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Saturday, Xovemlio-gl2 11
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A Remarkable Milk Record
Below is a facsimile of the official report on a sample of our
CERTIFIED milk which we entered at the International Dairy Show,
Milwaukee. This sample was 1 0 DAYS OLD when tested. It was
produced October 15, taken from our stock Oct. 16th, put in a tub
packed with ice and shipped by express that night. It arrived in Mil
waukee Oct. 18th, was delivered Oct. 19th, and scored on the 25 th,
ten days old. Any other milk produced in El Paso would have been
clabber before it reached Milwaukee, yet OURS scored PERFECT
The winner scored 98.6 and the second was 97.9, both much
closer to Milwaukee than we are.
INTERNATIONAL DAIRY SHOW ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee, October 22-31, 1912.
i ocore cara ror lviiiK. f
Class Certified Milk. ExhibifNo. 220. ,
Item score allowed Remarks
Bacteria ....-.- 35 -3.3 Bacteria found per cubic centi-
Flavor and Odor 25 24 meter 2550.
Visible dirt 10 9
Fat 10 -10 Per cent found 4.0.
Solids not fat 10 1 0 Per cent found 8.8.
Acidity ...'.... .5 5 Per cent found 1.86.
Bottle and cap -. ..-.- 5 5 ' T
Total 100 96
Exhibitor. El Paso Dairy Co., El Paso, Texas.
Sighed by Judges W. C. Stocking, Jr., E. G. Hastings and A.
Iran C. Weld, Supt. Milk Department
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Attractions Include "Bella
Donna," "C. 0. D." and
"She Stoops to Conquer. " .
OBy Emory B Calvert.)
' "New York, N. Y., Nov. 1. The open
ing of the opera season somewhat
overshadowed the usual weekly in
terest in.' the dramatic premieres, this
week. An unusually brilliant quartet
of plays, however, served in some
measure to draw attention from the
rippling notes of the Metropolitan
tenors and fix it upon the more hum
ble Broadway offerings.
The dramatic menu this -week com
prised "Bella Donna," -with madam
ftazimova as the principal attraction,
which was staged at the Empire; An
nie Russell in "She Stoops to Con
quer." at the Thirty Ninth street;
"C. O. D.." a farce bv Frederic Chn-
pln, at the Gaiety; and '"Snow White,""
at tne uttie tneater.
To those who love Robert Hichin's
portrayal of the east, who care to
dwell upon the exotic note he invari
ably strikes, and who are susceptible
to the romances he Veaves about
Egypt's sands and trees, James It
Fagan's dramatisation of this famous
novel, which was dramatized and
staged t the Empire theater, with
madam Naximova in the title role on
Monday night, will prove a source of
melodramatic and scenic Interest.
There are, of course, some points
which those, who worship the works
At the top, on the left, Is n scene from the first act of C. O. D.," which
Is oow playlnp: at the Gaiety. On the right Is Vlolcttc Seaton, la "The Gypsy,"
at the Park theater. At the bottom, on, the left, are Charles Blockall and
Mobs Morgan, la "The Whip," at the Manhattan opera hoasc. On the right
is Xbc. Aailmova, who Is playing in J as. B. Fagan's dramatization of "Bella
DgBBa," at the Empire. .
of this romancer of the east, may
hold are radical departures from the
spirit of the novel. Such, for in
stance, is the acting of madam Naz
Unova, whose dark and sensuous
beauty bears rather a resemblance to
the mysterious east than to the "cold,
blond beauty of the London draw
ing rooms," as described by the au
thor. Then too her faulty pronun
ciation has much to do with dispel
ling the " atmosphere of familiarity
which the dramatist seems to have
wished to present to the audience.
But if madam Nazimova has irrevo
cably lost the physical bearing of her
role she has created another and quite
as interesting a character in her por
trayal of Hitchtn's rather impossible i f.0'6 deaths, the woman's love for
Mrs. Chepstow. And as the play pro
greases It is evident that this Mrs.
Chepstow, Nazimovized, so to speak.
Is in a large measure responsible for
the play's success.
The spirit of the melodrama runs
strongly through the new "play, hi
the first act the poison note is truck
through a conversation between Mrs.
Marchmont and Dr. Isaacson, which
concludes just as Mrs. Chepstow en
ters the doctor's office. In the en
suing dialog between the doctor and
his patient the intimate relations be
tween Mrs. Chepstow and Nigel .Ar
mine are brought to light, and as a
climax for the act Nigel himself vis-
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its the doctor, and in answer to the
latters importunities to free himself
from his infatuation, , tells the physi
cian that he and Mrs. Chepstow are
about to sail for Egypt on the mor
row. The succeeding scenes are replete
with the Hichin's atmosphere or the
east. There is the deep blue of the
Nile, the never ending song of the
Nile boatmen to Allah, the feathery
palm trees in the distance and the
burning sands of the desert Through
this panorama of visual beauty twists
and twines the ,sordid love tale.
The slow poisoning of Armine by
s companion, his seemingly inevit-
Barondi. Armine's final rescue by his
friend. Dr. Isaacson all close In one
melodramatic scene a scene in which
Mrs. Chepstow laughs defiance at Dr.
Isaacson, admits poisoning her lover
and throws herself into the arms of
Barondi. only to be repulsed and to
again go forth into the world, the
whim of fortune and of men.
Charles Bryant, as the doctor made
a notable success, with Frank Gil
more in the role of Armine and Rob
ert Whitworth us Barondi proved able
and earnest actors.
Bewildering complications seems to
have been the aim of Frederic Chapin,
the author of "C O. D.," which had
its premier Monday night at Gaiety
theater. Furthermore, like all good
nlavwrfchts. Mr. Phanin ha. marie
i iuee complications cumulative ana
nas injected into his plot three dis
tinct sets of characters. hoDing. we '
presume to go the rural production of
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," with their twin
lawyer Marks, one better.
The scene opens in a farm yard
on three rustic characters, the farm
er, the farmer's wife and the hired
man. Then enter three men who
have just escaped from a railroad
wreck as their painful lack of raiment
gives evidence and next come the
farmer's three daughters, accompan
ied by the three wives of the three
railroad wrecked characters.
A thunderstorm serves to keep this
interesting cast at the farm house,
and the husbands, rankling over the
flirtation of their wives, bribe the
farmer to turn them and their es
corts out of doors. The storm, how
ever, proves so violent that the wom
en are again driven to take shelter
in the house, where the farmer's
wifej ignorant of the assignment of
farmhouse rooms to the three men by
her spouse, shows each of the wom
en to an apartment already occupied
bv a m;:n
iiai.lt. uf .1i WUXHV1 ' " bi.r.ans
has get into the chamber of some
other woman's husband, and after a
scene in which the men are shown
garbed in a night raiment that no sane
man would ever don and an equally
weird feminine attire there is a
Then conies the morning after. The
three men are about to slip away
from the farm, when three convicts
compel them to change clothes, the
husbands putting on the prison
stripes. In this garb they are ar
rested by two prison guards.
Now for the finale. Three wives
forgive three husbands; three young
men from the city are to marry three
farmers' daughters; the hired man
who hoped to wed "ne of them ex
claims. "Oh! H ," and, yes the
initials of each of the husbands
form the title of the play, "C. O. D."
Charles A. Murray, as Mr. C O.
Darlington, proved the star of the even
ing with the rest of the cast trail
ing out behind.
Miss Annie RusseH's season of nine
weeks in English classic plays, began
Monday night at the Thirty Ninth
Street theater with "She Stoops to
This ancient favorite was welcomed
by a large audience which seemed to
know Goldsmith's production almost
as well as did the actors.
Much applause -was accorded the
three principal roles. Tony Lmpkin,
Kate Hardcastle and young Mr. Mar
low. Miss Russell, of course, chose
the part of Kate Hardcastle for her
self, and a very beautiful Kate she
made. In fact her beauty was only
surpassed by her acting, and her act
ing was only equaled by that of
Mr. Reichter. Both of these genius-,
es, however, were thrown into the!
the shade by the Tony Lumpkin of
Gldden was easily the feature of
Bilious, Throbbing Headache
Means Bowels are Clogged
and Liver Stagnant.
You're bilious, you have a throbbing
sensation in your head, a bad taste in
your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin
is yellow, -with dark rings under your
eyes; your lips are parched. No wonder
you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempered.
Your system is full of bile not properly
passed off. and what you need is a
cleaning up inside. Don't continue be
ing a bilious nuisance to yourself and
those who love you, and don't resort
to harsh physics that irritate and injure.
Remember that most disorders of the
stomach, liver and intestines can be
quickly cured by morning with gentle,
thorough Cascarets they work while
you sleep. A 10-cent box from your
druggist will keep .your liver and
bowels clean; stomach sweet and your
head clear for months. Children love
to take Cascarets, because they taste
good and never gripe or sicken. Adv.
This is what the new luminous
radiators appear to be. The soft
cheerful glow is just the thing to
warm the bath room or as an
auxiliary heat in the bed room.
We will be glad to show you one,
at our office.
the performance, keeping the audience
in roars of laughter by his antics.
Wishes to tell you FREE
How She Stopped
Her Husband's Drinking
By all Mean Write to Her
and Learn bow She did it.
For over 20 years James Anderson of 367
Elm Ave., Hillburn, N. Y., was a very hard
drinker. His caje seemed a hopeless one,
but 10 years ago his wife
in their own little home,
gave him a simple
remedy which much to ,
licr delight stopped his
To make sure that
the remedy was respon
sible for this happy
result she also tried it on
her brother and sev
eral of her neighbors.
It was successful in
every case. None of them
has touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since.
She now wishes everyone who has drunk
enness in their homes to try this simple
remedy for she feels sure tliat it will do as
much for others as it has for her. It can be
given secretly if desired, and without cost
she will gladly and willingly tell you what it
is. All you have to do is write her a letter
asking her how she cured her husband of
drinking and she will reply by return mail in
a sealed envelope. As she has nothing to sell
do not send her money. Simply send a letter
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Ander
son at the address given above, taking care
to write your name and full address plainly.
(We earnestly advise every one of our readers
'u.-ho 'wishes to cure a dear one of drunkenness
to ivrite to Ms lady today, tier offer is a
t metre one. J
"i. -v ' . .-
Out of an ancient fairy tale of the
brothers Grimm, Jesse Braham White
has woven a fairy play that should
captivate every child from the At
lantic to the Pacific This play is
"Snow White" -which had its premier
at the Little theater on Thursday
In truth no small part of the In
terest of the performance centers in
the children whose dearest friends
and most hated enemies cavort upon
the stage. These little ones, gaxing
open mouthed at the visualization of
the oft repeated story, rise in their
seats with crows of delight when the
cruel huntsman spares the life of
Snow White, or cower into the arms
of their mothers when the cruel queen
Brangomar seems about to accom
plish the death of that very beautiful
But not alone need "Snow White"
be restricted to women and children
for it has been staged with beauty
and originality that cannot help but
make it one of the popular plays of
The curtain -rose on the throne room
of queen Brangomar, where danced
six diminutive maids of honor to
Snow White, and presently in her gar
nlture of raven hair and humble
gown strolled Snow White from the
scullery. Then rapidly came the queen
Brangomar and the plot to murder in
nocent Snow White, through the brave
chief huntsman Berthold.
When the curtain rose again it
showed a typical bit of fairy forest
land, the boles of the trees disclosing
Ibng vistas of greensward. Here Ber
thold made his mighty decision and
here little Snow White exposed the
childlike confidence In her big com
panion that unwittingly won for her
Then followed the house of the seven
little dwarfs and Wonder Eyes looked
at the little beds of different sizes
and at the little chairs and Many
Questions, who hadn't even munched
a peanut since luncheon, gazed hun
grily at Snow White daintily nibbling
the lillipution luncheon.
But the dwarfs and their kindness
gave way in turn to a revelation of I
Berthold's duplicity to his queen. In '
the witch's cave there were echoes '
of childish shrieks of laughter as ,
Witch Hex, putting the supposed heart '
of Snow White into her hellbroth,
evoked a hair tonic, which covered !
her head with the tails of little pigs.
It is unnecessary to name the squeal
ing creature whose cardiac center the
kindly Berthold had substituted.
But faster and still faster unwound !
the plot. Snow White had manv
roiraculous escapes till in the end,
like all good fairy tales sbe marrie ;
her prince and they live happily ever !
Marguerite Clark, as Snow White
was quite wonderful this was the
cpnscensus of a large conclave of Dr. S
isomers. Eaamc inescort. as queen
Brangomar, was a, children's Lady Mc
beth, of the first water. The other
performers who deserve mention ' are
Frank McCormick,. as sir 'Dandiprat
Bombas, the court chambermaid; Ar
thur Barry, as Berthold, .the . chief
huntsman; and Donald Gallagher, as
Besides these the cast included a
pretty chorus of dwarfs and. maids of
honor to say nothing to a witch or two
to make your blood run cold.
MADE AT MELROSE
Line to Run From Tucumcari; Douglas
Makes Offer of Donation, to Te-
Tucumcari, X. M.. Nov. IS. Farmers
living south of here on the nlains re
port that surveyors are at work on aj
canyon for a railroad. The road which,
is said to be the Santa. Fe. will run,
it is said, from Melrose, N. iL, to Tu
cumcari in order to have access to the
coal fields north of this place. A for
mer survey between Tucumcari and
Clovis is said to have been abandoned,
the route from Melrose having been
fcund to be more practical. There has
been a great deal of railroad talk re
garding these two sections of the coun
try during the last year or two, and
it is believed to be a question of a short
time only until another railway outlet
is given Tucumcari.
Dr. James Douglas of the El Paso &
Southwestern road, has offered to sub
scribe $500 toward defraying an accu
mulated debt on the First Baptist
church of this city, according to a
statement made here by one of the
church directors. The subscription is
given with the proviso that $1000 is
raised by the congregation and other
friends of the church.
' Reed Holloman, attorney for the
stockholders of the defunct Internation
al bank of this city, against which
corporation suit was brought the first
of the month by H. B. Jones, of Tucum
cari. receiver for the depositors, states
that he will file a demurrer to the
compaint early next month. The suit
is to compel settlement according to
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First dose of Pape's Cold
Compound ends grippe
It is a positive fact that a dose of
Pape's Cold Compound, taken everv
two hours until three consecutive dose's
are taken, will end the Grippe and
break up the most severe cold, either
in the head, chest, back, stomach, limbs
or any part of the body.
It promptly relieves the most miser
able headache, dullness, bead and nose
stuffed up, feverishness, sneezing, sore
throat, running of the nose, mucous ca
tarrhal discbarges, soreness, stiffness
and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed, with the knowledge that there
is nothing else in the world, which will
cure your cold or end Grippe miserv
as promptly and without anv other as
sistance or bad after effects as a 25
cent package of Pape's Cold Compound,
which any druggist can supply accept
no substitute contains no quinine. Be
longs in every home. Tastes nice acts
the liability of the stockholders. A 40
percent dividend was paid depositors of
the bank a few months ago, it being
thought at the time that at least an
other 20 percent would be realised.
YOUNG LADIES WRITE
In my answers t constipation.
ly, one was to a
young lady who
had written me
I think I should not bo
Wide of the truth if I should say that
one-half of the youmr ladies of thi
country suffer from constipation.
Now I wish to say that Peruna will
regulate the bowels. It wil stimulate
the excretory organs. Peruna. wilt
clear the complexion simply because
it takes away the offending poisonous
materials which cause pimple
blotches, spots on the skin, roughness
of the skin, warts, moles and the like.
I make no aoologv and have nn hoi.
(. tation in saying to the public thar
Peruna taken according to directions
on the bottle will do more towards
beautifying the complexions of onr
young ladies than all the applications
that can be made to the skin. All the
facial massage and treatments that
have ever been invented never will do
these cases so much good as Peruna
except some other medicine which is
made on similar lines.
I do not claim that Peruna is the
only medicine that will prevent ab
sorption Of noisona frnm th. hnsuK
the advertised remedies for pimples. But I do claim that it is one of the
ples and back
heads that were
spoiling her com
plexion. I under
took to give this
young lady some
li e r name of
of my advice on
this subject has
brought me a
shower of letters
from young la
dies. I had no
UartmaH. idea there were so
many vounr ladies
afflicted in this way. In spite of all
and lauded preparations to produce clear
sKin ana spienaia complexion, in spite
of all this it seems there are a large
number of young ladies Who are hag
gardly anxious about their complexions.
I thought perhaps a short talk from i
me on tftls subject might be a good
Of course I will be suspected of
wishing only to sell my medicine, and
to recommend Peruna for such cases.
I In spite of this, however, I am going
i crvusimitriui x-trruiiit iur pimpies ana
blackheads. Let me tell you why.
The bowels when they are healthy
contain no poisonous material. Long
reiwc m jiiai i-xi generate tne
contents of the bowels are discharged,
provided they are in ordinary ac
tivity. But constipation will dam up
the contents of the bowels and re
tain them so long that they decom-
riuias. These poisons are abaornsd
by the blood Vessels in the bowels and
taken into the system. The result is
pimples and blackheads and other
disfigurements of the eomnleion.
Young ladies c-pecially art. subject to
REBELS DKFEAT FEDERALS:
FEDERALS CROSS THE LISE
Four Mexican federal soldiers are
held by United States troops at Hachita.
X. M.. Aul.ject to orders from the war
department, says a report received to
day by Gen. IUZ. Steever at Fort Bliss.
They fled acroVs the river after their
fellows were routed by a band of rebels
at Colonii Fernandez, just below the
JSew Mexico line. The refugees, who : pose and furnish poisonous gas and
their rifles, report that a small detach
ment of federals met a band of rebels
under Inez Salazar and, after a sharp
skir:ni the government troops were
medicines that will do this a reliable
one an old and trusted one one that
has stood the test of years one that
is lauded by thousands of people who
have tried it.
So then, young ladies, if you want
clear skins, free from pimples, take
Peruna. This is the advice of an old.
experienced physician who admires
young ladies in a fatherly way, who is
acquainted with scores of them. What
I am telling you in this article I
have told my own family, my own
children and grandchildren many
times, and the numerous acquaintances
ances with whom I daily associate.
Peruna, Manalin and Lacupia man
ufactured by the Peruna Company .
Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug
SPECIAL XOTICE: Many person!
inquire for file Old-time Peruna,
They want the Peruna that their
Fathers and Mothers used to take.
The old Peruna is now called Katar
no. If your druggist or dealer doci
not keep it for sale write the Katarno
Company. Columbus. Ohio. and ttv
will tell ou all about it. Adv.