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EL PASO HERALD
I Get Your Slice Of The
Earth Today in
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Conservative people believe that El Paso will have a population of 100,000 in 5 years.
That means double the present population think of the effect on Real Estate. Such an increase will doubie realty values many times over.
i Those who invest small sums now, will then be numbered among the wealthy. You will never make money any surer, quicker or easier than by buying these lots.
An investment that will make money for you in six months is a good thing to buy right NOW.
This is going to be the greatest Real Estate year El Paso has ever known. We want you to "get in right." Don't wait until prices are out of your reach. Take the oppor
tunity quickly or you will feel the regret of seeing others profit where you might have done so.
People who a few years ago were far sighted enough to invest in El Paso Real Estate are wealthy today. The next few years will prove greater than ever. El Paso is the only city
in the west with such magnifiicent resources and splendid location, that has escaped a boom,
And Government Hill is its Finest Addition.
Government Hill is in the path of the city's growth-and progress
water, electric lights, telephones and excellent car service.
-The city is growing eastward at a phenomenal rate. All modern improvements are there including pure mesa
Prices: $150 and Up 10 Down and 5 a Month
No Interest No Mortgage No Taxes
304 SAN ANTONIO ST.
LATTA & HAPPER
NEEDS AN EDUCATION
I have a small Orchad at Mammoth
Spring. Ark. I can sell if I can onley
And something better. Can I do it
I am buisv at Survevine itost
of the time.
Thanking you In advance fo any
better of Inquiry Prom Arkansas Man
About the San Simaa Valley Is
Judge L. H. Davis received the fol
lowing letter yesterday asking for in
formation on the San Simon valley in I
AriZOna, tne letter IE rSDrOdnOM VCT- . "that onmrnnn mMa Kwim. ..
batim as to spelling, punctuation. ' common within the next generatlon
DapitaJiratioir etc: I has been begun by prominent New
u TMrk!rLTFee'Ark- "I- ' im- ' To physicians. Here is a list of the
"'A 1 ". m iso, ieias: "don'ts" which the doctors say will
"& M - A OW Cb WZ41U (11! la U145
Declare "War on Colds.
A crusade of education which aims i
ACCUSED OF MURDER,
GIRL TELLS OF WRONGS
Bl Paso Herald About San Simon,
Valey. At which says for father par
ticulars write you, is why I take the
Liberty to write you. I once lived in
Arizona, and have always liked it I was
n Flag 8taf and Hole Brook, about 19
rears ago. have been sory I left there
Well what I want to knew is this
?an a fellow doo any good there now
i am a Surveyor, and can doo good
work in my line can a fellow get any
rork to do there in Surviving.
Can a fellow keep buisy oJty half of
'he time at Surveying and find Car
penter work the other half of the time.
How are the Schools in t, how
Duch dos it cost to put a Boy throw
.he TJnlvirclty, &r ti. "What are wages
fci my line and what are the Essences
f living. Are there any Grazing
How far out would a fellow have to
go out to get a Home Sted and would
t bee hilly or lewel. covered with
stone are not Land Sandy or Adobe
Mcoly or not Can you rase Cotton
:y Krigatin. also Corn Hay of any
Kind, what kind of Sicknes do you
lave there. How deep do yota goe for
iVatter and what is the average cost
f a well say with a Inch pipe.
in snort is that any good for a fel
prevent the annual visitation of the
"Don't sit in a draughty car."
"Don't sleep in hot rooms."
"Dont avoid the fresh air."
"Don't stuff yourself at meal time.
Overeating reduces your resistance.'
To which we would add when you
.take a celd get rid of It M quickly as
possible. To accomplish that you will
find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
most excellent Sold by all dealers.
7000 burnetized posts
Iander Iraraber Co. Adv.
for sale at
CUTTER SCBW SELL TWO
CARL.ODS OP IIOItSBS
Cutter. N. M., Nov. 20. Lee XcLen
don and Bill Barbee have sold two
cars of horses, to be delivered about
the 24th of this month.
The -Hurt & IJnger company US to
ship a bunch of old eows and stags
U W. Parker has started with S00
head of steers te Rincon, N. at, from
which point they are to be shipped by
the buyer to Kansas. The prices paid
were $29 for 2 year olds, $32 for I year
The railroad has purchased the well,
standplpe and engine of the Vanadium
low with small means and a Family, company at this place.
Cooking is a matter which con
cerns the whole family, and under
modem methods and conveniences
it is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested, if not
taking part in it.
"These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
excellent," says the father. " I made them,"
says the daughter, and both father and
daughter beam with pleasure.
r" It is a crime, with our modern agencies,
helps and facilities, to have soggy biscuit, or
wooden cake, or leaden pastry.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
.the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
Woman Spectator Han Aral llrefeen la
Courtroom Crsxh Visits Doctor,
Returns to Hear Testimony.
Columbus, O., Nov. 20. Miss Cecelia
Farley, on trial charged with the mur
der of Alvln E. Zollinger, an advertis
ing solicitor, took the stand in her own
She told of meeting Zollinger and
declared she did not know he was
married. She repeated the story of
her infatuation and of how he finally
wronged her at her home one night
j while she was caring "or her brothers
I and sisters, while her parents had
i gone to the theater.
Without faltering. Miss Farley told
how she finally learned that Zollinger
was married and a father, and of how
she pleaded with him to stop. his re
lations with herand to return to his
According to the witness. Zollinger
told her at first that he could not live
without her. and that if she didn't
keep company with him, he would tell
her friends oi ner intimate relations
with him. She testified she had re
fused proposals of marriage because of
her intimate relations with Zollinger.
Says Sheeting "Was Accidental.
Standing in a cleared place in front
of the Jury box, Miss Farlejj demon
strated the defence that Zollinger was
accidentally shot Attorney Jajnes A.
Allen aeted the part of.Zollinger. Sev
eral hundred spectators witnessed the
scene. The crowd was so great that
two or three women were overcome
and fainted. One woman Jammed in
the crowd had an arm broken. She
went to a physician, had the arm treat,
ed and returned to the courtroom.
Aeeompanying her words with ac
tion. Miss Farley testified:
"We were walkiner through- the nark.
I was about to step ahead of Mr. Zol-
!.. CUanlw Y.t sa4j4 'ITara ItAIHM
llUISd. JWAUT5J tlG - -.Vw ,..M I
Quigley; we might as well end it all
"As T turned to look for Mr. Quigley.
he reached in my handbag for the re
colver and took hold of it by the mux
zle. I whirled around and seised the
revolver by the handle, while he clung
to the barrel.
"In trying to wrench It from his
grasp, I stepped back, pulling his hand
upward. Just then the revolver was
discharged and Mr. Zollinger fell for
ward on his face."
The girl told of her true love for
Jerome Quigley, to whom she was en-
Mlss Farley told of how Quigley had
asked her to become his wife and of
how she had refused because of her
relations with Zollinger.
"Mr. Quigley asked me if I had had
intimate, relations with Mr. Zollinger
and I told him yes, and that I would
tell him all," she testified. "He said
my willingness to tell all was suffi
cient and that he did not want details.
Soon after that I accepted his proposal
The girl told of how she had made
repeated attempts to get away from
Zollinger's Influence, but could not
TREATMENT IS GOOD
Dr. I- S. Peters Explains Method Used
in Tubercular Cajws at Silver
When tuberculosis develops in the
joints of the knee or elbow the affected
part is put in a plaster cast in order to
give the part absolute rest.
Applying the same theory, when the
lung is tubercular the cavity is filled
with nitrogen gas, the lung is com
pressed and the rest cure results.
This is the Forlaninl method which
is being used successfully by Dr. L. S.
Peters at the Cottage Sanitarium at
Silver City, N. JL. and which. Dr.
Peters explained to the Kl Paso county
medical society at -the city hair Monday
evening. The compression method has
been used with wonderful success at
the Silver City sanitarium. Dr. Peters
says, and it Is the first form of treat
ment that is sure cure in selected cases
of tuberculosis, he says.
"Discovered by Forlaninl of Italy,
in 1S92, and used by Dr. John B. Mur
phy, of Chicago, independently in 189S,
the compression treatment for tuber
culosis fell into disuse through lack of
the proper technique," Dr. Peters says.
"During the past -year the technique
has been wonderfully improved and
simplified and the introduction of new
apparatus for the injection of this
nitrogen gas, and the results have
been sucoessful and there have been
no cases which were selected for the
treatment that have not improved.
"In the past It has been the custom
to treat tuberculosis of a joint by im
mobolization of the part by the use of a.
nlaster cast. This cave absolute rest!
and gave the part a chance to heal and
become cured, mere was never any
thing for the compression of the lung
until Forlaninl introduced the compres
sion treatment in 1892. In the applica
tion of the treatment an incision is
made into the lung cavity, usually un
der the arm and Between the ribs, a
hollow needle is inserted and nitrogen
gas is injected by means of a compli
cated machine which forees the gas into
the lung cavity. This forces the lung
up to the apex of the cavity, forces
the air out of the lung as the water is
squeezed from a sponge, the tubercular
matter is also forced out and the lung
remains there, perfectly quiet until it
has a chance to heal. When the com
pression is relieved, the lung resumes
its normal shape and function.
"This treatment has worked wonders
in one sided cases, that is where but
one lung is affected, and where there
la no heart or kidney complications. I
have used it for the past six months I
and have had exceptional success, there I
being no cases under my care which J
have itrtt shn-wn imnrnvAment And in f
selected cases the results are almost
Dr. Peters brought the Forlaninl In
strument for the injection of the nitro
gen gas into the lung and had planned
to give a demonstration of the method
at a clinic Tuesday morning, but no
i patients could be obtained and the
demonstration was not given.
Dr. F. D. Garret also read a paper
at the Medical society meeting.
GLOBE MAN ACCIDENTALLY
SHOOTS HIMSELF IN HAND
Globe, Ariz.. Xov. 20. R. M. Coffee
met with a painful accident while out
quail hunting. Being in a rocky place,
he accidentally slipped and fell. The
(run was discharged, tearing' off the in
dex finger of hi., right hand.
Irregular bowel movements lead to
chronic constipation and a constipated
habit fills the system with impurities.
HEKBINE is a great bowel regulator
It purifies thr system, vitalizes the bood
and puts thj digestive organs in fine,
vigorous condition. Price 50c. Sold by
Scott White & Co, three stores. Adv.
NO INDIGESTION, GAS !
OR A SOUR STOMACH i
"Pape's Diapepsin" makes:
your Stomach feel fine
in five minutes.
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the dam
age do you? Well, don't bother. If
your stomach is in a revolt: If sour,
gassy and upset and what you just ate
has fermented into stubborn lumps:
your head dizzy and aches; belch gases
and acids and eructate undigested food;
breath foul, tongue coated just take a
little Diapepsin and in five minutes
you truly will wonder what became of
the indigestion and distress.
Millions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have a bad
stomach. A little Diapepsin occasion
ally keeps this delicate organ regulated
and they eat their favorite foods with
If your stomach doesn't take care of
your liberal limit without rebellion; if
your food 1s a damage instead of a help,
remember the quickest surest, most
harmless relief is Pape's Diapepsin
which costs only fifty cents for a large
case at drug stores. It's truly wonder
ful it digests food and sets things
straight, so gently and easily that it is
really astonishing. Please, for your
sake, don't go on and on with a weak,
disordered stomach, it's so unnecessary
Buy Now or Be Sorry
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
A. P. COLES & BROS. Agts.
204 N. OREGON.
-- mous sale
than any other.
That extra qual
ity is made pos
sible by the plain,
rTVM MivTii rnifctfitin"
BAIL HEAVIER FOR PISTOL i
CARRYING THAN FOR ASSAULT
To be charged with carrying a pistol .
in EI Paso, it appears, is a more serious
offence than that of assault to -murder.
as was evidenced in the case of Raul
Varela, recently released on bond, j
charged with both offences.
Varela and Manuel Vidal were arrest- '
ed by the police last week following a
dispute which started in a saloon on ,
Broadway, the culmination of which, as i
testified to by Vidal in the corporation
court," was the firing of two shots in his !
direction by Varela. Vidal was charged j
with assault at the police station, and !
tne case was dismissed alter his trial.
Varela- was transferred to the county
jail after a complaint charging him
with carrying a vistol was filed in the
county court, and another complaint
charging him with assault to murder
was filed in the justice oAirt. On the
former charge he was released on a $200
bond, while for the latter he was com
pelled to furnish a $100 bond, when he
was let out of the county jail.
WORK IS RESUMED ON THE
DALLAM DEEP WELL PROTECTS
Dalhart, Tex.. Nov. 20. The Dallam
county deep well project, now down 2520
feet, is rapidly approaching completion.
Contractor W. J. Miller has started the
drilling of the remaining 500 feet. It
is hoped to have the well finished this
week. Artesian water, gas or oil is
hoped to be secured.
FALL PROM TIARSB PROVES i
FATAL TO DEXIG MAX
Deming. N. M.. Nov. 20 J A. Wat
kins died here as a result of injuries
received in a fall from his horse a few
days ago. I
An operation was performed Sat- I
urday, The funeral will take place '
this afternoon All the business houses
of the town w ill be closed as a mark of
Red Veloa Molasses Candy
Brine one quart of RED VELVA to
a boil: add best batter keep stirring
until syrup hardens when dropped
into cold water. Grease pans, pour
arnay on mem u cool. When cool
enoutn to handle, pall
canay jrom tips of
jmgers onni it De
come a golden
jWALMUTTA HAIR STAIJt"
itinatnrea fJrv.' SfeeakaA
from Lte&t KrewB tTBW.
Boca set irua ormboaV O0B-
4 talus do pobo& and is not cook)
"novsreair. Sold byaudrasBMs,
Just try Velva with this recipe ana 3ee how fine It Is. You'll
get flavor at Its very best ana quality at Its fines t There isn't
anything like Velva for wafffes, griddle cakes or candy any
where, by any name there's nothing made that Is as good as
in the red can for making candles and baking cakes
It has more than syrup flavor It has Velva Savor
that makes telling about It impossible You must
tatte it to know what we mean. Will you? Ten
cents up. in clean, sanitary cans. Velva In the areen
cans, too, at your grocer's.
PENICK & FORD, L'ti
New Orleans, La.
Send for the book of Veloa
Rectpet. No charge.
rtnt aaU Sd dtreet to na. 'Seed tta
bthtimp frrwn twn txMlteA nracb&id tram a t
and na win sIto voo a tull-ataa bottle tor notfi
t&iunrrTA oa. i6. e&Tost,e6Loai.x-
Some Bargains ii Sets
ALL AT 25 OFF
See tne Willows
because the Myrtle Trading Place
does not want part the shop
man's family's $64. 64 per year,
nor the farmer's family's ?51.W
per year, nor the bank clerk's
$7M.0. nor the store oterlCs
$309.00, nor tha common laborer's
JLl-i par day What wo want is
part of the maa's income who is
getting- his many thousands of
dollars a year. If that is Sodaliara
then let her come; if that will
break up the home, then let her
break; if .that is free love, we
hope to see it handed out by the
bucketful. But we are beating
the Socialist to it by our small
commissions. We have potatoes
and beans to distribute this win
ter and we charge 10c per hun
dred from the depot to your
home. The farmer gets 40c more
and the shop man pays 50c lees
per hundred on this plan than the
present plan you are buying un
der. Phone 5162.
We still think we are "Bull
Tents, Awniif s,
Porch Cnrtaifis, Lawn,
Porch and Camp
El Paso Tent ad
312 South El Fmo Street
Phone 2044. H. J. Coffins, Msgr.
Wide Duck for sale by the yard, bolt
LOTS OF BEAUTIFUL, GLOSSY 1R,
i DftHDBUFF-25 HI "DANDERINE"
Hair coming out? If dry, brittle, thin or your scalp itches
and is full of dandruff Use "Danderine."
Within ten minutes after an applica
tion of Danderine you cannot find a
single trace of Dandruff or a loose or
falling hair and your scalp will not
itch, but what will please you most
will be after a few weeks' use, when
you will actually see new hair, fine
and downy at first es but really
new hair growing all over the scalp.
A little Danderine will Immediately
double the beauty of your hair No
ilifference how dull, faded. ..rittle and
itr. i-t rn"Wtn a rloth -. tth
1 L'aiultruic ana carcfullj draw u
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is amaz
ing your hair will be light, fluffy
and wavy, and have an appear
ance of abundance, an incomparable
lustre, softness and luxuriance, the
beauty and shimmer of true hair health.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet counter, and prove to yourself
tonipht now that your hair is as
pretty and soft as any that it has
been neglected or injured by careless
treatment that's all you surely can
liui- br .'it f..l hur mil lots of it It
ou will jut trj a little DandTine.