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EI PASO HERALD
11 V -A. ElIffllWDEFESTS TIE IILA PARK SSEIE BOYS Score is 13 to 0, But the Game was a Good One, Both Teams Playing Football From First to Last; First Defeat of the Agricultural College Boys This Sea son; El Paso Army Offi cers Acted as Officials. STATE COLLEGE. X. it, Nov. St. The New Mexico Agcies met their first defeat at the bands ot a con tender for the southwestern champion ship. Thursday afternoon when the New Mexico CnKersity eleven was able to score two touchdowns to none for the college eleven, making the final fifore IS to 0. The game was exception ally fast and clean. Both elevens were playlns from the first whistle to the last. The men on both teams were fast and fastness characterized their work. Verv few penalties were, called on either side, and those were in every case for off side or some unintentional foul. The work of the varsity in using; the forward pass was exceptionally good. The varsity righthalf. Aydelotte, proved an excellent passer, and was absolute 1 sure on his throws. Brorein and Mohl. as ends for the University, played brilliant games, completing many of the passes made by Aydelotte. It was the forward pass that beat the Aggies. I The upstate ele en gained very little I ground on straight football, though thetr backs were fast and bucked the , line hard. j Straight Football. I The college used straight football were used. The off tackle bucks aad j end runs ot we Aggies were gooa i ground gamers, weddell and Foster, I playing the halfback positions, made j many good gains. Holt and Tuttle, as j fullback and quarter, respectively, were good ground gainers Tne Ageie line held well. Powers and Quesenberry, aa j tackles, nlaved eood fames. Thursday was an off day for the col- i lege eleven. Tne same spirit ana puncn did not characterise their playing aa was displayed in the Arizona univers- ' ity game, or the contest with the School of Mines. It mav be well said that the arsity eleven von by superior playing I on Thursday afternoon, but they did not win from a better team. Judging from the playing of the Aggies during tae season. The Aggies Record. The Aggies have played three prac tice and four championship games. The about your digestive troubles, sick headache, tired feeling or constipation. The depression that induces worry is probably due to a disordered liver, anyway Correct stomach ailments at once by promptly taking ssa They aid digestion, regulate the bile, gently stimulate the liver, purify the blood J -1 i.l- -U 1r11 ana Clear U1C UUWClij Vl dU .,. , Cfa o.,-Q ' VYdSLC iiiatLci. cmc, ouic, t speedy- Acting both as a gentle laxative and a tonic, Beecham's Pills help to larsest Sale of Any Meolciso In tho World, Sold everywhere. Is boio, 10c, 25c TAKE BLEVATOIl. SAVa ss.od ON TOL'li XEXT SUIT. Our Suits at SIS nre regular SM v&lnea. VICTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO. rrfffr Mfm A iaB li-it.it-.In. as&gysiAsii PILLS Right The Wrona' Dawson Base Burner Coke at $8.50 per Ton Will give you more heat, a steadier heat for less money than anything on the market. Is all you want to know about a satisfactory domestic coal. Dawson Fise! Safes Co. Tel. first three championship games were won by the Aggies, only to lose the final to the University. The Aggies de feated the Texas School of Mines. 31 to 6. The following week. Arizona was unable to score, while the Aggies scored three points. The game with the New Mexico Military institute resulted in a IT to 7 victory for the Aggies. On the other hand, the University has played but two championship games, i The first game was played with the t Military institute eleven in Albuquer que, the University losing by a C to S I score. The second game was with the I Aggies and they were successful. This places the championship of the south- j west in a somewhat disputed place. neither the Aggies nor the University ! eleven having a clear title j Foothnll Season Ends. I The game Thursday concludes the football season for the A Kg lee, and , work in athletics will now be turned to basketball. j The teams lined up as follows: I Assies. University Wharton R. E. Mebl Powers (Captain). ..R. T. A. Feather Rooaer R. G Tnrelkeld Res C. Wisely Bowman 1 G Lanrston ' , Quesenberry. ........I T. Brb I Ladd L. B. Brorein Holt..'..'. -rattle g. Lapralk ...F. Baleomb (CapL) ...R. H Ardelotte Faster Weddell u H. Thackeray Army Officers a Official. Lteuts Leonard and Rossell. of the sixth Infantry, and Lleuts. Harris and Swing, of the fourth field artillery, all stationed at El Paso, officiated, and gave general satisfiction. To the above mentioned officials, clean athletics of ' ine soatnwest owe a glowing trtoute. for daring the entire season their work has been far above reproach. At 1:30 in the morning, Thursday, the varsity runners won the cross country run over the college team by score of 11 to 10. Claiborne, of the varsity, took first place. Foster and James, of the college, took second and third places, respectively. Tipton and Boldt varsity, gained fourth and fifth places, respectively, and Bowman, of the college, took sixth place. DEMING FOOTBALL BOYS WIN FROM CLIFTON HIGH TEAM Demme. Jf. M . N'ov. IS The Deminir l High school football team defeated the , Clifton. Arts.. High by a score of 36 to I 0. The game was featured by long end runs by Bobbins, the Demmg halfback, and a drop kick of 45 jards by Carel ton Clark, Deming's captain. WAUGH-MAND0T BOUT IS TO BE FOUGHT TONIGHT Shreveport. La., Nov. 26- The 1S round bout between Bobby Wangh, of , Fort Worth. Tex., and joe Manlot ot New Orleans, which was to have taken place n the open here Thursday, was 1 postponed until tonight on account of i vteather conditions. , JOE RIVBUS KNOCKS OIT JIORISSKY IX K1GHT ' St. Anthony. Idaho. Nov. 36. Joe . Rivers, of Los Angeles, knocked out Lee Morrissey. of Oklahoma City. Okla.. 4ere Thursday, aicbt in the fifth round ! 7f a scheduled '11 round bout The first two rounds were about even, but in the t third Morrissey Degan to weaken in the fourth Rivers had his opponent all but out and with a terrific left nook to the body sent Morrissey to the mat for the count SA ATOXIO POLICK SEHGEA.M ' K 1.11J1IUIUTI1U A. TO BE IMMIGRATION MAX E. P. Warren, desk sergeant at Cen- lra pouce Bullion, aan .inionio, nas given notice that he Is to give up that' wort uvemBcr d. or LnreauuuLS. im mSJuyE? vSSJJL T.te . .-i-l..., Mo ho. ,.IJ tlflot Inn . " --- " a s..- v l. sivwaaavamo. via V t.b. Z? rt,rn2.Tl " " I rrnvsvrriment lat Tarfiff at V.t x; Z ' C- . ". . I .f-.V,;""e" De?,n .""f. niB2S I nearly four months. He took the civil service examination for immigration work a year ago and received notifi cation of employment recently. For over three years he was a deputy United States marshal under marshal Nolte and served much of that time on the Mexican border. EL PASO IX TEXAS HISTORY. Xevin O. Winter, of Toledo, Ohio. Is writing a history of Texas and has written to the publicity department of the chamber of commerce to supply data about KI Paso for the history. The material wHl be supplied to him. CARRIERS' DAY ! Tomorrow, being the last Saturday in the month. Herald carriers will pre sent bills for November subscriptions Subscribers will please note and be ready for the boys. Fancy Egg 5720. Decoration for "El Paso Automobile Weel(' Now Progressing Rapidly The work of decorating the vari ous show rooms for "El Paso Auto mobile Week." which opens on Mon day, is now well under way and several of tho dealers are spending considerable amounts of money on their decorations. Shipments of show cars are also coming In rapidly. The KI Paso Overland Auto company has un loaded the new model 75. announced last week by the Overland company, and scores of visitors looked it over Thanksgiving afternoon. The Southern Motor company will unload the Haynes show cars this afternoon and manager Kussek promises that they will create a sen sation. The Jeffery models will be hero on Saturday. The Franklin models are already here, as are the Chalmers. Chandlers and Dodges. The Studebakers arrived early in the week and there will be no lack of late models to show the visitors. Entries Juarez Jockey Qub Third Day, Nov. 27. CTrat race Selling; I year olds aad up ward. Fire furlone-a. TIIlaton Its 3T2 'Splrella 14J 4413 California Jack 107 481 Oeaeral 147 6819 Mennie Crawford 147 4 Upright lit Mil Srljcaesse Ill Second race Seliinc : 3 year Ms aad in. ward. Five and a half fin-tears. ' . BerehT James 45 S11S MUpefcurz Ind St . TCaxemall Its ! Hearthetooe 19 4134 Hlch Street -. Its (Ifl Freipere's Son 1- -Oxer Third race Sellmr ward. One mile. SIM Wllhlte 1,5 l lei i . -1. -. I I year oMS aad up- j . I lJ , (It: 'Hard Ball 4T LMin Paul its I UC GoMy 144 ' iui John Graham let 43S4 Any Port leg Fourth race Selling; 1 ytir aids aad up- ward. Fire aad a half fnrleaes. Slit Dad Davis K i Undaaated Its Slrttheern tsi 7IJ 'Leford ; t7 S7S7 'Oakland 1ST ( Br Kdtth .... Torkvme S! I Fifth race-Selllas: 3 yearjM. aad up- ward. Five aad a half fBrioaea. I ll'"' H,mB - "3 i tm Marsaad ... S03 OM Con lit ((399) Bossy Johaaon lis 4319 Noble Grand 121 48:7 Jake Arcent Ill Sixth race Selll&e; 3 year aids aad op- ' ward. One mile. i M17 C343 (3S3 91 6331 Peter stalwart at MarJorte D. 98 i Skutnr B. Bonslea Bock . . Joha Louis . . . .. 144 .. 143 . . 144 I .. 1H .. 14 .. 147 f Gallant Bey . . . . 4837 BlaekatiMP . . . . 3S 'Rose O'Neil ... 4144 Clko (4334) Jloonlleht .. . 4Z14 Lady Inaoceaoe 4343 Acumen li; , : Tie Tii ! Hi i S pounds apprentice allowance claimed. TWO AUTOS COLLIDE AT MILLS AND OREGON; WHEELS SMASHED I An auto driven by L. E. 'Wiggins, an employe of the morning paper, and C C. GIbbs's car collided at the corner of Mills ana Oregon street at 3:59 Friday nomine- The r .lrl h. KM.. nad ,n" ,. -Wheels broken off and I th. rs,hh ,tt h, tH. fmi fd. ' CI", w w . Ao ' by Jesus V.lenzuela. collided at , and a Ford "'"?"' -" -. I n j-wrtlj-ul Thnfeiiar nlnht rtwa ?. . a ntftHIA . . - -tr..t. The frontrf ValensueU's car was Bent oy tne collision. Unmcto Addana filed a complaint against D. J MeCalley in the corpora tion court Thursday night, claiming that MeCalley was driving on the wrong side of Magoffin avenue. PLACED PAPER BOX ON STOVE; FIRF nPPflPTMFNT I? Pal I en 1 ." i.. . .a..' i Children at the home of Mrs. L. O. Ouckett 1189 Magoffin avenue, placed a paper box on the kitchen stove and then left the room. The burning box set fire to the curtains and the depart ment was called out at 7:43 a. m The fire was extlngulhsed with chemicals. A fence and woodpile fire at the home of G. F. nines, at KIT Bliss street, caused an alarm Thursday even ing. A fence fire called the department to J 3 Bast Boulevard at 3:37 Friday 1 13 mornlng. OVKRCOAT STOLEN KItOSI KOOJI; TI1IKF LE.IVES COAT 1JKHIND Jose Korakay had an overcoat stolen from his room at 31. South OresoR i WAV OWUUl wavavn I "t5" i.r""" "'" . . .1 C rj. wellep. of 334 Leon street, heard , men In his house and followed them. He grabbed one o the men by the overcoat but the man ran out of tne . coat and escaped. PAID FOR OVEItCOVT M'lTIf 4 IS COUNTERFEIT COINS Two lelcans entered the store ot Vidal & San. at 7t South El Paso street Thursday. They paid 34 for ac overcoat and Vldal discovered that the money was counterfeit. He report ed the case to the police and the money has been given to the federal authori ties. SCHOOLS ARE XXJOYING FOl'R DAYS OF HOLIUAY School children and teachers are en joying a four days vacation for Thanksgiving. School dismissed "Wed nesday afternoon and will not begin again until Monday. The school board did not think it ad visable to -begin school again Friday for the one remaining day of the week. To tbe IVaier Users and Stockholders Of the El raso Valley "Water Users Aaa'n. A number of matters of the highest importance to the Water Users and Stockholders of this Association must be considerel definitely within the next few days The Board of Governors have decided that before taking action in the several matters mentioned, the Stockholders, meaning all those who have subscribed their lands under the Reclamation Act with the Association should be fully consulted. Therefore, it being of the greatest Importance to the interest of the land owners and farmers, a meeting of all Stockholders Is hereby called at the Chamber of Commerce on Saturday No vember the STth. 1915, at 2 ociock p. tn. It Is expected that the "Water Users will not forget the importance of the meeting and will not fall to be present Felix Marlines, President. Adv. The ordinary cost or a Want Ad In The Gl Paso Herald Is 25 cents. It reaches ah average of about 190,000 readers each lssue- A dollar s.tvea oy trayme goods pro duced elsewhere is a dollar thrown at rour neighbor's birds. NEWS BREVITIES Advertisement. Train Bulletin. All afternoon and Bight trains for today are reported on time. Dr. Ceo. Mills BIdg., IU Wells. Osteopath. 44-S TeL 176; Res. 1885-J, Gl raso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 4S9. Dr. Kbert, dentist. S16-31S Mills BIdg. Dr.Anna Heuni.Buckler Bid-over EHte. Wades niters Almost Freezes, 1 Jose Martinez, a li year old boy. waded the river Thursday night and was found by the custom river guard on the river bank almost frozen. He was taken to the police hospital where he was given' emergency treatment and sent to his homo on Santa F street Dr. Jnmlesun has returned and re- sumed bis practice. SIS Mill's BIdg. Fancy dressed poultry dally.Fulton JJkt j I Dr. Banehert. demist. Mills Big. ph. 486T I Sliver King' Care. 09 San Antonio St I Two Chnrged With Having I'lntole. j Francisco Gutierrez and B. Gutlerrer were arrested Thursday night by of , fleer Simpson on a charge of carrying , pistols. They have been transferred to Dinner 25c. Short orders. Home cook ing. Moorheads, SIS B. San Antonio. Dr. Carl Smith. 337 1st Nat Bk. bids. Enchiladas and tamalas every riight American and Spanish Cafe, 417 Mesa. Dr. Bryan, Dentist Herald Bid?, Charged With Having Vlelons Doc. Dr. Thompson Grace filed a complaint against Antonio Saraors. of Broadway and Sixth streets. Thursday afternoon DAILY RECORD - Hnlliibtr rermlU. To NwB,4 lladlfeld. u build two brick bancatows -oa lot It. 1J. II. is and It, Hock M. Bassrtt addition; estimated cast teste. Ts F. P. Pue.-4o build a porch and make repalri at T03tibAa avenue; estimated cost tss. To J. 31. VIHaa to build a aletpimr parch and make repair aTt 113S. Brown street, ea- "mated coat 1. To CwrBe Baaodett to betid a brick store boUdtse on lots and la. block :. H. Stevens addition; oaHmated coot . Norths coraerffor and . street B. T. Stevois to R. J. Schmal- haaaea, lota 17 and IS. blsek 33. Pierce- Flaley addition: comtfderatloB (: Augnat 17. 11. Load In Taleta Kraut. Saata Crus Hohrala .t t a Ima Tf ,i il . .v Ik Talata sraat adJomuiz; Carmen Htrundm tract 31 aad other coneWteratloas; May 4, ISIS, wiff aV."SaroS fs . iinfZt?XSLirMZl - ;,,i ' """ ". "- - i .,. - -. Land la Tiku sraat Santa Crmi Hoi-1 ' ,.e t an in lateaa grant aaata twz moi- wnen xne onei hwi.-io .. ...... " JTi an rl - to Carmen K. do Banandea. two eluded, sight men. said to be anarcn--- " ' acraa la Yrteta (rraat adjoiaiae tv. T'. Davis jsts. bore the rough pine coffin from I jract; it and otaer eoBaroaratioas; May I. . Land la Tsleta grant Ceeitto Morales aad ! ' Carmen H. da ICaralee to Juan Heraaades. ' two acres la Yrteta sraat adjoinlac W. W. Davis tract, SI aad other eoaatdoraUona: aeoteonrr I. 11. North aide of Montana street between Colee and Grant aveaaoa Jose Maria Aldaaa and wife to Aarea Garcia de Gonsale. lot 4 aad east half of lot 3. block 3L Cotton ad- dltloa. consideration 317(4, November 33, ll Ijaim in Alexander addition VT. Cooler to atary xteiie jveeier. iocs l. z ana east nan: of lot 3. bio-k 31. AIcTsader adrfltloa: cow- alderaUoa 337. November 14. lHi. 3oatb.t earner at Stanton and Texaa streota Cbarlea Davfa and wife- bs R. C Llghtbndr north 43 feet ef the west ha'f ef Voek 39. Mllla ap; eanalderatlon J 1 8.44; November S4. 191S. North aide of Fort Btiaa Boalevard. be tween Memphw and Dyer street Frank B. Hadlock and W. C Porter to Geeree BairHe aad John Be Erie of Sierra cowntr. N M.. lots S. 4. 7 and 8. Mock I. Wertlyn Heleht addi tion; 114 and other conslderaUoBa; Ausnat i 1315. Soothalde Of IdalU avesHe. between I"4aaa and Alabama avease-HlrhUnds Keaty contMar to J. . -Nanona. mt i. block 14. Hi-hland Perk Miuon: ceasid- i oration sio: noremoer a. xsia. Kavt aide of Kansas street between Call IW ni .i-"ra errI- uam ii o-m meso and wife to Porrlriii rcarcia. the west 1 half of ots 18. 19. 34 and the west haT ot the aoath eiEht and Ivo-iUrM feet r lot 17. Vok 13. Alvper ajon: consdera- uen fz; ;evemer zz. uie. . t r I-and In Alhambra HelehU" R Wrlaht teJ Gorromo Hemandea lot 1. blopk 4. A'bam bra Helshts adl.in; l and other conaij erations. rec 4. 1911. AutTOoWlea Ucenftcd. 1913 51 Pa- cowetv (road department. five noana-er M"icwelL 4914 Kaeowfei Vralea. S43J Rivera street: five naeenrer Ford. 4914 L. R. V'Clatock. 3347 Bliss street: five passenger Reo. Licenced to Wed. r-harle A. MeO-ery to Nei'Ie Golney. Frank Smith to Brama Woods. Carl 8. Sanden to Cieooatra WaOrap. Deathi. C J. Johnson, polk station. November 34. ased SO years, burial Concordia cemetery, November 34- Cecnto snvina, mi Tays rtroac ovemoer ?t. axed three a terv November 34 ruym. burial Conoordla ceme- M.r-rarito A-toau CoiU and Ord str-t. N'Off-nbfr it. -1 esrhi yera; WrifcJ Con cordia etntry. Xoretnber 24. PiMi GailKo. lMft Brodwr. N'oTembw Tt. ard 1 morj'hi, banal Coneordia eets- I tery. Novrober -i. lrtor Barlow. November 23. agaa n As-nlln ramataw 'VdrtTaaTM- f muUIH3i Wllal vwi.lai .. j . . i -i - pwx , e. November 34. d two yrj; borial Concordia cemetery. s ember 31. Mr Rayo Baca, lot: soutn Kansas street. f Thanksgiving For the benefit of those that could not celebrate Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, we have ar ranged for a fine lot of turkeys, lieius, fryers, ducks, geese, fish, lobsters, oysters, fruits and vegetables for their Sunday dinner. Turkeys, per lb 20c r ' Hens, per lb .-...! .20c Fryers, per lb 25c Fine Speckled Gulf Trout, per lb 20c Lobsters, per lb 1 25c FULTON MARKET The People With the Goods. 114 Texas Street. Phone 6900. (Open Saturday Night Until 9:00 O'clock.) LOCAL. AU cem:ihl on the charge that be keeps a vicious dog which he claims attempted to bite him. " Mission Macaroni, ask your grocer. Dr. Jamlrson. diseases or Kidney.Blad der. Skhi and Rectum. C18 Mills BIdg. Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary Dr Ira W. Collins, physician In chief; Bt M. Alkire. lady specialise: Dr Carl Gibson. Ml W Missouri stieet They cured others. They can cure you. Composer of "Old MKian" DIck. Trenton. N. J. Nov. . Prof. Karl A- Lanrlotx, composer of the famous Princeton song. -"Old Nassau." died at his home her Thursday after a, long illness, iie was years old and Bad been in poor health for five years, two of which b had" ben confined to his room. " :ext time yon eat try the Turf Cafe. SU E. Overland St Ilr. Snttcrlce. Osteopath, 410 Mills BIdg. Jllaalnn Noodles, ask your grocer. Dr. Prarce Osteopathic Pnys. & Sor. 32 Mills BIdg. Phone 4W. Treih vrgtbls, fruits, game. Kulton Mkt Fresh gulf fish, oysters. Fulton Mkt Longwell Be careful of your baggage checks. Leave at Longwelfs. TeL 1. Sunny Monday blnlng. ask your grocer Mission Potato Chips, ask yoar grocer. Plekwlct Cafe, 44S N. Oregon. Fred C. KnoUenOerji announces he has removed his law offices from 4tS Caples Building to 391-3W Caples Building. Phone S7S. Noeembar ts. ad 71 years: burial Ceacer dia cemetery November U. Irnaelo Hentaades. 1113 Hill .street. Ss vamber H. ied thraa moatha: bsrtal Con cordia cemetery. November 34. Birth 01rl. To Mrs. David Owen Byara, 1111 Grama atreet. November . To Mrs. Nat Stanley Good, li Brown street November 14. To Mr. Jaan Calderon, SM Broadway, No- nabr 3. 1 To s. Mi Vlescaz. 1 vlromlag ? street. November t , nlrth Boys. .. To Mrs. NatlTldad Salddo. S East Fourth street November 3Z. FLAG WAVES OVER "HILL" , COFFIN: BODY IS CREMATED ' ., m mv The red flag , Chicago, 111 . ,nov- - The rea ii waved unmolested Thursday over the funeral of Joe Hillstrom, the I. " " . V..-. o.l.n ur.a bTfWtllMl at L tah lieni- I i..tl.n laat week. More than 3VrH , !. from freight trains, factories. I ' lodging houses and the alums attenoen J"E,tL2: ILSJJfViJSSSjS. w.ira ra nD cvuiuv3,u wj ,,. or "kill," a. he was referred to. Th-r was no reUgious ceremony. When the brief eierdses were con tBe aaditorium. The body was later cremated. U. S. AIRMEN COMPLETE FLIGHT TO SAN ANTONIO San Antonio. Tex.. Nov. . The six aviators of the first aero squadron, c. J c 1 narhI San Antonio front Aua- I tin today without accident completing the long flight from Fort 3111, Okla, to new quarters at Fort Sam Houston here. Lieut J. B. caroerry was ure ""?" arrive, landing on tne rorx 5am nt- ton maneuver field at :2b eetocK. TWthrti. the wear 9& mlnutu fonr UaOTO of the aviators appeared. Lieut C. G. Chapman, last of the detachment, ar- I rived at 10:1 ociock. Is your cigarette sensible? AHwesayistbis mazasars ' your steady cigarette is sett aible, whether it is Fsrims or some other one. Is it cool and friendly to your throat and tongue? Does it leave yon feeHog'O.K. after a long day of smoUng? Faumas certainly make good on these two points. Tha only question is wfll they jest suit your Indi vidual taste? They may or they may not Bat It seems reasonable that they zhoakf. for they outsell any other cigarette costing over Sc So you ought to try them. Do that today. A Sensible Cigarette 2Q for Vft Postponed wl fl$M Ti& 'niEag aixw ffl 0 Catarrh a Blood Disease S. S. S. Drives it From Your System - QarttMe Catarrh- affects the nose and S. S. S, it is the greater blood purifier thro.;, earning seres i, the- nostrils. blood tonie kafcwH It relieves th . , . , .. . cause of catarrh by the process of r- fttonna?e of air-naaaa mi anil ratherim? I ... .. . r ;... in the throat, it has b..-n common prac tice to treat Catarrh by lotions, washes and sprays applied to these parts. This mode of treatment is entirely wrong. j It cannot give permanent relief, and it j is liable to irritate and aggravate the j trouble. Catarrh cannot be trifled with. It allowed to ran on it Till disease the I onchial tubes, settle on the tuns. the j hardly realize it you are well. S.S.S. stomach indeed it i. a very serious di ;-1 it a natural blood tonie and has proven ease. Dor-'t treat it locally. TL- fact ! effective in the treatment of'alKbTood that it causes headaches is. proof that it ! a i lections. Eczema, tetters, rash, Scrot n caused by impure and diseased blood. ula. (' S. S. S. at yo r druggist's. If The one treatment that has proved ef- you need special advice write the S. S. fective in the treatment of Catarrh b S. Co., Atlanta, Ga. Advertisement. My Physician Prescribed jDuffy's When I recommend." Charles Vr. Gtttlemaa. MR- CHARLES YV GITTLEMAX. 18S4 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, N. T. His recent letter states he is stiU grateful forwhal Duffs's has doner "There is but one and Just one Duffy's as to quality. I would rather be without my dinner than without Duffy's. Tour product certainly put me back on my feet after a long spell of sickness (pneumonia) and I will always be more than pleased to recommend it" (Signed) Chas. W. Gittleman. Duffy's Pure M ait Whiskey I " "lost valuable tonic-stimulant wnow medical worth has been proved av times For more than half a century it nas orougm ine oieasings ot onuui w overworked men, delicate women and the sickly, who find in it the strengthen ing properties so necessary to them. It is a great remedial agent in the treat ment of coughs, colds and stomach complaints. Prescribed by many doctors and recognised as a family medicine everywhere, you, too. can "Get Duffy's and Keep 1 Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of imitations NOTE Get Onffy's from your local drcgglst. erocer or dealer, f I.8S per bottle. If be cannot sup ply yon. write ns, we will tell yon where to xet It. Medlcsl booklet free. The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. Rochester. K. Y. No orders solicited In D''loiiBuarJiKoivT 1 JLOCCMOTIVTSIga SUNSET On Sale Daily, Limit May 31st. ONLY A FEW DAYS left in which to visit the CALIFOENIA EXPOSITIONS at low rates. CITY TICKET OFFICE, NO. 206 NORTH OREGON ST. RAILROAD AND AUTOMOBILE TIME TABLES AH trains arrive aad depart from Cnhm statlsw. kM- Saa Fraaehwe street. All arrivala and departures given in SI Faso or mountain standard time SANTA FE. For Albuquerque. Denver. Chicago. Los Aneelee Lv. 4 44 a. m. and 3:M p. m. From Albaqaerqao, Denver. Chicago. Las Aaceiee Ar. 11a.m. and 443 p. nx EL l'ASO S-OOTllWESTEKX. (Western Dlihlon.) For Arizona and Sonera Lv. 3:55 p. m. and 7:44 p m. From Arizona and donors Ar. 7:04 a, m. and 1:40 p. m. ttiaatern IHrltn.) For Kansas dty. St. Lonis aad Chicaso L 1 5S p. m. and 4:45 p. m. or Tacumcarl Lv. 7:34 a. SB. From Chicaso. St. Lost, .Bd Kansas City Ar 4 10 a. m. aad 3:44 p. m. From Tucumcmrt Ar. 7Mb.hl O. II. Jfc S. A. ANDS. P TRAINS. For San Antonio, Nr OrtWttfa'and Wish iuirtun L. 8 45 ft m. and 1. p. m Frvm Waatalnxton, New Orkcams and San Ant"nin Ar 5'J p,. M. and If IK m. Fo- Arizona and Calif ri It. :M a. m. 6 p m and 19:15 p m. From Arizona and CaJiformia Ar. S:Jt a. m., 4 3d p m and 10 p. m. TEXAS Jt PACIFIC. For lal.ab and St. Loula Lt. (It L m.. T p m. K-oti sr. Lcni: and Xallaa Ar. 9-45 a. m.. & 33 p m MEXICAN CENTRAL. For Eaacaliesta and intermediate pom' 1-. Juarez at 8 p. m From A.ruascahente' and lntmedlat poInt Ar Fuarez 7 -0 a. m. ' MEXICO M1 NORTH WBSTBftX. V - Pfaron nd Intrrviadtat potBt ! Juircz Munda)s and Thurfdajra it , fet, Fr-m Pfjirtn Ar. JbaretV av fl-w Wad ne- i3 ard Prfdajac " ,,.- 3l'l'JjJ)fjM BosirKLL-CMor(noAtexaHK jtomnbi.ti lettie Alamofordo fo Ko-tit-'l it " 30 a m. anie at Rowlt at 6 M p m Westbound automobll teava Ro ! for Al unocordu at T a m. Arri at A. Ian oxordo at 4 IS p. n. 8topa ar rnf W at thf fadowtnr polnta. Puifho, Tinr.ie. Hondo. San Patrldo. la roe Whit Mt, inn. Mescalero. Bent, Ula roH La Ldz. Through f-tro on way 10 90. Interm- tllate point Sc pr mile Twenty-flTo pourUt bareEe carried free. Extresd 1c per pound Te -phone No. 22 or No 64. Roswell; 41 jT 43 Alairoaordo Bert B-onlnr Grtil Mar. RosweH. New Mexlcv MAKFA-FOKTHAI$ AtTOMAIL IJNIi Iavfat, Fort DaU 4aii aud Sundajj 8. a. m, L-ves Marf,. . .. 2 p.m. One way. SI 30. r:n1 trip S4 0. O. T. Dv.4. Irnp. BL.VCK K-E IT4I STAGE AND EXl'RESA LINE. Pa'-Tpe'r " itf. i ilng 1-rg'" an1 h in ' ti'v Ttpt Sundae it I a. m. for l-Vphint Hutv Curhlllo Cii!ow Spiinc. aii V irif TTiutrh fare oa way. $: ltf pf-r mlV Bar ijs- -vi r ' ' icDU ptr iurd- pounl3 free. 3J J; uourishine the blood, renewing it? strength and vigor, giving new life tc the red blood corpuscles, and stimulat ing the flow so that it has the vitality to throw off the poison and germs from the system. It is literally a blood bath. You quickly feel results. Headaches disappear, the gathering in the thrr it stops, the nostrils heal belore you Had Pneumonia The value of a reliable stimulant in pneumonia cases is appreciated by both profession and laity. Mr. Gittleman was benefitted by Duffy's when suffering from pneumonia. What he says is interesting; I have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey aa a medicinal tonic since IMC. I had pneumonia and was di rected by my family physician to use. Daffy's. It did me a great deal of good and ever since it has been used by mv family. I am JS years of age and a commercial traveler. Am outdoors a great deal, and find this medicine a worthy stimulant and good preventa tive of colds, etc- which I cheerfnlly Well" violation of Texas laws. WINTER TOURIST RATES to Points In the SOUTHEAST VIA HICKOK HOTEL AXn altro IXNB Trips to Elephant Butte an 4 "palcm4 Sprtrsa cars meet all trains. BIG SPRINGS. LAMEAA.T4Cr.ArrO LTN'B Leaves Bis Sprincs dally except Saaday ac 4:3 a. m atrlvlBs' Lameia via Soaah and Spw-enserg. at 13 noon, retnrnlax to Blc ajartaaa same day at 5 p. m. 13.50 oaa way. 34.44 reand trip. OordiH & gfanlth. Fropa. BIx ffprtsss Tex TULAR0SA-1LESCALEKO. Ante leavoa Tamrosa for Meaealero. dally. 33 round trip: fare to Alamorordo ti. I). ,T. bboemaker Anto Line. Tnlaroaa. N. 34. . -""g, i" ?5iai'VjKj, A."3" a.ae.'lSlr ' ,5? Wire or write for reseraatrSacf & Eight years eiperleec iloiiifoa Bead. Frank Towase'nd.f " P. O. Box 74 BhOMSsil aTUTwr LAS CRBCBS XUIG XtNE. FOK MBiILLA VAIXEt POINTS. Lseavts Herald offlc ee week day at S-1S p m. Fare from 'HI Paso to nrt -V-. I -Ti Anthony jt4j 5r r- J?"0 ,. 1-3? 3lesUite -:.4 IT Meatlla Park ;.. 2.0. t-- Cntcea , -," Leave Laa Cntcea Xnr Co. for El Pa?. at S p. m. daily. LAKE VALLEY, UILL3BORO AND KING STON AITO STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE Meets all tr.una at Lake Valley. Wlr at ray expense for aped a! tripa any whtre at any turn Rates roasocable F. ,V. MISTER, Hlllstrc.ro. N. 3. ULOBE TO PHOENIX. Elcllt taotira. Via Rooaavs't ti.tn. Lavf D .Tiinion hotel. Globe, daily, s M . m. Arrire Phoenix 4 3d p m Fare SIS Make tx rvatlona it atiance .IU aliy Ante Stage Utw. Globe, Ariz. KOSHELI.-CAKRIZOZO MAIU LL t r-tsenger service tea viae both Rose . ; Rid Carrisoxo dally and Snnday at 8 a. n for rl acho. Tinnl. Hondo. Unco. a. Ft. , i."tu. Carltan and Notzal. T a rough fare one ay. $S 40 Interme diate points jt $ per mile Baffcag car ried up to its jouTia. zq pounds free Excess at Jc per puuntL Roswell Auto.Co. Owners and Operators. EI. PASO-1. MESAAtTO LINE. I PPER 1LLEV nHCT SIDE. HCRVl.li DELIVERY. L.-e-- Hr-- t . t e taeh utfit -laj at 4 9 p m. r (ri trr Ti KI Paso to t..e ful-.fi-tnic i .r-- -L fv lows: i muii j 5" Ija t ron nore i n Chamberlno 1 3j La Mena l rar !n Le Me-a for Fl pm at S a. a. Ts.ejvhone 34r. I-a Me-a. N U itfja K x. Hewitt.