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I News Brevities
"iffllfiilll Hill IIMIIIIII mWtMfflT LOCAL AND GK.NKKAL MM
El Paoo Southwestern train Ns
3, due at 3:40 p. m., was scheduled to
arrive Tuesday at 4:55 p. m : Southern
Pacific train No. 9. due at 4:0 p m,
was scheduled to arrive at 5:!0 p. m.
Texas Pacific train No. 1. 4a at
3 -45 p m., was scheduled to arrive at
3115 p. m, and Texas St Pacific train
Ko. 25. due at 10:10 fi. m.. was sched
uled to arrive at 11:10 p. m. Ail other
afternoon and nlsht trains were re -
ported on time.
TROTTRTiE Avoid Trouble. lave
inuufluri Baafrare checks at
Lontwell s. or Telephone No. 1.
Oaaablhsa; Man Oeird.
For the first time In month the
Fiesta gamtitnc hail la J aares was
cloeed Sunday owing- to the fact that
tie concession on the place had ex
pired. Many rumors were current
Sunday se to the huge bids which are
Stop Lashing Your Boweb
with Harsh Cathartics but
Everyone must occasionally give to
the bevels some regular help or else
suffer from constipation, blllooe at
tacks, stomach disorders and sick
readnche. But do not whip in bowels
into activity with harsh cathartics.
What the liver and bowels need is
a gentle and natural tonic, one that
fin ( "ne'pntiv nc- used wjtnout harm.
The gentlest liver and bowel tonic Is
'"a" are:" Thev put the liver to
ork and cleanse the colon and
bowels of all waste, toxlne and poisons
ithout griping-. they never sicken
f - inconvenience you like Calomel,
t-aiis. Oil, or Purgatives.
Tsenty-fjve million boxes of Cas
crets are sold each year. They work
-an;ie jou p. Caaearets coat so
little too Adv.
TO TAKE ASPIRIN
see that tablets, 70a take
are msTren wren uw
To get quick relief follow carefully
the safe and proper directions In each
unbroken pack airs of "Bayer Tablets
of Aspirin." This package la plainly
r tamped with the safety "Bayer
The "Bayer Cross"' means the gen
uine, world-famous Aspirin, prescribed
by physicians for over elgl teen yeara
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" can be
taken safely for Colds, Headache,
Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Lum
bago. Rheumatism. Joint Paine. Neu
r.tls and Pain generally.
Handy, tin boxes of It tablets coat
I,- . ! - en:. HrUTelsts a' so se'
larger "Bayer packages. Aspirin is
the tncie mark of Bayer Manufacture
of Monoaceticacloester of Sallcy lie
betnr laid down for the concession,
but none were confirms
Br. Kbert. Dentist, 118 Mills Bide
Rest Room At V. M. C X.
El Paso is to have a "rest room" in
connection with the Y. M. C A. here
and during the coming- week a woman
will be employed in the room as sec
, who rLsit there. S. J. Brient. gen
eral secretary of the Y." has received
a telegram from New York headquar
ters statins that -Mhw SU1 has left
New Tofk for Bl Paso." The woman
should arrive here within the present
week to assume her duties.
Dr. R. C Lee. Internal medietas and
ohatetrlee: returned from service. 4 IS
Martin Bids. Ph. Ml He a 5!(- Adv.
Setteeed Reese Temporarily.
Chief of police J. R. Montgomery
has appointed detective serceant
Claude Smith acting- captain of de
tectives daring the bee nee of cap
tain Walter Reese, now dang-erously
injured and a patient In a local hso
pltal. and detective Charles Matthews
as acting sergeant in the place or
Osteopaths Dn. Armstrong, 4.16 Roberts-Banner.
Office Ph. 1341. Res. 5965.
Going Into Grain Business.
Attracted by the big grain crops of
the southwest, T. D. Watkins and
John D. Gather, of Pecos, Tex now at
the SL Regis hotel, are going Into the
wholesale -rain business in El Paso.
They have procured offices in the
Trust building and will lease a ware
house as socn as they find a suitable
Dr. J. Cerltea Dysart, specialist. 101
Mllli street, Bl Paso. Tex. Phone 2151.
Lots Of Winter Wheat.
A large acreage of winter wheat has
been sowed in tbe Bstancia valley
around Mountainair. Torrance county.
New Mexiee. aeoordlng to H. T.
Dowdy, of that town rho was an ar
rival at the Sheldon hotel Sunday. He
said that conditions are already prom
ising for another good crop 01 wneai
next season, jar. iowoy bjjk nu
great many homesteaders nao locates
on the government land In the vicin
ity of Mountainair.
E. & -Wade, Jr. lawyer, 71-1 Ca
ple Bldg. Phone !. Office also
Las Cruces. N. M,
Hot', Head Mart.
Leonardo ArgneUes, lUi West
Main street sustained aught eats on
his head Saturday afternoon when the
bicycle he was riding war a truck by
a ear driven by J. A. Scott. JI7 Ran
dolph street- TBS aocicent occur reu
at Overland and Campbell street. The
boy waa taken borne.
Zaeh Lamar Cobb kaa resigned
from the government service and re
sumed his law practice. Mills Bldg.
Settler Injured Internally.
Police are seeking the driver of an
automobile which on Saturday night
struck an army motorcycle ridden
by private Lawrence IX TJtaser. "C
company, eighth engineers. The sol
dier sustained internal Injuries. The
accident oceured on West Missouri
avenue. Pedestrian) phoned the police
that the driver of the automobile ap
parently was onoonceraeo over sens
ing the soldier and merely speeded
on hie way. rimer was taken to the
bate hospital for treatment.
Bulbs: Hyacinths. To Una. Narofssus.
B3 rase? Sve-3 Ce, phone M.
-Mentaen Iskaian Plg&ter TMes.
Missoula, htont.. Nov. 10. Edgar S.
Paxson. Montana pioneer, Indian
fighter and distinguished as a painter
erf western life, died at his heme here
In Only Five
J. S. Curtiss & Co., El Paso, Have bought during the past five days on both exchanges in El Paso and in Arizona and New Mexico markets, and at pri
vate sale, more than one hundred and fifty-six thousand shares of Homer Union Petroleum Co. stock This stock has been absorbed by our custom
ers and eastern corespondents and will not come on the market before Homer Union stock reaches $4.00 per share on the stock exchanges throughout
the United States.
3osL 1-a lxU
tie ice. tro.it ?
tetl 3-- 1
I yen, Xvttv i
Sunday after an extended illness. Be
was 87 yean OM.
Drc Srrearlngln A Von Almen, eye,
ear, nose and throat. 412-11 Tnrst
Bldg. Ph. HIS.
S Persona BeUeved Drorrned,
Memphis, Tewn . NOT. le. BJght per
sons were mlssteg and were believed
Saturday to have been drowned and
two others were seriously lnjore-l
when the launch "Lmbalenc." with
hunting party from Harrlsburg, 111
was awampeu jmaay in tne iMissis
slppi river, 25 miles north of here.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg. Ph. 577
Federal Anto Theft Act Za arr.
Washingtec t. C Nov. 1. An
nouncement was mads that the na
tional motor vesicle law, penalising-
persons wno transport stolen auto
mobiles from one stale to another, had
become a law wltnont president Wil
Dr. Jamleecm. physician and surgeon,
1018 Mills Bldg, Ph. 2t or SHO.
College Bmblem Dynamited.
Denver, Celck, Kev. 10. The large
letter M on the hUleide of Mount Sloa,
near the Colorado School of Mines at I
Tuesday, Nov. -4 tin
OepyrlxM. 1111. by
Medttrs W smaller Sysdtcite,
Golden, was partially destroyed by
An explosion wortly after ntJctaight.
ft Is believed that the college emblem
was blown op by students of one of
the adjacent colleges.
Vice Cental Kilts Himself.
Mew Tot. Nov. 10. Cery R Miller.
American vice consult to Stockhollm.
shot and killed himself In bis suite in
the Waldorf-Astoria Sunday Tbe
medical examiner found In Mr. Mil-
era clothing two notes which lndi-1
- t . t . 11 . t .1 1 1 W.J 1
WW .IllnllLl.l 111.. II U.L, UU
furnished the motive tor his suicide.
Dr. S. A. Sehutter. eye. ear, noee
and throat. Providence hospital build,
leg. Phone 3(5.
tLSE4,eee TO BB PAID
TO L-GAR BICBT PAKJ4BR5
Denver, Colo. Nov. 10. More than
11.554.000 is to be distributed among
the sugar beet farmers of northern
Colorado by the Great Western 81
gar company Saturday, which will
probably he the biggest psyday ever
experienced bv the producera The
payment le to be for beets delivered
during tbe month of October, or ap
proximately 10 percent of the total
crop tat year.
Approximately one-fourth of the to
tal amount receive by the r rowers
will go to their field laborers.
Man Who Put Up
Days of This
By D WIG
CASE SETTINGS FOR WEEK
. IN UNITED STATES COURT
Case settings far ths present week
In United States eenrt are as fallows:
Monday Georxe Hotatee. Mariano
CabraJ. Pascal OeserelU,! Trinidad
Florea and T. Rlacen, Angel Ooa
aales and Manuel Agallar.
Tuesday Lais Manas and Primitive
Garcia, MaroeUae Rodrlgttex, Ray O.
Race and R. JX Bradley, John J. Pal
Ion. Mar Bin.
Wednesday Angnstin Yeptc, Fran
cisco Valenaaela and M. Chacon,
Miguel Del Csunpo, Leal. Jacciaex and
Rose Fontaine, Jose Lopes.
Thursday Fella Sals T Beltran.
Filomeno Valencia, Prank Miller, Re
megla Saldana, Joan Xatrada. S. R.
Friday Lux. Leon. Miguel Lujan,
Refugio Leyo, Johnnie R. Johnson and
Lola Herrera. Joe Garcia. Charles Gal
lagher and Corp. Hoffman.
Saturday C. A. Withers, Joee Lo
pez, Vicente Caballos, Jssus M. Gar
cia, T. Athas, Pascnal Alvaradc
Aa early as the beginBlg of the ITth
cetaary the Spaniards used robber to
waterproof their cloaks, bnt it was
not an Ml the llth century that the
rubber Industry began.
Kendall College Issues
Challenge To Matoard
Tulsa, Ok la.. Nor. It. Harvard uni
versity had better look out, for the
Benry Kendall college, of this city
is after their scalp. Wlieo the Ken
dalltes walloped the strong Oklahoma
university eleven 17 to s, coach Fran
cis Schmidt decided that he bad hopes
or duplicating his cleanun of ltl. and
he at Onee issued a challenge to the
Harvard university mentor for a post
The game would be -Hayed In the
southwest, somewhere, an d coach
Schmidt and Sam P. MaBorney, noted
Tulsa banker and assistant coach, be
lieve it would be a money maker.
Grief Over Daughters
Death Drives Him Insane
Topeka, Kan, Nor. Id. A jury fa
the probate court here which found
W. A. Carnaban, laundry proprietor.
Insane, decided that Carnabaa'a mind
bad become unbalanced by grief over
the death of his l year eld daughter.
Quila, September 15.
The girl, while on her way to school,
was struck and killed by a heavy
FEDERAL COURT PRISONERS
SENTENCED BY JUDGE SMITH
Herman Bloch, local Junk dealer,
was sentenced to tire years in tbe
penitentiary Saturday, by Jodge W. II.
Smith. Bloch was found guilty of
receiving and concealing stolen gov
Canuelerio tfreuran. charged by In
dictment with receiving and conceal
ing liquor alleged to have been smug
gled into the United States from
Mexico, was sentenced to two years
lr. the federal penitentiary at Leaven
worth, Kane. He was convicted early
in the week by a Jury In federal
Frattctsca Madellln. charged by in
dictment with the nilclt sale of nar
cotic drugs, was sentenced to three
years' imprisonment In tbe federal
emltentlary at Canyon CKy. Colo,
adellln Is aceoaed of telling both
morphine and eeceine ta drag addicts
In El Paso. In eroaeanetn-- sentence
Judge Smith elated that bat little
sympathy could be shown persons en
gaged in the illicit sate of narcotic
drugs. MadeUia Is tbe first woman
sentenced during the present term of
Charley Ota. Chinese laundrymeti.
recently convicted by a Jan- on a
aharra of vtelatlSir the Harrison
anti-narcotic act, was sentenced to
two years In the federal penitentiary
at i-eavenwortn, Kan.
Genera Yabtyana. Japanese, reeent
7v convict M bv a Jor on a r-herere of
nolstlnar tbe federal lienor laws, was
sentenced to two veers In the federal
penltenriarv at "Leaven worth. Kan.
Koearln Tona steaded traflty to vie
latin the federal Mtraar laws and
ea rm4 f.
How to Eemove
fe 11- - - -mw v . ct w
Is net at an difoealt ta preserve tbe yersth- i
fsl eestear sad velvety imsilhslsi efi
eemplexles. Every wniasw bate te eej
her fsce wrinkled er bassy. and prae-j
tleally every ea has cipetisMSted with I
setae sert of peteat ttmtdy ta the etfsrt
either te remove seen sesirbjsij er ward
As a matter ef feet, tbe meat effective
remedy ta the world Is eee that any
woman can easily make sp herself at
home. Ut a moment's time. Let her tabs
one ounce ef per powdered saxeUte.
which hc can parches at any drag atere,
and dluolve it te a half atat of wKeh
haL Apply this banal and refieab- '
Ik MhiHMi . ..a ,, . A ft t!
awhile. The reeoMs are aaisilslsg. to ssf
th least. Erca after the ery met SI-PU-estlea
a marked improvement Is spparenL
Th wrinkles ar lees Is rvMeaee ae)d tbe
tac baa a comfortable, setec feeltag ef
flrmesss that U saewt deUgbtfai. Adv.
Saturday, Nov. Stla
Giant Iguana Killed
In An El Paso Street
Samnel . It Holder. 4120 Clifton
street, found a dead iguana In front
of hie borne snaoay morning. An
avtoHHbil- had ran over It. Tbe
slant lizard evidently had been a pet
as It had a red ribbon around lis
The lsmana la a harmless usara
that Uvea on shrubs and vegetables.
It la round In tronical and sub
tropical countries. The farther south
thev are round tne larger tney are.
The llaard found by Mr. Bolder was
about three and a half feet long.
Wernnty Deeds Filed.
Mrs W. W. Marshall to -Mra. J nana
F. de MareadlUo, lota 1 and It, block
sl East El Paao Town corn-May's ad
dition: consideration ISM.
Burton Lingo company to r. A. min
ders, north one-half of lots 11 to If.
block 4, Bsat El Paao Town com
pany's addition; consideration fSSdO.
F. A. Sanders to Lonnle Welts et al.
north one-half of lots It to Is. block
4. East G1 Pasoss Town company's ad
dition; consideration fUS.
C. It. Morrill to James r uenneuy,
north three feet of lots , 7 and south
It feet or I. block TO. Magomn addi
tion; cccslderation 92ttS.
Terrace Improvement company to
F. B. Keener, lot 1 and west one-half
of 4, block 41. Government Hill adt
tlon. consideration 1412.50.
W. B. Taylor to L. J. Hale, lots 23
W. R Taylor to L. J. Hale, lot Jt
and east 1 feet of it, block 7. East
El Paso addition: consideration J415e
B. C Myles to W. C EBtott lots It.
and 2s. block 23. Altnra Park addi
tion: consideration f0.
Walter M. Butler to Dr. Paul Rlg
ney, lots 1 and t, block 100, Austin
Terrace; consideration J 1 1.00s.
Jouro and Guadalupe Maehlta, No
vember 2, boy.
Ramon and Refugio Flerno. Novem
ber t. glrL
Abraham and Jesus Guano. Novem
ber 4. boy.
Roberto end Mlcaela MoUoa, No
vember 4, girl.
Gradanio and Xvansta Rlos, No
vember 1. boy.
E. and Juliette Espmoea, October
Cldronlo and Maria Garcia. Octo
ber M. girl.
William 4. ana Aitce stay, t-cwaer
ohn F. and Mabel Moss, October
Hervey B- and Gladys Gates, Ovto
ber f; boy.
Jacob D. and Maria Cpdegroff. No
vember 2: boy.
Salvador and Ellen Lsyva, November
Manuel and Guadalupe Vabenxvela,
October 20; glrL
$10.00 pays for a 1 acre interest in 180 acre 10
year oil lease; $100.00 for 10 acre. interest
Tucumcari OH Field Just
South of McGee Well
Vm not teil mote tiuHt 160 acre
or muliipie (or wikal yoo want.
To Joan and Rita DspoUs. October
To Wayaard and Caroline Smith,
To Francisco and Francises Alva,
October 10. boy.
To Salvado and BUea Delgade, No
vember t, boy.
COLDS AND FLU
Caleiaas, tbe New Na-HcaJeM CaJa
bmI TaUeis, Cat Stttrt Coitb asd
aad May Preraat Fb By
KeeoiBg IJvr Aetrre.
Physiciacs have learned from ex
perience, during the epidemic of Influ
enza, that one of tbe most Importan'
factora In the prevention of flu and
pneumonia ia to keep the liver active
so that the digestive organs may be :n
perfect working order and the system
thereby enabled to throw off colds
check sore throats and resist seriou,
comolicatlons. For this purpose th
have found that the new. nausealesa
calomel tablets called Calotabe. are
far more effective even tban the old
style ca omel. which was forneHv the
universal favorite, as Calotabs do not
weaken tbe patient, nor Interfere with
tbe appetite and digestion.
At tbe first sign of a cold or sore
throat, dorters recommend one Calo
tab at bed time with a swallow of
water. that's all. No salts, no nausea,
nor tbe sllchtest Interference with
your diet, pleasure, or work. N'-i--morntne;
you wake up feeling fme.
your liver is active, and your appetite
ia keen for a good breakfast.
For your 1 rotection Calotabs are
sold only In original sealed rsckrea.
pries thirty-five cents All druggists
recommend and guarantee Calotabs.
Tour money back if you are not de
lighted with them. Adv.
Everybody is asing and talking about
DKRWILLO the IKtold tint. It in
stantly beautifies the complexion,
makes a soft rosy-white ektn every
one "Just loves to toncb." Over firs
hundred thousand girls and women
are using It, It's a real beaut If ier.
that's what It la Try it today At
toilet counters everywhere. Tour
back ir yoa don't iua it. aav.
Send check for $10.00
TsajisMcari. N. M.