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EL PASO HERALD
Fridav, Nov. 26, 1915. ' TO ASSIST FESTIVAL El Paso Delegation Goes to Las unices to Ask Co operation of Valley. The Eiepnant Butte Water Users'3 association will be asked to assist the Kl Paso Valley association ip financ ing the International Irrigation con gress meeting here next falL Friday afternoon a party of El Paso business men, headed by R. B. Orndorff. presi dent of the chamber of commerce, fM. A. Fraser. secretary and A. W. Reeves, traffic manager, left in Mr. Orndorffs auto for Las Cnsces to meet Marie B. Thompson, L. Clapp. IL B. Link and other members and officers of the Ele phant Butte association in a conference on the financing of the irrigation con gress. They took with them the con tract which has been signed by the officers of the congress and the local water users and the plan of financing the congress here will be considered In detaiL Las Crnecs to Cooperate, At a luncheon held in ElPaso re cently the members and officers of the Elephant Butte association announced that that organization would be glad to cooperate with the El Paso associa tion and chamber of commerce In en tertaining the congress as it is to be a part of the festival of valleys and plains to celebrate tbe opening of the Elephant Butte dam ad will include tbe Mesilla valley as well as the El Paso valley. Another Congrex. A letter has been received from W I Drummond, chairman of the board of governors of the International Farming congress, saying that the offices of the congress would be moved to El Paso soon from Ienver to pre pare publicity matter for the 1916 con gress which will also be held here as a part of the fall festival. Mr. Drum mond has written the chamber of com merce that he has a number of plans for getting crowds of -farmers to at tend the congress here. He says Den x r made a much better offer than last y-ar to entertain the congress there axain in 1916 and three other cities had offered to entertain the congress but that i:l Paso had been decided anon and the congress and Soil Products exposi tion will be held here next fall. Tbe special process used In preparing Avondale Brand Oats Is what makes them better. Avondale Oats are put np m a paraffine-llned. moisture proof and airtight packages. Absolutely sanitary and free from bugs and weevil. Adv. Detective, disguised as a chair, looking for Point 7. Veil armed but too chary in his movements. Have you found Point 7? 1 Crowded with flavor 2-YelTetybody-NO GRIT 3 Crumble-proof 4 Sterling purity 5 From a daylight factory 6 Untouched by hands k$ttittg Gtxm 5 The7-point $wn PEPPEftMtNT-IN BED WHAPPtH CINNAMON -IN BLUE WRAPPER oo o P0Of poo' Wishes to announce that lie is sole owner of the firm formerly Stearns and Patterson, and is doing business at the old stand, 504 Mesa Ave. Phone 790. These are some of his Saturday Specials 24 lb. Sack Hour for ....... , 3 C&D6 Standard Corn for 2 Combs Hosey for . t 7 Bolls Toilet Paper for 85c 25c 25c 25c 10 lbs. Snowdrift (t -J O C for 3)l.ZO 10 lbs. Silver Leaf j 1 A f Lard for ij ! .fiU 3; Cans Faney Sliced Eifa Pineapple for OlrC rPorrk,bChops- 22'2C 17 lbs. Sugar $1.00 Remember we don't ask you to carry your groceries. Free delivery. CLYDE E. STEARNS Phone 790. Copyright, 1M, International News Service, S7T7 HEU.0.5?UIR-,tn. rr-rs - - r ikchui.1 ir,ron 1 1 am- imkukwv Tin zv iihat mri vvi. - -v srssii INOW v the HtpiaHEjAOJVj. Mfo -f ; ? &2l - mm ULHittlE Too) Wy&'SWRg) ivl- i$$& ICARETJH? MIKADO VISITS TOMBS OF , THREE JAPANESE RULERS Kioto, Japan, Nov. SS. Accompanied by the whole court, emperor Toshito left here this morning for Imagumano. raura in the suburbs of Kioto to vl.-,i: the mausolea of the emperors Ko kaku, Nlnko and KomeL This was to permit the emperor to pay his respects and formally announce the I conclusion of the accession to the spirits of several of his imperial predecessors as he had done previously before the mausolea of emperor Jimmu ' and emperor Mutsuhito. Emperor Kokaku was the great grandfather of the late emperor Mut suhito, emperor Xlnko the gradfather and emperor Komel the father of em peror Mutsuhito. The tombs of those emperors are at the same place in a peaceful hamlet named Imagumano. After finishing his worship the em peror and the Imperial retinue re turned to the Imperial palace here this afternoon. 2 Packages Macaroni for Large Gold Dust for 3 Tall Cans Salmon for -... 2 Hat Cans Faney Red Salmon for Large Bottle Snidera I'-atsup for 2 Loaves lGe Bead for .-.. 2 Pork and Beans for 15 lbs. Sweet Potatoes for 15c 20c 25c 25c 20c 15c 15c 25c 504 Mesa. HOWSON LOTT! THE MEDICINE BALL IS GREAT FOR DEVELOPING THE CHEST Bedtime Story For tke Little Ones "Uncle Wigily and the Baked Potatoes." By HOWARD B. GARIS. "Ml My! Nurse Jane Fussy Wuzxy!" exclaimed Uncle Wiggily Longears, the rabbit gentleman, as he came in the hollow stump bungalow one afternoon, sniff ing the air. "Why, it smells like like almost like Thanksgiving," he said "What la ltr "I guess It's potatoes I'm baking in the oven for your supper." spoke Nurse Jane. "Does it smell like that" "It does indeed," the bunny uncle replied. "Baked potatoes! How I love 'em!" and he smacked his whiskers, and made his pink nose twinkle like a star on top of a Christmas tree. "How long before they will be baked. Nurse janer "Oh. not long now," was the answer. The muskrat lady opened the oven door to look at the potatoes. They blinked their eyes at her and the love liest smell ton can Imagine came out of the kitchen. "Oh But that makes me hungry!" cried the bunny uncle. "I can't hardly wait. Nurse Jane." But he had to, of coarse, and pretty soon the potatoes were baked, but still supper was not quite ready. "I have to fry some carrots for you." eaid the muskrat lady. "And, while you are waiting. Wiggy, perhaps you would like to take some of these nice, hot baked potatoes oTer to Grandfather Goosey Gander. I don't believe the old goose gentleman has any of his own." "Indeed it's very kind of you to think of him." spoke the gentleman rabbit. "I will gladly take some baked pota toes over to him. Put them in a towel in a basket, so they will keep hot, for it is very cold out and It is beginning to snow. Nurse Jane wrapped the piping-hot potatoes in an old towel and put them in a little basket for Uncle Wiggily to carry to Grandfather Goosey Gander. Meanwhile the rabbit gentleman put his red woolen tippet about his neck, tucked his ears down under the collar of his fur coat and out he wept into the cold storm. It was getting dark now, but Uncle Wiggilv had with him a lantern made of fireflies in a milk bottle, and they flashed enough light for him to see: j those nice lightning bugs did. : On and on went Uncle Wiggily.! thinking how glad Grandfather Goosey j Gander would be to get the hot bakeJ potatoes. "And I'll be glad myself to get back On eggs, LEA & PERRWS SAUCE makes a delicious condiment. these ai-d mrt,'lfiw to my nice, warm bungalow," thought Uncle Wiggily, "and have some hot po tatoes with the rest of the nice sapper Nurse Jane Is getting ready for me." But still the rabbit gentleman did not mind doing a kindness to Grandpa Goosey, even though it was not pleas ant to go out in the storm and dark ness. On and on went tbe rabbit gentle- j man- Now and then a cold gnowflake j would fall on his pink, twinkling nose. ana ii wvuiu mK aim sneeze; "AA-ker-choo-chi-o!" But Uncle Wiggily did not mind that Pretty soon the rabbit gentleman heard a voice crying In the woods: 'Oh. how cold I am! How very cold and shivery! My paws are so cold I can't wipe the tears out of my eyes with my pocket handkerchief. Oh, dear. "Well, well! That is too bad1" thought Uncle Wiggily. "Some one in , trouble, I'm sure. I must see if I can ' help them." i He had no fear, had Uncle Wiggily.' for though it sounded like tbe fussy fox crying, the rabbit gentleman knew the fox had turned good now and would not hurt him. And it was the fox. There he was. walking slowly through the storm, ' blowing on his paws with his breath, ' trying to warm them. i "Whv. what happened?" asked Uncle , Wiggily. "Oh, I did not know It was going to I be so cold today," answered tbe futzy I fox, "and I forgot my mittens. Now ! my paws are almost frozen!" j "Ha! I can very easily fix that!" said I the Jolly rabbit gentleman. "I'll show ' you how to warm your paws." "Not on your lightning bug lan tern," said tbe fox. "That has' no heat in it." "No. but my basket has," said the rabbit gentleman. "Just put your paws down in this towel In the bas ket." The fox did so. "Why"' he cried in surprise party talk. "How warm it is! What makes -it" "Hot baked potatoes." answered Un cle Witrgilj "I have some In the bas ket. And thev are good to eat, too!" "Really" cried the fox. "Well. Tm almost as cold inside as I am outside, so if you don't mind " And with that, before Uncle Wiggily knew what was happening, the fox took the hot baked potatoes out of the basket and ate them, erery one. saving Kitchen Recipe- Hanirer containinfr other nc w recipes sent on reqccit. Lea & Perrins, Hubert St, New York City. the warm skins to wrao his Daws In until he could get to his den after bis mittens. "Ob, thank you, so much. Uncle Wig gily!" barked the now good fox. "Yon have wanned me inside and outside too! I will do as mnch for you some day." And away he ran. Uncle Wiggily. puzzled like, scratched his nose. "I didn't intend tbe fox to tit those baked potatoes, which were fo" Grand pa Goosey. But since he did -, be fore I could stop him Oh. well, what matter?" Uncle Wiggily was too po lite to tell the cold fox of his mistake, for you see. the fox thought the po tatoes were for him to eat as well as warm his paws at. Til go get Grandpa Goosey and bring him home to supoer with me." said Uncle Wiggily. "Then he can hsve as many baked potatoes as he likes. So Uncle Wiggily did. and he and Nu'se Jae had a good laugh at the fox. snd Grandpa Goosey laughed also. So this teaches us that mistakes will hapoen even with baked potatoes. And if the klttie rat doesn't plant the bird seed, and make little canaries grow up in our bick vard. I'll tell you next about Uncle Wiggily and his sneezes. Copvrlght. 115, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate. PUBLIC SERVICE BILL TO BE OFFERED AGAIN Austin. Texas. Nov. !. The public ' service commission bill, in which it is proposed to place all public service corporations under the jurisdiction and supervision of a committee is to be in- ' traduced again in tbe thirty-fifth legfs- lature. It is announced by state sen- , ator Clyde A. Bobbins, of Henderson i county, who is here today. ' This measure was introduced in the , senate of tbe thirty-fourth legislature but was killed by the senate commit tee to which It was referred. The Daily Novelette TilK GSri3RS. Hltrh your nagon to n star but don't forget to MUfiply yourxelf with a para chute attachments Prof. Mmp. THE waves were mountain high, each dash of spray was equal in volume to the foam on 77.88S.S75 growlers, 77 glasses of beer. But still the little life boat from the wrecked Mary O'Poof climbed up one wave and down the next, up the next and down one. "Higgins," gasped able seaman Took Its, "any second day may be our last on earth." "You mean on sea," gasped "Holy Henry" H:?;ii8, always a stickler for the exact truth. "Higgins, ' gasped Tookitts. "the rest of us alas laughed at you for preaclflu' and pra in' aaout the decks. But now here's us two in a little egg shell climbin up one wave and down the mxt. with any second msv be our iast, and oti re the onl one knows how to pra " "Th, rt-u.irl of th righteous is manifold, g i"pvl Hol Henry Hig gins. "Ve just discovered there's only our life jr sr er aboard." gasped Took-1M'- u pra mul 111 put it on i, 1 ti; a- two mountain m.u1' sir i s-li t '.. th-in ,r"l a dark facta ". ij'l L K i ihril . Well Known Remedy Relieves Chronic Case Important to Dispose of Waste from tbe Stomach With Regularity. People frequently attribute to failure of the digestive organs conditions that are primarily due to inactive bowels, and apply remedies that from their very nature are more apt to aggravate than to relieve the disorder. When the bowels act regularly the stomach is in better shape to perform Its alloted tasks and can usually be depended upon. To keep the bowels in condition there Is no more effective remedy than the combination of simple laxative herbs know as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which is sold In drag stores for fifty cents a bottle. rr. Caldwell has prescribed this rem edy in bis practice for over a quarter of a century and it is today the stan dard household remedy in thousands of homes. Mr. Thos. D Loach, with the Department of tne Interior. Office of Indian Affairs, at Washington, wrote Dr. Caldwell recently that "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the best laxative I have any knowledge of and the cleaning up guaranteed by Its use relieves every organ " A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep sin should be on hand in every home DASHING WIDOW A HIT AT CRAWFORD "The Dashing Widow" dashed onto the stage of the Crawford theater Thursday night before a crowd which taxed the capacity of the theater and pleased the big crowd with three acts of musical comedy fun. The widow is a part of the Lynn McClintock com pany which is playing an engagement at the Crawford and was the opening show of the run which will continue through Sunday night. "The Dashing Widow" is a combina tion of girls, music and fun and is an other success like "Little Mies Fix It." which Introduced the McClintock play ers at the Crawford. The company will change bills twice each week, on Thursday and Monday nights during its run here. TODAY'S MiuSEIfiErrrS VMUMJIY AXD THE HUMMING BHID." A society drama, strong In its pres entation and ending in an Intense climax, is the offering at the Alhambra today only. Charles Cherry, the fa mous Frohman star, makes bis first screen appearance In the big dramatic stage success, "The Mummy and Ihe Humming Bird." a society drama that has an appeal to all human hearts, a story teeming in Interest and thrills, one that is well built and will create increasing Interest. Tomorrow the Alhambra will present Clara. Kimball Young in Waldron Bailys big story. "The Heart of the Blue Bldge." Adv. KTHBt. BARRYMOItB TOMORROW. Saturday and Sunday the Unique pre sents Ethel Barrymore, the noted stage star, in Tbe Final Judgement," a five part melodrama that is really one of the big pictures of the Tear. "The Final Judgement" is a story of stage life, with elaborate settings, and a plc ture.that will hold your close attention during tbe entire five reels; It is a picture for the audience of today. This play is by the eminent dramatist. George Scarborough, author of "The Lure." "At Bay" and other big Broad way stage successes, and Is proving such a hit that it is now being arranged for the stage. If you want to see a great star in a great play, arrange now for Saturday's matinee, as seats will be in great demand after this picture once gets underway. The shows start at It noon. 1-15. SS"M, S:45. 5. 6:15, 7:30, SM5 and 1 p. m. Adults IS cents, chil dren It cents. "The Coward." one of the best and strongest dramas ever shown in SI Paso, is being shown today for the last time Advertisement. "JOB MARTIN TURNS THEM LOOSE." The greatest animal thriller ever pro duced. "Joe Martin Turns Them Loose." will be seen at the Bijou today for the last time. This is an animal picture, but not a drama. It is a comedy, and one of the most startling forms of hu morous amusement that we have ever laid eyes upon. An elephant shoves the police station in the river; tigers enter a millinery establishment and devastate Its contents as well as petri fying the occupants; several bears wreck a delicatessen store: an entire boardinz house is, thrown into pande moninum bv the unheralded entranceof all varieties of animals. It shows all this and a lot more than is both thrill ing and funny Marguerite Courtot. the dainty Kalem star, will be seen in a one-act drama also. The Adventures of Marguerite." Miss Courtot is won derfully effective in this picture. Don't fall to see it as tt will be shown today only. Russek. of Fifth avenue. New York, the foremost taillieur In America, is furnishing the gowns worn by Miss Courtot in these pictures. Tomorrow. Charlie Chaplin will be seen in a new and funnier role than ever, 'A Night In the Show." Adv. H. D. JOHNSON CHARGED WITH DAMAGING PROPERTY BY BLAST H. T Johnson, a contractor who has been blasting in the vicinity of Nevada and Stanton streets, was placed under arrest Friday morning on a charge of damaging property in that vicinity. Because of the explosions, which the contractor is said to have discharged the home of R.' M. Dudley, on Mesa avenue, and Mrs. J. C. Walker, on Stan ton street, were damaged by having plastering knocked from the ceilings. OPHELIA JZy MR. THOS. DeLOACH for use when needed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 451 Washington St, Monticello, HI. I WAS ONE OF UNCLE SAM'S BOYS IN J61 Internal Hemorrhages of the Kidneys Have Now En tirely Disappeared, j The symptoms of a. deranged stom ach frequently take the form of head ache, backache, indigestion, dyspepsia. constipation. coated tongue. fonl breath, affected liver, kidneys or rheu matism. These symptoms yield readily to the new herbal system tonic. Plant Juice, which is a combination of na ture's own remedies, medicinal roots, herbs, barks and berries. Daily testi monials are being received from scores of people telling how they have been relieved from illness of long standing. For instance, Mr. Henry Wagner, who resides on Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio, gives the following testimonial. Mr. Wagner is a well-known G. A. R. mas, and although S3 years of age. Is still very bright and actlTe. He writes; "Plant Juice has brought abont a wonderful cure in my case. I had a very serious affection of the kidneys, with heavy, dull, shooting pains In my back. I had a great many Internal hemorrhages of the kidneys. This con dition has now entirely disappeared. T was very restless at night and could not sleep. I sleep now the night through and think It is wonderful after having suffered so many yea-s. r certainly recommend Plant Juice to anyone who has kidney trouble, as there is nothing like it" Plant Juice Is sold in El Paso at Kelly & Pollard's Drug Store. A3 GROSS. FEVERISH CHILD IS BUS Look, Mother! If tongue is coated give "California Syrup of Figs." Every mother realizes, after gnuii her children "California Syrup of Figs ' that this is their Ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and It thor oughly cleanses the tender little stom ach, liver and bowels without griping When cross, irritable, feverish or breath is Jad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a tea spoonful of this harmless "fruit laxa tive." and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and undi gested food passes out of the bowels, and. you have a well, playful chilr again. When its little system is full ol cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, di arrhoea, indigestion, colic remember, a good "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy, they know a tea spoonful today saTes a sick child to morrow. Ask your druggist for a 59 ceat bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions for babies. children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware of coun terfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Advertisement. HEADACHES ThooMsas of men snd women saScr boa headaches erery day. other taoosuid? haTe headaches every week or every month, and still others have headaches occrjkmaJlj. but not at regular intervals. The best Doctor is often usable to nod the cause o( many of these headacaei. and in smkc other cases, knowing the cause, he does not now what will remove it. so as to give a permanent core. Ail he can do is to prescribe the onal pstn relievers, which give temporary renef. bat tbe beadacbe returns as usual, and treatment is a (rain necessary. II y oaf offer from headaches, so matter what their nature, taxe Anta-taunnia Tablets, and the results will be satis factory in the highest degree. Sou can obtain than at all dmggnts in any quantity. 10c worth, 3Gc worth or more. Ask for A-K Tablets. SICK-HEADACHES Sict-headacie. the most miserable ot an sick Besses, fcwes It terrors when A-K Tablets are tafcen. When yea ieel an attack coming on. take two tablets, and in many eases, tbe attack will be warded of. During an attack take one A-K Tablet every two hours. The rest and com fort wmch follow, can be obtained in so other way. Gnone AK Tablet bear tk At mooe. gram. At all druggittu New "Way to Curl Hair Without Heated Irons Hair tortured with the curling iron f bound to become dry harsh and briu , as ma 7 know frort sad expenen r It's far mt ti-'Nt- i ue plain iqutJ slim ri ne nhUh n j j n harm and wh'ih. produt.?: th- nr -t mm affect lraitg'n abV i tEK.- i r - nir to apply the sflmeriif inn he -ur u i made to t. jrl n ar ' r :i i - -u iu conform itt. jn st t . t Y t r v -i ; A few oumei iriih '-j,f "on s time it i- int ar i ;-- 1 .aid si marine j I- i f f'f r kv j Jocsn t sta'a or -T k "if r ( - t1- p A convenient way lo as it Is to pour -o-t I two t-iMepotifu! into h saucer hh 1 i vi-a th a ileftii tooth hru-h &ppl e n X j tlj h 4ir r in r t r i 1' th - o ! . f -r- rvti i r tb- i Mr i k - t a I owm t. k ! i- 4 u ' ia lu n 1 'r -, , V .