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Tuesday, March 18, 1913 r AR Mag From Arthur A. Everts Co. Jewelers, Dallas, One of the Finest Stores in the South HOTEL PASO DEL NORTE, Parlor Floor, Adjoining Elevator See the $1 0,000 Diamond Steer &the Wonderful Blue NOT THE SLIGHTEST OBLIGATION TO PURCHASE ,. st ---; -net Mj ha.ir is so v. .ind btrdgguriij I wisn you could i .i rue something to make it soft and j:f It makes me positively bome v . I also have a great deal of dan druff ' Answer: Many women would be more beautiful If they had soft,- fluffy nair. I cm tell you a very simple remedy, one that will make your hair soft and fluffy. It will cure dandruff itching scalp and lustreless and fall ing hair. Ask your druggist for a 4 z jar of pi;' in ellow minyoi and use according to directions, and you will be surprised to note the difference in your hair. "Frecf W." writes, "I suffer with. headache, indigestion, nervous oeoimy and am also thin almost to the danger point. What can be done for me?". Answer: You can very readily over come these difficulties by using three grain hypo-nuclane tablets. They are put up in sealed cat-tens with full di rections. These are highly recommend ed by physicians, and if used accord ing to directions you will soon be rid. of headache, your indigestion will be gone and you will gain from 18 to SO pounds. These tablets should be taken regularly for several months, and you sa.E depend on gaining flesh. "Lee" writes: T have tried so many remedies for rheumatism that I am almost afraid to try any more, but If you. can. tell me a. sure cure I -will try It Answer: Do not be disheartened be rause you have not been able to find something that would ure your rheu matism, lor you can ue ctirea u. ju will take what I tell you. Get fronnhe 3 rug store: Iodide of potassium, 2 drams; sodium salicylate 4 drams ; wine of colchicum, one-half oz.; comp. fluid balmwort, 1 ox; comp. essence . ardioL 1 os.; and syrup sarsaparllla, 5 ozs. Mix aad take a teaspoonful at meal time -and again before going to bed. S- -St- - "Fern" writes: T have suffered with a bad cough for some time and I am also weak and tired most of the time, which I think Is due to the severe .nughlng. Can. you give me a rem edy?" Answer: Yes, your weakness is due to the coughing, but you can be cured bv using the following: Get a 2 .1-2 ox. package of essence mentho-laxene and make according to directions on the bottle, then take a teaspoonful every hour or two until the cough is cured. This makes a full pint of the very best and safest 'cough syrup. If your drug gist does not have mentho-laxene have him order it for you of the wholesale firms. S Doctor: What can I take for a bad case of indigestion. I have suffered 1 GROCERIES SEIZED; TWO MEN ARRESTED. The detectives' office looked like a oung grocery store Monday afternoon. Sacks of flour, 64 cans of sardines, 18 cans of pepper, a case of condensed milk, bacon and cheese and a 50 pound bucket of lard filled the office. The erocery store was recovered, following the arrest of Jesus Tarin and Anas tacio Gamboa that afternoon, by city detective George Herold. The grocer ies were alleged to have been taken out of the store of Domingo Floreg & Brother on Stevens street Sunday night. Tarin is alleged to 'have pur chased them from Gamboa. Both the defendants were transferred to the county jail. DAILY RECORD Seeds Filed. Southeast corner of Hamilton street and Florida avenue Highlands Realty company to Charles Strasser, lots 31 and 3?, block 135, Highland Park; con sideration. J373- March 8, 1913. Manhattan Heights addition James B Brady to Pidl E. Jette. lots 15 and 16. block S3. Manhattan Heights; con .v. deration, ?800; March 1, 1913. Sojthcast corner of Trowbridge and m kott tre-ts Goernment Hill com iaT to Hamilton Radnor, lots IT to 20, THU and nih cent (KeUOCTOR PVICE Mmj.Mr The questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar nature. Those wishing further advice free, may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College BWg, College-Elwood St&. Dayton, O., enclosing self-addressed stamped en velope for reply. Full name and ad dress must be given, but only initials or fictitious name will be used in my answers. The prescriptions can .b filled at any well-stocked drag store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. with it for man years and nothing I take helps at alF I am also bothered with constipation. Answer: You should not neglect In digestion and constipation at it leads to more serious trouble, very frequent ly appendicitis is caused by this ne glect. Begin at once and take tablets triopeptine. These are packed in sealed cartons with full directions for taking. "Laura S." writes: "I am so tired and nervous all the time that I can scarcely drag one foot after the other. It is very hard for me as I have to work. My appetite is also very poor." Answer: What you need is a good tonic restorative treatment. Take the tonic prescribed below and you will soon be strong and healthy and will not have that tired feeling. Your work win become a pleasure to you. Syrup of hypophosphites comp. 5 oas-, tinc ture cadomene, l oz.; mix, and take a teaspoonful before each meal. This should be continued for several -weeks until you feel perfectly strong. Mrs. W. W. C asks: "Can I safely take off 40 pounds of fat? I weigh 186 pounds; too much for my height." Answer: Yes; you can by taking, as per the directions -which accompany 6-grain arbolene tablets, put up in sealed tubes and sold by well-stocked druggists. They are safe for any fleshy person to take. "Anna R." writes S "I have taken medicine from several doctors for liver and kidney trouble and constipation, but it does mit seem to help me at alL My skin is sallow, I have constant headaches, and dizzy spells. What shall I do?" Answer: The best remedy that I know for your trouble is three-grain sulpherb tablets (not sulphur tablets.) These are packed in sealed tubes -with full directions. Most of the remedies only relieve, but if you take the sul pherb tablets regularly for a few weeks you will be cured. This will purify the blood and your skin will lose that sallow look. "Busy Mother:" Bedwetting can be easily cured In children by giving thorn tka fAllAwInc- IHnAturA AHhAbfL 1 dram; tincture rhus aromatic, 2 drams, ' and comp. fluid balmwort, l oz. uive from It to IB drops In water an hour before each meaL Doctor: T have a very bad case of catarrh of the head and my stomach, bowels and blood are affected. I suf fer greatly and would like a cure." A. G.: Local treatment should be used as follows: Get 2 oas. of antisep tic Viiane powder. Use a half tea spoonful to a pint of warm water; snuff the -water from the palm of the hand tlu-ough the nostrils two or three times a day. Then make a catarrh balm by mixing a level teaspoonful of Viiane powder with one Ounce of vase line or lard and apply to the nostrils as far up as possible. Also take a teaspoonful four times dally of the following. "Syrup sarsaparllla comp. 4 oss.; comp. fluid balmwort. 1 oz.: fluid est. buchu, 1 oz. Mix and shake well. Advertisement. inclusive, block 40, Government Hill; consideration, 1425; Nov. 21. Mil. Bl Paso county, Tex. K. S. Massingill to Frank G. Martin, section 3 and west half of section 2. block S7, public school land; consideration, ?4000; March 7, 1913. Licensed to Wed. William Adolph and Julia Aileen Mc Clain. T. M. George and Lenora Ward. Elijio Grijalva and Guadalupe Guerra. v Automobile Tiieensed. 1398 Dawson Fuel company, Bl Paso and Southwestern building. 1399 LongWell Transfer company, 210 San Francisco street; seven passen ger Chalmers. 1400 E. W. Kayeer. 1401 Nancy Lackland, 815 Mesa ave nue; five passenger Overland. 1402 G. L. Fisher, 11 1 Montana street: Overland. 1403 G. L. Fisher, HIS Montana street; Overland. 1404 C. L. Fisher, lilt Montana street; Overland. TAXATION BILL BXDOHSBD. Phoenix, Ariz, March 18. At the last meeting of the Maricopa County Non-partisan Taxpayers' league the general taxation bill, drawn by the state tax commission and now pending in the senate, was endorsed. EL will be pleased to see you "Oil Girls ! Do Try GETS-IT for Corns" The New-Plan Corn Cure. No Fuss, Xo Fain, Sure and Quick. You never used anything like "GETS-IT" for corns, before! You're sure at last that every stubborn corn that you've tried so long to get rid "How I Did Suffer- From Conn for Years! "GETS-IT" Got Thcra AH in a Few Dayr of is a "goner." You apply "GETS-IT" la 2 seconds, that's all. "GETS-IT" does the rest. There's no more fussing, no more bandages' to fix, no more salves to turn the fiesta red and raw. No more plasters to get misplaced aad press on the corn. No more "pulling," no more pain, no more picking and gouging, no more razors. "GETS-IT" stops pain, shrivels up the corn, and the corn vanishes. "GETS-IT" never fails, iy harmless to healthy flesh. Warts, calluses and bunions disappear: "GETS-IT" is sold zX drug stores at 25c a bottle, or seat on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. Adv. Theyjare FowneS KID FITTING .SIUCGLOVES that'i all you need to know about a glove THINK TANQUARY IS LOST ON THE MESAS Alpine, Tex.. March 18. The mystery of Judge N- Q- Tanquary's disappear ance Is further than ever from solu tion. Diligent inquiry of the conduc tors in charge of passenger and freight trains passing east and west between Alpine and Marathon on the night of March 4. when judge Tanquary was last seen at half past five oclock, re sults in the practical certainty that he did not leave the country by train. The gone suddenly mental strain seems incred ible that a sane man intent on getting iivij quivKiy would at sunset alien a motor car in perfect condition, when 90 miles of rough country lay between him and Mexico, and 54 miles or fre quently highway" must be covered to get to a railway station beyond Mara thon. It would be easy for a demented man to lost his way on the vast mesas about Alpine, and be undiscovered for weeks and months. NOTICE. CATTtBMBX, SOUTHERN PACIFIC SPECIAL POK SAN ANTONIO AND VICTORIA WIM LEAVE THURSDAY MIDNIGHT. RES ERVATIONS CAN RE MADE AT CITY TICKET OFFICE. 0C NORTH OREGON STREET. Ad ver tisemen t Frederic J. Haskln' "American Gev- eraraent." As long as they last, copies of Fred eric J. Haskin's great book, "The Amer ican Government." may be had at The Herald office. Present clipping of this paragraph and 6t cents. By mail, 15 cents additional. Oxen Slung to Be Shod. Chester county. Pa., claims to bare a blacksmith's shop where oxen are slung up la swings and shod in the old-fashioned way. It is believed this Is t!2i only smithy in the state where oxer - shod in t" z way. Exchange Ayer's Hair igor Then you will have a clean and healthy scalp. No more hair loss. No more rough, straggly hair. Does not color. Ask Your Doctor. J. C AjrerOo., Lowell, Mis. JB PASO HERALD I Jr I " lilfillfl OHIOAN WOULD BAN DECOLLETE DRESSES Legislator Declares Immodestr of At tire Worn by Women Is IleMponsI ble for Wave of Immorality. Columbus, O., March IS. Declaring that the immodesty of attire worn by women on the streets and in public places is the cause "of a great wave of immorality now sweeping over the country," representative Louis H. Cap pelle of Cincinnati, introduced a bill in the lower house of the legislature providing for the appointment by the governor of a commission of three members to "prescribe the fashions to be worn by women in the state of Ohio." Introduction of the measure resulted from a charge filed with Gov. Cox by married men in the offices- ef the state house and elsewhere in me state oi fices. In the provisions of the bill, the proposed commission would be com pelled to fix limits of decollete dresses so that "not more than two Inches of the neck below the chin shall be un covered." Another clause of the measure pro vides "that transparent stockings shall not be displayed nor worn in public places." Another provision of the bill states "That it shall be unlawful to display or -wear any outer garment trimmed or combined with lace. Insertion or any kind of embroidery mesh or net through which the color or texture of the skin may be distinguished with out having the lace or other trans parent material backed with opaque material." Members of the proposed commis sion, according to the bill, would have to be between 30 and 55 years of age. Not more than one of them would have to be married men "and of zood moral character." One of the com mission shall be an ordained minister, the second the parent of not less than three children, and the third a set tlement worker. .,,,. The bill goes so far as to prohibit department stores from displaying un draped artificial figures. The bill makes a violation of the act punisha ble by a fine of not -less than $25 ' WORK IS STARTED' ON GLOBE TEMPLE IIihsbii to Erect 3O,O0C 'structure In Globe, Which Will B-Finest In State of Ari-Jna. Globe, Aria.. March ""IS. Work has started on the new Masonic temple, which is to be the .arses t and finest in Arizona. The Approximate cost tv ill b S60,00. T site of the struc ture is betweeryhe Old Dominion CciBtnerdsJ com Any building and The Hammil buildlrg on Broad street. It will -cover a V6t of 50x105 feet, will have concret walls with a white pressed brlcl front, and will contain a, lodge room, club rooms, dance hall, organ loft and library. MIchaelson and Weideman-are the contractors. POPE PIUS DECREES JUBILEE FROM MARCH 30 TO DECEMBER S Rome, italy, March 18. Pope PIub has published an apostolic letter, de creeing a universal jubilee from Low Sunday. March SO. to December 8, the fnat nf TmTnsiculate Conception, in commemoration of the religious tolerat ing edict issiied by emperor Constan- tine in the lonrtn century- The faithfulmust come to Rome and visit twice th churches of St. John Lateraa, St. Peter's and St Paul's, praying, confessing, taking communion and giving alius or they must visit six times churches chosen by their own bishop and carrying out the same de votions. ' Those thus attending the jubilee will enjoy pleniary indulgence of all their sins. ' ASSERTS LEGISLATOR OFFERED TO SELL VOTE FOR SENATOR Concord. N. H-, March 18. Gordon Woodbury, once candidate for United States senator in the contest that ended with the choice of Henry F. Hollis, charged before a- legislative investigat ing committee that a member of the legislature had offered to sell his vote and deliver three other votes for $1000. Two other witnesses testified that they had been improperly approached in the prolonged balloting. SUFFRAGBTS ST RT WARFARE AGAINST C( VSTITUTIONALISTS. London. Sng.. March IS. Militant suffragets have declared war against their sisters who are working for the vote for women by constitutional means. ' A meeting of' the constitutionalists, which Philip Sliowden. Socialist M. P for Blackburn wka addressing at Gates head, was thrown' into disorder by mili tants, who insisted upon interrupting Mr. Snowden. Oiuiet was not restored until the stewards, male and female, ejected the wartlike members of the suffraget movement. BXTRA POlJlCB PROTECTION. During the cattlemen's convention and for this week the police shift has been arranged 'by police chief L X. Davis, so as t have a double force working from 7t p. m. until 1 a, m the hours when themei. may be most need ed. The sehed'iile. as arranged, is as follows: All lollce working from 7 a. m. to 3 P mi will report at 7 p. m.. , and work until J9.30 p. m.; the shift now coming on at 1 l p. nu. will report for , dut .it 9 HO ajid work to 7 the next morning Th.. J, nut now working from ', 3 p m.. to ii iiii worK until l the fl low ing mornin nfu.n etrJ. men have been .idd-tl to tli. f on e alid these Will h. plac H th- rt.Mui.ncf. di'-trict or th- . i'y. FROM DALLAS IS HERE at his KOHLER DISMISSED AS POLICE CHIEF. Cleveland's Civil Service Commission FladH Head ef Police Force Guil ty of "Groan Immorality.'' Cleveland, O., March 18. The civil service commission has announced that it has found chief of police Fred Kohler guilty of "gross immorality, conduct unbecoming an officer and gentlemtn and conduct suvsersive to good order and discipline In the po lice department." and it discharged him from office. The charges were filed by mayor Baker and involved alleged visits of Kohler to the home of Mrs. May Schearer on Feb. 2, and May Z, and June 5, 1912. In the absence of her husband. On the last named date, Schearer testified in the trial that he surprised Kohler and his wife in the Schearer home in "scanty attire." Kohler tried to prove alibis on the two first dates and declared that his mission on June 5 was an innocent one. "Had we authority, we should have added to the sentence a permit to this officer to receive a full pension - to which a retired chief is entitled in view of the term and character of his service, but we are without power to do so." In a statement, Kohlei indicated h3 willingness to resign if allowed to- re ceive his full pension of $125.00 a month. If discharged, his pension would be but $750 a year. Mayor Baker issued a statement In -which he praised Chief Kohler? rec ord and the efficiency . of the police de partment under him 'ana regretted the necessity for his. separation from the department undor such circumstances. LA PF2ETA DEAL INVOLVES $25,000. Fr' $25,000 William A. Harroun, of Karna Cltv. Mo. deeded to John C Htrtman 25,000 acres in the elusive La "rieta grant. The grantor recited in the deed that the land conveyed was an undivided interest in 461,000 acres that he bought from W. H. Yoakum. It is the same land he says that was granted to the cities of Socorro and San Elizario. March 13, 1751. by the king of Spain. This -was -done, the grantor' states, by royal decree. The deed was dated March 4, 1913. and was filed Monday for record in the county clerk's office. UNION PACIFIC PAYS MILLION AS FORFEIT TO UNDBRWRITBRS. New York. N. Y.. March 18. Members 1 of the Union Pacific underwriting syn- H jl H m Simply delicious JLJr A 9 JL moie than a breakfast food An easy-to-digest.combi-nation of Wheat, Oafs? Hiss and Barie made from the whole grains. Buy a package of Algrain containing 18 servings for 15c from your grocer Diamond The Best Cough Syrup is Easily' Made at Home Costs Little and Acts Quickly. Money Refunded If It Falls. This recipe makes a pint of cough syrup, and saves you about $2.00 as com pared with ordinary cough remedies. It stops obstinate coughs even whooping oough in a hurry, and is splendid for sore lungs, asthma, croup, hoarseness and other throat troubles. Mix one pint of granulated sugar with " pint of warm water, and stir for 2 minutes. Put 2 ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a pint botijaraBtaai& the Sugar Syrup. TafeggHHefRKIf every one, two or tbrelTiouJs. Tastea This takes riflUPSbld of a. couch and rives almost woant relief. It stimu lates the aondnte, and is slightly laxa tive b9ttfrfxcellent features. Pipec. as perhaps you know, is Um rsQSt valuable concentrated compound of Iforway white pine extract, rich in jroaiacol and the other natural healing pine elements. No other preparation will do the work of Pinex in this recipe, although strained honey can be used instead of the sugar syrup, if desired. Thousands of housewives in the United States and Canada now use this Pinex and Sugar Syrup recipe. This plan haa often been imitated, but the old success ful formula has sever been equaled. Its krw cost and quick results have made it immensely popular. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Your druggist has Pinex, or win get it for jan. If not, send to The Pinex Co, Ft. Wayne, lad. dlcate have received checks in pay ment of their share of the $1,266,500 forfeit paid by the railroad because of the failure of the Harriman line disso lution scheme. The forfeit represented one percent of the par value of $126,650,000 of the Southern Pacific stock, which the un derwriters were obligated to take if the United States district court in St. Louis and the California railroad com mission gave their approval to the dis solution agreement. rices "Cowman Never gets "COLD FEET- But he does sometimes get "SoreFeet" Now then, he is the man who most needs and appreciates the Comfort Fitting Qualities of oar famous "Nettleton" Nature Shape Shoe for Men EtviS mma While you are here (doing some "treat ing" and also being "treated" occasional- W. You better come in and "Treat" your feet to a fit in this Satisfying Shoe of Ours EO.W. Frw.ivsjrtnw' 221 San Antonio and 1 1 6 Texas Streets Kope you'll have "a bully good time" while you are here. We Prepay Parcels Postage on all orders amounting to $3.00 or over. Efficient Service.