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Friday, April 18, 1913.
EL PASO HERALD H M.vwLsarCOMPAjrrt9 Soothes and Heals Jlyomcl Medicate the Air Yoa Breathe ana Gives Quirk Relief la Catarrhal' Trouble. Be wise in time and use Hyomel at the first warning of catarrhal troubles. Do not let the disease extend along the delicate mucous membrane, grad ually going from the nose to the throat, thence into the bronchial tubes. and then downward until the lungs are reached and you are in danger of consumption. Hyoraei will relieve all curable forms .and stages of catarrh. It is so uni formly successful in this common yet dangerous disease that it is always sold on money back if not benefited plan. There is no other treatment for ca tarrh that is like Hyomei or just as good. None can take its place, none uive such quick and sure relief and at so little cost. Its medication is breathed through a pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit, thus reach ing the most remote cells of the air passages, killing' the catarrhal germs and soothing and healing the irritated mucous membrane. Begin the use of Hyomei today and vou will soon find that the offensive iToath. the droppings into the throat. 1 ie discharge from the nose, sniffling And all other symptoms of catarrh are o eroome. The complete outfit costs 1ut J1.00. Hxtra bottles of liquid, if later needed, 50 cents at Kelly & Pol lard, and druggists everywhere. Adv. SMITH WOULD HAVE COXTROL OVER CORPORATIONS Washington, D. C, April 18. Repre ss native "W. R. Smith has reintroduced Ins bill to control corporations in inter state commerce. This bill was left on the calendar at the last session. flust You Be Bald? What have yoa done to stop your hair from faJHag? Have you tried Rcx&ll '93" Hair Tonic? . If sot, w waat you to try it at our risk. If you hwre dandruff; if your hair Is falling out and your scalp is not Elated and shiny, if you use Bex&H 93" Hair Tonic according to direc tions for thirty days, and at the ead of that time you are not thoroughly' satisfied with the results and will tell us so, we will immediately hand back your money. We won't ask you to promise anything. We woa't even question you. We will take your mere word sad return your money. Doesn't it stand to reason that Bexal! "93" Hair Tonic must be a znighty pood remedy and have given great satisfaction to our customers if we endorse it Mke tins? We know of bo similar remedy that is as good. It is because of what Reiall "93" Hair Tonio has done for others that w back it with our own money. Why suffer scalp and hair troubls or be bald, when KexaU 4,98" Hair Tonic will remove dandruff, make your scalp comfortable and healthy, promote, hair growth and teed to prevent baldness when we will pay for the treatment should it faH to please you? We don't ofalfeato yoa to any thing. You simply buy the treat ment; use it, and if not pleased: eome back to us empty-handed and we will hand back what yoa paid us. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00 a bottle. Ton can buy Rezall $3" Hail Tsafo in this community onlj fit our store: KELLY & POLLARD People's Drug Store El Paso Th JgSE&lL Texas There is a .Kiti.H Store in aasriy every torn ad city in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. There k a different Bex&g HeafcSy tor nearly every ordinary bumaa S each espeouily (twienwi for taa parsieuUr 91 for which H ie recommended. The ResaH Store era America's Greatest Drug- Store Trade Here and Save Money Arizona Grocery 1002 Arizona St. Phone 1057. Sugar, high quality granulated, 20 lbs $1.00 Milk, all large cane, 3 for 25c 25c 25c 25c Tomatoes, fine quality, 3 cans for Eggs, fresh, per dot Uueeda Btfcuite, 6 for Nat. Biscuit Co. Cakes, rtf 3 boxes mOC Shredded Wheat Biscuits, O E? II 2 for AOC II Welch's Grape Juice and Pineapple Juice Pints 25c; Quarts 45c Ice Cream Every Day. Eresh Vegetables and Strawberries Daily. Fresh Meats of all Kinds Hens and Spring Chickens. in Phone us your orders Phone 1057. Spring Suit Time Is Now Generous assortments here now in stylish and reliable suits at $S.50, $10, $12.50 $13.50, $15, $18.50, $20, $22.50 and $25. Just such clothe as your taste approves on many of the best dressed men you are meeting nowadays. Don't judge "Beady-made" Suits by your experience of them 5 years baec or even one year ago. Allow for progress and natural improvements that have gone on. Let our mirrors and your own eyesight settle the matter. Chance U save money and yet get as good style and wear and comfort as made to measure clothes. However, if you prefer a suit to your measure, we represent two excellent lines of materials. Mea's Summer Underwear You've got to put on lighter weights soon why delay? We are ready with all the popular and wanted kinds in medium and light weights. B. V. D. styles at 25e and 50c. Balbriggan and Mesh at 25e and 50e garment. Men's Union Suits at 50c, 75c and $1.00. Boys' Union Suits in Balbriggan and Mesh at 35e and 50c, Short Sleeve Shirts and Knee Drawers at 25c garment. 9 TWO TBOOP TRAINS MAROONED BY REBELS (Continued From Page 1.) is likewise reported to have been attacked. -.was uvno v& utUUf.Uk 1IICH- rebels. It is now stated that the United States soldiers confiscated 10,000 rounds of ammunition from the deserting fed erals and that the "Constitutionalists," on taking possession of the town, se cured between 2000 and 3000 rounds of cartridges, most of it being from belts thrown away by the federals when they made their way to this side of the line. A large quantity of rifles, together with four machine guns and two field pieces, from which the breech blocks had been removed, also fell into their hands. A large number of horses and saddles, to gether with bedding and miscellaneous supplies, were also captured. U. S. TO RELEASE ALL ITS MEXICAN PIUSO.VERS Washington. D. a, April 18. Secre tary of war Garrison has issued orders for the release of the Mexican soldiers and Yaqni Indians, who have been held in American army camps at Nogales and ??aco, Ariz., since their flight across $ne Mexican ooraer into this country. Their release is conditional upon their return to Mexico. They may choose their individual destinations. They may affiliate either with the fed eral or rebel cause as they see fit. The United States still holds the arms which the Mexicans laid down when they sur rendered to the American border troops. The federal arms will be turned over to Mexican consuls. IMPOSTER, POSIXG AS SON OP OROZCO. PACIXU ARREST Los. Angeles, CaL. April 18. A war rant has been issued here today charg ing Pascual Orozco, IIL, with having passed a worthless check while a guest at & local hotel. The young Mexican, who claimed to be the son of Gen. Orozco and a grandson of Col. Pascual Orozco, was in the city about two weeks ago and said he was bound for Mexico to take up arms in the struggle now going on on the border. The check in question was drawn on a San Fran cisco bank and given in payment for a ticket to San Fernand. about 20 miles from this city. The young man was an imposter, as Pascual Orozco, jr., has r.o son over 11 years old. PARE TO MEXICO CITV IS CHBAPBR, BUT 1COAD IS CUT Cheap Mexican money has had one good effect. Tickets to Mexico City may be bought at the city ticket office for $25.75, gold, now instead of $30.25, which -was the old rate. The price of a ticket to Mexico City in Mexican VMAnA. la A.aAta.1 (A EA .. !... !.... of Mexican monev has ilrnniwnt to 45 cents and may go lower, the price in American money of the tickets is gov erned bv the market nrlce of this cur rency. But tickets to Mexico City are ' not in demand, as the road is cut be- ! low Chihuahua. JUAREZ ARTILLERY UEXDERKD USELESS BY REBEL ACTIVITY The breach blocks in the two Canet cannons across the river are reported to have been stolen and brought to the American side by sympathizers with the revolutionary cause. Parts of the machine guns which cannot be re placed have also been taken, it is re ported, and the Juarez garrison is now without artillery or rapid fire defence. REBELS BURN" BRIDGE. Monterey, Mex., April 18. The San Juan bridge near Linares has been destroyed by the Carranza rebels. This bridge was the largest in northern Mexico. It spanned the San Juan river and Its destruction will stop traffic for some time. Federals attacked the rebels in the town of San Juan and in the engage ment 20 rebels were killed. The main body retreated. Grape Nuts, 2 for 25c 15c 25c 25c 25c Pork and Beans, large eans, V. C Pork and Beans, small eans, V. C., 3 for. . Soap, all white, 6 for White Star Soap, 7 for Post Toasties. f- 3 for ZZC HI can passengers who came from the' served in tnat capacity ior io nays, city of Chihuahua on the Mexican ! He received orders from the depart Central train Thursday afternoon. " f foreign relations aoid turned the office over to M. E. Diebold, ln- , CTI,r.E.T.Tc "i --. spector of consulates. Discussing the THE FEDERALS AT SACO attxir. Mr. Canseco said: "The instruc- HAD AMPLE A3IMUMTION tioaB came for Mr. Diebold to receive According to latest reports from Xaco. J the consulate here. I telegraphed him Sonora, Gen. Ojeda was not so short of ! to come from Xaco and delivered the ammunition as he was reported when instructions to him. He is now in he quit the town and crave it un to th charge of the consulate here. I am not 112 and 114 S South Oregon Street CANSECO SAYS HE IS NOT THE CONSUL Declares He Ban Turned Consulate Over to Diebold, Who Denies That He Is In Charge. Cesar Canseco has been relieved as Mexican consul in El Paso after having . 1 " .. . .. - going to Mexico City unless I am called there by the government. It I am called, I will go. "My friends have advised me that there is a political charge against me in Mexico City, but have not advised me of the nature of it. I suppose it is another of Ramirez's charges." M. E. Diebold. inspector of consulates, who makes his headquarters at the consulate in this city said: "Mr. Canseco has not been recalled as Mexican consul. I am not in charge of this consulate. I am simply doing my own work here. I will state officially that Mr. Canseco has not been recalled." In the meantime Mr. Canseco is walking about, carrying his cane, which is proof he says, that he is a private citizen, as he never wears his cane when he is at work. GEN. ATJBERT IS REPORTED TRAPPED Laredo, Tex.. April 18. Alf repair crews from this section of the Mex ican National railway were hurried into Laredo today upon the appear ance of a large band of "Constitution als" about 40 miles south of the bor der. Another band of the troops said to number 700, was reported at Lan pasos, three miles south. There is an unconfirmed report that the federal commander. Gen. Trocy Aubert is trapped between these two forces. Aubert left Nuevo Laredo Wednesday on a southward march and is sup posed today to be near Cameron 40 miles south of the border. It is reported but not confirmed that there have been desertions from Au bert's ranks. OUTLAW IS KILT.SD AFTER DKFVIST. OFFICERS FOR it YEAR Shelton, Wash.. April 18. John Tor now. the outlaw who defied pursuers for nearly a year, is dead. He was killed by deputy sheriff Giles Quimby in the battle in which Charles Lathrop and Louis Blair lost their lives. The three bodies Vrere found by a posse today in the clearing around Tornow's cabin in the forest. Quimby fled after he had emptied his rifle at the outlaw and was not certain that Tornow had been hit. ROBBERS SEIZE DEATIST; ROB OPPICE OF 94000 Xew York, April 18. Bound and gagged in his own operating chair, Ben jamin Prieman, a dentist, today watched three men rifle his office and depart witn goiu ana platinum worth $4000. The robbers gained entrance to Frle man's office as patients. XKW MEXICO POSTOFFICES. Washington, D. C. April IS. A post office has been ordered established at Canode. yuay county. N. M. Postoffices at Angus. Lincoln county; Milligan, So corro county, and Haag. Curry county, N. M, have been ordered discontinued. Gnrbnge Canw All Sizes. Laurie Hardware Co. POPE'S PHYSICIAN'S REPORT IMPROVEMENT IX CONDITION" Rome, Italy. April 18. A report gained circulation shortly before noon that the pope's condition had taken a sudden turn for the worse. This evening's bulletin, however, issued over the signatures of the pope's physicians, reads: "Today also passed without fever. The temperature 'of the pontiff is 99.1. The amelioration continues." CHICAGO REVEALS GRAFT IX BARTER OF BABIES Chicago, III., April 18. "Doctor's graft," a system of fee splitting based on the barter in babies, was disclosed to the legislative committee which is investigating charity and maternity homes which care for children. It was testified that in many cases the physi cians recommending a maternity home to prospective patients receive as much money as is paid to the institution. DETECTIVE IS CHARGED WITH PASSING AVORTHLESS CHECKS Chicago. 11L. April 18. Charles L. Hutchinson, who says he is a private detective for the Guggenheim Mining company, was arrested here today charged with having passed a worth less check for $450 in Pasadena, Cal., a month ago. Hutchinson gave his age as 28 and said his home was in Wil mington, DeL BANK UNABLE TO OPEN VAULT: BORROWS MONEY FOR DAY'S WORK ! .Kansas city. mo.. April 18. with $3,987,000 in currency within, the First National bank here was unable to open i its vault doors today. The ttme lock refused to work automatically, and all ' tne eaoris or tne experts ot the city were unavailing. Neighboring banks loaned it money' to conduct the day'? business. C. R. Hudson, vice president of the Mexican National railways, is here from Mexico City, and is a guest at the Paso del Norte. Wmeii9s osifidenee in the efficacy of this thoroughly tried home remedy is never misplaced. In every way in health, strength, spir its and in looks women find them selves better after timely use of HAMS PILL! Sold eTcrywhere. la boze, 10c 2Es WANT WATCHEES FOR THE GIRLS Women of El Paso Say a Matron Should Be Stationed in All Amuse ment Places. There is no intention of opposing the moving picture theaters or other places of legitimate amusement by the women's organizations, declares Mrs. J. A. Kaw lings, chairman of the committee from the women's organizations which ap peared before the city council Thursday mornine to ask for matrons in the places of amusement. "There seems to be a mistaken idea of our purpose in asking for the matrons in the amusement places," Mrs. Bawling said Friday. "There is no hostility to !, ,,,Lon.oiif nlaces. the niovimr Pic- ' fixator nr the skatimr rinks. All the women are asking for is that the 1 same supervision which is required m 1 other cities be required in El Paso. This f is not intended as a burden upon the i amusement managers, but only as a safe guard for the young girls ol JS1 1'aso. it is proposed to have a matron in each of these places who will have police powers and will exercise them when sh sees conduct that is not what it should be. This is asking only that the daugh ters of El Paso be given the same pro tection in the public amusement places from the men of loose morals as are provided in other cities. This is not in tended as a reflection on anv amuse ment place in El Paso and is only done in the spirit of cooperation to protect our girls." D. A. R.'s OPPOSE THE "TURKEY TROT" Mrs. Charles U. Drynn AVlthdnntH Prom Race For President; Third Ballot Ik Cast in Election. Washington. D. a. April 18. At the opening of tffiaVs session of the D. A. R.. Mrs. Charles B. Bryan, of Memphis, announced her withdrawal from the race for the president generalship. This left Mrs. William Cummings Storey and Mrs. John Miller Horton as the only candidates for the place and voting on the third ballot began. On the adoption of a report of the welfare of the women and children the congress went on record against i so-called objectionable dances, Turkey Trot, Bunny Hug and others, and en dorsed the appointment of women ex clusively in institutions for women and children. AT 112 HE IS GOING TO PANAMA FAIR Fort Worth, Texas. April IS. One hundred and twelve years of age, and planning what he is going to do two years from now, that is the record of the oldest white man in Texas and the south. He is Abraham Wilcox, of Fort "Worth, Tex., and h- Is looking forward ABRAHAM WILCOX. with enthusiasm to a visit to the great Panama Canal exposition in San Fran cisco, in 1915. He is certain to be the oldest visitor to the great fair. Wil cox is the despair of prohibitionists, for he takes a glass of beer every day. and enjoys it. But he does not smoke. WIPE CHARGED WITH KILLING HUSBAND Chicago. 111., April IS. Mrs. Augusta Diets, widow of George Dietz, a tailor who was beaten to death with a nam mer at his home last Monday, and George Nurnberg, owner of a harness shop, today were formally charged with murder. The comDlaints eharira Mrs. Deitz and Nurnberg with murdering the woman's ; husband by assaulting him with a ham- ' mer- The preliminary hearing probably I will be continued until after the coro- i ner's inquest, which is to be resumed April 24. t Coroner Hoffman today offered a re ward of $50 for Information which i would show where the hammer with I which Dietz was killed was purchased. . The official said it apparently came - from a second hand store, as it was somewhat rusty. The manufacturers of the implement have been unable to trace it beyond their establishment. LIFE GUARD FENDER SAVES YOUNG GIRL Life guard fenders . .1 the street cars were given their first practical test Thursday evening when little Dora Gibson, the daughter of C. N". Gibson, 011 Wyoming street, skated behind a Boulevard car and in front of a Fort Bliss street car. The little girl struck the "trip" of the automatic life guard fender, released the fender onto the track and was picked tip ty it and car ried until the car storDP(i. She was onl- bruispil l.y the impact of th front or tne car. r " '-wlHhH 1 SB mm I HEe WwHi' The Real "Joy of Feeling Well-Dressed" A suit that sags, loses its snap, looks slack, and feels slack doesn't help a man a bit it hinders him. But the man who wears a suit that breathes correctness, looks the smartest and stays look in a smart, feels the snaD and qo of such . ,..-.-, j- - , clothes he feels the equal of any man, and that's "the joy of feeling, well dressed." That's what you will find in "ADLER-ROCHESTER" cc They are smart and they stay looking smart. The great firms producing these clothes stands absolutely behind them. they join us in saying to you We assume full clothes responsibility we give you real "Clothes Service.' Priced io!iiml 'm -co.- m) JBL INC J Suits Made to Measure Shirts Made to Order ASTHMA CATAREH WHOOPISG COOCH SPASMODIC CROUP BSONCHITTS COUGHS COLDS ESTABLISH CO 1079 A simple, safe and effective treatment for bronchial troubles, without dosingthe stomach with drugs. Used with snecess for thirty years. The air carrying the antiseptic vapor.la spired with evevy breath, makes breath ing easy, soothes the sore throat, and stops the cough, assuring restful nights. Cresolene is invaluable to mothers -with young cnuaren ana a boon to Send us foslal for descriptive booklet. AIX DErGCISTS. Try Cresolene Antiseptic Throa Taoletstor the ir ritated throat. Therare simple, eff fictire &ad aati. septic. Of yoordruKKirt or from u 10c m stamps. VAPO CRES01ENE CO. ZCsrt!uitSL.M.T. ANDY BEEVES IS Nrcvrcr cn?m?T"r a t-v Succeeds It. P. March at Chamber of Commerce Will lle Secretary and Traffic Manager Both. A. "W. Reeves, or several years traf fic manager of the chamber of com merce, has been made secretary and i traffic manager of that organization to take effect May 15, Rufus P. March, ' the present secretary, having resigned. Action was taken at an executive I session of the directors, held in the of- ! flee of president V. R. Stiles on Mon- ! day afternoon. The reason given for . the change by the directors for the consolidation is in the interests of economy and efficiency. Mr. March, who is a newspaper man, had been secretary of the chamber of commerce since Sept. 15 of last year, when he succeeded C. A. Kinne. Reeves, who will now hold the consolidated po sitions, has been active in the rais ing of the budget fund and has been an active worker for the organization. Itefriceratom ST.00 Up. Laurie Hardware Co. CALGARY HAS $200,000 FIRE. v-aigary. Alberta, April IS. Fire early today destroyed the plant of the -VI-bertan. The McLeod corananv's een- ! era! store was also destroyed. The total loss is $200,000. The origin of the fire is unknown. L PASO PROOF Should Convince Every EI Paso Reader. The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits of a remedy. Bids you pause and believe. The same endorsement By some stranger far away Commands no belief at all. Here's an El Paso case. An El Paso citizen testifies. Read and be convinced. W. T. Kitchen, U. S. Custom Inspec tor, El Paso. Texas, says: "I have usod Doan's Kidney Pills for various kid ney complaints and found them very beneficial. I had pains in my back and when I went to Ward's Pharmacy. I got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills. They greatly relieved me." The above statement muBt carry con viction to the mind of every reader. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney I'IUm, the same that Mr. Kitchen had the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c all stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.. Buffalo. N. T. "Yhfn Your Back is Lame Remem- jjtirr the Name" Ad ertisement. Creme sufferers I Scciety Brand" and "Fashion Clothes". $15.00 to $40.00 Saturday Special 50 Dozen French Crepe Athletic Shirts and Drawers Saturday Only 55 Cents Per Garment An Apology To the Theater Soers of EI Paso I was to have opened my special stock eagagesBeafc at the 3 Paso Theater tonight Friday but find that this will sot he poaeiMe, inasmuch as the ptey selected for the opening oae of Bofaoeo's recast New York suc cessesdemanded far more preparation aad rehearsal than at first imag ined. I will not stand sponsor for a BAD SHOW here or elsewhere and because of the fact that I set a taek far store dufiettM. of accomplishment than first imagined, the indulgence of SI Paso Theater-Goers is earnestly requested. On Sunday afternoon April 30 I assure the puhKe thai we shall have for their entertainment the most finished production in the history of mv El Paso theatrical efforts, and to the "DOUBTING THOMASSES,-' who gauge an attraction by the price, say: "Come prepared to find fault, and it you do not leave the theater pleased from every viewpoint, it will afford me real comfort to refund you the cost of admission." This is not a threat, but a promise to give you a play that will favorably compare with any dramatie show you have seen at $2.00 prices. Ory the box seats will be reserved Sunday afternoon 25 cents the remainder of the bouse being 10 and 30 cents. Seat reservations may now be made at Ryan's drag store for Sunday night at 35 and 50 cents. The entire baleony at nights will be 35 cents. (Signed) JOSEPH D. GLASS. Banking Just as easy to open a. savings account with us as though you lived next door. WE PAY 4 percent Interest compounded Twice Every Year. We do tmsiness tinder the Depositor's Guaranty Law of the State of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. Our plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable and liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar in a State bank in Texas. Write today for our free booklet "BANKING BY MATT," or simply mail your deposit El Paso Bank and Trust Co., El Paso, Texas STATE NATIONAL BANK ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS C. R. MOREHEAD, President- C. N. BASSETT, Vice President. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FL0RY, Cashier. L. J. GILCHRIST. Asst Cashier. Herald Want Ads Bring Results Try Oae and Be Convinced J mniiiv I'l t jv pa. bbsst by Mail