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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1912
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ble. My own ambition will be mora ture probably will be strongly ijemo-
than satisfied if I may be permitted to cratic In both branches.
be the frank spokesman of the nation's J NORTH CAROLINA.
thoughtful purposes in these great j Raleigh, N. a, Nov. 6. Taft ran a
matters." j bad third, but Wilson polled the usual
T?w.?res,dent.Jat..at Washington, i Democratic plurality over Roosevelt
T, "&i -".- ,n this state.
waruuy aifjincuuc jruui tftiuu u-
sage of last night and wish to express
my sincere personal regards."
To Col. Roosevelt, at Oyster Bay, he
sent the following telegram:
"My sincerest thanks for your kind
message. Pray accept my cordial good
Wilson Wire McCembs. m
Responding to a telegram from, the
Democratic national chairman, assert
ing that he was unquestionably
elected, the Democratic candidate last
night sent a dispatch to Mr. Mc
Combs as follows:
"I deeply appreciate your telegram
and wish to extend to you, and the
members of the campaign committee,
my warm congratulations on the part
vmi hflVd nlavd in th nrfirnniCAtion
j and conduct of a campaign fought out
upon essential issues.
"A great cause has triumphed.
Every Democrat, every true progress-
lend his full force and enthusiasm to Roosevelt has capyired thU state from
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 6. This state Is
safe for Wilson, Taft having run third.
The Republican state ticket wins.
Columbus, O., Nov. 6. President Taft
lost his own state by a plurality of
I nearly 100,000.
! Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 6.
! Woodrow Wilson carried Oklahoma, by
a majority estimated at 30.000. Sena
tor Robert L. Owen, candidate for re
election under the Oregon plan, de
feated his Republican opponent, judge
J. B. Dickerson. by a large majority.
Portland. Ore., Nov. 6. Oregon is
safe for Wilson, though the count will
not be complete for some days.
Roosevelt is second.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. B Theodore
the fulfillment of the people's hope.
the establishment of the people's right,
so that justice and progress may go
hand in hand."
LITTLE TO SAY
CURRY IS ttOT
Congressman George Carry, of Tula
rosa. K. M., who Was" injured in an au- i died Wednesday morning at 1:JQ clock
tomobile accident Saturday night, is in- at the family residence. 1201 Boulevard,
proving and suffered no serious results She is survived by her husband and
iront the accident Congressman Curry i fOU,
was returning from Bent, N. 1L, where
he spoke Saturday evening. When with
in on mile of Tularosa, the left rear
hind wheel collapsed and the ear
turned turtle, throwing: the New Mex
ico congressman and his six friends out
All escaped serious injuries and. aside 1 be held Thursday morning at 10 oclock
from black eyes and bruises, .were not
nurt. jJr. j. k. Howell, or xuiarosa, said
Will Drop Polities PeMttes for the
Time Being Sends Meeuiage ef
CenKratHlatlea to WHhoh.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Nov. 6. There
was no interruption of the routine at
Sagamore Hill on account of the re
sult of yesterday's election. CoL
Roosevelt was back at his desk today
as though nothing out of the ordi
nary had happened.
"There is not a word that I can say
just now," said the colonel this after
noon. "I may have something to say
Col. Roosevelt probably will meet
some of the Progressive leaders within
the next few days, although he has
made do definite plana. He expects to
drop politics as far as possible for the
time, leaving the detailed work to hi
Roosevelt Say 'Cause LIve."
Shortly before midnight last night
CoL Roosevelt made the following
. "The American people, by a great
plurality, have decided in favor of gov
ernor Wilson, and the Democratic
party. Like all good citizens, I ac
cept the result with entire good
humor and contentment As for the
Progressive cause, I can only repeat
MRS. GEORGE B. KLYG. " - - JTTiL ader" W t5
Mrs. George K. King, aged 5$ years, Um Deinff is of little consequence, but
the cause itself must in tne ena
triumph, tot its triumph is essential
to the well being of the American
CoL Roosevelt sent the following
telegram to governor Wilson: '
"The American people, by a great '
highest honor in their gift I con
gratulate you thereon.
DEATHS AND BURIALS
the Republican party which gave Taft
nearly 300,000 plurality four years ago.
Taft runs a poor third, while Wilson
and Roosevelt ran neck and neck dur
ing much of the count
Providence. -R. L. Nor. 6. Revised
fpivp the following result: RooMtvelt
16.488; Taft, 27,755; Wilson, 30,204;
Charleston, S. C. Nov. . Roosevelt
electors ran second, but Wilson polled
the usual Democratic plurality.
Wilson's majority in this state is es
timated at between 50,000 and 00.000.
Sioux Falls, 8. D., Nov. 6. With no
Taft electors in the field, Roosevelt
probably wins over Wilson, though
the count is very close. Wilson may
come across in the complete count.
Nashville, Tenn.. Nov. 0. The usual
Democratic pluralities were polled.
Austin. Tex., Nov. S. Wilson's
plurality will be 20,000 more than
Bryan's four years ago. Very few Taft
votes were cast.
Salt Lake. Utah. Nov. 6 This state
gives Its electoral vote to Taft.
Burlington, Vt, Nov. S. Though
closely contested. Vermont remains
with the Republican party and votes
Richmond, "Va., Nov. 0. Roosevelt
polled a fair vote in-this state, but the
usual Democratic plurality is not af-
four children. Mrs. Ochoa, Mrs. Wheeler,
John and Arthur King. The family '
moved to Mexico from El Paeo about '
20 years ago, residing at Chihuahua
and Guadalajara, but a year ago re
turned to El Paao. The funeral will
Seattle, Wash., Nov. 6. Roosevelt
wins the state of Washington over
Wilson. Taft had little show.
Five hundred and seventy-six pre
cincts out of 1903 in the state of
! Washington give Roosevelt 33,489;
Wilson 24,791; Taft 19.776.
.For governor, 4S9 precincts give
ready for you to pick in
these nifty new imported
J Genteel Felt
Every color every shade
every shape that's new.
Look all over town and if
you can't find what you
want come to us; we've
$2.00 to $10.00
The Jackson Grocery Co., and Stand
ard Grocery Co., having consolidated
have decided to put on a " Get Ac
FAXCY CALIFORNIA IRISH POTATOES "" -r
100 pounds for
FAKCY BXTRA STANDARD TOMATOES
Per case .
PURITY THE PURE BUTTSR
SEDWICH CREAMERY BUTTER .
Per dozen :
STRICTLY FRESH KANSAS EG6S
Gold Coin Flour, "Pore Soft Wheat" 2 lb. box Dainty Codfish
24 lb. sack QC
48 1b. saek
zor ... ...-'
American Lady Flour,' "Pure
24 lb. saek
4S lb. seek
83-4 lb. sack Cora Meal oj-
2 pkgs. Bateton Buekwkeat oj
Flour for tJ
Aunt Jemima. Pancake Flour, 1A
2 pkgs. Golden Dates ?Kr
Imported TurWau Figu, per 0c
Pig's fleet, in kits,
2 ess bund packed
3 emue Standard Corn
2 fte. large siae or 3 lbs.
medium ane Prunes for. .
3 Jbs- New Seeded Raisins
New Pack Asparagus -
1 lb. Tall Cm Tips
3 IK Tali can Tips'
Large Whole Oreea, pa-
Large Wbole WMte, per
Wednesday over the Ions distance tele-
pfione, tnat aside from a nervous con
dition, congresman Curry was himself
HesttiBK Steves Every Size and Price,
laturie Hardware Go, M9 MtHe St.
Democrat, 15.63c: Hay. Ken-
Hodge. Progressive, 12.072.
congressman at large, 375 pre-
front the church of the Immaculate j m ATrn TTDrtTtC! rfCS"!? R'F
Conception. I J.ia.x a uav4io ' ' "'J-1
- i . - vwhwii eaumn ak jo h ev lk as
PUBLICANS TO JCALIiY dnets give Falconer (P.) 11.SS0; Bryan
ruumuxiiiw j-v "", (P) n,2j2; FraBt (R) ii.S7S; Dewey
Washington, n. C itov. . presi
dent Taft. at 11 ocloek last nigtit.
eonceded the election of gover
nor Wilson. He issued tbe follow
ing statement from his brother's
home in Cincinnati:
You Yourself Can
Restore Your Vitality
VITAUTT is the neatest pow
er In the world. If I renew your
EBaXj VIGOR I restore you to
full and complete smnbood. No
matter what your age. whether
you are young or elderly, no mat
ter what early indiscretion may
have sapped your eourage, if I
reeunply you with new VITAL
ITY I give you the strength that
all healthy, vigorous men possess.
I know the source of this VITAL
SUPPLT. My HEALTH BELT,
with suspensory attachment,
pours a great stream of VITAL
ITY into your system hour after
hour all night while you sleep.
Thousands have said it 1-jmedl-ately
benefits end takes the
pein and weakness otit of the
back from one night's use. No
drugs, no medicines, no restric
tions of any sort excepting; that
all dissipation must cease. The
man who indulges excesses and
unnatural practices can never be
other than a weakling, but if you
promise me -as man to man that
you will be decent, take ordinary
care of your health and then use
my HEALTH BELT every night
for 0 to 90 days, I should then
be able to do in your case exactly
what all these other thousands of
men have said I did for them
Please write for my booklet to
day. Never mind about purchas
ing a Health Belt now; first get
into communication with me,
read what my book says, then
later, If we decide between us,
that you should have a Belt, and
if you decide that you want to use it, I will arrange for you to have one
te wear until you are cured. My Health Belt is the greatest vitalizer the
world has ever known. With special attachments it is a remedy for kid
ney, liver, stomach, bladder disorders, rheumatism, etc.
Let Me Send You
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ftuuuuuuuSRK.' ' rV
Connjur (D) 10,408; White
Humphrey ( auC TOurburton (P)
have established good leads in the
first and second congressional dis
tricts, respectively, 'while 180 precincts
'The returns insure the election of ' in the third gve La Follette (R) 6559;
governor Wilson to the presidency, i uoeam if 6361; JJrumdeller lll 5304.
This means an early change in the
economic policy of the government In
reference to the tariff. If this change
can be made without halting prosper
ity, I sincerely hope it may be.
"While the experiment of a chani
in the tariff is being; carried out
the Democratic administration, it be'
hooves Republicans to gather again to
the party standard and pledge anew
their , faith lb their party's principles
and Do organize again to defend the
constitutional government handed
down to us by our fathers."
President Taft sent this telegram to
"I cordially congratulate you on
your election, and extend to you ray
best Tvishes for a successful adminis
tration. "William H. Taft."
REBEL LEADER SENDS
MESSAGE TO WILSON
The following telegram was sent to
day to the president elect by attorney
Ricardo Gomez Robelo, representative
of the revolution in the north of
"As representative of Gen. Pascual
OrozCo and the revolutionary move
ment in Mexico, I cordially congratu
late you. Especially sincere is our
: happiness at your success since the
platform of the Democratic party is
almost parallel to the reforms for
which we of Mexico are fighting.
Pill in the coupon; let me send
you at once my tree booklet in plain
sealed envelope; it is profusely il
lustrated with halftone photos;
keep it in your pocket for easy ref
erence: read the chapter on Vitality;
t-ead the chapter on Debility: read
the chapter on those subjects which
interest every man. young or old,
who would be strong In manly vig
or. It is a word of hope, a carefully
written, interesting booklet which
should be in everyone's possession.
Therefore send today. If in or near
the city, call at my office. Hours.
9 to S.
DR. K. A. SANDES CO, 131 Breaaway, New York, X. Y.
Dear Sirs Please forward me your book, as advertised, free,
JOHXSOX SAYS PARTY
AVORK WILL GO OX
New York, Nov. i.Gvs. Johnson, the
defeated Progressive candidate for vice
president, was an early visitor at Pro
gressive headquarters today. He tali-ed
with chairman Dixon, George W. Per
kins and Gifford PinchoL
Governor Johnson said that the work
of the Progressive party would go on
unabated for the next four years.
oclock he started for uyster
Wheeling. W. Va, Nov. . Wilson
wins this state, though Taft seemed
to have some show early in the eount-
Milwaukee, Wis Nov. S. Wisconsin
will cast its 13 votes for Wilson. His
plurality is between 20.08 and 30.000.
with Ro&evelt running behind Talt.
The race for governor is very close.
Congressman Victor L. Berger, of
Milwaukee, the only Socialist ih es-n-gress,
was defeated for reelection by
former congressman William H. Staf
ford, who ran as a fusion candidate on
the Democratic ticket.
The entire Socialist ticket, locally,
went down in defeat.
Scattered returns on the woman's
suffrage amendment shows that the
proposition was overwhelmingly de
feated in Wisconsin.
Cheyenne, Wyo, Nov. ,. While the
result will not be known for some
time with certainty, it is believed that
Taft will get the three votes of Wyo
ming. Figures at 11:10 a. m. indicated that
Warren, Republican, for the senate, has
15, and Kendrtck, Democrat, 34 mem
bers of the legislature. Thre counties
were still to hear from, claimed by
both sides. The Republicans claim
1000 majority for the head ef the ticket.
With six counties to hear from. Re
publicans are claiming that senator
Warren -has 41 votes for United States i
senator with 42 necessary to elect.
Wilson and Taft are running close.
Congressman Mondell, l Republican, iB
Woman "Winn at I.austrr.
Langtry, Tex., Nov. 6. In this pre
cinct of Valverde county for county
judge, Brown beat McDowell, the
present incumbent. 13 votes. Miss
Strickland, for superintendent of
schools, has her man opponent badly
At 11 oclock he started
Bay to consult with CoL Roosevelt. He u -tjc a "KrVT TYE,TWnr,-P AfPTf
will leave New York this evening fowf MJsJS X UiOlJjJStLZ JAj
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tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened manhood, failing memory
and lame back, brought on by ex
cesses, unnatural drains, or the follies
of youth, that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right in their own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
have a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write me
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study
cf men and I am convinced it is the
surest-acting combination for the cure
of deficient manhood and vigor failure
ever put together.
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
2nd discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what 1 be
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upbuilding, SPOT TOUCHING remedy
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me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson,
4049 Luck Building. Detroit. Mich., and
I will send you a copy of this splen
did recipe in a plain ordinary envelope
free of charge. A great many doctors
would charge S3.00 to $5.00 for merely
writing out a pren Infton like- this
but I send it entirely free. Adv.
New Crop Almonds,
New Crop Nigger Toes,
New Orop Currants, Qg
nlr. for " &OC
3 medium size or 2 large siae OJJ
Mackerel for tOC
2 lb. Box WhKe Spray
100 POUKD SACK BRAN
liquid Veneer (sfrerjfcody
ZSe Sise Uotttes
56e Sise Bottles A.Ef
$1.00 See Bottles
CrCeiac FoB Mops
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Wednesday.
Dr. Bbert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills BIdg.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your oalL Phones,
Needing sristuienT See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald BIdg.
Div Jenes, feet specialiflt, Mills BMg.
AHte Club te Meet.
There will be a meeting of the El
Paeo Automobile club at the chamber
of commerce tonight. Vice president
C. B. Stevens will preside on account
of the absence of president J. G. Mc-Mary.
Our pboues are kept mighty busy these mornings, so if you please telephone
hi the afternoon for your next day's needs we can give you better serwae.
Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Jackson Grocery' Co.
Standard Grocery Co.
the Santa Pe, is in Kl Paso in hs pri
vate oar. He will return to Albuquer
que Wednesday night.
Dr. A. T Sxlll Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. ColBna. physician in chlet;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
Stl West Missouri street.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler BIdg.
Te Our Ctnteraersi
When our phone, No. 3.
p.'ease call 210.
HeM Bros, Cttnl and Weed.
Washington. D. C, Nov. t. William
8ulser, Democrat, is elected governor
in New York. In Massachusetts and
in Connecticut the indications are that
the, incumbents, Eugene N. Foss,
Democrat, and Simeon E. Baldwin,
Democrat, are reelected. In Illinois,
Edward F. Dunne, Democrat, appears
to be leading by a safe margin.
In Missouri the electioh of Elliott
W. Major, Democrat, is conceded by
: : : : :
4 COBB SBN'DS BL PASO
fr HIS COXOIttVTULATIONS
4 Austin, Tex, Nov. . Editor
El Paso Herald:
j Hurrah for Wilson. Please
4 congratulate the El Paso people
$ for me.
J Zach Lamar Cobb.
"or heme wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 31? Mills street.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach and
intestines, removed to 40S-4 Roberts
Summers Here In Private Car.
F. E. Summers, superintendent of
the El Paso-AIbuquerque division of
Dr. Cameron, dentist. S28 Mesa Ave.
Dr. Jamlesen, diseases of kidneys,
biaader, rectum and skin; 618 Mills BIdg.
Settle Canadian Strike.
Winnipeg. Man, Nov. 6. The eoal
miners' strike at Beilvtew, Alberta,
In which 1400 men went out Thursday.
was settled by J. a Jones, rice presi
dent of the United Mine Workers of
America, and Ralph Menard, general
manager of the West Canadian col
liery. The men affected were rein
stated. The outlook still is bad at
Fernle and Niehol. where JOO0 threat
en to strike if an arbitration board is
not immediately appointed to deal with
Mexlean Herald ea Sole
at Ward's Pharmacy, in m Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what bap
pens In Mexico.
Dr. R. X. RatHK dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget Ratlin", 204-6-6 Oaples BWg.
Dr. J. H. Pafret, dentist, 50 1-50 J Roberts-Banner
Bldg, phone 1650.
Dr. Reblasea, disease of children and
obstetrics, til Roberts-Banner BMr.
discovered a three-pound package of
dynamite under one corner ot the Hol
land Reformed church, now in course
of construction. The fuse was lighted,
the end being charred, but evidently
the fuse was extinguished before the
fire reached the caps.
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 9 Paso street.
. Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Mectrieal Supply
Co- US N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Real Estate Office Damaged.
The real estate office of Bishop and
MsDonald. in the Ainsa building on
Mesa avenue, was damaged by the fire
which wrecked the Union grocery on
the corner of Mesa and Franklin street.
The front was blown out by the explo
sion and the interior damaged by the
smoke and fire. The damage was esti
mated to be ?30.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases; of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bld.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomaon.
Heati&g Staves Svery Sice and Priest
Laurie Hardware Ce SM Mills St.
gams is PLwrrnrci. at
SAXTtt. ROSA: HTTNTHRS BUST
Santa Rose, N. M., Nov. S. Quail
season has opened here with the best
crop of quail for several years. Local
hunters report coveys of over a hun
dred, and jstate that the birds are in
excellent -condition. The cost of high
living in this vicinity is for the time
being dependent only upon the price
of ammunition. Game is plentiful.
Johnson's dairy has closed down its.
delivery service for the winter be
cause of the distance to town and
shortage of help, and arrangements
have been made to distribute a por
tion of the milk herd among parties)
in town who will supply the winter
Laurie Hardware Cos 99 XUls St.
I I if it
SUMMBR WIIITK IIOUSB CLOSED.
Beverly, Mass., Nov. 6. Parrauatta,
the summer white house, was closed
when Mrs. Taft, wife of the president,
and Miss Helen Taft left for Washing
ton. They stopped off in New York to
hear election returns at the home of
Henry W. Taft. the president's
Barler OH Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
CREAMERY COMPANY FMES
Austin. Texas. Nov. 6. A certificate
of dissolution was filed today in the
state department by the Jackson
Creamery company, of El Paso.
NEW BK.VX'MOXT POSTMASTER.
Washington. D. C, Nov. 6. Charles
R. Bone has been commissioned post
master at Beaumont.
Laurie Hardware Co, 303 Mills St.
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