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Tuesday? February "4, 1913'
"Speaker" -writes- "I am troubled
with a ticklinp sensation after speak
in p. which js accompanied with a
slight cough and hoarseness. Can I
Answer: Ton will not only be Re
lieved, hut you will be cured by using
the following: Ask your druggist for
a 2 1-2 oz. bottle of essence mentho
laxene. This can be taken pure or can
h- made into a full pint" of cough syrup.
Full directions are given on the bottle
for making. This is very easily made
at home and is perfectly safe as it
does not contain any harmfs.1 ingre
dients as do most of the. so-called
3 5& "3fc
"Ida" writes: 1 have suffered with
stomach trouble and constipation for
about two years, and I fear it will
cause appendicitis if I cannot get some
Answer: I recommend that you get
tablets trfepeptlae and take a pink
tablet after breakfast, a white tablet
after dinner and a bine tablet after
supper. This is a very excellent treat
ment and is widely prescribed for Its
gradual curative action. Continue this
treatment for several weeks and I am
sure you will be cured.
roctor: Several years ago I took a
tonic which vou prescribed for me. but
it has been so long that I have for
jrotten the ingredienta It was the best
nerve and svstem tonic that I ever
took. Will you kindly publish the in
Answer: The tonic I always prescribe
for people in your condition is: Syrup
of hypopbosphltes comp.. 6 oss.; tinc
ture cadomene comp- 1 o. Shake well
and take a teaspoonful before meals.
This is the best nerve and system tonic
that I know of.
"Overweight- asks: "I wish you
would prescribe something to reduce
my weight that I could safely take. I
despise liquid medicine. Can you give
a pill or tablet?"
Answer: I find many are like you.
aid advise that you obtain in sealed
tube 5 -grain awbolene tableta Any
accommodating dealer can obtain from
wholesale druggists. Full directions
accompany each tube.
Tom" writes: "I 'have very poor
health on account of long standing
constipation. I take medicine all the
feme, but would like to get something
that would cure me."
Answer: More illness Is caused by
constipation than by any other ail
ment. You can get plenty of medicines
that will relieve, but tf yoa want some
thing that will core you I would ad-
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but its official station is at Fort Sam
Houston, where the families of some of
the officers still occupy quarters and
where the company and regimental
property is beting kept. If the Second
cavalry is ordered there before the 22d
infantry is ordered to some other sta
tion, the quarters now held by the 22d
will have to be vacated. The officers
and men of the 22d heard some time
aro that they were to go to the brigade
pSst of Fort D. A. Russell, Wjo.
(Cheyenne) and be brigaded with the
11th infantry and the Uth infantry
(part of the 18th is now stationed here
on border duty also), and this is con
firmed today in part in a dispatch to
Twenty seeon to Denver.
A report today is that the 18th and
11th will he stationed at Fort Russell,
but that the 23d, while brigaded with
the BusseU troops, will be sent to Fort
Logan. Colo. (Denver). This Is most
pleasing news to officers and men, as
the Denver post is ose of the choicest
in the count-v. Recently it was aban
doned as a garrison ajid converted into
a recruiting depot. Nand the troops
transferred to Fort Russell. The Den
ver people kicked so hard that senator
Warren, of Wvomhag, who was instru
mental in having it dose, agreed to the
restoration of the Denver post as a
El Paso's aMHtery Importance
The creation of the brigade system,
continues El- Paso in its present impor
tant military position. Because of its
strategic location, it has been the head
ouarters f the border patrol for two
SHAR A GROWING CITY OX
J20 an acre, S10 cash, 10 a
TOBIN REAL ESTATE
HeaduBtrers for Land on the
CHOICE GOVERNMENT TESTED
RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS
WRITE US FOR "PRICES.
Phones 35 & 36. Leon &
The Doctor's Advice
By DR. LHWIS BAKKB.
The questions answered below are
general In character; the symptomsor
diseases are given and the answers will
apply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Dr wis Baker. College
Bldg College-Elwood Sta, 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.
vise the use of three grain sulpherb
tablets (not sulphur tablets). They
can be bought at any drug store in
scaled tubes with full directions for
using I have found them the most
reliable and gradually curative. .
"A I TJ." I advise you to get the
following ingredients and mix at home
to cure your child of bedwetting:
Tincture cuoeus, i. urauu, m.
balmwort. 1 os.; and tincture rhus aro
matic, 2 drama Mix in water and give
10 to 15 drops one hour before meals.
"Miss Anna" writes: I suffer with
very severe headaches which also af
fects my eyes. My throat and nostrils
is very bad. Could you prescribe a
Answer: I have cured hundreds who
suffer ma you do by prescribing the
following and have received many
letters from grateful people which in
dicates that It Is speedily curative:
Purchase a 2 s. original package of
vilane powder; to a pint of warm water
add one-half teaspoonful and snuff the
water from the palm of the hand
through the nostrils two or three times
a -day or until they are thoroughly
cleansed; then apply -well up into the
nostrils twice daily the following ca
tarrh balm: To one level teaspoonful
of vilane powder add one ounce of lard
or vaseline. If used according to the
above prescription your catarrh should
soon vanish. This should be used
occasionally to prevent Its return.
"Mildred K." says: "Please advise
what I can use for a good hair tonic.
My hair and scalp, are In a ye-? EfS
condition and nothing seems to help.
Answer: The best hair tonic on the
market is sold in 4 oz. jars and Is called
plain yellow minyol. Any up-to-date
druggist will have it. This Is superior
to anything known for the treatment
of the diseases of the hair and scalp.
Two or three applications have been
known to cure, while it makes the hair
soft, fluffy and makes it keep its
"Jane" writes: "My nerves are In a
dreadful condition, my appetite Is very
poor and I am extremely thin. My
face is so thin that it makes me very
unhappy. I should like you to tell me
a true remedy."
Answer: If you wish to become
stouter, improve your appetite and
your nervous system, I heartily recom
mend the use or three Pnhm
nuclane tablets, which you will find in
any well-stocked drug store, in sealed
cartons with full directions for taking.
Hvpo-nuclane tablets Improve the nu
trition, add red corpuscles to the blood,
strengthen the nervous system and Im
prove the general health. ,Many people
report that they have gained from 10
to SO pounds in two mpiriks.
"Harry" writes: "Both my wife and
myself suffer with rheumatism, we
would appreciate a reply teillag us
what to take."
Answer: Mix the following at home
or have the druggist mix for you:
J drams of iodide of potassium: sodium
salicylate. 4 drams; wine of colchlcum.
one-half ox.: comp. essence cardiol. l
o.; comp. fluid balmwort, 1 os.; and
syrup sarsaparilla comp. 5 ocs Take a
teaspoonful at meal time and bed time
Always shake well before using-
years and has been the department
headquarters for almost a year, with
the reorganisation, it is made aperma
nent brigade headquarters. Prior to
the Mexican war. Fort Bliss was only
a battalion post: Just before the Mexi
can trouble, it was made a regimental
headquarters, with the result that;
while no more troops were stationed
here, a band and the headquarters staff
were located here. Then It was decided
to make it a regimental post for the
accommodation of a full regimen., of
cavalry. An appropriation is expected
to be granted soon for this. Now, in
addition to being a full regimental post.
Fort isnss win m .s--j -
quarters and for maneuvers and target
practice the brigade commander will
likely call in the other regiment to this
point quite frequently.
Mobilization at HI Paso,
la time of war, the brigade cpmmand
ers would go into action with their
commands as now designated, the di
vision commanders (of the geograph
ical divisions) taking command of the
brigades included at present under their
command. This gives the army a work
ing unit for field service. It is under
stood that the brigade commanders, like
Gen. Steever at Bl Paso, are to be .giv
en opportunity frequently to bring
their brigades together for field ex
ercises, so that all may become famil
iar with conditions as they will exist
in actual war. CoL West, at San An
tonio? will have his toll brig ta-
r '- .. mi.1.. will mMtkahlr T11A.U1
tioned mere. i.a rm F.w"j
the frequent mobilization of Gen, Stee
ver's brigade here, because of the large
maneuver and target practice grounds.
DISCHARGED TANITOR KILLS
SEKFAFTER ATTACONB WOMAN
San Fraacfaeo, Calif, Feb, 4. Dr.
Madeline K. John, a pbysieian, was at
tacked in her office by Herman Gutt
vJiick, a discharged janitor, who attempt
ed to cut her throat and then committed
suicide by cutting his own throat. Dr.
John was taken to a private hospital,
where it was said she might live.
Guttchick obtained his position by rec
ommendation of Dr. John and is supposed
to have attributed his discharge to her.
No other motive is known.
DOES NOT THINK SERUM A
SPECIFIC FOR TUBERCULOSIS
Alpine, Tex, Feb. 4. Dr. Chfeholm
Rogers, of Muskogee, Okfcu, who speat
last winter in Alpine for the benefit of
his health, has cabled to his friends that
in his opinion and that of other physi
cians who have investigated Dr. Friedrich
Franz Friedman's alleged specific cure for
tuberculosis, the serum has no such cura
tive powers as have bean claimed, for it.
Dr. Rogers went to Berlin to take the
treatment, if it should seem to be of any
Second Sts., EI Paso, Tex.
EL PASO HERALD
MADE BY WOMEN
Texas Mother Tells of Tests
Made By Herself and
Daughter With Plant
"I have found your Plant Juice to
be a real r Godsend." Such is the state- j
ment maoe oy jits. j. js. nogcn, wag
lives at 171 Summer Street. Houston,
Texas, who has been using it for her
self and daughter. She spoke wlthjen
thuslasm. "For myself I used It for kidney and
bladder trouble. My nerves were a
wreck. My sleep was broken, and I
was in constant pain night and day
with my kidneys. Plant Juice has
stopped the pain and I am resting bet
ter and Seeling better than I have for
months: but every mother should know
what Plant Juice did for my daughter.
She is seventeen, and every mother
knows what a critical time that is in a
girl's life It Just seems we lay a
Foundation, then for a life of health
and happiness, or disease and misery.
I believe Plant Juice is a necessity for
girls and women."
For women -who suffer -with extreme
nervousness; who have blue spells and
a desire to cry, 'Who fret and worry
over small things, or whose stomach,
liver, or kidneys are deranged, there Is
nothing In the world so effective is
Plant Juice. Call at Kelly & Pollard's
and try it for yourself. Advertisement.
RADNEB WILL ,
HOLD IIS SEAT-
(Continued from page 1.)
fiom the moment it was appointed
there was no doubt of the outcome.
Bradner became secretary of the live
stock sanitary board after the ad
journment of tlte first special session
of the legislature. There is a law that
legislators canr.ft accept any office if
the salary thereof be fixed by the
As a matter nf fact the salary of the j
secretary of the sanitary board Is
fixed by the members of that body, but
many have held that Bradner forfeited
his seat in the house when be accepted
a state office.
Bradner moved the appointment of a
committee of five to investigate the
qualifications of house members. There
was no opposition. The chair appointed
Graham, Whipple, Kerr. Babbitt and
Lewis on this committee. All but Bab
bitt were with Bradner in hlB fight
for the speakership.
Brooks, of Gila, wanted a committee
of seven on elections, provided for In
the rules, appointed, instead of a spe
cial committee. He was voted down.
Employment of Children.
Whether the legislature, has the
right to employ children of school age
was a question brought up in the house
soon after that body met Monday after
noon.. The question was raised by represen
tative Dan Jones, of Maricopa, who
wrote the Arisona school law. It was
pointed out that a 16 year old boy from
Cochise county was being employed as
a page in the house. Jones said that
'the youth should be in school.
Someone suggested that no one could
go behind the actions of the legisla
ture and advocated employing the boy.
at least till the attorney general could
pass upon the point.
Then Wren, of Yavapai, asked: "Is
this legislature to disregard the laws
which it enacts?" he demanded. "I am
surprised that any member of this
house should suggest such a course of
Jones, of Maricopa; Kerr, of Yuma,
and Lynch, of Graham, were named to
put the question up to attorney gen
eral Bullard. He reported today that
no law was being violated.
Canadian a Spectator.
One of the most Interested specta
tors at the organization of the house
of representatives was John E. Wyatt,
speaker of the lawmaking body of
Prince Kdward Island, Canada. Mr.
Wyatt is spending the winter in Tuc
son for his wife's health.
In the afternoon Mr. Wyatt was In
vited fo address the house. He talked
for nearly an hour, pointing out many
radical differences between the gov
ernmental systems of rince Kdward
Island and Arisona.
"Several years ago," he said, 'we
dispensed altogether with our legis
lative council and now we have only
one bouse. The scheme Is working
very well, indeed. I cannot see where
two houses are any check on legisla
tion. "I expect to see all legislatures re
solve Into one house before many years.
The plan Is being looked on with more
and more favor throughout the world."
Little was accomplished in the senate
Monday afternoon. The senators were
not called to order till after 3 oclock.
Two memorials from the legislature
of Oregon and one from the Termont
legislature were read. The Vermont
memorial and one from Oregon asked
ccngress to pass stringent laws against
polygamy. These were referred to the
committee on constitutional amend
ments. The other Oregon memorial
asked congress for laws protecting mi
gratory game birds. It was referred to
the committee on counties and county
i affairs. j
The most noticeable feature in the
house Is the hair of "Daddy" P. a Wren.
It is about a foot long, now. But Wren
is going to' have a haircut on the 4th
.t Vor-nii when Woodrow Wilson be-
I comes president of the United States.
jupiainiiiK hub, iic jo. v"
year ago, I told a man named Grace,
who has some goats up near my mine,
that Wilson was going to be the next
president. We had quite a heated ar
gument about it, and finally I told him
T didn't intend to cut my hair till Wil
son was president. He said that if Wil
son ever became president he would
shave his head. .......
"Well. I get a hair cut on the 4 th
of March. Grace is going to get one,
too, but his will be closer than mine"
BUYS HEAVILY OF
Las Cruces, N. SL, Feb. 4. Eastern in
surance companies are investing heavily
in southwestern bonds, .Among the"
heaviest investments nude are those of
the New York Life Insurance company.
W. J. Jones, of El Paso,' -who is here
for a few days, has a communication
from the field organiser. P. D. L. Mc
Laurin, stating that the New York Life
has just bought ?500,000 New Mexico
state bonds, 4 1-2 percent, at par. This
follows the purchase of $269,000 Phoenix
sewer bonds, 5 percent, at par, and $5,-
WH loans on Phoenix real estate.
BISBEE MAY CKAWGE OLD
CEMETERY TO PLAYGROUND
Bkbee, Ariz., eh. 4. Final plans for
the removal of the old graveyard and. the
replacing of it with a children's play
ground will be taken up at the next
meeting of the citv council. It is the
plan to exhume all the bodies and remove
them to Evergreen cemetery.
The Y. M. t A. bowling team has been
organised and will ulay the first game
with Douglas, at Douglas, on February 8.
Bxchange restaurant, basement Rob-erts-Banner
Bldg.. reopens for business
Pridav. Feb. 7, under the old manage
ment, Mrs. Geo Morgan Miller. We will
arp-poiatt a fall from our old customers,
re Domestic Cuke.
Southwestern Peel Co,
EW MEXICO UW
(Continued from page 1.)
provided In the Walton bill, was advo
cated by the state bar association and
the bill has the endorsement of the at
torneys of the state. The bill would
give the commission power to compel
the attendance of witnesses. The com
mission would report to the next legis
Relating to Marriages.
State senator A. J. Evans Introduced
a bill this morning forbidding the mar
riage of Caucasians and negroes or
Mongolians in New Mexico and making
all such marriages void. The bill car
r'ce a provision that persons who leave
the state for the purpose of evading
such a law and subsequently return,
shall be subject to its provisions as
though married In the state.
To Preserve Ruins.
When the senate meets tomorrow,
state senator Isaac Barth, of Bernal
illo county, will introduce a bill that
has resulted from statewide agitation
for the preservation of the mission
ruins of the Franciscan Friars' in the
days of Spanish occupation. The bill
provides that all such ruins shall be
come the property of the state, shall
be kept in preservation by the stste and
made public parks for the benefit of
thepeopk without charge. These parks
shay be known, the bill provides, as
"Qoaral Mission Parks."
Representative Rogers Monday In
troduced a resolution ratifying the
proposed amendment to the federal
constitution, providing for election of
United States senators by direct vote
The resolution is expected to en
counter little opposition and its ulti-.
male adoption by both houses is con
ceded. The senate voted down the Carter
anti-lobbying bill, which had already
passed the house.
Speaker Baca introduced , two bills.
carrying an appropriation of $40,660
each, for displays by New Mexico at
the San Diego and San Francisco ex
An anti-prizefight bill, the second of
the session, was introduced by repre
To' Redace Office Terms.
A bill has been Introduced In the
state senate to change the constitu
tional limit of the terms of county
officials by reducing it from four to
The sta'e game warden's office will
introduce three bills this coming week
providing for legislation for this de
partment. The first would provide for the re
turning to the game protection fund c
the sum of $7000 which the first legisla
ture appropriated to pay salaries.
The second would provide for a state
fish hatchery, to be built with the re
funded $7000 above referred to and
funds now on hand.
Changing State Game lawn .
The third makes a number of changes
in the existing game laws of the
state. Among the changes which
would be brought into being by the
new law would be a provision for
a gun license instead of a hunting
license. Several changes are also pro
posed in the open seasons for game.
Deer under the proposed law oould only
be shot during a period of IS days in
stead of 45 days as at present. The
.wild turkey season would be shortened
one whole month, or rrom ov. lo to
Dec 31. instead of from Nov. 1 to Jan.
It as at present. TJie quail season
would also be shortened 45 days of
what it is now.
These recommendations are trying to
be made law because It realized .that
New Mexico has some of the liest
hunting left in the United States, and
K is aopea- to preserve ltor years W
John Baron Burg offered a bill yes
terday providing that the police
powers of the state shall only be used
to preserve the public peace and pre
vent and quell public disturbance; also
providing that where commissions are
issued to any person by the sheriff of
any county, or the mayor of any city,
such persons shall receive the regular
pay and shall only be paid from the
funds provided by law for that pur
pose by that branch of the state, county
or municipal government issuing such
commissions, except as specially pro
vided; also prohioitinT intimidation by
deputy sheriffs, special deputies, mar
shal or policemen, against persons who
desire to organise into labor organisa
tions; also to provide penalties for the
violation of this act.
Xew Illlls Introduced.
The following bills were presented:
Christman. prohibition; Lucero, for
Australian ballot; Carter, stating quali
fications necessary for admission to
bar; Cordova, providing for a road be
tween Moro and Taos and the necessary
appropriations; Baca, providing for a
general exhibit of the resources of New
Mexico at the San Diego exposition;
Llewellyn, to prevent accidents to
passengers on railroads; Baca, for
building new roads; Cassadoros, re
lating to prisoners under sentence and
la county jails and providing parole
for same; Llewellyn, giving commis
sioners of public tends authority to em
ploy certain assistants: Young, regard
ing the handling or giving away of'in
jurlous drugs or medicines; Tulley, for
revision, printing, binding and index
ing statutes of New Mexico; Vargas, to
reconstruct the Spanish-American nor
mal school at El Rito.
This school was burned some time
ago and the trustees received $10,000
Insurance. Several bills have been in
troduced providing for the erection of
the school at other points, but as It
is a state institution it is claimed that
according to the constitution it cannot
Weald Spray Bees.
Mullins offered a bill to provide for
the spraying of bees to protect them
from certain Insects.
The committee on railroads recom
mended the passage of the f ullcrew bill
and it was made the special order for
Wednesday at S oclock.
The committee reported adversely on
bill No. SS and recommended the pas
sage of a substitute. House bill No. 3
was read the third time and when it
came up for passage provoked consid
erable discussion. Certain amendments
were adooted and it finally passed IS
1 . !..!. J-l-1.1 V.I11 h1
passed the senate and is now in posses:
slon of the house.
District Officers' Salaries.
The finance committee has agreed
upon the text of what will be known as
the district attorney salary bill, and
it will be presented to the house at
The bill provides that the salaries
shall be as follows: First district, $4000
per annum; the second district, the
same; third and fourth districts. $4250;
fifth and eighth districts. $4660; sixth
district $2750; seventh district, $3750.
The traveling expenses shall be paid by
the counties on whose behalf they are
incurred. Each county shall pay its
pro rata of exnense of stationery. -No
allowance for assistants is made.
The several counties in the state will
contribute to the payment of the sala
ries as follows: District one. Santa Pe.
$1759; San Juan. $650; Rio Arriba. $660;
district two, Bernalillo. $2000; McKin
ley, $600; Sandoval. $400. distirct three.
Dona An.i S1900- Torrance. S500: Lin
coln, $750. Otero. $800, district four,
San Miguel. $17i0; Guadalupe, $966;
Mora. $600; fifth district, Chaves,
$1250; Eddy, $1040; Curry, $750; Roose
velt, $500; sixth district. Grant. $560;
seventh district. Sierra, $500, Socorro,
$1250; Valencia. $1000: eighth district,
Colfax, S150, Quay, $S50; Taos, $250;
Another provision that will be added
to the bill will be that the- state pay to
each of the several iistricts as salary
of the district attorney, J10CO.
Iletrl Pas Del Xortc.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Ivorte is open until mid
night. Meals Sincd a la carte excel
lent sen .o
I se Domestic Coke.
Soutl.Wisti.rn JPuil Co.
10 JUIITIFl PARK
Succeed in Having Electric
light in It; Will Plant
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:36 '
oclock every afternoon, exeept Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office (the Postofflce News
stand) at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements
can be made with Dessauer Broi. at
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Mail subscribers In the Mestlla
valley can get The Herald from the
nostofflce box Immediately after the
auto arrives. Items for the Las
Cruces department will be given
careful attention if mailed to Mrs.
Herbert Yeo. P. O. Box 402. or tele
phoned to her at Phone 271
Las Craces, N. M.. Feb. 4. .The mem
bers of the Women's Improvement as
sociation have succeeded in getrrag the
town council to promise to put an arc
light In the park. This has been greatly
needed for many years. The park is
kept up by the efforts of this associa
tion and has been for many years. The
members of the society now number
18 active members together with a
large number of passive ones. The
regular monthly meeting was held at
the home of Mrs. Frank Islas on Main
street Mrs. Henry Stoes has been ap
pointed chairman of the park commit
tee and will personally oversee the
planting of various kinds of flowers,
mostly roses. In the park this sprlnff.
This association Is federated and is
one of the most active clubs for olvic
improvement in the Southwest Quite
a number of new members have been
secured to take the place of others who
have moved away.
The funeral of Stonewall Jackson
Clark, who died Sunday afternoon, was
held at 2:M yesterday afternoon at
his late home south of Las Cruces.
He was about 46 years of age and
leaves a wife and four children. The
eldest son, a young man. works in El
Paso. Mr. Clark and family came here
five years ago from Pary. Miss. The
interment was at this place.
Give Surprise Party.
The Christian Bhdeavor of the Pres
byterian church went in a body to the
home of Dallas Reeves on Point street
last evening, working a surprise on tb
entire family. They recently moved
into their new house and It was this
that prompted the young people to
give them a surprise. Vocal and In
strumental music were features of en
tertainment Making taffy added much
to the merriment of the occasion.
R. L. Faulkner Is home from Albu
querque where he spent a month as
United States juror.
Miss Fern Reeves is substituting In
the North Ward school for Miss Edna
Valdorn. who Is confined to her room
on account of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. William Jacoby are
visiting friends in Mexico.
E. C wade jr., ana wue, are re
joicing over the arrival of a young
daughter at their home on the Ala
meda yesterday afternoon.
John L. Davis, of El Paso, visited hia
brother. Dr. Jeff Davis, at Mesllla
Born, to Mrs. N. C. Smith, of Cutter.
n.l.A l.aa hium 1,aa fl MRTiIa flf WAe8
at Ihto horn of Miss Islas. en Main
street a son.
L. R. Rhule- Is seriously Hl'-af-Ma
home near town.
"''Mr.' Chapman, Inspector general of
. UU AOIgUUS tuyuus VI. iw omc w
.Nw jaexico, wiu. na.i uw uruvco
cofimandery Wednesday night
titbert Roberts, after a day spent at
this home of A. B. Fall m El- Paso,
returned home yesterday and was ac
companied by Mrs. Carrie Fall Ever
hart, and her sister. Miss Jouet FalL
who spent the day with Mr. Roberts
and his mother at their home on Main
street The Fall family leaves for
Washington. D. C, Thursday. Mrs.
Everhart will accompany them as far
as Philadelphia, and afer a brief visit
with her husband's people, will return
to her home at Pueblo, Colo.
Child Is Sealded.
The small daughter of engineer
Hough, -of the reclamation service, was
badly, but not fatally scalded by wa
ter from boiling clothes, boiling over
A tennis club has been organised
among the pupils of Central school
and a tennis court will be prepared
at the left hand side of the Central
Miss' Floy E. French has sold her 28
acre ranch west bf town to James .
Bump, who with his family, came here
recently from Amarillo, Texas.
A party was given by Mrs. Day at her
home on Griggs street in honor of her
daughter. Miss Grace's ninth birthday
anniversary. The following were pres
ent: Misses Sue. Thompson, Ruth Shel
don, Rosalie Frenger, Marlon Faulk
ner, Ruth Kelly, Margaret Broaddus,
Adilee Beckworth. Katerine HbK. Ger
aldine Roualt Unice McClure, Lois Cor
nell, Annie Lloyd, Abbie Isles, Bon
nie Cox, Lucy Cox. Laura Louise Fren
ger, Maude Smith, Bessie Kimble; Mes
d antes Young, Faulkner. May, Frenger,
Patty and troes.
IS BEST YET GIVEN.
Freshman-Sophomore Debate "Will Be
Held at State College on Feb. S2.
Teams Are Selected.
' State College, N. M.. Feb. 4. It Is the
general opinion among the 269 persons
who attended the Junior promenade
that It was the most successful one
ever given here. No effort was spared
by the junior class to make the affair
a success. The decorations were all in
maroon and old geld, the class colors,
and were carried out in the electric
lights, as welT as in the refreshments.
The class presMeat. Kenneth Ogilvle.
and Miss Lena Smith, led the march,
which was carried out In the form of
the class numerals "1914. The boys
of the class who are taking electrical
engineering are responsible for the
elaborate arrangement of the lights.
The guests were served In the refresh
ment rooms down stairs by members of
the preparatory domestic science
Mr. end Mrs. Garrison, father and
mother of Dr. W. E. Garrison, are
spending a few weeks at the Garrison
home. Mesilla Park.
Rupert Stewart is in New Orleans
witnessing the Mardi Gras.
Open house at the boys' dormitory
has been postponed.
Miss Bstelle Collord has returned to
Bl Paso after a few days' visit with
friends at the college.
E. L. Redding spent a few days vis
iting his sister. Gladys, returning to
l-is home at Santa Rita Sunday.
H. D. Bowman has returned from
Washington. D. C.
The Freshman-Sophomore debate will
ed Dy JUSS maiBurei naines.
I Leonard Thomas was elected captain
AT Ufl nvuail tcttlii. ana Wm Ifnnn
f the track team. Much interest is be
lug taken in the spring athletics and
alot of good material is to be had,
both for baseball aid track work.
Oames will probably be played with the
B. P. M I and the R P. a & of El
Paso. School of Mines at Socorro and
possibly the N. M M I. of Roswell. As
vet the schedule has not leen com
pleted, and it may include sferal other
crimes. Many of the mm who helped
win the federation meet here last
spring are oaos: obi year, ana any
number of new fellows are out. The
federation meet will be held at Al
lpi'iutrque this year, th oi-tostants
pfiiipr the N w Moii o uim o: MtN , Ari
norn unhirit the nurrrnl iiio!: an
1'it. Ifrtshui.iu-Sophip.ore dibu.. w.ll
tO lbs. Jancy Mexican rt - rf
50 lbs. lYmey Diamond rt -9 CH
M Floor pI.OU
100 lbs. Fancy -j Cf
15 lbs. Fancy Potatoes OC
3 lbs. Elgin Creamery (1 ff
Butter for .pJ..UU
1 do. Strictly Freeh Eggs, QP
3 lbs. Extra Fancy Head QE
Riee for 60C
5 lbs. Good Broken Kee f)P
Plain Hams, 1Q-
per lb 1J7C
3 Faney Large Mackerel O C
Phones 2424, 2405
hold Its contest Feb. 22. The Freshmen
will be represented by Clarence Thomas.
Burton Flte and Mohler Temple; the
Sophmores by Jack Maynard. Laarens
Wedell and BusseU Hank.
The question to De oiscuawa i.
'"Should immigration to the U. S. be i
rurtner rwmsicu. o.
big events of the college year, and the
winners will place their numerals on
the silver cup which was given by the
class of 1910 to stimulate debating in
the institution. -
Wm. Lomax, who, as captain of the
Roswell football team, hirtped defeat
the Aggies here last fan. has entered
school here. ....
A musical program Is to be given by
the Girls Glee dub March 15. Several
of the numbers are to be given In spe
cial costume. The Boys' Glee club Is
also preparing a program to be "given
in the spring.
Bishop Mann was guest of honor at
the choir boys reception given In the
Parish house by Rev. Lewis.
Fred Newton, formerly a student
here, is visiting his mother. Mrs. W. S.
Gilliam. Mr. Newton has a position in
The commercial department has re
ceived a shipment of 27 typewriters.
There are now 53 students taking type
writing In the commercial department
Miss Ada HoaglancL a member of the
senior class, took charge of the cook
, Ing classes during Miss Miller's ab
sence with the demonstration train.
- PLANNED AT BERING
Berlno N. M, Feb. 4. The stockhold
ers of the Three Saints ditch held a
meeting at the C N. Gibson ranch to
decide on river protection work. The
state engineers will estimate the cost
of the work and will put up half- of
i taa money required, wnue we
I- i.JSr . vfe '- lMlr 4Us -EErXr'lr
1 !. U wc n-..nip i -. J'
will be one unaer 130. supervision 01
the state engineers.
, The wat(ar has been turned from the
river into the main ditch, and h run
ning as far' as the Berlno waste; T
S. G. KJlgore-has been made notary
public, to take acrjuoicauon 01 wsier
Mesquite station presented quite a
busy aeene for some time, there being
18 cars on the Siding, all being leaded
with alfalfa and wood.
A road crew consisting of men and
teams, under the supervision of L.
Stopp. of Braaito, was grading the
ronirui TOosl tintil KtoDned hv the Santa
Fe railway, on account of the road,
crossing railroad property.
Herbert Teo, Clyde Walters and w.
B. cSrapbell. of the reclamation camp
at Brasito. have returned from a trip
to Las Cruces. and B. W. Brown has
been in Bl Paso.
Dr. de-Sen, an artist of Dallas, Tex.,
is traveling through the country in
quest of health and at the same time
is sketching and hunting. He has -a
pack outfit of burros, which carry
everything In his camp outfit and
arttsfs tools. He has visited the Pecos
valley up to Santa Fe, following the
river down this far. This Mesilla val
ley, with the winding Rio Grande,
broad fields and mountains as a back
ground, has taken his fancy. While
here Dr. de Sen is staying at the Moss
The women of the Methodist church
here are planning an entertainment for
J. a McNary, J. C Rtebaberger and
Hardls Snyman -attended the barbecue
Ansel Gardner has returned to state
college, after a few days spent with
his mother. Mrs. K V. Gardner.
W. A. Momman has made a trip to
Naco. Aria, In company with his
brother, B. O. Mossman. of Kansas
City, Mo. ,. .
, o A vn. r 13 Stirtr -T W
Baker. O. B. Woods, C. L. Carpenter and 4
W. -. JtCMary nave neen vuuwra w
A;vni iaaa crftlna, tn HI PftilA Mm
been: " Mr. and Mrs. .Casfc Price and-
children. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snyman.
J. L. Thompson. M. P. Gibson, Brneet
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Rawlings and
guests. Misses Street and Jones, motored
up the valley.
TWO WATER APPLICATIONS
ARE FlCBD FROM DEMTWG
Santa Fe, N. M, Feb. 4. Water ap
plications nave been filed is the state
engineer's office by the following:
Helen R. Heath, of Domino-, to appro
priate 20 second feet from the 3-C draw,
to irrigate iw acres dt airecs w-nsmon.
James F. Hamilton, of Deming, to ap- ;
oropnate 6.S second feet from baaaier
draw to irrigate 40 aerss by direst di
version. ALDERETE AND RANGEL FINED.
Ike Aldereie and his chautfeur. B. Ran
ge!, were each fined $5 by judge Adrian
Pool, or the corporation couri, "j
afternoon on a charge of disturbing the ;
peace. PoMeeman Claude Smith and Dan
Thompson, who arrested the defendants, .
testified that both attempted to raise '
a dispute with employes of a restaurant .
on ban Antonio street. mJ
"GET IN " ON THIS
Here's a splendid hint for you,
SICKLY FOLKS one that has
been successfully tested by thou
when the appetite is poor, diges
tion bad. bowels dogged, or yon
hav? coW and grippe. Try it
3 lbs. Niee Prunes OEyr
3 lbs. Fancy Cooking ftg
Figs for muC
3 lbs. Fancy Cooking OC
Raisins for OC
5 lbs. Fancy Braporated OP
Peaches for tiJS
3 lbs. Fancy Evaporated OP
Apples for tJ
6 lbs. Fancy Cooking OP.
Anvles for dJ
3 cans Fancy Tomatoes OP
3 cans Fancy Sweet Corn O E
3 cans Fancy String Beans OP
I pkgs. 0t Meal 2Sc
3 cans Green Chili J g
3 cans Van Oamp'a Pork OP
and Beans for mwC
109-11 S. Stanton St
No. L Suffered
NDW I BAGO.
tion of Lungs.
No. 3. Suffered
No. 4. Suffered
If yon have a
cold CTRE IT
grow, before serious
results set in. Kidney
isy, are all persuaded
on by bad colds. The'
iattle Doctor. "Mac
Cerate will absolute
ly relieve you at
once. It will do
evervthine for vou
that the mustard plaster will, without
irritating or harming the skin. WILL
NBVER BLISTBB, Mac Laren's Mus
tard Cerate Is for sale at all good
druggists in. jars 3Sc. and 5ftc Write
today for SAmPLB to Mac Larec Drug
Co.. Cleveland, Ohio, or Los Angeles,
PREACHES 21 SERMONS IN
21 CONSECUTIVE HOURS
New York; N. Y- Feb. 4. The Bev.
Dr. .William Hamilton, pastor of the
South, Third Street Methodist church.
WTUJamsbnrg, rested after having
preached SI sermons in- 21 consecutive
hours, beginning at midnight -Saturday
and ending at 9 oclock Sunday night.
Each sermon was from a different text,
and each required 40 to 45 minutes for
Dr. HamDtoB's voice was a bit hoarse,
but he said it would be fit by next Sun
day and he wdsld express to his eoa
gregatios his appreciation of a gain of
S2 members of hk charefe by reason of
DALHART HOME ROBBED
WHILE FAMILY IS AWAY
Dalhart, Tex., Feb. 4. The home of
R. D. Gambill was burglarized while the
inmates were away for dinner. Mr. Gam
iB and his familv were away only 46
minutes, and when thev returned the
house had been ransacked and a number
of articles were missing, valued at about
Jim Sharp, of Stratford. 30 miles north
of this place, indicted by the grand jury
of Sherman county on the charge of
criminally assaulting a young girl in
thai cenv-nimity, was tried and found
guJHrv, the njtrv imposing a sentence of
50 years in the penitentiary. Th ease
will be appealed.
Use "Domestic Coke.
Sonthifestern Fuel Co.
I For Mayor
and offers a sack of Estaucia
Valley Spuds for every vote. He
also guarantees the hold-up men
that they won't be bothered, and
can give references as to bis
ability to protect them from in
terference from the Citizens
League, which the present offi
cers cannot do. He may raise
the price of Totes to a sack of
those famous Beans before elec
tion is over.
J I PHONE 5162.
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