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Tbe first printing press on the North
American continent is said to have been
set up in tbe City of Mexico by An
tonio de Mendoza, Spanish viceroy, who
came over in 1585. The printer was
Joannes Paulas Brissensrns. an Italian.
How to Cure Rheumatism
Prominent Doctor's Best Prescrip
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Tiiis simple and harmless formula
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tried it quickly curing chronic and
acute rheumatism and backache. "From
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compound (In- original sealed package)
and one ounce ot syrup of garsaparilla
compound. Take these two ingredients
home and put them in a half pint ot
good whiskey. Shak the bottle and
take a tablespoonful before each meal
and at bed-time." Good results come
after the first few doses. If your drug
gist does not have Toris compound in
stock he will get it for you in a few
hours from hi6 wholesale house. Don't
be influenced to take a patent medi
cine instead of this. Insist on having
the genuine Toris compound in the
original, one-ounce, sealed, yellow
package. This was published here
last winter and hundreds of the worst
cases were cured by it in a short time.
SORE FBBT Corns, Callouses, Bun
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Givfea away with every half pound of Hoya Tea, a beautifully decorated Elate.
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LARGEST RETAIL AND WHOLESALE HOUSE IN EL PASO.
$3.50 and up
.Today and Every
TIFT Oil TIE.
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It to do the needful work and with
authority to study the question of the
equitable distribution of the waters.
There is every reason to believe that
an understanding upon this point will
be reached and that an agreement will
be signed in the near future."
Of the Chamizal matter at Bl Paso,
"In the interest of the people and
city of El Paso this government has
been assiduous in its efforts to bring
to an early settlement the long stand
ing Chamizal dispute with Mexico.
Much has been accomplished, and.
while the final solution of the dispute
is not immediate, the favorable atti
tude lately assumed by the Mexican
government encourages the hope that
this troublesome question will be sat
isfactorily and definitively settled at
an early day "
OROZCO SAID TO
BE IN THE FIELD
Rebel Leader Is Reported Able to Com
mand His Troops Again Troops
Are Reported Well Armed.
His health improved and enabled to
take the field again. Gen. Pascual
Orosco, jr., with his troops is moving
in a southwesterly direction from Coy
ame, below Presidio, Texas.
Ranchmen arriving here yesterday
report that the leader of the Mexican
revolution in the north has all new
equipment for his 400 followers, am
ple ammunition and funds with which
he is paying for all supplies secured
from ranches on his route. The pres-
Jake Zurn, Prominent South
em Railroad Man, Testi
fies About Plant Juice.
It is often a source of wonder that
prominent people will lend their names
to the endorsement of various remedies.
A little cool thought will demonstrate
to any one that these testimonials are
given with a view of relieving suffering
humanity, and to guide people to a
remedy that they know from actual ex
perience possesses absolutely curative
qualities for certain diseases.
Probably no man In Texas is better
known than Jake Zurn. D. P. & T Aof
the I & G. N. and T. & P. railroads in
Port Worth. Mr. Zurn's standing in the
community in which he Uvestand his
connection with railways and other
business interests, as well as his
prominence in fraternal orders, gives
weight to any public indorsement by
soueht by any of his many friends.
.me iuiiuwmj ieer regarding Plant
7.T I " . . t - . "" i t-ue nones
. v,..,.r n mo uicuuii wno nave suf
fered with malarial and stomach
troubles, may be cured as he was-
"As a. tonic and remedial agent for
stomach disorder and as a cathartic it
gives me pleasure to highly praise your
Plant Juice. I have personally tested
it and am sure that it is an article of
high merit It has proven of phvsical
bentnt to me.
Probably no remedy has ever been
introduced into Texas that has brought
forth so many voluntary testimonhils
i "o-ui "". Any one sunering irom
malarial or stomach troubles should
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See That Universal Program It's Fine Every Day.
Tomorrow The Animated Weekly, giving the week's cur
rent events as follows:
ROYALTY INSPECTS WAR SPITE BOYS
Prince Louis of Battenberg at Kiel, Germany.
YALE VS. PRINCETON.
"The Ball Dog and the Tiger grapple, at Princeton."
Pretty Paris fashions perfectly portrayed.
HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL GIBBONS
: The aged prelate participates at the dedication of St. Martin's
-WOMEN OF THE RED CROSS
' An addition to the Royal Army Medical Corps, Manchester, England.
A MILLION DOLLAR FIRE
A disastrous fire destroys a famous factory at Indianapolis, Tnd.
Of the Turkish-Balkan War.
THE BOY SCOUTS
Show flattering form at their athletic meet at Tulsa, Okla-
RACES AT CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Mr. Wainas's horse Adam Bode wires the Duke of York Stakes.
WHO'S WHO IN STAGELAND
MaTgaret Illington, the famous footlight favorite, familiarly presented.
ALSO A BIG TWO REEL "101" BISON FEATURE
Thursday two good comedies and a drama, and another big Rex two reel feature com
Don't forget "The Unique" opens at 11 a. m. every day.
Make your noon hour an hour of pleasure.
ig ' Is
ence of Orozco in tbe field is verified
by advices received by the Mexican se
From the direction pursued by Gen.
Orozco, he will strike the Mexican Cen
tral railway Just north of the City of
Chihuahua, the state capital. He then
will be in a position to cooperate -with
the various rebel groups operating in
Chihuahua state about Juarez.
Assurance that Orozco remains in the
field it is expected v.-ilp encourage
greatly the rebels under arms along
the border. Treatment by an American
physician has so far improved the rebel
general's rheumatio attack that he
could leave his camp in the Burro
mountains below Eagle Pass and again
enter active service against fedoral
HABEAS CORPUS CASE
.FOR OROZCO STARTS!
Aged Rebel Colonel and Gen. Dt la
Fuenta Are Taken to Austin,
Where They Seek Release. ,
Austin, Tex., Dec 4. Involving the I
nnoatfnn nf vrhafhor nr- Tint fho rftHftral I
government may order the detention of i
individuals without -warrant by the mil
itary to prevent the violation of the
neutrality law. the habeas corpus pro
ceedings at which Pascual Orozco, sr.,
and Gen. David De In. Fuente. alleged
Mexican rebel leaders, are held at Fort
Sam Houston, are seeMng release, was
begun here today before judge JUiaxey,
of the federal district court
It develops that the test of the presi
dent's power on this line has been
brought out after careful consideration
of the question at cabinet meetings.
The government contends that section
14, of the criminal code, which author
izes the president to use the army to
prevent violatio- s of tbe neutrality
law, carries with it authority to order
the detention of individuals, even when
sufficient facts are not at hand to jus
tify swearing, out warrants for their
arrest by civil authorities.
The prisoners were brought here to
day under military guard. The ques
tion may reach the United States su
Counsel for Orozco denied that the
president had the right to order the
arrest of anyone except under due
process of law and said he would show
that this is the first time In history
that a president has ever tried to exer
cise such discretion.
United States district attorney Bovn-
ton admitted that there Is not sufficient
ground on which to base a charge
against the prisoners, but said they
were held by the military authorities
with the hope of turning them over to
the civil authorities but that the time
this would be done was Indefinite.
INDIANS BAD IN
STATE OF OAXACA
Mexico City, Mex.. Dec. 3. The gov
ernment Instead of retiring the fed
eral troops in the state of Oaxaca,
probabl will strengthen them in con
sequence, of the renewed activity of
Indians. Five villages, the inhabi
tants of which were supposed to fa
vor the federals, have been destroyed
by Indians. The villages were in the
mountains northeast of the city of
Oaxaca and near the Veracruz boun
dary. Celxtlahuaca. a more import
ant town 60 miles northwest of Oax
aca, has been sacked and a few of the
local officials killed.
The governor of Oaxaca has asked
for reinforcements on account of In
dian activity. A thousand soldiers
who have been engaged In the Chi
huahua campaign are expected here
IN SONORA STATE
Douglas, Ariz., Dec 3. .Part of Sal
azar's rebel force is reported to be at
San Luis Pass, east of here. A fed
eral force Is now en route there, num
bering 135. It is believed they will
WOMAN CLOSES HIGHWAY;
THREATENS TO SHOOT MEN.
Colorado Springs, Colo., Dec 3.
Acting under the advice, she says, of
Almighty God, Emma M. H. Mothander,
Swedish-American healer, of Colorado
Springs, has closed the Lincoln high
way, three and one half miles east of
Raman, by stretching wires across it
and has notified the county commis
ioners that she will shoot the first
man who tries to open It
The commissioners are determined
to have the right of way and have
instructed the county attorney to take
the necessary legal action to reopen
NINETEEN STATE GOVERNORS
AT RICHMOND COXPBRB.NCE
Richmond. Va., Dec 3. Perpetuation
of the governors' conference as a per
manent organization with the chief aim
to attain rank as a force In moulding
nublic opinion and shaping public poli
cies -was advocated by Gov. Norris, of
Montana, today, in response to ad
dresses welcoming 19 state executives
to the fifth annual gathering, which
"Much of actual value has beei. ac
complished in previous conferences,"
Gov. Norris said, "but the conferences
have not been the potent factor they
should have been."
COUNTY COL'RT ADJOURNS.
Tuesday afternoon Judge A. S. J. Ey
lar adjourned the county court for tre
November term. The court will con
vene for the January term on the sixth
day of that month.
Ise Domestic Coke.
Southwstrn Fuel Co.
MOST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE MOVING
TURE MOUSE IN TME SOUTHWEST C
8EST VENTILATED. CLEANES1
AND MOST COMFORTABLE
IS COMING BACK
The troop train bearing the 23rd bat
talion and guarded by "El Nino." the
big gunboat cannon, continues to run i
in circles between Chihuahua city and
Juarez. The official report says that
the railway cruiser has arrived at Chi
huahua over the North "Western rail
way, after leaving Juarez Sunday
morning and has again departed north
over the Central line. It Is expected to
arrive again at Juarez within three or
It Is denied, officially that any troops
were landed at Guzman to march over
land to the assistance of Gen. Blanco.
It Is said that Blanco h.as two mortars
defending Ascencion. and that there la
little fear that saiazars reDeis win ai-
teck the town
SO MORE FUNDS FOR
9 THE MEXICAN WOUNDED.
k of funds ,s depriving federal and
reb(fl wounded at Columbus. N. M.. from
proper care, says advices received by
Clan "E! 7. RfpATPr nt TVort RlisS. NearlV
all of $200 sent by the national Red
Cross society has been used in treating
24 federal wounded and $300 sent by
the rebel general Salazar Tor the care
of the nine rebel wounded has been
Some of the wounded who were sent
into the United States after the battle
of Palomas need hospital care and if
funds are forthcoming It is planned to
bring them here for treatment
After the federal wounded at Colum
bus have been cared for by American
Red Cross funds, while the rebel in
jured were treated by money furnished
by Gen. Salazar. the Mexican federal I
government at last has offered to take
care of its troops. It is planned to
bring the government troops wounded
in the Palomas attack to Juarez, prob
ably tomorrow morning, and to care
for them in the military hospital over
the river. The nine rebel wounded
must be cared for from the Red Cross
fund, unless Salazar, who at present
is out of reach with the border, makes
MEXICAN FOREIGN MINISTER
IS COMING TO 1'XITED STATES.
Mexico, City, Mex.. Dec 3. An un
confirmed but credible report is cur
rent here that the Mexican minister
of foreign affairs, senor Lascurlan,
will leave in a few days for the United
States, presumably for "Washington.
His object it Is said, la "rest"
PICTURES OF REBEL. LEADER.
Department of justice officials in the
federal building have received post
card pictures of Salazar, Roque Gomez
and other rebel leaders taken on the
Mexican side of the line at Palomas,
following the fight there with federals.
The picture of Salazar shows a bullet
bole through his sombrerp. where he
was barely missed by a federal bullet
during the engagement The rebel
leader Is wearing a full beard and a
beaded ammunition pouch.
GUADALAJARA FEELS O.DAKE.
Guadalajara, Hex, Dec 4. An earth
quake of considerable intensity was felt
here yesterday. No fatalities are re
ported, but a few -walls of badly con
structed houses were thrown down. The
main shock was preceded and followed
by minor tremors.
THINK WOMAN HAD
Dtea In Silver City, Leaving Two Small
Children, and Man Who Was
With Her In Missing.
Silver City, N. M., Dec 3. Some time
ago Charles McBride. wife and two
children, aged 3 and 5 years, came to
Silver City, McBride being a teamster
and freighter. Early last week Mrs.
McBride became seriously ill and was
sent to the hospital, where later she
died. McBride was away from home,
and up to date the officials have been
unable to locate him.
It is claimed that a letter, discovered
among the effects of Mrs. McBride,
disclosed that her name had been Mrs.
R. E. Riley and that she was from
The children are being cared for by
Mrs. D. "W. Jones, of this place, and the
officers are endeavoring to get in com
munication with Riley at Amarillo. i
MILEAGE IN TEXAS
Austin, Tex.. Dec. 3. There has
been an increase of 614 miles of rail
road built in Texas during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1912, according
to the annual report of the railroad
commission made public today. The
total mileage on June 30. 1911, was
14,325, while at the end of this- fiscal
year this was increased to 14.940.
This includes main line and branches
but does not include a net increase of
222 miles of yard track built which
brings the grand total to 857 miles.
SURRENDERS TO POLICE
Denver, Colo.. Dec. 3. Martin W. J
lrester, sought Dy tne police because
of the nature of the death of Mable
White, a housekeeper in his employ,
surrendered, to the police this morning.
He is still confined in the city jail,
where he will make no statement
Yi ILSON HEARS TARIFF DEBATE.
Hamilton, Bermuda, Dec 3. Wood
row Wilson visited the Bermuda par
liament, where he was loudly cheered,
and sat among the members for three
houn listening to the debate on the
eetd.ble schedules and observing the
methods of budget legislation.
chureh at Baltimore.
IS? AFTER JQB
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to serve tbe country or die in tbe at
tempt, and the result is that some of
the leaders of congress are bordering on
Mr. Smith's Big Job.
Representative Smith, oi the Bl Paso
district, will have it in his power to rec
ommend the appointment of 37 post
masters. For tie 37 positions be has
on file exactly 1094 apiilieations. This
means that there will be 1057 disappoint
ed citizens who will not be boasting that
they are lifelong Democrats shortly aft
er March 4.
Representative Smith has received a
burning letter from one of his constitu
"Dear Representative: I think that it
is a good time for Democrats to be loyal
to their party, even though it involves
some personal sacrifice. I have a good
business, and. am in good circumstances,
but I am willing to go to the limit to
serve the party. If you want, I will be
willing to accept a position as assistant
secretary of the treasury, or something
like that. Waiting to hear from you,
WilHnz to Do His Share.
Senator Culberson has received the fol
"Dear Sir: Since the Democrats have
been elevated to full control of the gov
ernment, I assume the party is ready to
enter upon full government functions,
and I am willing to do my share by tak
ing the postmastersbip of this town."
Nearly every other male citizen of the
same town is willing to make the same
Willing to Be Ambassador.
Senator BaUey received the following
letter: "I have thought over the mat
ter at some length, and would not mind
being appointed to some nice ambassa
dorship in a nearbv countrv. Kindly
notify me if it is all right.""
W. B. Jayne, secretary to Bailey, no
tified the applicant that, while the sal
ary of an ambassador was very good,
the incumbent usually found it necessary
to contribute from his own pocket an
amount equal to the salary in order to
keep up appearances.
Eighteen Jobs; 1100 Applicants.
Texas was one of the original and
most steadfast states in the primaries,
and that is why, probably, there are so
many patriots in that state. Represen
tative Henry, who represents Waco and
other cities in central Texas, will have
the power of recommending the appoint
ment of 18 postmasters, and he has re
ceived 100 letters of application.
Morris Sheppard, the newlv elected
senator from Texas, has been compelled
to put one secretary, as assistant, and
four stenographers to work answering
the applications for jobs that have come
from his constituents who are willing
to serve the country and break a kg
trying to do it.
Speaker Champ Clark is keeping four
stenographers busy dictating replies to
uiiwuuiu iw positions unaer the jb
coming administration. The speaker's
clerks say that during the brief time
since his return to Washington he has
auswereu several thousand such letters.
To Flsbt Taft Nominees.
President Taft sent more than 268
ecets appointn ents to the senate to
day and immediately Indications of a
movement among some or the democra
tic senators to prevent their ri.nfirn.a
tion became evident Senator Gere, it
was said, would havo the active sunptr
of several colleagues In healing the
movement The name of Richard Sloan,
former governor of Arizona, to be a
list? iudKe trm that state, is in the
The campaign is directed especially
against nominations which, it Is claimed,
have been postponed from time to
time, thus bringing the nw tems close
to the beginning of the Democratic ad
ministration. Democratic senators claim
that the president -already has deprived
the Democrats of the privilege of ap
pointing 50,000 postmasters by placing
them -within the civil service law by a
D. T. White has returned from a trip
to the east during which he visited
Chicago, New York and Washington.
o You Take Gold !
Thafs proof that our system is
run down and your blood im
will tone strengthen invigor
ate and prevent Colds Grippe.
Momaoh 111- Kfp a home
n-in1 all w inter
beds at prices which in
value. If you nead an
investigate this sale.
Young's El Paso Furniture Co.
B. F. YOUNG, PROP.
SEND FOR CATALOG
"BUY FROM YOUNG 5- BUY FOR LESS"
Bell Phone 835 M 307 5. El Paso Street
Easy to Get Rid
of Corns TH!S Way
"GETS-IT," the Sew Corn Care.
"Corns Goar! GETS-IT Got 'EmP
"GETS-IT" Is the new-plan corn
cure that will surely surprise you the
very first time you use it it is so
simple, painless, quick and sure in. its
It shrivels up the corn. wart, callous j
or bunion, separates tnem from tne
true flesh, the corn comes off. and
there you are. with feet that feet posi
tively glorious; corn-free once more
as they used to be in your "barefoot
The most remarkable feature is that
"GETS-IT"' dees not harm or tiiriraw
the healthy fletfh as other preparations
do. It is as safe as water. No more
plasters, bandages, or salves.
GETS-IT" is sold at drug stores at
25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of
price by E. Lawrence & Co- Chicago.
I'd simply wash it away with ' that
soothing liquid. D.D.D.Prescriptlon. The
very first drops instantly stop that
awful itch. A 50 cent bottle will prove (
We cannot absolutely guarantee a
cure every time, but we do say this: If
the first regular size 3L00 bottle does
not do exactly as we say, it will not
cost you a cestt Better try a bottle at
once on our personal guarantee
Kelly & Pollard, Druggists. Ait.
Greer's Electric Garage
508 H. KANSAS
Electric Cars new and 2nd hand
Repairing and Charging Batteries
Mar Chew. Proprietor.
will open Sunday. November 3rd. a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Baa tern
3rilL Entrance through main dining
CALLS FORJ1ANK STATEMENTS.
-Washington. D. O. Dec 3. The con
troler of the currency today issued a
call for a statement of the condition of
f"11 national banks in the United States
at the close of business
Call Is Sent to State Banks.
Austin. Texas. Dec 3. Commissioner
of insurance and banking Gill today is
sued a call for a statement of the finan-
cial condition of the 750 state banks
If I Had Ecie
One of the splendid things in connection
with the purchase of Gorham Silverware is
the ease with which you can add to it. Sup
pose you buy only one set of spoons; all the
other pieces are available, because in any
town where silver is carried you will find
Gorham the predominating line.
Onr prices are right. Engraving free.
A. D. FOSTER CO.
Mail Orders Filled. Herald Bldg.
El Paso's Popular Jewelry Store.
J. P. DANIELS, Manager.
we place on sale two lots of
no way represent their real
extra bed it will pay you to
White Iron Beds
Three-quarter or full
size. Just the thing
for the porch. Special
$15.00 Brass Beds 2
inch post heavy fil
lers A splendid
value at the regular
price. Speciid $10.45.
lM 10 BOWELS.
Cure Headache, Constipa
tion, Biliousness or Sick
Stomach While You
It Is more necessary thet you kep
your Bowels, Liver and Stomach clean,
pure and fresh than It Is to keep the
sewers and drainage of a large city
free from obstruction.
Are you keeping elean inside with
Cascarets or merely forcing a pas
sageway every few days with salt.
cathartic pills or castor oil? This .s
Cascarets Immediately cleanse a- 1
regulate the stomach, remove the sou-.
undigested and fermenting food an 1
foul gases; take the excess bile from
the liver and carry out of the system
the constipated waste matter and po -son
in the intestines and bowels.
No odds how badly and upset you
feel, a Cascaret tonight will straight
en you out by morning. They wor
while you sleep. A 19-cent box fro-i
your druggist will keep your hea 1
clear, stomach sweet and your livpr
and bowels regular for months. Don t
forget the children their little lnsis
need a good, gentle cleansing, too. .-
and trust companies at the close o'
business Not. 3&. This statement mu'i
be in within 10 days.
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