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X PASO HERAXD
3Mday, October 11, 1912
"SCHOOLS ARE NOT RUN RIGHT"
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College Course For Girls Not Essential
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Capital and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,300,000
This is an attractive
appealing to the up-to-date
It has the stylish
"snap and go" that
is becoming to the
business man and
OUR OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
W. W. Turnej, President.
S. T. Turner, Vice President.
W. Cooley, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Vice President.
H. Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Assistant Caohics
J. H. Pollard.
B. M. Worsham.
H. D. Bowman.
E. 3f. Bray.
J. E. Robertson.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
Sig. N. Schwabe, Assistant Cashier.
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tect yoa and the reputation
good value garments which wSl give good wear and
Adier Js Collegian Clothes
These well known clothes, suits and overcoats sell at
from $15 to $35, and are the standard of good dress and
good wear everywhere.
C HAT & CLOTHING CO. 4
NEW CLUBHOUSE TO
E WELL EQUIPPED
El Paso Contractors Are
Pushing Work on Building
at Camzozo ; Cost $16,000.
Carrisoso, X. M, Oct. lL Buperin
tendent J. S. Harris; of the contract
ing firm of Jolly ft Ware, of El Paso,
which has the contract for the fine
new BL P. ft S. W. railroad clubhouse
here, is pushing the work en the
structure. It is to be uptodate every
way and will oast $16,008. The build
ing xs to be 40 by 100 feet, one story
and basement, concrete and brick be
ing the material. The finish will be
pebble dash. Wide porches will sur
round the building.
The basement will contain all kinds
of baths, gymnasium apparatus, bil
liards, pool and bowling alleys. The
main floor will have reading, card
and smoking rooms.
The need of such a clubhouse has
teen greatly felt here and will be
much appreciated by the railroad
The railroad payroll now runs over
$13,000 monthly at this place.
Local real estate men report &
scarcity of houses suitable foe rent
ing and a constantly increasing de
mand. DOUGLAS HOTffl, RAID CASKS
MAY BK HEARD XKXT WXBK.
Douglas, Aria. Oct 1L Assistant
county attorney A. Marry is here today
looking into the Hotel Mexico cases.
He will be joined tomorrow by county
attorney Gilmore and the hearings will
be set probably for early next week.
Trie Oldest Blood Disease
The most ancient history furnislies evidence that mankind suffered -with
Contagions Blood Poison. The disease has come down through all the ages
and is to-day, as it has ever been, a scourge and blight upon humanity.
The symptoms of Contagious Blood Poison are the same as in its earliest
thoroughly purified no sign of the disease is left. Home Treatment Book
and any medical advice free to all who write.
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DANDRUFF. FALLING HI
TGHY SGALP 2S
Save your hair! Danderine destroys dandruff and stops
falling hair at once Grows hair, we prove it.
If you care for heavy hair, that
glistens with beauty and is radiant
with life; has an Incomparable softness
and is fluffy and lustrous you must u ,e
Danderine, because nothing else accom
plishes so much for the hair.
Just one application of Knowlton's
Danderine will double the beauty of
your hair, besides it immediately dis
solves every particle of dandruff; you
cannot hae nice, heaj-, healthy hair
if you have dandruff. This destructive
scurf robs the hair of its lustre, its
:-trength and its very life, and if not
overcome it produces a feverishness
and itching of the scalp; the hair roots 1
Our big stock
It includes every
type and style of
coat light coats,
heavy coats, ulst
belted effects, etc
The new fabrics, plaki and fancy,
are especially pleasing. Wepro
of this store by handling only
WORK STARTS ON
NEW WATER TOWER
"Will Replace One at Santa Rosa
Which Collapsed; Fine Road Is
Being Ballt to Pnerto de Luna.
Santa Rosa, N. M., Oct. 11. Work
has started on the county water sup
ply tower to take the place of the one
which recently collapsed. The new
tower will be of light sandstone, 15
feet high, and surmounted by a water
tank of 10.000 gallons capacity, which
will be used to supply courthouse and
jail, for fire protection to nearby
buildings, and to beautify the plaza.
The convict camp 6n the new Puerto
de Luna road has been moved up the
river to th3 Ellison place, the work
having progressed nearly that far.
This gang is constructing a magnifi
cent piece of road, which is designed
by the state road commission to
eventually form a link in the proposed
Las Vegas to Carlsbad scenic highway.
After the completion of this link, it
is expected that arrangements will be
made to retain the same gang in this
county, and push the road as rapidly
as possible to a connection with the
state highway at Chapelle.
GRADE NEAR NACO
Naco. Ariz., Oct. 11. -The Scott
grading gang is doing extensive work
on the grade, just -west of Naco on
the K. P. ft S. W and will work all
the grades to the San Pedro river.
With the late instalation of much
modern machinery in the smelter, the
"4C company hopes to materially in
crease the monthly output of copper.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
"Five years ago I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of.
and Chamberlain's Tablets cured me."
writes S. F. Fish. Brooklyn, Mich. For
sale by all dealers. Advertisement.
history, but its cure nas now become an accomplished
fact. S. S. S. is anantidoteforthe virus of Contagious
Blood Poison, and cures it in all its forms and stages.
A person who has been cured of Contagious Blood Poi
son by the use of S. S. S. need not fear a return of its
symptoms at any future time. This great medicine
checks the progress of the poison and gradually but
surely all sores and eruptions heal, ulcerated mouth
and throat pass away, the hair stops falling out, copper-colored
splotches fade away, and when the blood is
famish, loosen and die; then the hair
falls out fast.
If your hair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily,
don't hesitate, but get a 25 cent bottle
of Knowlton's Danderine at any drug
store or toilet counter; apply a little
as directed and ten minutes after you
will say this was the best investment
you ever made.
We sincerelv believe, regardless of
everything else advertised that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots of it no dandruff no itching
scalp and no more falling hair you
must use Knowlton's Danderine. If
eventualU why not now' A 25 cent
bottle will truly amaze yju. Adv.
1 WmiBoKsBSSSSti tf .vJBsffi " " is?V y jKfi "$4 till
MKS HENRIETTA RODXAX
JCew Tork, N. Y., Oct 11- Business men have often said that many col
lege graduates are not fitted to entertain positions where they would be
called upon to use their own judgment." says Miss Henrietta Rodman. "The
girls who attend the American schools and colleges are not prepared for wage
earning, homeraakihg and citizenship. The education in the public schools
should be reorganized, also in the colleges, so that our girls will realize that
a feeling of responsibility is one of the responsibilities of life. 'Why a girl
cannot manage on $1000 a year a family of five, is one of the many ques
tions the American girl will then be able to solve."
BOARD GIVES TIME
TO THE CONTRACTOR
Work on East XI Pane School Building
Delayed by Disrate Over Concrete
Next Monday night the city school
board will probably take action to un
wind the skein that prevents the com
pletion of the East 1 Paso school
It is understood that the architects
have found fault with the concrete
floor put in by C. M. Toungberg, the.
general contractor, and stopped his
use of paint on the building's exterior. !
uontempiated action of the school '
board at the present is to give the con-
tractor a stated time to comply with j
the requirements of the architects. In
the event of his failnre to do so. the i
board will either continue the work
using the $6000 of the $21,000 contract
price it has held back, or else require
the bonding company to complete the
IN NEW YORK RACE
Job Elmer Hedges, a presidential
electoral nominee of the Republican
party for New York state. Hedges de
clares that he intends to convince the
people of the state that he is telling
the truth, and he says that when he
has accomplished this feat he will be
PIUEVKXTS BLOODY RKVOLT.
New Orleans, La., Oct 11. Lee Christ
mas, commandant of Puerto Cortez,
Honduras, said today that the inter
vention of the United States in tlje
Nicaraguan revolution had averted tbe
bloodiest general revolt in the history
of Central America.
"If the rebels had won In Nicaragua
the revolution -would have spread to
Honduras, Guatemala, and possibly Sal
vador," said Christmas.
If j on are going to fence, get some
of Lander's treated posts-Adv.
i FORT BUSS BOYS
PREPARE FOR JUBILEE
Dally Praetiee Is Held to Make the
Soldier Program Perfect; Nightly
Band Concerts Held.
Fort Bliss Is preparing for the part
it will take during the i s--Aple Jubilee.
For the review and maueuvtr day, the
second day of the Os-Aple festivities,
when the games will be held at the
post, the stunts which are to be used
by the various companies are being
perfected and drills and practices are
being held to make the program a per
fect one. The riding, which will be
one of the features of the day's pro-
gram, is being gone through witn
daily at the post by both the officers
and the privates, who will participate
in them. With the men the riding.
dismounting, riding standing on the
horses' backs and the various circus
stunts will be pulled off. Also there
will be hurdle races.
The drill to Butt's manual, with the
music of the 22d Infantry band ana
the 22d infantry companies participat
ing, is being practiced daily at the
fort. The battery of artillery which
will drill is now on the range and will
be in good condition to -work out -when
the maneuver day at the fort is held.
Company I, of the signal corps, has
its wireless pole erected at Fort Bliss
and the local post is in communication
with the stations along the border,
which are located near Presidio and
Fort Hachita. The "teiefunken" wire
less pole at Fort Bliss Is about 90 feet
high and is portable, being made of
Squadron B. of the 22d infantry, is
now on the target range. The entire
I regiment has been taking a turn at
I the target practice, which was begun
I over a week ago. Because of the tar
I fret practice, the dress drills which
i were being held by the 22d infantry
twice a week on Tuesdays and Thurs
i days. ha., e been discontinued for the
Nightly, band concerts are being
given on the 22d infantry parade
grounds by the regimental band. The
concerts are held immediately after re
treat, which comes about 5:30 p. m.
The concerts last for about halt an
OapL' Frank Halstead. of the 22d in
fantry, has been at Cox ranch to at
tend the target practice of battery B.
TAKES POSSESSION" OF OHIO
SITK AT EXPOSITION' GROUNDS
San Francisco. Oct 11. Gov. Judson
Harmon of Ohio today took possession
formally of the site selected for the
Ohio state building at the Panama
Pacific International Kxposition in
1915. The formal program of the day
began with a luncheon to the gover
nor, his staff and the Ohio exposition
commissioners, a luncheon being ten
dered Mrs. Harmon at the same time.
United States infantry were paraded.
After the review the formal accept
ance of the Ohio building site at Har
bor View was scheduled.
Our Citizen's Demand
Complied With. An El
Resident FnrBlKhed It.
There are few items which appear
in this paper more important to 1
Paso people than the statement pub
lished below. In the fir3t place, it is
from -a citizen of El Paso and can be
thoroughly relied upon. In he second
place, it indisputably proves that
Doan's Kidney Pills do their work
thoroughly and not temporarily. Read
W. A. Wells, San Antonio St, El Paso.
Texas, says. "I used several boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney trouble
and found them excellent. Some time
ago I began to suffer from weak back
and kidney trouble. Hearing Doan's
Kidney Pills highly recommended, I
got a box and used them as directed.
After using that box and one more I
was entirely cured. Since then I have
had no occasion to nse a kidney medi
cine, as tbe cure has been permanent.
It gives me great pleasure to recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills."
Foi mIa tiv all llljrji "Pi!.. H
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, I
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement
at the head of affairs we ought to
nave one continual Round of Revo
lution on this border. Madero don't
consider an American worth as much
as a mule, and Taft hollers, Run for
Life, while the -Iorgans steal Mex
ico. Better get that span of Mules,
Harness and -wagon at
Myrtle Trading Place
and settle down until next March 4.
If the U. a Senators tell the truth,
there will be some bankers in the
pen and there 'won't be war with
Mexico. Watch this advertising
space and get the news In advance:
also a span of Horses, Wagon and
LAND TO HOMELESS
State Land Commissioner Advances
Xovel Idea to Kaeearage Immigra
tion to Sparsely Settled Sections.
Austin, Tex.. Oct 1L J. T. Robl
son, state land commissioner, wants
the owners of large ranch properties
In Texas to provide free homes for
many thousands of families of poor
people. Mr. Robison's suggestion,
which he makes in a communication
to governor Colquitt, is a novel one.
idea of free homes shall be applied by
the state to its public domain, -which
embraces more than 8,000.000 acres.
Mr. Robison says:
"It is believed large land owners
would receive earlier and larger re
turns on their holdings if they would
divide the lend into, say quarter sec
tions of xo0 acres each, and give free
every fourth tract to some homeless
family on condition that such family
would go upon the land, improve, cul
tivate and actually reside on it for
a short term of jears, than snch own
ers have heretofore received under the
inactive holding policy. This -would
place a new made home for some five
people on every square mile.
"While the large land owners would
be realizing an enhancement in val
ues of adjacent property they would
delight in the conscious pleasure of
a people's gratitude and enjoy tbe sat
isfaction that comes from a kindness
bestowed upon a homeless multitude."
MRS. HEINZE SURE
OF HUSBAND'S LOVE
New York, N. Y.. Oct 1L "I love my
husband, and I can keep him. If a man
is a little inclined to wander from the
path? of strict convention, that should
not be a cause for -worry to his wife.
It only m3k h'm more glad to get
home'. I am very sure that Mr Heinze
MKS. F. AUGUSTUS HEINZE
has no intention of divorcing me."
Such was the manner in which Mrs.
F. Augustus Heinze dismissed the story
that Mr. Heinze and Mrs. Hobart French,
an old friend, had appeared simulta
neously at the same town in Texas.
Only three days before Mr. Heinze s
marriage to his present wife, Mrs.
French made public a declaration that
she had a prior ' cla'm" to his affec
tions and also a part of his wealth.
STATE NATIONAL BANX
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AWD PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MOREHEAD, President. C K. BASSETT, Vice President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst Cashier.
TO DRIVE A NAIL
You must not only hit In squarely on the head once bat you must
also keep hammering until it goes in right.
Ifs the persistent "follow-up" that counts. Spaamodto effort in
any line of activity achieves little result; you can't save much
money tinles yon go about it systematically.
Start with a dollar and a square Jawed resolve to put away a cer
tain percentage of your earnings each week or month, ad yo will
soon have a good sized nest egg for any emergency.
We pay you 4 percent interest, compounded twice a year. Come
In and get acquainted.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO., E! Paso, Texas
H HHEgfSSSsEBxES.. &" KB
Mom to JifaJre
I Better Cough Syrup than I
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A Family Supply, Savins 32 and
A full pint of cough syrup as much
as you could buy for $2.50 can easily
be made at home. Yoa will find nothiHs;
that takes hold of an obstinate cough
more quickly, usually ending it iaeide of
24 hours. Excellent, too, for croup,
whooping couch, ore lungs, asthma,
hoarseness and other throat troubles.
2&is. one pint of granulated sugar with
piut of warm water, and stir for 2
minutes. Put 2 ounces of Fines (fifty
cents' worth) ia a pint bottle, then add
tbe Sugar Syrup. It keeps perfectly.
Take a teaspooaful every one, two or
This is just laxative enough to help
cure a cough. Also stimulates the appe
tite, which is usually upset by a cough.
The taste is pleasant.
The effect of pine and sugar syrup on
tbe inflamed membranes is well known.
Pines is the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway white pine extract,
rich in guajacol and all the natural
healing pise elements. Other prepara
tions will not work in this formula.
The Pines and Sugar Syrup recipe is
now used by thousands of housewives
throughout the United States and Can
ada. The plan has been imitated, but
the old successful formula has never
A guaranty of absolute saiigfaetion, or
money promptly refunded, goes with this
recipe. Your druggist has Pines, or will
get it for vou. If not, send to The
Pines Co, Tt. Wayne, Ind.
BELIEVES THIS WILL
Consumption is a flattering disease
that is one of its chief dangers. Those
-who have it are rarely willing to ac
knowledge the fact If this trouble ia
present, it is no time for trifling. If
a so-called "cold" has long persisted;
if a cough Is present that keeps you
anxious, or any of the symptom are
present such as fever or night sweats,
weakness and loss of appetite, and per
haps some raising of mucusdo the
sensible thing: take Eckman's Altera
tive as Mr. Bettersworth did.
Bowling Green. Ky, R. No. 4.
"Gentlemen: I wish to say for yonr
Alterative that I believe it to be a
medicine of unequaled -value for all
Bronchial and Lung trouble. The Spring
of 1988. I had a severe cough tor six
months. I tried all the medicine that
my doctors recommended to me, but
no results came for the better. I had
night sweats, and would cough and
spit until I got so weak I could hardly
do anything. But at last. James. Deer
ing, of Glasgow Junction, insisted that
I try your medicine. In one week's
time there was quite an improvement
in my condition, and after I had taken
several bottles, I felt aa well as ever
in my life.
I desire the world to know that I
firmly believe that yonr Bckman's Al
terative will cure any case of lung
trouble if taken before the last stage.
I will gladly write personally to any
party wanting information in regard to
to your wonderful medicine." (Sworn
affidavit) A. G BETTERSWORTH.
Eckman's Alterative is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever: Throat
and Lung Troubles and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poison.
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard, Knoblauch
Drug Co.. People's Drug Store, and
other leading druggists. Ask for book
let telling of recoveries, and write to
Kckman Laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa..
for additional evidence. Adv.
Wholesale and Retail
Leon and 2nd Sis.
El Paso, Tex.
ia Orchard Park ealj $250
TOBIK REAL ESTATE
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