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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, January 17, 1913
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ii ! j- V i'-' Give 10 to 15 drops
f "he f e 'n water an hour be
f r i.ui -nd our child -will
t ,, be r- , , bed-wetting: Comp.
I ui a balYiu t ! z.; tincture cubebe.
7 dram ti mure rhusaroraatic, 2
La Ru 'in..- For many years I
hie suf: 'i .si' i fatomach and bowel
i .uIj'c I Hrs been caused by a
f, orc c- f catarrh. My blood is
.iv,, in p mi londition. What can he
iJ'iriP for m'
nswo- If iou follow the direction
n be!o iou will soon be well ana
f ronu i sair Obtain the following
f'om an -p-ell-stocked drug store and
t i. bv s-hakipg well, then take a tea
STiniiful four times daily. Syrup sar
sup,irilla comp 4 ozs comp. Aula
iliiwort 1 n. fluid ext Buchu, 1 oz.
I f in connection with this the fol
i if'ng lo-a treatment. Get a 2-oa.
- ickage of antiseptic vilane powder
- (1 make i citarrh balm by mixing one
jnce of lard oi vaseline with a level
- iipooni ll of the powder and use in
t o nostuli rtailj Also make a wash
cf one j mt of warm water and one-
T teas-poc nful of llane powder and
1 e two or I'irct. times a dav -until thi
To-trils a- thoroughly clearsed and
j ur trouhk vill soon be gone.
"rilsie M -n rites "I have such
s ort. strm-r straggling hair and my
5 ilp is f -ill f dandruff, riease advise
n " it to 1 ' '
nswei Ihe best advice I can offer
Mniplf Get at a well stocked drug
- ore a 4 oz jar of plain yellow minyol,
jietionv accompanying, and use It
i .rularli It promotes a healthy, vig-
r,uv growtn of hair and cures dan
cuuff itchnic scalp, lustreless hair and
-ips'faliir-,. hau. If the hair is harsh
. r l strap 'imp it restores a soft, flui y
-ipearanie and brings back the in
t' nse natural color
Haaellr ' a s "I would certainly
appreciate something that would in
crease m weight, and take away that
languid feeling which I am subject to
timt of the time. My blood is weak
nd water and m appetite is poor.
Answer Your condition is very eas
V oiercnme if sou will follow the dl
tios fruon below. Ask your drug
gist for three-grain hypo-nuclane tab-
ts and take according to the dlree
Lins and onr weight will increase.
" n o tat.it1- piomote aslmilation. ab
sorption and aid digestion, transform
ihe compleiiun and figure. They are
T '-escribed b phsicians and are per
i "tl harmless. They should be taken
rpsrularly for several months and y-u
tan depend upon gaming flesh and that
languid feeling will vanish completely.
"r EG" writes- "My rheumatism Is
p. tting worse all the time I am get
t nt so stiff (that It makes it very hard
for me to get around."
nswer. Do not worry nbout your
Theuraatism as that can be very easily
cured bv using the following: Get at
the drug store the ingredients named
and mix thoroughly and take a tei-
The Doctor's Answers! Mrs. Wilson Is A Practical Architect
On Health and Beauty rj - - - - - jfI
By Ml. LEWIS BAKER
The questions answered below are
general in character, the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Eh- Lewis Baker, College
Bldg., College-Elwood Sts., Dayton, O.,
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Full name and ad
dress must be given, but only Initials
or fictitious name will be used In my
answers. The prescriptions can ,be
filled at any well-stocked drug store
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
spoonful at meal time and again zt
bed time and jou will soon be entlrcly
cured of that disagreeable disease,
rheumatism. Purchase 2 drams of
iodide of potassium; one-half ounce of
wine of colchicum; 4. drams of sodium
salicylate: 1 oz. ehicum; 4 drams of
sodium salicylate; 1 oz. comp. fluiJ
balmwort; 1 oz. comp, esspnee cardioi.
and 6 ozs. of syrup sarsaparilla. This
has cured thousands and I am sure it
will cure you.
"Musician" asks: "Can you tell me
how to overcome a bronchial trouble
which manifests itself after singing,
by a tickling in the throat, hoarse
ness and a slight cough?"
Answer: Obtain a bottle of essence
mentho-laxene and use it pure, orraane
into a cough syrup by mixing with or
dinary granulated sugar syrup or
honey. Directions for use and how to
make accompany the package. It makes
a full pint of effective, pleasant cough
syrup and cures all throat and bron
"Mrs G B." writes: "I suffer a great
deal with stomach disorders. Heavy
feeling f ter eating, neart palpitation,
wind and gas on stomach, etc. Am
restless and irritable. Afraid to cat a
hearty meal. Sometimes great pain. I
Answer: The neglect of constipation
and indigestion is the most frequent
cause of appendicitis. It is better to
prevent tuan to cure uj- ;u uireiuuuii. ,
I advise that you ontam taDieis no
ueptine and take according to direc
tions accompanying sealed carton.
They are pink, white and blue to fce
taken morning, noon and night e
snectively. I think many cases of ap
pendicitis could be prevented by using
"Mrs. C. C." writes. "Can you pre
scribe a tonic for one who is sleepless.
nervous, hysterical, thin and getting
thinner. Have little appetite and am
restless day and night."
Answer: The following If used for
several weeks will gradually restore
and strengthen your nervous system:
Compound syrup of hypophosphltes, o
035.; tincture cadomene. 1 oz. (not car
damon). Mix. shake well and take a
teaspoonful before each meal.
K. K. K. asks: "I am growing more
stout as I get older and weigh 60
pounds too much now. I am 'alarmed
and want to reduce. Please advi3e
what to taker
Answer: You need not be alarmed If
you will begin taking 5-grain arbolene
tablets. These tablets reduce usually
at the rate of a pound a day after tho
first few days. Any druggist can
supply them in sealed tubes with full
"Poor H." writes: "My health is very
"poor on account of a, long-standing
constipation. I have to use pills or
something all the time. Can you pre
scribe something to take that will cure
Answer: Constipation is probably the
cause of more illness than any othei
thing. Most remedies only relieve the
trouble and never cure. I always pre
scribe three-grain sulpherb tablets
(not sulphur tablets), and have found
them most reliably and gradually cura
tive. They act pleasantly and tone up
the bowels and liver, while purifying
the blood. Advertisement.
THREE MEN' ESCPE JAH.
H"lb oSfivr TO BE RECAPTURED.
Amarlllo. Tex., Ja. 17. Tailor S. M.
Iowlen was overpowered by three
prisoners in the Jail at Channing, 48
lailes north of here, bound, gagged
nd locked in the '.cell vacated by the
JuRitnes. . .
The latter, Benjamin Costello. R. O.
C-aw ford and Benjamin Logan, then
! &9atar ' r 5?S3Ra
MRS. IVOODROW -WILSON AXD IMUNCETOX nOME SHE DESIGNED
New York. N. Y., Jan. 17. Much has been published telling of the clever
ness of Mrs. Woodrow "Wilson, wife of the president-elect, but few are aware
that she Is the architect who designed the "Wilson home at Princeton, N. J.
So well arranged Is this house and so comfortable the interior that the
entire family look -with dismay on having to reside for any length of time
anywhere else. Mrs. Wilson has clone an immense amount of architectural
work, and often acts in an advisory capacity with New York architects. Mrs.
Wilson, too, is a painter of merit, and several of her landscapes have been
placed on exhibition at various galleries in New York and Chicago.
Fifty Years On the Stage
Sarah Bernhardt and William B.
Crane, Both Apcaring In United
StnteM. Have Acted That Long
went to the jailor's residence, where (
they bound and gagged .airs, uowien
and searched the home, leaving the
woman tied to her bed.
Citizens were attracted to the Dow
len home, surrounded the house, cap
turing the prisoners.
Dowlen. however, was forced to re
main in the cell all day until the sher
iff returned from an adjoining county
to operate the combination lock.
Just try Velva with this recipe and
see how fine it is. You'll get flavor
at its very best and quality at its
finest There isn't anything like
Velva for waffles, griddle cakes or
candy, anywhere, by any name there's nothing
made that is as good as
in the red can, lor xnaKing
candles and baking cakes.
It has more than syrup
flavor It has Vefca flavor,
that makes telling about It
impossible. You must
fafe it to know what -we
mean. Will you? Ten cents up, in clean, sanitary
.... i t ..,,-
cans, velva in tne green cans, uiu, m. ju"
grocer's. Sencl for the book of Velva Recipes.
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Tapioca and Cream
1 capfal Red Vtlra Symp. 3 cupfals cold coffee, 1-2
capful tapioca, 1-4 capfalsazar. 1-4 teaspoonful salt,
1 teaspoonfulranilla extract, some whipped cream.
Put the tapioca into a saucepan, add the syrup.
coffee, sugar, ana salt ana cookjst ia
inmates. Remove from the fire, add
into glasses. Cover the top vita
sveetcned and whipped cream. fa- j
Serve very cold. ' S2i
PENICK & FORD. Ltd.
New Orleans. La.
oe iiraof of
HE two oldest players now ap
pearing on the American stage
are "William H. Crane and Rosine
Sarah Bernhardt. This year they each
rounded out 50 years of active service
hack of the foolights. But few actors
and actresses, no matter how brilliant
their careers, ever manage to serve a
full half century with powers unim
paired and popularity undimmed.
William H. Crane has succeeded lo
the title of "Dean of the American
Stage" since the death of Joseph Jef
ferson. His 50 years of actual experi
ence have given him a right to claim
this distinction. Fifty years is a Jong
time, whether it be measured by the
passing of the seasons or by the march
of events. When Crane first trod the
boards back in July of 1S63, the great
est war in American historj was at is
height. The summer that Crane be
came an actor, the emancipation
proclamation was issued by Lincoln.
The "Divine Sarah" was an actress
long before the days of the Second
empire. She was a Parisian favorite
when spiked helmeted Prussians en
camped in the parks around Versailles.
When she was In training for the
career that she has since followed, the
guns of the allies were raining death
on the defences of Sebastapol. Sho
was yearning for a glorious .career on
the stage at the time "the Six Hun
dred" were immortalizing themselves
The Franco-Prussian war closed the
theaters of Paris for a time, but Bern
hardt was back at the Comedie Fran
caise the year the German Hussars
were withdrawn from the boulevards.
The list of the plays made famous
by the great French actress reads like
a record of the dramatic activities cf
the French nation for the last 50 years.
Her debut was made one spring night
fn 1862 at the theater Francais. n
Racine's Iphigenia. Her first venture
upon a foreign stage was "in London
First American Appearance.
On November 8, 18S0. Bernhardt
made her first American appearance.
This was in the old Booth's theater,
and since that time Bernhardt has
made a number of visits to America.
Her 1906 tour of America was the
greatest commercial success of her
long career. She carried away moro
than $150,000 of good American money
when she sailed from New York. For
years she held to nor determlnati in
never to appear in vaudeville, but she
expects the present tour of Arneri--a
in vaudeville to be the greatest In her
A remarkable old woman is Bern
hardt. She is old. Very recently she
celebrated her 6Sth birthday. She was
born In Paris October 23, 1844. and
from her childhood she planned to be
come an actress.
She is a painter of note, many of her
canvasses having won favorable men
tion in the French exhibitions. As a
sculptor she has shown great ability.
Crane's First Appearance.
Crane's" career has been equally long
and noteworthy. For years he was as
sociated with the late Stuart Robson,
and after the death of his partner
Crane struck out for himself as a star.
Since the beginning of his stardom he
has produced plays written by Ameri
On his first appearance Mr. Crane
received only his board. His first
engagement this season in the same
town -Utica. N. Y. netted him indi
vidually $540. The old actor paid a
visit to the old hall whoro he first
appeared, an i apprentice working for
nothing, under the direction of a little
opera company. x
"I thoroughly believe in American
plajs." says tr. Crane, "but the
trouble is to get a good plav. I try to
examine, as far as possible, all the
plays that arc submitted. Good play3
don't grow on bushes.
"My individual opinion is that to a
certain extent the dramatist, like the
poet, is born, not made. But even tnj
poet nowadays has to familiarize hj.n
self with the technique of his art. I
recned plenty of plays that have tho
m Mksi w'S's m.tMimtgktmffi'&&
m T2ALL0R of the skin, palpitation and debility,, are the M
m A prominent symptoms o anaemia. m remaps inis is your
1 trouble, and you haven't fully realized it.
Timvfl io rmhr miP n"rcc fnv vmi to do. and that's to take a
good reliable medicine that will attack and expel the poisons
your system ana increase uie icu wiuouico uwv
deficient in your blood.
has demonstrated during
the past forty years .that it
is composed of the most suc
cessful ingredients known to
the medical world that can
aid the stomach in manufac
turing rich, red, life-giving
blood. Science has placed
its seal of approval on every
one of these ingredients.
Take this medicine. Begin
today and you will find that
the time will not be long
before you will feel the full
enjoyment of living.
Your druggist can simply
you in liquid or tablet form
or you can send 50 one-cent
stamps for a trial box.,
Address Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel
and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
germ of a splendid comedy, but In
which the story Is not good.
"No amount of clever comedy lines
will induce the public to accept a plav
In which the dramatic action Is not
consistent and fails to sustain Interest
and illusion. The comedian, for in
stance, must be able to convey the
impression that his predicaments are
very serious to him. however laugh
able they may seem to the audiende."
WITNESS TELLS OF COMBINE
IN MOVING PICTURE FILMS
New York. Pan. 17. How and why
independent moving picture companies
were combined or absorbed to form
the alleged moving picture "trust" in
December, 1908. was told by Henry W.
Ifprvin, president of the American Bio
graph comoany of motion picture pat
tents comoany, a witness in the gov
ernment's suit to dissolve the "trust.
Before the combination was accom
plished there were 150 independent
film exchanges in the United States,
said Marvin. The Patents company
was organized by nine leading film
manufacturers under an agreement lo
lease films culy to companies licensed
bv inn Patents company. Of the 150
1 only 116 were licensed, the witness
conceueu. ana iutr uiuurs wom. . --hii-HnPK.
nfter which the manufactur
ers ersaniBed the General Film com-
pany, Duying si oi wie no iici
exchanges and cancelling the licenses
of many others.
OF EXPRESS C03IPANIBS
New Orleans, La.. Jan. 17. Bliminate
the express companies from transpor
tation service, let the railroads handle
all large shipments and use the par
cels post for smaller packages, was
the advice given by R. W. Gees, of
Kansas City, chairman of the commit
tee on express rates and service, to
members of the Western Fruit Jobbers'
association, in convention here.
Mr. Gees said that for seven years
the association had been fighting for
FOND, OF THEIR HOME.
"Are they fond of their New York
homer' "Oh. awfully fond. They spend
their winters m Florida, their springs
In Lakewood their summers at New
port and their autumns at Lenox, but
they are simplv devoted to their New
York home!" Chicago Mail.
E is qeiCHiy ended oylireafiiini
The quickest and surest way to end Catarrh,
Coughs and Colds is to breathe deep into the
lungs the soothing, healing, germ destroying
air of HyomeL
It destroys germs, sooths the inflamed membrane;
heals the sore spots and causes mucus to disappear.
Hyomei is made of Australian Eucalyptus and Listerian
antiseptics, and is free from Cocaine or any injurious drug.
A complete Hyoasd onifit with staple Instructions for use at any
pharmacist for $L0O. Single bottles of Hyomei. if required later, are
but 50 cents. No stomach dosing ; Just breathe It Trial treatment
free bom Booth's Hyomei Co, Buffalo, N. Y.
RAILROAD NEWS OF THE SOUTHWEST
D. K. Evans, engine foreman on the
G. H., has reported for duty.
C E. Messenger, conductor on the S.
P., is laying off for a few days.
Just received a carload of add sash
rr.d doors. Lander Lumber Co.
W. Hunslcker, brakeman on the
Is laying off or account of being
Plan Gift To U. S. of Home of Washington's Ancestors
Time it! In five minutes your Stomach feels fine Surest,
quickest Stomach doctor in the world.
You don't want a slow remedy when
jour stomach is bad or an uncertain
one or a harmful one your stomach
is too valuable: you mustn't Injure it
with drastic drugs.
Pape's Diapepsm is noted for Its speed
in giving rp'. if its harmlessness; its cer
tain unfailing action In regulating sick.
sour, gassy stomachs. It's millions of
i-iros m indigestion, dspepsia. gas
mtis and other stomach trouble has
m td it famous the world over.
Kiep this perfect stomach doctor In
your borne keep it handy get a large
fift-cent case from any drug store
and then If anyone should eat some
thing which doesn't agree with them;
if what they eat lays like lead, fer
ments and sours and forms gas; causes
headache, dizziness and nausea; eruc
tations of acid and undigested food
remember as soon as Pape's DIapepsin
comes In contact with tbe stomach all
such distress vanishes. It's promptness,
certainty and ease in overcoming the
worst stomach disorders is a revela
tion to those who try it.
gdMgg35g3-V.raMC iff jfcaKr85P
Passenger fireman Trinkle. of the T.
P., has reported for duty after a short
F. K. Cort. brakeman on the S. P
has reported for duty after being off
for several trips.
H. P. Johnson, porter on the G. H..
is laying offand extra porter Tom
Miller is relieving him.
D. G. Beard, brakeman on the G. H,
has been assigned to a regular run
between Sanderson and Valentine.
J. Foster, the G. H. brakeman who
was injured several days ago while
letting off a brake, has reported for
George Brown, brakeman on the T.
P., has resigned from the service and
has left for Los Angeles, where he ex
pects to locate.
"Georgia" Howard, brakeman on .the
eastern division, has been assigned to
a regular passenger run between El
Paso and Tucumcari.
H. G. Clark, brakeman on the G. H..
who has been holding a regular run
for the past few weeks, Is now back
on the extra board.
T4 T. TTcitc-ftrd hrftbmfln on the S. P..
is laying off.- J. V. Walsh, a brakeman1
on the G. H Is being used on the S. P.
on Mr. Howard's run.
1 T-nnt-stnn pn?inp foreman on the
G. H., has been transferred from the I
night to the day sunt.
Sam Moyer. extra passenger conductor-
on the G. H., is laying off on ac
count of being sick. -nd conductor C.
Brahm is relieving him.
Ed Schwartz, engineer on the G. H-,
who has been running the passenger
engine 291 for the past few trips, is
now back on the extra board.
John Nunn, engineer on the T P
who has been laying off for several
trips on account of being sick, has re
covered and reported for duty.
N. R. Stephens, brakeman on the f?
H., who has been -working on passen
ger for the past 10 days. Is now ba k
on through freight service between Ll
Paso and Valentine.
C E. Darnell, the local grievance
1Mb for the trainmen of the G. H has
returned from a 30 days business trip
to Houston and has reported for dut
B. C. Webber, brakeman on the S. P .
has reported for duty after being off
for several trips.
Switch engine No. S9, of the G H
was derailed Thursday evening in th
G. H. yards, near the Kansas strc- t
crossing. The derailment, it is said.
was caused by a spread rail. Switch
engine No. 68 was brought up and
coupled into S9 and the 89 was pulled
back on the rail, and immediately
pulled out for the round house to havp
a bent side rod straightened. No one
was injured, but considerable damage
was done to a switch point, and several
rails were badly bent.
NOT A CORRECT DIAGNOSIS.
The eminent specialist looked the
"Yes." he said, "what you need Is a
gradual gain in muscular tissues. G
at It slowly. Commence by lifting a
10 pound weight. Add to this from
time to time until vou, can raise 50
pounds -with comparative ease. Then
come to me again.
The patient hesitated.
"I guess." he said, "you ain't getting
me quite right." ,.
The apecialist frowned.
"What do yoa mean by that?" he
The patient still hesitated.
"Why. you see," he said, 'Tm th
feller that carries th trunks down
stairs an' heaves "em into th" trarsfT
company's baggage wagon'" Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
FT. STOCKTON" MAN
Fort Stockton, Texas, Jan. 17. J. E.
Low, of this place, has been arrested by
rangers and placed in jail, following
the killing of W. W. Britain last Sun
TIMKS HAVE CHANGED.
-c .1....4.. t,aiA linrrpd.
havon't they?" "Yep." replied I-armer (
Corntossel; "now a man thinks lies un- ,
mcKy If he has to borrow money " "
1'iuce. -Me usea 10 tmnK ne ua " j - j
c was aoie 10. vsiimfc-v "-"
Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs.
Give Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a chance.
Sold for 70 years.
T f 1 wav Ha
Ask Your Doctor. lqwh. mwJ
GEORGE WASIIINGTO-N VM) SILG1UDE M.UOR
London, Eng., Jan. 17. The purchasing and presenting to the United
States goernment of Sulgrade manor, in Northampton. England, which was the
home of the ancestors of George Washington, ado. atrd b sir Edward Gre,
lliitish foicin minister, is receiving considerable attention in official cir
cles throughout the united kingdom.
Some Growing Children
are under size under weight. Some grow
tall and thin others are backward in studies-!
pale and frail improper assimilation is
If your children are not iwo-ed and
ruddy and rosy bubbling with energy
and vim at all times, you owe them
SCOTT'S EMULSION nature's concen
trated nourishment to build body, bone,
muscle and brain.
Cuildren need SCOTTS EMULSION to progress.
Trade-Msrk SCOTT & BOWNE, Bloomfield. N. T.