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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Feb. 5, 1913
WORK STARTS DH
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Street Jfor St. Ignatius i
Work has started on the construction
"fa new brick church for the congre
gation of St. Ignatius, on Third street.
' .r the corner of Park street, to cost
sj "00- It is to have a frontage of 83
lift on Third street and a depth of 150
'.ft. whi'f the ceiling will be 35 feet
lush In the center, at the entrance,
n ill be a lantern dome belfry, and the
In 'cht to th top of the cross will be
"7". feet The design is Gothic This
Tni'lding adjoins the parochial school
. nd the old hurch building, which will
.- lso be used for school purposes after
thi erection of the new structure. R.
J5 Iavis has the contract.
Sales in Government Hi.
David Gough has sold L. ft. Ahern
Tii 5 four-room house, at the corner ot
"ft etminster and Houston streets, in
Go eminent Hill, for $1800, and the
In Case of An Attack of
If you want
I to dispose of
fa cold at once, so
to leave no
vestige of it, Pe-
runs, should he
taken as foi-
If the cold at
tacks you in the
! latter part of the
day, take a hot
bath and go to
j bed early. Pe
; runa should be
' taken in tea-
i spoonful doses
every half hour.
both before and
S. B. Ilnr'.an. M. D. after the Data
t clnmhus, Ohio. This will un
doubted ! procure a good night's
s'up and th cold will be gone in the
If vou sh-'Ulil gtt up with a cold in
the morning, the best way is to stay
in all daj If the cold is right bad.
abetter remain in bed. Take a tea
snoonful of Peruna every hour during
the da. Keep it right up. Let noth
ing interfere with the medicine. Eat
very little. What Httle you da eat
should be fluid. Hot soup. .Broth.
Malted milk Milk or buttermilk. The
Peruna should be continued all day,
and at ni&ht a hot bath taken Go to
bed early. The next morning your cold
will be gone.
In view of the fact that a cold is
the beginning ot a great many serious
bodily ailments, no one should fail to
heed the above advice. It would- hare
been worth millions to some men to
hae known it. It is of priceless value
to any man or woman.
To nip a cold in the bud, cure It
in a way that it leaves no trace, is
a thing ery rmteh to be desired in
this count r. This would absolutely
prevent chronic catarrh in all forms.
No one would have catarrh of the
noste, throat or lungs, or be troubled
with catarrh of the stomach or kid
revs, if they had treated themselves
in "this manner.
After catarrh has become thorough
7v established or settled in the nose,
throat, bronchial tubes or lungs, it
is better to take the Peruna accord
ing to the directions on the bottle.
After taking a bottle or two, such
people should wrie to The Peruna Co.,
Columfcus, Ohio. No. 56. .Adv. :
Clnsina Out at Cost our
f . V
boin2 Uut or o
Buggies, Harness, Horse Blankets, etc. The entire
stock must go.
Also our Blacksmith Shop for sale All tools and
machinery and general supplies. The oldest estab
lished and best equipped shop in El Paso. It's a bar
gain for somebody.
The Buildings 'Are For Rent.
H. P. Noake, Estate
Corner Overland and Santa Fe Sis.
We have received our line of new
Spring suitings and cordially invite
you to come in and inspect them.
Order your suit now and avoid the
rush later on and your suit will be
ready for you when you want it.
Government Hill company has sold lots
1, 2 and 3, in block 10. of that addition
to Joseph Soltner for $1550. These sales
were made through Austin & Marr.
The Morningside Heights Realty com
pany has sold lots 15 and IS, in block
34. to Ralph V. Davis for $550, and E.
E. Wiseman lots 17 and 18, in block 1,
for $500. The Highlands- Realty com-
11 In Mwt ai Tlichlnnri Pari- fni- SiAA
I These sales were made through the
J Ncwnlan investment company.
Buth BHiidins Site.
Chas. H. Lea veil has sold W. T. Hix-
f son a building site on Kim street, in
Manhattan Heights for $1900. it is in
block 32 and is 100x120 feet.
To Itecoastract Store.
Plans are being drawn by O. H.
Thorman & Co. for the reconstruction
of the store at 218 South El Paso
street, to cost $2000.
Jolly A Ware are building a four
room brick bungalow for John Harvey
in block 107, East KI Paso, to cost $2000.
JUAREZ RACK EXTRIES
FOR THURSDAY, FEB. C. &
First race, selling, 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs Minnie F. SS. Mayer
dale. 90. Wolfrees 93, Camarada 100,
Lavender Lass 108, Layminster 110,
Clint Tucker 110. Henry Williams 110,
Stare 110, Ben Greenleaf 110, Lily Pax
ton 112, Serenade 112.
Second race, sellinsr. 4 year olds and
1 up. 1 mile Freewill 97, Golden Agnes
97. Galene Gale 97. Rake 99, Gift 99,
Lehigh 99. Lotta Creed 102. Silver
Grain 102, Judge Walton 107, Don En
Third race, selling. 3 year oWs and
up, 6 furlongs Velie Forty 93, Motto's
Pride 93. Mazurka 98, Sadie Shapiro 105.
Bum 105. El Pato 107, Phil Connor
lit. Transparent lit, Pedro 119. Zool
Fourth race, seHing, 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs Prince Conrad 104,
Parlor Boy lt4. Just Red 1. Daddy
Gip 106. Hadad 107, Rogon 108, Sir
Alvescot 109, Suffragist 110, Seneca
lllLackrose 113. Furlong IIS.
Fifth race, selling, 3 year olds and
up, S furlongs Holabird 98, Song of
Rocks 103. Ethel Samson 105, Ferro
na 105, Wilhlte 107. Shooting Spray
108. Dave Montgomery 110, Tim Judge
110. Cosgrove 110, Balronia 112. Zink
Sixth race, selling. 3 year olds and up.
1 mile Maizie Giri 102. Fern L. 102.
Black Mate 104. Bit of Fortune 104,
Hatteras 107, John Lotus 10 1, uennie
Eloise 108. Zoroaster 110.
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race, 6 f urlengs, 3 year olds and
up. value 300: Blaze B. (Cavanaugh)
109, 12 to 1, 5 to 1, 2 to 1, won: Luke
Van Zandt (Hill) 94, 7 to 1 5 to 2, 6
to 5, secontt; Ervan (Guy) 108, 16 to 1.
8 to 5 show, third. Time 1:14 4-5. Hori
con. Fair Louise. Viero. Tom G., Gay.
El Toro, Red Widow ran.
Second race, one mile, selling, 4 year
olds and up. value $300: Palma (Rob
bins) 103. 7 to 2. 6 to 5, 1 to 2, won.
Flying (Nathan) 103. 3 to 2. 3 to 5, 1 to
4, second; Silver Grain (Kirschbaum)
108. 8 to 1, even show, third. Time 1:41.
Freewill, Transparent. Royal River, Sa
die Shapiro ran.
Third race, C furlongs, selling, 3 yeat
Olds and UP. value $300; Galene Gale
(Robbins) 106. 4 to 1, 2 to 1, even, won:
Ruth Esther (Kederis) 103. 7 to 1. 3 to
1. 7 to 5. second; Native Son (Guv) 108.
15 to 1, 3 to 1 show, third. Time 1:14 2-5.
Inquieta. Doc Allen. Rio Pecos, Lady
Young, Magda R, Bonnie Bard, Meads,
Commendation, Recover ran.
Fourth race, 6 furlongs, purse, 3 year
olds and up, value $300: Geld of Ophlr
(Robbins) 103, 9. to 2. 6 to 5. 1 to 2,
won: Kootenay (Hill) 98, 9 to 5, 4 to 5.
1 to 3, second: Lackrose (Borel) 111, 13
to 5, 2 to 5 show, third. Time 1:12 1-5.
George Oxnard, WintergreenInsurance
Man. Furlong. Cockspur ran.
Fifth race. 6 furlongs, selling, 3 year
olds and up. value $300: Orimar Lad
(McDonald) 100. 12 to 1. 5 to 1. 2 to 1,
won; Azurla (Hill) 94. 5 to 1, 2 to 1,
even, second; Volsel (Burlingame) 108.
4 to 1. 9 to 10 show, third. Time
1:13 2-5. Evelina, Fanueil Hall, Clint
Tucker. Milt Jones, Ardelon, Cordie F
Charley Brown, Sankey ran.
Sixth race, one mile, selling, 4 year
olds and up, value $300: CaleUtumptan
iMcCabe) 100. 6 to 1, 2 to 1. even, won:
Acumen (Burlingame) 108, 9 to 2, 8 to
5, 4 to 5, second: Can tern (Hill) 105, 16
to 5. 3 to 5 show, third. Time 1:39 2-5
Royal Dolly, Gelico, Gift, Wilhite, Lady
Willie. Jack Ellis ran.
pnhrp slrrlc of Waaonc..
We have an immense stock for you to choose from.
Cr Come in,
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Tuberculosis cured without a penny of money till
one's own doctor pronounces him cured. Call on
Rev. J. M. Spangler at the Orndorff and he will
put you in the way of it.
Russell "Walters Buys Line:
Sons Will Operate It; Ele-'
phants Frighten Horses.
The El Paso Herald's automobile
leaves The Herald office at 3:30
oclock every afternoon, except Sun
days, for all points on county road
and for Las Cruces. The car returns
to El Paso from The Herald's Las
Cruces office (the Postoffice News
stand) at 7:30 p. m. Arrangements
can be made with. Dessauer Bros at
Las Cruces, for delivery of The Her
ald. Mail subscribers in the Mesilla
valley can get The Herald from the
postoffice box immediately after the
auto arrives. Items for the Las
Cruces department will be given
careful attention if mailed to Mrs.
Herbert Yeo, P. O. Box 402. or tele
phoned to her at Phone 273.
Las Cruces, N. St, Feb. 5. The stage
line between Las Cruces and Organ
has been purchased by Russell Walters,
of Organ, from L R. Holt, of this place.
Mr. Russell's son, Willis Ruseel), will
have charge of the route.
Elephants Take a "Walk.
Two elephants were seen on our
streets yesterday. They belong to the
circus which is in winter quarters at
the socalled Shalem colony a mile or
more west of Dona. Ana. The elephants
are taken out for long walks occasion
ally. Many horses are frightened
upon meeting them, and in one instance
a runaway was narrowly averted.
Homer J. Gault, of the reclamation
office here, is spending a few days at
Mrs. C. L. Hill and her guests, Mrs.
G. L. Hill, of "Wheeling. W. Va.; Mrs. W.
A. Geib, of Columbus, Ohio, and Harry
McCarmlc of Wellsburg. W. Va., have
returned to the Hill ranch home, near
Dona Ana, after a brief visit .at state
Part of Camp Is Moved.
Part of the reclamation party which
for several months past has been lo
cated at Mesquite. moved to La Mesa
yesterday. The ones who moved to La
Mesa are: Clyde Walters. W. B. Camp
bell, Walter Johnson and Frank Haw
ley jr. The other members of the
party will remain at Mesquite a few
days longer to complete the topographic
work in that section.
The members of the club presented
Hinton addition yesterday afternoon,
home of Mrs. A. D. Saunders in the
The Sew and So society met at the
Mrs. Saunders with a cake plate. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. J. N. Mlnetree; vice presi
dent, Mrs. i- v. isunay; secretary, jars.
Herbert Yeo; treasurer. Mrs. J. W.
Lowe. The next meeting of the club
will be held at the home of Mrs. L. W.
lies, south of town, Wednesday of next
This being "Ash Wednesday," a spe
cial mass was held in the Catholic
church this morning. There will ateo
be services this evening. .
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Henry were en
tertained at the home of Lytton Taylor
at dinner last evening.
Mrs. W. B. Swank, of Johnstown, Pa
is a guest in the home of E. D. Vil
laume north of town, where she will
spend several months. Mr. Villaume's
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. "Victor
Villaume. of Havana, Cuba, are expect
ed here in a few -weeks to spend the
spring and summer with their son and
wife. They are now visiting in their
home state. Florida They went from
De Tona, Florida. Jive years ago. and
purchased an orange grove in Cuba.
Dr. B. L. Lane and Lytton R. Taylor
left this morning for Solidad canyon
on a busniess trip.
Miss Rose Mary Bennett entertained
a number of young people in honor of
ner cousins. Margaret ana uoroinj
Bennett of La Union.
Mrs. John R. MacArthur of state col
lege, entertained at bridge, the follow
ing being present: Mesdames McKeever
Bean. Bowman. Hagerty. Luther Foster, i
Gerber. Sage. Hammond, "Vincent Mav i
E. E. Day and Mrs. Hare". A two course ,
luncheon was served. Mrs. McKeever
won first prize and Miss Bean second
prise. , ,
The next meeting of the Big Four
Br2dS clb will be held on Thursday.
MiSS CUflhman inA dxt 41a taaliirc
in the schools here, is among our sick
Misses Margaret and Dorothv Ben
ne ot. Union, and Mrs. Maud Man
I r?f H1"- Park, and Mrs. Burke.
. "randa avenue, were entertained
? .? nn,r yesterday, at the home of
a ti c. R- H- S!m I'1-
. H. Sims, of the land office, has
been confined to his home on West
Jtain street for several davs on account
The Home Missionary society of the
j E. church at its late meeting de
cided to hold a dollar social at the
home of Mrs. J. W. Stevens on Amador
street on the afternoon of Feb. 14.
Hotel Name Chnnsrpil.
The name of th- Plaxa hotel has been
changed to Hotel Clare and was for
Miss Dominica Gross, who Irft here
over a wrpk a'n is now .it X w Or
1' an! Tiitintr fn. T.fK Sb fir.t ii!trd
in Morcin 'it T,.i
Mr1-- Jcft Pavi; and M J.nnTe
look them over at your
to irrigate an acre costs $2.00
a year. Think vihnt It vronld
cost to water an equal area
(IS Iot) in the city. Yon can
buy an acre on the interurban
for S200. $10 cash, lo n
To bin Real Estate Trust Co
Interurban Land ITeadqirartern
$4 and $5 Shoes for $3.50
$3.50 SHOE SHOP
215 S. l Paso St.
Coats drove up from Mesilla Park to
lmb truces, miss coats is from Knox
ville, Iowa, and is visiting her sister.
Mrs. L. Coats at Mesilla Park.
Mrs. E. E. Mathes and Mrs. J. H.
Stevenson, of Mesilla Park, were here
An impressive service was held in the
Mesilla Park church when the Chris
tion Endeavor officers were installed.
The college quartet sang.
Rev. Mr. Garrison of St. Louis;
father of president Garrison of the col
lege, preached in the Presbyterian
church at the Park. Rev. Mr. Garrison
was for many years editor of the
church paper of the Christian denom
ination. George Freeman is again able to be
at -work after a week's Illness.
H. K. Graham left here this morn
ing for a week's trip to St. Louis on
Mra W H. Broaddus and son. William
went to EI Paso this morning to meet
her sister. Miss Vara Shaver, of New
York City, who has been In California
a year, teaching in the Hollywood
school for girls. She will spend about
three weeks with her sister, at this
Dr. W. C. Gerber was In El Paso
Mra R. E. McBride entertained the
Tuesday Bridge club at her home on
the Alameda. There were a number
of guests present, together with the
members of the club. Refreshments
were served. The club prize "was won
by Mrs. R. L. Faulkner, of Miranda
avenue. The gHest prize was awarded
to Mrs. Abba Lynn, of La Mesa, who
has been a guest in the home ofMrs.
E. H. Stettmund the oast few davs
The club prize consisted of a cut glass ,
wuuyia luBii wiu tiic fiuraL prize was
a nana pain tea plate.
Mrs. E. B. Richard and little son, '
Kagar. came up from La Mesa yester
day to attend tSe bridge club meeting
at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. E.
L. R. Fuller was a business visitor in
El Paso today. r
The Santa Fe passenger was 45 min
utes late this morning.
ADS BY PHOXE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad In
the KI Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an average 6f. about 79,fHW
readers each issue.
"Use Domestic Coke. v
'Southwestern FBel Co.
Lawrence M. Lawson. project en
gineer of the reclamation ervtce. Is at
the Elephant Butte dam where he has
spent the last two lins He is expected
to return Thursdi-.
cannot be corrected by local
treatment; to arrest the now of
secretion you must remove the
cause; this symptom is only
one of nature's warnings of a
Build your strength and vital
forces with SCOTTS EMULSION;
it supplies the needed lime and
concentrated fats; the glycerine
soothes and heals the delicate
organs; the emulsion nourishes.,
the tissues and nerve centers
and makes red, active blood.
Scott's Emulsion overcomes
catarrh by compelling health and
Scolt &. E -n-nc BloomHe'd N J. 12-79
Mrs, Housewife:. v
'The instalation of a Gas Range in your kitchen will shorten your wor-
. ing hours.
Consider what it means in the way of Economy, Comfort and Satisfac
tion. No soot, no smoke, no dirt, no wood or coal to carry in, no
ashes to carry out. The flash of a match, your stove is ready for cook
ing. Why wait?
Let us show you the large assortment of. Gas Ranges we have on
Ranges $5.00 down and $3.00 per month. . rV ''"' '
Water Healers, $4.00 down, $2.00 per month. . .
"Gambler King's" Daughter
Is Seeking a Separation
' mm t t .Be si. r f :waera & jsi
New Tor. X V Ian. 5 Mam 1
divorcee at J" Tl -oing ar. 1 lew
in theTn'rt bJt , . 1, . 1 . aret r of Mrs
p.tehard CinXi-'J. i'.- loraier saiblins-
has asaea ror tne poinuuci
iinnnn haw Hiiahnnii. ior separation. Mie was nniv le .w.H . .
at u- a moth r .it 1,. and a prospective
of th. intri. sting chapters written
Grac Canfi.Ia Hannon, .laughter ot
'n-' Mrs Hannon, as pretty a
i .iiti mi ue mignt sue Martin
425-N. Oregon St.
BUEG-LAES NOW CAREY
OFF VICTIMS' TETTNSS
Burglars working in El Paso no
longer enter a itisen's room and ran
sack "it. They have a better scheme.
After the entrance is gained, they pick
up a trunk containing valuables and
clothing and carry it out to their head
quarters, where it can be zone through
at leisure. Two burglars Tuesday night
worked this plan on Will Clark, at 5 05
South Kansas street, when they entered
his room and carried off his trunk.
H. D. Bowman, of Las Cruces, was
here Wednesday on private business.
You Marvel How Worst Skin
Eruptions Disappear as
Result of Famous
It you have been fighting some M00J
troubles, some eruptive skin disease, call
it ecxeroa, lupus, psoriasis, malaria,
scrofula or what you will, there is bat
one sure, safe way to cure it Ask at
any drug store for a $1.04 bottle of
S. S. S. and you are then on the road to
health. The action of this remarkable
remedy is just as direct, just as positive,
Just as certain In its Influence as that
the sun rises ia the east. It is one of
those rare medical forces which act in
the blood with the same degree of cer
tainty that is found in all natural ten
dencies. The manner in which it dom
inates and cor.trol3 the mysterious trans
ference of rich, red. pure arterial Wood
for the diseased venous blood is mar
vakHis. Out through every skin pore acid?,
germs and other blood impurities are
forced in the form of invisible vapor.
The lungs breathe it out. the liver is
stimulated to consume a great propor
tion of impurities, the stomach and in
testines cease to cdavey into the blood
stream the catarrhal, malarial germs;
the bowels, kidneys, bladder and all
emonctortes of the body are marshalled
Into a fighting force to expel every ves
tige of eruptive disease.
There is scarcely a community any
where but what has its living example
of the wonderful curative effects of
S. S. S. Get a bottle of this famous
remedy to-day, and if your case is stub
born or pecutter write to The Swift Spe
cific Co., 117 Swift BIdg.. Atlanta. Ga.
Their medical laboratory is famous jrA
is conducted by renowned experts la
blood and skin diseases.