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Et PASO HERALD
Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912
We Can Give You Fresher and
Better Goods and Better Service if you will place your
order Tuesday for Wednesday Delivery.
Large Red Cape Cod Cran- Phnn Pudding, 35c, 65c.
berries, per quart f and
Mce Crisp Lettuce,
2 beads for
Plum Podding Sauce, ftp
per can 0"C
National Biscuit Co.'s fruit Cake
30c lb. dg e
5 lb. can P I ,JJ
French Imported Crystalized Cherries
per lb j
Maraochwo Cherries, ike qa
fiaest. 25c We and 27UC
Chase and Sanborn's Coffee ( 1 lb. can 45c
Extra Fine Large Bandies
Oekry, 3 for
2 lbs. for
2 lbs. for r. .-..,
The World's Best . .2 lb. can 85c
Just Received New Crystalized Citron, Orange Peel
and Lemon Peel New Seeded, Seedless, Sultana and
Fancy Table duster Raisins, Currants Imported
and California Pigs Fancy Oregon Orderlys and Ar
kansas Black Apples Pine Grape Fruit and Phoenix
Navel Seedless Oranges.
FOR WEDNESDAY'S DELIVERY.
Green and Wax Beans, Brussel Sprouts, Cucumbers,
Artichokes, Parsley, etc.
Sub Flower Eggs, every
one goed, per down
Purest Ooamcry Butter,
Swanedown Cake Flour, nj"
per package .....'. ..50C
EXTRACTS kLU FLAVORS AND
Gold Coin Flour, 24 lbs. for . 85c
American Lady Flour, 24 lbs. for -.-.- 90c
Out of Town Orders Promptly Filled.
SEND US YOUR ORDERS.
AFTER THANKSIVING DAY
Jackson-Standard Grocery Co.
Barter Oil Meat era.
Laurie Hardware Cow SOI Xllls St.
Born, at Hotel Dieu, to Mr. and Mrs
W. F. Bohlman, of Sanderson, Texas, on
November 21, a 10 pound boy.
Laurie Hardware Co., 869 Mills St.
Senator Thomas Catron, of New' Mex
ico, ie expected to arrive here this even
ins on Us way from California to New
Women Can't Change
'TJnt They Should Xot Be DisceBse-
late OTer A'cslect Wives Should
Face the Truth and Seek
Their Own Amusements."
By Dorothy, nix.
IN the course of a year I set thou
sands of letters from unhappy wives
complaining that their husbands neg
lect them, or that their husbands -Bill
never take them to any place of
amusement, that their husbands are
niggardly and stingy to them.
In novels a husband sometimes is led
by hie wife's gentleness and angelic
patience to turn over a new leaf, and
from having been a concatination of
cussedness become a paragon of do
mestic -virtues; but if any such meta
morphosis ever took i-l.ice in rjal life,
I can only say that I have never been
privileged to behold it.
As a, general working proposition a
wife may take It tha what her hus
band is he is going to be to tie "n-1 of
the chapter, only more so as the years
go by. If he is kind, and tender, and
considerate he will be tenderer, and
kinder, and more considerate as they
go down the hill together, because big
souls grow 'with age. If a man is
mean, and selfish, and stingy, and ty
rannical, he will grow meaner, and
more selfish, and stingy, and more ty
rannical as he grows old because little
souIb narrow, and warp, and grow
bitter with axe.
If a man neglects his wife he does
so because he Ts tired of her, and she
bores him. If he doesn't want to take
her out with him to any place of
amusement it is because he has a bet
ter time without her. If he is penur
ious with her it is because he wants
to save his money for himself. These
are blunt and brutal facts, but they
are facts. Furthermore, there is not
one blessed thing that a woman can
do to alter them.
The only remedy for the situation Is
to face it fairly and squarely and for
women to go to work to make over
their own lives, which can be done. In
stead of trying to make oer their
husbands, which cannot be done.
For instance, why should a woman
rend the air with her wails because
hr husband never wants to take her
out lo any pi&ce oi amusement wun
him? Why doesn't she just accept the
truth that he doesn't enjoy her society
and get up and hunt up some amuse
ment on her own account?
If he won't take her to a restaurant
to dinner and she yearns for the
shaded lights, the gorgeously dressed
women, the artifical palms and the
music of cafe life, she can find a. per
fect substitute by going to tea at any
of the smart hotels. It isn't a question
now of a women being "taken." It's a
question of her "going."
Exactly the same thing may he said
to the woman whose husband is
stingy to her. The woman who is
married to a man who refuses to give
her the money she needs is foolish to
waste her strength and energy in
whining or trying to wheedle dollars
out of him. She had far better face
the fact that if she to to have any
money to do with as she pleases she
will have to earn it herself, and go to
The trouble with women Is that
they so seldom have the courage to
admit the truth to themselves about
their marriages when they have made
It 1b,. of ceurse, hard on a woman
when she isn't privileged to sit down
at the' head of the feast of domestic
bliss, but she can make a very tasty
dish of the crumbs of happiness that
fall from the table if she has the wit
and the determination t do it.
Rev. Wright Made
. Plant Juice Tests
Galveston Minister Makes
Statement That Will
BIsselPs Carpet Sweepers
and Dustless Mops.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
TK AND MAKES i v
Among the many thousands of Texas
people who have made personal tests
of Plant Juioe is Rev. a S. Wright.
pastor of the First Methodist church In
Galveston, whose address is 1904, Ave
nue F, that city. Rev. Wright was
formerly pastor of Trinity Methodist
church in Bl Paso and has many
friends here who will be Interested in
what he says: Rev. Wright made the
following statement: J
"Having suffered from stomach
trouble for some time, I noticed the ar
ticles in the papers about Plant Juice
and decided to try it. I did so, and
am very much pleased with the results.
I have not finished my first bottle, but
have been so much benefitted that I
am sure Plant Juice will eventually
Ministers and nrofessional men sren-
erally, as well as twenty-five percent
of the people as a wnole, are sutierers
front stomach troubles and nervous de
bility. Frequently kidneys, liver and
blood are deranged sympathetically.
The entire nervous system is affected
and melancholy, morbidness and lack
of vitality is the result, indigestion,
gas, bloating spots before the eyes,
sleeplessness, numbness, headache, diz
zy, spells, yellow skin, pimples, blotch
es and twinges of rheumatism are
among the symptoms of a nervous
break down. To all who suffer from
any of these symptoms there is im
mediate relief and a permanent cure
in Plant Juice, the great new vege
table tonic. Wherever introduced it
has taken immediate hold on the pub
lic and brought forth words of the
highest praise from people in all walks
of life. For sale at Kelly & Pollards.
Teach Girls Happiness
Julie Opp Says Besln by Instructing
Them In How to Be
By Margaret Hubbard Ayer.
3AT we need is a school
where girls can be taught to
be nleasant," said Miss Julie
Opp in the course of a talk the other
Miss Opp was seen in 1 Paso last
year in "The Fawn," as a oa-st&r with
her husband, William Faversham.
"Yes, I think girls should be regu
larly taught te be pleasant. I believe
it's a matter first of good health, and
then a kind of mental discipline. It's
certainly an art worth cultivating, for
much of the unnecessary misery in the
world would be eliminated If all
women made a point of being pleasant
"Of course. I think that amiability
is very largely due to good health.
If we were all born perfectly healthy
there would be fewer excuses and no
reason for much of the dlsagreeable
ness of human nature.
"Oh. I frequently get up with the
wrong foot first myself, and feel that
everything Is wrong. Then I say to
myself, "Stop; you don't have to be
disagreeable about this,' and I turn
about and practiee being pleasant.
"People are bringing healthier and
iiaer hildren into the world, and they
ar teking mtxe pains to build up a
proper physical foundation."
AaS as if to illustrate this, the two
youngest members of the faversham
family, who had been allowed as a
special favor to see their mother and
father In "Julius Caesar,'" came pranc
ing Into the room and announced gaily
that the thing they liked the best in
the play was Mr. Bellmore, the gleam
ing and lusty first citizen of Rome,
after "daddy," of course. At mention
of "daddy," the interview stopped sud
denly, and the star's wife talked about
her husband's work.
"Men are sueh dears," said Lady
Portia Faversham, "and they're all
children, aren't they?" And the same
lovely maternal light came Into her
eyes as when she had looked at her
"How wonderful men are! Think of
the marveroUs heroes of the Titanic:
It seems to me that the world can
never go back to what it was before
that example of chivalry, and that
we've all been lifted up a little higher
by the bravery of those men who gave
up their lives with such gallant
DEATHS AND BURIALS
I Every Home
'w'TT'as5giaegliPaBI feif-JB BBlaSJm
JAMES S. -McGINN.
James S. McGinn, vice president of the
Santa Fuel company, died at a local hos
pital Saturday morning following a re
cent operation for appendicitis. He was
21 years of age and leaves a widow, who
resides at 1308 Eutton street. Other
surviving relatives are his father, Hugh
McGinn, of Strong, Colo.; a brother, T. F.
McGinn, of Eaton, N. M., who are at
present in El Paso; a sister. Mrs. R. E.
Black, of Eaton. N. M..tand a brother,
John McGinn, of Valparaiso, Ind. Mr.
McGinn had lived in El Paso about six
To insure the possession of good hair two things are necessary reasonable
care and the intelligent use of Newbro 's Herpicide.
Hair that receives no attention but the daily combing and an occasional sham
poo cannot be pretty. Dandruff forms on the scalp, the hair becomes dead, brittle,
uneven and falls out. There is an entire lack of the life, luster and snap which is
imparted to the hair bv nroDer care and Newbro's rTfvroim r?P
Herpicide kills the germ that causes dandruff, keeps the scalp clean and free from
scale. The hair looks alive, ceases to fall out and has a gloss, beauty and luxuriance.
Herpicide stops itching almost instantly.
A SAMPLE BOTTLE AND BOOKLET FOR TEN CENTS.
Send 1 0 cents in postage or silver for a sample of Nebro's Herpicide
and a booklet telling all above the hair and how to keen it Ki.ti'f.l A,Ur.
THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. 88 B, Detroit, Mich.
Two Sizes 50 cents and $1.00.
v v -X.
Sold and guaranteed everywhere. Your money back if not
satisfied. Applications at the better barber shops Mind hair
Kelly & Pollard, Special Agents.
l ' " mS
JOSEPH H. BENTGES.
Joseph H. Bentgea, 37 years of age,
died at his home, 617 Gold street, in
Highland Park Saturday morning at
3:30. He had resided in El Paso about
two years, having been a health seeker.
His widow will take the' body to Upper
Sanduekv, Ohio, for burial.
CLAIMS ARE ALLOWED FOR
WIDOWS OF liIEXICAIN SOLDIERS
The headquarters in Juarez of Gen.
Trucy Aubert has received a list of the
federal soldiers killed in the Madero
revolution whose claims have not been
paid by the government to their widows,
some of whom reside in the United
States. Claims may be presented at
the military headquarters at Juares. The
list follows: Sergeants Ignacio Avila and
Eliidio Huerta, and privates Juan Her
nandez, Teodoro Gonzalez, fgnacio Her
nandez, Alfonso Lezano, Antonio Men
doza and Angel Morales.
BASKETS FOR POOR.
The usual Thanksgiving baskets will
be distributed by the Women's Charity
Bfceoeiation nest week. About 259 bas
kets will be given to needy families. Old
people who are struggling to earn a liv
ing, sick and destitute men and women,
deserted wives and children all will re
ceive donations. Warm clothing, bed
ding, cots, etc., will also be given.
TO BUY COWS.
A. G. Foster, who is interested in the
El Paso dairy, left for Syracuse, N. Y.,
Saturday to 7urchase cows for the val
BISHOP DIKS AT AGB OF 71.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 22.--Bishop
H. F. Hoffman of the Reformed Episco
pal church, died at his home here today.
He was 71 years old.
Romaine Fielding, managing director
of the Lubln Western company, ac
companied by an aggregation of ar
tists, is in JJogales from Prescott, and
may spend the winter there staging
photo plays. Manager Fielding has
leased a portion of Mira Monte for a
omething in the
each month. You get the same treatment here if you
buy one piece of furniture as you would gat if "yon
furnished a complete home. We want yoBr trade,
and surely if we give the best prices and careful at
tention we deserve it.
giving Week Specials
For The Children's
Start early In terming ideas of neat
ness and order in the minds of the yooag'.
School days are days of frolic and
hooka are apt to be roughly handled.
la their own rooms to protect boob Uwy
now tore eneoorage them to give tbete
books proper care, and as their books la
crease, additional nulla mar be obtained to
care tor the Increase
Let os do yoa Uw Easy atbactha rtjle
aad eoafciBaiioBS in dotMWemlck Book-
cue, and demonstrate hew readOr Uwy
adapt tfctmelTW to Uw cetda of the borne.
The chair below is our No. L&1, fia
ished golden, and is exactly as repre
sented here. Very targe seat, banis
ter back, well braced A great spe
cial nest wek: only,
Dining Room Furniture
We have a complete line of dining room furniture
in matched suits or single pieces. A few pieces only
are mentioned here.
No. 441 Golden oak buffet, made of oak, swell top drawers, one drawer
lined for silverware. Nice Freneh plate mirror, 17 7K
quarter sawed top and front. Special on sale P 1 eO
No. 472 Buffet, golden oak, quarter sawed, full Colonial style, large
and roomy, worth $25.00. Special on 1Q Qg
No. 373 Golden oak buffet, quarter sawed top, 43 inches Ann jr
long, worth $28.00. Special on safe , 3.ftU
No. 5059 Fumed oak buffet, a beautiful Hkeioa style, gO ffA
will match with the best. Special on sale Pa0DU
No. 331 Early BngBah buffet, all square Knee, large mirror, roomy draw
ers,' 48 inch top. Special on 4kf?Q 52 K"
Solid oak extension table, 54 inch round quarter sawed top, finished golden
oak, fumed oak or Early Sagtieh. Special e tQ1 Kfl
Golden oak china closet, fun beat glass front, Colonial nn ng
legs, Polish finish. Special on sale. PiVra0
Fumed oak china cabinet, all square, large sum. rf -t q AA
Special on sale $JLOUU
Slip leather seat dining chair, made of oak, has genuine leather seat, fin
ished dull or polished golden. Special on Q "J C
sale , .,.. .-.-. .--.. ......... V5A3
We have just received a
new line of Mission rock
ers and arm chairs, auto
mobile cushions and
spring seats, finished
Early English and fumed,
ranging in price up from
ROGERS FURNITURE CO.
106-8-10-12 IT. Stanton.-
Porch Curtains, Lawn,
Porch and Camp
El Paso Tent and
312 South 1 Paso Street
Phone 2044. H. J. Collins, Mngr.
Wide Buck for sale by the yard, bolt
The foundation is being put in for
the plant of the Galveston Ice and
Cold StoraKe rompanj. The now
builr.ing with pirn' instalatlon, will
cost aipioliuatel- $200.00(1
El Paso, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1912.
1 Paso and vicinity Fair tonight and
New Mexico Fair tonight and Sun
dav: not much change in temperature.
West Texas Fair tonight and Sun
dav. Local Data.
- EI Paso Headings.
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
jMrotueier (sea jeveij au.31 30.39
Drv thermometer 33 51
Wet thermometer 31 41
Dew point 39 29
Relative humidity 83 40
Direction of wind NW. NW.
Velocitv of wind 1 5
State of weather Clear. Clear.
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hrs.. 57
lowest temp, last 12 hrs.. 32'
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 11.2 feet. No change
in last 24 hours.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Four-light electric showera, $10.00, at
the Texas Electrical Supply Co., QbrI
Hy House, 119 X. Stnnton St.
for automobile carry ou an v win re in
the ct fast, safe car cost is eiy
Everybody s Doing It"
Regent p50 Shoes
21S El Paso Street
Half Block Slh of Ne Hold.
HOWAJID FOGG RECOVERS.
Howard Fogs, who has been ill with
a threatened attack of pneumonia, was
out Saturday for the first time.
Jeta Wright's Pressing club.
Fred A. Henderson, formerly wlti
the Fred Harvey company In El Paso,
and now traveling auditor, la here from
SHka and Treeless cleaned. Wright.
Beware of Imitations and Cheap Substitutes
Baker's Breakfast Cocoa
IS THE STANDARD FOR QUALITY
For all those whose occupations re
quire clear heads and steady nerves,
as well as those in poor heaftfL or of
delicate digestive powers, it is the ideal
TRADE-MARK ON EVERY PACKAGE
Booklet of Choice Recipes Seat Free
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd. Dorchester, Mass,