yards for a third score. In
the last few minutes of play he helped
carry the ball to the Princeton goal
line, where Hardwick made a touch
down. In this last play Brickley was
severely injured and was carried from
the field. The Princeton score was
due entirely tp two beautifully executed
forward passes In the second period
which netted 57 yards and a touchdown.
It was the first Harvard victory over
Princeton in a quarter of a century.
es rAPES from: pkisox
TO WED; IS CAPTURED
Chipago. II!., Nov. 2. Elmer Lewis,
an escaped federal prisoner, who
crawled five blocks through a 15-inch
iron sewer pipe to get free and be mar
ried, was started back to Fort Leaven
worth penitentiary in care of detectives
after having been taken from his brida
early this morning.
He: "I saw our old neighbor, Mr.
She: "Did you" What is he doing
He. "He is intedested in one of
these wildcat minim- companies."
? be- Th niea' 1 never knew you
had to mine Xm juldcats." Exchange.
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I COTTON ADDITION LOTS I
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Mysterious Provision of Nature In th
Case of Grasshoppers and
Other Small Insects.
Everyone has been startled, oi
seizin? a grasshopper, by having thi
animal throw off a quantity of "tobao
co-juice" from bis mouth. Many la
sects throw off quantities of juice ir
this manner when they are attacked,
some from the mouth, some from tbi
"joints" on the abdomen, some from
special points on the bead, or othei
parts of the body. The juice Ural
ejected is generally some of the in
sect's blood, and its sodden discharge
no doubt frequently causes the
'captor to loosen his bold, or to droj
the prey altogether. Especially li
this likely in the case of those insect!
that emit an acrid or a poieonon
liquid, as for example the "Spanish
fly" or cantharldes beetle. It is no!
to be supposed that this discharge ii
Sn any sense a voluntary act Oa tb
part of the insect; it is a direct re
sponse to certain kinds of disturbance.
In this respect the action may be
compared to "death-reigning" in to
sects and in other animals. In some
insects, in which the juice is dis
charged from the soft parts of the
abdominal segments, the juice k
thrown off upon suitable stimulation
even after the animal's bead has
been removed. This curious behavioi
is not confined to any one family oi
insects, bat has been observed among
several species of the grasshopper
family, among ants, wasps and hor
nets, in members of the moth and but
terfly family, in beetles, in true bugs
and even among certain flies. The
blood does not come to the surface
through wounds caused by the disturb
ance: the opening is produced by a
sudden increase In blood pressure, at
points that are especially thin and
yielding. The first effect of the dis
turbance is to cause certain muscles
to contract, thus increasing the pres
sure in the blood, leading to tbe
bursting of tbe special ejection spots
DECLARE LABOR LKADEItS
DID XOT ADVISB VIOLBKCE
Salem, Mass., Nov. 2. Beginning the
defence today of Jos. J. Sttor, Arturo
Giovannitti and Joseph Caruso in their
trial on charge of murdering Anna m
plaxo during the Lawrence textile
strike, Edward Riley, the first witness,
a member of the strike committee, de
clared that the leaders never advised
The witness testified that Httor and
Giovannitti urged the strikers not te
start any trouble with the police or
soldiers and to keep away from the
AHEAD OK TUB PROPBSSOR.
Little Nelly told little Anita what
she termed a "little fib."
Anita A fib is the same as a story,
and a story is tbe same as a He.
Nelly No, ist not
Anita Yes, it is, because my father
said so, and my father is a professor
at the university.
Nelly I don't care If he Is. My
father is a real estate man, and he
knows more about lying than your
father does. United Presbyterian.
A visitor from the great metropolis
had been sightseeing in the Quaker
City with a neighbor of that place.
"People don't die very often here, do
they?" he remarked.
No only once," replied the Quaker
A delegation from the Loyal Order of
lrA ill .w. X. .. tiln Vi-A110-h ifl7Ana
.ii-iSi . ith a iew to the estab- R
hsbitKUt vi a national sanitarium. a
Just like a Thanks
giving dinner with
out a Turkey- is
the man without a
new suit on Thanksgiving
What Easter is to the spring
clothes calendar November 28th
will be this year to the Fall clothes
If you want to look right on the
Big Eats" day if you want
best Thanksgiving Suit and over
coat at $20, $25, $30, or $35 that
any money can buy come in and
be Royal Tailored.
The Local Home of Royal
110 Texas Street
Cut Glass, Silver, Fine
aU seem to belong i&gether.
What you are Hmkrng ef lemlAmgs cmd the present lets
suggest thai msteed of much 'thought you -cmw to our
stare inhere wllmg saletpcepie fae pUmutre m showing
the HANDSOME aA USEFUL mi REASON
ABLY PRICED articles.
We are shomg a m pattern m spoons, forks
Engraving of the better kini khout extra charge.
A. D. Foster Co.
EL PASO'S POPULAR JEWELRY STORE.
BELftV BRIDGE WILL BE BUILT XE
FDTAXCBS OAJT BK ARRANOBD.
Belen, N. ST.. ov. S. The board of
county commissioners of Valencia
county is making preparations to
erect a bridge across the Rio Grande
here as soon aa possible, the only mat
ter which is doubtful being the method
of financing it. There are some ques
tions which have been raised in this
regard which must be determined be
fore, active operations can be com
menced. The state engineer will now prepare
figures on the probable cost of the
bridge, and these will be submitted to
the board of commissioners. If the cost
is not too great, and finances can be
properly arranged, the bridge will be
erected as soon as bids can be adver
Bugene Kempenich. of Peralta. chair
man of the board of commissioners,
has looked over the probable sites. It
Is his opinion that the matter can be
MESSAGE FROM WILSON IS
READ AT DEMOCRATIC RALLIES
' New York, N. Y.. Nov. 2. A feature
of the observance of Wilson day today
was the reading at Democratic rallies
throughout the country of Gov. Wil
son's message to the voters of the Unit
ed States. This message waa read by
former judge Alton B. Parker at a
Wilson rally at Pelham manor. West
My equipment permits the latest scientific grind
ing of lenses.
Caryl C. Hill
Optician of Precision
421 Mesa Near Franklin
Sixteen years with Fox Optical Co. Twenty-one
years in the profession. Consultation without cost.
chester eonnty, N. Y., and by ether
Democrats wherever the supporters of
Gov. Wilson assembled to observe the
Governor WHsop said today lie was
oonrldeat of his election on Taesdwy.
"There was a physician long ag
Who hired a man to shovel his snow:
But instead of a shovel he gave him a
For lie waa a "boe-me-a-pa,ta," yoa
If You Have
get rid of it as quickly as pos
sible. The stomach is weak and
right away before it is too
late. It tones and invigorates.
A 60 Years' Record Backs It
Eyestrains cause many
ills. My methods of test
ing the eyes corrects de
fects and re-establishes
y rm y
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