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!Priday, January 24, 1913
The Doctor's Answers
On Health and Beauty
ABIZONA COAL RATES
"1'isfis' -writes "My hair is so oily
apd stragUn? I wlsli yon could tell
top somethMig to make It soft and
fluff. It makes me positively homely.
I also have a great deal of dandruff."
Answer: Many -women -would be
more beautiful If they had soft, fluffy
hair. I can tell you a very Simple
lemedy, one that will make your hair
soft and fluffy. It will cure dandruff,
itching1 scalp and lusterless and falling
hair. Ask your druggist for a i ox.
jar of plain yellow minyol and use
according to directions, and you will
be surprised to note the difference
in your balr.
"Fred W.' writes: "I suffer with
headache. Indigestion, nervous debil
ity and ant also thin almost to the
danger point. What caw be done for
Answer: Ton can very readily over
come these difficulties by using three
ETain hypo-nuclane tablets. They are
put up In sealed cartons with full di
rections. These are highly recom
mended by physicians, and if used ac
cording to directions you will soon
l rid of headache, your indigestion
will be gone and you will gain from
10 to 0 pounds. These tablets
should be taken regularly for several
months, and you can depend on gain
"Lee" writes: "I havo tried so many
remedies for rheumatism that I am
almost afraid to try any more, but if
you can tell me a sure cure I will try
Answer: Do not he disheartened be
cause yon have net been able to find
something that would cure your rheu
matism, for yon can be cured If you
will take what I tell you. Get from
the drug store: Iodide of potassium. 2
drams: sodium salicylate, , 4 drams:
wine of eolebicum. 1-2 os.; comp. fluid
balmwort, 1 oz.: comp. essence car
dlol, l or.: and syrup sarsaparilla, 5
ozs. Mix and take a teaspoonfal at
mealtime and again before going to
"Fern" write: "I have suffered
with a bad cough for some time and I
am also -weak and tired most of the
time, whiah I think is due to the se
vere coughing. Can you give me a
Answer: Yes, your weakness is due
to the coughing, but you can be cored
by using the following: Get a 2 1-2 oz.
package of essence of xnentho-laxene
and make according to directions on
the bottle, then take a teaspoonfal
every hour or two unui iae cougn is
cured. This makes a full pint of the
very best and safest cough syrup. If
your druggist does not have mentho
lazene have Mm order it for yon of
the wholesale firms.
By DR. 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 Dr 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.
Doctor: What can I take for a bad
case of indigestion. I have suffered
with it for many years and nothing
I take helps at all. I am also both
ered with constipation."
Answer: You should not neglect in
digestion and constipation, as it leads
to more serious trouble, very frequent
ly appendicitis is caused by this neg
lect. Begin at once and take tablets
triopeptine. These are packed in sealed
cartons, with full directions fbr taking.
"Laura S." writes: "I am so tired
and nervous all the time that I can
scarcely drag one foot after the other.
It is very hard for me, as I have to
work. My appetite Is also very poor."
Answer: What you need is a good
tonic restorative treatment. Take the
tonic prescribed below and you will
soon be strong and healthy and will
not have that tired feeling. Your work
will become a pleasure to you. Syrup
of hypophosphites comp. 5 ozs., tinc
ture cadomene, 1 oz., mix and take a
teaspoonful before each meal. This
should be continued for several weeks
until you feel perfectly strong.
Mrs W. "W. C asks: "Can I safely
take off 40 pounds of fat? I weigh 180
pounds, too much for my height."
Answer: Yes, you can, by taking, as
per the directions which accompany
5-srrain arbolene tablets, put up In
sealed tubes and sold by well-stocked
druggists. They are safe, for any fleshy
person to take. v
"Anna R." writes: "I have taken
medicine from several doctors for liver
and kidney trouble and constipation,
but it does not seem to help me at
all. My skin is sallow. I have con
stant headaches, and dizzy spells. What
shall I do?"
Answer: The best remedy that I
know for your trouble is three grain
sulpherb tablets (not sulphur tablets).
These are packed in sealed tubes with
full directions. Most of the remedies
only relieve, but If you take the sul
pherb tablets regularly for a few
weeks you will be cured. This will
purify the blood and your skin will
lose that sallow look.
"Busy Mother" Bedwetting can be
easily cured in children by giving them
the following: Tincture cubebs, 1
dram: tincture rhus aromatic, 2
drams, and comp. fluid balmwort, 1
oz. Give from 10 io 15 drops in water
an hour before each meaL
Doctor: "I have a very bad case of
catarrh of the head, and my stomach,
bowels and blood are affected. I suffer
greatly and would like a cure."
A. G.: Local treatment should be used
as follows: Get 2 ozs. of antiseptic
Vilane powder. Use a half teaspoon
ful to a pint of warm water; snuff the
water from the palm of the hand
through the nostrils two or three
times a day. Then make a catarrh
balm by miring a level teaspoonful of
VUane powder with one ounce of vase
line or lard and acolv to the nostrils
-.i. . ..
as far up as possiDie.' Also xane a
teaspoonful four times daily of the
following: Syrup sarsaparilla comp, 4
ozs.; comp. fluid balmwort. 1 oz.: fluid
ext buchu, 1 oz. Mix and shake well.
. .IIU&UCJ UlUtTATill UUU tV(Viailuu vvui-
jnisitiuner lo io aiicdu J.iirec
Cent Rate Hearing.
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 24. Coal rates
from Gallup to Arizona points are un
der investigation at a hearing being
conducted here by interstate commerce
commission examiner Gibson.
Several months ago complaint re
garding the coal rates and a demand
for sweeping reductions were filed
with the interstate 'commerce commis
sion by the Arizona corporation com
mission. Attorneys and traffic managers of
practically all railroads doing business
in the state are present at the hearing.
Before examiner Gibson lea-es Phoe
nix he will hear evidence bearing on
the claims for reparation filed by J.
W. Dorris, Edward Kisele and other lo
cal merchants. These claims aggre
gate thousands of dollars and are
based on alleged overcharges on ship
ments of freight from eastern points.
Attorney general Ueorge Purdy Bul
lard and corporation commissioner A.
W. Cole have gone to San Francisco to
represent the state in the 3 cent fare
cases -which are to come up in the fed
eral court there next Monday. The
Santa Fe and affiliated lines are at
tacking the 3 cent fare law. Until the
contests are settled the law cannot be
put Into the effecjt.
WINS MONEY AT
Paul Graffus, aged about 35 years, a
railroad man, stepped out of the fiesta
hall on the night of January 15 with
$600 or $700 he had won playing rou
lette, according to J. E. Jones, who
said he was with him In the place, and
has not been heard of since. -Mr. Jones
stated that it was about 2 o'clock in
tr morning, and Graffus, who had
been lucky, won the money playing
roulette. He said that as the man -was
on the point of stepping out of the
building he turned to H. G. Clark, who
was also -with them, and said that he
would back in a minute. Mr. Jones
said that he and Mr. Clark waited until
5 o'clock that morning, but could never
locate the missing man. Shortly be
fore Graffus left the place Jones said
that a Mexican was caught trying to
steal some of the money which filled
the pockets of Graffus. Jones reported
the case to the police Thursday after
noon. Before coming here Graffus was
conductor on the Mexican Central, bHt
when the strike occurred ton that road
he came to El Paso. For a time he
lived in the 1900 block on Magoffin
SEE IF YOUR CHILD'S
TONGUE IS COATED
If cross, irritable and fever
ish it means waste
No matter what ails your child, a.
gentle, thorough laxative physic
should always be the first treatment
If your cMld isn't feeling well; rest
ing nicely; eating regularly and acting
naturally it Is a sure sign that it's lit
tle stomach, liver and SO feet of bowels
are filled with foul, constipated waste
matter and need a gentle, thorough
cleansing a,t onee.
When croes, irritable, feverisn,
stomach sour, breath bad or your lit
tle one has stomach-aette, diarrhoea,
sore throat, full of cold, tongue coated;
give a teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs
and in a few hours all the clogged up
waste, undigested food and sour bile
-will gently move on and out of Its
little bowels -without nausea, griping
or weakness, and you wIM surely have
a well, happy and smiling child again
With Syrup of Figs you are not
drugging your children, being com
posed entirely of luscious figs, senna,
and aromaties it cannot be harmful,
besides they dearly love its delicious
Mothers should Always keep Syrup
of Figs handy, vjt is the only stomach,
liver and bowel cleanser and regula
tor needed a little given to-day will
save a sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the package.
Ask your druggists for the full
name, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir of
Senna," prepared by the California Fig
Syrup Co. This is the delicious tast
ing, genuine old reliable. Refuse any
thing else offered. Advertisement. '
FIVE DOLLARS A DOZEX.
Judge Adrian Pool, of the corpora
tion coert, Thursday afternoon fixed a
new price for eggs. -Francisco Bar
rial, who was before him on trial on a
charge of stealing one dozen eggs, -was
Then stop it I Stop it now ! Yoa
can do it with Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Does not color the hair.
Ask Your Doctor. iinreii. Hut!
OWES LIFE TO THIS
It is beyond human power to perform
miracles. The makers of Bckman's Al
terative, & remedy for Consumption, do
not claim that it will restore every one
to perfect health, but so many have
voluntarily testified it saved their lives,
that all who have this dread disease
should investigate and try it. It should
stop the night sweats, reduce lever,
promote appetite and in very many
cases, prolong life. Read what it ac
complished in this case:
Catherine Ave. and Ascot Place,
Queen's Court, It I.
"Gentlemen: In the year 190S I was
taken with a heavy cold and a nasty
cough and went to several doctors. In
cluding a specialist Their medicines
failed. I then went to the Catskills, but
the cough still kept up. I stayed there
a year and then went on a farm near
Jersey City, a very sick man.
'My brother then recommended Bck
man's Alterative to me very highly. At
first I would not consent to use It, ow
ing to the fact that I had taken so
many medicines without being helped
in any way, but finally I consented. It
is now nearly two years since I first
took it. I am now cured and I dare say
that I would have been buried long ago
if it bad not been for Eckman's Alter
ative. I wish to thank you for the God
send to me. Wherever I go, I highly
recommend the Alterative, as I owe my
life to it."
(Sworn affidavit) JOS. J. TROESCHER.
Kckman's Alterative Is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat
and Lung Troubles and In upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard, Knoblauch
Drug Co., People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Ask for booklet
telling of recoveries, and write to Eck
man Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa., for
cJiiitional evidence. Advertisement.
How to Get a
50c BOX FREE
We want to send you
free a 50c package
of Dr. Catherine H.
treatment for mak
ing the bust plump
and firm; also our
booklet, "The Perf jet
Figure." Dr. Kelly
used this treatment
herself and it in
creased her own and
her patients bust
measurements from 4
to 7 inches. Write
today and enclose 10s
to help pay distribu
tion expenses, and a
50c treatment will be
mailed at once in
DR. KELLY CO.,
Bept 432 A. E
Buffalo, ST. Y.
No indigestion or upset
Stomaeh for "Pape's Dia-
,Tery 7ear JeSJariy more than a
million stomach sufferers In the United
States, England and Canada take Pape's
Diapepstn, and realize nfft only imme
diate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will digest
anything you eat and overcome a sour
gassy or out-of-order stomach five min
If yoar meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of lead
In your stomach, or If you have heart
burn, that Is a sign of Indigestion.
Get from your pharmacist a fifty-cent
case of Pape's Dlapepsin and take a
dose just as soon as you can There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches; dizziness or In
testinal griping. This will all go, and.
besides, there will be no sourfood left
over in the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's Diapepsln Is a certain cure, for
out-of-order stomachs, because it takes
hold of your food and digests it Just
the same as if your stomach wasn't
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
These large fifty-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost anv case of dyspepsia, indiges
tion or anv other stomach disorder
WATER TOO SHALLOW AND
MUDDY: NEGRO ESCAPES DEATn.
Yuma. Ariz., Jan. 24. Because the
bottom of the Colorado is muddy and
the water was cold. Henry Robinson, a
negro employed at a valley fruit ranch,
failed in an alleged effort to commit
While strolling along the Southern
Pacific bridge with his wife and two
children. Robinson and his better balf
engaged in a violent altercation and
he suddenly leaped to the railing and
dropped into the water below. But the
water was shallow and the negro stuck
in the mud.
COURT DECISION AGAINST
SOCIETY IS SUSTAINED.
Phoenix, Ariz.. Jan. 24. The supreme
court has sustained the decision of the
superior court of Pima county in the
suit of Margarita de Aguirre versus
Logia Suprema de la Alianza Hispano
Americano, a fraternal society of which
her late husband. Feliberto de Aguirre,
was a member. The society refused to
pay de Agulrre's insurance of $1200 be
cause he was alleged to have misstated
his age when he joined. It was held by
both courts that senora de Aguirre
should get the $1200.
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MM rX utlls lsOullf?iIl
. Red Letter Sale
neat shapes; worth $2.50. aile Q AQ
Means a General Clean-Up of Clothing,
Furnishings and Shoes
As the sale advances we enter into this determined clearing movement, with
redoubled effort, as we have stated in our previous announcements we pro
pose to dispense of all Fall and Winter . Merchandise. Tomorrow's offer
ings are- fraught with soundest mon&y-saving opportunities.
WATER RATE CODIPLAINTS TO
BE HEARD FEB. 17 AND 24.
Phoenix. Ariz Jan. 24. Arizona's
corporation commission has set Febru
ary 17 as the date for hearing evidence
bearing on the complaints filed by citi
zens of Bisbee and Naco regarding the
rates charged for water service In
those cities. Similar complaint has
been made regarding water rates in
Clifton and Morenci, and they will be
heard February -24.
EDISON SENDS WIFE FOR
MEDALs HE REMAINS AT WORK.
New York, N. Y., Jan. 24. Thomas
A. Edison remained at work In his
laboratory at Englewood. JT. J., Instead
of coming to this city to receive from
the American Museum of Safety a
medal in 'honor of an old Invention.
Mrs. Edison, who came to accept the
honor for him. explained that tne in
ventor has been in seclusion in his
workshop for two months and expects
to continue in retirement until he com
pletes his present work.
The medal was the Ratheneau honor
for an invention of a storage battery
device permitting light without heat.
The Forty Year Test.
An article must have exceptional
merit to survive for a period of forty
years. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
was first offered to the public in 1872.
From a small beginning it has crown
in favor and popularity until it has
attained a -worldwide reputation. You
will find nothing better for a cough or
cold. Try It and you 'will understand
why It is a favorite after a period of
more than forty years. It not onlv
gives relief it cures. For sale by all
Tomorrow being the last Saturday of
the month, Herald carriers will present
bills for KubKcriptlonB to February Int.
Subscribers trill kindly note the nbovc
nnd be ready for the boys.
The Chefs Favorite
By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of
the Boston Cooking School Magazine
Some folks think that only "colored
mammies" can cook chicken, but atrial
of this famous chicken pot pie disproves
that assertion. Every member of the
family will thoroughly enjoy it.
EC Chicken Pot Pie, Baited DtnnpUnrfs
One foxul cut in joints; cup jlour;
teaspoonful salt; black pepper; 2cups
flour; 3 level feaspoonfuls K C Baking
Powder; teaspoonful salt; cup
shortening; milk or cream.
Cover the fowl with boiling water and
let simmer nntil tender, then remove to a
baking dish. Miy the cap flour, salt
and black pepper with cold water to a
smooth paste and use to thicken the
broth. ' Remove the fat from the top of
the broth if necessary before adding the
thickening-. Pour this gravy over the
fowl, nntil it is nearly covered, and re
serve the rest to serve apart. Sift to
gether the flour, bakingpowderandsalt,
three times; into this work the shorten
ing and use cream or milk to make a
dough, less stiff than for biscuits. Put
this by spoonfuls over the fowl in the
dish, which it should rest upon and
completely cover. Let bake abont 35
When younc, tender chickens are scarce, this
presents a most satisfactory way of serrins old
more appetizing than when served as a stew.
Try ttisand the S9 other delicious recipes in
"xe KC Cook's Boot, a copy of w hich may be
secured free by sending the colored certificate
Packed in the 2Snt can of K C Baking POW
dertothejAQcra mfo. Co., Chicago-
Unrestricted choice of all Kuppenlieimer Suits or
Overcoats that sold up to 25.00. d - A Q C
Sale price JplTCtSD
Kuupenheimer Suits or Overcoats that sold
up to ?30.00. Sale
$40.00 Kuppenheimer Suits or Overcoats.
Choice during this sale (J -1 q QC
1 lot Suite or Overcoats including black and blues.
Some nice suits in this lot. Values (J Q QC
up to 16.50. Sale price PO .IO
1 lot Men's Pants, good assortment of styles and
sizes. Worth to 2.00 pair. Sale
1 lot Men's Hats, cloth or stitchers, splendid .as
sortment. Worth to ?2.0O Sale
1 lot Men's extra fine top Shirts, with or with
out collar. Values to 1.50. bale
1 lot Men's Shirts, with or without collar; all
sizes, different stylos and colors, worth
to 1.00. Side price
1 lot Men's Sweater Coats, splendid good
values up to $2.00. Sale nriee
1 lot Men's Ribbed and fleeee lined tJn-
derwear. Regular 50c sellers. Sale price
1 lot Men's 35e and 50c Ties. Many
styles and colors. Sale price, choice for
This section offers savings that one seldom obtains at any other time. The
prices have been greatly reduced and we are sure that hundreds of Boston
Store patrons will tate advantage of this opportunity tojbuy footwear for the
Women's Satin Pumps With or without straps,
neat shapes; worth 2.50. Sile
Women's Button Boots Gun metal, many differ
ent toes; also velvet boots, all sizes; q a QC
worth 2.75. Sale price P A JJ
Women's Tan Calf Button Boots Different styles,
White Buck Boots with fancy toes, also Patent
Leather High Top Boots; worth to ( -a QQ
3.50. Sale prke tPJL.JO
1 Lot 25c Baby Shoes.
Sale price ..v
Infants' Patent Leather Button
gray top; worth 85c. Sale
Misses', Children's and. Infants' Buttbn or Lace
Shoes Good and durable; worth 1.25. OC.
Sale price 0jC
1 Lot Men's Shoes Black or tan, suitable for
dress or wc-k, light or heavy weight; (J 1 OP
worfn to 3.00. Sale price V 00
Men's Black or Tan Shoes Button or lace, dif
ferent stvles, solid leather; worth to (tQ A Q
3.50. Sale price J.ftO
1 Lot Little Gents Shoes With good durable
soles; worth 1.50. Sale QEJ
price . .- 273C
1 Lot little Gents' Shoes Many different
styles and shapes; worth to 2.50. d - A Q
Sale price - ...4J.iO
Felt Slippers, Gaiters, Leggings At Red Letter
Saturday "Bannner" Bargain Offerings From Our
Women's Ready -to-Wear Section
You never saw such truly remarkable
values in Dresses, Suits, Coats, Skirt?,
12.00 Women's Dresses Different
materials. Sale ?JC QC
price , tpO.tO
18 Women's Tailored (f? -9 OC U v omens oions-iacK or co:
Suits. Sale pricc...plU.y5 . Sale $ QC
11 1C .... -f " v v
1.00 Women's Waists.
1.75 Women's Waists.
1.50 Women's Near Silk
Petticoats. Sale price
4.00 Women's Silk Petticoats.-
1.75 Women's Long Kimo- QO
nos. Shle price wOC
1.00 Women's Dressing v AGl
Jackets. Sale price T'? C
4.00 Children's Coats. d- QO
Sale price VA20
1.00 Children's School AGkg
Dresses. Sale priee r? C
1.25 Children's School q
Dresses. . Sale price O C
10 Children's School AQ
Dresses. Sale prke JOC
1 rimmed Hats
-HOM2 OP LOW PRICES
r (wMi77i' vT yV'3I'5JF
Trunks and Suit
Cases at 33 1-3 to
SO Per Cent
5IAXY SALT RIVER WATER
ISERS DECLARED DELINQUENT.
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 24. Nearly $100,
000 of the last assessment of 1300,000
levied by the Salt River Valley Water
Users' association for the purpose of
building; electric power plants, is de
linquent. The names of several score
delinquent land holders are now being
advertised. After they have been ad
vertised three weeks the land will be
sold at auction to the highest bidders.
The successful bidders cannot enter
Into possession at once, but will have
claims on the property.
After the names have been adver
tised, two percent a month will be
charged on delinquents. There will also
be added penalty of 25 cents on each
tract to pay the costs of advertising-.
What you look for in
shoes. is good looks;
what you hope for is
good wear. You are
certain of both in
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKAOER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
G R. RUSSELL, '
Snpt. of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Sectyand Genl Mgr.
I Hi "
' " ThU mark
1 i Is on every
o 1 McELWAIN
Ss. Us SHOE
A McElwain Patent Colt
W. H. McElwain Company, Boston
DELIGHTFUL DERMA VIVA;
THE IDEAL, POWDER
Mate Re3, Brpwn, or Dark Face, JVeci, Hss&crArm
as White as milk and no one can tell you have it on.
Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. Price 50c
THE WHITE HOUSE
Felix Brnnschwis & Co, Inc.
1 -HH Jfy&s&r-ifl i
High grade meats right
P lb 15C
Pure Home Rendered
Lard, ner lb
per lb lUC Frankfurter Sausage, OC.
. - home made .."iWv
Home Made Sausage, - O
tier lb I7t'
Pork Ham Roast, )a Smoked Tongues,
P-H &V3C. each
POULTRY ALIVE AND HOME DRESSED.
Pork Shoulder Roast,
213 N. Sinton St.
Bell Phone 156