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if You tfee& a Hedielns,
You Should Save fhe Best
Although there are hundreds of prep
arations advertised, there is only one
that really stands out pre-eirfinent as a
remedy for diseases of the kidneys,
liver and bladder.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the
highest, for the reason that it has
proved to be Just the remedy needed in
thousands" upon thousands of even the
most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root makes friends quickly
because its mild and immediate effect
is soon realized. It is aNgentle, healing
vegetable compound a physician's pre
scription for a specific disease.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
A Sworn Certificate of Purity is with
"For sale at all drug stores, in bottles
of two sizes fifty-cents and one-dollar.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE BY MAIIi
In order to prove what Swamp-Root,
the great kidney, liver and bladder
remedj- will do for you, every reader
of the El Paso Daily Herald who has
not already tried it, may receive a
sample bottle by mail absolutely free.
Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., BInghamton,
N. Y. "Write today.
Mexico Horthwesf em Sail
The Rio Grande. Sierra Madre &
Pacific Railroad Co.
xbw time card:
NOV. 14th, IOCS.
Effective this date Passenger
trains will leave our NEW STA
TION, Corner Calles COMERCIO
CIUDAB JUAREZ AT 1 P. 31.
NTJEVA CASAS GRAXDES 7 P. 31.
NTJEVA CASAS CRAXDES 12:15 P.M.
CITJDAD JUAREZ 6 P. 31.
Thus bringing Nueva Casas
Grandes and intermediate points
several hours nearer El Paso and
vice versa, and allowing patrons
opportunity to transact their busi
ness and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHING such as
found nowhere else on North Amer
Write for full particulars.
S. C. FERRIS- T. R. RYAN,
General 3lr. Traffic 2Igr.
PRANK SMITH, 3IGR.
N. OREGON ST.
We deliver Ice Cream to all parts of
If you want the best
meats at the lowest
A GOOD PIANO FOE
Do you want a piano?
Do you want a violin?
Do you want a mandolin?
Closing out sale of pianos,
A Good Mandolin for $1.40
A Good Violin for $2.65
$275.00 Bishop iano, Oak Case,
$275.00 Bisnop lvEiano,'ahoganyi
Case, used, for $125.00
$375.03 Stuyvesant Piano, Mission
CaseTiew, for $225.00
$475.00 Pianola Player Piano, new,
$550.00 Fischer. Piano, Mahogany
Case, cnew, for $350.00
Piano Prices Induce Stool and Scarf or
Send For Catalogue.
101-103 El Paso St
j3 g. mmn company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St.
Bell Phone 680
AUTY CHORUS WITH HENRY WOODRUFF
IN "THE PRINCE OF TONIGMT"THE EL PASO
"THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT."
The largest sale of seats of the season
was handled yesterday at the Craw
ford, when the sale for "The Prince if
Tonight" was opened, and the indica
tions are for the record business of
the season. All tickets laid away must
be called for or paid for not later than
Wednesday, or they will be" put on saie
PILES CURED I3T G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleed
Insr or Protrudinsr Piles In 6 to 14 days
j or money refunded. 50a
RAILROAD MAGNATE RETURNS
FROM A MEXICAN TRIP.
J. I. ITarrell, vice president of the
Oregon & Washington Railroad com
pany, with offices in Seattle, and Mrs.
Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Treat and
Miss Collins, also of Seattle, returned
to El Paso this morning over the Na-
d tional Railways of Mexico, after a
week's pleasure trip in the republic
They are traveling in Mr. Farrell's pri
vate car, "Sacramento," -which is stand
ing in the union station yards today.
The party leaves tonight over the Santa
Fe for the Grand canvon. en route to
PUT ON DINING CAR.
Dining car service will be resumed
tonight on No. 2, the Southwestern east
bound California train, which leaves El
Paso at 6:40. The car was furnished
with supplies today by W. E. Stiles,
Southwestern commissary agent.
RATES FOR BAPTISTS.
Rates of one and onethird fare have
been announced in El Paso for the
meeting of the Arizona Baptist associa
tion at Tucson on April 7.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
Mrs. W- 1. Frame, wife of chief dis
patcher Frame, of the T. & P., left
last night for Sierra Blanca to at
tend the funeral services of Mrs. Fan
nie 'Xiove, whose death, due to pneu
monia, occurred Monday.
J. W. Hughes, a T. & P. freight
brakeman, and Mrs. Hughes and baby
have gone to Sabinal, Texas, for a visit
with her parents.
P. F. Benson, bill clerk in the G. H.
freight office, leaves April 1 for a
month's vacation. He expects to visit
friends in Portland, Oregon.
"W. T. Kellogg, freight engineer on
the T. & P., who has been ill, reported
for duty this morning.
"W. 33. Siangan, a switchman in the
T. & P. local freight yards, is now run
Toyah. The change is due to the lack
ning as extra between El Paso and
of regular brakemen.
An eight pound daughter was born
to Mr. and Mrs. J. M Thompson. Mr.
Thompson is a T. & P. freight brake
man. Among the T. & P. trainmen laying
off on account of illness, are John
McTier and Will Snoddy, freight fire
men; Joe Smythe, passenger fireman;
J. C. Molinary and "Dutch" Escon
trias, freight warehouse clerks; Elmer
Ellis, engine hostler in the round
house, and Paul Hendrick.
IT. & P. trainmen on the extra board
ar O. R, Munger, engineer, and J. C.
Harvey and N. Xalley, firemen.
V. P. Safford, of the Mexican North
ernrailway, left last night for Esca
lon. H. J. Simmons, general manager of !
the Southwestern, is scheduled to leave
tpnight for an inspection trip over the j
eastern division. He will go in his pri- j
vate car, San Pedro.
Train auditors McLaughlin and Van
Alstlne, running out of El Paso on the
S. P., have been transferred to JLos
Angeles. Belief auditors are expected
Four indictments were returned by
the grand jury today before adjourn
ment until Friday. Among those in
dicted Is Frank Lorraine, Indicted on
the charge of burglary.
It Makes for Health.
A man tried leaving off meat, pota
toes, coffee, and etc., and adopted a
breakfast of fruit, Grape-Nuts with
cream, some crisp toast and a cup of
His health began to improve at once
for the reason that a meat eater will
reach a place once in a while where his
system seems to become clogged and
the machinery doesn't work smoothly.
A change of this kind puts asi
food of low nutritive value and takes
up food and drink of the highest value,
already partly digested and capable of
being quickly changed into good, rich
blood and strong tissue.
A most valuable feature of Grape
Nuts is the natural phosphate of pot
ash -grown in the grains from which
it is made. This is the element which
transforms albumen in the body Into
the soft gray substance which fills
brain and nerve centres.
A few days use of Grape-Nuts will j
give one a degree or nervous strengtn
well worth the trial.
Look in pkgs. for the little book,
"The Road to Wellville." - "There's a
WIFE OF HFI ill Attractive Spring Frock
Mrs. Ethel Williams Was a fegH
Daughter of President of mMdMpMmMM
a Railroad. ffeMNSfet mijHS
airs. Ethel Edson-"Williams, wife of
Lieut. Kenneth F. "Williams, construction
engineer in the quartermaster's depart
ment of the United States army and
daughter of J. A. Edson, president of the
Kansas City Sputhern railroad, died
Monday afternoon at 3:15 at Hotel Dieu.
Mrs. "Williams, accompanied by Br. Sam
uel Ayres, of Kansas City, was returning
from Castle Hot Springs, Ariz., to her
parents' home in Kansas City.
Having been in poor health lor a num
ber of years as a result of an attack
of bronchitis, Airs. "Williams and her
husband spent the early part of the
winter in California. From the coast
she went to -Castle Hot Springs in. the
private car "Geraldyne," ijroperty of her
father. She was accompanied by Dr.
Ayers, the family physician. At the
springs she developed a slight attack
of typhoid fever and It was decided
to return to Kansas City, where she
could receive the necessary nursing and
treatment. Upon arriving in El Paso on
February 21. en route to Kansas City,
Mrs. "William's heart was affected by the
high altitude and she was removed to
the hospital and the private car sent to
As Mrs. "Williams did not improve,
Lieut. Williams, who had returned to his
post at Fort Douglas, Utah, soon re
turned here, he was joined by the par
ents and relatives of Mrs. Williams and
were with her until her death Monday
afternoon. She was 28 years of age at
the time of her death and was one of
the social leaders in Kansas City before
her marriage to Lieut Williams, five
years ago. They had one child, Mar
garet Helen, a daughter of three years.
In addition to her sister, Geraldyne,
Mrs. Williams had a brother, E. G. Ed
son, at Kansas City.
Before removing to Fort Douglas, near
Salt Lake, where Lieut. Williams is In
charge of the construction work as the
representative of the quartermaster's
department, Lieut, and Mrs. "Williams
.were stationed at Whipple barracks,
Prescott, Ariz. Lieut. Williams then took
the position at Fort Douglas to which
Capt. A. S. Brooks, formerly stationed'
at Fort Bliss, had been assigned, but
which he was unable to accept as he
was retired for disability before he
could report for duty.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson and daughter.
Miss Geraldyne1, of Kansas City, accom
panied by Mrs. D. J. Dean, of Kansas
City, and Miss Chrisman, Shoshone,
Idaho, and Margaret Helen, the 3year
old daughter of Mrs. Williams, arrived
in El Paso on March 15 in Mr. Edson's
private car, which has been standing in
the union station yards, and in which
they have made headquarters.
Edward G. Edson, a son of Mr. Edson,
was here for a few days but has return
ed to his home. He is expected to at
tend the funeral services of his sister
In Kansas City,
All will leave in the private car for
Kansas City on No. 2 over the Rock
Island, at 6:40 p. m. "today.
Eliseo Garcia, the Tyearold son of
Pablo Garcia, died at the family home,
one mile east of Washington park, Mon
day. Justice McClintock was called to
hold an inquest this morning and found
the child had died from tuberculosis of
the spine. The boy was a' native of El
The body of Peter' Nelson, who died
March 25, was shipped last night to
Sterling, 111., by McBean, Simmons &
MRS. FANNIE LOVE.
The body of Mrs. Fannie Love, who
died, at Sierra Blanca, has been shipped
by McBean, Simmons & Carr to Marfa.
Frank Simmons arrived with the body
MRS. EDITH E. WILLIAMS.
The bod of Mrs. Edith E. "Williams
will be conveyed in a private car to
Kansas City, arrangements being In
charge of McBean, Simmons & Carr.
CITY TO BUILD QUARTERS
FOR SEALER OF WEIGHTS.
The city council has decided to build
a one story structure in the rear of
tht central fire station as headquarters
for the city sealer of weights and
measures. J. H. Comstock, city sealer,
now has an office in the basement of
the courthouse, but the city scales are
in the rear of the central fire station.
HERE FOR PRISONER.
Sheriff Felipe Lucero, of Las Cruces,
N. M., is here today after Felix Guada
rama, wanted at Vinton. "N. M., accord
ing to that officer, In connection with
the murder of T. Pena, whose body was
found in the Rio Granda-
BWPHiHIm iiy BTmnT TmSTIiii1Wt ' 1 prrtii iTJrlnrjnr in it ii1 IWI Imj I, j n I iJStKtifSffi
Lace tunics are stylish this spring
n-ade from real lace, such as is the one
over light or dark silk.
This tunic is -made from insertion and
The Treasury Department
Orders Bemoval Because
He Preferred Charges
Against Collector That
Were Not Sustained.
M. C. McKinney, cashier at the cus
toms house, has been summarily dis
missed by collector A. L. Sharpe. upon
instructions from the treasurj' depart
ment. Cause for action against Mc
Kinney, as stated in the telegram to
collector Sharpe, is "insubordination
and preferring groundless charges
against his superior officer."
Charges against collector A.X. Sharpe
were preferred by cashier McKinney,
shortly after A. N. Manker was pro
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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the months before baby comes,
are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about
to begin. Her happiness and physical comfort -will largely govern tho proper
development of the health and nature of the child. Mother's Priend contributes
much to the mother's happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it
affords. It is a liniment composed of penetrating' oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen mammary
glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues, and aid in the relief
of nausea. - The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes, and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, con
taining valuable information for espectant Mothers.
THE BRABFIELB GO.s ATIAHTA, GAr
for reception and dinner gowns, and If
shown here, will be effective worn
square and oblong pieces of lace
moted to the position of chief clerk at
tho customs house over McKinney.
McKinney has been in the service for
A number of years, having been a line
rider at one time. After the appoint
ment of Manker to the position of
chief clerk, McKinney is said to have
taken a chance to stand or fall and
became Identified with the interests
working for the appointment of Charles
A. KInne, secretary of tho chamber of
commerce, as collector of the El Paso
"When dismissed, M. C. McKinney in
formed the collector that he would ap
peal to tho civil service commission
The collector says he has not deter
mined what appointments will bo made
at the customs house in filling the va
cancy caused by McKinney's dismissal.
BELL PHONE lie
"Will sell anything yon have to selL
f - -
Strong Healthy Women
If a woman i strong and healthy in e
erhood mean to her but little suffering. The trouble lies
in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted
for motherhood. This can be remedied.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women.
It acts directly on the delicate and important "
organs concerned in motherhood, making" them"
healthy, strong, vigorous, virile and elastic.
"Favorite Prescription" banishes the indispositions of the
period of expectancy and makes baby's advent easy and
almost painless. It quickens and "vitalizes the feminine
organs, and insures" healthy and robust baby. Thousands of women httt
testified to its marvelous merits.
It Makes Wezk Wotnen Strong It Makes Sick Women Well.
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes, and urge them upon you as "just
ns good." Accept no secret" nostrum in place of this non-secret remedy. It
contains not a drop of alcohol and not a grain of habit-forming or injurious
drugs. Is a pure glyceric extract of healing, native American roots.
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"Remarkable New Electric
w insoles positive and negative
I battery nerves the connecting
. .J v j i t -""" vi w. ii-uu j. Au.c-ivjmg elec
tricity an aay lung, jrositive cure i
Neuralgia, Headache, Backache, Ins
Kidney complaints. Price only $1.00.
is signed with each sale.
tropoaes laii to cure or n
tirove nnsatisfactorv. If
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tpj-.uu. iJWtc Kviicuiui xui
uiiiu you cure fciuyjjueu.
Western Electropode Co,
249 Los Angeles Street
Los Angeles, Cal.
TRAVELING Ek, 2"A50AKS
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any cf the following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel New3
stand; Arthur Hotalin, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street. lWH Broadway.
"WASHINGTON. U. C. The Raleigh
and the Bbbitt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl Nevs Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Grea-t North
ern News stands, Queen City News
stands and Empire Nf-s ?tands.
PHILADELPHIA The Belle vne. Peas
News Co.. S33 Pearce St.
PITTSBURG, PA. Thq Lincoln a'
the Schcnley Park.
BUFFALO. N. T. The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters- Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, !MO. The Torn
News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News
stand. Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL. MINN. Tne Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. The VTest
DENVER. COLO. The Brown PrJ
sce, the Albanj, S. "Widom and "West
ell News stands.
SEATTLE, "WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and "Washington street; also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building-,
Aclne News Co. j
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons. Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, S2C Houston
MEMPHIS,' TENN. World Toms
MEXICO CITT Blue Book Store. The
CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JLMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PAIIRAL. MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D. E. Conger's
News stand (La Mess.).
"Walter Nichols, a T. & P. freight con
ductor, is laying off as a result of
FAMOUS EXPERT TELLS
Hotv Fnt May he Removed Rapidly by
a Simple Home Remedy With
out Canslfis AVrlnkleji, Disturb
ing" the Diet or Necessity
"Fat is nothing but unused energy,"
says a prominent physician, and the
man or woman who is burdened-with
it can easily get ria of it if they wish.
All they need is ounce of Marmola,
ounce of Fluid Extract Cascara Aro
matic and 3 ounces of Peppermint
"Water; all o"f which they can get at any
good drug store for a few cents. Then
let them take one teaspoonful after
meals and at bedtime until they are
down to the weight they want to be.
This simple home receipt Is far and
away better than any or all the patent
or secret medicines, for it reduces the
fat safely and harmlessly. The ingre
dients are in fact beneficial to the sys
tem, having both tonic and purifying
qualities, and so help rather than dis
tress the stomach. The remedy does
not cause wrinkles, for it reduces one
gradually and naturally, preserving a
cood outline, and, best of all, needs
neither physical exercise to help it d
the work, nor does it require
change In diet one can get results and
still take things easy eating mean
while just what, when and how he or
she pleases. Be sure and get the Mar
mola Iii a sealed package, so that you
get Marmola and not a substitute.
AND FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER
CALL OH OR
. 0. SEETON & SON,
THIRD AITD CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED --
womanly wav. moth
Treatment Lic-hf. floTrfKIo mafol
worn inside shoes. Bodv becomes
wires. Blood, brain, muscles, tissues,
Your money returned if Elec-
tney snoma, alter 30 days trial,
not at vour drnerjrjRt's. ce-n3 mo'
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Juan ui nuuiou. vie Will See ii
fin iii rm
Miss Elder I believe 111 fix my
hair in pufis.
Toniy-First catch your hare.
SHAKE 5.HT0 YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-rase, the antiseptic powder. It ceres
pamf a!, smarting, nervous feet, and instaatly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions. It's the greatest
comfort discovery -of the ac. Alien's Foot-Ease
.aiways use 1 1 10 .Brenx in ew snoes. Try it to-aay. j
Knlf! pwmvbpw "Rw "nil tny oi; ., in cn
Don't accept eny substitute. For FREE trial pack
age, address Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y".
We Bare Just reeded acocsiziaBe
of P13UNA POULTRY FEEDS, Ctl
d czsmiac them.
of erains snd see&, Tbey coataS
absolutely no grit which taake
freight. They contain absolutely
Dnmt nor smutty wheat. Yoorcaic
ens will thrive upon this feed IPs a
experiment, but a practical iced, fo
practical poultry raisers. Cogs M
tOfX MS fee a sample of &
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