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EL PASO HERALD
14 INQ JOHNSON FREED I Mar fa. Tex. Johnson, Fl Feb. Paso 12 Georg-e ranchman, who B BASE FOR ROAD uounty commissioners stood pat on tl l awarding of the paving contract 'or the four mile island road, at a meeting in Judge E. B. McClintock's courtroom Wednesday afternoon, when they refused to award a con tract for pavmg the road with any otaer material besides bitulithic on i crushed rock base, at il.iS per Mjuare yard. Representatives of the tax and ( f-onomj league met with the com missioners, but little was said re garding the paving contract. The i?mbera of the committee asked that. for the sake of better paving and r. onomy. the contract provide for the road to be pa ed with solid concrete, sarirg although it was a cent higher per square yard, it was worth it Concrete would have cost $2.49, against $2.48 for bituminous on a -rushed rock base When the commissioners met last Tionth they decided to pave the Island ' oad with hituhthic on a concrete lase which would have cost fLM per squa-e yard. The tax and economy ' ommittee objected, and asked for the 12 4? material. The commissioners i . " V"jj wa ceived from the department of agri n.twi Ain ,,. . .- .Ifr culture. Here is the answer to the ha hen nn trial hftrp in rnnnrtiAn J nrcinrl on New , - -- - -- it-- : r. . . . -i - . found guuty oy a jury in wf n with the death of Arthur Wilson, was found not guilty after the jury had deliberated six hours. The tragedy occurred at Lobo. Tex., last recember. Tom Lea and R. EL Tbomason, of El Paso, were at torneys for the defence and the pros ecution was conducted by district at torney J. Q. Henry, assisted by A. J. Harper, of El Paso and C. C Belcher, of Del Rio. This trial, giving defendant acquit tal, was the second, the first hearing leaving been held at Van Horn Split Dollar Five Ways to Beat High Coslt of Living, Advice of U. 5. The way of beat the food game is p split the dollar into five parts, according to information which Miss Helen Hubbard Swift, home eco nomics demonstrator has just Jury Returns Guilty Verdict In Gaddy Case George Gaddy. 2S years did, a soldier nr th iitn inramrT. cnaxKea wsui murder in connection of the death of constable Bam Stepp of the smelter years arv district courtroom Wednesday night. night, was material. Again the committee asked tor the $2 49 material, bat the oom ir i6s loners refused to grant their ap peal HUDSPETH ASKS HATCHERIES FOR CKRISTOVAL AND MENARD Washington, D. CL, Feb. 12. Bills for fish hatcheries at Chrlstoval and Menard, to cost $50,600 each, were introduced Wednesday by represent ative Hudspeth. IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD NOISES If yon have roaring; buzzing noises in your ears, are getting hard of hearing: and fear Catarrhal Deafness, go to your druggist and get 1 ounce of Parmlnt (double strength), and add' to n. pint of hot water and & little granulated sugar. Take 1 tablespoonful four times a day. This ttOI often brine Quick relief from the distressing bead noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing come easy and the mucus stop dropping in to the throat. It is easy to pre pare, coats little and is pleasant to take. Anyone who has Ca tarrhal trouble of the ears, la hard of hearing or has head noises should five this pre scription a trial. Adv. riddle Out of every dollar spent use 20 cents, more or less, ior vegetaoies and fruit, 20 cents, or more, for milk and cheese, 20 cents or less for meat. fish and eggs. 20 cents, or more, for oreao ana cereals, and ze cents, or less, for sugar, fat, tea. coffee, choco late, and flavoring If you raise part of your food, pay yourself for it at market prices and count this In as part of the money spent. Man Lives in El Paso 40 Years Without Once Viewing Census Taker W. A. Miner, 416 South El Paso street, would nice to see what a census enumerator looks like. He has been in Texas since 194 and in El Paso since 1800 and has never seen one yet. according to a letter he wrote to the chamber of commerce. In his letter. Mr. Miner says: "Having lived in the state of Texas since May 10, 1840. and In the city of 1 Paso since Feb. 4. 1880. and never having met with a census taker, would be real glad to meet one of the animals to see what it looks like." He was sentenced to serve 20 years in the penitentiary. Gaddy sat motionless and almost expressionless throughout the trial and also when the verdict was an nounced. The state asked for the death pen alty. The soldier pleaded not guilty. He said tie&id not take part in the rohherv of J. FL Edison, a railroad man. near the smelter, just before the killing or the constable, ana ne saia he was not with his friend Crie when Crie shot and killed the constable In the nresence of Edison and special officer W. H. Cain. The testimony of the special officer to the eiiect that Gaddv was the man he held his gun against to keep him from firing when Crie was snooting tne constaoie and the testimonv of Edison to the effect that Gaddy was the man with Crie at the shooting and was also the man who robbed him of $4 and his watch and chain, did not seem to have any effect on the soldier, who C1QHK lO JIM OIlgURLI MUj. uauu; sssa-ssj uv a,vuuu ura naivu ssuia chain on the railroad track. The watch and chain belonged to Edison, it was proved. Te $0 in his pockets when he was arrested, the soldier said, was his own money. Crie paid the penalty the night the constable was killed. It is alleged that Crie shot four or five times at constable Stepp, one of the shots knocking the handgrips off- the of ficer's pistol, but the constable after he fell fired one shot which pierced die's heart. The constable lingered at a local hospital 24 hoars bat Crie died before he reached the emergency hospital. Gaddy said on the night of the shooting he met Crie and another sol dier and gave them his pistoL He said he went to the bridge near the smelter, close to the scene of the shooting, to meet a gtrL He was ar rested soon after the shooting and in his pockets ware the watch and chain and $t which were introduced as evidence against him. IDAHO RATIFIES SUFFRAGE, Boise. Idaho, Feb 12. Idaho's legis lature, called together by governor Davis for that special purpose, Wed nesday ratified the suffrage amend ment to the national constitution, by a large majoritv in both houses. How to Feel Fine. Nearly everyone wishes to feel In fine spirits. The best method Is to see that the day starts right. A good breakfast helps wonderfully. Oar Merchant's Jtsreaxxast is only c and wen woru .- , Modern Cafe. Downstairs in the Mills BIdg. Adv I VALLEY L The El Paso alley has 56.100 acres of land that might b irrigated, ac cording to T. W. Parry, irrigation manager of the Elephant Butte pro ject. A deduction of 0000 acres is made for alkalaid areas requiring leaching in considering the area that can be farmed at once. Mr. Parry says there are 25,24$ acres cropped in the El Paso valley at present and 29 914 acres v. hich are subject to being cropped without other ordinary preparation. The location of these areas are as follows. General alley 45,000 acres Val Verde 1.W0 acres Island ll.O.o acres Tornillo 10.700 acres 70,000 acres Less 20 for roads. ditches, etc high and low lands 50,100 acres The value of crops produced from the cropped areas was $1,150,000 In 1019. At this rate, the crops in the lower valley would pay the cost of the Elephant Butte dam in approxi mately 3 years. The quantity of water used was 2.94 acre feet per acre. These figures only include the El Paso valley, ot all the project. 0. S. SUFFRAGE PARTY CONVENES Chicago, 111., Feb. 12, Conference preliminary to the 61st annual con vention of the National "Woman Suf frage association began today, and will continue until the convention ends n ext Wedn esday. Prospects were that the association would be abandoned to give prace to a new r ganizatmn under the name of tne League of Women Voters. This, suf frage leaders said, probably would be contingent upon ratification of the national women suffrage amendment by 30 states, expected before the con vention adjourned, which would bring to a successful conclusion the half century's labors of the organization. In connection with the suffrage association's meeting there will be a national convention of woman law yers, the first ever held. A reconciliation with the wom an's party the radical wing of the movement, was declared by members of the suffrage associa tion to be "hardly possible. Whether the new league of women voters will be held to a strictly non partisan coarse was a question in which political observers of the two major political parties were display ing considerable Interest. Suffrage leaders estimated 2000 delegates and their alternates, repre senting 2,000,000 members of suffrage organizations in every state, would attend the convention. The Daily Record Kodak nnl&hmir Adv. See Gand&ra, Curd. A Co. buy Uberty bond. Adv. muted fbtli&ui' Jo TTE can start tomorrow morning. " " He will make more money than yon are making because be wfll do your work easier and better than yoa have ever done it. Hell finish the day with energy enough to enjoy aS sorts of outside things the leisure-time pleasures that yoa have always been too tired to go His famaywfll Hve better than yoors has. He himylf will have more friends. And hell be alive and well for many years after yoa are gone Yoa might be this "better man" yourself. Yol can be if yoa get the kind of health that pays a profit. Every month PHYSICAL CULTURE Magazine tells howto do it how to live better and longer, how to make more and have more in . money and pleasure. For instance, in the January issue, oot today: mkmfPepmvliMs Red bleed, clean longs, end good dgeetioa cay big retorna ngfct aaight through. A big employer oat In DenTer found Oct bow to torn health into dol Ian for himself and for his people and when infiuenza came along it didn't get a look-in at his plant. This man idea is worth know ing about. Read "Putting Pep in Bssinesj fa January PHYSICAL CULTURE. "Howl Keep Fit" StarfngwithacMcf"ntTT--" fast as he was about to graduate from coHege, Rer. R. H. Hytsn. the Oslo preacher, was carried dose to death. Then one day be decided to fight for health. It was a long poll bo! he came back. Today he keeps himself St :hrosgh exercise and fresh air. In Physical Culture for January he tells the whole story. There's inspiration in ic His article is the First Prize Winner in the $1,000.00 Contest "How I Keep fit." Head Off Your Headaches It may come next week CI next year, bat if yon have bead aches yoa w31 find some day that one of them has lor- yoa a real opportunity has stood between yoa and progress. Al most every headache coold be avoided by paying attention to a few simple rales. Harry B. Galatian, M. D, gives the right advice for heading off headaches in the January issue. Is Your Chfld's Food Right? Most sickness among children comes from improper food. And the same thing causes slow it Telopment, poor resistance, un derweight, and finally, stunted growth. Hera is valuable knowledge oa feeding children from the experience of Bemarr MacFadden. a father cf four fine children himself and a thorough physical culturist. Red "Yasr Child and His Food." ?mmsk-mm i - i ' J ' 1 Real Bflfate Transfers. Anton, John and Jim Ofaeomo. and H. D. Chapman et ux to Bessie E. Joan Perottl. tote 1 to 8 Inclusive, Lake and Anna M. Lake; east nine ?' -R. Logan Heights addition; feet of lot 11. all of and eight feet UZM. of it. block M, east El Paso addition. J"" B.-,JSdJr w- SpolT stove' to W. H. AJdridse and R. K. Shear- r-i w m.K..v - - a v Tt man- ,ou s a"d I, block 11. Man Jonn w. Babaak. et ox., to A- it. Ba- t,aOB xj.ii.,- .,i.. . ... douh; lot 1 and east Wo li. block a WhrtTL.f it Si V w it vMF&ni'SE ij.j z central 4 feet of lots IB. 11 and lz, nrt.- ii trttan hhwjc s. Block n. Franklin Heignta addition; -ua- tt.i-h. ,im. t.cu ' IW"- Robert E. Musser. et nx. to J. V. Jesus LeDesma to Pmdenslo Po- Ferguson, lot 2S. block it. Sunset nwro, lot It. block 2. French addl- Heights addition: 1580. tion: UN. . E. R Myers, et ux. to C A. Mebus, Ferry- KlrKpauicK company to u. tracts zs to , inclusive, in Tor- W. Curtlss. lots 22 and 22 block 70. nilto. San BUzarlo town grant, con Grandvlew addition; J5075. talnfng- 10 acres each: S4M0. Thomas Addison Wythe, et et. to H. A. Seamonds. et ux. to Oaada R. B. Dunlap and Martha Donlap; lots L. House, et ux-, part of survey 207, 15 and 10. block 12. Grandvlew addl- S. A. & M. Q. R. R, about 1 mile tion: SS0. northwest of 'Whtteapur, containing Terrace Improvement company to 22.71 acres, beginning at northwest Mamie R. Jarrett, east T7H feet of lot corner surrey 111. thence southwest, five, all of six and west 2ft feet of etc; 22700. seven. Government Hill addition; Bnlldlna- Permits Issued. J50M. Beaumont hotel. 2 Mills, sign. 270. Terrace Improvement company to j. a. Ferguson, block J. Grand- J. A. DlaL east 2 feet of lot elKht-all vlw fAnnaatiim iste. of nine and west 1" feet of 10. block w. A. Mitchell, block 39. Manhat- seven. government mil aaoiuon; tan Heights, repairs. 2760. (5750. P. A. Carptor, 1117 Tularosa, pores, Charles J. Neel to Marr F. 5eel: sua. r - part of lots 24 and 25. old Fort Bliss John GoebeL 1111 Terrace, renwd- nui reservation. Deginning- on esc eiing. . line of G. H. right of way, feet Ouckett & Hutchins. block 7. A!- nortnwest or southwest corner or lot tura aaoiuon, tnree nvngaiows, 36000. 24. thence north 710 feet, thence north- Texas Photo company, 31$ South El west 200 feet, thence northeast 778 5 Paso, sign 2(0. feet to east line of lot 25. etc.; 11 W. H. Wosner. t15 Montana, gar L. and A. age. 2200 r. E. Hale, et ux. to C. C Passmore. Theo Saur, (12 South Kansas, root warranty deed to 272 acres beginning f- , northeast corner Socorro arant. thence . Rr Bros. CaadnBatl and Camp- southwest, etc, described in deed to UTO,.,)uas?j2wsAdK5 George W. Vara, 2-27-12: also to l- - S-Gray 4! TrowarHge, gar undivided interest in right of way and Bf- rS- j . ,-..-ditch known as Doana and Thompson : P- J'fS1 Bros, Eighth and ditch; also quit claim deed to tract be-, "I '''S.iSr.U.ir , rn.h... ainnin southeast of Socorro grant, A.P!,.fI,S?wWLv Zii ChIhBB thence southeast, etc.; 242.50. streat. addition, HO. J. N. Ferguson, et ux. to Alice B Auto Licenses lssued- Kraft. lot 24 and west "-, of 25. block ', 41814 O. L. Archer. 2215 TuUrosa, . .-unp neiKQu aaauion; n,in. ! "--Phoenix-Ei Paso Buildlna: Co. to' 410.815 E. Ravel Son. 2115 Rosa, Anderson Investment Co . lot 1 and . ora. PHYSICAL CULTURE PHYSICAL CULTURE For January Brings Tnese Health Builders and Salary Kaisers "Ttn Cenaindmeolief Health" trr Or RorkJ & Copeltod. "Better 9eet Mean Better Mcc, Batter Work'.br E&nia F. Bowers, JUJ. How CbarlaM Dana Gtbaoa Keeparit. "Tb Border-LIo of Scnrrr Arj Yoo Thera?' br Alfrai W.UcCaoo. "Does Maternlt7 Maaa Lom cf Beauty?" "Secrett of Artlctfe Poalot" "Can SanalbX Draaa Ba StyUahf "Go On, ao Eiur br Dr. Frank Crasa. "Fat Dfaeae and Death." an Editorial br Bernarr Kae- Faddea -FTayalcal CoItBreFletaiiav. Fbyalqaa Pietortal. ; Helps You Make Stfore iMoney 25c At All Newsstands WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTOR Geo. V. Harrington ssr rntvs pmrHilitm nam Thtatrt mill m tit Fiyskul Cntfrt Cnuiin "Facto end Ftttiit." Utdn Gnmltiptr thitm Btrmtrr UatFodJiu. DUlrikiUne Afnti: Pimnr Bfa GntAar, 139 Wnt lib Stmt, Nta Y,ri Citj, went 15 feet of lot 2, block 22. Altura Psrk addition, east 10 feet of lot 9. an ox lot ana west s xeet or lot 4. block 22. Altura Park addition: lot and west 15 feet of lot 10, block 22. Altura Park addition: east 10 fet of lot 10. all of lot 11 and west 5 feet of lot 12. block 22. Altura Park addi tion, east :e leet or lot 12 and west 20 feet of lot 12 block 22. Altura Park .J4UU. t ST.. .T l- 1 .11 ' auuiitvu , causa, a iimi, vt iui A, stvai ui lot 14 and west 10 feet of lot 15, block 22. Altura Park addition: east 15 feet of lot 15. all of lot If. block 22. Al tura Park addition; lots 25 to 22. In clusive block 87. Grandvlew addi tion lots 0 and 7 aad east of lot 5. block S. Military Heights addition: lot 21 and west IS feet of lot 20 and east 10 feet of south 52 feet of lot 20. block 16. Highland Park addition: lots 22 and Jj. block IS. Highland Park addition, and lot 20 and west 20 feet of lot 29, block 24. Highland Park addition: also all notes, ac counts receivable, etc: 274.U0. T. Mahoney. Jr . et ux. to R. St Den man, lots 26 and 27, block 20. Grand view addition. 22100. W M. Wells et ux. to Martin Bjor ner. lots 22 to 25. Inclusive, block 106, Highland Park addition: 14200. F. E Sawyer et ux. to A. M. Pippin, lots 15 and 16. block 20. Manhattan Heights addition; 20000. J F Mullin to Roena Sleight, east y, of lot 5 and all of lot S. block 4. Manhattan Heights addition, 22060. Alice B Kraft and A. H. Kraft to J. X Ferguson et ux. central 40 feet of lota 1 to 6. inclusive, block 25. Sun set Heights addition; 27500. J X. Ferguson et nx- to Alice B. Kraft, lot 24 and west Vz of lot 25, Sunset Heights addition: 211.500. J X. Peres et als. to Gaodalupe Garcia, a tract of two acres, more or less, in Socorro town grant, begin ning north side Helen road, thenoe northeast, etc ; 210. L. X. McCrummen et ux. to George W. Orr. survey 14, containing 42.04 acres; survey 16. 44.22 acres: survey 16. 26 Jt acres; survey 17, 40.16 acres; also 16.02 acres out of survey 21. all on Island of San Elisarlo grant; 115, 412.00 U. C. Nash to Robert Taylor, lot 2, block 00. In town of Baa-le Flat: 21E0. Pearl Manning to J. ST Hall, et ux, kits L 2 and 2, and north 14 H feet of 4. block 2. Altura Park addition; $5000. Lee H. Orndorff to R. A. Ramey. lots 11 and 12, block 216. Alexander addition; 210. Lee H. Omdorff to First Real Es tate sc Investment Co, lots 12 to 16, inclusive, block 216. Alexander addition; 21000. Lee H. Orndorff to First Real Es tate & Investment Co, lots 12 to 16, i tlon; 21000. First Real Estate Investment Co. to Lee H. Orndorff. east one half of lots 10 and 20. Woes' 221 Campbell's addition: 25000. Coles Building Jk Real Batata Co. to Mrs. Florence H. Smith, fractional lots 21 to 25. inclusive and all lota 26 to 20, Inclusive, block S, Castle neigncs aaattion; ssooo. R. K. Dunlap, et ux. to John C Llttell. et ux, lots 15 and 16. block 12. Grand Mew addition: 21000. J F Mullen, et ux. to E. laahal BiacKman ana J K. Coalmers. north 26 feet of lot 17, and north 26 feet of east S feet of 18. block 62. Grand View addition. 22100. J. F Mullin. et ux. to K. Taahol Blackman and J. K. Chalmers, lot 10, and east 10 feet of 11. block 61. Grand View addition; 22400. George E. Gonld to Marsrerv Tt Gould, east 17 Vi feet of lot 2, all of 4. and west 7 to feet of 5, block 7, Government Hill addition; 1L Ada Martin and Harry Martin to Chas B Stevens, lots 28, 29 and 20, block 46. Government Hill addition: Si. etc Marsare t L. Murry. ind and sur, to X. T. Shearman, lots 16 and 17, block 14. government Hill addition: 210. etc and assumption of 24250. C v. Kafe to C W. Reese, south one-half of lot 15 and 16. block 26. Highland Park addition. 22100 niuey Elmer casteeL et nx to B- J. Roten and Emma Roten, lots 5 and 6. block 'L" Hague's sub-divis ion of Government Hill. J5T50 Logan Heights Investment Co. to 410816 Walters & Durham. Ford. 410617 W. C Walker, CanuttUo, Tax, Ford. 410818 Fred H. Clark. HI Pass, Im perial. 410819 R. R. Flak, 218 Trust bond ing. Mitchell. 410820 P. E. Gardner, 1926 Mon tana, Marmon. 410821 Leo B. Sell. 2860 Pershing Drtv. Dod ere. 410822 Meyers & Co, Ford truck. 410822 Lieut. Wra. A. Gardner, Fort Bliss. Ford. 41824 C a Phillips. 912 Jforth Lee, Ford. 410815 George H. Dsmond, JJ0 South Grand, Chandler. 41826 J. P. Parks, 2121 North Copia, Dodge. 410827 B. c. Bray. First and ochos, Roamer. 410828 Edgar W. Mebers. 2267 Ora, Ford. " 41229 W. J. Ayers, Tornillo, Tex, rure. 41829 a c. Jones, 4111 Dover, Ford. 41811 Mariano Macevra, 915 Bast stissoun, r-oro. 41812 Haynton Krupp Co, Kash. 41812 Frank Jacobs Gensley. Dav enport, Iowa. FenLt 41814 Lsranso Bros, 22 South Oregon. Hudson. 410825 w. D. Mahoney, 72 Wyom ing; Ford. 410816 Maria Dde Ortezal, Juarez. Paige. 41827 Mrs. 1L tTelker. Sit North Campbell. Botek. 41818 T. H. Rogers, 46 Cliff Dodge. 41829 He Vearta, Turaa, Arts, Ford. 411140 Oscar Roos, Laughlln hotel. Paige. 41841 MUes L Dann. Ingersoll RaaO Co, of Texas, Dodge. 4184211. B, Crtffln. 46 H Saa Fraaclsco. Paige. Licensed to Wed. Porfirio T. Aranda and Lai Her nandez. Jose Guerrero aad Creseaefa Flores. Adolfo Sanchez and Juana Aram buro. Jesus Gonzalez and Andrea Paz. Lester Hicks and Gertrude Battler. Edwin F. Kelly and Esther A. Tinkler. Jose G- VaWez and Lulsa Rodrl- irues. Albert L. Gorman vnd Florence Jt sawyer. At The WHITE HOUSE Tomorrw MILLIN ORIGINAL HATS OF "SPRING PROMENADE OF 1920" NEW YORK WILL BE SHOWN AT WHITE HOUSE TOMORROW Sport Hats Sport Hatt, large and small, devel jped in variegated colors of Raffia Bengaline Georgette and soft Hats of straw, silk. crepe silks. originality. onginaKty and charm, youll readly agree. ma- taTN J N The New Spring Hats feature raf fia and cipper braids, crepe aad Batark ctotfa k a myriad of soft and delightful coloriags. CeXe piiose aad Che d&c are much used as miags. Uscom aosized Hats of daH. .' COPY HATS OF f "SPRING PROMENADE OF 192(T NEW YORK WILL BE SHOWN AT WHITE HOUSE TOMORROW Street Hats Street Hats of satin, straw, celo pbane. cire or straw fabric com btaatross, flowers. fruit, foliage and oriental omaiaen tations kEvidu akzed. Hats of rare beaaty, we assure you. A LIMITED NiaiBER of Origal Hats sbowa for the first tine in &t "Sprmg Promenade of 1920." Laurel Room. Hotel Astor, New York Gty, were released and Tfce Whke House MKoery De partment was fortunate in securing a number of them. These bats wiB be shown here tomorrow, to gether with another shipment of copies. This is a mflliaery fete and millinery treat Surely you w3 come in and see these originals. Main Floor MStmery Salon. &S Just 75 Hats Worth; 12.50 at 730 rA SURPRISE HAT SALE The woman who gets one of these lovely trimmed hats tomorrow will congratulate herself, for these hats are wonderful bar gains at 12.50 can you imagine your good fortune in getting one at 7.50? We are determined to keep in the "public eye" by giving values like this. All hand made hats, medium and large shapes, satin or satin and straw combinations, all colors, trimmings and ma terials, 12.50 values tomorrow only at ,.,--. c .-. . - ...... --l ,X5Q Veilings All the nevr Spiinjc I eif.Bra iut in drapf. fare aad lUpon Telia la nevr otsiBs ana utikei. JJr desiffns YeSmgs 4.II the Tirrr S urine Ve!Uns jut la lace and Tell la Beir aad meshes. Nasty Colds Get instant-relief with 'Tape's Cold Compound" Don't stay stuffed-ud! Qatt blowine and snuffllna;! A dose of "Pipe's Cold Compound" taken oreir two boors until three doses are taken usually breaks np a cold and ends all ffrtppe misery. The first dose opens yonr clocsred- np nostrils and the air passages of your head; stops nose running:; re lieves the headache, dullness, fever lahness, sneezing, soreness, stiffness raper uoio jompouna is tne quickest, surest relief known and costs only a few cents at drug stores it acts without assistance. Tastes nice. Contains 'no aulnine. Insist on Pape's. Adv- First Taxpayers9 Strike in England Is Success London. Eng., Feb. 11. England' first strike of taxpayers has been successful. The town council of HockUffe. near Dunstable, levied a special tax rate) for sanitary woric wmen it was suo seqoently decided not to carry out. The taxpayers decided at a mass mMatnir not to nay the tax. The coun cil. flndlBf that the money could not be collected, canceled the tax. re turning cheeks to the only two red dents who had paid up. i Your Income Taxes o. IS war tax paid on theater ticket and articles of clothing; de duct able for Income tax pur poses f II. 31. 1'. A All money paid out as war tax Is not subject to Income tax. and is dedoctabSe from your total income ft. IIott do Ton eomnule the al lowance for depreciation? G. IV. A. To compute the allowance or amount which may bo claimed,, a tax payer itwuM determine tne probable life time of tne property, fats onride its cost to him by the number of years it will be usable In a business in which employed, and the result thus obtained will renresent the amount which may be claimed each year as a deduction. Q I desire to know the maximum depreciation allowed on brick balld Inirsf G. XV. . a. ordinarily you iisrure I percent of the cost of brick buildings as a basis for denredatlon. Ton would charge off 2 percent each year on your return until tne enure amount was charged off. You are not al lowed to charge off depreciation on your home or residence, used for per sonal convenience. The property must be used for the purpose of producing income before depreciation may be charged off. J. A. uarvei. income tax specialist. will answer any Questions sent to The Herald. Too must sign your questions, as an evidence of good faith. First Housewife Strike on Record Is Successful Chicago, UU Feb. 12. Housewives' unions organized to get their rights from mean husbands hate been dis cussed here for some time, but it re mained for Mrs. Alfred Johnson to go out alone on the first official domes tic strike on record. She demanded a "wage scale" of $ a month, re fusing to cook her husband's meals until she got ft. She won her strike, the Judge in the court of domestic relations sitting as a "court of arbi tration.' deciding in her favor. For a Girlish Complexion Too must have aormal and natural dieeauoa. For patting; Tour diges tion in prime --oaditlon. Ecos "Fruit Salt" supplies the best medicinal properties of nature's fruits put up In a form that makes a tasty effer vescing drink. It's the natural thine to help Nature bring the roses to your cheeks, and buoanc to ;cor steps. This very agreeable aperient will be found Invigorating and refreshing as well as highly beneficial. Tour drug gnat sells Sno's "Fruit Salt" at $! !oi a large bottle. Adr Use Herald Want Ads URGES PEOPLE TO FIGHT GATARRH WITH SIMPLE HOME-MADE REMEDY Can Make Pint at Home and Costs little, Says Leading Druggist of Covington, Ey., Who Has Made Special Study of Catarrh. Says: Inflamed Nostrils Invite Influenza. People who say that catarrh Is a disease not to be taken seriously are harshly rebuked by a Kentucky drag gist who has for years bean much Interested in the growth of this loath some yet altogether too common dis- He claims that the sore, tender. In flamed membrane of the nostrils and throat Is a prolific breeding ground for germs not only the germs of in fluenza, but many other kinds as well. If people would only stop experi menting; for two weeks and try a simple remedy made of Metholized Arclne mixed with enough boiled water to make a full pint, half of the catarrh in this country would be abolished It's really no Joke for people who don't know aat this simple recipe to be constantly sniffing and snuf fing. Wowing and hawking, when all these obnoxious symptoms as well ss the foul discharge can be made to disappear in a few days. Ask for three quarters of an ounce of Menthelized Arclne at Kelly and Pollard or any druggist anywhere that's all you need and after you have mixed It with enough boiling water to make a pint gargle the throat twice dally and snuff or snray some up the nostrils, as directed. The tender nostrils will soon lose their soreness, heal up. and ba clean and healthy. Important Reminder. Just as soon as anyone in the family gets a cold In the hsad. check It at once with this same medicine, Adr.