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HERALD Tuesday, December 10, 1912 El Paso's Largest Grocery The Mail Order House of the South west. Send us Your Orders 100 lb. saak Fancy Burbank Irish Potatoes d -t d r. ?i.uu Tor 100 lb. sack Fancy Onions Iof IMPERIAL FLOUR- 24 lb sack for 4S lb. sack for 98 lb. seek $1.50 90c $1-75 IMPERIAL CORN MEAL 8 3-4 lb. sack f E for dtDC tt;.!a. 50c Zlh:.. $1.00 Pure Creamery Butter, Af par posnd TfViC Chase and Sanborn's Coffees, the World's Best, per lb. yt C ..tw 3 cans Extra Standard OP. .JK Kneedit 35c, 40c and. 3 cans Extra ! Fall Pack Tomatoes for. Purer and 10 lb. Call $1.35 Better than J 5 lb. Can 70C Lard ( 3 lb. can 45c We carry the finest, freshest and most complete line of Fruits and Vegetables in the city. Grape Nuts, Q New Seeded Rabins, Currants, CH- 2pkgs.for &DC tron Qnge aad Lemon Ped, ?&? ........SSC BoOed -Crystalized Fruits, Imperial Breakfast Food," O C Nuts Oranges, Figs, Date;, etc, very fine, 20c, 2 for uDC just received. Christmas shipment of genuine Yamato Japanese Baskets, Vases, Lamps,' Lamp Trays, etc., just re ceived. Better make your selections early. Durkee's Salad Dressing, njj 15c sad e50C Bottles. Beechnut Peanut Butter OP 10c, 20c and OOC Sices. New Pack Asparagus, gn can, 5c, 20c, 25c and 5UC New Pack, Thick Sliced Hawaian Pineapple, can, 15c, Sf 20c and uUC Extra Fine Quality. We ship our Groceries in Oar Lots Direct and sell them to you direct-Fresh and Fine and also save you the Middleman's Profit. Again We Say. Our Telephones (We have Four) are kept mighty busy these mornings, so if you please telephone your orders in the afternoon for your next day's need and we can surely give you better service. THE MOST MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE MOVING PrC- TURL nDU3tin inc iuuinntji -- m r nffiaa 1 , HE N F?KtE & yXtttXr I BWis ssaa tu- a i ANEW shipment' of linoleum has Just come in. Both the hardwood and tile patterns are shown, in both the priiitedand inlaid qualities. This season of the year is the recognized time for improvements around the house. If the linoleum in your kitchen, bathroom or hall is badly worn and shabby, replace it now. This new shipment of ours offers you a wide choice in hpti patterns" and grades. ' que Theatre y mm EL PASO .ri lR eflouj fURNISHING Co. a - i f U o 8EST VENTIUATED. CUEANES7 .AND t35T COWCXIABLL What Is and What Js Not Liver Medicine? mm A GOOD PROGRAMME TODAY IMP, GEM AND ECLAIR Tomorrow Animated Weekly, giving the week's current events, as follows: Also a good two reel "101" Bison Feature, and another big two reel "Powers" feature, with a good" "Victor" Comedy, coming Friday. Eemember the Unique opens at 11 a. m. every day. Animated Weekly No. 39 Released Dec. 4, 1912. LORD MAYOR'S PROCESSION A Magnificent Parade in London. ATHLETES COMPETE AT ITHACA The Harvard Tpam Wins the Intercollegiate Cross-Country .Run at Ithaca, N. Y. PARIS FASHIONS The Weekly Faohion Hint From the Paris Shos. A SPECTACULAR FIRE The Union Sulphur Company's Plant Is Destroyed by Fire at V iHiamsburg, N. Y. PENNSYLVANIA TRAIN WRECK Four Persons Are Killed and Fifty-Five Injured When a Pennsylvania Fast Train Crashes Through a Bridge at Glen Loch, Pennsylvania. YALE-HARVARD GAME Thirty-Five Thousand People See the Yale-Harvard Elevens. Battle for the Cham pionship at New Haven, Connecticut. A QUAINT CEREMONY The 'Tillicums,M Seattle's Famous Indian Fraternity, Celebrate Founder's Day Unveiling a Bronze Monument of Chief Seattle. FREE MASONRY Hon. Mark Lockwood, Prov. Grand Master of- Essex, Assists in the Laying of a Cornerstone at Clacton. England. TESTING LARGEST GUN The Official Test of the New Fourteen-Ineh Gun at the Sandy Hook Proving Grounds. (By Special Permission of United States Government.) ULSTHE DAY , The Orange Battalions Have Tlieif Annual Parade at Liverpool, England. WHOTS WHO IN STAGELAND EDDIE FOY. . And the Seven Little Foys at Their Home, Yonkers, New York. , SsgSU. j.. J acKSoii-Dtanciar Grocery Company 208-210-212 Mills Stret. These are questions to which a large majority of newspaper readers would like satisfactory, straightforward answers. Why? Because about ninety per cent of Americans need and use Liver Medicines. The Liver is the "Housekeeper" for the human body, and with our hurried way of living, quick lunches, late hours "and sometimes too much eating and drinking, we overload poor old Stomach. The Liver, as "Honskeeper," gets lazy and neglects its work. It is then when you feel all out of sorts, tongue coated, head aching, stomach swollen, and generally miser able, that you need Liver Medicine to arouse old "Housekeeper" Liver to duty, it's time to clean up and get the "house" your whole bodily system in order. What -to take and what not to take is then the question. DONT TAKE , CALOMEL to NAUSEATE, GRIPE and SICKEN, and besides it must be followed by sickening CASTOR OIL, SALTS or nasty tasting MINERAL WATERS. Ugh! Don't take Saline Purgatives that only dynamite the Bowels and nearly always leave the unfortunate user worie off because of their constipating after effect than before they were taken. REMEMBER THE DONTS. Take PODOLAX for the Liver, as it is a guaranteed remedy for the Liver, Stomach and Kidneys. PODOLAX takes the place of Calomel, Salts, Castor Oil and nasty tasting Mineral Waters. PODOLAX does not.gripe nor sicken. It tastes good and is guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or your money back. There is only one PODOLAX. Beware of. substitutes and dealers who try tp sell, them! PROTEST AGAINST CANAL TOLL BILL British Minister of Foreign Affairs Con tends Anti-Trnst Law Does Not Apply to English Ships. Washington, D. C, Dec. 10. Great Britain's formal -note of protest against that section of the Panama canal set which exempts American coastwise ship ping from payment of tolls for passing through the Panama canal was present ed to secretary Knox by the British am bassador. James Bryee. In brief the objections are: That while it was clearly in violation Catarrh Cannot Be Cured l LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u tfcer cannot reach i seat of Use disuse. Catarrh Is & Mood or ceasti- tatloaal rtlspafy. aad m order to core ft you oust Ute oicroaj reaesies. nan's uiarra ire a taxes n temalir. aad acts directly upon tbe blood and mscoss ecrfaces. Hall's Catarrti Cure to not a quack znsdi riae It tras prescribed by one ot tbe beat pfcysWans is country for years and is a reeular creseriDttcn. : eoopoacd of tbe best tonics known, combined : tbe best blood parsflers. acting directly on tbe 3CS surfaces. Tbe Derfect combination of tbe i tasredients is what produces such wonderful re- ts ta cense catarrh. Send for testimonials, tree. . T.J CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. By Drnsstets. price 5r its many lias lor consupation. of the Hay-Pauneefote treaty either to remit or refund tolls on all American shipping using the canal, the same object probably would apply to the coast wise trade shipping in view of the prob able impossibiiitv of framing regula tions that would not result in a prefer ence to American ships. ' In addition to supporting these points by long arguments, sir Edward Grey, British minister of foreign affairs, au thor of the document, 'indicates clearly that strong resistance will be offered to any attempt to exclude; from the canal British ships owned by Canadian rail roads, or whose owners may be guilty, of violating the Sherman anti-trust act. He holds that this section of the act cannot apply tp British shipping, but only to a United States vessel. He indicates that underlying the ob jection to the exemption from toll of American coastwise snips is an apprehen sion that in tbe future the principle might be extended to cover American shins' in the foreign trade. Otherwise the note is devoted almost entirely to an effort to demonstrate that any such exemption of American ship ping as is nrooosed is in direct conflict with the terms of the Hay-Pauncefote treaty, and that president Taft was clearly wrong when he took the contrary view. Your Collars! Your Neighbor's Collars your son's collars EVERYBODY'S COLLARS should be sent to the Elite Laandry! Because' we're doing better Collar Work than has ever been done here before. Give our Collar Work a trial ihi week. Phone 2177, Elite Laundry Sanitary and Fireproof . 412-414 S. Oregon St. charge: match company with violating chh.d labor law Madison, WIs Dec 10. A suit alleg ing 221 specific violations of the child laoor law by tbe Diamond Match com pany, for which fines aggregating ?22, 400 are asked, has been filed by the Wisconsin Industrial commission. The commission says the match company employs a large number of children "be tween tbe ages of 14 and 16 years. It is charged among other things that some of these children were permitted to I work more than the maximum limit of eignt nours a day. une complaint-treats each day's alleged violation as a sep arate offence, the maximum fine pos sible being $100 for each specific violation. TROOPER, IS ACCIDEXTAJjIYx- SHOT BY HIS COMRADE Trooper Tilkington, of C troop, 13th cavalry, was shot in the foot at the Ysleta camp of the 13th Monday eve ning. The shooting was accidental. Private Tilkington's bunkie was clean ing his pistol when a cartridge ex ploded and the ball plowed a neat lit tle furrow through Tilkington's- right foot. He was taken to Ysleta from the cavalry camp and is now being cared for there. Spirits for Rheumatism The use of spirits in the treatment of rheumatism has proved an innova tion among the medical profession. When mixed with certain other ingre dients and taken properly it is said to be an almost infallible cure for rheu matism and backache. Here Is the formula: "From your druggist get one ounce of Toris compound (in original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Sarsaparilla compound. Take these two ingredients home and put them into a half nint of good whiskey. Shake the bottle and lake a table spoonful before each meal and at bed time " Results come immediately. If vour druggist does not have Toris com pound in stock he will get it in a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't be influenced to take some patent medicine instead of this. Insist on having the genuine Toris compound in the original one ounce sealed yellow package. SORE FEET. Corns. Callouses. Bun ions Frost Bites, Aching and Sweat F?et A spoonful of Calocide in thf .foot-bath sis instant relief Get a ?c box at an drug store. Adv. UOTIEHDIOI OF THIIDJO LEE Is Being Relieved on Border Patrol by Second Squad ron of 2d Cavalry; . The second squadron of the Second cavalry will relieve the third squadron of tbe Third cavalry under command of Maj. Arthur Thayer at the border patrol. Troops E, G, and H of the Second cavalry, under command of Capt. John P. Wade, will leave Fort Bliss this afternoon, marching to their border patrol stations. Troop F will leave at the same time but will go by rail as far as Marfa, Tex.. xand then to its station at Candelaria. Troop E and headquarters will be sta tioned at Love's ranch. Sierra Blanca. Tex. Troop G at Carroll's rancl Fin lay, Tex., and troop H at Fort Han cock. Tex. The squadron will be ac companied by six wagons of equip ment. A member of the hospital corps is attached to each troop, as follows: Private Charles " E. Stewart, to troop E; private Robert F. Wallace, to troop F; private Martin J. Armstrong, to troop G, and private Julius I. Frederick, to troop H. As soon as it is relieved, the third squadron of the Third cavalry will go to Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex. Officer to Run Steeplechane. All of the army officers are re quired to rido the steeplechase before the end of the year. The ride is re quired to be over a courpe of "three miles, containing six hurdles three feet high, and three ditches, nine feet wide, and must be- covered in 11 minutes. As most of the horses be longing to the Second cavalry are youiig animals and new to army work, the officers are endeavoring to train their mounts to be ready for the steeplechase, which will be run some time during the last of this month. Cavalry Promotions. A number of promotions haTe oc curred among the enlisted men of the Second cavalry. Corporal Marion F. Shepherd has been promoted' to be sergeant of troop B; first sergeant Thomas F. Crahan, of troopp K, Is ap pointed regimental color sergeant. In troop K, lance corporal Charles P. Dugan has been promoted to be cor poral; private Monte N. Haywood and private Hiram M. Franklin have been appointed corporals. Corporal Richard Dome, of troop F, has been, reduced at his own request to tne grade of private. Dome has been the post ox change steward, and asked to be re dur.fid In crad and transferred to f troop A, so as to retain his position at the post exchange, nis troop us ing ordered out on border patrol duty. Voluntarily Accepts Rednctlon. Corporal James F. Ryan, or troop K, has been reduced at his own re quest to the grade of private. Ryan being an exceptionally good cook, his troop mates desired him to be troop cook, which carries with it a bigger sum of money than Is drawn by a corporal. The Fort Bliss Moose lodge No. 1178 will meet at the Kl Paso Moose lodge rooms Tuesday night Connecting Fort With Sewer. An eight-inch sewer, a mile and a half Ions, is being laid back of the of ficers' quarters at Fort Bli6s by Jen nings & Woods. This line is to cost about $1,000 and is to connect with the sewer laid in September to connect the post with the city sewerage sys tem. Post Personal Mention. Capt. Robert J. Reaney, regimental quartermaster of the Fourth cavalry when it was stationed at Fort Bliss, has been assigned to the command of B troop. Second cavalry. First Lieut. J. F. Taulber will join the Second cavalry from Alcatraz, Calif First Lieut James A Mass has been trdnferred from the Second cavalry to the Sixth cavalry, stationed at Fort Des Moines.' First Dieut. Robert McC. Beck jr., is transferred to the Second cavalry. He has been Instructor in military tactics at the college of St. Thomas In St. Paul, ' Minn. Second Lieut. Kenna. Eastham has returned from a leave of absence and has joined B troop. Second cavalry. He has been in Harrisonburg, Va. Daily Concerts. Concerts are given Monday, Wed nesday and Friday afternoons on the parade ground by the Second -cavalry band, and on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at the Second cavalry camp. The band has a new snare .drum player, Wilbur Delver, who has been transferred to the Second cavalry band from Fort Logan, Colo. All Have Horses. All of the troops ' of the Second cavalry are now fully equipped with horses.' In" fact some of the troops have more horses than men. The regi ment is new ready for any kind of service. "'" Lieut. Steever Transferred. Lieut Edgar Z. Stsever ot the 2Stb infantry, has been, transferred to the 11th infantry. Liaut Steever is a son of 'den. E. Z. Steever, commander ot the department of Texas. His new station wtl! be at Fort D. A." Russell, Wyoming. SAYS TOBACCO KING DECLARED HE WAS AFTER THE CONSUMER New York, X..Y., Dec 10 "The con sumer is the man I am after." These words were attributed to James B. Duke, the tobacco magnate, by Albert H. HtUnian. a tobaceo jobber, who was a witness in the $300,000 damage suit Drought bv John E. Locker, of Brooklyn, against the American Tobacco company. Hillruan said ha protested that jobbers conld not stand an advance in prices and Duke replied: "Raise vour price to the retailer. Let the retailer raise his price to the con sumer. The consumer is the man I am after. If .the retailers won't raise prices we will, and have retaiLstores of our own." IMMIGRATION TO QUAY IS GROWING Many Families Who Had Left the Coun ty Are Returning to Shore In the New Prosperity. Tucumcari. N. M Dec 10. Many new families and a number of those who had left the country on account of former dry years, are coming into this county seeking homes. Virgil and John Eubanks, of Amarlllo, Texas, have filed upon claims in tbe county. John R. Wallen ha.s filed on 320 acres of land near Rana. Fred Wedrick, of Am arlllo, was looking for a farm In Quay county. Alfred Horton and family, formerly of Hempstead. Texas, have settled in the county. Felix G. Fuller, from Butler, Oklahoma, is seeking a farm. Tom Stuts and family, who for merly lived in the county, have returned looking for a home. The school directors in Tucumcari have decided to close school for the Christmas holidays on December 80. re opening school Monday. January 6. thus allowing two full weeks vacation. George W. Tost vity alderman, and several others from this city are hunt ing bob cats along the Canadian river In the north portion of the county. Bob cats and wolves are said to be espe cially plentiful this winter and several local persons are making a paying busi ness hunting them for the furs and bountv. Clif Randall, living in the county, caught two wolves and a bob cat this week in a trap. The price of rabbits In the local mar ket has gone up, the demand from out side firms, who .have been extensively advertising for thousands of them, hav ing been the cause. Last week the es tablished price for the animals in quan tities, five cents, was raised to seven cents, with the demand unsatisfied Among those who have shipped tur keys into Tucumcari last week from the county towns were P. E. Long ana S. F. Marshall, of Endee. MIAMI, ARIZ.. BOOMING: MONEY TO THROW AWAY Miami, Ariz., the great new copper camp, has a great future, according to R. D. Wood. "A new building is started every day,' says he, "and sometimes j two or more new stores or saloons an opened on the same day There are no Chinese restaurants in the town, but there are no less thaa 2 white eating places- Prices are naturally 'way up. Only a month ago eooks were offered ?6 per day and board, while waiters were receiving $3.50. But this brought sueh an influx of kitchen mechanics that wages are now more normal. "The Miami mines ije the Inspiration and the Miami. The Miami is pledged to spend $30,000,000 witbin the next 10 vears, whil- tile prograii-of the Inspira tion promises almost its large an ex penditure."' Miami is in a fair way to become no torious as one of the lew 'wide open towns left on the map, according to Mr. Wood. He s&vb that most of the sa- loons, which are open all night, have three or more card tables, while in sev eral of them roulet and faro outfits are in full swing in rooms upstairs. WILSON WILL MAKE THREE SPEECHES BEFORE IXATGTJRAL Hamilton, Bermuda, Dec. 1ft. Being governor of a state and preparing to be president of a nation both at the same time. Is sufficient to keep any man busy, remarked president elect Wilson when he announced that he positively would make no more speak ing engagements before March 4. The president elect accepted three invitations long before he was elected, and these three he will keep. He will speak before the Southern society of New York; Dec 17; at the jubilee cele bration at his birth place, Staunton. Va., on his birthday. Dec 28, aad at tbe banquet of the Commercial club of Chicago, Jan. 11. Jhe governor leaves Saturday morn ing and is due in New York. Monday. Dec 16. He intends to go directly to Princeton. T want to belo Mrs. Wilson in. L pack," he said, and get household things settled again. Solid gold rings with precious stones at half price at Kline's Curio Shop. Adv. A Skin of Bbauty is a ffl.fl8' , T. Felix Gouraud'a Oriental Croom or Magical Boautiflor. BesaTes Taa. Ptaptss, Fresklej. Moth JiUZu, PfiiH. al Skla DlMises. iaa ETCfy w inn a beauty. &d d& Em detection. It bn stood the twt of 64 too, ud U o eirmlesa we tutelttobeicrelt Is properly csde. Aecwx no cooittr felt cf elBBu use. Sr. L. A. SaTra Bla to. DR i S A vK ROBBERS GET $20,000 FROM S. P. TRAIX Vi CALIFORNIA. Bakersfleld, Calif., De"t. 10. Twenty thousand dollars in gold was the haul of two -robbers who held up the ex press car of the Sunset western train bound from Bakersfield for Taft, Cali fornia, last night. The money was consigned to the First National bank or Taft by the First National bank of Bakersfield. It was not placed In the express safe. , M. W. Hamby, the express messen-' ger, was Ipjured about the head, but physicians 'ho examined him declared th.t ne was apparently not seriously hurt. T rnTncsesd Hnnrnnd'c Cream U ! hincfal ef B U f spoonful .T :. ... t . 1.. A,, ..M. !..... B.U, . ..M.V. I A A .U... .... OoodsfleStrt to tte- TJaHed Suits, Cnada tod Bnrope. KBD.T.HSFURS, Pre?, 37 fefesSteAfinrToi The Wretchedness f Constipation Cea quietly be oTccome by CARTER'S LITTLE , LIVER PILLS. Purely vegetable ttt surely and Ready on the liver, dire BSiousiejs, Head ache, Dizzi cess, and Icdigesbon. They da that duty. Small PHI, Small Due, Small Price Genuine nmatxar Signature j3ng3b "V. mm&CixR trm trtrrSm '" j&SEsSgr ISlVPE? At SPILLS. -Z7Z , c T0ZFZ KP?33SJW3SfiI93?5RB HO.NEST ADVICE TO CO-VSLMPTIVES Somehow there exists a vast amount of scepticism as to the possibility of curing Consumption. We state none but facts, and are sincere in what we It we were afflicted with Tuberculo sis we should do precisely what we ask others to do take Eckman's Al terative promptly and faithfully. The reason we should do this and warrant we have for asking all Consumptives to take it. is that we have the reports of many recoveries, one of which fol lows: 3 619 Susquehanna Ave.. Phila., Pa. "Gentlemen: For two years I waa af flicted with hemorrhages of the lungs, the number totaled nearly one hundred. Our family jlhyslcian advised another climate, as to remain would probably be fatal. However. I remained, and in February of 1902, I was taken with a severe attack of pneumonia. When I recovered sufficiently to walk about the house I was left with a frightful hacking cough, which no medicine I had taken could alleviate. It was at this time, March, 190J, that I learned of and started taking Eckman's Altera tive. In a short time my couch was gone and I was pronounced well. Since that time I have had two slight at tacks of pneumonia and I have resorted to no other medicine to effect a re covery. "I am at present In excellent health and feel that as long as I can Obtain Eckman's Alterative. I have no fear of Consumption. I cannot speak too highly for tbe good it has done." (Signed) HOWARD L KLOTZ. Eckman's Alterative is effectixe in Bronchitis. Asthma, Hay Fever: Throat and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding the system Does not contain poisons, opiates or hablt-formir.g drugs. For sale by Kelly & Pollard. Knoblauch Drug Co., Peoples' Drug Store, and oth er leading druggists. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries and write to F.ikman l.aboiatoi . Philadelphia. Pa.. for additional ovldenrp Advertisement "Anxious Wife" Give 10 to 15 drops of the follow mg'in water an hour be fore each meal and vour child will soon be cured of bed-wetting: Comp. fluid balmwort. l tz.; tincture cubebs, 1 dram, tincture rhus-aromatic, 2 drama. "La Rue" writes. "For many years I have suffered with stomach stnd bowel trouble which has been caused by a se vere case of catarrh. My blood is also in poor condition. What can be done for me?" Answer: If vou follow tbe directions lsoy or the Jarau given below you will soon be well and -AsToSSei strong again. Obtain the following irom anv weii-stocKea arag swro turn mix by shaking well, then take a tea- four times daily: byrup sarsaDarilla comp. 4 ozs.. comp. fluid balmwort. 1 oa, fluid ext. Buchu. 1 oa. Use in connection with this the follow ing local treatment: Get a S-oa. pack age of antiseptic vilane powder and make a catarrh balm by mixing one ounce of lard or vaseline with a level teaspoonful of the powder and use in the nostrils daily. Also make a wash of one pint of warm water and one-hair teaspoonful of Vilane powder and use turn nw threw times a. d&V Until the nostrils are thoroughU cleansed and I your trouble will soon be gone. "Eleie M." writes: "I have such ' short, stringy, strangling hair and m scalp is full of dandruff. Please advis what to do." The Doctor's Answers On Health and Beauty Questions By DR. LEWIS BAKER The questions answered below are general In character, the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers win apply to any case of similar nature. Those wishing further advice free, may address Dr Lewis Baker, College Bldg College-Blwood Sts., Dayton. O.. enclosing self-addressed stamped en velope for renlv. Full namft anrt afl. I dress must be given, but only initials or iictmous name will be used in my answers. The prescriptions ari z& filled at any well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler time and you will soon be entirely cured of that disagreeable disease, rheumatsim. Purchase 2 drams of iodide of potassium; one-half ounce of wine of colchicum; 4 drams of sodium salicylate; 1 oz. comp. Iuld balmwort. 1 oz. comp. essence cartMol; and 5 ozs; of syrup sarsaparilla. This has cured thousands and I am sure it win cure you. Musician" asks: "Can you tell me now to overcome a broncnlal troubBB which manifests itself after singing, bv a tickling in the throat, hoarseness and a slight cough?" Answer: Obtain a bottle of essence mentho-laxene and use It pure, or make Into a cough, syrup by mixing wttn ordinary granulated sugar syrup or honey. Directions for use and hnxt -to make accompany 'the package. It rouses a iuii prat or effective pleasant cough syrup and cures all throat and bronchial trouble. "Mrs. G. B." writes: "I suffer agreat deal with stomach disorders. Heavy feeling after eating, heart palpitation, wind, and gas on stomach, etc. Am rest less and irritable. Afraid to eat a hearty meal. Sometimes great pain I fear appendicitis." Answer: The neglect of constipa tion and indigestion is the most fre quent cause of appendicitis. It Is better to prevent than to ctrre by an opera tion. I advise that you obtain tablets triopeptine and take according to direc tions accompanying sealed carton. The are pink, white and blue to be taken morning, noon and night respectively I thiak many cases of aopendicitis could be prevented b using triopeptine intelligently. "Mrs, C C" writes: "Can you pre scribe a. tonic for one who is sleep less, nervous, hysterical, thin aad grt ting thinner. Have little appetite and am restless day and night." Answer: The following if used for several weeks will gradually restorf and strengthen your nervous system Compound syrup of hyoophosphltes. 5 oss.; tincture cadoraeue, 1 ox. (not car- aamon) mix. shake well ana take a horoh f..l strasrirlrne it restores a soft , teaspoonful before each meal fluffv appearance, and brings back th i .' -,, , ... . .. , intense natural color. a i Miss C K." writes: "I am burdened intense natural coior. , wHh foo much fju wouW Uke a "Hazelle" says: "I would certainl j safe treatment prescribed.'" appreciate something that would in- j Answer: I would not recommend tho crease my weight and take awa-v that ora,,,.,. ablets and pills for obesity. languid feeling which I an subject t I but hre , a uick acting formula that most of the time M blood t eak ll,Hl.rii,hM ht. . r.dnntians ami and watery and m appetite is poor never causes ill feeling Aromatic imirar. Your condition is very easily overcome if ou will follow the directions given oeiow .vsk your arue- Answer: The best -advue 1 can offer is simple. Get at a well stocked drug store a 4 oz. jar of plain yellow mlnyol. directions accompanying, and use it regularly It promotes a healths.. virnmui e-rowth of hair and cures ,,5U trU f.iiirr hf' If the hair is damon) Mix. shake well and take ?ist for three-eram hpo-nuclane tab lets and take according to the direc tions and your weight will increase These tablets promote assimilation, absorption and aid digestion, transform the complexion and figure. They are prescribed bv phvsicians and are per fectly harmless The should be taken regularly for several months and you a AnAnA iinAn omlninr f1ih nnri ttiftt languid feeling will vanish completely. ' "D E. G "' writes: "My rheumatism is getting worse all the time I am get ting so stiff that it makes it very hard for me to get around Answer: Do not worry about jour rheumatism as that can be very easll cured by using the following: Get at the drug store the Ingredients named and mix thoroughly and take a tea spoonful at meal time and again at bd elixir a ozs . arlvcol arbolene 1 oz Shake -well in a bottle and take a tea- r spoonful after each meal for three days. Double tne aose tnereaner Continue several weeks or months as the case may require. - "Poor H " writes: "My health is ven poor on account of a long-standing con stipation. 1 have to use pills or some thing all the time. Can you prescribe something to take that will cure chronic constipation?" Answer: Constipation is probably the cause of more illness than any other thing Most remedies only relieve the trouble and never cure I alwiys pre scribe three-grain sulpherb tablets not sulphur tablets), and have found them most reliable and gradually curative The act pleasantl iid tone up the bowels and liver, while purifying th blood . . . Send $1 00 for Dr Lewis Baker"! Book on Halth & Beauty Adv.