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EL PASO HEBAXD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912
A. D. Foster Co.
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On Scalp First, FormedTWck
Scales on Scalp. Raw Irritating
Sores. Cuitcura Remedies Cured
When All Others Failed.
R. F. D. No. I Lewfeburg. Ky. "Fifteec
years ago I was badly a&ected with eczema
upoa my scalp first, then K spread all over
my body aad 'continued to
grow -worse for four years.
It began "with a dry rash
forming scales. After form
ing thick scales or scabs the
irritation forced me to
' scratch the- scabs off and the
hair would come out with
them. Upon my face and
body the sores would get inflamed and they
disfigured my face. It was worse where my
clothes irritated them. The eruption was a
yellowish watery kind, sometimes bloody.
In warm weather it was so bad I was not
able to work on account of the raw irritating
ores on my bead and body. Sometimes
the sores would spread until two or three of
them would get together and form one large
"After trying various medicines without
relief I tried Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
After using four cakes of Cuticura Soap and
four boxes of Cuticura Ointment and one
'bottle of the Resrivent I was entirely sound
and weH and have been for eleven years.
OuMoma, Soap and Ointment cured me wjen
a&othen fofied to do me any good." (Signed)
"W. H. "Williams. Mar. 19. 1912.
Cuticura Soap aad Cuticura Omtmeni are
sold throughout the world. A single set is
often sufficient. Liberal sample of each
mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book.. Address
post-card "Cuticura. Dept. T. Boston."
'CSTeader-faced uen should use Cuticura
SoapSha7iag Stick.' 25c Sopiefree.
El Pasoans Returning
Miss Bertha Stanhope has returned to
the city from Los Angeles, CaL, -where
- she spent the summer.
Mrs. Louise "Oilman has returned from
Los Angeles, Calif., where she spent the
summer. She is at present with her
daughter, Mrs. Sam BiumenthaL
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Connor have re
turned to the city after a business trip
to Chicago, I1L
Mrs. E. E. Cadwallader has returned
to her home in Mountain Park, after
-yisiting relatives and friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen will en
tertain with a dance at the Progress
club on Thursday evening, Nov. 14.
The Daughters of Erin will entertain
with a dance at the Knights of Colum
bus hall on Nov. 15.
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A beautiful home wedding was sol
emnized Monday night at 8:30 oclock,
when Lieut. William F. Robinson, 18th
infantry, and Miss Laura Gleason, were
united in marriage. The ceremony
took place at the home of the bride's
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
F. Williams. 523 West Rio Grande. Rev.
Henry Easter, rector of St. Clement's
Episcopal church; read the service.
The house was particularly attrac
tive in decorative schemes of white,
yellow and pink. The spacious living
room was lovely in pink roses, Ameri
can Beauty roses and white chrysan
themums and palms. At one end of
the room was an altar in green and
white effect, at which the bride and
groom stood to be married. Banks' of
chrysanthemums and palms, with can
dles burning at either side, made a
very pretty scene.
As the strains of Mendelssohn's Wed
ding March were heard1, the groom and
his best man, Capt. John K. Milelr,
18th infantry, in full dress uniform,
entered by a side door, and awaited
the bride. Nancy Williams, Margaret
Neff, Peggie Covode and master Jack
Covode, cousins of the bride, and all
dressed in white and pink, formed an
aisle with broad white ribbons for the
girls carried bouquets of pink and
wmte cnrysantnemums. Tne maid-oi-honor,
Miss Mary Redmond, also a
cousin of the bride, entered next. She
was very pretty in a gown of pink
chiffon and carried a bouquet of white
chrysanthemums. The bride came in
on the arm. of her grandfather, Capt.
Thomas J. BealL She was beautiful
in an elaborate gown of white satin,
trimmed in lace. She wore a real lace
veil and carried a shower bouquet of
white roses and lilies of the valley.
After the ceremony a reception was
held. The hall -was decorated in yellow
and the dining room was in -white and
green, -me tame was covered with a
white satin cloth, and white chrysan
themums, with crystal candlesticks,
with white candles, and tied with white
tulle, added the touch of color.
Punch was served durinsr the even
ing in the hall and a salad course
in the dining room the latter part
of the evening. The bride's cake
was cut and many pieces were taken
home by the unmarried guests present
on which to dream of their future hus
band. The bride was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts. She has lived
here since early childhood and is the
daughter of Mrs. Mary Gleason, and
granddaughter of Capt. Thomas J.
BealL The young couple have gone to
housekeeping in the Wallace apart
ments. There were 150 guests present.
Tuesday morning Westbrooke B.
Decker and Miss Mary Jane Neely were
married at 6 oclock. at the home of
the 'bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Neely, 711 Octavia street.
Rev. J. F. Williams performed the cere
mony and they took the 7 oclock train
for the east.
Dinners and Luncheons
The ushers of the Staff ord-Noake wed
ding entertained the bride and groom
and the -wedding party at a dinner at
the Hotel Sheldon on Friday evening.
In the private dining room, the large
round table was decorated in red, white
and green. In the center stood a beau
tiful electrolier and from this ropes of
smilax "were extended to the chande
lier above. Fern leaves were scattered
on the table and red and'white carna
tions made a very pretty decorative ef
fect. At each guest's place -was a bunch
of red and white carnations. Those
present were: Misses Adine Noake.
Milda Connolly, Ethel Brown, Kate
Adams, Lucille Daniels. Mesdames II.
E. Christie and R. W. McCandless;
Messrs. Tom MaCield. Robert A. Moore.
H. E. Christie, R. W. McCandless, Frank
Murcbison, Eugene Harris.
Miss Adine Noake gave a luncheon,
beautifully appointed, to her bride's
maids on Friday. The table was set
with crochet dollies. In the center of
the table was a bride doll, which has
been a possession of the bride's since
she was a little girl. The doll held a
shower bouquet, and at each corner of
the table -were chrystal candlesticks,
holding white candles- with pink shades.
The place cards -were brides. Small
white baskets, filled with candies, were
at each place, and inside these were
also crescent beauty pins, with a wish
bone, the gift of the hostess to her
maids. A five course - luncheon was
served. Those present were: Misses
Ethel Brown. Kate Adams, Lucille Dan
iels. Milda Connolly. Mrs. Rodney W.
McCandless, Miss Adine Noake.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Field, F. W.
Brown and Miss Reba Moore motored
down to the "Valley Inn for dinner on
Mrs. T. H. Logan and the Misses
Logan will entertain informally on
Friday afternoon with a tea. in honor
of Mrs. Charles R. Morehead and Mrs;
Frank D. Wickham.
Miss . Cannon, state secretary for
Florida of the Phtlathea movement,
-will deliver a lecture to all young peo
ple of the city at Houston Square
chapel Wednesday afternoon at 3:30
oclock, and Wednesday night at 8
oclock. This Is a free lecture.
The Aid society of the . Calvary
Houston Baptist church is meeting this
afternoon at the chapel. The 'topic for
the day will be "love." The devotional
exercises are in charge of Mrs. J. W.
Webb and the hostesses for the social I
hour will be Mesdames B, T. Hanks, R.
Harvey, M. Holmes and Hicks.
Monday night in the K. of P. hall,
the Pythian sisters entertained for the
benefit of the K. of P. -widows' and
orphans' home. They gave a linen
shower and many sheets and pillow
cases were donated besides a good
liberal cash amount. A short program
was enjoyed during the evening. Re
nt? rks about the home were made by
J. W. Lucas. A vocal solo was sung by
Miss Eva Weeks. Instrumental music
by Miss Nora McDaniels and Miss Mar
low, was enjoyed. After the program,
games were played and refreshments
103 El Paso St.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 345, night.
Embroidered With Blue
The effect of this dress is of a plain
gray panler frock, worn over a tucked
old blue chiffon, which shows only at
the front and sleeves. The chiffon is
exactly matched in color by the vel
vet girdle and the coarse silk used for
The slash in the front and a smaller
one at the neck In the back admit of
the dress being put on over the head.
The girdle is clasped after being
El Pasoans Away
Mrs. T. Clark Liddell will leave
Wednesday morning for Atlanta, Ga.,
to join her husband, who is attending
medical college there. Mrst Liddell will
oe accompanied as far as Shreveport,
La., by her mother, Mrs. Bettie Arant.
On Mrs. Arant's return she will visit
her sister. Mrs. H. G. Hanssen. of
Marshall. Texas, and her daughter, Mrs.
W. E. Cofer, at Longview. Texas. Mrs.
Arant will be absent from the city
for several weeks.
Miss Annie Stolaroff is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Harry Hyman, in Waco,
Mrs. George Ellis and Miss Dee Ellis
left on Monday night for Houston.
Texas, to visit relatives and to attend
7000 burnetized posts ror sale at
Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
About El Pasoans
Mrs. J. C. Werle is very 111 with the-
grip at her home, 1419 Missouri street.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Morris has recovered front his recent
Mrs. William Hogarth has recovered
from her recent illness.
Capt. William F. Herrinpshaw and
-wife, 13th cavalry, are residing at the
Mrs. George C. Wimberly, of this
city, and her brother. Will Carothers,
of Sacramento. Calif., were in an auto
mobile accident a short time ago in the
latter city and sustained painful In
juries. Mrs. Wimberly was cut on the
face, and Mr. Carothers had one eye
very badly hurt, and is In a hospital.
Mrs. A. H. Goldstein is still very
ill, having had an operation for appen
dicitis. Mrs Harvc-j R. Gamble is sick at a
local hospital having undergone an
operation on JSundaj morning.
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A special meeting of the Sunshine
Workers was held in the reception room
of the hotel Sheldon Monday afternoon
at 2 oclock. with the following members
present: Mrs. William H. F. Judd, Mrs.
W. J. Cox. Mrs. William Hogarth. Mrs.
W. C. Davis, Mrs. J. J. Pearce. Mrs. A.
J. Fraser and Mrs. J. F. Mayhew.
Plans and details of the silver tea to
be given on Nov. 14, at the home of
Mrs. William Hogarth, 1407 East Ne
vada street, were arranged, and the
affair promises to be an interesting and
delightful social event.
The receiving line will be made up
of the presidents of the prominent
women s organizations and others. An
orchestra will provide music all the
afternoon, while a salad course is
served, and tea and coffee are poured
by prominent women. The lunch room
will be in charsre of the younger set.
About 600 invitations will be issued
and notices will be inserted in the
church .bulletins, for the invitation will
be general. The Sunshine Workers will
nave charge of decorating Mrs. Ho
The first fall meeting of the Emerg
ency Chfcle of the El Pasoybranch of the
International Sunshine society was
held on Monday afternoon at 3 oclock
in the parlors of tbe " Sunshine Day
nursery. This branch has no regular
membership, but is open to all members
of the general organization. It meets
regularly on the secpnd and fourth
Mondays of every month in tbe nursery
Officers -were elected for the year as
follows: Secretary, Mrs. Heil Hale;
treasurer, Mrs. J. F. Mayhew. After the
business session, sewing for nursery
needs was begun.
Mrs. J. F. Mayhew and Mrs. A. J.
Fraser are to make all purchases In
connection with the winter's work. The
treasury has a balance of $27.
The Daughters of tine American Revo
lution held an interesting meeting oa
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
E. C French, on Montana street. The
subject of study for the day was, "Tex
as Under the Spanish Flag." Mrs. R. E.
Thomas read an interesting paper, and
current events were discussed. The
hostesses for the day were: Mrs. Irving
McNeil, chairman: Mesdames W. W.
Fink. Dan Jackson, A. H. Butler, T. J.
Woodslde. L. E. Pitcaithly. Refresh
ments were served at the close of the
The Whatsoever c;ub will hold its
next meeting on Saturday afternoon at
3 oclock at the home of Miss Josephine
Peach, 910 Bast Rio Grande street.
Mrs. S. S. Barbee will be the hostess
of the Silent Twelve club on Thursday
Mm. Louise Llndloff, above: Arthar
Grauake. at lefts Alma Graunke, cen
ter; William Llndloff, right.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 5. The startling' case
of the state against Mrs. Louise Llndloff.
accused of the killing of her young son,
Arthur Graunke. last June, is attract
ing statewide attention. Not only does
the-evidence put for th by the prosecu
tion point to the poisoning of the boy,
but it was revealed from the lips of an
expert toxioologist that William Llnd
loff, the woman's second husband, and
Alma Graunke, her daughter, had also
died from the effects of a deadly drug
Mrs. Lindloff. the accused woman, is a
spiritualist, clairvoyant and crystal
reader. She remains, cairn almost de
fiant in the face of these damning ac
cusations The prisoner professes to
meet spirit manifestations in the very
courtroom, and to receiv occult mes
sages concLinins the case.
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C. A. Withers, switchman on the
H., is laying off.
Dave berry, engineer on the T. P.,
has reported for duty.
J. J. Trainor. switchman or the G.
H-, has reported for duty.
J. Foster has a position as switch
man on the Southwestern.
Joe Kernel!, conductor on the South
western, has reported for duty.
"Smoky" Ryan, switchman on the
Santa Fe, is laying off for a few days.
Frank Faust,' conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has reported for
W. Stewart, switchman on the Santa
Fe, is laying off on account of being
John Defanso, fireman on the T. P..
is now working on passenger for a
M. Roark, dispatcher for the G. H.
at El Paso, ia attending" court in Mem
W. Kellogg, engineer on the T. P., is
laying off, and engineer Elmer Ellis is
' Brakeman Woolen, of the T. P., has
reported for duty after being off for
Fireman Lacy, of tbe T. P., has "re
ported for duty, after being off for
R. B. May.- switchman on the Santa
Fe, is now working as engine foreman
for a few days.
Guy Lemons, conductor on the Mex
ico North Western at Madera, is visit
ing in El Paso.
Mrs. J. E. Stamper, wife of brakeman
Stamper, is visiting her parents in Las
Cruces for a few days.
B. M. McGrav, switchman on the
G. H, has resigned form the service
and has left for Canada.
Conductor Sheay. of the T. P.. Is lay
ing off for a few trips and conductor
Dure is relieving him.
Conductor Jacobs, of the T. P., is
laying off and extra conductor O.
Rawls is relieving him.
Jack Hughes, brakeman on the T. P.,
is laying off and extra brakeman
Phipps is relieving him.
Fireman Harris, of the T. P., Is lay
ing off for a few days, and fireman
Hamlin is relieving him.
J. B. Sutton, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. has reported for
duty after a 10 days layoff.
Will Adir, switchman on the South
western, is laying off and has gone
on a 10 days hunting trip.
Eugene Jacobs, engineer for the
Southwestern at Tucumcari, is visiting
in El Paso for a few days.
Engineer Robey, of the Santa Fe at
San Marcial, has returned home after
a visit to his brother in KI Paso.
Pete Galles, machinist for the Mexi
can National at Chihuahua, is visiting
his family at 129 Brown street. El Paso.
W. A. Cowan, brakeman or the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. has returned home
from a visit to his family at Alamo
gordo. A. Campbell, formerly a switchman
for the G. H. at San Antonio, has taken
a position as switchman for rhe -T. P.
M. J. Wiley, formerly a brakeman on
Of Slaying Family
Out Of Town Visitors
Mrs. J. M. Tobin. of Portland. Ore.,
arrived today to be the guest of her
sister.- Mrs. W. L. Field. Mrs. Tobin
is on her -way to Houston,-Texas, where
she will visit her mother, Mrs. Horan,
for the winter. -
Lieut, and Mrs. II.' P. Johnson ar
rived Monday at the Country club,
where they will reside. Lieut. Johnson
is of the Third cavalry.
Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Stolaroff celebrated their
silver wedding anniversary. The house
was artistically decorated in green and
white, and the refreshments were car
ried out in the same colors. Many
beautiful presents were received by the
host and hostess and about 75 guests I
G. t the Union Pacific out of Kansas Jtiy.
is now a switcnman on me tj. a. at
B. R. Barnett, formerly a brakeman
on the Illinois Central, at Jacksonville,
Tenn., has taken a position as switch
man in El Paso.
G. T. Davis, formerly a switchman
on the A. B. A. railroad In Georgia, has
taken a position as switchman on the
G. H. in El Paso.
Gus Jones, brakeman on the bou h
western, has resigned .rom the sjr
vice and has taken a position as
switchman on the G. H.
John Hull, switchman for the Jjoutn
western at Douglas, has returned from
the Hot Springs, near Sierra Blanca,
and has reported for doty.
Manuel Clements, formerly jard
master for the G. H. at El Paso, has
taken a position as switchman with
the Santa Fe at Los Angeles.
Bill Robingson, switchman for the
T. P. at ToyaK, ha s taken a 6u das
.leave of absence, and has gone to the
Fort Davis mountains on a hunting
F. L. Rogers, brakeman. and'H. Shep
pard, switchman on the Santa Fe at
San Marcial. with their families, have
returned from a hunting trip to the
F. A. Lancks, switch engineer on the
Santa Fe at El Paso, has reported for
duty, and engineer Harris, rho has
been relieving him, has returned to
Steve Johnson, oil house man with
the T. P., is visiting his brother in
Toyah for a few days. Mr. Johnson
worked for 22 years as engineer for
the T. P. before taking the position as
oil house man.
Mrs. William Baehr and children
have returned to their home at 1310
North Stanton street, from a trip to
Colorado. Mr. Baehr is employed in
the auditing department of the South
western. H. E. Bynum, operator for the G. H.
at Clint, has resigned from the service
to take a position as dispatcher on the
Seaboard Air line at Jacksonville.
Florida, and H. F. Fowler has secured
Mr. Bynum's place.
CAPTURES TWO MEN
AFTER LONG CHASE
Alleged Horse Thieves Had 2 Homes
Bearing Soaora Brands; Caaght
Wltloit a truBSl".
Douglas, Ariz., XoV. 5. Details of
the capture of Harry Good en and
Charlie Mcore, alleged horse thieves,
by county ranger William Brakefield.
eight miles northeast of Bowie, were
brought to Douglas by Sheriff Harry
Wheeler. In possession of the men
were 29 horses each, of which bears
the brand It is claimed, or the Ellas
ranch In Soaora. Although both me-i
were heavily armed. Brakefield took
them without firing a sht. succeeding
in slipp'ng up en them in. their camp.
This end was reached after more than
a. week's chase 'during which 'the
ranger had to tiai". them across th-s
roughest part of Cochise bounty.
The men hae been takeu to Tomb
stone where they will be held to await
the action of the superior court.
Should the superior court fail to hold
them the men will be answerable to
the federal authorities en a charge
of smuggling the animals. The of--fence
of which they stand accused is
also extraditable in the Mexican
courts. Mounted customs inspector
Luke Short left to secure the horses
sna being them back fzam Bowie, to
Douglas. No decision as to their flisM
disposition has been reached.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Kyle have re
turned to Douglas from New London,
Conn . and other eastern points
-where they 3pe:it fceir honeymoon.
Mr. Kyle is connected with the engin
eering department of the E. P. S.
Wj, while Mrs Kyle was rormerly
Miss Wolcott of Tombstone.
J. D. Marshall, for two and a half
years a resident of Douglas, has dis
posed of the greater part of his in
terest in the ArUona Bank Trust
company and has left for Gleenwood,
Calif., where he will oiganise a -Dank.
Mr. Marshall retain? his position in
the directorate of the bapk and will
also hold a large amount of valuable
local realty which he has acquired.
John Doan. for several years cashier
of the bank, will retain that position
and will have active charge of the in
Mrs. Robert L. Dorbandt will enter
tain on Wednesday afternoon, in honor
of Miss Helen Newell, who is a bride
elect of December.
reus How Sick She Was And
What Saved Her From
Upper Sandusky,Ohk. "Three years
ago I was married and went to house
keeping. I was not
feeling well and
could hardly drag
myself along. I had
such tired feelings,
my back ached, my
sides ached, I bad
bladder trouble aw
fully bad, and I could
not eat or sleep. I bad
headaches, too, and
became almost a ner
vous wreck. My doc
tor told me to go to a hospital. I did
not like that idea very well, so, when I
saw your advertisement in a paper, I
wrt)te to you for advice, and have done as
you tokl me. I have taken Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
Liver Pills, and now I have my health.
" If sick and ailing women would only
know enough to take your medicine, they
would get relief." Mrs.BENj.H. Stans
BBRY, Route 6, Box 18, Upper Sandusky;
If you have mysterious pains, irregu
larity, backache, extreme nervousness,
inflammation, ulceration or displace
ment, don't wait too long, but try Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound now.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made from roots
and herbs, has been the standard remedy
for female ills, and such unquestionable
testimony as the above proves the value
of this famous remedy and should give
every one confidence.
El Paso's Popular
Have Our Optician Make
After 20 Years' Illness,
Friends of Mrs. Bowen
Thought She Could
Arritts, Va. VFor 20 years, I suf
fered with -wowaitly trouble," says
Mr". D. J. Bowes, of this place, "and
although I tried different treatments. I
did not get any relief.
I was unable to look after any of
ray work, and ay friends thought I
could not get well.
Finally, I began to take Cardui, the
woman's tonic, and I hadn't taken one
third of the first bottle, before I could
notice its good effects.
Now I can do aH ray work, feel like
I'm not more than 16 years old, but
am really 49. My friends say I look
so well,, they hardly know me wheu
they raeej. jafeihe Jftgd.
My daughter is usag Cardui, now,
and she says it is a fine medicine. I
also have a number of lady friends
who are taking it, since they found out
how k helped roe.
Whenever I feel a little fatigued
after a. days work, I just take a dose of
Cardui, and am all right.
I can't say too much for Cardui.
No matter how long-standing the
trouble, Cardui is almost sure to help
you. It is a tonic remedy. It is pre
pared for women, to bring relief from
You can rely on Cardui. It will do
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of others. It will help you.
Begin to take Cardui, today.
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tanooga, Tenn.. for Special Injctraetleas,
and 84-page book. "Home Treatmenc
for Women," sent in plain wrapper, on
Crush fries at such a
high temperature that
foods do not soak up
It makes a gelden brown
crust and dry inside.
There's almost as much
in the pan when you get
through as when you
And k can be used over and
over again for all foods.
Switch to this pure vegetable
product. Save money and get
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