El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 22, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 9, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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EL PASO DAILY TIMES, TUESDAY. DECEMBER S, 1902.
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and
Never Suspect It.
* • I
To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamp-Root, Will Do
GREAT SALE OF
for YOU, Every Reader of The Times May Have a Sample
Bottle Sent Absolutely Free b) Mail.
OI>edience to Uidinanee Will Be
Made Requisite lor Reten-
tion of Memliers ou
CHARGE IS DISMISSED
Former Officer Conant Vindicated By
Edict Promulgated by Captains ’
/ Commanding two Shifts.
REINSTATEMENT NOT SOUGHT
There won't be any more drliiKlug
by members of the police force while
on duty. The Conant Investigations
held yesterday by the poitce commit-
tee settled that question.
As a result the two captains warned
the men under them to obey the law,
which provides that no policeman
may enter a saloon except In answer
to a call or to qnell a disturbance.
The charges against Conant, on
which he was suspended, were dropped
by the committee and the case dis-
missed. It la said that he does not
want to be reinstated, but merely
wanted to be vindicated.
The police committee met yester-
day afternoon in special session to
investigate the charges preferred
against Officer Conant under which he
waa suspended from the force last
Officer Conant had been a police-
man but a few weeks when Ills sus-
pension took place. It was alleged
that ho had imbibed so much In the
Reception saloon that a party of rail-
road men made sport of him by taking
possession of his club, pistol and hel-
met while he slept In a chair.
Sheriff Boone was much interested
In the case, and he urged that au in-
vestigation be made into the charges.
Accordingly the police committee, con-
sisting of Aldermen Caldwell, Payne
. und Baum took the matter up yester-
day in the mayor's private office at
the city hall. Chief White and Sheriff
Boone were also present.
Conant denied the charges and de-
clared that he was not a drinking
man. Officer Raynor also stated that
he had never known Conant to drink
to excess during a period of twelve
years. One of the railroad men pres-
ent at the saloon also asserted that
Conant was not drunk, although his
hat. club and pistol had been taken
The proceedings lasted more than
an hour. About a dozen witnesses
testified and much interest in the case
At the conclusion the case was dis-
The case (if Ellsworth vs. Roos,
•which was on trial in Judge Goggin’s
court, has been settled. The facts at
Issue have already been published.
The plaintiff sued for 13.000 commis-
sion alleged to he due on the sale of
mining property in Arizona. It was
claimed by the defense that he had
an interest in the purchase money,
and that no agreement was made to
give him anything. It was finally
agreed to pay Mr. Ellsworth $210 and
settle costs of suit. The above
amount. It is said, the plaintiff ex
pended In trying to promote the sale.
Mrs. Scott, who was held up by
some Mexican several days ago on
Magoffin avenue, yesterday visited the
county jail to see if Gasper Garcia
was the man. She stated that she was
sure he was not. Garcia, as stated in
The Times, was apprehended near
the smelter on suspicion of being the
man wanted. An order will be Issued
for his release.
It used to be considered that only urina-
ry and bladder troubles were to be traced to
the kidneys, but now modern science proves
that nearly all diseases have their begin-
ning in the disorder of these most Ini port-
The kidneys filter a nd purify the blood—
that is their work.
Therefore, when yo ur kidneys are weak
or out of order, you can understand how
quickly your entire body is affected, and
how every organ aeotns to fall to do Its
If you are sick or ‘feel badly." begin
lug the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer’s
Fwsmp-Root. because «s soon as your kid-
neys are well they w! U help ail the other or-
gans to health. A trial will convince any
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are respon-
sible for many kinds of diseases, and If
mitted to continue much suffering with fa-
tal results are sure to follow. Kidney trou-
ble irritates the nerves, makes you dizzy,
restless, sleepless ami Irritable. Makes you
pass water often during the day and obliges
>'®u to get up many times during the night,
unhealthy kidneys cause rheumatism, grav-
el, catarrh of the bladder, pain or dull ache
in the back, jiontB and muscles; makes
5'our head ache and back ache, causes Indi-
gestion, stomach and liver trouble, you get
a sallow, yellow complexion, bakes you feel
as though you hail heart trouble; yon may
have plenty of ambit)on, but no strength;
get weak and waste away.
The cure for these troubles is Dr. Kil-
mer’s Swamp-Root, the world-famous kidney
remedy. In taking Swamp-Root you afford
natural help to Nature, for Swamp-Root is
the most perfect healer and gentle aid to
the kidneys that is known to medical sci-
If there Is any doubt in your mind as to
your condition, take from your urine on ris-
ing about four ounces, place it In a glass
or bottle and lot It stand twenty-four hours.
If on examination it ie uillkv or cloudy, If
there is a brick-dust settling, or if small
particles float about in it, your kidneys are
In need of Immediate attention.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and Is
used m the leading hospitals, recommend-
ed by physicians in their private practice,
and Is taken by doctors themselves who
have kidney ailments, because they recog-
nl*e in it the greatest and most successful
remedy for kidney, liver and bladder trou-
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ALARM TO WAKEN DEAP.
CJjra Morris was yesterday re-
leased on her own recognizance, her
bond being fixed at $500. A writ of
habeas corpus was sworn out by-
Judge Burns on the ground of no evi-
dence to convict. She has been in jail
some time, held on the charge of rob-
bing a man, who, it is said, has since
Set for Today.
The case of Severano Caatenado, the
slayer of Aquila Weil, Is set for trial
today In Judge Walthall’s court. A
special venire of forty men has been
summoned from which to select a
Yesterday Judge Spencer called the
appearance docket of hla court, and a
number of civil cases were set for
Of Course, They Do Not Hear It, But
Slumber Takea Flight
An alarm clock for deaf mutes Is
the novel Invention of Eliza Cretzer, a
deaf mute in the employ of the Wa-
shoe smelting plant, who resides at
15 Birch street. How to awake at a
certain hour has long been a problem
among these unfortunate people, and
in Mr. Chatzer’s Invention the solution
has been found. Of course, the ordi-
nary alarm has been useless. Mr.
Cretzer, who Is an Ingenious fellow,
is a water and flume tender at the
Washoe smelter. His work necessi-
tates his rising at an early hour in
the morning, and as he has no means
of awakening he has lost many days
of work by being late. He according-
ly set about Inventing an apparatus
by which he could always be on time
The dropping of a pillow on the
sleeping person Is the awakening agent
and It is operated so that the pillow
falls at the desired time. An ordinary
alarm clock Is placed in a cigar box
which fits it closely. It is then nailed
to the wall at the head of the bed.
A string connects the clapper of the
alarm clock with an ordinary spring
mouse trap fastened to the top of the
cigar box. By a system of small pul-
leys and screw eyes a plliow Is fas-
tened to the end of a string and pulled
to the ceiling directly above the bed.
An ingenious arrangement connects
the other end of the string to the
mouse trap. The clock Is set, and
when the alarm goes off the string at-
tached to the clapper springs the
mouse trap and releases the pillow,
which drops on the persons sleeping
in the bed beneath; "When it does
not hit me It hits my wife," Mr. Cret-
zer wrote on a piece of phper, "and so
I never miss a day any more.”—Ana-
A RELIC OF BORDER DAYS.
Sister of Geronlmo Passes Through
Minnehaha Geronimo, sister of the
famous Indian chief, was in the city
yesterday en route to the Mcsealero
agency to visit on of 'her other
Minnehaha is 55 years old und not
beautiful. She is a prisoner of war
at Fort Apache, und is out on a two
months' furlough to go to her brother's
wigwam. She bus never seen her
brother in her life and Is anxious to
Minnehaha was one of the members
of (Jeronimo's tribe sent to prison
after the ending of the bloody Apache
war fifteen years ago. For a long
rime many of these Indians resided at
the St. Augustine fortress, where they
were under close guard.
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Persons Elected at Late Meeting of
Hose Company No. 2.
At a meeting of Hose Company No.
2, El Paso fire department, the fol-
lowing officers were elected to serve
for the coming year;
A. A. Howard, president; Ed Knee-
zell, vice president; treasurer, C. C.
Kiefer; secretary, Gns Lee; foreman,
O. M. Jones: assistant foreman, H. C.
Befnauer; directors. C. F. Jones, Geo.
Ogden, J, R. Salas; collector, Ed Knee-
. PRICES ARE LESS THAN EVER ON
COATS AND SUITS,
SILK AND FLANNEL
WAISTS, LINENS, TOWELS,
SHEETS, HANDKERCHIEFS, Etc.
FOB SALK BY
HOUCK & DIETER CO.
Phone 65. No. 220 El Paso St.
Meali »«rved ■ la carte on irnln| from
Tew* to Memphis, St. l.ouia and
ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND FANS
DINING AND SLEEPING CARS.
THE ONLY LINE
NORTH and EAST
DINING CAR SERVICE.
J. C. LEWIS, Tnavclino paos-a aocnt,
H. C. TOWNSEND,
or N't PAHS'n AND TICKET AOCNT. ST. LOUIS.
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
THE HEADQUARTERS FOR
See Jumbo Burn.
The largest candle ever made.
Every purchaser entitled to a- guess.
See our windows.
First prize—A handsome sewing
machine. . „
Second prize—A ten-piece toilet set.
Third prize—The booby In a box.
Republic Coffee Co., 312 E. Overland
street How long will It burn? Guess.
disease of the skin quickly
Doan *8 Ointment.
At any drug store.
CHILDERS’ VICTIM DEAD.
Alleged Fugitive Can Nov^Be Extra-
dited From Mexico.
Sheriff Boca of Deming wired to the
city last night that the man recently
assaulted by Childers hed just (lied.
Instructions were received last week
to arrest Childers for assault to mur-
der. but he was in Mexico snd could
neither be taken nor extradited. The
death of the victim renders the crime
more serious and the alleged fugitive
can now be extradited. If round.
Sheriff Boca will probably reach the
city today to prosecute the search for
Childers, who was reputed to be over
the river as late os last Sunday.
Childers sprang into notoriety
through the killing of Attorney Heff
ner at Silver City. He was tried and
acquitted at Las Cruoes last summer,
and the case attracted widespread at-
tention. Childers is alleged to be a
gambler. Recently In a fight at Deal-
ing he clubbed a man with his six-
shooter. injuring his so severely that
he died Sunday.
Home Talent Performance.
The Merchants' Carnival, to he held
at Myar Opera house, Thursday night
of this week, by home talent, promises
to be one of the moat unique and in-
teresting entertainments seen here for
s long time. Over 100 young people of
El Paso take part in the exercises,
among them 6ome of the leading
singer* of the city. This plan of en
lertalnment is something new here
and ought to draw a very large patron-
age. Proceeds for the benefit of the
Presbyterian church. Tickets, 50c;
See Jumbo Burn.
The largest candle ever made.
Every purchaser entitled to a guess.
See our windows.
First prize—A handsome sewing
Second prize—A ten-niece toilet set.
Third prize—The booby in a box.
Republic Coffee Co,. 312 K Overland
street. How long will it burn? Guess.
. A Poker Romance.
A pair of King* *nt down to talk,
Which made a Princess blush.
So when a Prince asked for her hand
He saw a royal flush.
_____ —Philadelphia Press,
One of the finest selected assortments of Toys
anti Holiday Goods to be seen in the city
at prices fnucii lower tlnui elsewhere,
SANTA CLAUS IS HERE AT
C. C. KIEFER,
205 South El Paso Street.
A SIDE TRIP
MEXICO and the
Daily Except Sundays
GUIDES FURNISHED FREE OF CHAR6E
independent Assay Office
II D.W Reckhgrt, E M
A|cnt for Ore Shipper,
Assays and Chemical
Bullion Work a Specialty
P. 0. Boa ft.
Office and Laboratory
CL FASO. TEXAS
Scrofula CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
It U commonly inherited.
Few are entirely free from it.
Pale, weak, puny children
afflicted with it in nine caves out of
ten, and many adult* suffer from it.
Common indication* are bunches in
the neck, aWesses, cutaneous erup-
tions, Inflamed eyelid*, sore ears,
rickets, catarrh, wasting, and geudfaj
Eradicate it, positively and absolute-
ly, This statement is baaed on the
thousands of permanent cores these
medicines have wrought.
“ My daughter had scrofula, with eleven
sores on her neck and about btr ears. Mood’s
Kara* par Ilia was highly recommended snd
she took it snd wae cured. Sbe Is now in
good health.” Mas. J. H. Josza. Parker
City, IiuL T
Hood’* Sarsaparilla promise* ta
cur* and k**pa the promts*.
Souvenir* of your visit for a small
or large consideration a» you may
You can select Mexican Drawn
Work, Carved Leather (made In Mex-
ico) Mexican Zarapes or Blankets,
Mexican Baskets. Mexican Onyx, Mex
lean Opals, Mexican Hate, Navajo In-
dian Blankets, Indian Baskets, Indian
Beadwork, und If you don't see what
you want, a»k for It,
W. Q. WALZ CO.,
101 El Paso fftreet.
El Paso, Texas.
Cake and Hulls
Our hulls arc manufactured from
bald headed seed, there Is very little
lint on same, which mnkcR them by
far more digestible than linty hulls.
JUAN f. BRITTINGHAM,
Gomez Palaeio, Durango, Mexico,
For Carloads and Trainloads.
G. Dunn & Co.,
WHEN THE COOK LSAVEB TRY A TIMES AD. THSRfe ARE OTHERbT
Is Headquarters for All Kinds
of Sweet Things, Home Made,
Angel Food, Fruit Cako, Nice
Boston Brown Bread and Baked
Beans 8unday Morning.
412 S, Et 1’aoo 8t. Phone 787.
EMIL GEM0ETS. Prop.
The Elk Cigar and Curio
CIUDAD JUARIZ, MEXICO.
VESA CRUZ CHUBS ONLY
Seamon Assay Co-
Astaynre, Chemists and
Agents for Ore Shippers.
Cor. San Francisco and Leon Sts.
'Phone 236. P. O. Box VT.
Pomeroy’s El Paso Transfer
<00-306 South Oregon St
Livery. Boarding and bale Stable*.
Hacks, Bus. Bugguge and Freight
Blacksmttblng and Horseshoeing.
Telephone Nos. lg and 352.
For a Nice Quiet Time Without
Fringes or T-issela, go to
On the Mexican aide. Everybody
knows it. Elegant wine room* at-
JAHES R0UTLED6E, Lawyer.
rations anywhere In Toxee.
lildg. Mala 1'luaa.
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