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iWeek-End Edition, September 16-17, 1915. 13
&j .FA.SU JUUKA I-iU
' HOW! DANCE
held Brr. W. C. JL
It Didn't Happen Here, But
v in San Antonio; Minis
rers Are Shocked.
A fl-ii r nn in ihe cafeteria of th
Y W c . at San Antonio, Texas.
rfcentli for some of the militiamen
by 5ome of the girls, members of the RBiment-
T. IT C A . has stirred up the San fcmlk. .
i I MP BIG
Otien Air Service at Camp
Fort Bliss to Be in Charge
of Company A.
A military march comnosed by Anton
I nwir h.n leader of the 20th infan-
mllltlaoien i . ,j m, T7!hr of the
lj, AIIU ..-.. w --
in honor of Col. Alfred as-
braurlc. commanding officer 01 tne
;th. is to be played as the postlude
! h nnn air service in Camp Fsrt
ca-a.ins a great deal of talk one way , BJfes Sunday nlj;hu Tne piece ,8 EO
or ano. ,er in San Antonio Rev. C. (rraIlce(J as to introduce the 24 trrnn-R-rflcv
Wendell, formerly pastor of , tfae drum wUh tne
T- rl. church in El Paso, was one r strons u,. swinp.
of the ministers to sign a resolution ; Mls Anna r Axton is to sine The
emiiid-ii.nr the dance i End of a Perfect L'ay. to an accom-
Astonlo ministerial alliance to con
drmnation of the association and i
in Antonio churches stye dress whch he made iast winter before
r homes and attend with . sma ou of me ..A yondiction--udfnkes
"' .w?n t Iefmition of a Quitter"
What harm Has tliere n r. . - ,- .! wA
e'r daaghters and the selected mill- j ronttW8 from
In tl . meetinp of the ministers, the j
dan-e wi discussed with Rreat fervor
by some of the pastor? and a comma- i
mcation frrm son.e of the women .
1ji,emler, of the Y. W C
fo-r the ministerial bod. almost
caused ar explosion. This is the para
graph that brought the most ire from
As a matter of fact every one
knows that the leadinpr feminine mem-
- hf-B of the San Antonio churches give
darre11 in their
the ' daUKhter
Me s lioTes w hat harm
he Diaces where thev live dancing,
p-ope-H introduced and chaperoned
t"h- Kiholp affair simply is a tempest
In a 'eapot.' " i
Chnrclien Harmed." '
I V.e-r S J Porter. Bapti.-t, declared i
4 rir'f if' had done the churches ,
of tre i it mole harm than the danc
thrrUgh und. rmlning the authority of i
the r-. -fr Where the authority of i
tne cl-'jr;h Is questioned." he said, "it I
' i! fnr ti.e people As with priest, ;
wiUi preache.-. Look at Ital and Mex
1 " ministers passed a resolution
before idjournment asserting that the
oil.l nk no further action than re-P'.-i
i z the matter to national head
in irters i.t the T. W. C A "The
work of fnrist waits on some folks
-The me i-eu plajing the fool." said
I Mr ijeonard
The ministers also adopted a resolu
tion setting forth their satisfaction nc
thp resolution passed at a special
ailed session of the directors of the ,
Young Women's Christian association
fc-hidding the use for dancing of
bmlciiiics under the control of the as
The resolution carries a clause as
serting that it is the wish of the min
jeters "that the coidial relation be-
Atween the churches and the Y. W. C.
sh. 11 tontinue and that nothing
shall occur to prevent our people from 1
heartilj cooperating in its work." .
n.nNi tn Cfifrtprta. I
Tti ane tn which the DaStOrS Ob- I
Ject was given in the cafeteria under i
the direction of Miss Ernestine Fried- I
roann of New York city, extension sec
retary of the Y. w. t A . ana a com-
mittee of San Antonio women. Miss
luedmann was detailed by the na
tional board of the Y W C. A. to San
Antonio to aid the friends, wives and
sisters of national guardsmen who tc
coT.pamed them to the border and to
plan social pleasure for the militia
men It was in furtherance of the
latter of he- mission that the canee
IT C Leonard, pastor of the Tnntv
T Meth"ditt church, declared that danc-w-r
in good surroundings and witi
pioper introduction of pa-tners wa an
evil He stated that he had worked in
ihe slums of Si. Louis among the fac-
X torv girls and the "alley rata" and
termed unsuccessful dances which thev
attended under the auspices of social
A- "I deplore the leadership thjt
brought this Christian body into such
a mire." said Rev. B. A. Owen, pastor
j of the Hillcrest Baptist church.
Pr. S. J. Porter, pastor of the First
Baptist church, declared that although :
the discipline of several of the Protest- '
ant churches made no mention of the
dance the Christian conscience" wti
against it. He asserted that the New
Testament was his "headquarters" and ;
if the leaders of the Young Women
Christian association in New York tity (
-nu of the churches in the north let
down the bars to dancing he would j
.'- array himself against them.
o t-nenu or inni.
"J think "this woman' has committed
En rfetr-e asrainst the Chrlstianitj of
rhi community, said iter. . tu i
paniment bv the band with trombone
obligato by Sergt. Marvin Eckman.
I ne seiecnon iiiav iu i f."j- ...
cjrnet solo by Bert Jacobs with the
trombone accompaniment and then tne
A rend be- i olee is to oe lniruaucen. r i" ."-
. . Kregaiiiiai iiis" "r p- y
gation is to t aiviaea iniv-inij.
with Miss Zula Robinson leading one
section and Miss Matilda Alton the
To ftepeat Jddrenn.
Chanlain Axton is to repeat an ad
CHURCH B TO
BE ARJWY HOSTS
Men of First Presbyterian
to Entertain Presbyterians
of the Army Tuesday.
Presbyterian men of the national
guard and L. S. army will be guests
of the Men's club of the First Presby
terian church Tuesday evening at a.
social to be given in thornen's rooms
of ihe church, at the corner of Boule
vard and Stanton streets.
A meeting of the Men's club com-
I mittee was held at the church Tliuri-
day evening at which plans were made
for the ROclaL A reception committee
will be present to greet the national
guardsmen and a musical program will
be given by the double quartet of the
First Presoyterian church and solos by
."irs. A. M. uoiasiein, Mr. ana .iry.
' J. Andrews and F. G. Billings
duet will also be given M Mr an-1
Talks will be made b chaplain
Shall, of the Tenth Pennsjlvania in
fantry. Judge F K. Hunter. Rev. C U
Overstreet and Norman Walker. The
social will start S oclock and arrange
ments are being made to entertain
several hundred Presbyterian men
from the national guard and regular
armv. This will be the first monthly
meeting of the club for the fall season.
Richard Harwood directs the
company A that nave
the service in hand. The
hip- Henratincr schemes have proved
o popular that they will be continued
so long as the weather is at all fa
orable. Order of Worship.
The order of worship will be-
Prelude Andante expresione from
- Imv in the Holy Land." Nevln,
J"th infantry band.
Doxolosr Band and congregation.
Inocation and Lord's prayer.
Hmn "If Your Heart Keeps Right,"
dag!o Silence." CRoethenl. 2to
Solo- The End of a Perfect Day."
Bond. Miss Anna Axton. accompani
ment .'0th infantrr band. trombone
nblisrato. Sergt- Eckman.
Hi mu "The Church in the Wild
n ood." Pitts.
Sermon "A Non-Dictionary Defini
tion of a Quitter." chaplain John T.
A' ton i
Po'tlcde "20th Infantry March." !
nton Goetz. 20th infantry band and j tax commission has concluded its ses-
t-nmpeter j sions after adding something like JJ4.-
BenedU-tion. . 000.006 to the valuation of JS04.000.0O0
F. Frederiksen, privates: James P. Har
din. Harold H. Hunt. Richard Kaskey.
Charles Vosbole. Charles E. Turner.
Program committee. Corps. John
Milko. James A. Davis, privates James
H. Kecg. Joseph Kocjen. Martin J.
Reynolds. John D. Overbey. John P.
Committee on parking autos: Corp. i
Wvatt L. Clay, privates James H. Lay.
Jeff Lawson. Charles H Knight. Samuel
L. King. James J. Jennings. Charles E.
Giesler, Robert B. Foegle, James E.
Ushers: Corp. Christ Krageland.
Lance Corp. Adam Przvaorskl. bugler
Fred D. Piatt, bugler William A. Pilk
ington. privates Crosby S. Simmons.
Jack Tucker, John Krajewski. Edwin
J. Barton. John E. Burns. William A.
In charge of committees: Sergt. Rich
N. M. COMMISSION AUUS
$54,000,000 IN VALUES
Santa Fe. X. M. Sept, 1 The 6tat
Ciinpany V In Charge.
Those in i harge of the service are
all of company A:
Decorating committee. Corps. George
L. Jonas, Earl Shipp. mechanic Herman
returned by the assessors The great
est proportionate raises were made in
Roosevelt and other eastern counties
which had fallen below last year's returns.
- - - HOROSCOPE - - -
Minriny. September t". Jnl.
EPTUNE and Venus rule
Monday. September 1. 1M6.
ASTROLOGERS read this as a day
of Atrong good influences
slightly affected by weak evil
influences. Cranus and Mercury are
in beneflc aspect, while Neptune, Jupi
ter and Mars are unfriendly.
The sway Is belie ed to be conduc
; ve to mental and physical activity.
good today. Mercury bein?
mildly inimical, acordlng to as-
While this sway prevails love Is said
o be particularly beguiling, causing
in. n and women to seem to possess
charms that are not theirs.
Although conditions are auspicious It is a favorable , rule for firm, well
for romance and sentiment, care should ' directed action in business or prof tu
be exercised lest deceit enter Into the sional affairs.
conduct of wooers of both sexes. Under this rule the psychic and n-
lt is a lucky date for entertaining , meric powers are believed to be quick
friends at dinner. Meetings "! ' ened and warning is given against the
-me may bring about important . . ...
eents ignorant exercise of faculties of the
Hotel proprietors continue under a m'm' tnat are lit IK. understood
wav bringing to them and to all who The vogue of new cults and the
i..nduct restaurants profits and popu- , Popularity of strange teachers again
lrit j are prophesied.
The stars foreshadow new ventures l Writers have the best government of
in cooperative living, and the see-s J the stars today. An epoch of real
i.redict that strangely planned hotels American literature is foreshadowed.
v ill become numerous It is a lucky time for winding up old
Cnnfectinners and bakers come unde- account ana iinwsning ousine ai-
an extraordinary rule nresaKtng Im
mense profits for them The decline of
fclrs that have been delayed.
Uranus is in a place that is read as
-ales of liquors and the Increase of Ktvmg sign mat treacnery ma oe
.-i-les of sweets will be enormous, it is common. The seers say that even
.,,a friends should be watched.
The planets todav are read as giving US"1 ar?. foreshadowed. J"?
fair hope of fortune for managers of iH affect all classes especially In
theaters, but again changes In man- I Texas. Arizona and Colorado.
asers and policies are prophesied. A re or a panic in a theater is
;- ... ; V.Ki (.vemeii Hi!1 i Women on the stage in any capacity prognosticated. inis may lane place
r - bt'aii church "I would not con,- ' trould use tins day for plans ana pre-
amone who aia mis ining a ' i-aranwu. u mcj ubu iuai.A i.v,u.-
1 T1 3 ... 11'it.iu. ..B.n.,U , f iih. n9
riWUCHl It I19VII MIVUIU VM&f.lXOTBU
bis health in every possible way. far
, tne stars appear to warn him that be
will suffer from nervous disorders.
Anxieties under two roofs are
' Uranus Is still in a place that is be-
Iieed to foment labor troubles.
Waste of oublic money and expend:-
1 tures that are unnnecessar in civic as
v ell as national enterprises are prophesied.
Persons whose birthdate It Is have i
1 mi,nr .111 tii. mmanee to interest (
Children born on this day proDabiv
will He self-resDectins: and successful.
fd;r Several stated tney unaeraiooa i 1 nese euojeci 01 irs" usuaiiy are k.
dancing was "the whole thing." reedingly alert and active. Coprigh
aa s ' ISIS, h- the McClure Newspaper Syn-
Fancv Equabs for dinner parties or dicate.
rMn of mv Lord or of my ooy.
Te questioned our right to inter-fe-t
witli their work." said one pas-to-
Thf dexil will question antnni?
Ch-.-ti.'-'s do," said Mr. Mcfetravics
Mi travick stated that a mem-
Ve- (if ti.e Young W omen s Christi-n
e iation board of directors had tol3
hi i the board knew nothing of tie
1-. n,- until after it was gien.
rrc n itioiial organization must
s'nr' -cpontible for the acts of Iw
arenc and appointees." "-aid Mr. Owet
w as there much else done at the
cafeteria that night besides dancing?
nM.iir.fi nne minister.
Eaih of tne psstors denied having
nv first hand Knowieage ot ine ai-
on an occasion of unusual interest.
A birth of public interest will at
: tract attention when the winter is be
ginning. I Philadelphia comes under a rule that
indicates sensational events
j There is a good sign for per-on-t
who beloncr in the west. This mav
mean prosperity to Call Torn lans and
ether residents on the Pacific coast.
Persons whose birthdate it is should
be exceedingly circumspect in the
coming year. They should not specu
late or spend money.
Children born on this day are likely
to be rifted. Industrious and resource
ful, but they may meet with obstacles.
A girl may marry a man who drinks
too much Copyright. 11. by the Mc
Ciure Newspaper Syndicate.
J. P. Bean has worked 49 years la New
York withoat a vacation.
k.nnnpis. Central Market ttormeny .
-'Ardoiusi. A Milton Robinson prop, j
Phone SCO-sol. AdV. '
The United States Is now Independent of t
tne jsvropeaa supply ox antes.
Jlexicnn rent collections. Lee Newman 1 Special Fried chicken dinner. 5e. Wednes--Adv
day. Saturday. Itolton'9. N. SUntoa.-Adv.
When and Where El Pasoans May Worship Sunday
O. J. Wade
ii e! s o&i
SOI Montana street
c"t KI Paso Rev. C. H. Riddle
2315 Alameda. I 4H1X 0B! S eel
-,ri- Rev. J. F. Williams. D. D.
soi Magoffin Avenue. i 3 J
n.snil Park ...Rev. 1 N Langston
nicota and Gold. ' 3 4i!
Grandview Mission. Rev. S- U Holloway ,3p.m.
111 00 S Mi
11 Ml 7 4S!
Campbell and Myrtle.
Sacred Heart Rev
(12 S. Oregon.
B. C Perez
Rev. F. Roy
If. Isagulrre J
8t Ignatius Rev.
rrrtracH OF THE .VAZAREX-
Rev. I. Athans (Mexican) '10 0111 30! 7 301
715 South Oregon street. I
Austin Park Rev. J. H. Allen I
JC01 Montana street. I 8
First Rer. Ferry J. Rice I
Evangelical Lutheran I I 1 1
Rev. Carl L, SchmH I I f I
1109 San Antonio. 9 45116 30
St. Paul's English Lutheran i
Rer. A. C. Harris ; 3 M'll Ml S Ml
Montana and Ange streets. I I I I
iiETHODIST EPISCOPAL I I I I
A,,rI5rta Rev- C K- CamPe I 3 15U Ml 7 3
2315 xiUeCO. Ill
Ba--ta.a?"'0 ReT" tt p- Bond I18 0U1 OW w'l
502 xviveru till
"" ; Rev. Herrran G. Porter I '
Montana and Lee. I 9 4 1 1 Mil nai
Highland Park Rev. c K. Campbell ' i" 8
Federal and Dakota. i icjii Ml J
Mes-a.- K"- , J
AITtilr,a -VV Re'- W. a Bafcer I I I
i.ast EI Paso Rev. A. A. Davis I I
Alameda and Poplar. 19 90H1 o 7 Mi
Frst Rev. Charles L. Overstreet ! I ! I
Boulevard and Stanton. 3 30 10 15' f
Wefctnilnster Rev. W. M. Fairley I'll
Florence and Rio Grande. 1 9 45,11 00, S 00
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Church of Christ Rev. J. W. Dunn ! I I I
Cor. Montana and Rayner streets. 10 OO'll 00 8 001
IfW PI in' iS " fir H l Swo
if Gl & ff 8 iS 4r&Tl-
26 Extra Features
73 New Conception
7 New-Type Bodies
S1325 f. o. b. Racine
For Touring: Car
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One Winter Car The Coupe
My Scientific Car
A Statement by John W. Bate, the Efficiency Expert
The First He Has Ever Signed r'
The latest Mitchell, in every
detail, typifies my ideals of
I have never said that before.
Yet I have devoted 13 years to
this car. I have made some 700
improvements. And this is my
We have all kept silent on my
objects until my work was done.
Efficiency is This:
'Efficiency means doing things
in the best way possible.
In the factoryit means economy.
It means minute-saving at every
point. It means right arrange
ment. It means trained men. It
means machines to perform each
operation in the quickest way.
We have that now. The
Mitchell plant is the model of
We have worked out here a
factory saving of at least 50 per
cent. A car like the Mitchell, in
most modern plants, would cost
the maker at least one-fifth more
I consider that efficiency also
means a car built to last a lifetime.
A car's life is affected by use and
abuse. But seven cars of my build
ing have already averaged 175,000
miles each. That's over 30 years
of ordinary service. One has
already run 218,000 miles.
That is due to my policy of
giving every part at least 50 per
cent over-strength. To do that,
and get lightness, I use much
Chrome-Vanadium steel. I use
more drop forgings, more steel
stampings than any other maker,
I believe. There are 440 such
parts in the Mitchell. I use
almost no castings.
Took 55,000 Hours
I have devoted to this Mitchell
some 55,000 hours. For I work
both night and dav. I have
durance and for economy. I
know that able engineers look for
a car of this kind, because so
many buy the Mitchell. And I
believe that all men, when they
know the facts, will demand
This year our artists have de
signed seven types of new-style
luxury bodies. Before they did.
so, I had them examine 257 new
models, European and American,
So not an attraction is missed not
a dainty touch, not anew idea.
There are two all-season models
worn out fifty cars in comparing; theTourine Sedan and the Cab
noiet. I here are two winter cars
the Limousine and Coupe.
There are open cars, and a top
AH the beauties and luxuries
known to body-building are com
bined in these new models. They
are exhibition cars.
one idea with another. Jiach
part has been tested in every
known way before I adopted a
Now, by watching materials, by
endless tests and inspections, we
keep every part to that standard.
When I drive a car I want it
built as I build it. I want it for
safety's sake, for the sake of en-
3-passenger Roadster, $1325
5.passenger Touring Car, SI325
7-passenger Touring Car, $1360
EgtiFr wttt SranaUbJa Top ealr. $30 XxUt
3-possenger Cabriolet, $1775
4-passenger Coupe. $1850
7-passenger Springfield Sedan, 519S5
7-passenger Limousine, $2650
AH prices I. o. b. Racmc
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These new models contain 26 extra
features things that other cars omit.
Our factory savings pay for all of them.
Our luxury bodies contain a score of
touches which you do not find else
where. That is my idea of efficiency to
make the Mitchell, in every detail, typify
the utmost in a car. I believe that
every man who knows and every
woman will say that I have done so.
r .TBN W. BATE-
MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, Inc., Racine, Wis., U. S. A,
EL PASO AUTO SALES CO.
Distributors for West Texas, Southern New Mexico and Southeastern Arizona.
Phone 6666 114-116 N. Kansas St. El Paso, Tex.
UB VLKIl Write for Our Proposition.
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YEARS Ago Today
From The Herald of ThU
Date. 10 Or.
ins: and k.ij I .ulured paper for dis
play Frank Power? e( hlef of Hie Kl ra-o
fire dt-partment. and a well known
contractor, is ba k from a three months
trip over the count-v and n-ports thing
680 North Oreson.
cnRis-nw scie'nce cnuncn
, Iirst Kfad'l " T. Shirlej
TOVGREC ITION XI.
F1rf Rev Miles Hanson
U !! . i, .J l:io Giandc
' 9 SO'll 60,
1 0" 11 01
u.ici'1'H BAI AOVEJiTIST 1 I I
A .!..... 1 S-1 t- V. . n .. 1.. ..1... '.
u,ssi uujco ...riev. jn- ru .rrocior io vvill OBJ
corner nouiion ana Westminster.
Salvation Army Hall ..
Adj T.one In command.
-U South Oregon.
chiuch of jests cnniST
(of Latter Day Saints)
s-an i-ranrisco St Odd Fellows" hall) I
' - n-v ir ty. ti
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LANS are under -way by local
union men to thoroughly organise j
every branch of labor in El Paso '
and in time make it one of the strong- '
est labor anion cities in the entire
country. Among the new unions re
cently organized in the city are the
barbers and the cooks and waiters, em
ployed in all of the prominent restau
rants of the city. Charles Lee is at
the head of the organisation work.
John Sneed. clerk of the recorder's
court, returned last evening: from a
trip to his old home in Memphis.
Miss Nancy Baird. daughter of J. A.
Balrd. the well known catt!e.nan left
this morning for her father's ranch in
F. W. Brown, manager of the Finni-gan-Brown
Co.. hide buyers of this city,
left today on a business trip through
New Mexico and Arizona.
Local Rock Island railway officials
made the announcement today that the
new Iawson railway from Tucumcari
to Dawson would le opened for busi
The numbers for the new police hel
mets arrived today and are being dis
tributed by ihicf James White Clubs
have also been ordered and will be
hern within a short time.
W. L. Gould, general organizer and
president of the Order of Railway
Clerks, who is organizing the clerks
tn this cit. announces that the first
meeting will be held tomorrow night.
That there will be no registration
for the fall election is now a certain ti.
County commissioner A. Courchesne is
heartily In favor of registration but
the other commissioners do not agree
A large force of men are at present
employed on the construction of the
new freight depot at Franklin and
Ochoa street The l.uiljlns will -.tand
east and we-t tnd will he on th. north
snle of the track
The Mel an pupulilU'i "f tin ity
and Juarez Is engaged In enthusiastic
relebration of the nat'onal Mtxvai.
linlM.i Ti ' hi Tt uita- ev-M famib
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HAS SCALP TROUBLE
MADE YOU BALD?
Use Cuticura and Your Hair Will
Grow as Mr. Middlebrooks' Did.
"I noticed an itching sensation on my
scalp and my scalp became co ered with
tiny red pimples. The pimples itched so
Daaiy mat i couia naraiy
r est, and 1 scratched them
and they festered. My
hair began to fall out
gradually, and attunes in
bunches, and it became
thin, lifeless, and dry until
the whole top of toy head
was almost bald.
"I tried various reme
dies, but none seemed to give anv relief.
Then I pot a free sample of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment and after the first
application the itching sensation ceased.
I bought more, and after using about
three cakes of Cuticura Soap and two
boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was en
tirely healed, and my hair is growing
nicely." (Signed) J. R. Middlebrooks,
Mayrield, Ga., March S, 1916.
In punty, delicate medication, and
refreshing fragrance, Cuticura S-ap
and Ointment meet with the appn al f
the mi'-t discnn.matnv Cut'CjraS 'ap
is ideal f..r err-dav toilet u.sc
For Trial Free by Return Mail ad
dress post-carr!- "Cntienra, Dpt. H.
Boston." Sold thnvih. t i.
Season $5 Tickets
On sale as usual until
Daily Train Service.
Cloudcroft Is Especially Beautiful
Gen. Pass. Agent.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
EstsiHshed April. IIH. Capital. Surplus and Profits. J200.00I.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
Sr.'TO(r?rIr?iI,?ldeSi: a N SASSErI' " President
JOSLPH MAGOFFIN. Vice Pres. GEO. I. FLORT, Cashier
I J- QTLE3RIST, Asst. Cashier.
:01 S El Pa, S ieet
EL PASO EXCHANGE SYSTEM
Mencaa Mcjey Bought aud Sold.
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