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"Gifts to Delight Women."
A complete manicure set is one of the nicest pos
sible Christmas gifts for a woman or girl, and
will be especially acceptable to the girl, who is
probably just beginning to think about keeping
her hands nice. For our Holiday trade we se
cured a large assortment of manicure sets.! These
are the famous Henckle goods noted for their
fine quality of steeL Each set is nicely boxed.
Prices as follows
Parisian ivory han
dled sets at 50c to
POCKET MANICURE SETS. We have also pocket manicure
sete, is leather cases. These have three, four, fire or six pieces
ebony, pearl and ivory handles. Priced, 75c; $1.25, 1.50, up -to
Five-Piece Manicure Sets
As a Friday Special, we offer five-piece Paris
ian ivory manicure sets (Hencfyle goods) for the
nominal price of $2.00. Set consists of mani
cure scissors, nail file, cuticle knife, buffer and
salve box. Each set comes in a nice leather
ette box, lined with Ottoman silk. Special to
OF BUSINESS MEN
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sperger, regimental adjutant of the
Review Is Spectacular.
The review was very similar to that
held during the Os-Aple celebration, in
October. First came the 22a infantry,
commanded by Col. D. A. Frederick.
Following was battery B, Third field
artillery: then company T, of the signal
corps. Behind this company came the
Do You Take Cold
That s proof that your system is
ran aowa ana. jour oiooa im
will tone strengthen invigor
ate and prevent Colds, Grippe,
Stomach. Ills. Keep a bottle
handy all winter.
primarily a vegetable
product, has knocked the
use of digestion-destroying
hog lard higher than
A man with indigestion
can readily assimilate
foods cooked with
For wholesome cookery and bet
ter results try this supreme prod
uct of the cotton seed.
At your grocer's.
Oil CC'' .pany
C O M
IJrcjAE i-aMp Hv
Nurnberger Lebkuchen Jn boxes -...-. .&. .25c 50c
Lebkuchen in packages ........................... .... 25c 50c
Pfeffernusse, per lb. ... 25c Mandeliekuchen, 12 oz pkg. ... 75c
The above are genuine imported cakes and none better made. Buy them now
while they are good and fresh. Holiday Mail Order Given Prompt Attention.
Phones 505-3098. 204-206 E. Overland.
i b y 0V
Genuine Pearl han
dled sets at $1.25 to
Second cavalry, then the Third cavalry,
and finally the 13th cavalry.
Following the review, the whole
party was entertained at the home of
Gen. Steever for a short time and then
proceeded back to town. The members
of the New York commission went to
the Faso del Norte hotel, where they
were the guests of mayor C. B. Kelly
at luncheon. The St Loulsans went
down the valley to Ysleta, where they
had lunch. Both parties went to the
races in the afternoon.
Prominent Xctt Yorkers.
The New York commission, which is
returning from San Francisco, is com
posed of Norman E. Mack, ex-national
Democratic chairman, one of the most
prominent Democrats in the country;
John R. Yale, vice chairman. Republi
can leader of the n'ew York state as
sembly; New York state senators
Thomas H. Cullen. George H. Whitney,
George H. Cobb, James A. Foley, John
F. Murtough, Thomas H. JJussey; state
treasurer John Kennedy, commissioner
Arthur A. McLean, architect C B. Mey
ers; John Moore, editor of the Elmira,
N. Y., Advertiser; Sherman Douglas
and John D. Coffin, nephews of gov
ernor John A. Dlx, of New York;
James v. Reilly, secretary to Mr.
Mack, and Win. Leary and Daniel Lb
Ryan, secretaries for the commission,
and Florence S. McCarthy, sergeant at
The commission selected the site for
the New York building at the Panama
Pacific exposition, for -which the New
York ' state legislature appropriated
$700,000. The members are now re
turning home and stopped over in 1
Paso for a day.
Gen. J. B. Lauck, special passenger
agent of the Southern Pacific railroad,
accompanied the commission to El
Paso and will go back to New York
with them. Mr. Lauck was for eight
years adjutant general of the state of
Says the Little Doctor.
Let "The Little Doctor" have room
In your medicine closet Yon villi often
need his service in curing colds, sore
throat, neuralgia, congested lungs,
lumbago, etc "THE LITTLE DOCTOR,"
1 applied night and morning, rubbed in
ire nm dinutuieij cure. jiL is recom
mended by many physicians and pro
nounced one of the surest cures for
bad colds. It will do everything for you
that the mustard plaster will, without
irritating or harming the skin. It is
not greasy nor unpleasant in any way.
For sale at all good druggists in jars
25c and 50c. Free Sample by writing
Mac Laren Drug Co., Cleveland, Ohio,
or Los Angeles. Cai. BUY IT TODAY
AND BE CONVINCED OF ITS "WORTH.
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TUCSOX MUX TO SPHXD
DAY "SEEING DOUGLAS
Douglas, Ariz., Dec 5. One hundred
Tucson men will come to Douglas on
the special excursion which Is to be
run from the Old Pueblo December S.
The train will arrive in Bisbee during
the morning and in Douglas at four
oclock in the afternoon. The excur
sionists will have dinner here and leave
at seven oclock for their home The
chamber of commerce has begun to ar
range for their reception. '
At the annual election of officers of
the Eastern Star, those chosen Vere:
Mrs. L. 'R. Brown, W. M.; David Ben
shimol, W. P.; Miss -Olive Wright, Assoc.
P.; Miss Dorothy McNair, secretary;
Mrs. J. J. Benton, treasurer; Mrs. Rich
ardson, conductress; Mrs. Annie H, Bar
rett, associate conductress.
Local delegates to the 15th annual
convention oi the Arizona State Sun
day School association have returned
from Tucson. They were Mrs. G. H.
Hirst, Presbyterian; Miss Carrie Tay
lor, Mary and Griffith Eagles, Chris
tian. Rev. Francis T. Walker, of Doug
las, was continued as superintendent of
IXSTAi NEW FOUXTAIX ON
STATK COLLKCSE GUOliMJS.
State College. N. M.. Dec 5. A new
sanitary drinking fountain is being
installed in front of the gymnasium.
The boys' and the girls' basketball
teams are working hard for their com
ing games. Coach Badenoch has now
commenced to coach both teams. The
girls met the El Paso high school girls
nere on the 14th. while a return game
is to be played in El Paso the 21st.
Dr. McArthur entertained the Bible
class at his home.
President W. B. Garrison gave an in
teresting illustrated lecture which cov
ered a part of the comparative litera
ture course on "Travels in Naples and
Lyton Taylor, an old college stu
dent, addressed the members of the
X. M. C. A.
Miss Lilian Parker, who was seri
ously ill for a time, is reported as
Harry Selby was here for a few days
visiting his brother. Prof. Selby.
Mrs. Addlebury has come from St
Louis to spend a few weeks with her
sister. Mrs. Barrows, of Mesllla Park.
Charles Strickland has again taken
employment under the college
GARCIA, WAATED BY 3IBXICO,
IS GIVEN HEARING HERE.
Niconor Garcia, being held on an ex
tradition charge filed by the Mexican
government, had his case opened Wed
nesday afternoon In the United States
commissioner's court Garcia was a
prisoner in the Juarez jail at the time
it was opened by the rebels and the
The Mexican government claims that
Garcia was serving a 20 year term and
has asked the United States govern
ment to deliver him to the Juarez of
ficials. Proof of Identity was intro
duced Wednesday afternoon and the
HAD WRITTEN DIRECTIONS
TO ENTER ROCKEFELLER HOUSE
New York, X. Y., Dec 5. Written
directions for entering the house of John
D. Rockefeller at Pocantieo Hills, N. Y
were found today upon a man arrested
here, charged with burglary in High
wood, N. J. The man, who gave his
name as Michael Ryan, carried a pair of
opera glasses and burglar tools.
KOREANS TELL TAXES OF
TORTURE AT HANDS OF POLICE
Seoul, Korea, Dec 5. Tales of tor
ture by the police formed practically
the sole testimony given by the four
men called to the stand for examina
tion today at the continuation of the
trial of the 10S Koreans accused of
conspiring against the lofe of governor
general Terauchi in 1910 and 1911.
COMMISSIONER HARRY WHITING
HOLDS RECORD FOR SERVICE
Albuquerque, N. M.. Dec 5. MaJ.
Harry Whiting, who has Just finished
his 42d year as United States commis
sioner in New Mexico, is believed to
hold the record for continuous service
In a single federal office. He was born
in Detroit. Mich in 1887, came to thi3
state after the civil war and was ad
mitted to the bar in 1S78.
QUASn INDICTMENT AGAINST
AMERICAN SUGAR COMPAKV.
New York, Dec S. Judge Hough in
the United States district court today
quashed the indictment returned by the
federal grand Jury July 1, 1909, against
the American Sugar Refining com
pany, John E. Parsons, Washington, B.
Thomas and other officials of the com
pany which charged conspiracy in re
straint of trade.
BROOM; CO. CHARTERED.
Austin, Texas, Dec 6. There was
chartered today the Rio Grande Broom
Manufacturing company, cf El Paso,
capital stock $15,000: The incorpora
tors are R. L. O'Neill, Benjamin Revilia
and Mrs. L. O. Shelby Fernandez.
Hired n Cab to Cross the Street,
He was a New Yorker in St Louis
on business. When he got in he went
first to the St James hotel to inquire
for a friend. Not finding the man, he
concluded to go to the other hotel. It
Is 80 feet from the St James to the
Southern, but the New Yorker didn't
know It, and hailed a cab on the side
walk. "How far is it to the Southern?
"Oh, I can get you there inside of
ten minutes," said "cabby."
The cab circled leisurely around
three or four blocks and landed the
passenger at the hotel entrance. The
driver said that $1.50 was the regular
rate, but that he would cut it to SL
The New Yorker added a tip in recog
nition of the cabman's generosity and
wondered whether all St Louis "cab
bies" were like that one.
An hour later he wanted to go back
to the St James and asked the clerk
to call a cab. He was told that the
St James was just across the street
He was so. surprised that ha told the
story in a moment of indignation.
Then the humor of it dawned, and he
asked: "I wonder how he knew 1
was from New York and would stand
for a regular New York holdup?"
Silenced By the Small Boy.
Bxpresident Hastings, of the Union
Theological Seminary recalls an Inci
dent in which a certain small boy, in
the most approved manner of the en
fant terrible, put to silence a certain
loquacious young exhorter. This par
ticular young preacher was in the
habit of drawing' more largely upon
his emotions than upon his intellect
for the content of his sermons, and
was also prone to the use of extrava
gant language. In addition to this he
had one other fault; that of making
all his sermons, no matter what their
theme, lead to one conclusion, and of
approaching that conclusion in the
hackneyed words of one set perora
tion, the opening words of whose clos
ing paragraph invariably were: "Oh,
that I had a window in my soul 'that
I might show you how I feel."
This phrase had been repeated half
a dozen times verbatim on as many
Sundays in succession. On the seventh
that boy who could not stand it any
longer, called to his father in an audi
ble stage whisper across the length of
the pew: "Say dad, I wonder if a
pane in his "stomach wouldn't do?"
New York Times.
TO SEE WILSON INAUGURATED.
Phoenix is planning to send a train
load of "boosters" east next March, Os
tensibly the train will be laden with
good Democrats on their way to Wash
ington td witness the inauguration of
Woodrow Wilson as president of the
United States, but really every man on
board will take the trip for the purpose
of exploiting the advantages of Arizona.
The tentative itinerary now includes El
Paso, Kansas City. Chicago, Detroit,
Niagara Falls. Buffalo. Albany. New
York. Philadelphia. Baltimore and
Washington The rcium v ill ho idj.de
through iventU' kj and Nrv UrL arts.
I Smoke Nuisance? I
the fine fabrics and delscate
What can oil e.xd
Btf Or Kl m n -a' - m
What will Happen to those lace
Take heed, gentle housewife and stern furnace-tender. Do not try to economize on the
coal bill, for every dollar you save you will pay two to the clothes-renovator, house-cleaner
and others of the sanitary squad. Also think what bad coal will do to your disposition.
Becaisse it does not smoke, ciinker
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I Yards : Seventh and Santa Fe, Piet
Phones s 18S-!
AN KLECTKIOAL ELOPEMENTf
WIRELESS AND IRATE FATHER.
This story comes by wireless. The
couple (the names didn't filter with the
rest of the story) pot on a boat for
Philadelphia where they expected to be
married. The girl's father sot on to the
fact that they were on the boat, but
too late to prevent them from sailing-.
But the young man was resourceful.
He looked up the wireless operator
and toid him his story.
"He suspects where we are." he con
cluded, "and will meet us at the docK
and throw me overboard, which will
annoy my fiancee, and bring unpleas
ant notoriety to your boat."
"What do you want me to do about
it?" asked the wireless operator sym
pathetically. 1 want you to speak to a friend on
the Boston boat, and just ask him to
send a wireless for forgiveness and
sign my name."
"What good will that do?"
"What good will it do? Why the
old man will meet the other boat!"
In a few minutes long sparks we're
leaping through the darkened air of
the wireless room while the generators
purred contentedly between decks.
Did the Irate father purr contentedly
when he met the Boston boat? He did
XAJIE OP GOD IN
The following is a list of the name of
God In different languages: Elohlm,
Hebrew; Gott, Swiss and German; Ellah,
Chaldaic; Good, Flemish; Eleah. Assy
rian; Godt. Dutch; Alan, Turkish and
Syriac; Alia Malay, Goth. Teutonic: Al
lah. Arabic: Gude. Danish and Swedish:
Teut, old Egyptian: Teun, new Egyp
tian: Gude, Norwegian, Teutl, Armarlan;
Bogo, Polish: Theos, Greek; Bung. Pol
lacca; Jubinat, Lapp; Sire. Persian;
Magatal, Tartar; Deus, Latin: Dlex,
Latin low: Diu. Gallic; Dleu, French:
Dios. Spanish; Deos, Portuguese; Diet,
old German: Diou, Provencal: Douc, low
Breton: Dio, Italian, Dla, Irish; Deu,
Olala tongue: Thios, Cretan: Jumala,
Finch; As, Runic; Fetlyo. Zemblain;
Istu. Pannonlan; Rain, Hindostanee;
Brama. Coromandel; Prussa, Chinese;
Goezur, Japanese; Zannah, Madagascar;
Puchecammae, Peruvian. Boston Globe.
For Ten Years He Tells
About the Use of Plant
Juice in His Home.
Mr. W. S. Davis, former proprietor
of the Hotel Cristobal, who now lives
at 504 1-2 Mesa avenue, tells at Kelly
Pollard's Drug store the following:
"I want to get two more bottles of
your Plant Juice. We are leaving to
day on the Golden State limited for
California and I don't wnnt mv wife to
stop taking it She has suffered for
years with constipation and compli
cated nervous troubles. We knew
people here who were benefitted by
Plant Juice, so I bought her a bottle.
It has helped her from the start, her
nervous trouble has nearly left her.
she is not constipated any more jrd
her complexion is clear. I cannot speak
highly enough of the gooa Plant Juice
has done her."
More than half the people live life
for less than it Is really worth be
cause of weak nerves, low vitality and
a system clogged with Impurities.
Plant Juice tones up the liver, stomach
and kidneys and removes the impurities
as God intended they should be re
moved before mineral medicines were
ever thought of. If you hae mdiges
'irr ar.' liiHouo ncrvnus arnl mm out
i. K. 1! t. Toll ird iTir r a hot
ii rj ij it AdvertiSiment.
say the soot and smoke from nearby
finely Coai in Y
to burn cheap coai
cheap, sooty coai
Our Prices Are
FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED
19 lbs. (Full Weight) Granulated Sugar $1.00
15 lbs. FANCY POTATOES for 25c
15 lbs. FANCY ONIONS for 25c
3 cans Evaporated Milk, all brands, for . .- 25c
Genuine Mexican Pink Beans, 4 lbs. for 25c
Fancy Gano Apples, 6 lbs. for 25c
Ortega Green Chili, 3 cans for 25c
California Fruit in heavy syrup Peaches, Apricots, Grapes, and
Pears large 3 lb. can I5c
Pure California Table Claret, per gallon 65c
Pure California Sweet Wines, per gallon 75c
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.
UOH GROCERY CO.
Phones 2424. 2405. 109-1 1 S. Stanton St.
AVOJfDERFUL FEAT OF
A TEXAS POINTER.
"It was down in Texas several years
ago that I came across the greatest
dog I ever saw or heard of," said a
cavalry offica as reported by the
Washington "Star." "The animal be
longed to a friend of mine and was
the greatest quail dog you ever saw.
We have taken that dog out day after
day and he would never go wrong,
and would point quail in the most
unlooked-for places. One day as we
were walking into town from the army
post where I was stationed, a well
dressed stranger passed us. Immediately
the dog stuck his tall in the air and
assumed the attitude recognized as
"It was some time before we were
able to determine what he was pointing,
but finally we decided that it was the
stranger, which proved to be correot.
We called to the man and asked him
if he had eaten any quail, explaining
why we asked. He said he had noth
ing of the kind and did not remember
having eaten any for some months.
Turning to my friend I sakl:
"'Your old dog has gone wrong.
"Wot a bit of It,' he replied. That
dog is right and ril bet you $10 he Is.'
"I did not see then how the bet
was going to be settled, but took it
up, anyway, and we continued on to
town. We went to the biggest hotel
in the place to get some refreshments.
and there saw the stranger we had
met on the road. My friend asked the
clerk who the stranger was, and the
clerk pointed to the register. As soon
as my friend saw the name he gave
a yell and called me to come over
' 'Give me yonr money, my boy,' he
exclaimed. 'That dog knew what he
was doing when he pointed' that man.'
"To satisfy myself I glanced at the
register and saw the strangerSs name.
It was 'Robert F. Partridge.'"
HIGH CLASS SUITS,
The Dry Goods Economist states
that a feature of the more expensive
suits is the materials employed, which
add considerable to their effective
ness. Peau de souris, zibeline, ratine,
wool velour. tut velour and other
high grade novelty woolen fab
rics are used with excellent ef
fect, as well as plain and novelty el-
i ts X iv tiupo walnut, rr.ullhf rry,
"l'lui- .!..i i '(i lil u-k .' rtitLt'r.c
4 wuh f.i.u. at us. present t.i
es in tneir snops.
ct If You Burn Smoky,
our Own House?
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IRISH X AMES.
Karnes wld the musical lift- of a troll
Names wld a rolllckln' swing an' a roll
Names wld a body an' bones an a
soul to thim
Shuret, an they're poethry. darlint
Names wid the smell o the praties an
wheat to thim.
Names wid the odor o' dllllsk an' peat
Names wid a lump o the turf hangin'
sweet to thim
Where can yes bate thim, the whole
Names wid the dewey shamrocks
olingin' green to thim.
Names wld a whiff o' the honest
potheen to thim
Share, an' they're beautiful, darlint
Names wid the taste o' the salt o the
earth to thim.
Names wld the warmth o the anoistral
hearth to thim.
Names wld the blood o the land o
th birth to thim
Where can yez bate thim, the whole
Brannlgan, Flannlgan, MUligan, Gll
llgan. Duffy, McGufyy. Mullarky, Mahone.
Rafferty. Lafferty, Connelly. Donnelly.
Dooley, O'Hooley, Muldowney, Ma
lone: Maddlgan, Caddlgan. Hallahan. Calla
han, Fagan. CHagan, O'Houllhan. Flynn.
Shanahan. Lanahan, Fogarty, Hogarty,
Kelly, O'Skelly. McGInnls, McGinn.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. in
The El Paso Herald Is 36 cants. It
reaches an average of about 78.90
readers each Issue.
at any price. E
or soot. It burns to ashes. 1
t to Economize Today. 1
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Losing Hair? Go To Your Doctor
Ayer's Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinin, sodium
chlorid, capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, perfume. Not a single
injurious ingredient in this list. Ask your doctor if this is not so.
A hair tonic. A hair dressing.
pieteiy destroys an aanarun. uoes not color the hair.
HAS BECOME KNOWN ALL
OVER THE WORLD AS
THE ONLY CUR
That will entirely aentralize
and remove from, the system
all trace of alcoholic poison
and render the drinker abso
lutely free from appetite, crav
ing or desire for alcoholic bev
erages of any kind whatsoever.
It is administered without hy
Every patient is benefitted
mentally, morally and finan
cially. Every organ of the
body is brought into a healthy
THE NEAL TRBATMENT
has been officially adopted by
the government of Australia
and other state governments,
and EIGHTY INSTITUTES
are now in operation in the
United States and foreign
LITERATURE AND FULL
INFORMATION WILL BE
FURNISHED UPON APPLI
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SEEK TO BETTER IXSIJRASCE.
New York. N. Y.. Dec 5. Betterment
of life insurance srvlc was the dom
inating note of the sixth annual con
vention of the Association of Life In
surance Presidents which met here
Promptly checks felling hair. Lorn
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