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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912 13
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C- Mtfee greatest that ever lived" -&r
that hits the spot on every fire-up in your old jimmy pipe; the red-blixsdid, red-tinned brand,
that's just as much ytur smoke after one round as after a thousand; the one tobacco in the ring
that has the bite cut out by a patented process and can't sting that Ungiu of ysurs say, that's
WOMAN IS CONVICTED OS
CHARGE OP MAKSL.UGHTBR.
Chicago, ILL, Nov. 5. Mrs. Louise
Lindloff, spiritualist and .crystal gazer,
was found guilty of manslaughter and
her punishment was fixed at 25 years
ill the penitentiary. She was charged
with poisoning her IS year old son,
A formal motion for a new trial
was; made by the woman's attorney
and the emit fc. November 15 as the
date for hearing arguments. Mrs.
Lindloff is the first woman convicted
of miird- in Oe Cook county courts
in three years. Seven women have
been tried in the criminal court for
murder, but in each case the jury re
turned a verdict of not guilty or dis
agreed. THE UNEXPECTED IX MEXICO.
Breathlessly we read that another
general has Invaded Chihuahua and is
expected to join Salazar in an attack
on Jualrez. We suppose we ought to
aw whom God has joined let no man
put asunder, but it sometimes looks as
If Providence was neglecting Mexico.
From Los Angeles Times.
Red Velva. Kisses
1 capful Red Velva
Syrup, 1 capful ssgar,
2 tabtespoonfaU bat
ter, I teaspoonfml sb
egar, 1 teaspoonfal
Boil the syrup and agar
together until the mixture
harden when tested in
cold water. Then add the
butter, vanilla extract
and the vinegar and boil
for 2 minute longer.
Poor into a battered pan
or platter and pult when
cool enough to handle.
Pull into a long trip one
inch thick and cat, with
battered ciors, in mslt
kie. Chopped not
may be added iFHkcd.
that's got the punch
the national joy smoke
Get yturs before the bell rings before your pipe-joy is knocked
dean out Sy jSW-brands. And take it straight, this holds good
whether you jam it into a jimmy pipe or roll up a cigarette,
fresh and bully from any of the four packages the 5c bag is
handy for cigarette smokers.
You never smoked a better cigarette in your
life than you can make with Prince Albert
tobacco and P. A. makm's. Get away from
dust-btxais and get an idea What real tobacco
tastes like in a cigarette!
Bay P. A. everywhere. In toppy
Sc cloth bags, tidy 10c ted tins
and pound and half-pound
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
ALPINE YOUTH IS
Ws Climbing a Steep Hill When His
Gun Slipped and Was Discharged;
It rough t to Bl Paso.
Alpine, Texas, Nov. 5. Press Ful
lengin was accidentally shot by his
own gun on Paisano peak Monday at
11:3 a. m. while hunting with a L.
Bush, operator at Alpine, and W. It
Bell. He had climbed 29. feet above
his friends and his gun slipped down
the steep face of the hill. The trigger
hit a rock and he was shot through
the intestines and livec Dr. J. A,
Hardy was summoned by telephone and
pronounced the wound probably fatal.
They flagged train No. 7 and took him
to El Paso. The boy was aged 17 and
was a son of the manager of the City
hotel at Alpine.
Roy Rabbltt, formerly with the Dav
enport Democrat-Leader, Davenport.
Iowa, has arrived in El Paso to take a
position in the stereotyping room of the
El Paso Herald.
Cakes Taste Better
Your family eats griddle cakes for the syrup
not for the cakes themselves. True isn't it?
If you served cakes without syrUp, you'd take
them away untouched. Serve them with Velva
instead of just syrup, and that
enjoy its breakfast more, eat heartier and be really
satisfied. You can't find the equal of
in the red can. It'.s the quality syrup of them all.
Use it for candy, lor cake, for fudge. Try it on
waffles or biscuit. Pour some on a muffin, a
popover, or on steamed hominy, and you'll have a
morsel that will make your mouth water for
more. Get Velva and try it Ten cents up, ac- ,
cording to size, for the clean,
sanitary can. In green cans,
too, at your grocer's, if you prefer.
PENICK & FORD, Ltd.
New Orleans, La.
Send for book of Velva
Recipe: No charge.
me a jimmy pipe, if
ifs packed with
that's right. I tell
you, it's a man's
smoke. I've been
going to it regular
for a couple of years
up on the farm
and on the road
and I know ! I tell
you right here, to
bacco that's got the
flavor, that smells
as good as it tastes
gets my good
money. It's on the
level. And that
makes a hit with
ALPINE SUBSCRIBES TO
Alpine, Tex., Nov. 5. Alpine busi
ness men hare subscribed $100 to
wards the new colonization campaign
of the G. H. & S. A., with reference
to the towns along its line between
San Antonio and Bl Paso. In return
Alpine 'will receive 5000 copies of an
attractive folder for dlstrbution, which
will also be widely circulated by the
railroad. Publicity agent Maule spoke
enthusiastically of locating a first
class tourist hotel at Alpine, which
has long been noted for the year round
advantages of its climate.
EXTEND TIME ON PAYMENTS TO
SALT RIVER VALLEY RANCHERS
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 5. Official no
tice has been received from Washington
that the time for the formal opening
of the Roosevelt dam and Salt river ir
rigation project had been extended to
December I, 1913. The first payment
of over 119,000,00 to be made by
ranchers was also extended one year
from that date.
Under the previous ruling these pay
ments -would have become due in
family of yours will
"Chinese Fashions This Season Give
You Art and Beauty," Says Viola Allen
MISS VIOLA ALLEN, LEADING WOMAN WITII 'THE DAUGHTER OF
HEAVEN," AT THE CENTURY' THEATER, NEW YORK.
(By Margaret Hubbard Ayer.)
THE woman who sat next to me
at the Century theater during
the matinee of the "Daughter of
Heaven," kept making curious little
drawings on the borders of ' her pro
gram. There would he a tiny little
design marked blue or pink, and it
wasn't until she had sketched one of
Viola Allen's costumes that I recog
nized -her as the designer of a big
dressmaking establishment, getting
ideas for winter fashions.
For this is going' to be a season of
Mings and Manchus, and the inspira
tion is found in the gorgeous pageant
at the Century theater, where Miss
Allen presents a most wonderful pic
ture as the empress of the Mings, the
Daughter of Heaven.
It was after the grdat battle scene,
where the young empress sees the last
of her faithful followers imolating
themselves on a funeral pile, that I
hurried back to Miss Allen's dressing
Only a lis with a thousand eyes or
"tWSflWWciUMRVhich is supposed to
have an equal stunber of optics, could
take in all the wonderful beauties of
the Daughter of Heaven.
"Don't you think the clothes are ex
traordinary?" asked Miss Allen, after
she had hurriedly disposed of the ubi
quitous question of health and beauty,
in these few words, "Health is a ques
tion of common .eense, diet, exercise
and rest. I am sure everyone must
answer you in the same way, for that
is all there is to it
"Look at those .gorgeous frocks,"
said Miss Allen as she opened a door
and showed me a closet full of the
most extraordinarily beautiful gar
ments, made of gold tissue, embroid
eries, beaded fringe, beautiful trans
parent fabrics, of fairylike coloring.
"Do you' know I think only one at
these dresses could be worn today, for
woman have developed so much indi
viduality in their dressing that these
frocks instead of being startling or
ALKAN HI W
FFECT P SO
Wheat Price Will Go Higher
if .Eastern Trouble Cuts
Off Russian Shipments.
Bl Paso grain dealers are wondering
what effect tb Balkan war will have
on the high cost of living as it re
lates to the cost of twheat
One shrewd dealer, who has been
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As she was still in her fighting cos
tume of vivid yellow, a kind of Chi
nese Joan of Arc, I asked her if she
was as warlike off the stage as on it,
and If "Votes for Women" was her
Has No Time.
't am ashamed to say," pleaded Miss
Allan; mi the gracious sort of way she
has'of speaking. "I simply haven't
had time to study the question, and I
realty don't know anything about' it,
but I vow that I will learn, for people
are already beginning to ask me for
my political sentiments, I suppose, be
cause of the part I'm playing now.
"One thing is certain. The Chinese
woman even in fighting costume, has
less freedom than the American wom
an of today in her hobble skirts. Look
at the shoes," said Miss Allen, putting
out a little foot in the double Chinese
scandal, which looks so wabbly and un
comfortable. "These shoes are very hard to -walk
in at first, and I still think it's a very
difficult thing to suggest dignity while
itripping in the Chinese way and
making those tiny little steps. There
is so much in the way one walks; so
much beauty and so much character.
And the tiny step of the Chinese
woman is not characteristic of our
race, nor does it to my mind, suggest
the nobility and dignity which we de
mand in an imperial character."
That little matter of walking is only
one of the million of difficulties
which beset the actress of the Chinese
play. Those terrifically long finger
nails sign of Chinese aristocracy
were another. As I looked at Miss Al
len I realized how good looking you
have to be not to be completely dis
figured by the slanting eyes and -brows
of the Chinese makeup. Miss Allen
presents a picture of exquisite porce
lainlike beauty, and she is quite Chi
nese, too, as you would see if you sot
close enough to her to see the black
marks across her eyes and the high,
flayaway eyebrows made with paint
reading the foreign war news with
more than passing interest, has a
theory that the Balkan war will make
the price of bread and flour higher in
El Paso. His reasoning Is that if the
war 'continues and the Strait of Dar
danelles is closed by the allied forces,
no wheat from Russia could be moved
and England would be deprived of
that source of her foodstuff supply.
Since Argentine wheat does not come
Into the market until January, Eng
land would have to send to the United
States and the northwest for its wheat
supply. By the action of the law of
supply and demand, the price would
take a jump, the shrewd dealer thinks,
and the local market would be directly
Would Make Bread Higher.
Other considerations enter into the
cost of a loaf of baker's bread in El
Paso, the dealers say. The valley sup
ply of soft wheat has been short this
year because of the unusual amount of
rain. This has necessitated the shift
ing of the marginal supply point from
the Rio Grande valley to Colorado,
eastern Texas and other soft wheat
producing areas.. There has also been
a shortage in the soft wheat supply In
Illinois, Indiana and Michigan, caused
by the heavy frosts. All of these ten
dencies are directed toward the in
crease of the price of a loaf of bread
here in Bl Paso, grain dealers and
flour merchants say. The northwest
crop has been as large as-was expect
ed, but little of that reaches the local
market for It goes to the east and to
the Orient by way of. the Pacific ports.
However, this great crop is having its
effect upon the general market in
keeping the price of wheat from aviat
ing along with the price per pound of
beefsteaks on the hoof.; ,
Joseph Wright, of the Globe mills,
says that the -wheat used in El Paso
is of the hard variety, which comes
from Kansas and Colorado points and
is milled here in transit "Wheat is
now selline at $1.08 to 31.16 for soft
wheat and $1.05 for hard wheat" Mr.
Wright says. "This Is lower than It
was last year, in spite of the adverse
conditions and the political unrest in
various parts of the world. Flour Is
not any higher in El Paso than it was
last year in fact it is inclined to be
a little cheaper. It is impossible to
forsee -what will happen should the
European demand increase suddenly
because of the Balkan trouble, but the
tendency would be to boost the price
of wheat and correspondingly the
cost of bread in El Paso."
RAILWAY CONDUCTORS IIAVB
TIIKIIl ANNUAL BLECTION
El Paso Division No. 69, Order of
Railway Conductors, held its annual
election of officers. The following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing year:
Chief conductor. C. L. Sheay.
Assistant chief conductor, O. H.
Secretary treasurer, G. H. Aitken.
Senior conductor, W. B. Moon.
Junior conductor. T. H. Binkley.
Jnsio sentinel, Claude Brahm.
Outside sentinel, James Mason.
Trustees. J R. McLeod. chairman;
T. Sullivan, V P Silvernail.
Dohsute to ( (invention. W M. Stock-
.-11, alumau-. F. P. Silvernail.
unusual, as coming from a
MEN WILL IEID
Suffrage Demonstration in
New York to be Great
est in History.
New York, N. Y Nov. 5. On the
night of Saturday. November 9. Fifth
avenue is to witness one of the most
picturesque parades that ever enliv
ened that much paraded thoroughfare.
Thin nasreant will mark the close of
J the suffrage carnival, which now is in
For the first time in the history of
New York woman's battle for the bal
lot a great suffrage demonstration
will be chiefly a man made affair.
Men will lead the parade, the women
bringing up the rear. Most of the
speakers will be members of the mas
culine sex and a man will be the mas
ter of ceremonies.
It is estimated by James Lees Laid
law. the New York banker, who is
chairman of the executive committee
of the Men's League for Woman's Suf
frage, and who will be the master of
ceremonies Saturday night that not
less than 5000 men have pledged them
selves to form in line and march with
the women behind them.
This is a decided advance for the
It means that more men will mar4h
in the coming parade than there were
women in the line of march at the
great suffrage procession here last
Some of the men enthusiasts go so
far as to say it will exceed anything
ever witnessed here not excepting the
Inasmuch as this will be the first
time the men have taken the burden
of the heavy work of such a demon
stration off the shoulders of the wom
en, they have a desire to set their
sisters a pace in such affairs.
The column will form at 58th street
and Fifth avenue and march to Union
The men, numbering not less than
5000. will lead the march with a cav
alry escort In front There will be
250 automobiles in the procession.
These will be brilliantly illuminated
and each will contain a speaker of na
tional prominence. At each corner on
the way to Union square an auto will
drop out of the column and the orator
seated therein will proceed to address
the spectators on the subject of equal
franchise for women.
Just how many women will partici
pate has been variously estimated at
from 5000 to lt.MO. In any event they
declare. they will outnumber the men
about two to one.
' All of the suffraget orgaalsatione is
the state of New York will be present
with a large complement of members.
Also there will be many men and
women from other states of the union,
in fact from all the states, say setae
of the women leaders here.
The men will carry lanterns and
transparencies and will wear some
uniform article of attire, the exact
nature of which has not been decided
unon as vet
I The women will wear a Greetan
tunic affair made of white cheese
cloth or silk, according to the SaaB
cial abilities of the wearer. And they
? will carry Grecian torches.
Since this demonstration will be
given in honor of the six states that
hTe granted suffrage to women, there
will be six floats, each one represent
ing one of the suffrage states. These
floats will be gorgeous affairs. They
will depict in some way, the ehlef
feature in the achievement of equal
suffrage in the states they respective
ly represent Prominent suffragets
from these six states will ride on the
A special battle song has been writ
ten for this occasion. Those who have
heard it say it would stir the blood of
a salt mackerel.
It will be sung by the fair represen
tatives from Barnard college as they
swing down the avenue in front of the
But this will not be all the music by
any manner of means.
Nearly every band in the five bor
oughs will be utilised on this occa
sion. And these bands will be forti
fied by a score of fife and drum corps.
Thus with the bands playing, the
college girls singing, the women in
white tunics flourishing Grecian
torches, red lights flaring at frequent
intervals, captivating orators holding
forth on every corner, beautiful floats
containing still, more beautiful modern
goddesses, and strong men. represent
ing every trade, craft and profession
in the country marching in the in
signia of his Industry, it is a reason
able prediction to say that It will be
a real parade.
H0LBR00E FAT.T.S TO
DEATH IN MINE SHAFT
Douglas, Arte., Nov. 5. Harry Hol
brook, aged 35 years, a timber man
at the Pilares shaft or the Moctesuma
Copper company, at Pilares. Son., fell
from the 909 to the 1000 foot level and
was Instantly killed. He is survived
by a wife and several children. The
body was brought here for burial.
Holbrook was one of the best known
miners in r.orthern Sonora, having
oeen connected wHb the Moctexuma
company in and around Pflarae for &
number of years.
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT.
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THERE IS HAIR BEAUTY AND LUXUR
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Did you ever have a dealer offer you
a large bottle of something and tell you
it was a better remedy for the hair than
Newbro's Herpiclde and cheaper be
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What? Certainly we knew you had.
Manv other oeonle have. too.
What would you say to that same i
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lar was worth more than a five-dollar
gold piece because it is larger.
Such an attempt being a reflection
nnnn vi,, .aaJ aolA vnn r1l1H YirfkH-
ably say some rather pointed things to i
him. You would oe justified. Your
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Well, there are just as many good
reasons for the difference in size be
tween those bottles as there are for the j
difference in size between the silver, j
aoiiar ana me live aonar goia piece.
The truth is that the large bottle isn't
half large enough.
There is more virtue in a half pint
of Newbro's Herpiclde than in a gallon
of some of the so-called hair prepara
There is a dollar's worth of results in '
the bottle of Herplcide. but do you I
know what is in the other? j
No? Then why buy it? Your judg- 1
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it won't can't hurt or injwre the flesh.
Apply it in two seconds. It's guaran
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Your druggist sells "GSTS-Fr." IS
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You know when you go into that store
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You KNOW that Herpiclde is the
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You KNOW that Herplcide makes the
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You know these things in the same
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Then insist on having genuine Her
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