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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, May 1, 1913
rOU can meet no man
A -urill anirrr oftw-wvn
mark Shirts. And you will have paid less
than you have ever paid for equal value.
Guaranteed absolutely color fast sun or tub power
less to even slightly fade any Hallmark shade or color.
$1, $1.50 and ap Ht&erdcahm Eecryveher -.VTSrtj
And don't postpone adopting the collars with the little back
WHOLE SIDE OP FACE
Blisters Broke. Would Inflame, Itch
and Burn. Terrible Sores. Had
to Keep Hands Pinned in Towel.
Used Cutkura Soap and Oint
ment. Face Entirely Well.
West Point. Miss. "When ay hHths boy
m three month eld a Bute blister came oa
lis face oa the right ride. wsentae busters
broke they would, inflame
sad itch and barn until be
scratched it so Kid that be
made terrible sdres and I bad
to keep bis hands pissed
down hi a towel so be could
set raise them at aR. Each
day It became worse. He
bad a terrible case of eczema
and bad set been abie to
sleep at all be suffered so
"Wo fried two treatments
asd both failed to cure it.
By this time H bad covered the whole tide
of bU lace, causing disfigurement and had
eaten out t -a whole side so deep I could lay
a pencil in it. I saw Cuticara Soap and
Ointment advertised so highly we began tee
treatment and it began to get well right
straight and stopped spreading. Iusedtbe
CuUcura Soap to bathe bim once a day and
the CuUcura Ointment about three times
a day. In about one month bis little face
was entirely weS and be baa not been both
ered any more with, it." (Signed) Mrs.
Speoce Murphy, Mar. 10, 1812.
Cuticnra Soap 25c. and Cutteara Ointment
60c. are sold everywhere. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, wkh.32-p.Skin Book. Ad
drees post-card "Cuticura.Dept.T, Boston."
.syTeoder-faced men should use Cuttoora
Soap Sharing Stick, 26c. Sample free.
213 H. STANTON ST.
Bell Phone 136.
Gives your Boy c start.
Phone 1 147. J. P. MuIIa. Pw.
H Excursions to West Yeleta, H
H Sunday, May 4th. Get tickets
K sow at our office, as only a iH
H limited number will be given jHj
K out. jH
I TOBIN I
whose slilrtwear you
katTY CAlArtH VftllT Hall-
which makes you marvel how you endured
so long the daily tie-gripping, tie-ripping,
fuss and muss of non-slide collars.
All best styles highest quality and finish.
ISc; 2 for 25c
HALL, HARTWELL & CO. Troy, N. Y.
Transmission Line to Miesse
Tract Constructed; Cool
ing Tower Rebuilt.
a is. m.. May I. tb ueminK
lee and Klectric company has now a
large construction force in the neia
I ana Is pushing the work of building a
I transmission line to the Miesse tract.
' 14 miles enft The first two diva of
! this week seven miles of No. 2 copper
wire was built for carrying 22.00
volts. The construction camp win
move to the Miesse tract next week.
The company Is also rebuilding Hs
cooling tower, instating new boilers and
stokers, and getting ready for the heavy
Antone ivacin, lately irom jnaianapo-
-it.. T.l 1. - ......,. 4A a.ot..u nf Taw r
W. EouKs $50r ac. Mr. Kacin Mrs. Jasper WooldrWge Is i enter
wlll commence the immediate develop- ! talnlng very Informally this afternoon.
nwnt of thi tract I
To Have Movable Camp.
J. M. McTeer, superintendent of the
work on the tract of the Alfalfa Farms
company, states that he is having built
a movable camp, consisting of six build
ings, each lx24, comprising a commis
sary, dining room ana Kitcnen, ana lour
bunk houses. These buildings are so
constructed that eacn one can oe
dragged on runners by four mules. The
development is being done in units of
2000 acres, and as soon as one unit is
completed the camp will be moved to
the center of the next Unit to be de
veloped, and so on.
Frank Barret has purchased 126 acres
of land from H. E. Coble, four miles
! south of town, consideration $4S00.
Mrs. G. J. Laughren and daughter.
j Katherine. have returned from several
i months' visit in Wisconsin.
Lester L Joy. a graduate of the Kan
sas Agricultural college, of Manhattan.
Kas.. has been employed by the Little
Vineyards company to take charge of
1 its dairy. Mr. Joy is an expert dalry-
! man and butter maker.
FeBrih Weil Acarly Ready.
The fourth irrigation well of the Lit
tle Vineyards company is nearing com
pletion. It is down 141 feet deep, 22
inches in diameter, having encountered
sDlendid water bearing material. A
No. S pumn. capacity 1500 gallons per
minute, will be installed next week.
The standpioe at the headquarters of
the Little Vineyards company is Just
.hnnl rnmnlfln) It holds 30.000 gal-
Ions of water, and taken together with
tne tnree cemeni anuMiig puum m ic
corrals, gives the headquarters a stor
age capacity of 40.000 gallons. The
company has just completed seeding 1
acres to alfalfa, using oats as a nurse
crop. One hundred and twenty-five
more acres will be seeded In the next
Sampson Llndauer Merle Rounds and
A. A. Temke returned today from a
three days' trip by automobile to HIlls-t-oro
Thev report the roads In that dl
recti'or In txo-IIent condition, except in
very few instances.
E. D- Sommers. of Colorado Springs,
Colo., is in Demlng for a few days on
R. L Miller has Just purchased the
C L. Beard place, two and a half miles
south of Demlng. consisting of ISO
acres, consideration, $12,000.
El Pasoans Away
Major W. J. Fewell will leave Sat
urday for Leeton, Mp., for a visit with
9fr & &
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Nations left on the
Golden State Limited Wednesday for
Washington, D. C
Miss Estelle Wolf left today for St.
Louis, where she was ealled by the
serious illness of a nice. Miss Wolf
will be away Indefinitely.
Mrs. George L. Kessler will leave El
Paso soon to make her future home In
Salt Lake City, Utah.
. gKlW OT BEAUTY IS A JOY FORCVEW
Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
BR m&CkL BEAUTrflER
RamoTei Tin, Pimplsi,
Freckle. Moth Pteh,
Rub aad Bkln Diieucs,
ftixl crtxy blemttb on
be&atj, and dea de
tection. It has stood
the teit of 66 raara, and
U bo hanalei t votaite
it to be fire It ii pro
perl? made. Accept no
counterfeit of tuailar
name. Dr. ! A. sr re
aaid to a lady of the
hagttoa (a patient):
Aa yoa ladlee lrill nee
mem, j recommeso
utbeleattbansfalof all the ft in preparation.'
At Drmrntj and Department to-ei
Mrs. George Crombie and Mrs. J. I.
Campbell are entertaining- the women
of the First Presbyterian church and
friends this afternoon with a "silver
tea" at the home of Mrs. Crombie, 916
Mrs. Will R. Howell Is entertaining
the missionary, society of the Alt a
Vista Methodist church this afternoon,
The Bpworth league of . the First
Methodist Episcopal church will hold a
supper in the church at 6:30 on Friday
evening. An election of officers of the
League for the ensuing year will be
held and a social hour will be spent
on the lawn of the church.
"Mothers Day" will be observed on
May 11. The services will be In the
different churches of the city.
The members of section S. of the Aid
society of the First Methodist church,
will entertain tonight at the home of
Mrs. G. N. Thomas in honor of Misses
Eleanor cloud and Nellie Robinson, who
are leaving the city.
Because the new organ in the First
Christian church will not be Installed
until next week, the oratorio announced
for Monday of next week, will not be
held until May 12. and the special ser
vices attending the instalation of the
new organ will be held on May 11.
The Mizpah class of the Grandview
Bapist Sunday school held a social at
the home of M.iss Myrtle Gandy on
Tuesday evening. There were about
16 present. The house was decorated
in yellow and green. The program in
cluded dialogues, recitations and in
strumental and Tocal music. The
committee In charge was Miss Cora
MeCormlck. Miss Myrtle Gandy and Mr.
Y. W. C. A. Notes
The old time custom of celebrating
the coming of spring with Folk dances
on the village green will be revived
rv4he Junior clubs of the Y. W. C. A
in honor of "tag day." On Saturday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock they will give
a program of Folk-dances and camp
fire songs in Cleveland Square.
Two divisions of the "Arenal" camp
fire held their first outdoor "Council
Fire" about an open fire on the high
mesa back of Government Hill, Tues
day evening. Honors in Home-craft
and Health-craft were awarded many
of the girls and one new member was
admitted to the camp-fire. A picnic
supper was served, and, after the
council fire meeting, stories were told
and songs were sung around the camp
The first of a series of monthly
meetings was held at the Catholic Ath
letic association club Wednesday night.
Gymnastic drills were given by a class
of 30 young girls and a class of 50
boys, following which there was danc
ing. Reports of the-various committees
wf re made. . .
The tennis court is In good condition
and ibe players re now out playing t
daily. TBtie lawyers are using the i
groVtds at tne ciud to practice iur i
their baseball game to be played with
the doctors at Washington park on
luesday next. .
About Ei Pasoans
Nellie. Davis, the 10 year old daugh
ter of Mrs. S. L. Davis of 411 East
Franklin street is confined to her
home with a severe attack of rheu
matism. jt jt y
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Kayser are
rejoicing over th arrival of a son en
April 30. The little fellow will be
named Edgar Kayser, jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Jameson
have moved into Palms court.
Born. May 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man M. Walker. 514 Corte street. Nor
man M. Walker. Jr., weight 10 pounds:
lungs fully developed.
Observations taken at 6 a.m.. seTentr-ftfttt rae
rldlan time. Air pressure Teduced to sts lerel.
Isobars (continaou llnoj) pass throazh points
of equal air pressure. lsoTscaas (dotted lines)
pass throurh points of equal tempfrratsre; drawn
only for rero. freazias, 90, and 100.
O dear; Q partly demdy; ckmdn
rain; snow; report nWnr.
Arrows fly with, the wind. Flnt flanrea, tamper
ature: secead. preciplutton of .& inoh or more
for past 24 boms: third. TnaTlmrrrH wind Toloe-
ITS EL PASO OFFICE
The Federal Wireless company,
which has been operating the wireless
station here for more than a year, has
closed its downtown office and has an
nounced that no more business will be
done through El Paso. The reason
given is that because of the static
waves during the summer, the station
will be closed indefinitely until the
power is Increased.
One man will be left in charge ?
the station here for experimental pur
poses, but no business will be done
through the EI Paso station. The Fed
eral company "will confine its work to
the Pacific coast for the present.
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TVa f I -OtA -sr "- - " II
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 200, day;
and SIS. night
SOCIAL CAXBNDAR. J?
Section 5 of Ad society of the
First Methodist church enter-
tains at the home of Mrs. G. N.
The Kl Paso Social club enter-
tains with a dance at the Toltec
The Catholic Athletic associ-
ation wUl KiTe a dance under
the auspices of the Daughters
of Krin. ,
Mrs. S. J. Fennell entertains
informally. . ,,
Mrs. C. I. Worden entertairts
the Mesa division of the First -fr
Presbyterian church. .
Miss Dora Hart's class of the
First Presbyterian Sunday
school is entertained at supper
at the Hotel Paso del Norte.
Mrs. R. B. Homan entertains
with a Japanese sewing party.
Mrs. D. Baker Smith enter-
tains at bridge.
Typical Of the Season's Hats
The hat shown in the side view is
one of the smartest shapes of the sea
son, and is made of gilded hemp.
Around the edge is a black velvet cov-
ered wire and the fringed ribbon need
to trim it Is black on, one side, are
otner siae Deing onmani geranium n.
The feather trimmed hat has a brim
of mustard colored straw, with a fancy
trimming made of pink roses and a
black and bronze green feather. The
crown is made in sections cut from
El Pasoans Returning
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Farrar
will arrive in EI Paso In a short
time. Thev hare returned to San
Francisco from Honolulu, where they (
spent their honeymoon. i
CapL James M. Burroughs, Second
cavalry, has returned to Fort Bliss to
serve as judge advocate of a general
rourtmartlal called to meet at the
post shortly. Capt Burroughs was en
route to Shatter. Tex, with his troop.
whei be was called back from Marfa.
Mrs. Percy McGhee. sr has returned
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
James Porter, of Houston.
U. S. Xtepartmejit
i f jt a A e V
EI Paso and vicinity Unsettled t
Btcht and Friday.
New Mexico Generally fair, except
local rain north portion tonight or Fri
day; colder Friday and north porttoft
West Texas Unsettled tonight and
Friday; showers in .north portion to
night or Friday; colder in north por
MBXICAN SOCIETY TO
HOLD CKLHIIRATION" SOON
The 14th anniversary of the found
ing of the "La Constructora," a Mex
ican society, will be celebrated on the
night of May 4, at the home of Its
president, Roman Gomez, Seventh and
Stanton. The anniversary fell on April
22. but on account of the members be
ing unable to secure quarters, the
celebration was postponed until the
latter date. A program onsistlng of
music speech making and dancing has
been arranged for the occasion. The
serving of refreshments will conclude
the night's entertainment
The society has a membership of
about 300. Its officers are: Ramon Go
mez, president. Manuel Ramos, vice
piesident. Jesus Tarango, secretary.
The Wednesday Bridge Whist club
was entertained on Wednesday by
Mrs. J. I. Hushes. The prizes were
won by, Mrs. J. B. Watson and Mrs.
Fred JVoodworth. The decorations
and refreshments were carried out in
green and white. Mrs. Horace W.
Broaddus will be the next hostess of
4 . .gf.
Mrs. D. Baker Smith, of 1401 Arizona
street, will entertain on Friday after
noon with eight tables of bridge.
Mrs. F. W. Berkshire is entertaining
this afternoon atbrMge at her home,
1540 Upson avenue.
Miss Byra Abbott is entertaining the
Silent Twelve club this afternoon,
fr $fr 3fr
Mrs. D. C. Huntington will entertain
the "500" club on Friday afternoon.
Mrs. R, J. Carson is entertaining the
Fortnightly club this afternoon at her
Oat Of Town Visitors
Mrs. J. F. Lohman. who has been
visiting Mrs. J. M. Burroughs, returned
today to her home in Las Cruces, N. M.
Mrs. M. W. Sims, of Bryan. Texas, is
the guest of Mrs. J. F. Williams. Mrs.
Sims Is on her way from Los Angeles,
where she has-been visiting her niece.
Mrs. L. Ely.
James Rankin has returned to Doug
las. Ariz., -after attending the wedding
of his sister. Miss Marlorle Rankin, to
' George Gould, and visiting his mother.
Mrs. Mary Rankin. -,
Mrs. Charles Hyman. of Kalamaaoo.
Mich formerly Miss eJuliet Schutz, of
this citv. Is visiting in the city, the
guest of Mrs. Charles Arthur Hirsch
and' Miss Rose Hell. Mrs. Charles Hy
man and little daughter have been vis
iting Mrs. Hvman's mother. Mrs. Ivan
Hdfeld, of Clifton. Aria,, for several
The contest for the 1013 scholarships
given by the University Scholarship
club closed yesterday at S p. m. Miss
Isabelle Valentine and Angier Foster
were the two successful candidates.
The final ballots counted gave:
Isabelle Valentine 174
Lillian Lockwood 112
Greta Palmer 50
Votes cast in girls' division 336
Angler Foster 117
George Johnston 40
Votes cast in boys' division 157
All the candidates are graduates ot
the class of 11S of the HI Paso high
school. They all rank high In scholar
ship, the club requiring an average of
SO of all candidates competing in the
Dinners and Luncheons
Hugh McLain was the host of a
dinner on Tuesday night. His guests
were Mesdames J. F. Lohman. R. D.
Sinks, A. H. Davidson and James M.
Burroughs, and Capts. C B. Smltn and
A. H. Davidson.
Mrs. O. Place entertained at lunch
eon at Hotel Paso del Norte on Tues
day. Her guests were Meadaraes A. H.
Davidson. J. F. Lohman and J. M. Bur
roughs.' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Williams will
entertain on Sunday with a family din
ner at their home, 323 West Rio Grande
The last Parent-Teachers' meeting of
the year of the Bailey school will be
held at the school on Fidday afternoon
at 3:15 oclock. An Informal discussion
on the "Curfew" law will be held.
We serve a special lancheon for busl
nes men in our grill- room from
11:30 a, m. to 2 p. m. for 50 cents.
Your patronage wHl be appreciated.
Paso del Xerte Hotel Company.
1 Paso Readings.
6 a.m. Sp-m.
Barometer isea kvel) 29.78
Dew point 13
Relative humidity 1
Direction of wind -. . . W.
Velocity of wind .
State of weather Clear.
Rainfall last 24 howrs
Highest temp, last 4 hre.. S4
Lowest temp, laat IX hrs.. M
Height of river this morunr
fixed zero mark. 12.3 feet.
Fall in last
24 hours, 0 3 foot.
W 2 II
tot? wrvMF. TONETOSCOPE
For Motioa Pfcttre. in the Home As Perfect and Tjr te Life as Those
y0n See in the Beat Picture Shows.
SAFE AND SIMPLE.
A CHILD CAK OPERATE IT. SOLD OH EASY TERMS.
W. G. Walz Company
i i.i - .
CRYSTAL WELL WATER
The Original Again on the Market Phone3448
GIRLS! GIRLS! SURELY TRY IS!
DOUBLES EM OF YOUR HI
All you need is a 25 cent bottle of "Danderine" Haar
gets lustrous, fluffy and abundant at once.
Immediate? Yes! Certain? thats
the joy of It. Your hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as
soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse.
Just try thie moisten a cloth with a
little Danderine and cv refully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. This will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil and
in Just a few moments you nave
doubled the beauty of your hair.
A delightful surprise awaits, particu
larly those who have been careless,
whose hair has been neglected or Is
that's all you need
to know about a glove
The Antiseptic porvder shakes into
I tne shoes ne standard Kcm.
edy lor the leet for a quarter
century. 30.000 testimonials, bow
Tnde-Jtark. everywhere. c sample rxse.
Address. Allen S. Oussted. LeRov.N T.
TheMaawHopetUicEEs la FEET.
The El Paso Social club will enter
tain with one of Its delightful dances
on Friday evening at the Toltec club.
Miss Myrtle Langford will entertain
on Friday night with a dance at her
home. 419 California street.
The Catholic Athletic association will
give a dance at the Knights of Colum
bus hail under the auspices of the
Daughters of Brln on Friday night.
Preparations are being made to make
this a very delightful affair.
Lodges and Clubs
There will be a meeting of the Cana
dian club on Friday night at the home
of Mrs. George Rntledge, at 1305 North.
Oregon street. There will probably be
another meeting, of the dab later In
Meatless Diet of Future
People Will EventBBlIy L,eara That
They Can Uve Without
By Bila Wheeler Wilcox
HAT Imagination can com
pass the ultimate rerine-
ent and rarlfication of the
human body? Consider the result upon
the race of continued abstinence from
meat eating, wine and rum drinking
and the elimination of the use of to
bacco and all sorts of gluttony with
universal refinement and virtue and
the legislative evolution to civil
peace and order. The body of man
will became so refined that this trans
lation into a spirit body will be as
natural aad instantaneous as the trans
lation of water into gas." William
Hemstreet. in "Electricity and the Res
urrection." Now. that the absolute facts have
been filven to a long suffering public
regarding the filth of meat as served
to all classes by the trust, it would
be an excellent opportunity to test
the efficacy of a vegeterian diet.
I am not a vegetarian, as the word
is understood, although I omit red
meat from my diet, and nave for years.
I shall become one in the course of
But I have lived at various occa
sions for eight weeks on nothing bwt
milk and a few prunes and pears and
thrived in health and strength always
on that diet.
Dyspeptic Saved by Milk.
Recently I met and talked with a
roan who was a magnificent specimen
of humanity. Six feet and feome inches
in height, weighing MO pounds, with
firm muscles and a face radiant with
health; an eve full of vigor and a com
plexion which would make many a
woman envious: this man told me that
he had lived for six years on three
quarts of milk a day.
Each quart taken slowly, in small
sips, morning, noon aad night.
He was a wreck when he began,
given up as a hopeless dyspeptic by
half a dozen specialists.
After trying all kinds of health
food in the market he was advised to
try the milk diet, and, as a result, he
is able to work 12 hours day with
out fatigue and to forget that he has
any digestive organs, so free from alt
pains of any kind or any ailments
I know a man who has not touched
any flesh, fish or fowl as food for 25
tars. living wholly upon vegetables,
frmlts. nuts, milk and eggs, and he is
( vigorous and strong in mind and body
una UtT.V XIUVOT UU UWHl a ...ac9.
All the prevailing Ideas of the food
necessary to sustain life and' to pro
mote health and stimulate the brain
will undergo a great change In the
The revelations ot tne food trust
and the exposures of the beef trust
atrocities will help the human i ace
to a higher standard.
The time will come wnen man win
scraggy, faded, dry. brittle or thta.
Besides beautifying the half. Dander
ine disoiTes every particle of dandruff",
cleanses, purifies and Invigorates the
scalp, forever stopping itching and
falling hair, bat what win please yott
most, will be after a few weeks' ns
of Danderine. when you will actually see.
new hair1 fine and downy at first
yei but really new hair growing all
over the scalp. IX you care for pretty,
soft hair, and lots of it; surely get a
2i cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderine.
from any drug store or toilet counter
and just try it. Advertisement.
When You Buy
It's sot so mrjch what yoa pay
as what yoa get If you want
the best, phone 975.
Haanah's Meat Market
206 N Stanton St
Across the street from Caliaher's
anteed, to stop and
permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is
compounded lor that
purpose and yoar money
will be promptly' refunded
if Hunt's Care fails to cure
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
Worm or any other Skin
Disease. 50c at your druggist's, or by mail'
direct if he hasn't it. Marm&etBredcolybys
A. B fiKiBAS MSMCME C&, SeWwg,Taosj
i3 IT I- A J L ft
2 year old Rose Brakes, 25c
Caraaboa PJaats, $1.00 dasL
Chrysaa&eraaBS. $1.00 doc
Texas Floral Co
KB TEXAS ST.
no sooner eat any dead anlwwl than.
Lhe would today eat a dead human be
. With the doing away of the use of
corpses for food a thousand and one'
ills from which -we now srtff er and '
which we imagine we are heir to
will vanish from the earth.
When any man is pronounced by the ;
specialist to be suffering from kidnev
trouble he is at once put on a meat
lts diet. BsBeeially is be forbidden,
the nee of beef in any form.
It is a natural supposition then that
a vegetarian diet would render the
pcssibility of the now common kidney
maladies most remote.
So, if you are unable to bay good
meat for your family do not get dis
couraged and do not imagine that star
vation faces you. or loss of strength.
Meat is a stimulant and yoa will, of
course, miss it at first, but after a
few days of abstinence you will cease
to crave the corpses of animals, and
you will benefit from the change of
diet. Copyright. 1913. by American -Journal-Examiner.
Bloom of Youth
Now Easily Attained
(From Papular Selene.)
You no longer need to "doctor" that
sallow, freckled, blackheaded. rough.
blotchy, pimply or over-red skin. 'Hou
can remove It. instead easily, pain
lessly, inexpensively. By a new scien
tific process, which anyone can use
without assistance, the dead and near
dead surface skin, with ail its imper
fections, is genUy, gradually absorbed
and a radiantly youthful and beauti
ful complexion comes forth' Go to
your druggist, get an ounce of pure
mercolized wax. at night appl enough
of this to completely cove- the fai- .
don"t rub it in Next morning: remo e
the wax with warm water The refill
after a few days is astonishing You
wonder why this secret wasn t dis
covered long asro.
Let the wrinkled folks also take hope.
Put an ounce of "powdered saxotite mt
a half pint witch hazel, bathe rhe fa"
in the solution and s. ther s
nothing that Ulso fietuilly, so
promptly, smooth out ali those hiateful
lines. You'll find this 'otion. as weli
as mercolized wa. wosks equally we'.l
on neck and hands. Advertisement