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Tuesday, October 8, 1912 12
EH PASO HERALD
Health and Beauty Advice
BY MRS. MAE
R. M. S.: Sallow complexion, liver- l
hitn)iu tilmnles an? other eruptions
of the skin indicate the need of a good
blood-tonic and liver-regulator. Dis
solve one ounce of kardene In one-half
pint of alcohol, (not whiskey), add one
half cupful of sugar and enough hot
water to make a full quart Take one
tablespoonful five minutes before each
meal. Kardene purifies the blood,
arouses the liver, clears the skin, re
stores lost appetite and tends to
strengthen and build up the entire
J. W.: You can add greatly to your
beauty if you rub pyroxln on your eye
brows with finger-end. Thli makes
them grow thick and silky. Applying
pyroxln at lash-roots with thimb and
fore-finger makes them grow long
and curly. Use caution and don't get
pyroxln where no hair is wanted.
Mrs. D.: Those ugly hairs can be
quickly banished from your face with
a paste made with powdered delatone
and water. This paste should remain
on the hairy surface two or three min
iitap hr mh off rmil wash the skin
and 'every trace of hair has vanished. I
The delatone treatment never tans ana
leaves the skin free from spot or blem
ish. Annette: The affliction of over-fatness
is to be deplored at any age, but
It Is a positive calamity to a young
and pretty woman to become too fat
In these days when fashion decrees the
slender figure the only correct one. You
can reduce your weight almost at the
rate of a pound a day until you reach
normal if you will dissolve four ounces
of parnotls In 1 pints of hot water
and take a tablespoonful before each
meal. You can buy parnotls from any
first-class druggist. It Is a harmless,
fat-dissolver. and those who take it
marvel at its wonderful effect. It
makes one look and feel younger,
brighter, more buoyant and energetic
Fannie R.: To be sure a face-lotion
is far better than face powder, but you
will have to be careful what you use
as most "liquid face powders" contain
injurious ingredients that are likely to
ruin your complexion. Try this Inex
pensive one which is all right: Dis
solve four ounces of spurmax in a half
pint of witch hazel or hot water and
add two teaspoonfuls glycerine. Rub
this on your face, neck and arms, and
It will give your skin a very pleasing,
delicate tone. This lotlpn does not
show or rub off like powder and will
remove that shiny, sallow look from
your skin. This preparation Is a won
derful skin-beautlfier and I find it ex
cellent for rough, red or sallow skins,
freckles and skln-pimples.
Mrs. David O.: The only reason why
many hair and scalp-specialists advise
against frequent shampooing Is the
Lard' It is pure, tasteless
and odorless a very ap
petizing cdbking medium.
Crusto makes foods digestible.
Not only are the vegetable oils of
which it is made, more digestible
than hog fat or butter, but they
have great food value.
Use Crusto for all cooking,
wherever you would use lard or
in a great measure determines your
health. Let us examine and put
them in order. All work guaranteed
first class. Prices reasonable.
203 Trust Bldg.
ADS BT PHONE.
The ordinary cost of a "Want Ad. In
The El Paso Herald Is 25 cents. It
reaches an average of about 70,000
readers each issue.
Mr. Albert Taylor and His New Company, Presenting
The Best of New Plays at Popular Prices
Matinees eveiy Wed., Sat. and Sunday at 3 p. m.
Adults, 20c; children, 10c.
New shows every Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
Curtain night, 8:30. 25c, 35c.
Phone Ryan's and Have Your Tickets Held
On Sale Oct. 11th to
danger that comes through the use of
soap and Inferior shampoos which con
tain "free" alkali or other ingredients
injurious to 'he hair. If your hair is
thin, very dry or oily and looks so dull,
"stringy" and unkempt a few days af
ter shampooing, try cleansing with a
teaspoonful of canthrox dissolved in a
cup of hot water, then rinsing thor
oughly with clear water. You can use
this shampoo as often as you like, as
it will benefit your hair and scalp won
derfully. It will relieve that Itching
sensation and make your hair beautiful,
fluffy and appear twice as thick. This
shampoo dries quickly without any
danger of streaking or discoloration.
Miss H. L.: If you only knew what
was In the cheap, greasy cold creams,
you have been smearing on your face,
you would never use them again, as
they are really harmful. Never use
anything but a greaseless cream if
you don't want hair on your face. At
a small expense you can prepare an
excellent complexion cream-jelly by
stirring together and allowing to stand
over night two teaspoonfuls glycerine,
one ounce almozoin and one-half pint
cold water. Use this regularly and it
will clear up your complexion wonder
fully by removing all dirt and oil. It
will also remove quickly those black
heads and other effects of hot weather
such as freckles, tan and roughness of
the skin of which you speak. This Is
the only reliable cream I have ever
found for removing wrinkles without
leaving the skin rough .and flabby after
massaging and for reducing the size
of large, dirt-collecting pores.
"Victoria: Your scalp needs a good,
stimulating quinine hair-tonic to re
move the dandruff, stop irritation and
falling hair. Get from any drug store
one-half pint alcohol Knot whiskey)
and one ounce quinzoin and mix It with
one-lialf pint -water and you will have
a much better tonic than any of those
ready-prepared tonics you have been
buying. Brush your hair dally and
twice a week apply this tonic to the
scalp, rubbing It in gently. This will
do wonders for your dull, lifeless, fair
ing hair, and put your scalp in a
healthy condition. This tonic will make
your hair soft, silky and lustrous.
Keep the scalp clean by frequent sham
poos with canthrox and you will not
have further trouble with your hair.
Enid S.: Your headaches and gen
erally despondent feeling very likely
come from your weak, inflamed eyes.
You should attend to the matter Im
mediately or jou may have to wear
glasses permanently. Get an ounce of
crystos and dissolve it In a pint of
water. Put a few drops In each eye
two or three times a day and I am
sure It will strengthen your eyes won
derfully and remove your eve troubles
generally. r fl..d this a splendid rem
edy It does not smart Uie eyes and Is
Kre for dull, tirfd, sore cyerf that have
that over-worked feeling. Adv.
Herpicide and Beautiful
Having a head of nice hair Is a bless
ing within the reach of anyone who
will use Newbro's Herpicide before the
dandruff germ has denuded the scalp
and left a condition, of chronic baldness.
Herpicide Imparts that snap and lus
ter to the hair which Is so attractive.
Having a subtle fragrance Herpicide
appeals directly to persons of refine
ment It has been sold for years, and
boasts of more satisfied users than all
other hair dressings combined.
Newbro's Herpicide Is recommended
and used by the best barters and hair
Send 10c in postage or silver for
sample and booklet to The Herpicide
Co.. Dept R.. Detroit Mich. '
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and S1.00
sizes is sold by all dealers, who guar
antee it to do all that Is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
Kelly & Pollard, Special Agents.
EFFECTIVE H03IE REMEDY"
It is a serious matter when the lungs
are affected. A trip away or to a sana
torium Is not only expensive, but It in
volves separation from home and
friends. Some are benefited, but few
can safely return. Eckman's Alter
ative is effective for home treatment
231 S. Atlantic Ave., Haddonfield. N. J.
"Gentlemen: In the fall of 1905 I
contracted a very severe cold, which
settled on my lungs. At last I began
to raise sputum, and my physician then
told me I must go to California imme
diately. At this time I was advised to
take Eckman's. Alternative. I stayed
at home and commenced taking It the
last week In October. I began to Im
prove and the first week In January,
1906, I resumed my regular occupa
tion, having gained 25 pounds, fully
restored ta health. It is now five
years since my recovery has been ef
fected, and I cannot praise Eckman's
Alterative too highly. I have recom
mended It with excellent results."
(Signed) W. M. TATEM.
Eckman's Alterative is effective In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat
and Lung Troubles, and In upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard. Knoblauch
Drug Co.. People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Askvfor booklet
telling of recoveries and write to Eck
man Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa for
additional evidence. Adv.
27th. Limit 28th
Showers I f I Women's Organizations j 8
I Conducted by ' I 1
Saturday evening the Misses GofI
entertained at their home on Pros
pect aTenue In honor of Miss Lotta
Fruit who is to be a November bride.
The evening was delightfully spent In
making a cook book, each of the
guests writing her favorite recipe on
a loose leaf, then the hosteSjS, placing
them in a tastefully decorated binding
tied with green ribbon, and a scrap
book, the leaves being decorated by
the guests. They represented the
bride to be from babyhood through the
different stages of her life to old age.
Lunch was served in the dicing room.
The colors, white and green, were
carried out in the refreshments as
well as in the house decorations. The
bride elect was requested to "Bring
In the wash." She was conducted to
the kitchen, where clotheslines of
green and white ribbon were hung
with pieces of lingerie, the gifts of
the hostesses and guests. Those pres
ent were: Misses Lotta Fruit Sea
mands, Shortridge, Martin, Althea
Fruit Sadie and Birdie Kerr. Flo Goff,
Mesdames Hanson and Hamilton and
Misses Edna and Ada Goff.
El Pasoans Away
Mrs. E. V. Berrien and son, Billy,
have returned from Demlng, N. M,
where they have been visiting Mrs.
Berrien's daughter, Mrs. Ralph Loomis,
and have gone on to St Louis, where
they will visit relatives for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. B, B. Stevens, who have
been visiting at different popular east
ern resorts for the past six months,
are expected home the last of the
Dr. and Mrs. L. G. "Wltherspoon will
leave the last of the week to be the
guests for a few weeks of Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Turney, on their ranch at Al
Miss Ruth McCurdy left today for
an extensive trip through the eastern
states and will later sail for Europe,
with cousins residing in New York
City. Miss McCurdy will remain away
for a year.
Miss Henrietta Buckler is spending
a fortnight with a party of friends at
Miss Lucy "Werne is visiting her
brother. W. Werne, in New Tork City.
Mrs. W. L. Foxworth and son. Jack,
have gone to Dalhart Texas, for a
Y. W. C. A. Notes
The Bible class department of the
Y. W. C. A. will meet tonight for a
Bible study rally in the central rooms
of the "Y. W. C. A. over Calisher's. A
supper 'will be given and the members
of the classes of Mrs. Howard Durkee
and Miss Florence N. Hanson 'will as
sist In serving and with the program.
The committee on religious work vill
have general charge. Following the
supper the advance class in the gym
nasium work will begin Its work.
In connection with the First Con
gregational church and important meet
ing will be held on Tuesday at eight
p. m. Supper will be provided by the
members of the Aid society and reports
will be given by the trustees relative
to the financial position of the build
ing fund and the current accounts.
The Thursday Afternoon Bridge
Whist club will not meet until the last
of October or the first of November,
when It will be entertained by Mrs. L.
Mrs. George Franklin Is entertaining
at cards thjs afternoon in honor of
Miss Marion Campbell.
About El Pasoans
Little Dorman MIchelmore Is able to
be out after a serious illness resulting
from injuries In an automobile acci
dent School Notes
Monday the Lamar Gymnasium club
met under the directions of Mrs. George
LeBaron, assisted by the dancing teach
er, Miss Alice Davis.
FEDERAL COURT PETIT
JURY BEGINS ITS WORK
A petit jury for the regular term of
the federal court, which opened In El
Paso Monday morning, reported for
duty and the members were sworn in.
The petit jury for the special term was
discharged by judge T. S. Maxey last
The petit jurors for the regular term
of court are: J V. Gage. S. A. Kelly,
W. D. Middleton. W. S. Miller. Jim Mil
ler, R, B. Mellard, T. L. Hartsell. T.
H. Rogers. J. C Avery, F. H. Curry, C.
H Bird. D. S. Olney. E. H. Fowlkes,
AV. H. Lee. George F. Crosson, R R.
Youngblood, G. McMeans. F. M. Sitton,
W. L. Sawyers. J. W. Buchanan. George
Seelig, A. E. Wilcox. E. H. Carlton. W.
T. Anderson. J. W. Fisher. R. Boyd.
Chas. Totty, R F. Crissom. L. E. Brock,
J. B. Dillon. B. L. Chambers. Wm. G.
Bishop. F. W. Herron, S. J. McSpadden,
T. B. Templeton, J. E. Nunn and Julian
How She Acquired
A nicely-dressed woman sat beside
me In the train. Everyone stared at
her. I couldn't help doing the same.
It was not her beauty of feature that
held our eyes, nor her costume. But
there was something about her face
and expression I risked It and asked:
"Would you mind telling me how you
keep your complexion so dazzlingly
pure? Don't think me impertinent, but
you seem over 30. yet haven't a line In
your face, and your cheeks are quite
peach-like. How do you do it?" ,
Laughing, she said: "That's easy; I
remove my skin. Sounds' shocking.
doSsn't it? But listen. Instead of
cosmetics I use only pure mercollzed
wax, procurable at any druggist's. I
apply this nightly, like cold cream,
washing it off mornings. This gently
absorbs the soiled, weather-beaten
film-skin, without pain or discom
fort thus revealing the fresh, clear
underskln. Every woman has a beauti
ful complexion underneath, you know.
Then, to ward off wrinkles I use a
face bath made by dissolving powdered
saxollte (one ounce) in one-half pint
witch hazel a harmless astringent
which 'tones' the skin wonderfully.
Very simple, Isn t it"' I thought so
I'm now trying her plan and like It Im
menselj Milllcent Brown in The Story
Teller. Adv. ,
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 315, night
Clever Combination of Materials'
A shade of steel gray not often seen
lately was used in this garceful after
noon grown, the principal material
being gray serge, very soft and fine.
A somewhat darker shade of the same
gray was used for the satin under
skirt and facings.
i5hS ro.nt ls fsn5hed with a softly
folded fichu of old yellow net and lace.
Under the net are several folds of thin
sh ning liberty silk, in brilliant amber
jellow. The triangular buckle at the
ilk. wound wlth folds ot the
Master Bernard Winner, son of Mr
?o,.?IrS- J E- wlnner. of 1006 North
Florence street entertained a number
of his little friends Monday afternoon,
the occasion being the celebration of
2-viii n Dlrthdav anniversary. Mrs. E.
t..i caPd dauShter Fay. and Miss
Lottie Scherer. of Texarkana, Texas,
assisted in entertaining. The children
Played several games. Prizes were
awarded to Helen Zellman, Ruth Ja
cobs, David Zielonka and Jerome La
powski. Gladys Schwartz entertained
by several musical numbers. Refresh
ments were served at the close of the
Mrs. W. C. Haight was hostess on
Monday afternoon of a surprise party
given in honor of Mrs. Ed Haight on
the latter's birthday anniversary. Only
the members of the Afternoon club, of
which Mrs. Haight is a member, were
present The afternoon was spent in
sewing, the hostess being presented
with a beautiful cutglass fern dish by
the members of the club. Refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
Those present were: Mesdames T. H.
Binkley. B. R. Roach, George Franklin,
Oliver Danlelson, H. P. Jackson. Tom
Lee. Arthur Manker, H. C. Schaefer, W.
a Haight Ed Haight and Miss Anna
Out Of Town Visitors
Edgar Love has returned from a short
trip to Cloudcroft N. M., and will re
main in the city a few weeks the guest
of his daughter. Mrs. Will Watson, be
fore leaving for his home In Tucson,
Mrs. E. P. May, of Grand View addi
tion, ha3 her mother, Mrs. M. E. Mer
rit, of San Francisco, visiting her.
Bishop James Atkins, who arrived In
the city Monday evening, left for Las
Cruces this morning. .
Mrs. Murry Crossett has moved to
Hotel Linden to make her home until
the conditions in Mexico are more near
Florence J. Hall, formerly of El Paso,
now making his home in Long Beach,
Cal.. is in town on business.
W. F. McMurry, of Louisville. Ky., is
spending a few days in El Paso en
route to Las Cruces, to attend the
HOWARD COUNTY PLANS
PERMANENT FAIR GROUNDS
Big Springs, Tex., Oct S. Howard
county's fair proved to be a success.
The various departments were repre
sented with splendid displays. The
carnival company was a winner from
an amusement standpoint and the large
crowds in attendance never lacked for
entertainment during the entire event
Flans are already being laid for reg
ular fair grounds for next year, the
same to be a large acreage enclosed,
with race course and baseball park,
grandstand and necessary buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Anderson left
for their home in Oneida, 111., after
spending a month visiting here. Mr.
Anderson has 800 acres in cultivation
just north of this city and has great
faith in this part of west Texas
The Western Telephone companj has
leased for five years the second story
of the Baird brick building, on Mr in
street and will have It arranged for Its
The Daughters of the American Rev
olution held their first meeting of the
year at the home of Mrs. E. C French
on Monday afternoon. The study for
the afternoon was, "Texas Under the
French Flag." A business meeting was
held the first part of the afternoon
and current events discussed. Several
members gave very interesting genea
logical data of their family history.
The hostesses were: Mesdames George
Wimberly, E. M. Bray, H. Clay Dyer.
J. R McJLeod, Nevln Freeman and
Baxter Lewis. At the close of the
meeting refreshments were served.
On Saturday afternoon at the close
of the regular meeting of the Woman's
club a directors" meeting was held and
the following women were elected Into
full membership: Mesdames D. J. Rob
erts, Ruby Ackerbury, of Fon du Lac.
Wis.; Bertha Congdon Stough, Kenneth
The courtesies of the club were ex
tended to Mesdames Edwin Burt Bos
worth, Charles Stevens, B. F. Moss and
Misses Lauramaud Fink, Elsie Kohl
berg, Finn and Smith.
El Pasoans Returning
Mrs. W. E. Miller has returned from
a three weeks' visit in Austin, Tex,
where she went to attend her sister's
Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. White have re
turned from California, where they
spent the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis C Coles returned
today from Rome, Ga., where hey have
spent a month.
Miss Laura and Anna Davldoff re
turned Saturday night from a trip of
several months In California.
Mrs. O. McSweeney has returned
from San Antonio, Tex., where she vis
ited her sister, who" is seriously 111.
Mrs. W. L. Crockett has returned
from Las "Vegas, N. M.
Willow Grove lodge No. S4, of the
Woodmen's Circle, met recently at the
K. of P. hall for its every other month
social meeting. Bunco was played
throughout the evening and prizes
awarded to Miss Rose Clayton, who
won the first prize, and J. C. Holford,
the booby. Refreshments of chicken
sandwiches, salad and coffee were
served by the following committee:
Mesdames P. H. Heffron, L. Meader,
Joe Lewis and Cassins. About 75 mem
bers and guests were present
The Royal Neighbors will meet in
the Beavers' hall the first and third
Wednesdays of each month.
The Beavers will entertain their
friends with a dance on Friday night
October 11, at their club rooms.
Miss Jenevie Anderson will entertain
1 rtn QatiirHnv pvpnlnir fl((ihpr 10 Ttrlth
a dance complimentary to Miss Marlon
Campbell and Harry Schutz, who will
be married in November. Miss Ander
son will entertain at her residence.
1507 North Kansas.
Dinners and Luncheons
Mr. and Mrs. S. C McCurdy enter
tained at dinner at the Valley Inn on
Monday evening. Their guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hines. Miss Ruth
McCurdy and G. D. Noldenholt, of Los
Mr. and Mrs. S. C Awbrey enter
tained Roy Crowder on Monday even
ing at the Valley Inn at dinner.
rHOEXIX M VY NOT LOSE
FEDERAL COURT FOR ARIZONA
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct S. It is not
likely that judge Sloan, of the federal
court will be compelled by his political
enemies or others to remove his court
to Tucson, Globe or Prescott as was
threatened last week.
When the hotel and lodging house
and restaurant keepers of Phoenix
heard of the tangle and had visions
of a possible loss of the money which
would be spent by the 500 witnesses,
they undertook to smooth matters
over. They figured that the mainten
ance of the prisoners would leave about
$2000 in town and that the 500 wit
nesses would spend an average of $3
per day per man, and they did not
feel that they could afford to lose It.
The superior court once sat in the old
Sun building during a term of the fed
eral court and the fixtures are still
there. It is believed that judge Phil
lips will consent to hold court 'there
again and give up his regular rooms to
The highest point of woman's hap
piness is reached only through moth
erhood, in the clasping of her child
within her arms. Yet the mother-to-be
is often fearful of nature's ordeal
and shrinks from the suffering Inci
dent to its consummation. But for
nature's ills and discomforts nature
provides remedies, and in Mother's
Friend is to be found a medicine of
great value to every expectant mother.
It is an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act with beneflcial and sooth
ing effect on those portions of the
system involved. It is intended to
prepare the system for the crisis, and
thus relieve, in great part, the suffer
ing through which the mother usually
passes. The regular use of Mother's
Friend will repay any mother in the
comfort it affords before, and the help
ful restoration to health and strength
It brings about after baby comes.
Is for sale at
Write for: our
free boolr for
ers which contains much valuable
information, and many suggestions of
a helpful nature.
B2AD5ELD REGULAT03 CO., ftlhste, Gi
F ft P 'AiTr A A J iA A. A. JLfiSoS
We wish to announce to the ladies
of El Paso and tiicinity that on Fri
day, Oct II, we will open an Art
Needle Work Shop. We will haae
a beautiful and complete line. We
have engaged a competent teacher
who will give free lessons on em
broidering and crocheting.
Mullen's Art Shop
104 San Francisco St. Walz Bldg.
We have been in business in this town
for some time, and we are looking to
build up trade by always advising our
So when we tell you that we have
found the eczema 'emedy and that wi
stand hack of it witn the manufactur
er's iron clad guarantee, backed by our
selves you can depend upon It that we
give our advice not in order to sell a
few bottles of medicine to skin suffer
ers, but because we know how it will
help our business If we help our pa
trons. We keep in stock and sell, all the
well known skin remedies. But we will
say this- If you arc suffering from
any kind of skin trouble, eczema,
psoriasis, rash or tetter, we want you
to try a full size bottle of D. D. D.
Prescription. And, if it does not do the
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
The ORRDfE treatment for the- Drink Habit can be used with absolute con
fidence. It destroys all desire for whisky, beer or other alcoholic stimulants.
Thousands have successfully used it and have been restored to lives of sobriety
and usefulness. Can be given secretly.
ORRINE is prepared in two forms: No. 1, secret treatment, a powder, ab
solutely tasteless and odorless, given secretly in food or drink; ORKINE No. 2,
in pill form, is for those who desire to take voluntary treatment.
If vou fail to get results from ORRINE after a trial your money will be
refunded. Costs only $1.00 per 'box. Ask for free booklet telling all about OR
RINE. Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
Pappas, With the Unspellahle Name,
Would Return To Fight For Native Land
El Paso's Greek Colony Is. Much Excited Over Balkan Trouble and War Talk
Is Freely (Induged in Where Flowers Are Sold and Shoes Shined.
By NORMAN M. WALKER.
GRECIAN El Paso is ready to re
turn to the land of the gods to
fight for the country which gave
them birth. There Is much excitement
among the Greeks of El Paso. The im
pending war of the Balkan states Is
the sole topic for discussion in the
Greek lunch counters, shoe shining
parlors and flower stands.
The patriotic 15, all of the Greek
residents in El Paso, meet dally around
the little flower stand of Panoglotis
Christos Pappadopoulos. In a nook of
the Roberts-Banner building. Pappa
detc wears the crown and shield of
the Greek nation In his ite which Is the
color of the Grecian seas. He is a per
sonage among his people In El Paso,
having ancestors who date back to the
battle of Thermopolae. the Bunker Hill
of all patriotic Greeks. Each day of
these troubulous times In their native
country, the Greeks of El Paso stop
to fonfer with Pappas, as the flower
merchant has abbreviated his name to
be. and they talk of returning to their
native land and joining the troops ot
king George In the fight for the rights
of ancient Greece.
SayH It Is Much Like Mexico.
Pappas, whom everyone calls
'George" because they can neither spell
it or pronounce his unabridged name,
has a clever comparison between the
present trouble between Turkey and
Greece In the Balkans and the revolu
tionary difficulties of.Madero in Mexl
Ico. He explains that the history of
Greece is as the history of Mexico dur
ing its revolutionary times. Once the
Greeks ruled as a free people over all
of the country. Then came the Turks
many years ago, 600 If George remem
bers his Greek historical dates cor
rectly, and looted the property and
lands of the Greeks. From that time
forth he says that every patriotic Greek
and every descendant of the Greek gods
ls patriotic, has sworn to avene this in
sult to their beloved maltese cross and
for that number of years there have
been revolutions, uprisings and revolts
corresponding to the spirit ot unrest
as it has existed in Mexico recently.
School Boys to Go to Wnr.
Filibustering expeditions of school
boys have gone to the Balkan states
to participate In revolts, he says. His
own first cousin was killed as a vol
unteer of the filibusters in Macedonia,
Montenegro, a part of Servia. Bulgaria
and his own Greece will fight against
the Turks, George says, and once this
war Is started It will never be stopped
until Greece again possesses its rav
ished lands. Samos, Crete and the other
Islands will assist and the cause of
right will be powerful. Pappas says,
with all of the fervor of his five, feet
Once this war is started every Greek
In El Paso. In the United States and
In the world wll rush back to fight un
der the banner of their beloved country
He. Panoglotis Pappadopoulos will be
among the first to go, leaving his
flower stand to his little Grecian
daughter to conduct during his ab
sence. Already his brother has gone
back from Baltipiore to serve as a
captain of artillery under the Greek
flag. Friends in El Paso are talking of
going and with the first call to arms
they wll leave at once for New York
to sail for their old home.
Is Small But EnlhilMnstlr.
Pappadopoulos was born and reared
in Sparta, the home of the brave. De
spite his diminutive stature, he lacks
none of the bravery which made Gre
cian history read like a romance. He
has served his two years as a soldier
in the Greek armv and to him military
life ls as second nature A member of
a family of priests, Pappas preferred to
come to America rather than don the
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robes of the Greek church of which his
father, grandfather and five of his six
great uncles were priests. His uncla
was a general and was breveted on the
field of battle for bravery. From this
uncle the El Paso Greek has Inherited
his love for warfare and was he as free
as he was in the old days back In
Greece, he would leave tomorrow for
the land whose court of arms he wears.
It ls for the right that the Greeks
are contending, he says. Their history
has been a great one and they will
come Into their own once more If this
fight against the Crescent is carried
out His ancestors fought at Ther
mopolae. He will 'fight as they fought
and as his brothers will fight for a
greater Greece and for a free people,
the little flower vendor says.
A LECTURE BY
Rev. Clyde W. Broomeil
of San Antonio
Mrs. C. W. Broomeil, Soloist
at K. of P. Hall, Calisher Building
(Elevator at Stanton St. En
trance) Wednesday, Oct. 9th, at 8 P. M.
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