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Wrek-End Edition, September 16-17, 1916. 11
ffiJL, .PASO JKKAi,.D
" SOCIETY DOINGS
Mr M M. Palmateer delightfully en
tertained a few friends in honor of
Mrs s. T. Sikes and Miss Beth Sikes.
r of Houston. Teias Mu
i-ing the evening. Miss Ina Paimat-er
Tlad several violin numbers, accom
pli pj h Turt Anderson and Carl
I ard Several local selections
w,r ale rnrert h Miss Tia M Pal-
- .-'f .i-dls-1 I i'?nil Mrs M- M.
T'a r" I'e'- - a1;ic'' i M 1 er daugh
' r srr- ns 'rv "" t""e-" ff
Mai M-a - T S' s Til and M'
j .. vt- hj v n -it' ft
M" ' Ta - -t M e- '-'i
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'- ara F-r' p --r
Ilae Fc-cjson w.s e
-s u soi at
' . - n ! i i laso -treet
1 n I eimg 'o help celebrate
re hli anmer Bunco was
the cam of the even - j Wi 1 M,ss
He m. anpson won r rst ;nre atid
ti If Tui ker won t
. - i t the i
cike niiiine the he i
Miss Rma Shea, ttu
fourd b Miss Juanii
w a1- found "v
mith. and Mis
Mrjrn h erguson four i ihp aim1
lhe ninton to Miss 3 'i In Ball'
Thi-i.l'l was in Mrs. Heilman's Mice,
ad " -'llir Ferguson had the rint..
"rhosr p'-e5 nt were Misses Freda Mae
f r"-punn r:ena Shea. HHrn Fprguoon,
U.anita Prntih. Helen Sampson. Edith
Bailfi. 1.1 la Shaw, Helen Wllburn;
irsJ?r Pail Rvan. rthur Carroll, W.
VI rdwardn. Aubrey Shroek. H. H.
Tii'-V- api iharle Kellogg; Msdames
Vio1-t Tlilman and C. Ferfjuson
"mp! rr'nlarv t Ml-s Nncv Kd-trard-
Xhf Ider daughter of sheriff
ami AT- Pevt-n .T Fdwards. a few of
lio- tt)'--t mtimatp frirnd"!, entertain7
ih ivh H sraf hr rinz- t their hom-
T lerreases strenrth
c de'icatr, nervous,
rundown people 200
per cent In ten days
ir many instances.
J!") forfeit If It
fails as per full ex
planation In large
article soon to ap
pear In this paper.
Ask vour doctor or
r ugg-ist about It. Ow' Drug- Co, A. E.
R-an always carry it in stock.
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BaB & 1-
B "p hJx antmer - Bunco was!
nmn! rr'nlarv to Mls Nancv Kd- i
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Principals: Miss Ora W. L. Slater, Miss Olga E. Tafel.
A school of eastern standard in the unequalled climate of tlie N. -nth eft.
mail classes, pood work, experienced teachers of c"llie and professional
tramiBC. Unusual advantages w music, outdoor phy-iinl traininj;.
1111-1115 TERRACE STREET, SUNSET HEIGHTS.
amE$ grs 1
I jT f la
' RraiS ni inlmrllin! K
.V j.licatnms at tlie ho!t..r harher shops -t.uaranteed by The Herpicide Co.
SOMl EVER j WHERE.
Send 1" cents to The Herpicide Co.. Dept 138-B. Detroit Mich for sam
ple bottle and booklet
Kelly i Pollard. Special Agents.
For 50 Years ffSS ji
have enjoyed jHgKME!gmajK ' ' ' " l
Z0nEZg&&tQt8g ill mil .
during the past week, previous to her
departure for Chicago, where she will
visit for a short time, before going
to the Northwestern University for the
coming winter One of the parties
WMnnllmcnfrv to her s aa Hvn hv
j Miv.s Mar liecrmans when a very
unique affair was enjoyed. Those pres
Ient were diwded Into three groups of
six. forming basket ball teams. Miss
Kdwards held tlie plaie of 4-a.ptain for
j the hi?h school and was successful in
I defeating all comers in ihe game of
, facl. ' which was played. The eom
I petinir teams were named for Sliver
j Citx. Mesilla Park. Roswcll. .Mamo
tr'irdn and leming. The captains of
ti otliei two tables that took the
1 nams of the other hools were Miss
V ir Hardm and Miss Nellie Smith.
1 1 ea h recei d prizes for the nuni-
- i ' pirnc-i tlit won The color
, e if oranpe and Mack for the
1 tah hool was carried out in
1 tj'-Kr ties given d5 prizes and
r r cream aiid take sered later
e .ftrnoon. The party was also
t fA-m of a handkerchief shower.
M Nardif also entertained in
" SI s Ednards with a paper
1 n i Curing- the afternoon the
f-ssed small dolls in dresses
L Arnselves, from colored paper.
Mitchell won the pnze. a
was followed hv an
was loiiowea by an
Tfiit content The house was
! n pmk and white carnations.
ma tf the afternoon, an ice
w 1 served the guests by the
assisted b her mother. Mrs.
r- " 1 Hardie. and the mother of
' r g-1 st of honor. Mrs. P. J. Edwards.
M ss Noll o Smith was another hos-
t- s i onplimentary to Miss Edwards
Mi'-s Minetta llennlng. who has
i er" -o Oiicaw, where she will take
i i p .lci-i rvtic science for the comlnp;
year. The house was decorated in cut
i flowers The affair was very infor
I mal and only a few of the honored
j siiest's most intimate friends were
present. Bunco was played dur
ing the afternoon by the three tables
..f gicsts Miss Phvllls Routledge won
the pn. In the advertising contest.
also played during the afternoon, the
prize was won by Miss Marion Kerr.
t the close of the afternoon, a salad
course and candles were served.
El Pasoans Returning.
Miss Helen O'Shea has returned to
her home in El Paso after a week spent
here with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rowlands returned
Thursday afternoon, on the Golden
State, from California, -where they vis
ited at San Francisco and other north
California points, for about two weeks.
Kn route they visited at Los Angeles
for i short time.
HI aoV Favorite Report.
Come to our Fountain for real re
freshment. "ome in tired hot thirsty. Tyeave
refreshed cooled satisfied.
Now jou ma sa drinks at other
fountains will do the same things.
Quite right But to accomplish these
good effects we serve drinks that are
pure, wholesome and beneficial. Our
fountains is a marel of cleanliness.
There i much room for deception In
drinks. Don't he zuided by flavor
alone. Demand purity as well. Tou
get both when you come here
clt White A Co.
Mill Bide Roberts-Banner BIdg.
Kepot Pharmacy. Ad
We haie the best copper plate en
graver in the snuthwet. Bring us
jour order for wedding invitations and
visiting cards Prompt serv1r Kl
Paso Printing Co kk Main t. Adv
After the Last Plunge
In rnticipation of social requirements fol
louinp; the vacation period, one's first thought
1- of the hair. Whether at the sea or mountain,
vacation time is always hard on the hair.
Experience has proven there is nothing
quite as good as XCWBROS HERPICIDE to
restore to the hair its natural softness and
fluffiness. It also keeps the scalp healthy and
free from dandruff.
On account of its daintiness, HERTICIDK
is a most d'-lL'Iitful hair-dresinT used by both
iadies and 'rc nt lenient of refinement. It stops
itching almost instantly. Buy a bottle today.
El Pasoans A Way.
Miss Margaret Bush left Thursday
evening for Fort Worth. Texas, where
the will enter school for tin coming
T. J. Delahanty. of the Southern
raciflc railway, ha cone to San i"ran
cisco. where he will visit for about
Ralph Homan is the guest of Hush
Sawjer at Canutillo for a short time
The latter part of next week he will
leave for school in the east.
Miss Isabel Smith will leave Sundav
evening for the Southern Methodist i
Sln'Ti'i.V JSIw Tas where shc .' W this ear than at any open
will attend school for the next wintei 7 ,. , . . . r
She will enter her sophonion
Word has been received that Ke
W. F. Packard, pastor of Trinitv Meth
odist church, is not Improving as had
been expected upon moving him from
EI Paso to Marlin. Texas. He is srad
uallv Rrjwinfr weaker. Kev. and Mrs.
Packard are now at the Torfcett sana
torium, where he is receiving treat
ment. Mrs. J. TV. Crowdus and Mrs. nrtrni
Adoue will leave soon for Chleai-n
Canada and other points of Interest in I
l i. i. j . .. '- '"
"f. "?i"'.""!?.Vw,,eL 5? ?"1
' ,,. I !. uuie. iggeuicr mey
. xvlll then return t Ur idn.-. k1
in Galveston. Mrs. Crowdna
short visit with her mother, will return
to El Paso for the remainder of the
BRITISH CAPTURE !
3 GERMAN TOWNS
(Continued from Tax 1 )
Struma an raided villages occupied by
In Dobrudja, southern Rumania, the
Bulgarians. Turks ana Germans have
won a decisive success against the Ru
manians and Russians, field marshal
von Mackensen reports. The announce
ment is contained in a telegram sent
br emDeror IVilltam in th mnf-
BULGARS TAKE NEW GROUND j
AFTER LOSING MALKA NIDZE
Berlin. Germany, Sept le. Bulgarian ,
forces on the Macedonian front, says ,
the official statement issued today have '
occupied a new position after losing
llalka Nidze in battle. I
Field marshal van Mackensen. in j
command of the troops of the Central I
powers in the Balkans, has decisively j
defeated the Rumanians and Russians I
in the province of Dobrudja and is now i
pursuing them. I
SERBS DEFEATBULGARIANS j
AND CAPTURE 32 CANNON
Pans. France. Sept. IS. Servian
troops have put the Bulgarians to rout j
in the fighting on the western end of '
the Macedonian front, the war office
announced todav. The Servian h.i. !
advanced six miles northeast of Fiorina '
ana nave captured S2 cannon. The
French and Rusian forces also have '
aeieaiea tne Bulgarians.
iRims .i:cmrrs nn not i
IICLo:I. svis 1.1.01 n r.KtuiGK
London. Eng.. Sept 16 David Uovd I
George, secretary of state for war. has I
issued a statement denying that British '
tensors turn over secrets receKed from '
mencan mails to British firm- for I
intr us He-sain onlv goacrpment
use In the prosecution of the war is
made of information obtained from
IOOO PRISON Kit ARE
TAKUA II V ITLINS.
Rome. Italy. Sept 1. The new of
fensive of the Italians who are at-
leiniiiins 10 aovance on i nest was
developed snco-asfnlly Fridas. The
war office today announced the tap-
ture or a numner ot important poi
T tione More than Na prisoners were
I -DRI.NK .D A AlOll.VA."
i The big subject in "The Devil At His j
j 1,1 bow" playing at the Unique today !
J and tomorrow, is woman and drink
I The picture features Clifford Bruce and
Dorothy Green, two supreme dramatic
I stars who make of this picture one of
! the most unique and interesting pro
I ductions of the year
1 Dorothy Green, well known to Broad
1 way. plavs the role of a woman of the
. streets, who lifts a brilliant man up
j from the gutter and then, fearing she
s losing his love, she drags him down
again and tragedy results Her work
in this picture Is devilish In It" realism
I She is a female satyr, a Delilah, a vam
pire so unscrupulous as to turn the
blood cold in the veins. As a vampire
Miss Green is a complete success.
Clifford Bruce is starred with Miss
Green, and he is the naval architect
who is the victim of "The Devil at His
The storv wajs written ho- Aarrni
i Hoffman, who has written all the feat
j ures for Mme. Petrova since she has
been appearing In motion pictures. The
snows start at 11:30 a. m, 13. ta p rru.
:. 3:15. 4:39. 5:45. 7, S:15. and 9:30
i. st n a" for "Tin: n xgrr Gint,"
mixture of full dress suits, rlassv
evening gowns, lawn parties, cabarets
and love, all seasoned well with timely
thrills and rollicking comedy, are the
chief ingredients of the newest Sennett
Kn ..tone comedy. The Danger Girl."
which will be shown for the last time
at the Grecian today. There is much
in this comedy to appeal to both sexes.
The scenes are elaborate, the clothes
swell and right up to the minute, and
the comedy and thrills are of the typ
ical Kevstone brand, which Is saving
much Today is positively the last day
this comedy will be shown in El Paso,
so it behooves Keystone fans to go to
the Grecian without delaj jAdv.
Todav will Inaugurate the showing
of the William Fox features as a regu
lar weekly attraction of the Albambra
program The Fox feature shown to
dav will be "The Beast" a play con
ceived and directed by Richard Stan
ton, the director who has been taking
pictures for a coming Fox feature at
Camp Stewart for several weeks past
Mr. .Stanton while here visited the Al
hambra frequently, and considers "The
Boast" one of his best pictures to date
George Walsh and Anna Luther are th
stars of "The Beast" which tells the
old story of the east and the new storv
of the west, making a virile and pleas
ing play. Adv.
TODY"i PROGRAVr AT TUB IIIJOC.
The attraction at the Bijou today is
well worth your while. "Pique," an
adaptation of Augustin Dalys play, has
enough good points to warrant Its
recommendation as an acceptable offer
ing In matters of production, perfect
photography and artistic settings, the
film is practically flawless. Admis-sio-i
is 10 cents; children S cents i'he
"Girl From Frisco" production, also the
lv Close, comedv. which was delayed
in transit today, will positively be
shown tomorrow. There will bo no in
crease in prices Advertisement.
Tiiunx u.n: TIIEDA rr:
The BIJou will show the next Theda
Bara production In El Paso, and It will
he a sensation. It is a picture for
adults only. Miss Bara will appear
next Wednesday and Thursday, and the
title of the picture is "The Internal
Shriners held a regular meeting Fri
day night at the Masonic temple It
wa d-tided to have a special meeting
next week to make plans for a cere
monial session to be held here in No
are o f
r "n ini Indian, in the
Teaching Force For All Pub
lic Schools is Larger
Than Ever This Year.
Alignments of teachers to the El
1 aeo schools have been completed by
-uperintendent R. J. Tighe and the
t. aching force is now organized as it
will work for the fall term of the
The teaching staff of 1h cltv schools
"lg OI inr IHU lerm in me in-iujj vi
the rit. yet the schools are over
crowded and there are not enough
t.achers to supply all of the schools
if the compulsory education law Is
The lists of principals and teachers, j
together with their assignments, are
Alamo Mi MarU GallaghT
Alta Vista Mrs. Eunie R. Payne.
o Mis Catherine Gorbutu
Any. alstant MlM Gertrod- Hlcgins
BeilC)- Xls Willie B. McCrerr.
B-all Mle Myra Prater
Beall allant Robert ' Jacksvn
Franklin Miss Mabel Glenn.
High Srhool A. H. Hnchet.
High School, assistant R. Randolph Jon
Highland Park Miss Klifford Rice.
Umar Miss Alice Fitzpatrlrk
San Jacinto Mrs. Mamie I- Patterson
Sunset (Old HlEb) Mrs. E. Arrlngton
Vilas Miss Alicia Sn-ann
nousiaes William Coleman
Woodlawn A I.yda MeGown.
Mrs. Bess Bomar
Mary llardl- rad't
Fllxatth I." Grand
Molina Sm 'h
Mabl K ij
Vera Ballard cadet
'-"ha, V Mrti'wni'
aud t ilr.ti
F n ih ,r 1
Tarv r ol
th n II' '
hi. r-. it
t llian P'-l
Kii.an I r
Maud m I'js'nl' h
Mrs Mk M
lMTt ' t-T.-f
1 ora Han i-k
Minni' t f
Elizabeth Ba- o
Emma t ini5rrn
I 'rli' rede'
' V. ' .
Bu-na o M -ttira
Fannie t.'j Tacr
.- Mr Via Kp'
-T ..e-- Fleda r.heirheln -
Kate liM'.T lj.ae'e .,teHtne
,IaH P nv Ruth t. nc
Ft V-.IV- t.lls- M'lnl- r.
Jeanneft H-derson Marion Brav
Marr T e'a;htn f'lara 'nr radet
Porothr Wino. Mesdam-.
Edltha rindson lima Bartlt
Corinne Hen terpen Emma Beazl-v
Hllfh School Teachers.
I. 1- Stone
.t "W .lerken
W. F. Klannlken
.1 E lillkey
R E ifai
I E Mctar-n
J. I- Henry
A G Alexander
Alrln E "Jul!
Wtl'latn K Brown
Doris Hanson libra
rian Amanda Helmnnn.
nifhland Tark Teachers.
Misses Mary I.esrls
Mary Kta Hayes 34ae Buckaloo
Grace Ptreeter Grace Fleck
Edtth Malonev Fas- t'ndersrood
Mamie R bertson
San Jacinto Teachers.
Frances I tley
Illla I .".He
Fay Wynn. cadet
unset (Old vrhtodl Teachers.
Mr Clemmie Matkln lanra tosett
Misses Mary Wl'llamson
Mllda Connolly l.aura Topham
Ruth Crllchett lewene Mayer, radet
Knla Bron I.acllle Maloney
Edith KcKers Ida Breeding
Misses Nina Dennlson
nella Ktefer Halite Irvln
Mariraertte Iseraen Kate Krense
Zella Prater Joanna Ieniond
riyde Duncan Hazel Stout
Jeannette Craer Mrs. Ifle Saytor
Misses Bkin h Bonner
Emma Gnrlev I'omfort Baker
Viola Cleveland Malee Fowler
M oodlawn Teaebers.
Misses A tyda McGowen
Junior Illch School Teachers.
Katnerlne Brownsoo lsulse Hopper
1. .nth liiddlnirs
I Ilia Thomas
Marger t Hunter
vfanual Trainlnc Teaclier.
Messrs - P. E Vlekery
P-. E Chenault F S Snsder
E. C. R'ezlev . C. ftterback
i Golden -I. S Carroll
L. F. Mien J. E. More
Ilnmestlc Science Teachers.
Mioses Ruth Connor
Marrharetta T.eBaron Elizabeth Roe
Blanche Bailey Mary Rrickt
Janet Mark Haztl Howell
Miss V'da Redic ilra. A. D Stearr
W A Burk manual training;
Miss Elizabeth Doak. muslt.
Mrs. J C Mee. drawing.
Miss Con. T.areon. penmanship.
Mrs. Inez Parker elementary grade
AaiTATES THE TJ.
iContlnuefl from 1'Jijre 1 '
over the first report that the new or
iAr ti ouM ompltrTv rut off tm.i m'h
ffolliii-j iicl --rrtini! . i'i'1'1 th-r mlli
Is Determined hy
1 of the Truck In
TI FISH !
Money Is Secured to Com
plete Buildings; To Open ;
There has been such .1 demand tor
the completion of the Mt Franklii.
Country club, that the directors have
secured a loan for the sxiprpoae of
completing and equipping the club at i
once. The masonry ot the main hall
(35x70 feet) has been completed and '
is under roof: the north and south
it-tags are partially erected and work
on the sshole bulldlnn ts being pushcl
as rapidly as possible.
A part of the club will put into
operation in a few weeks and it is
intended to formally open the flub on
ThankssjiTinpr day. with a barbecue,
turkey shoot and ball. This club has
about 30 members at present
This will be the largest Country
dob EI Paso has ever had. it Is stated,
and is located In a partlcularlv attrac
tive and picturesque spot, which will
afford unusual facilities for outdoo
amuseroents and pleasures, as well as
the social dub features. The roads o
the club will be in first class condition
in a short time and kept that way,
the officers announce.
The club has had considerable dif
ficulty in setting all the rifles needel
for Its members, but expect them in a
the Scandinavian countries In some
quarters it was suggested Hint the
present was a particularly inopportune
time for promulgating such a decree,
with secretary Lansing stud inE intri
cacies of the new legislation under
which the executive branch of the gov
ernment is empowered to take drastic
retaliatory action againat nations In
terfering with American trade
I'ooil Is ent lo Hullnnd.
While American exports to Holland I
have been greatly curtailed b a series
of British orders, a considerable trade, ,
especially in foodstuffs, is done with
that countrr. Wheat, flour, corn,
basic oils and tobacco are among the
mobt important articles being sent '
In addition to the new order, state ,
department officials are in estigatlng
an arrangi ment qffecteii l.v "Great
Britain and France' for e&taMishnunt
i'f bureaus ti effe't an ex. hinge of
by the -Purchase Price
TFT .IF. TRUCKS in service over long periods show the
lowest cost of upkeep, and the lowest operating cost of
any published records. A few of the Velie reports from Velie
users have been printed in these advertisements. Books
full of them are on file all open to your inspection. These
reports were gathered from thousands of Velie Trucks cov
ering operation of many years. Be guided by results. Back
of these trucks is the Velie Prestige the responsibility of one
of America's most substantial organizations with half a
century of manufac-
Strength Capacity Dependability for every load in every line of
transportation is assured by Velie Chrome, Nickel and Vanadium
steel construction with such features as these:
Four forward speeds Heavy-duty Continental Truck Motors Steel Raybestos
Disc Clutches Worm Gear Drhre Timken Bearings throughout Pressed SteJ
Channel Frames 5J and S inches deep Removable Tubular Radiators long,
heavy Silico-Manganese Steel Springs.
Two models are being delivered now: No. 25, 1J2 ton. $2250; No.2S,3
Ion, S3350. Driver's Cab, Gas Headlights and Frest-O-Lite Tank included
besides regular oil lighting equipment We carry a full stock of parts service
at all times. Ask us about our liberal time-payment arrangement.
M. L. Naquin, Diibibufor, EI Paso, Texas. Travis Bailey, Local Agent.
i."T Muatnna Street Phone S4V!
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Route of The
Nothing i more diiireeible than a
home infested with these pets. Tlestroy
them with Stearns' Electric Rat and
Roach P.i-.te. the standard externa. nator
for th rtvfiie vears
p . -in' h'ns into f"vl Ii' pwdfrs.
riradv f r U- 1 rctt ins it. l languaC'-s
I. s. f-oternment hays U.
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S-tcamV Kleetric l'aste to, Chicago. Ill
WHY NOT VISIT
FAYW00I), N. M.
First jincc you will eventually go
there any way? Conceded the
greatest stomach and kidney
water on earth and besides 'tis
very much cooler there.
VICTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO.
Corner Mesa A San Antoalo.
CF-TO-DATE 7-PASSEXGER OARS.
2J0 PER HOUR.
AUTO iaVERY CO.
Oliver Carr. Met.. Cor. Mesa Ulsjesrt.
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