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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Nov. 21. 1912
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Ei Paso Blacksmith
Made a Discovery
Found Plant Juice To Be All
That Is Claimed For
It and More.
HELD 11 DEHIilNG
Mr. Charles Holmes, a popular black
smith, tsho works at the IongweIl
shop, corner Santa Fe and San An
tonio streets, and who lire near the
-hops on Santa Fe street, tells the
' I have been troubled for more than
two years with a kidney trouble that
was retting worse every day. I tried
a good many treatments bnt nothing
would take the pain out of my back.
.leep would be broken on account or
having to get up so often. My trade,
oladcsmithing, is a, hard one on the
la k any wa , and my kidneys break
ip; down made work a misery instead
of a pleasure. A friend recommended
Plant Juice and I bought a bottle.
From the first it begun to help me. I
-leep through the nights undisturbed:
bipk ferls fine. The Plant Juice is all
ht it has proven all that it is
i "commended to be in my case."
I or the restoration of nerve force,
-r trie relief and cure of all stomach.
kidney, liver and blood ailments Plant
t nee is the greatest tonic of the age.
!car.- the liver, eradicates bilious-
r- lieves Indigestion, catarrhal
noubles and all kidney complaints. It
dissolves, and removes uric acid ana
other oolsons from the blood. Kelly
v P. Hard sell it (Adv.)
I Religious Colony May Be
Established in Valley
LETTERS TO j
THE HERALD j
v: 1 communications must bear the
big nature of the writer, bnt the name
will not be pub'ished where such a re-
"nest ic m"' i
FT. Ss-l-XXKR'S HEALTH.
Fort Sumner, N. M , Nov. 19, 1912.
lid 1 tor Kl Paso Herald:
Several days ago the enterprising
oi respondent of one of the Albuquer
iue newspapers for Santa Rosa, N. M.,
sx.nt in the report that there were over
' 'ases of imaJlppi at Fort Sumner.
n" M , and ive the impression that -he
eased i -ens were roaming at large
.id that I ort Sumner was a veritable
i st of pctilence. "Vhile it is true that
i '"it there are a few isolated cases of
-raallpo v in Fort Ssumner. they are. of
the vcrj mildest form and Dr. W. R.
1 ovelace the local physician, has taken
11 possible steps to prevent the spread
ing of the disease and all of the persons
afflicted are under the strictest quar
n tine. Further, these few cases are
.i.ine. Further, these few cases are
away from ort Sumner proper.
Fort Sumner Commercial Club,
By K. W. Edwards.
The Deming office of The Kl Paso
Herald is in the Chamber of Com
merce. Roy Bedichek is correspond
ent. The Herald's distributor in
Deming is the Leffler & Field Cigar
and News Store. The Herald will be
delivered to all parts of the city, the
same night of publication, at 60 cents
"ULDIER IS CHARGBD
WITH VASSMiq FORGKD check
O M Bovktn. a soldier, was arrested
Wednesday night by the police and
.'o-kelcd at the station on a charge of
oisrer The detectives stated that
. ? ei si da'R ago a soldier passed a
worthless check at the Old Kentucky
I ,ome saloon on Broadway street The
j-nount of the check, the detectives
aid was $50, but the soldier only se
cured $22 75 in addition to some drinks.
IMPROVING THE HOTEL.
Plainview. Tex Nov. 21. Jack Tes
nian. of .Amarillo. has secured C E.
Howard s and Dick Weis's leases on
tho three story Hotel Ware and will
tik- charcre of the hotel on December
it will be changed to the American
Man, and Mr. Weis will be employed
to manage the culinary department.
The lobby will be moved to the ground
tiooi. occupying the section now filled
l the Vickery-Haneock Grocery com- 1
Deming, N. M., Nov. 21. The funeral
of J. A. Watklns took place with
the masonic ceremonial. Mr. Watkins
came here nine years ago, and has
been engaged in the stock business,
owning a valuable ranch in the 76
draw, about 25' miles southwest of
Deming. He was born in Allen county,
Texas, September 21, 1855. He leaves
a wife and 11 children surviving him.
His brother, John Watkins, of Gaines
ville. Texas, came here to attend him
during his last hours, as did also his
old friend, Sam Stansbury, of the
same place, and Ewing Thomason, of
El Paso. Mr. Watkins carried $12,
000 life insurance.
Rev. W. W. Danner, of Pasadena.
Calif., and soninlaw, S. D. Athans, of
El Paso, are here looking over the
valley with a view to establishing
a colony of their religions faith here,
and also a denominational school and
Ben Titus, J. J. Jacobsen, of this
place, and Ben Ritter and John Muir,
of Lordsburg. went to Santa Fe to
attend the dedication of the new Scot
tish Rite cathedral at that place.
Hen MiHun. of Mlmbres, is nere on
B. H. Wray went to BTPaso on buel
noss. E W Clapp and E. K. Mlnson, of
the S. P. company, spent a few hours
in Deming on their return from a rate
meeting in Santa Fe with the state
J. S. Vaught and Fred Jack have
returned from a short business trip to
Joseph Rosbrough has just pur
chased a new four passenger auto.
Paul W. Torrans and W. H, Ward,
of Texarkana, Texas, spent two days
with their relatives here, the William
sons. Mr. Ward was manager for
Brann's Iconoclast, published at Waco,
Texas. 1895-98, and was with Mr.
Brann when the latter was killed in a
street duel in Waco. Mr. Ward was
wounded in the hand during the duel.
Mr. Ward is now practicing law in
Mr. Carpenter, aged 75, father of
Geo. W. Carpenter, died here. He
came here with his two sons from Pop
lar Bluff. Mo., about a year ago.
S. J. Smith has just completed an
irrigation well for Mrs. C. H. Cars
well on her desert claim about 14
miles south of Doming. The well is
98 feet in depth, and Mr. Smith re
ports that excellent water bearing
material was encountered sufficient to
supplv a thousand gallons per minute.
Mrs. Carswell will instal a large pump
on this plant before next season, and
will lease a portion of the land for
W. R. Wayland. of Clifton. Aria., is
here with his family to become a
permanent resident. He is employed
in the drug store of J. A, Kinnear.
I PrirjRs II
On Shoes Tomorrow!
Don't Miss the Big Sale
$3, $3.50 and
Children Shoes, worth twiee as Banes.,
50c 75c $1
Big reductions on everything in the store.
American Shoe Store
C. A. Sabine
with which you surround yourelf makes the first impres
sion upon the guest.
In a certain sense it is an expression of your person
ality. If properly chosen and correctly used it lends an
air of refinement and good taste and serves as an eloquent
introduction to the home in which it is found. We en
deavor to always show an assortment of pieces sufficiently
varied as to enable you to make a complete. and har
monious.selection or to find the odd piece you require to
fill in. '
Makes A Start By Buying $1
Worth of Groceries For New Hotel
Assistant Manager Louie Thoerner Goes Out With His Market Basket and
Makes a Hole is the Visible Local Supply.
By MORMAN M. WALKER.
109-111-113 San Francisco St.
START RACK TRACK
SCHBDUbK OX MONDAY
A race track schedule will be start
ed on the Mexico and race track car
line Monday. The cars will leave the
transfer station at IS and 45 minutes
after the hour. On Thanksgiving day
the five minute car service 'will be
started after 11:65 a. m. The steel trail
ers will be operated on this line as well
as the Fort Bliss line.
OUSEWIVES of El Paso who
think they have troubles in get
tinc the chicken for Sunday din
ner with the ingredients for a combina
tion salad on the side and a demi
tasse for a finishing touch, should sym
pathize with El Paso's busiest little
housekeeper, who is Louie Thoerner, as
sistant manager of the hotel Paso Del
Mr. Thoerner has charge of all the
buying for the big hotel. Taking his
market basket on his arm Tuesday aft
ernoon, he sauntered forth along market
row and purchased a few things for the
Hotel kitchen and larder at a total cost
of $10,000, regular money. To stock
this new hotel will require enough food
to feed a regiment at Fort Bliss or a
week. The groceries alone that are re
quired to start the culinary ball rolling
in the back part o the hotel total $8000.
not counting many imported articles
loundland. tea from China and coffee
from South America.
Assistant manager Thoerners first
order for the hotel included 506 pounds
of the finest quality of coffee, 1000
pounds of sugar. 15 barrels of flour, 3000
rounds of potatoes, 200 pounds of butter,
2100 eggs and SO pounds of tea. The
eggs are to be 24 hour eggs, guaran
teed from producer to consumer, and
the butter will be the finest from the
Elgin market. Meats are being bought
in the ionn of whole sides of beef, lamb
and pork. To start with, the meat stor
age was stocked with 15 inbone loins,
five full loins, 15 rib sides of beef, six
sides of lamb, 25 sides of bacon, 50 sugar
cured hams and 15 Itogar hams import
ed from German)-, each weighing 15
pounds and costing $10 a ham.
Bread and pastry will be made in the
bakery of the hotel, and the first baking
will include 1000 dinner rolls. 100 as-
) sorted loaves, six dozen pies and 12
Hardens the Nature of the
Boys To Let Them Kill Birds
TAey Grew Up Often Without Respect for the Feeliags of Others if They Are
Allowed to Slaughter as Children.
By ELLA WHEELER WILCOX.
which are bought in lareequantities and t ,!ozen assorted French pastry pieces. It
from every country of the globe. Peas
come from France, dates from the Orient,
hams from Hamburg (a fact, not a joke),
onions from Bermuda, iish from New-
Let us send you a
trial tin of
Many coffee drinkers arc chaaging to this new
food beverage. It tastes much like the higher grades
of JaVa, but it absolutely free from the coffee drug,
"Cafeine" the cause of .so much headache, nerve
irritability, heart tremble and indigestion.
Fill oat and mail coupon beh&, enclosing 2c
stamp for postage, and a 5-cup tin will be sent
direct to you.
jr. Requires No Boiling
It k 'made "qoick as a wink" by stirring a
level teaspoonful (more or less for taste desired) I
n a cup f hot water and adding swgar to taste,
' and enough cream to bring the color to golden
(tracers Sell this
- -Delicious Drink
l00-p tats 56t
50-cnp tins 30c
Ogr, fa m) mm
fui out lla
This Coupon -
Podum Cereal Co.,J.ia,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Enclosed sod 2c stamp for trial tin of Instant j
.Grocer's Nnm 'HHr
"There's a Reason" for Postum
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek Mich.
will reauire 25 mllons of iee cream each
'ny and 10 gallons of ices. Four tons of
ice will be required for the iee boxes,
cold storage departments and for serv
ice in the dining rooms. The canned
ooods come from every part of the
world. The first big order called for
00 cases of assorted, domestic eanned
goods containing from two to three doz
en cans to a case. TSiere are now SO
canes of imported vegetables in the store
room, including French peas and mush
rooms. Even at that the Twying is not eora
nleted, for the purchasing department of
the hotel must buy the wines and liquors
for the dining room, cafe and bar serv
ice, amounting to more than $15,000.
and including 200 cases of imported
wine. The silverware for the hotel cost
$15,000 and includes 250 knives, an equal
number of forks. 1000 spoons and hun
dreds of other serving spoons, knives,
etc., which make a total of 5000 pieces
of silver in the silver service. This will
be mounted with the crest of the hotel,
as will the china. This china includes
50 dozen service plates, 75 down dinner
plates, 75 dozen: dessert plates, 75 dozen
bread and butter plates, and the glass
ware adds its big bit to the $10,000 to
tal for china and glassware. The linen
for the dining room alone cost $10,000.
There are 200 dozen nankin. 100 .l.n
table cloths and many other smaller
pieces for serving and for use is the
dining room and for special occasions.
Having the kitchen, dining room, cafe,
grill, bar and roof garden under his di
rect management, senor Thoerner is due
to make the busv little bee look like a
loafer when the new EI Paso street hotel
sets going next week.
MANY of the wonderfully beau
tiful days of this glorious
.ntnmn time have been
marred, for those who llTe in the
country and whose hearts are In sym
pathy with the bird life, by the bov
i a of boys who have been provided
Tvith guns by unthinking parents, and
whose minds have not been awakened
to tender and loving consideration for
our little feathered kin.
One boy argued that mice and rats
must be killed; and that sparrows
wore undesirable birds to have about:
and therefore he was performing a
public service to shoot them.
He did not know, and evidently his
parents did not know, that during the
period of growth from babyhood to
manhood, a boy's brain is being mould
ed and shaped according to the na
ture of his thoughts, and the tendency
of his impluses; and that every
thought given by a child to slaughter,
is just so much preparation for de
structiveness. and just so much loea of
priceless vital forces, which should go
into constructive channels.
The small boy, who thinks lightly of
killing small creatures, is more liable
t inc intn th blcr man who thinks
liKhtlr of killing bigger creatures,
men included If they chance to be in
his way, than te the boy who
grows from childhood to manhood with
only the beat and hlgest and noat
sympathetic part of his mind de
veloped. There ia not the slightest danger of
a boy so reared, becoming a molly
coddle or a weakling. Indeed, he hr
far more liable to develop courage
and manly impulses of a defensive na
ture, if his sympathies are keenly alive
for the voiceless and helpless crea
tures in the animal kingdom, and for
the poor and unfortunate men and
women and children of earth.
Rifle practice is excellent for boys:
but targets or clay pigeons offer just
as great opportunities for skill as
Many mothers of boys, who are ut
terly devoid of the finer qualities
which make noble manhood, boys who
enjoy killing birds, teasing animals
and ridiculing street vagrants, and
other unfortunates, are women prom
inent in clubs and organisations for
betterment of the race.
Women are everywhere clamor
ing for peace, but peace can never
come upon the earth to stay until
women bring up their children, their
sons particularly, to abhor all kinds
Dorothy Dix On "the Nagging Wife"
She Says That a Woman Who Hakes a Pleasant Home for Her Hmbaad la
creases His Efficiency and Power for Earning.
CRAWFORD TO BUILD
$5000 SKATING- RINK
Cassidy & Adams to Build Two Six
Room Bungalows Activity in
Sale of Lots.
J. J. Crawford is to build a skating
rink at the southwest corner of Kansas
and Mills streets. There will be five
storerooms on the outside and the skat
iw rink will be in the center. Gypsum
blocks are to be used in the structure
and the cost of the building, exclusive
of plumbing and the skating rink floor,
will be about $5000. A permit for the
construction was issued by building in
spector A. E. Bartlett on Wednesday.
To Build Bungalows.
Cassidy & Adams are to start work
next week on two new modern six room
brick bungalows at the corner of Grant
and Montana streets, in Cotton addition.
They are to eost about J 3 000 each, and
will have heating plants and all the
Many Lots Are Sold.
The Government Hill company haa
sold C. Borden lot 25 in block 48, for
175. and to (i. A TVTorfin Wc 10 in 99
Lin bloek 47, for ?875.
. a. nuun nas som J. nomas i'axton
lots 23 and 21 in block 99, East El Paso
sold J. F. Langer and W.'l. Field lots
si w) oi in oiock izi. isasc Jil I'aso ad
ion, for $1800. These sales are re
ported by Austin & Marr.
SfiAV rUlIXVIEW OPFICEKS.
Plainview, Tex., Nov. 21. The new
officials of Hale county have been
sworn in. They are. Judge "W. B
Lewis; sheriff and tax collector. J. C.
Hooper, assessor, J. N. Jordan; com
missioners, W. J. Espy, J. B. Rober
son. W N. Claxton; reelected, attorney,
Charles Clements; treasurer, John G.
Hamilton; district and county clerk, B.
H Towery; surveyor, Thomas P.
Whitis; commissioner. G L. Phillips:
S. J Fr e, justice of the peace, precinct
No 1: J B Wheeler, constable, Tom
Thompson, public weisrhr.
A WESTERN railroad has decided
to dispense with the services of
all its employes who have not
Perhaps the reason that trains are
so often late is because so many con
ductors and engineers are not in any
hurry to get back home.
Aside, however, from the surface
cruelty of such an order there can be
no Question of the wisdom of the rail
road in making it, for happiness in
his home life is an actual tangible
asset that adds appreciably to a man's
And this applies not only to rail
road men, but to men in every walk
and calling of life. Between the man
who goes forth to his labor from a
peaceful, cheerful, well ordered home,
and the one who goes forth from a
hom that is a well of bitterness,
and unrest, and strife, there is not
only the difference between happiness
and misery, but between success and
At its best, modern life Is heart
breakingly strenuous. Competition In
every line is as fierce as a fight among
ravening wolves. Every man is forced
to work at high pressure, with every
nerve and sinew and brain cell speed
ed up to the limit. The inevitable re
sult is that the end of the day finds
him exhausted in mind and body, and
whether he goes back to his labor the
next day with fresh energy and hope
and courage, or exhausted and dis
couraged and despairing, depends upon
the kind of a home that be has.
If he goes at night to a home that
is literally a haven of rest; if he is
set down to a good dinner of whole
seme and well prepared food; if he
is petted and coddled and made much
of until the very memory of the re
buffs he has received during the day
are wiped out of his memory; if he
can spend a quiet, restful evening over
book and pipe, or with the friends he
enjoys; if the face of his wife across
the hearthstone from him is turned
always to him with a look of love, and
of understanding and appreciation, it
works a daily miracle for him and re
news his strength and ability every
time be touches it.
Such a man goes back to his work
with a rested body and a clear head.
His mind is not distracted from his
business by domestic worries and
Far otherwise is it with the man
who after his hard day's labor re
turns reluctantly home to a place
that is a perpetual battle ground. He
has to summon up his courage to put
his key in the lock, for well he
knows the complaints, the quarreling.
untidy room in which he must sit and J
the miserable food on which he must
poison himself. He Is literally un
fitted in mind and body to do good
work, or exercise clear judgment.
If ou will notice among your ac
quaintances you will observe that when
a man breaks down with what we call
nervous prosti.ition there is nearly al
as somf domestic tragedy at the
Kick of it for one cause or ai
hi- home 1 r. is mi'era.ile It-
work that shatters health. It's worry.
And as long as a man has a happy
home, he can do almost any amount
of labor without collapsing under the
A reason why an employer is wise
who looks into the home life of those
in whom are confided great respon
sibilities and trusts, is that the man
with a happy home is seldom a dis
sipated man. The old exeuse ' of the
intemperate man that he was driven
to drink by home conditions is a
bromidic one, but it's true all the
same. Many a man Is driven to drink
by a nagging wife, or sent to spend
the evening in the corner saloon be
cause he has no comfortable place in
which to sit down In his own home, or
he tries, to supply with liquor the
craving that his system feels for the
nourishing food that his wife's poor
cooking does not supply.
Aside from all duty in the matter.
It pays a woman to be & good wife and
make a good home for her husband
just because It adds so much to his
efficiency and enables him to earn
so much more money.
RESIDENCE OF CITY
While city electrician A. T. Samworth
and his family were downtown Wednes
day night taking in the picture shows,
burglars entered his residence at 1505
North Campbell street, and got away
with $4 in cash and a number of stick
pins. A gold wateh and a diamond, in a
drawer of one of the dressers in one of
I the rooms the burglars visited, was over-
After entering the front door oi the
resid-nee the burglars piled a number
of ehairs against the door, so that any
one entering would stumble over them,
thus giving them warning. The ehairs
were stumbled over, but that was after
tin burglars made a complete tour or
the bowse and escaped. It was believed'
that the house was entered at 6 oeSock
Wednesday night, according to the re
port at the poHee station.
The Calcium Sulphide Treatment Dees
Wonders to Every Kind of
Tou don't want to wait forever and a
day to get rid of your pimples or other
skin eruptions. You want to get rid of
them right now. Next week you mav
want to go somewhere where ou
wouldn't like to have to take the pim
Tou can get rid of them just in time
by taking Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
They contain as their main ingred
ient the most thorough, quick and ef
fective blood cleanser known, calcium
Remember this, too, that most pimple
treatments reek with poison And the
are miserably slow besides.
Stuarfs Calcium Wafers have not a
particle of poison in them. They are
free from mercury, biting drags or
venomous opiates. This is absolutely
guaranteed. They cannot do any harm,
but they always do good good that
you can see in the mirror before your
own eyes a few days after.
Don't be any longer hutqftiated by
having a splotchy face. Dont hav
strangers stare at you, or allow your
friends to be ashamed of you because
of your face.
Tour blood makes you what you are
The men and -women who forge ahead
are those wtfh, pure blood and pure
Stuart's Calcium Wafers will make
you happy because your face will be a
welcome sight not only to yourself
when you look into the glass, but te
everybody else who knows you and
talks to you.
We know that Stuart's Calciam Wa
fers are beyond doubt the beat and
quickest blood and skin purifier in the
world. Try a package today, 50c at
your druggist's. CA.dv.1
CHARGBD -WITH BBI2VG EV
THH FREIGHT CAR. GANG
Jack Held, arrested Wednesday after- j
noon by mounted policeman Ira. Ware,
is being held at the police station ia
connection with the reported assault
ing of Andreas Vargas in a. Q H. box
car Tuesday night. At the time Vargas
claimed that after being severely
beaten he was robbed of $? by Ave
Americans, who had ridden with him in
the -box ear from Valentine, Texas, to
El Paso. Wednesday he identified Held
as one of the men.
TO PAVB AT PImIICTIBW.
Plainview. Tex., Nov. SI. A move is
on foot which may lead to the paving of
the public square, and one or two
blocks each way from the square, as
well as North Pacific and Covington
streets, leading te the Santa Fe de
pot The campaign is for a bond elec
tion whereby the city would be en
abled to pay one-third or one-half the
cost of paving, and make the property
owners on each side of the street pay
Just received a car of red woven
fence, a splendid fence for a little
money. Lander Lumber Co.
l'c Demextie CeKe.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
GRAY MULE MEETS DEATH.
Stepping on two rusty nails, and leav
ing them sticking in the foot, was given
as the cause of the death of the gray
mule belonging to the city sanitary de
partment, which died Tuesday afternoon
Te Our Cuatemers.
When our phone. No. 38. Is busy.
please call 210.
Held Bros.. Coal and Woed.
Use Domentie Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co
Mrs. Good Housewife,
there's a way to sooe
more than 50 per cent: of
your cooking expenses
and at the same time get
far better results than if
you used hog lard or
choice creamery butter.
Simply use Cnato for Shortening,
for Frying for all general cook
ing. It costs leas titan half as much
as butter, produces better results
and k more wholesome. You'll
be glad you read tins when you
try Crusio Quality Lard.