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L PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912
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THROUGHOUT the present season we
have been first in every case to show the
latest novelties in Women s Footwear. Now
me mae the biggest scoop of the season
The Red Riding
rHESE are the latest Eastern novelty. They are made of
imported Ipd and come in a beautiful shade of the season's
most popular color Red. They are fourteen button have '
Cuban heel, cap toe and well sole.
The Price is $4.50
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are to be settled
An Election Hat means a Good Hat,
which means one from the
UNION CLOTHING CO.
204 San Antonio Street
CATTLE AT COLUMBUS
Fuller Plans to Restock His San Do
mingo Ranch in Chihuahua With
500 Mexican Cattle.
J. F. Sanford brought in 109 head
of Mexican cattle at Columbus, N. M.,
on Monday. They were shipped to J. C.
Peyton, of El Paso, and -will be butch
ered. Frank Williams on Tuesday pur
chased four head of eowe from E. Mo
reno. They are Mexican cattle and will
be imported east of El Paso.
To Restock Chihsahna Ranch.
O. B. Fuller, who conducts the San
Domingo ranch in Chihuahua, has pur
chased 500 head of Mexican stock and
will put them on his ranch. Next spring
he intends to Import sMne OurAam bulls.
A. Gist, of Fruitvflle, Mo., is in 1
Paso en route home from Phoenix. At
the latter point he attended the annual
meeting of the National Mohair grow
ers. Mr. Gist raises Angora goats and
has about 1000 head of them on his
ranch near Carlsbad, N. M.
Dr. J. L. Proper, of the bureau of ani
mal industry, has gone to Douglas, Ariz.,
to inspect a large importation of cattle.
BACK FROM A HTJXT.
Victor, Harry and Arthar Blot have
returned from a hunting trip up the
valley. They report an enjoyable trip,
having bagged a large number of quail
and rabbits. -
HOW.HS FOUND IT.
Waiter Well. sir. ho wdid you find
the beef in that stew?
Diner Oh! I happened to shift a
potato and well, there it was.
SOON TO BE MADE
(San Francises Chronicle.)
Toff Tou told me that horse was
free from faults. Why, ifs blind.
Dealer Blind? Well, that's not a
fault: that's a cruel misfortune.
Now is your time to buy your Christ
mas presents at Kline's Carle St ere, Ut
All Ready How for Water to Flow
-through flume at Elephant Butte
Work on Main Dam to Strt.
Within a few days the formal transfer
of the Franklin canal to the United
States reclamation service will be made.
The insertion of a few descriptions in
the deed, the signing of the deed and
the approval of it by P. W. Dent, ex
aminer ioa the reclamation service, are
the only steps to be taken. Mr. Dent
is expected to arrive in the city within
a few days and Louis C. Hill, super
vising engineer for the Elephant Butte
project, is in the city at present to at
tend to these matters.
Water Through Flume Soon.
Mr. Hill has come down from the
Elephant Butte dam, where he spent the
past 10 days looking over the project.
He says that by tonight or tomorrow
the water will be flowing through the
flume. The cofferdam was to have been
shot out Tuesday morning, and all prep
arations had been made for this. Within
a day or two actual excavation work
will begin in the main dam. Already
20.000 yards of the main dam have been
built, and it will be but a question of a
few days until excavation in the main
bed of the river will begin.
There is very kittle water running at
present, and therefore Mr. Hill esti
mated that it might be late Tuesday
afternoon or night before the water
wonld be actually running through the
Bowels Get Weak
' As Age Advances
The First Necessity In to Keep the
Dowels Gently Open With a Mild
Healthy old age Is so absolutely de
pendent upon the condition of the
bowels that great care should be taken
to see that they act regularly. The fact
is that as age advances the stomach
muscles become weak and inactive and
the liver does not store up the juices
that are necessary to prompt digestion.
Some help can be obtained by eat
ing easily digested foods and hy
plenty of exercise, but this latter Is
irksome to most elderly people
One thing is certain, that a state of
constipation should always be avoided
as it is dangerous to life and health.
The best plaif is to take a mild laxa
tive as often as is deemed necessary.
But with equal certainty it is sug
gested that cathartics, purgatives,
physics, salts and pills be avoided,
as they do but temporary good and
are so harsh as to be a shock to a
A much better plan, and one that
thousands of elderlv neonle fol
lowing-, is to take a gentle laxative- themselves of its merits they buy the
tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- I dollar size, which is more economical.
sin, which acts as nearly like nature
as is possible. In fact, the tendency
i mis renieay is 10 sirengtnen me
stomach and bowel muscles and so
train them to act naturally again,
when medicines of all kinds can usu
ally be dispensed with. This is the
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MRS. G. B. PRUITT.
A bottle can be bought of any
druggist at fifty cents or one dollar.
People usually buy the fifty cent size
first, and then, having convinced
Any elderly person can follow these
suggestions which safety and the as
surance of good results.
If no member of your family has
ever used Syrup Pepsin and you would
like to make a personal trial of it be
fore buying it in the regular way of a
opinion or many people or different , druggist, send your address a postal
nges, among- mem airs. li. is. .fruitt, will do to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 414
iserea. .y and .Mrs. Clara Cava- Washington St, Monticello. I1L, and
jinugii, ii i-opiar sl. Augusta, ua.,
and they have Syrup Pepsin constant
ly in the house.
a free sample bottle will be mailed
you. Results are always guaranteed
or money will be refunded.
One new bank and 45 new business
firms mark the forward strides of
Greenville, Tex., during the past two
years and at present there is not a
vacant business building in the city.
Arthur A. Kllse & Co. offer the fol
Sevresware, Capo di Monte ware, art
and antique goods, old silverware jew
elry, 33 1-3 percent.
Navajo blankets, 25 percent.
Brass goods, 20 percent.
Paintings. 50 percent.
Indian goods, 25 percent.
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Tuesday.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Prompt Hnclc Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Needing glasses: See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Jones, foot specialist, Mills Bldg.
Women Join In Strike. t
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 6. Women
joined in the street car strike here,
when a party of more than a dozen
attacked a car with bricks, bottles and
other missiles. They made their es
cape before a call brought a squad of
militiamen to the scene.
New Bedford Cords, Men's Wear Serges, Widewale Diag
onals, Two-toned Whipcords, Smart Novelty Tweeds, Fancy
Worsteds, Black-and-White Checks, in fact every fabric Fash
ion favors for Fall.
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Tjaj!i.KjBj o no reason m ine world, wuy you
shouldn't possess a thoroughly high-class,
modish, perfectly-tailored Suit and enjoy the con
stant pleasure and satisfaction of such a possession!
Usually a Tailored Suit of such a character costs
anywhere, from $35 up a long way up! TOMOR
ROW YOU' CAN CHOOSE from scores of Suits,,
faultless in style, Quality, Pit and Finish, plain tai
lored or clever noveltv designs, at "$25! THESE
SUITS ARE NTSWEST OF THE NEW, in Material,
Color and Design. See them!
Recent Arrivals in
The New Fall Coats
NEVER have we enjoyed such a tremendous busi
ness in coats as this season, due largely to our
varied stock of prettiest models and the extensive
price range. Many new coats have arrived during
the past week, among which arc the very latest
modes evolved by Fashion. The new introductions
are exceedingly handsome novelties prettier than
we haverever exhibited. In all colors and sizes. Tins
weelv we will make a special display of these new
Boucles, Pebble Cheviots, Chinchillas, Wide-wale
Serges, Scotch Plaid Back Fabrics, Zibeline, Diag
onal and Striped Boucles.
For house vrlrlnff and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company. 31? Mills street.
DrV Garrett, diseases of stomach and
intestines, removed to 403-4 Roberts
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist.
iDr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
XI S. Department oi Agriculture,
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Otaerrattoas takes &t8 a.B Mveatr-aAh
rldUnmne. Air preonn reduced to sac level.
Isobam (coattsooua lraat) pas tkiooeb mints
of equal air premtro. I30tbskms (dotted Maw)
pass throogh potatt of eoul teanwratare; dnwa
only for aero, freezing, SIP. and M06.
O clear. Q psxUy cloadr. $ doady;
(g) zaln: mum; report mbshic.
Attowe fly with the triad. Kist furores, teawer
tore; second. prodpltaUoB of .01 lack at mors
for tut H boon: third, aasunum wind Teloo-
BI Paso, Tnea, Nov. 5, 1912.
Kl Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
and Wednesday: colder 'tonight.
New Mexico Tonight generally fair;
cooler iq. extreme east portion. Wed
West Texas Tonight fair and cold
er. Wednesday fair; colder in south
WIM, TRY TO GKT NKXT , CBISAXAX CHARGED WITH
D. A. R. MEETING HERE. SHOOTING AT W. TJ. EMPLOYE.
Mrs. R. E, Thomason, delegate of Hong Wong, employed at the Im-
the local chapter of the Daughters of . perial restaurant ii the rear of the
the American devolution will en
deavor to secure the next state meet
ing for El Paso She leaves tonight
for Dallas where the state conven
tion is to be held She will carry with
her invitations from mayor C. E Kelly
and the El Pao chamber of commerce
requesting that the association meet
here next 5 ear
Tour eight-foot and
Tin-nc i"e-. for sale at
''tore, Lutle Plaza.
Hotel oheldon. at 2 oclock Tuesday
morning, it was alleged, took two shots
at Edward Solas, an employe of the
AVestem Union Telegraph company.
Wong was arrested. Solas, it was said,
went into the restaurant and a dis
pute arose Solas, the police say. was
aimed with a stick, and when Wong
displajed the pistol the messenger boy
ran for the front entrance. He was
not struck by the bullets.
Kl Paso Herald Want Ads bring quick
r. suits, tost is small.
Hi Paso Readings.
v Today. Ystdy.
a.m. 6 p.m.
(sea level) 29.93 29.87
Dry thermometer 49 (6
Wet thermonreter 40 58
Dew point 29 36
Relative humidity 45 31
Direction of wind W SW
Velocity of wind 8 4
State of weather Pt-Cldy. Pt-Cldy.
Rainfall last 24 hours
Highest temp, last 24 hrs..70
Lowest temp, last 24 hrs...48
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 10 2 feet. No change
in last 24 hours.
Charged With Embezzlement.
San Francisco, CaL, Nov. 5. An am
bition to become the moving picture
magnate of the Pacific coast is alleged
to have led Wallace J. Poland, until
three weeks ago cashier of the San
Francisco office of the International
Harvester company, to embezzle $84,000
of his employers' money. Judge K. M.
Greene, attorney for the Harvester
company, caused Poland's arrest qn the
specific charge of having embezzled
$1500 or October' 3. Judge -Greene said
Poland had admitted peculations to
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira V. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Mexican Hernia on Salo
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Dr. R. 31. Ratlin, dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget & RatHff, 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
May Liberate Woman.
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 5. Mrs. Pansy
Leah, who confessed to the poisoning
of two women in Pettus county. Mo.,
more than a half dozen years ago, may
never be punished by law, according to
local authorities. Representatives of
the district attorney's office who have
questioned the young woman and pe
rused the press dispatches from Se
dalia. Mo., declared it was impossible
to convitc her in spite of her confession
and that no judge would accept her
plea of guilty without corroborative
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist, 501-592 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1650.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestine.-. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 BI Paso street.
Dr. Robinson, disease o children, and
obstetrics. 211,-Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Hae your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co.. IIS N. Stanton St. Both phones.
State or Ohio. Citt op Toledo. -
Lucas Courrr. f s.
Fsakk J. Cheyet makes mtb that he la sealer
partner at the Arm of F. J. Chbnet &z Co dome
bmlPH In the City of Toledo. County and State
aforaarfid. and that said Arm vni pay toe sem of
O.VE HUNDRED DOLLARS lor each and every
eaae of Catarrh that cannot be cured ay the use
HAUB VATAKKH UOU,
XRAXK J. CIIBNEY.
Sworn to before me and rabecribed la my preeeee&.
uus bin uay oi .ueceawer, A. u.. lass.
. , A. W. GLEASOJf.
sbal r Not.ibt Public.
Rani Catarrh Core is takes Internally and acta
directly upon the Wood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testlmon.ols. free
F J. CHENEY &. CO. Toledo, a
o'd by all Dru&rlsTS. 7c
Take Hall s Family Pills lor cocatlrsUOQ.
Beautiful New Umdermuslins
Grand Values 45c, 95c, $1.45, $1,95
T WOULD not have beenaposeible to build up here EI Pa&o one of the
chief stores for supplying women with Undenauslms if our Undermuslins had
not been notably satisfactory from every standpoint. Something more han
low prices was necessary to bring such a business as comes to this store all the
year 'round. N
"POPULAR" Undermuslins can be RELIED UPON. They are of the
RIGHT SORT. Good fabrics, good stvles, good workmanship are their char
acteristics. They satisfy taste and they supply service. Their durability k as
marked as their daintiness. At such prices as we name, k is hard to understand
how any 'tfoman will neglect the chance to buy all she needs now and all she is
likely to need for some months to come.
Corset Covers, Drawers, Skirls, Chemise, Combination Suits
and Gowns, Made in Sanitary Shops, of Muslin and Crepe.
45c, 95c, $1.45, $1.95
We have just received by
express a shipment of
misses' all wool sweater
coats in th popular car
dinal shade. Made with
the "rough-neck" eellar
and collarless styles. Red
and pearl buttons, out
side pockets. "Popular"
Infants Long and Short
Muslin Slips, sizes 6
months to 1 year,
25c & 50c
Women 's Flannel Shirts 95c
DISTINCTIVELY new and very smart and
stylish a strictly tailored shirt of all
wool striped and plain French flannel and
Mack soi&ette. This shirt is made in the be
coming tailored fashion, has a visible front
closing; a jaunty pocket, and a fashionable
soft turned down collar. The sleeves are full
length and made in the set-in tailored style
and are finished with soft turn-back Qp
mffs. "Popular" special aOC
These striped sweaters
are the fad of the sea-,
son made in all college
color stripes. We have
just received a big ship
ment in sizes suitable for
misses, priced at $3.45;
Your choke of our
SEVEN FINED $5 FOR
Guillermo Annendariz, O. Delgado,
Juan Ochoa, M. Barragan.. F. Alarcon,
F. Delgado and Leon Marquez, arrested
by the soldiers in the vicinity of Wash
ington park Sunday night and docketed
at the police station on a charge of dis
turbing the peace, were each fined ?5
bv judge Adrian Pool in the corporation
court Monday afternoon. Several sol
diers testified at the trial that the de
fendants threw rocks at them, and
cursed them. Later they said that one
of them fired five shots from a revolver.
A pistol was lound. it was said, after
tbe arrest was made and the defendants
had been lined up and searched. The
pistol was in evidence in the corporation
court, but was not claimed. The fine
of Juan Anchondo. who was arrested at
the same time, was remitted, because it
was stated he told the truth about the
transaction. The other defendants when
placed on the stand denied any connec
tion with the affair.
DEAN OF PHILADELPHIA
MUSICIANS DIES AT 72 YEARS
Philadelphia. Pa . Nov. 5. Seigfried
Behrens. dean of Philadelphia musicians
and prominentlv connected in past Tears
with manv operatic entures. died at his
home here today. He was 72 jears old.
OF PECOS ELECTS
Pecos, Tex., Nov. 5. At the annual
meeting of the' Pecos Commercial club,
held in the club rooms, F. W. Johnson
was in the chair with 69 members pres
ent. The meeting was opened by an
invocation by Rev. J. B. Cole, and the
program was carried out complete with
the exception of a short talk by J. A.
Drane, he being absent. The club starts
lie new year with bright prospects.
Mr. Johnson decided to drop into the
private ranks, after serving three years
as president. He was elected honorary
president for life. T. Y. Casey, manager
of the Pecos Mercantile company, was
elected president: W. A. Hudson, vice
president, and J. G Love, treasurer, sec
retary Harkey having been elected for
one year on October 1. The Commercial
dub'wiU try to interest homeseekers and
foreign capitalists in investing in the
Toyah and Pecos valleys of Texas, and
also to build up the interest in our town
and country in every way possible.
GRAND JURY IS GIVEN
In empaneling the grand jury Monday,
judge Dan M. Jackson of the 34th dis
trict court, laid special stress on the
gaming, election laws and the prov isions
of the statute eoverainer the runniMr
of the houses of ill tame. He urged the I
grand jurors to make investigation, and
summon witnesses who were competent
to testify, when notice of the violations
of any of these laws had been brought
to their notice.
The grand jury for the November term
of the district court is composed of the
following: D. M. Payne, foreman; V. R.
Stiles. A. J. Schutz, J. Stolaroff, Baxter
Lewis, B. F. Darbvshire, L. H Tucker.
E. W. Pew. Fred J. Weekerle, Bernard
Schuster, T. H. Rogers. C. JL Leavell,
R. C. Semple, H. P. Jackson and R. W.
Se us for bargains in city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
I'heae 5313. 14 MlHa Bldg.
El Tama. Texas.
MOSLKK SAFE FOR SALK
Um Bandar Freef Chest.
ELLIS HROS. PRINTING