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12 Thursday, October 20, 1910.
k Vf Iff tat. Aunt I II w& m I r ivi b U II II III An ywzlAlM J i Jemima's IB I yj n Pancake. I I Eto Jat REC,STE5a special (n. "s "vveec "" offer as a special, HSwMpBifehiv Aunt Jemimas Pancake Flour. I WHEHnHK TMs prcpa-tjon is pur. nl Wfi''',V Corn and Rice, and is always ready x for use. Xo Yeast, no Salt, no Baking Powder required. We have just received a fresh supply and j 1 1 guarantee every package. Regular fifteen cent package, sold this Iweek at fir Two For I SP Watson's Groceries are Famous for Quality i and Freshness. I HE ADQUAETERS FOR FUESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Phone 151. 2i0-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. EL LGTilJll W TO TELEPHONE CALLS. Bell 5C3 & 629 &. E. HYAN & CO. OPEN ALL LU BURT0N-LI5JGC CO.. FIRST & KANSAS D Et WE REPAIR EVERYTHING. Key and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Um brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New Tork, 999 Miles, in 35 hours. EIj PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 139. FOR TENTS AMD CAMP SUPPLIES Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. We are manufac turers. el PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY, J, Both Pkenes. 312 S. A Paso St. Bell B18 ! C b c Smith Ice Cream Co. FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED. BeH 20 202 Texas St SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES. Mr EL PAS Bill Eire Brick HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES P. 0. Box 136. WiIl be np right away." 116 to 120 San Francisco St. LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Careful Men. Bell 1054 "We're there in just a minute." Storage and ii-Ll lUW. UUUAO J.KAllL9rJr&. JiUiU I3UO CASH OR CREDIT A LITTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here. H. L. STEWART FURNITURE CO. S10-312 South Stanton. Bell 632; Auto. 2108 AGENTS FOR THE EASY RUNN ING WHITE SEWING MACHINE. Bell -.11 RETAIL GFiOCE'ES WHOLESALE M?ii Orders Given Prompt CLIFFORD BROS. Use Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates. RING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT. -GIBSON Wholesale Candles Bell The EI Paso School for Girls Announces the opening of all'regular courses. Special classes in Physical Ed ucation and in Music are now being organized. The Principal may be seen at any time by appointment. 1111-1115 Terrace St.. Sunset Heights. Telephone 2929 31. rr !! A Ol T'ZJ'E A TT3 C H E5fc a S fB3 -. rsT3-v ernn b ran a es-s rest bees ci H B re im n -arra t KM" te. cr in a bob e terra r-w m I -I 1 U s ,s g MWyriJ ItAiSm EVERY MIGHT 1 OTAJSt S llr iH&Alllll EVERY I TrrfPSSSSJo2 I 12 s Afie.AAfiMniu STriir nn TTMBS R-g-W COMING OCT. 26 WALKER WHITESIDE IN "THE MELTING POT" The Greatest Show of the Season ttvt m m Bl PAS MERCHANTS Ox Prompt Responses EL PASO TRUSTS FACTORY Bell Trunks, Bags and Xeather Goods Auto. 1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanges. 196B We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza Auto 1068 212 SAN ANTONIO ST. NIGHT. STS BELL 5p; AUTO 1050 Auto 1188 Anto 1020 $$ Dry Pressed Stock && ana 7jre qU Brick Prompt Delivery & Reasonable Prices. Bell 1 Auto 1001 and mmm Auto 1966 Packing by careful men at right price. Auto 1271 and Special Attention. 307-309 E. Overland St the com. 409 South Santa Fe St. Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1403. GLASS THE !IAPi The Best Stock Company That Has The Philosophers and the Frog Dr. Safford, for many years profes sor of cnemistry in the Medical Col lege of the University of Nashville, used to tell his students a fable the moral of which was "Drove it." Cer- ! tain -wise men were gathered together to ascertain the explanation of astate ment that when two glasses of water of equal weight are balanced on the beams of a balance scale and a frog is then put In one of the vessels the balance remains the same, thus at tempting to prove the assertion that a frog 'has no weight when immersed in water. Each wise man had his own explanation, and there was much heated argument and discussion. At length one of the wise men said: "But Is your statement true? Let's prove It." Of course when it came to prov ing it, they couldn't. So when you hear people say xnit Coca-Cola is injurious, just ask them to prove -it. They can't. Nobody can, because 4t is not injurious. But on the other hand it can. be proved that it is not Injurious by chemical analy sis. Or If you are not a cnemist yourself, why not accept the verdict of every competent chemist who ever analyzed it? Eminent College and University Chemists, Commercial Chem ists, Government, State and City Chem ists all have analyzed Coca-Cola and not one has ever been able to find any thing injurious in it. The very next time you hear anyone say that Coca cola contains deleterious ingredients tell him to write the Coca-Cola Co, AX lanta, Ga., for a free copy of their book let, "Tne Truth About Coca-Cola," In the meantime write for a copy for your selfyou will find it very interesting. IEISSAX3? TAKES TUMBLE; 3IOXOPL.AXE WRECKS BIPIiAXE New York, N. T., Oct 20. Jolm B. Meissant fell 125 feet in a Bleriot monoplane in a practice flight at Bel mont park. The machine was wrecked, but he was uninjured. Charles K. Hamilton's freak 110 horsepower biplane which was on the ground in readiness for a flight, -was partly wrecked in a crash with Dr. TV. "W. TValdrons monoplane. G. M. Dyolt, "Waldrons's partner, who was driving the monoplane, lost control of his craft and crashed into the stationary biplane. , To Dure Sick Women Women suffering from any female weak ness know that specialists in women's dis eases charge high fees, usually from three o five dollars, for writing an ordinary Drescrintion. The free offer of Dr. Bertha J C. Day. the able Woman Specialist of Fort Wayne. Indiana, Is therefore ail tne more remarkable and commendable, as it is made out of the goodness of her heart, to help her sister women and without ask ing or expecting in return for her gifts any payment except their gratitude and her own conscI6usness of having put her superior talents to a noble use. This proficient doctor and womanly woman, wife and mother has successfully treated, in the privacy of their own homes, thousands of women suffering from leucor rhoea, or whitish discharges, nervousness, ulceration, displacement or falling of the womb, profuse, scanty or painful periods, uterine or ovarian troubles, change of life and the other diseases and weaknesses so common to her sex. Her cures have been made through the compounding of pure, wholesome drugs into effective formulas that go straight to the seat of the disease, remove its cause and allay the pain in head and back, the bearing-down sensations, hot flashes, wear iness and despondency that indicate female weakness and body troubles. Any sick woman who writes to Dr. Day describing her troubles will receive FREE a prescription suited to her cure. This recipe will be sent in plain, sealed envel ope by prepaid mail without cost, obliga tion or charge of any kind. Address Dr. Bertha C. Day, a6i Pay Building, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Special Sale ON OUR 40c e 25c Pound SATURDAY ONLY We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with at our fountain. CONFECTIONERY COMPANY, C. S. PICKRE7L, Mgr. 9.06 K. Oregon St. Phone 347 Under the Electric Fountain. an ON THE Ever Played El Paso. Prices u&yfJf Fall Hats See Our Window ji iiiiiiiiiiiiii PASO HERALD AMPAlnN w MunTH " COlfiiVCj h hr al oH l 1 R 1 1 Si 1 nranuSn itAfto yrffnib Judge 'Terrell Goes iSText Into Southwest Part of State. San Antonio, Texasr Oct. 20. The most vigorous campaign ever conducted by a Republican candidate for govern or, or any other office in Texas, in Democratic territory, will conclude this week. Judge J. O. Terrell, the Re publican nominee for governor, com pleting his tour of North Texas. The remainder of the campaign will be in south-west Texas, which on state and national issues, usually goes Renubli can. Judge Terrell will speak Thurs day night at McKinney, Friday night at Sherman and Saturday night at Den ison. The Dallas speech will be on Kaufman county day at the State fair and will be free from politics. The next two weeks will be spent in the twenty-fourth senatorial district, where Julius Real, Republican, is a candidate for reelection, and In the fif teenth congressional district, where John N. Garner, Democratic nominee fo rreelection, is opposed by Judge Noah Aiken of Brownsville. Both of these Republicans are making an act ive campaign and Republicans hope both will be elected. L.yoa Is Hopeful. Col. Cecil A. Lyon, state chairman of the Republican executive committee, and other Republicans in charge of the campaign, are of the opinion Judge Terrell will make the best race, rela tively speaking, of any candidate ever nominated by the Republicans. They estimate Colquitt will not be elected by more than 10,000 votes and that Judge Terrell might even be able to overcome this lead and be elected. There is no doubt there will be a big deflection of., prohibition lotes from the Democratic ranks on account of those who will vote for Judge Terrell and those whowill stay away on elec tion day and those who fail to vote for Colquitt. It Is not believed the prohibition Democrats are doing any great worrying over the fact their ab sence from the polls may imperil the success of the Democratic party. Hope for Prohi Votes. The Republicans are . confidently Jioping to get many prohibition Demo cratic voters, the prediction being made that more of these will be cast for Terrell than for Houston, the nom inee of the Prohibition party for gov ernor. The following statement by Fred C. Couples, a prohibition Democrat of Houston, is being circulated by the Re publicans as accurately representing the attitude of the majority of the pro hibition Democrats as to Colquitt: "There are about 750,000 paid poll taxes in Texas. About 350,000, less than half, voted in the Democratic pri maries. "On the face, this shows Colquitt had to begin his campaign with four out of five of the voters indifferent, if not hostile, to him. "Many who voted in the primaries for him are Republicans and -will vote for Terrell, and it is a matter of ex perience that the vote in the general election is always lighter than in the primaries. "If only those who voted for Colquitt in the primary, less the Republicans who will go to Terrell, and less those who do not vote in general elections, vote for him, any reasonable division of the 400,000 voters who did not take part in the primary would give a great er vote than Colquitt will get. "Plainly he must look to those who voted against him in the primary-, the 'cranks,' 'fanatics' and preachers he denounced and ridiculed, to pull him out. I do not reckon it will be consid ered such a great wrong for preachers to engage in politics in his favor. "In some states he would ask for such help in vain, but In Texas the Pro hibitionists are such sheep that there need be no fear they can not be driven to eat their words. An Illustration. "Just as an illustration: At Galves ton, during the conference, Judge Poindexter wanted a declaration for prohibition of some kind in the plat form, whereat Joe Bailey spoke up: 'Judge, I am getting out of patience with you prohibitionists; local option is good enough.' So docile was the judge under the rebuke that at another conference held in north Texas it was decided to allow him to run against Colquitt in 1912 with T. X. Jones to get up a prohibition organization to in dorse him. Of course, at the last mo ment a speech will be made that Will turn the voters to Colquitt again, but the judge was not told that. Prohibi tionists are not fools; fools learn by experience. Therefore we conclude Colquitt has a cinch." Hay be permanently overcome by proper personal efforts with the assistance of the one truly beneficial laxative-syrup OFFlGSANDELIXiRofSENKA. WHICH ENABLES ONE TO FORM RGSUUR HABCIS DAILY, SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO NATURE HAY BE GRADUALLY DISPENSED WIB WHEN m LONGER 8EEDED.A5 THE BEST OF REMEDIES. WHEN REQUIRED. ARE TO ASSIST SAME AND SOT TO SUP PLANT THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS. WHICH HUST DEPEND ULTIMATELY UPOH PROPER SOURiSHHENT, PROPER EFFORTS AND RIGHT LIVING GENERALLY. to get its beneficial effects. always buy the Qenuike.Syrupo' Figs and Elixir cfSenna MawncrraEOBVTHE California Re Syrup FOR SALE BY ALL LEADiKG ORUGSJSTS ONE SIZE ONLY. P31CE 50 A BOTTLE Matinees, Wed., Sat., Sun. Always 15c, 25c, 35c; Boxes 50c r'Feet Sore Feet. Tender Feet, ac3 Swollen Feet Cured Every Tims. TIZ 'aiakes Sore Feet "Wall Xo Mat ter "What Ails Them. Everyone who is troubled with sore, sweaty, or tender feet swollen feet smelly feet, corns, callouses or bun ions can quickly make their feet well j now. Here is instant relief and a last ing, permanent remedy It's ca'Ied TIZ. TIZ makes sore feet well and swollen feet are quickly reduced to iheir natural size. Thousands of ladies have been able to wear shoes a full size smaller with perfect comfort. It's the only foot remedy ever made which acts on the principle of drawing j out all the poisonous exudations which cause sore feet. Powders and other remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ cleanses them out and keeps them ''lean. It works right -off. You will "el better tlie very first time it's used. JS3 it a week and you can forget you ever had sore feet. There is nothing on earth that can compare with it. TIZ Is for sale at all druggists 25 cents per box or direct, if you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommended and sold by Knob lauch Drug Co., Inc. BISBEE G-AS PLANT MAY GET RECEIVER Tonian Swallows Poison; IsTo Bonfires Allowed in Town; Wedding a Secret Bisbee, Ariz, Oct 20. The L,os Ange les Trust & iSavings bank, holding an Indebtedness of $44,000 against the Bisbee Light & Power company, has applied for 'a receivership and the court will take action on October 24. The plant of the Bisbee Light & Power com pany is valued at over $110,000. Myrle Layman swallowed several an tiseptic tablets, but was saved by the prompt use of a stomach pump. T. Bobbin was struck by a large boulder while at work in the Oliver shaft. Bobbin extricated himself from beneath the boulder and debris under which he was half buried and was taken to the hospital, where it was found that he was badly Injured about the legs. While attempting to board a moving car, David Rodgers was struck by the vehicle and thrown on the road below the railway track, where he was found unconscious. He was taken to the hos pital. It is feared that concussion of the brain may result. While riding at a lively trot, S. Ro senstein collided with a boy on a bi cycle. Rosenstein and the boy fell and were injured, the latter fainting, having struck his head against a rock. Julio Numoz, a prominent Mexican of Naco, died here. In view of the frequent bonfires '"n all sections of the town, marshal Wat kins stated that he will enforce the city ordinance against suoh amuse ments, permitting bonfires only out side of the city. According to cattlemen coming here from Sonora, the quarantine establish ed by the United States government against cattle affected with "ticks" is causing hardships to many people who were ready to ship many head of cat tle across the line. The local fire department has been informed that there -will be no hose race at the fair in Phoenix this 3-ear. .This news has caused great disappoint ment, as preparations for the race were being made here and a team was prac ticing for the event. After having been kept stlrictly se cret for a time, it was announced yes terday that iliss Lillian Ross of this city was married to S. G. Slanberry in Corsicana, Texas, during July last. H. Poppen defeated "W. B. Gohring in the tennis contest for the Nottman cup at the Country club. A theatrical entertainment, followed by a dance, was given by amateurs in Naco, Sonora, in order to raise money for the erection of a Catholic church in that town. The Vienna Bakery company was purchased by J. R. Pillow, who former ly conducted a restaurant in Bisbee. POSTOFFICE SITE INSPECTOR COMING Schedule Provides for His Arrival Here Within Two Weeks. Washington, D. C. Oct. 20. James C. Plant, superintendent of the com puting division of the office of the supervising architect of the treasury, will be in Cl Paso sson to insp-ct sites for the proposed new postoITice. Superintendent Plant sails from New York and goer direct to New Orleans. He has 15 siteu to Investigate and re port upon; and It will take from one to three days 1o make report at each place. In Texas he will visit Bay City, Del Rio, Yoakum, 131 Paso ani Amarillo; and expects to go from. San Antonio direct to EI Paso. Then he goes to Las Cruces. then wishes to go to Fort BaysJrd for a day; thence goes to Douglas, Globe and Tucson. It may be from three to four weeks before he Is able to -reach Arizona. Superintendent Plant will visit Phoenix and the Grand Canyon and return via Albuquerque, thence to Las Vegas and Amarillo, Texas, probably his last stopping place before return ing east; unless .be business ofEl Paso RETURN OF GREATEST Prices Always 10 and 25 Cents. Ca--;::? " - will be the Second of the Series of Store Events Promised You. Watch for Details. Imp 's B B Underwear of the ; fMffl TorestMillsKindW' 1 H ; For women, misses I j f iBfJS : and children we&t lllliiifl mmm-' offer a fuU rane II' II I lilsil WWf of sizes andgrades jI ! 1 I 1 wSm The sale of women's Mil lii i i3if I H suits is again tomor- mMO II j JJIRlll JiCalisherDrjr Goods CdcorpoiraiedJ 107-111 North Stanton Street requires a second visit there to close work at that city. He hopes to be back in Washington before Christmas to make his report to the secretary of the treasury. Superintendent Plant has a son run ning on the division of the Southern Pacific railroad from San Antonio to A little Diapepsin will pronifptly regulate any bad Stomach. Tou can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of Indigestion or Dyspepsia, or that your food will fer ment or sour on your stomach, if you Will talvft a little ntfltinncln J Your meals will taste good, and any thing you eat will be digested; nothing can fermenj; or turn into acid or poi son or stomach eras, -whioh ranw? 1 Belching, Dizziness, a feeling of full ness alter eating, Nausea, Indigestion (like a lump of lead in stomach). Bil iousness, Heartburn, Water brash. Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms. Headaches from the stomach are ab- iDUn SOUR, GASSY, UPSET STOMACH WILL FEEL FINE IN FIVE MINUTES. THE AGE OF OAK Embraced the fifteenth, sixteenth, and part of the seventeenth centuries. We have Pratt & Lambert's Gil Oak Stain. Johnson Js Oak Dyes, Japalac Oak Varnish Stains. Pratt & Lambert's Nukote Varnish Stains. Tattle Paint 1 Glass Co. Carload HENRY CUT RATE 309 S. El Pavo St. Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. kird? a VIV Harness Cutlers mzmrzamz5T&K:Xa THE 0RGINAL MAJESTIC COMPANY usicat Comedy With New scenery SHOW ON EARTH FOR THE MONEY Change of We Announce for Next Week the Most Extraordinary Oc currence of the Season. This El Paso amd hopes to have his corn- pany when he travels over that di vision. iliss Mina S. Everett, recently from Mexico City, has been the guest of Mrs. L. S. Frankenburger, of 1013 Ne vada street. solutely unknown where this effective remedy is used. Diapepsin really does all the work of a healthy stomach. It digests your meals when your stom ach can't. A single dose will digest all the food you eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour and upset the stomach. Get a large 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking now, and in a little while you will actually brag about your healthy, strong Stomach, for you then can eat anything and every thing you want without the slightest discomfort or misery, and every par ticle of impurity and uas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away witnout the use of laxatives or any other assistance. Should you at this moment bo suf fering from Indigestion or any stom ach disorder, you can eet relief -within five minutes. Full Stock Winchester, Kemington, Savage, Marlin and Stevens Eifles and Shot Griuio, Febiger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot Guns. Many other new goods. Call and see them. SEELT02T-PAYNE AEMS CO. EL PASO, TEXAS. MOHR HARDWARE Tools, all Tents O'? Taln Ktc LXmJ!kL rIGHT IN and Effects Bill Monday and Thursday Nights