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Killed While , Trying to Make a "Cut"
Brakeman Cans. Falls To His Death In Silver City -tt i. tt: Arr..-T W-nrl western between El Paso and Douslas, JCiilOltS JOtUllg Jjiciu. w j. ha3 reported for his turn. Relatives; Track is Repaired. ENOCH CANN, a Santa. Fe brake man, was killed Monday In the yards at Silver City. N. 3, while switching box cars. Cann. it is said, fell between the cars while he was trs-lns to make a "cut" and received J3u2U which SUltTindledSat about an hour later. He died at me a naSve of Novia Scotia. Through the Masonic lodge, local railroad men are trying to locate his relatives. RepairinB Track. The local traffic officials of the 6. tt r. A have civen the section men Sdfrs toeSairEthe main line track near the Stanton street crossing. The work commenced early Tuesday mom ing It will be repaired for about a WclE. in shifts of crtl thg mechanical department of the G. H. & S. A. took effect yesterday. Night caller rTiarlie King went onto the day snitt, SSS 5Sl Freddie Talbert. who was assigned to the night shift. J? J. Trainor. engine foreman for the GH?TgaSMflchae switchman for the G H has reported for dut after a short layoff, and was placed on the day union depot coach engine with foreman Willie "Weed. relieving switchman H. A. Cunningham. pit Connolly, fast height engineer for the -western division of the South- OLD AGE AN UNNATURAL CONDITION Absorption of Poliion From the targe Bowel the Cause of Old Age A MAX IS AS OLD AS HIS ARTEIURS Science now ad mits that if the bowels are kept in a sanitary condi tion your life will be prolonged. Met srhnlkoff. of Rus sia; von .ftooraen, if Germany: isur- crave, or Jcxance. and Sir Andrew Clark, of England, the recognized medical leaders in their respective countries, have shown tnat constipation and its attendant evils are the direct cause of most ailments. This I have advocated for years, l have maintained that decomposition of the food In the bowels, the poisoning of the blood with the impurities thus formed, is the cause of old age. Over come constipation, and your arteries will not become thickened and hard ened. Ton will LOOK and FEEL as youthful at 76 as most persona do at 35. There Is no remedy that removes the waste matter, the old bile; the sour, fermenting, undigested food from tne bowels, like my Paw-Paw Laxative Pills. They overcome constipation ana keep the bowels sweet and sanitary. MtTNYON'S PAW-PATV PILLS are on sale at all druggists. Every bottle guaranteed to give sausiaciioii or yuur money reiunaea. i-'mu. tisement. G. H. Arnold, fireman for the Soutn western between El Paso and Hachita, has reported for duty. R. Hepworth, fireman for the Southwestern between El Paso and Car rizozo. has reported for duty. He was placed with engineer Ben "Winters. W. B. Leggett, fireman for the Southwestern between El Paso and Carrizozo, is back on the local slow board. It. Hamilton, extra fireman for the Southwestern, is back on the local slow board. Herman Keith, extra fireman for the Southwestern, is back on the local slow board. "W. C Barksdale, extra fireman for the G. H between El Paso and Val entine, is back on the local slow board. George W. Toms, extra engineer for the G. H between El Paso and Val entine, is back on the local slow board. Floyd Smith, regular western divis ion engineer for the Southwestern be tween El Paso and Hachita. is laying off on account of illness and extra en gineer A. A. Harvey was borrowed and used in his place. G. B. Harris, passenger engineer for the Southwestern between El Paso and Douglas, has reported for duty. Carl Sanden, passenger fireman for the western division of the Southwest ern, is laying off. "Western division fireman Ralney, of the Southwestern, is laying off. Several Change Places. G. R. Reeves, western division en gineer for the Southwestern, who has been working on the branch run out of Douglas for a long time, has taken a passenger turn between El Paso and Douglas and will take his layover here. He relieved engineer G. B. Harris, who bumped onto the fast freight turn, re lieving engineer Pat Connolly, who was placed on tne JSI Paso and .Hachita lo cal. Pat "bumped" J. H. Chapman, who will take a turn out of El Paso in freight chain gang service. The day "tramp" switch engine of the Southwestern in the Douglas yards Is open for bids from firemen of the west end and will be assigned Decem ber 16. This is the turn that was va cated by fireman C. C. Snoddy. C C. Crist, fireman for the South western between El Paso and Hachita, has vacated his freight turn and it is up for bids from west end firomen. Bob Gibson, passenger engineer for the eastern division of the Southwest ern, has reported for duty, displacing engineer A. A. Harvey. s. O. Bottorff, extra engineer of the Carpenters Plan Change of Headquarters Shortly 4k. ' jtfav Move Erom the Trust j teSS, op .dolne the extra work at Morris Morgenstem is worKlng at tne Building to Union Labor Hall. THE union carpenters are consid ering changing their present headquarters from 426 Trust building to the Union Labor haU. They report work slow at present, but ex pect it to pick up about the first of the year. John Alexander has returned from a few montriW absence. He Is a mem ber of the Carpenters' union. Gust. Lake has gone to Phoenix, Ariz., to secure employment. He is a member of the Carpenters" union. O. E. Daniels, a member of the Bar- gone through. Poodle Dog shop. He is a. member of the Barbers union. The Plumbers' union will hold its regular weekly meeting tonight at Union Labor hall. The Plasterers' union meets tonight over 806 South El Paso street. H. Reese is president; E. S. Taylor is sec retary The "Bricklayers union will hold its regular weekly meeting tonight. "Wil liam Fayram is president, and F. J. Williams is secretary. They will meet at the Eagles' halL Central Labor union was called to order by president Manning at Union Labor hall Monday night. Although not very well attended, there was quite a number of visitors at the meeting. I The general routine of business was PHELPS DODGE MAY BE AFTER NEW LINE If Deal Is Made El Taso Will Have Another Transcontinental Road With Shops and Headquarters. Application to the California railroad commission by the San Diego and Ari zona railroad, for permission to Issue $15,000,000 In bonds has started an other Pacific coast extension report to become circulated in Los Angeles with the Phelps-Dodge Interests said to be behind the new transcontinental line Since acquiring control of the Rock Island, the Phelps-Dodge interests have been flirting with, the San Diego and Arizona line, the Spreckels road which was built from San Diego to Tecate, Calif., a distance of 39 miles. But the Spreckels interest controls a right of way to luma, ana it is mis right of way and terminal facilities that the Southwestern interests are said to be after. This Spreckels line was supposed to have died a natural death until the application for the large amount of bonds was filed with the California railroad commission. Action is expected to be taken on this application soon and if It is approved, the bonds will be floated and construc tion work started on the extension of the San Diego line toward Yuma. Such a line as the Spreckeis' inter ests proposes to build is just what the Southwestern is looking for on the coast. The arrangement which the Phelps Dodge road now has with the Southern Pacific, by which freight and passenger business Is delivered at ruc tion; consideration, $150; July 20, 1913. Bast Side of Mesa, between Blacker and Hague R. L. Ramey to John G. Bowman, north 20 feet of lot 5 and south 22 feet of 6, block 115, Alexan der's addition; consideration, $2000; Nov. 28, 1913. North side of Erie, between Dakota and Indiana TV. "W. Coleman and wife to Mary G. Du Bois, lots 11 and 12, block 23, Highland Park; consideration. $610; Nov. 29, 1913. Moeller's addition Carrie E. McTIer and husband to A. B. Shadinger, lots 3 and. 4, blo- "B." Moeller's addition; consideration. $260; Sept. 20. 1913. Sin Elizario, Tex. Luis Para and wife to Nicolas Lujan, tract of land, San Elizario; consideration, J22; April 12 1913 El Paso county, Texas George F. Church to Emma and J. C William son, part of section 12, block 6. public school land; consideration, $4001; April 3 1913. El Paso county. Texas William Crosby to Tsabel Noriega, two-thirds interest in mining claim in sections 6 and 10, blocks 621-2 and 631-2. public school land; consideration, $500; Nov. 21. 1913. Woodlawn addition Emma M. Jones to C. E. Davis, lots 1 to 4, inclusive, block 9, Woodlawn addition; consid eration. $1600; Dec 1, 1913. Licensed to Wed. John W. Sutton and Mary A. Spink. Roy D. Edmonds and Dee Wilklns. Juan Fernandez and Fermunda Ser- Th'omas T. Tinstall and Hazel F. Wll bank. G. Aguirre and Rosaria Rios. Joquin Somera and Conoha Garcia. Leon Melendez and Catarina Orozca Automobiles Licensed. 1S79 P. P. Cooke, Sierra Blanca, Tex., five passenger Ford. 1SS0 George Webster, 242 Diaz street, five passenger Case. 1881 J. S. Morrison, Kansas and Myrtle. Hupmobile. Births Girls. To Mrs. L. Kane, 1708 Boulevard; Dec 7. Births Boys. To Mrs. J. M. Phillips, 3700 Tularosa street; Dec 4. To Mrs. B. Lunt, 3608 Alamogordo street; Nov. 30. To Mrs. Francisco Vasquez, 1008 Broadway; Dec 8. To Mrs. Jose M. Gonzales, El Paso; Dec 6. . . . . j -Adver- "GETS-IT" Is a Wonder for Corns ICo Vaaa, Xo Pals, Sure and Quick. Nothing Like It. "Gets" Them Every Time. Ton never used anything like "GETS IT" for corns, before! "iou'ro sure at last that every stubborn com. that IT &Z J - VtVi Wobody Knows How Good X Keel. Coras Are Gone At Last 'GETS-IT'- Did itr you've tried eo long to get rid of is a sgoner." Ton apply "GETS-IT" in 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 flesh red and raw. No more plasters to get misplaced and press on the com. No more "pulling." no more pain, no more picking and gouging, no more razors. N , "GETS-IT" stops pain, shrivels up the corn, and the corn vanishes. "GETS-IT" never fails, is harmless to healthy flesh. Warts, calluses and bunions disappear. "GETS-IT" is sold at drug stores at 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co, Chicago. Advertisement. is pulling passenger between El Paso and Carrizoio, in regular engineer J. B. Prothro's turn. Mason L. Hull is firing for him. Frank Eschwig. extra engineer for the eastern division of the Southwest ern, is making freight trips between El Paso and Carrizozo. Fireman I. W. Sampson is firing for him. W. E. Riley, extra fireman for the east end of the Southwestern, is firing in the local yards for a few nights with engineer J. V. Gill. L. O. King, extra engineer for the eastern division of the Southwestern, is working in the El Paso yards for a few nights. Fireman C. McKinney is firing for him. Student Gets "O. K.'s B. T. Strickland, student fireman for the western division of the Southwest ern, has received his necessary three O. KVs and is now considered a "full fledged fireman." He was placed on the El Paso extra list, and will work between El Paso and Hachita. Sam Marner, extra fireman for the western division of the Southwestern, is back on the slow board. Tom Patton, yard engineer for the eastern division of the Southwestern, is laying off. and extra engineer L. O. King is filling his place. E. T. Cody, through freight engineer for the Southwestern between El Paso and Carrizozo, is laying off and extra engineer Eschwig is filling his place. A. L. Bartz, traveling engineer for the western division of the Southwest ern, with headquarters at Bl Paso, is making a test trip between El Paso and Douglas on the fast freight run. Passenger fireman B. A. Wells, of the eastern division of the Southwest ern, is laying off. C D. Jones, yard fireman for the Southwestern at El Paso, is laying off and extra fireman W. E. Riley Is fill ing his place. A. G. Newell, freight engineer for the Southwestern between El Paso and Ha chita, is laying off. H. G. Hester, fireman for the South western between El Paso and Hachita, is laying off on account of sickness. Joe Smythe, fireman for the South western out of Douglas, is in the city. C. R. Richards has entered the ser vices of the Southern Pacific transfer department as a brakeman. and was assigned to the local extra list. F. W. Hoffman, extra fireman .for the S. P. between El Paso and Lords burg, is back on the slow board. "Ma," said the newspaper man's son. T know why the editors call them selves we. " "Why?" "So's the man that doesn't like the article will think there are too many people for him to tackle." son. is not a permanent one. and may eastern division of the Southwestern, r result ,n much friction between the rival roaus. ijcai ramuau ueu nij .. w present 'jme the S. P. Is known to be delivering as much freight as possible to the T. & P. at El Paso for eastbound movement rather than give it to the Southwestern at Tucson. When the Orl?st line x Is operating a through freight service, the S. P. freight will be routed that way it Is said, instead of by the Rock Island Southwestern lines. Knowing this, the Phelps Dodge interests are known to be planning a line from Tucson to the coast by way of Phoenix and Yuma. This would give the Southwestern direct connection j with the Arizona capital, and also with Yuma, a rich producing district, which has been the exclusive property of the S. P. In the past. If the Spreckels line builds into Yuma from San Diego, the Golden State limited trains will be hauled from Chicago, where they orig inate, over the company's own rails to the Pacific coast. It is understood that the Phelps Dodge Interests will purchasing a controling Interest In the San Diego ana Arizona line. If this railroaa move is maae, .ci Paso will have a second transconti- nental route with general offices ard ( shons in El Paso and rolling stork carrying the name "El Paso" from Chi cago to the coast. Woman Is As Old As No woman wants to look old. Many in their effort to look youthful resort to the"bcautydoctors"pre9cripuons.Thenr mis take is that they visltthe wrongdeparteientin tho drug store. Beauty depends upon health. Worry, sleepless nights, headaches, pains, disorders. Irregu larities and weaknesses of a distinctly feminine character in a short time bring the dull eye. tho "crow's feet." the haggard look, drooping shoulders, and the faltering step. .... To retain the appearance of youth you must retain health. lTitj of lotions, powders and paints, ask your druggist for Favorite Prescription This famous medicine strikes at the very root of these enemies of your youthful appearance. It makes you not only look young, but feel young. Your dnigsUt can supply yM In Dquljl oi-tabtot fermser sand n . Of.Ptarct'i Invallda Hotal and Ssr gleal Institute, Buffalo, N.Y. and trial box wJ ha aullad yan. ., ' DAILY RECORD Building Permits. ; To F. C. Burrow, to erect a bunga low, Rivera and Estrella; estimated value $2000. To P. Kirk, to build a bungalow, lots 9 and 10, block 29. SunEet Heights; estimated value $2300. To J. R. Borgardus, to make repairs at 207 and 209 East Overland street; estimated cost $500. Deeds Filed. South side of Westminster, between Bowie and Crockett H D. Sanders and wife to L G. Witherspoon. lots 24, 26 and east half of 26, block 50, Govern ment Hill; consideration, $400; Oct. 1, 1913. , Manhattan Heights addition D. v. Peacock to F. M. Hayner, lots 5, 6, 11 and 12, block 36, Manhattan Heights; consideration. $10; Dec. 8, 1913. Morning Side Heights American Lumber and Investment company to J. O. Crockett, lots 14, 15 and 16, block 3, Morning Side Heights; consideration. $5700; Dec 1, 1913. Morning Side Heights American Lumber and Investment company to Alice G. Crockett, lots 11, 12 and 13, block 3, Morning Side Heights; con sideration, $6650; Dec 1, 1913. French addition Guaranty Trust and Banking company to Antonio Aguirre, lot 20, block 12, French addl- INFORMATION fOIt ALL LUXG SUFFERERS Would you like to know more about a remedy for Lung Trouble which has brought about many complete re coveries? The makers of Eckman's Al terative are in receipt of many really wonderful reports, and will be pleased to forward to you copies of original letters and also booklet on diet and proper care needed in recovering health. Investigate this case: 1619 Susquehanna Ave., Phils., Pa. "My Dear Sir: For two years I was afflicted with hemorrhages of the lung, and In February of 1902 I was taken with a severe attack of pneu monia. When I recovered sufficiently to walk about the house I was left with a frightful hacking cough, which no medicine I had taken could allevi ate It was at this time. March, 1902. that I started taking Eckman's Alter ative. In a short time my cough was gone and I was pronounced well. I cannot speak too highly for the good it has done." (Signed) HOWARD L. KLOTZ. (Above abbreviated; more on re quest) Eckman's Alterative has been proven by many years' teat to be most effica cious for severe Throat and Lung Af fections, Bronchitis, Bronchial Asth ma, Stubborn Colds and in upbuilding the system. Contains no narcotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs. Sold by leading druggists. Write the Eck man Laboratory. Philadelphia, Pa., for booklet tilling of recoern-s and addi tioral evi3 r.ce Kcllv Pollard, Knoblauch Pmg Co, Teoplc's X'rug Store Advertis aittt. i PUZZLE PICTURE ps r T V " ) TT i win ' iitii i -t-iiy & mmwm'Tx Seventj-one years ago today. Samuel Woodworth, author of "Old Oaken Bucket," died December 9, 184 Find the author. ANSWER TO TESTCRDAY'S PTZZLE. See too late to classify page. (This is one of the regulnr feat ures of The El Paso Herald.) iSaaaaaXHabSafrtlsV. linBaanananananananln&iiKBv& ? flsW he Doctor ; bVIQE, t f-' f gfZtrsZetvs fiatier The questions answered below are general in character; the symptoms or diseases are given and the answers will apply to any case of similar na ture. Those wishing further advice free, may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College Bldg.. College-Elwood Sts., Dayton. O., enclosing self -addressed stamped envelope for reply. Full same and ad dress must be given, but only Initials will be used In my answers. The pre scriptions can be filled at any will stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. "Al- writes "I should like a goa reliable treatment for the hair and growing -old rapidly, though only 38. My scalD. Something that will cure dan druff and Btop falling hair, also cure an itching scalp." Answer: The most reliable treat ment for the scalp Is sold in 4 oz. jars at any drug store, and is called plain yellow minyol. It is superior to any thing known for the scalp. It gives new vigor and helps the hair to keep its natural color. This will positively cure your dandruff, and stop the itch ing of the scalp. "Harry M." writes: "I am quite tall and do not weigh enough for my height. Am very nervous and my skin is -very pale." Answer: You can readily Increase your weight by taking three grain hy-po-nuclane tablets regularly for sev eral months. These tablets will also overcome nervousness, help digestion and assimilation and thus improve the color of the skin. Many report gaining 10 to 30 pounds with improved health in every way. The tablets are packed in sealed cartons with direc tions and are widely prescribed for your ailment. "Poor Ann" writes: "Every winter I am troubled with slight attacks of rheumatism. I have tried many things but with no avail." Answer: The best thing for rheuma tism is made by mixing the follow ing ingredients and taking a teaspjon ful at meal times and again at bed time. Iodide of potassium,2 drams; sodium salicylate 4 drams; wlna of colehicum, V ounce; comp. essence cardlol, 1 oz.; oorap. fluid balmwort. 1 oz., and syrup sarsaparllla comp. 5 oz. Answer: The best treatment for dis ordered stomach and bowels, due to indigestion, is tablets, triopeptine, sold in sealed cartons with full directions "Energy" writes: "Let me say that my condition puzzles and worries xne. In the last year, I seem to have been food and sleep do not recuperate my strength and energy, and lately I have dizzy spells, trembling headaches, loss of appetite, memory and hopefulness. Despondency and worry over my con dition are ever present," Answer: Cheer up, get well and then conserve your vitality by proper, tem perate living. Obtain three grain cad omene tablets in sealed tubes with full directions, use them and an agree able, pleasing restoration should en sue to ycur entire satisfaction. "Miserable" asks: "I was miserable all through the summer last year on account of being too fat Can you please help me to reduce with some thing harmless?" Answer; Hundreds of persons who are too fat suffer. It is needless suf fering. The discovery of the princi ples contained In 5-graIn arbolone tablets, make it comparatively easy to reduce from 10 to 50 pounds. These excellent tablets are put up In sealed tubes with directions for self-administration. "Mrs. A. C." writes: "My little daughter has a very bad cold and cough which we do not seem able to even relieve. What shall I do? Answer: Purohase a 2 oz. bottle of essence mentho-laxene and make a syrup according to directions given and your daughter will bo cured with in a few days. This is very pleasant to take and will drive the cold out of the system. "P. P. C." writes: "If you can pre scribe something to prevent an attack of appendicitis, please do so. I have constipation, sour stomach, headache and am weak and listless with pains after eating." "Gwendallne" writes: "Kindly tell me what to do. I suffer with liver, kid ney and stomach trouble. Am consti pated and have slight attacks of bil iousness." Answer: For your stomach, liver and kidneys, take three grain sulpherb tab lets (not sulphur). These little tablets are packed in sealed tubes and contain full directions for using. They will purify the blood and act directly on the liver and kidneys, and If taken regularly will gradually effect a re lief for all ailments that arise from chronic constipation. "Wife": Incontinence or bedwetting In children Is usually corrected by using the following In 10 to 15 drop doses in water one hour before meals: Tincture cubebs, 1 dram; tincture rhus aromatic 2 drams; comp. fluid balm wort 1 oz. Mix well. "C R." writes: "I have a very trou blesome case of catarrh of the head and throat I suffer annoyance and em barrassment very keenly. Can you give me something to stop this trouble?" Answer: Use daily a nostril wash and gargle made with antiseptic vllane powder. Obtain a two or eight ounce box of it and use it according to the directions enclosed. Advertisement SHE LOST HER HAIR AND GOT IT BACK WITH HERPICIDE Don't become discouraged simply be- 1 cause your hair falls and is thin, weak and wispy, until you have tried Herpl cide. "I first began to use Newbro's Herpicide three years ago, after a spell of fever, which caused nte to become almost bald. Herpicide soon restored the quantity and natural color of my hair. I feel lost without a bottle of Herpicide in the house." Thus Mrs. Anna C. Layn. 821 Second Ave., Louis ville, Ky.. tells In her own words how she lost her hair ana how she got it back. Mrs. Layn's experience has been duplicated a thousand times and can be repeated thousands more. Newbro's Herpicide keeps the hair and scalp in a perfectly healthy condi tio n Whrp tho hair papilla has not Lc n dcstrojcl by the ravages of the dandruff germ, the hair will resume Its suspended growth. Newbro's Herpicide eradicates dan druff and checks falling hair. The itching of the scalp stops almost in stantly. Others Imitate and make sum ilar claims, but the original dandrnff germ destroyer is Herpicide. Applications of this wonderful rem edy may be obtained at any good bar ber shop. Newbro's Herpicide In 50c and $1.00 sizes Is sold by all dealers who guar antee It to do all that Is claimed. If you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Send 10c in postage or silver for sample and booklet to The Herpicide Co. Dept R-. Detroit, Mich. Kellv & Pollard, special agents. Advcrt'.sc-m 1 Columbia Grafonola Favorite A. Christmas Grift that the whole family will enjoy. The Best $50.00 Talking Machine in the World. Easy Terms Other Style Grafonolas $15.00 to $500.00 Southwestern Talking Machine Co. EL PASO BRANCH--J. M. SPAIN, MGR. Texas and Stanton Sts. A new Victrola 75 V. me a7 vou were going to spend on a. Victrola X will now obtain a more artistic; instrument than' yow expected. ' Greatly improved in. db Vlctor-Victrola H X.S7S g11 DUt me cost remains Mahocany or Jf .oak the Same. Come in and see and hear this new Victrola. Our easy payment plan will put one in your.home right now. Other style yictors and Yictrolas $10 to $500. W. G. WALZ CO. 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