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E PASO HERAL
Wednesday, April 6, 1910. fcffraQj Used Hie World over 1 ffl aJMs IF v No oiker article of human food I w I TaSSt. . -Jfev iias ever received sncii em- 3 Jf i -"''lmi 1 phatle commendation for 1 if rBBH3B3 purity, "usefulness and wliole- 1 I fe'SJKavMlnl sonieness from the most A fiMr JKfPE eminent authorities BpP BA&IN& pOWDf Bj liUfelulf K02 &as always received tlie Mgliest award wbea m PtlMv exbibited or tested in competition LW MOPF TfJiH TfJCV I niic Tuno P0P55 $. . Speaker Before Knights of Columbus Says There Will "Never Be a War With Ja panTells of Country's Eesources. Prof. James Charles Monaghan, of the university of Notre Dame, Ind., and national lecturer of the Knights of Co lumbus, delivered an address at the Crawford theaterlasinlght to a house that -was most comfortably filled. The speaker is a man of small phy sique, dark complexion and wears a short black beard, tinged with gray, while he is becoming' slightly bald He declared that there would ,be no war between the United States and Japan, for the simple reason that Jap an raises no cattle and does not raise sufficient food to warrant her seeking war, while we can raise more in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys than all the other countries of the world com bined. Speaking of the loyalty of Catholics, Dont Feed it with rubbish Eat Keep The Stomach Right flHBHH j k. is a combination of cerealsWHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, so blended that they form a food unlike any other. You will get from the food sufficient nutrition to keep the. body healthful. Give it to the children with a frail constitution and note its building-up properties. It not only tastes good, but will be of great benefit Ask your Grocer. Summer It is not too soon to plan your Summer Vacation. , Where, and via what route will you go? The B. P. & S. W. System will have in effect some very attractive summer tourist and convention fares East, "West and Kbrth. Long limits, with liberal stopovers. . Advise us where and when you want "to go and we will take pleasure in giv ing you full information. The best trains via the best route leave El Paso morning, noon and night. Golden State Limited Californian Kansas City Special . For tickets, rates, reservations or -full information, call on or address he said: "If the pope of Rome were to make peace with the quirinal and head an army which would come to our shores to war with us, I would consider it my duty to crush him and his army before they reached the shores, and J voice the sentiments of every other true American when I say that." Jos. M. Nealon introduced the speaker. "Some time ago, Pius, X., one of the noblest and sweetest of men, said we should be building churches and filling them, schools and filling them, and homes and filling them," said the speaker. "The Knights of Columbus have chosen the second, and therefore they have started educating the peo ple. Only One Flag. "People from far off parts of the world are painting horribly pesimistic pictures of the conditions in this coun try. These people, many of them, come in at our gates from far off place. Many of them are ignorant of our lan guage and laws, and are unabJe to size up either our sociological or political condition or positions. Pessimists, they paint us as parasites, as people badly governed, as lost to all legitimate right to respect because of our failure to be revolutionists; whereas, by instinct and food that gives you good health Fares WARREN H, D. McGREGOR General Agent City Passenger Agent City Ticket Office :SheIdon Hotel EL PASO, TEXAS Phones: Bell 594; Auto 1694 STEA3ISHIP TICKETS TO ATjI PARTS OP THE "WORLD. training we are evolutionists. These people pay for and build conventicles, have catechisms and catechetical classes in which they teach their followers, little children among others, to hate the flag.- "They say that the red, white and blue flag is a rag on the end of a stick. Big as this land is, 3,000,000 square miles from sea to sea, from lakes to gulf, It Is not large enough for any flag, except the red, white and blue flag. "Let the Irishman, the Frenchman and the German celebrate his fete day. I believe in the love of fatnerland, for the man who does not love his father land will not love his adopted coun try. Educate Women. I believe In educating the women, because -where you educate the women, the boys are bound to be educated. "And now, girls, if your brothers tell voil that there Is room at the ton. tell them there is notvfor there Is no top, but there is plenty of room all the way up, to climb. ,As to Opportunity. "Our educational system looks like a pyramid on its apex; it is a system upside down. TVe educate the clergy man, lawyer, doctor, nurse, engineer and teacher;, pay $15S per capita to keep them at school, $57 for the boys and girls in the high schools and $27 for the little ones in the grades. The whole system is coordinate and regulafed as if every boy and girl was to go through the university. As a matter of fact, only one in every 120 gets to the uni versity, one in SO through v the high school, while less than 25 percent grad uate from the grades. "This is all wrong. The lawyers, doc tors, clergymen and those of like call ing should, could and hvould pay for their own education. The city and state should care for those in the mines, on the farms, in the forests and factories, who cannot care for themselves. They, too, should get a training that "will and would fit them for their life's work, i for that sifter aV Is what an education J should be, a fitting for life and for death "Will it pay? A boy or man who j works at ordinarj' labor and advances from $10 a week at 22 to $10.10 when 25 and never gets beyond that pay. The man -who learns a trade In ihe old way advances from $13.50 'to $15.80. "The boy who is trained in a trade school, such as we now need, advance from $17 to $25, and the boy who is technicallj trained goes up from $12 to $43, and becomes an Industrial leader or captain. "Our "first great opportunity isJin the schools. We want to do as Germany and Japan have done educate head, hand and heart add the three Ws and the three A's adopt, adapt and adept to the three R's. Politcal Economy. "The essence of political economy or economics revolves around the words, wants, work and "wealth. The world is one of wants; these lead to work; this to the satisfying the wants and the piling up of the surplus, as wealth. Tn 1850 we had $7,000,000,000, today we have $130,000,000,000. That means lit- i i tie or nothing till I tell you that Great Britain, after 2000 years of wealth piling, has only $55,000,000,000, France $30,000,000,000, Germany $45,000,000,000, Russia $35,000,000,000, Austria $30,000. 000,000, Italy $18,000,000,000. Spain $12. 000,000,000. Then we realize what our resources mean, for it is upon these that our wealth is based. According o the census of 1900 we produce 22 per cent of the world's wheat, 30 percent of its gold, 32 percent of its coal, 33 per cent of its silver, 34 percent of its manufactures, 35 percent of the iron, 36 percent of the cattle, 38 percent of the steel, 50 percent of the petroleum, 54,-percent of the copper, 75 percent or the cotton and 84 percent of the corn. Last year our farms, orchards and plantations yielded $9,000,000,000 worth. The south's cotton crop was worth a billion, or twice as much as was taken from all the gold mines on earth. Jcvrs and Education. "Follow the Jews. If you see the Jews going to a town, go there; if you :ee them leaving one, leave there. If jou were to walk along Broadway, New York,' you would think you were in Palestine. The greatest bankers are also all Jews. "The greatest orator in New York is a Jewish rabbi named Wise; in Chi cago we iiave rabbi Hirsh and o from one end of the republic to the other ' they are at the head, because the law of the jews is that, although the father and the mother may go hun gry, the son will receive an education. They attend the schools and are in dustrious; they make the best of their opportunities. Schools and Politics. If I had my way the night schools would be the best and all schools would be taken out of politics, at least until politics were considerably reformed in this country. "There is a wave of moral reform sweeping this country from one end to the other, and it means a great deal. The American people are not blind; they will be cnented and they will grasp the opportunities that pre sent themselves." A Real Patriot. Here he made reference to the Japs and said they would not go to war with us, and added: "But some say they have formed an alliance with England. Let them. I will answer as did Lincoln, a man whom the south has gradually come to recognize as its greatest benefactor. "When they told him a coalition was being formed, to place Maximilian in , Mexico and combine the European countries against us, he said: "Let them do it; they may take New York and Baltimore, but they cannot pass the AI ieghanies.' Lincoln -said that. 60 years ago, and if the whole world could not have done it then, how can Japan do it now? "When that war is over, there will be no Japanese or British empire on the earth, but we will still be here." He spoke of the nation's resources: "When the mines are empty and there is no more coal, gold, silver, copper or iron to take from the bowels of. the earth, we will have the waters, the riv ers to 3'icld what we get now from coal heat, light and power; we will have the soil," he said. Prof. Monaghan pictured the soil and our waste of it, saying a billion tons of it are turned into the gulf and seas, or enough to make 10 islands each a mile long, a mile wide and 65 feet high. "In other words," he said, "we waste in a year what it took God 10,000 years to create. In aeons of time the glaciers ground the granite of our hills to dust and made our soil. We waste it." A reception of an informal character l"as later Rendered Prof. Monaghan at the Knights of Columbus home on Myrtle avenue, and he left this morning for Las Cruces, where he will lecture tonight, and whence he "will go to Al buquerque to deliver another lecture. NEW BUILDINGS AT VALENTINE Irnpcn eroents Made in Resi dence Property High S-Jool Has Piano. Valentine. Texas. April 6. Contractor C- C. Jones is moving into Tils newly erected bungalow, near the high school Were Raw All Over and the Humor was Spreading to Body and Limbs Professional Treatment did No Good Daughter had Eczema,Too. . CUTICURA A SUCCESS 'IN BOTH THESE CASES " I had eczema on mv hands for ten ears. At first it would break out only in winter. Then it finally came to stay I had three good doctors to do all thev could but none of them did any good I then used one box of Cuticura Oint ment and three bottles of Cuticura Hesolvent and was completely cured My hands were raw all over, inside and out. and the eczema was spreading all over my body and limbs. Before I had used one bottle of Cuticura Resolvent together with the Cuticura Ointment my sores -were nearly healed over and by the time I had used the third bot tle, I was entirely well. I had a good appetite and vras fleshier than I ever S88 T- any -?ne vho has any ekin or blood disease I would honestly advise them to fool with nothing else but to get Cuticura and get well. My hands cured by the use of Cuticura, have never given me the least bit of trouble up to now. I cannot recommend Cuticura highly enough, it has done me and my family so much gcod. My daughter's hands, this summer became perfectly raw with eczema. She could get noth ing that would do them any good until she tried Cuticura. She used two bot tles of m Cuticura Resolvent and one box cf Cuticura Ointment and in two weeks they were entirely cured. I have used Cuticura for other members of my fam ily and it always proved successful I recommend it to any one with eczema After once using it you will never use anything else. MrsM. E. Falin, Speers Ferry, Va., Oct. 19. 1909." KEEPING THE HAIR To prevent dry, thin and falling hair; remove dandruff; allay itching and irri tation, and promote the growth and fu S the hair- freQ"ent shampoos with Cuticura Soap and occasional dress ings with Cuticura are usually effective when all other methods fail. Special arid full directions accompany each pfickage of Cuticura. r ran??1? SAap (25c.) Ointment (50c). Resolvent l.'.ua? Chocolate Coated Pills (25c). are sold F JS4"""""-uie world. Potter Drue &Chem Corp f; Bole Props.. 137 Columbus Ave. Boston P jcu j rcc. cTiucuxa book oa SKln and Scalp ECZEMA ON HANDS FOR TEH YEARS o IWHECU HIS SKI About twenty years ago I began to break out with Eczema on my head, legs and arms,, and commenced treatment with the local doctors, but did not get much relief. I continued to treat the disease under the direction of different physicians for two years, and at the end of that time they said the disease was chronic. I then quit them and tried various ointments, salves, lotions, etc, for another two years, but soon I was as bad off as before, so I finally decided to let medicine alone, and for twelve or thirteen years I suffered intensely from the Eczema. During the time I lost about half of my hair. At last I be gan S. S. S-, doubtful of a cure, because the disease had run on so long, but I soon discovered that your medicine was doing me good, and continued to take it After taking S. S. S. for awhile I was completely cured of the Eczema, not having a single spot left on my body, which before was almost completely covered with the eruption. I waited until the Spring to see if it would return, but have seen no signs of it, and am satisfied the cure is permanent. It has been several years now and I do not believe I will ever have any return of the trouble. 1017 Hackberry St, Ottumwa, Iowa. E. C NORFOLK. What S. S. S. did for Mr. Norfolk it can do for every one who is afflicted with a Skin Disease. He is just one of the many thousands who have cured themselves by the simple process of purifying the blood and removing the cause from the circulation. "We want you to be cured if you have any skin trouble, and shall endeavor in this short talk to tell you just why S. S. S. will accomplish the desired result. The skin is composed of two distinct layers. One is known as the epidermis or outer skin, which has no fibres, and serves principally as a covering to the body. The other is known as the derma or true skin, and is composed of elastic fibres, fat tissue, glands, lymphatics, nerves, etc. The thousands, of tiny veins and arteries with which this lower section is interlaced, supplies the cuticle with healthful properties from the circulation to keep the skin smooth and healthy. We can therefore readily see how necessary it is for the blood to be pure if the skin remain free from disease, and also why humors and acids in the circu lation always find their way to the surface and cause skin affections. AH skin troubles are due to a humor or acid in the blood. Instead of supplying rich, nutritive properties to the cuticle, the circulation constantly deposits an acrid impurity into the sensitive fibres and tis sues. This causes inflammation of the under layer of the skin which splits or breaks the thin outer tissue and causes an ulceration of the glands, producing a discharge upon the surface, in the form of Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, etc. There is likewise a dry form of skin disease such as Acne, Psoriasis, etc. In these varieties the humor in the blood diseases the pores, ,hair follicles, etc., causing them to swell and protrude to the outer surface. Pimples, rashes, eruptions and like troubles are all due to impure blood, and only a blood purifier can cure them. Salves, washes, lotions, etc., will perhaps afford some tempo rary relief from the itching, and assist in keeping the skin clean, but such treatment can have no effect on the humors in the blood, and therefore never do any permanent good. S. S. S. cures Skin diseases of every kind by neutralizing the acids and removing the humors from the blood. S. S. S. cools the acid heated circulation, builds it up to its normal strength and thickness, multiplies its rich, nutritious corpuscles, and adds to its purity and nourishing qualities in every way. Then the skin, instead of being irritated and inflamed by fiery humors and acids, is nourished, soothed and softened by a plentiful supply of rich, pure blood. S. S. S. is the greatest of all blood purifiers and therein lies its ability to cure skin diseases. It cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, pimples, boils, rashes and all eruptions of the cuticle. These troubles cannot remain when the cause has been removed, and S. S. S. will certainly remove the cause by purifying the blood. Book on Skin Diseases free to all vho write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,. ATLANTA, GA. building. This building1 is unique in its feature being- covered and sided entirely with shingles. The "R. D. McAnelley warehouse build ing is under construction. The founda tion Is completed and all adobes are made for the entire building. C. 2. Janes has the contract for both build ings. Mrs. jr. E. TValdron has improved her new residence by placing around it a fancy galvanized yard fence. A'alentine is giving her support in the great Herald contest to Mrs. Lee Prude, of Van Horn. Mrs. Prude .is well known here, and has a host of friend. v Through the efforts of the Valentine Improvement club the auditorium of the high school building now has a piano. Mrs. S. C. Bell, of "Willccx. Ariz., who has been trying the hot springs near Candelaria for the benefit of her rheumatism, was In Valentine en route to the hot wells near Sierra Blanca Mrs. Bell stated she had oeen afflicted for many years, nal tried different wells in Arizona, Oklahom and parts of Texas, but none proved of more bene fit to her than the wells near Cande laria. but owing to the fact that ac commodations could not bo obtained she was forced to try the Sierra Blanpa wells. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Stewart are visk Ing at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. TV. W. Gravenburg. Mrs. Dan Smith and children were spending a few days at the country home of Mrs. A. S. Stewart when Mrs. r 2..1 . a . . cijiiins oauy a taeen seriously ill. They brought the baby to town where medical aid could be secared. Mrs. H. G. Med-Iey an dchlldrcn an-1 i Miss Minnie Jones have returned from j El Paso. H. G. Medley 1 ns returned from Can- ' delaria where he has been buying cattle. AiMUSEISNTS. FIL3I d'AItT AT WIGWAM. Orer in Paris there is a little stock company made p of the loading actors of the local theaters. Thej- stage and I produce plays for Pathe Freres. which $ are considered the best enacted of all moving picture subjects aid are known J to the world as "Films d'Art." One of I these. "The Arrest of the Duchess De I Berry," will be slown at t!' Wigwam i tonight 'in addition to two other pleas- I lng pictures. One of these Is car el "Paid in Full." CRYSTAIS SI'ECIAl, TICKET. The Crystal theater, "the house coy, j is be-oming more popular all the ti-ne J with its late and distinct pictures, it.' good music and clever ffets. A comi- j mutation ticket has been issued for the j women. It is good for six admissions and sells for 50 cents. A woman can use ' It six times or can bring women friends on it. Tonight's bill includes "The Girl and the Ranger," a story of the Texas Mexico border. THE WaATKSE Forecast. v For El Paso and vicinity Tonight and Thursday fair- For west Texas Tonight and Thurs day fair: warmer tonight, oxcept in ex treme western portion. For New Mexico Tonight partly cloudy; warmer southeast porilon. Thursday partly cloudy. River at EI Paso-y-Height of surface tHs morning above fixed zero mark 13 feet. N DISEASE Edward "W. Pew left last night over the G. H. for Houston. Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? ATTENTION! Poultry Raisers! We have just received acoaslsmneai Of PURINA POULTRY FEEDS, C3 and examine them. PURINA PCULTEY FEEDS ee a mixture of overa dozen varietJet of srrain3 and seeds. They contaia absolutely no grit which maket absolutely no grit which maket weight. They contain absolutely no burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chicle ens will thrive upon this feed it'3 no experiment, but a practical feed f of practical poultry raisers. Come al ad tak fox a sample of it. esfon & i Pass PMT WAY BY WITER PfiRT BY RAIL A suggestion for a delightful trip to Xew York"' Southern Paeifio PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS New Orleans to Magnificent now ships with luxurious accommodations. Suites, staterooms, Baths. Cuisine unsurpassed. Sun set Koute trains of superior equip ment to New Orleans. Send for copy of handsome book, free. "A Hundred Golden Hours at Sea" CALL OK- LOCAL TICKET AGENT Q. G. Son When you BUY COFFEE you don't expect to display it in a glass jar for ex hibition purposes. You buy it to create I The Gup that Cheers," and if it "hits the spot" you come back for more. It is the coffee in side the package I that counts with you and suits your taste. iYou don't get "the flavor" from the six months old package, or from "the many years in business." You are looking for the "right article" and your money's worth. You only get it when you buy a COFFEE that is UPTODATE, HY GIENIC, SATIS FYING AND IN- VIGORATING. Roasted fresh all the time, and "MADE IN EL PASO" that is- President Coffee It is THE COFFEE When you buy a ipackage you are IbuyJng COFFEE, not, fossilized ideas and a"longDastdue5? article. i Consider this. Have a little con fidence and order a pound from the GOOD- GROCER.