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EL PASO HEEA1D
!Week-End Edition, September 16-17, 1916.
1 5 STATES AFTER TROPHY GUP;
CM MPETIT1 KEEN
International Building at Soil Products Exposition to
House Finest State Exhibits Ever Shown Canada
Coming With Display of Resources $2500 in
Prizes Offered Dry Farmers to Have Section.
Products same basis as the western states for the
T11T TntArnadAnal -finl!
T exposition ..'. .- Ma-d under j"' -.ZZ"V2?aalem-
-"- manat-cm' nt 'f the Interna-
All arrangements have been corn -pleted
by the local committees for the
coming of the delegations from Col i -rado.
Arizona and the east to El Paso
yigm in e
Mining Institute Delegates ! Mayor Lea Favors Him As
To Be Guests of City for ! His Successor; Would Stop
Major Tom r.ea favors Charles Davis
.1- his sii cessor an In Increasing the
Hilary of the mayor to $ I.SAO a year
and the salaries of the councilmen to
-I Farm congiess. is annually the
v "1 a content of western states in
. !i the ki enest. though entirely
i rllv. rivalry is displayed.
the 11th annual exposition, which
'. I.e held in El l'aso. Oct. 14-34. this
' - promises in pe e en muic .....-
Sntlatchean to Show.
Most notable of the provincial com- , Sunday morning early.
pernors in Saskatchewan. This prov- , deiea.tes will arrive later in the mint
ince has lone been active in both con- --t-i .,; i. .1.,
. -. ..j .r.mr, ar.j it i h.r that . ing and a special train carrying tl..
Sunday of the American Institute of . JJOOO each enr. lie made this an-
Mning Engineers. I retirement Saturday morning and re- J
The Colorado delegation will ar-iva 1 ;, prated his statement that he wouM
the Arizona 1 .,,,t -IC a .and. date for reelection.
If I tan leave my successor, as a
tress and exposition, and it is here that .'
heritage, a salary fixed by the city at
I. I I'
the pioneers of the plow in western
':.nada have made their besi progress.
Saxkatechewan has been a regular ex
hibitor for a number of years and her
.'isplajs have always been of a most
. reditahle character. This year's dis-
.ind the nwlry of the states . pia will be accompanied and installed
,r. narked than at anv time 111 . " - inonwon, wee ana ,
10 y. art. Already 1 states
. ranged for space in the great
- ite and international building.
' is being erected on Leon street,
.-ff ?an Frnr.ciseo.
S2.MI0 In Prizes.
-s an incentive to the commonwealths
"le west to display their agr!cul-
i-.dustrial ana Kindred resources.
cut K25U0 in cash prizes and trophi
es Jiave been offered for the three
ing states alone, it is not only ior
..mimssioner tor tne provincial uepan-
lr.ent of agriculture. Most of the ma- j
terial is already gathered and ready
lor shipment. w Mr. Thomson advises.
In the interstate building also will be
housed the display of the dominion
government, occupying 80 running feet
of space. Mexicu will also be repre
sented with a comprehensive showing
ot her apri ultural. mineral and indue- 1
Stnte and County Hxhlbil
The men in charge of the various J
eastern and middle western delegates . .,,me figure approximately commensu-
JeUnd"'!'40 " m' VeI ,he ROk j rate "" th" "" rendered, and
The delegates will be met here bv ..il sfni.-t for the fire and police
the committee, of which V. V Rose ! departments. I will feel that my term
and William D. Gordon are at the head. as iiniinr ins had some benefit ial re
They will be taken for a ride over the 1 miIie for the city's future." said ina;or
citv. to Jiinrft the arm-. amos and . I.ea. "I think the mayor should get at
fort, to the El Paso smelter and to 1 least Jisou a year and the councilman
! other places of interest near El Pass, j.'nii a month When It is considered
At oclocK a dinner win oe given that capable business men are giving
Herald readers are offered the ad
antagea of its new Shopping Service
and Information Bureau. Miss Peggy
will purchase for you free of charge
any article mentioned in her columns
or elsewhere in The Herald and will
gladly give you any information re
garding theaters, hotels, shops, rail
roads mentioned below. If you wish
to use this service phone, wire, or write
Miss Peggy, care EI Paso Herald tele
There Is No Charge To Either Customers or
Advertisers For This Service
for the delegates at the Toltec club j practically their whole time to the
city s business, wnicn is Digger man
and the snecial train will leave
10:20 p. m. Sunday night for Santa
Rita, N. M.
What a say. happy, thrilling week 1 Tiny silver roses decorated the shonl-1 where it was. An odd thing about it (
thii has been: So many parties, dances, j der straps and they only used 29 I that all the shopping is done by tele
n.otor rides and een a trip to la pins! Both Mr. Twjman and Mr. Fos- 1 phone. Phones are ringing every min
Vu'.s win I really was afraifl I sett were in evemns clothes and after ute. and they will call out a number.
wasn t goin " find a minute to write j the costume had been finished Miss j Then a chauffeur runs up and sas.
to you. But I have so many interesting Evans was handed an evening cloak "Where toT He la told, and the way
things to tell you this time it wouldn't j and hat and was escorted from the i he goes. In Just five minutes I counted
be fair to keep them all to myself. ! stage by them. six machines "on the way" to "some-
Especially after the splendid letters I j This same feature caused a furore in j where in El Paso "
have received from those who read my the display managers' convention in ' I almost forgjt to tell ou all this
story last nick. I enjoyed each one I Chicago, where it was staged at the , happened at the i'itv service con.panv
verv much and. please, don't hesitate to j fashion show In the Bismarck Uardens. . I asked Mr. Camp, the manager if
writ. to me at an time. 1 was very mucr. sunns.-u wnen 1 ne wa aimpiy inmc o ceieoraie nn.
Fashion sbotv Vaudetillc. I heard there had been no rehearsal, for
When I heard the management of the ; it was carried through without a hitch
ARE GOVERNMENT HILL'S
SCHOOLS CITY OR COUNTY?
"Venetian Maid" at the Texas Grand , the stage was darkened just at the
theater had asked the Popular Dry j right moment and the spot light flashed
Cooris company to give another Fashion I on at the right place. I saw a similar
.. !. h.iin. within ii Hnrrfers ' Show at the matinee performance ! act at the San Fran, isco exposition
I think the people Should De Willing I muraiay autra, 1 uurneu wjr ami . ... ua u'K "
IV Binut ki.t ..ti wb.....-". o--- . - -- t. -
( An interesting question as to the
status of the county s new school on
.. . j. Li.i, 1 ijovernxneni xini ass w'-ii ioum
u,' ) i"j iii ju: annexation bv the city Thurs-
to be shown at the exposition having lrge section of Government
completed the more important details j"-,, Includ!ne the Concordia school
" .":" ""'" "" ""- " ,"-.""." district. The law is mat no scnooi
marking 1111&1 arraiiKeiueou, lui men Tofrict
Charles McCaffree. commissioner of um Winkler, the county superlnt
immigration for South Dakota, writes dent, has written to the state super-
c rr xes offered, however, that these
t 'Si ompete. This event has become
standard of agricultural exposi
t .. and the credit and recognition
v. 1 ' attaches to winning of premiums
w h 't annuallv offers is considerable
s -. i.h sought after. The magnifi
- - '.r trophv enp offered for the
T . . -j T-rtviTi, i.il or national dlS-
r s more highly esteemed than all j the secretai v of the Farm congress and j inteiident for instructions about it.
r -. being the premier offering of I exposition asking that a room be re-I Miss Winkler recently provided a new
t nert served for him from October i to 2a. I school house ror tne uovernmem n:n
- 'ate of Kansas was the w.'.nerj Mmlh Ilukotn Coming. 1 rsident. renting a bungalow on
of t is trophv la-t sear in one 01 the This display will be stayed by Mr.) Hueco street.
st contests in the historv of the I McCaffree , cooperation with lr. A. I As the Government Hill section Is
a.' s.i. on Kansas scored a "total of j -. Hume, agronomist. South Dakota j now a part of the city, the question
t 1 7 ints as against 313 for Nebraska. I agricultural experiment station located , is whether hp s""'? .'"..nervision
- dii'i for Oklahoma. at Brookings. It will occupy about 60 are under city or county superv lsion.
Many Mates to Compete. 'feet in the interstate and international .,,,
Tl .se states will all compete at El building, and it is sure to be one of the J. W. COLL rLALfcU Ull 1K1AL,
T .so and. in addition, there will be dis- riot attractive exhibits in the building, j . - pcciil T OP I ARflR T)AY RIOT
ars from Arizona, New Mexico. Colo- Mr McCaffree and Dr. Hume are both Ab KtSUM Uf LADUM UAl IUUI
dc. South Dakota. Washington. Ore- veteran evhibitors. having staged ex- j j -w cole was placed on trial Sat
frr, .'alifornl8, Wyoming. Ctah. Ne- j h:bits similar to the one planned for El I urdav morning in the county court be
i Ijl. North Dakota and probably three 1 l'aso. at a number of past soil products j fore 'judze Adrian Pool on a charge of
f ur others for which definite reser- 1 expositions and other events. The unlawful assembly. Cole's is the first
Abolish Political Feuds.
Another thing which El Paso must
Somehow I knew it would be better
than the last, although at the time
I saw it. that didn t seem possible.
its location and resources justify. Is
to abolish bitter partisanship in poli
tics. There is nothing so detrimental
to a city's welfare as the feuds of the j
professional politicians. i
"All the business neonle of El Paso 1
k..ii h. rorinced in extent ana mos. wno are inieresiea in mil- , of the store, must have sat UP nights
disposal at El Paso, and are asking j wniie there is an outstanding bri-1 ( ln a really up-to-date city here should ' planning the spectacle, for every de-
tnat notel reservations ne made ior . ,,,.. lt 1 omiune iu viioiiuaLc as mu-u u
LUU1BCWB tlHA IUCII aBDIDktL UUI 111
the exposition period.
do if it is to become as large a city as What a triumph for this fine store
uccause ine invuauon (O give soouter
Fashion Festival was a public as
knowledgement of the supremacy of the
Popular Dry Goods in the fashion field
of the southwest.
J. Arthur Tobias, publicity manager
1 ico.,,, " ,-,( it i combine to eliminate as mucn as pos-
i The oJncordi'a school district has j slble the political welfares which have
! $6S.00 in outstanding bonds, and Hiss i endangered our progress.
Mvra Winkler, the county superinten- . ' I am not a candidate for reelection.
xaM"Ti of space has not yet been maae.
Manv of these exhibits will show not
c .v products of the sou. but charts
-. d data setting forth in detail the
;v.0(5s by which each specimen was
' '. uced.
Hmnmw-n4m TV- Fnrniinfr Seetlon.
Tc drr farming sections of the ceedingly Interesting.
' iti-d States have been only roughly
showing made for their state by these I case to be tried as a result of the
n-en at Denver was remarkable, both ' street car riots on labor day.
fro-ri the standpoint of educational j Seven new complaints were filed by
value and artistic arrangement of ma-i the county attorney Wednesday
terial The charts, records, photos of I against the alleged participants in the
growinsr crors and general data mm. I riAta A motion for severance of the
. cerning the products shown were ex- I trials was granted by judge Pool. Fjur
i 01 tne seven coses nic ucru uwmiBt
I on motion of the county attorney. Cole
ed The Dry Farming congress, f ' War 1 pfvrnnc Will
s not deflmtelv fixed these' -''" r ' "l-lu"'' ' "
Be Honored By Spanish
has not deflmtel
its. But for the purpose of the expo-
- -...n. ail the area west of the loth
-r.dian and any section east of that
eridian having an annual precipita
' '-. of less than 25 inches, has been ',
ij-Sed as dry farming territory.
Y separate premium list, open to .
"-.petition by products from this ter
nv. has been prepared The rules
. .E-ning this section are strict, and I
e 'e8igiied to protect tne arv xarmea
--oducts from unfair competition by
. igated products, or those grown in
t e humid sections. Entries in this
. .ss are also eligible to entry in the
C anailians Come In for Prltes.
ft .s in the dry farm section that the
vliao farmer comes in for the lion's
.. of prixes. The Canadian sheaf
-r.t -.s are always oriie winners, and
hev are far from without the premium
-i.me-v tm threshed srrain classes. The
' ropct tion from Canada promises to members of the U. S. W. "
.e ver . renounced this year. Many
i dividual entries are filed alread.
hce will be exhibits by several dis-
'leis and agn ultural so- ieties. and the
v esfern provinces will compete on the
j was agreed upon as the first man to
! face trial.
Two men besides Cole remain to be
J tried. They are C C. Smith and A. J.
War Veteran at Rio Fnh cashed as"1 e. i. uon. sam cji-
rr ui v CitlUllS Ut Dl I UlT I ;jns H Canfield and P. T. Carmody.
hut I believe that Charles Davis would
N a pood man far the place. Mr.
DaviF is efficient and public spirited,
and his election would do much to
ward ndiug factional bitterness."
BANKERS TO ATTEND
KANSAS CITY CONVENTION
A large delegation of El Paso bank
ers is planning to attend the national
convention of the American Bankers
association to be held in Kansas City,
Mo . a week from next Tuesday. Among
those w ho probably will make the trip
are James G. MoNary, president of the
First -National bank. A. F Kerr, vice
president of the El Paso Bank and
tail from the ascending curtain to the
Kiddie Have Their Inning.
And now for tne kiddie.-! How every
woman in the audience must have en
joyed that exhibition. The most be
witching styles have been made for
children, misses, intermediate, and
juniors. Thursday, when little Miss
Peggy McKeel she couldn't have been
more than four toddled on to the stage
I immediately began to see all kinds of
possibilities for the social future of
El Paso. I'm sure there wasn't a heart
In the Texas Grand theater that wasn't
hers. Later little Miss Barbara Wallace.
sigh of complete satisfaction from the i little Helen Quigley and Lucille Cren-
happy audience as the last scene was
shut away from view, bespoke of in
finite patience and understanding.
There wasn't a dull moment or a repe
tition of any frock or gown shown at
the previous exhibition Mrs. Bottorff
assistant manager of the ready-to-wear
department, assisted Mr. Tobias.
Peggy Get Nurprlse.
You must forgive me when I tell you
I rubbed my eyes and looked a couple
of times when a man dressed in eve
ning clothes, wearing a handsome In
verness stepped out on the stage. The
cape was thrown gracefully back over
one shoulder and the white satin lining
made a striking effect against the som
ber hue of his dress suit. I looked
again he carried a cane in one hand
and in the other, one of the new French
Trust company: George D. Flory. . tapering si:k hats. Of course I could
cashier of the state National bank: Hal
K. Christie, cashier of the Texas Bank
and Trust company; W. Cooley, presi
dent of the Rio Grande Valley Bank
and Trust company, and W. Lc Gaines,
vice president of the Security Trust
Smith Witham. teller of the Rio
Grande Valley Bank and Trust corn-
hardly beliee my eyes and. right here.
in r.i r-aso. too men I sighed and set
tled down for a bunch of surprises be
cause it was none other than Mr. Tobias
He made a friendly little address or
in words of the theatrical world
"opened the show." for after all that
what it was. a vaudeville nerform.
pane, is planning to attend the session ' ance and a ery high class one at that.
shaw wore adorable frocks, party
dresses, sweater suits, coats and other
things which wUl be the proper thing
for kiddies this winter.
I have written this in detail for the
benefit of those who didn't have an op
portunity to see the Popular's two
fashion shows those who did see them
account of mv visit lie informed ra
that what I saw- was "only regular
business." After I had watched ti e
"where to?" brigade. Mr. Camp then
showed me two of the loveliest limou
sines I ever saw. These are for bridal
and social occasions and I knu-s- a' v
bride could bo happv while she is rid
ing in a City Service Limousine, any
way. But there I almost forgot to teTt -ro-j
about Mr. Camp's "Big Idea." He cailed
it a "Big Idea." and I think it 13. It
seems that the City Service company
has induced the Cnion station people to
install a big Information Spa.ce con
veniently located in the Union Station.
Mr. Camp has offered the chamber of
commerce full cooperation and will dis
tribute without a cent of cost, literati. re
of all kinds at the Union station T"se
only thing that seemed to worrv li -n
was that he mig-it rot get ir in.
stalled before the Soils roducts expo
sition here in October I promised h-n
I would see Mr. Martin at the union
depot. Mr. orndorff of the chamber of
1 '-mmerce. and whoever else is ho'dig
tht "Big Idea" back. However. ' ret .
think The Herald family is the im
portant one to tell about it. so let s 1'!
won't forget them and if there is anv-
thing more ou would like to know ' L'et busy on a really, truly informal
about the hats, gowns and furs shown cureau ai me union station.
just write to me and I'll he siad to tell j
JOU. I V nEFl'KEL-S STORY OF RIS
EC1PE FROM UCXUO
Just as we rounded a curve bullet
beiian to fly around ns like hail I
to me the other dav. "there's a live, new 1 : '',," v" n """, "" m"usn "" ""
AX INDUSTRY WHICH PROTECTS
imvi.Tii OP the iwnir.MTt'
"Peggy." said one of my new friends
industrv growing up in this town and ,hix , Ke,ttlng: 'u a,ive ,wua r'
you haven't even paid anv attention to i 'hwr, 't '"rot,,e -P---6o I let her
it when writmg vour letters to The 7 " , .?H , ""'.i"1 . mounta n
HeraM renders" f0-"' "" '' holding in a llt'Ie
"It's a flv trap manufactory"
"What." I said scornfully "a who'.e
building devoted to the exclusive m?nu-
I r.f allies IT . m att.. ...,.
course I was very muc h concerned. ' f; ' V p . ,,: ; '- ' ,7 '.T.1 V"'-"
von can't imagine what I found ": .-".)", oci.icl nil me c
industrv to beat first I couldn't , 'InT nnT.V.T'''' the rar "'
whether I waa heirxr -snooted" or , '' cl"e nnd' elieve me- " ea
" ' 1 migmy close. The man 'eaned forw
of the American Banking Institute at !
Cincinnati next week and probably will
stop over at Kansas City on his return
west to attend the convention fo the
UNTIL TUESDAY; NO REPORT
- 1- - i j -- 1 umi. i -vi fii a irtiiiii vi:
.' .k TT'JT : , iVoks smAV,; aac.,: , vti...ay. j GRAND JURY TAKES RECESS
.. . . ,, . . .. w. ... .. j Fire, discovered at r ociock Satur-
ar ecerans. nis acceptea tne ap- . ,;v afternoon in the basement or a
night, in the exposition grounds, win 1 September 1:. 191 at 8 ociock p. m. tned September
arnouncement. And across the stare Jst take vou out there and I guess
the head corsetierre of the Popular Drv ' J"00 believe it when you see it
Goods company walked with slow easy "" climbed Into a machine and
grace, looking not only lovely but verv drove out to the Scott-Fulton Manufac
distinguished In a black' dinner rnrn ! turing companv. The first thing I saw
bv Joseph The foundation was of b!.-ck ' was a 'onc adobe building and then I
r pounding and tnware
entered the door I
aware o a well ar
1.1 h's 1 hair and talked with a deep
thrill in his voice. His tan cheeks
luhe(1 ani his deeo b:ue eyes shone
r.r-Ker-iT in rko. ... . ..
facture of fly traps-! can't believe It,; , ,7-""' " i ""T, '- "" wa
ti. i another hundred miles to travel
'Madame Tobias." This was the first ! "Alright." said my new friend. "I'll
not oniv lovelv but verv c" "" l" ic w-r un.-u
n a blAck dinner gown i tIlrin8 companv. The first thi
fonidmion - e K1..1. ' was a long adobe building ai
1 essan.ne an.! the black net draperies , "earn an Kimi- or p
v. ere relieve,! .th ciuantit.es of opales- rattling. When we
. nt bead r iv.-r-mss aid fur she had ' was min-edntelv a-
iiiroun me mountains .n.H tliAn v.nn
dred through the sand before we could
draw an easy breath " His hands
moved restlessly as he continued. ' Xext
to the fear of the narrow places T was
.-.iu ucinei would puncture a tire
a rim meant nothing to us
aii e for life, bat .t would cut dowa
Of chairman of the ye'erans Juilding on ".f',",'L . The grand jury re.-e.sed Saturday chosen a I.-r-.-.- I ,ok v. Iv-et hat bv the 1 r3"" 'J-"""- There were rows of j ,,tpe, ,'!.,.;" 'It,, ',-" ?Pn'r.s
: tne exposition on uctooer ;.;. ' 1 mnc.jcv. .,..0 .. 'j: , ,fj i '"""- unm n--.i luia; ai .v same v.,..,.r !.,,, who knowing i oencnes tne w noie lengtn ot tne buna- tine- , ... ...... -' "- fcc'--
is alreadv include the joining of j much damage wa done The "'""-, 1 . . in . v. hen -ts inve-tigations will ne jv . ... ,..0 ,.,., d'e, oralon Ka "eVita- I ,n anrt at 'a'n "nch th?r'' v "a" ' ' Thee was hr,n ,
Army and Confederate Veterans 1 ' as a warh"'v1 v ,h,? mP"-' ; resun.. d. No report ha yet been made. t,e bruh of white aig-ette-Midam- or bov bu"I-, ": '" cutting cor- , nl n '!,., en b.cte? b" i;t,.moon that
.orary members of the U. S, W. j department of the army. ".case of C he, r, V. ..,,, why irg Tobias rel.eve,, .he black -shoulder : , ""' '! !M1b, the t,n straps ; ,h'!. . jnf :" h-.1 h "?:
and their cooperation in making x-.i,, . "V ." . '. a"'.. VT ?.' S? k ' ".nP9 "h a "applet of ermine. She car- ?nn 8c?n .n"- or so"" r'!"? ' I feet ,h-,J of the ca; ,,V. "" , '"a
day one of the real events of the ; memDer, of the V m f)a M Jacks.rn ,n the I4th dls'- TiV a. muff r'f th' "? "' And with IonV "P8. ,l.-5" n."v .. . And st .-t:,oe canvonsTnH "o., ?- ' -
ribands will he in the street . "22" i JT &Zr&& on S '--of 0T aVe! ! KSS i thW "-12- --- P
e that is being arranged and. at ta ' soecial meeting on Tuesday. I . ,-harre or criminal assault, will be I " "erneatn tne broad black xeivet brim. "'. "...erenc pans. 1 learned tnis trap slowed down for , ,.., . ".T'T'.r
26. and William uay- 1 - - "" '"-iiii cosiume imi 1 ,.T - "" -v'' e were takine- it a ...
be held the ceremony of making the , -tinn will be taken on placing a spe- . ton. who was indicted on the same
threshed grain classes. The I Grand Army and Confederate Veterans 1 cjai assessment on cards to raise a de- iharge, will be tried September 17.
.. a 1 I A I . - M . - f II- 1 I a, a er-1 J I .. al fi ft
I lnse luna. i inr arawins -' juiy ftewu-ca w --
i ki- rtrnfr rti iiif i.iiiuii.
J Cold win. Pies.. S. Potter. Secy. Adv.
SLED FOR imntlCE.
Mrs Florence Huehes filed suit In
district court Saturday against Dav id j
uzhes. seeking a divorce.
three cases was started Saturday
morning in judge Jackson's court.
of rallm-ay requires 2Te ton
5 ft reSf. Sr
j& r m& is
aaatSJ 3 (2iss m m s m -
ABANDONS FORD AND TAKES
HUP FROM VALLEY RANCH
An abandoned Ford roadster Is the
only clue officers have to the theft of
a H immobile touring car from in front
of the ranch home of J. B. Irving, near
! Sierra Blanca Friday night.
i Drivine- ud in the Ford the thieves
I Fulton companv can afford to be the t band of Ilex JL
largest exclusive manufacturers of fly ! Mnd roVks irhfn, J1iw
, traps in the United States. ? rl.. "8SL'"U' ,h
GlrU thlr ir-.i, v-.t.t- largest exclusie manufacturers of flv hij .. .-..'"' Jumpea trom be-
Mlss Bess Weher ...'..l vi.." ,t..,. I traps in the United States. ,.j . "Bnl ,n'". the center of the
Hamilton, both emplov,., of the popular ' Jmt "" an' othtT w'" ordered fac- tall ijm.H, s a ereat
Dry Goods ,-omp.,n-.. maile hZti -nr each man is a specialist in making n ' o,htpeJLen.d':Jl'r mountain, on
as did MNs Maud StaolesL ""a,n. parts and it was fascinating cooI.Im !, .. ... '?B. !eet
Rube Benson. Jov ". ".ow QU'cklV "ev turned out the n,, ,,.,t k 1 " '. ! ' "T'". Bv
Juanita I-. r:Ue.
as sitt 111
Fuller and Jessie Brown, of the mnaicai P'es that were in a few minutes set . the -tor. L.7 .-?"'. Ku nthr-illed in
ecmedv comnanv The.- , .. ' ! up Into traps. ,. .""' 'i"1 ' w
gowna. tailored" suits nd ..-- I The more I
and street frocks and furs and fur !t md m" ,hl
coats: I many thousanc
After Miss Weber ard Miss Hamilton ' ha'''''f been taking the subject of flies
..ju inc ins stage mere was a second ? " """"'" """-uki.
or expectancy and then audible "ohs" ! . ot on - are ther a nuisance and a
in mroutrn ine audience. Viiiinu v c. uui me-v arc a posiute u:inger.
abandoned It and took the Hnpmobile. Tobias had appeared again" This time ' to eitl"'r "at,i" or grownups. Some
! leaving the Ford in place of the more , in a voluminous ceri-e evening eloafc I how tboR 'h'X seem to have an
t powerful car ,..,.. , model by Premet. It is the most gorged Plal desire to spread dis?ase among
! .JiTinf,.7P'h.t"f.l.r'0e,,,0i '?!?. P I ave seen for ThTcomfng I !I ""'A ,-n";,.h"t7'.f ft'n a" l
' .. 1 . .. o.....-- ..., - jrason. and the bands of black ti . ." "" " nines 10 me presence of
watched them, the more , broXr 7'.S T? ,B1,SS- and U'at"m?
!.- sow- .11- isiaitaw ! 1 i n .I t(IC- HI Iflt? Ft g nl- .-a aaf K 1 .. 1 1 o L E I I
many thousand people who probably r?i.-i V Wltn. the other officers to a
haven't been taking the subject of flies i,.,.. 1 L" from Mexico
1..-.- j ii'img nsnt along with
him and when we tot t.. the .urve I
-Ym hen,innd rrabbM Roland'- han J
Just then the man sam -so 1 .,, .-
an effort Is being made to eaten tne . against the K-nn,... ,."., ..." " ., .
thievea The owner of the Ford car is .... "" 1 ..'.' " muroinni in
-" , i is I - -TTITs! IAI1 n4 . i I .,
Why. Just the other daj. my brother.
iUII.)OUr in, !,..... .
through the bandits. The,.- were shw,
ng at us from every s,d. you ,au s "
-tor,,".,' t ;J . hV ha!
a short cays ahe-l a- .. ."V,.1 "."
one. othrriu 1 "...7." ."" . "oerai
. ,. .. -"- - ouiciri L ne h
1 W i jjb
Time for our Inventory is approach us and we must get rid of the Odds
and Ends which have accumulated, some from the bankrupt stock ot tlie
El Paso Rubber Company, others that . t..k in trade for Ivelly-Spring-field
and Hartford Tires."
----- -... c-uiiii'ciifu ana n-pii mx- i
j ui .uu j Alane and Anne hat. with a turned ud K?iana ate mlih '" on of the camps
1 1 nrim ani is-vn- -.: , - -.1 triirrr me mPHK i-nr na-tn t run
l-HESIDEXTS SISTKK DIES, at a smart angle on the Mack velvel ! greened yet. and the flies were terri- , -Vi" Lfj?,'
ST. I.OI.-IS DATB CA.CRI.KD. ! frarte. topped the wrap and made a ' Mv thick I'm sure thev hadn't heard ' oli Va,? J?.' my car from Indiana?-
Tong Branch. X. J Sept. l.-On re- happy "tout ensemble" P aoo?t the Scott-Fulton fly trap-on the cause I had stuck..3 T"? of ,t be-
I oipt of the news that his sister. Mrs. Gowns by Foreign Creators j food. That night he was very sick and there .; i, l ' out so long down
! Howe, died early today at New Lon- I was just getting calmed down from ' ,hew'?,y.'","n .'S'l. mf the f"'s nad well 1 ve iJa? aI,,"-a',ty ami pow . -
don. president Wilson canceled an en- the stimnir effect of the cerise cloak i Probably infected his food. f. i ,, , ,old, J o-1 what "t l 1
j gagement to speak in St. Louis next when Madame Tobias who has scored' Tt seems ,n,'r' re ' traps and fly an hour on SI. "'? a,JOu US nu- -
' Wednesday. He is expected, however, manv hits in previous f-shion shows : trap8, ,,ut t1"" one' made th'"5 com- . ,. B,. ,h TO1m "f th,? roads tr-n, .
1 to go to Baltimore September 2 to or..-e more gave us an onDortunitv in ! rany. is the crowning success of them the hani'n. V. l ""''' faltered ,,-.-
.peak before the National Grain Deal- ,k upon a lovely -otnan,, a ove ? ' - ,Th' ar.' s? constructed that the delert sipuli" T? r ,hrouh "'
ers' association. The president w U c(wn , ,earned ,h t jd v' fly is lured to the cage by a bait and. I through VhaThii Tl,at enne ju.-t lJt
attend Mra.Howe funeral, which wi.l dnn had rreated tnel ifteTnoon InS ' 0'c' there- il cant Bet out' "a!' the I vacht on a m V '"1 1,ke a "--i
be held at Columbia. S. ,. ont of , -,, rIatfLern,"n 'V 1 border of the trap enfolds the fly in -ivk " f.,su.m m" '
'cria. :. .a.( . -- I " ! . til rn t . .. ...
Piensed with hr rr.-iti,.n k i.-. t naritnesa ana mere is last one way for ..- , . - -nia uu rv i
. . - -,. .j.... aiau iriuut-i- ..-. .,. . .". - -- li i'Uira.1 nna ..i - -
nsnen it with gold net. Out of the manv ! " lo go mar s straight up and Into i -v.. ',.,."1" o, lne onicers
in ported hats In ih r.n..i -. iZ i the trap. It is oerfect. so a number of i-, .... . . i i.
I ... t:. . T -mw icou, ... i.., ,
It Will Pav Y
is perfect, so a number of
Mme Tobias had chosen - m,,;, r-.lz I experts hne told me. and Tm sure since
model of gold lace, trimmed in seal. f i v isiting the factory and a number of
... cue world, and
goes for all time-
when I sav .t i .
1 do,, t care who a"cl
n. m. no-vi.nox is
.Tiuriinx AT ci.nni ium-:
Tl. B. Donaldson received a message
Friday that his father. B. M. Donald
son, had suffered a stroke of apoplexy
at Cleburne. Texas. The son has gone
to his father's bedside. The elder Mr.
Donaldson was formerly connected
ith the city.
' two niAnnKn ivitii having
PISTOLS I.N rosiKSSIOX.
I H. D. Hughes and John Binley were
i .irresxen uv uvuulv cieriixi. iiiusaj i.ui.i.k ufiuerK.f rn . : ine t.uv.rs tr ,KA .i ..m.iiu. w: v.vnn n.i try i.3 n.n.L. i . . . .
. r- .- : -. i T. v . ' .. . me . , . . - : .c-r as ne ieaneri hai-L- .. L
n a "atanion sxreev saioon vn a vm j i opuiar ry c.oo-is conj-.m have pur- I c.e. arc piavuia. iui au ue sia- j n lpi-T.rl - a cnair ar-d
ii-ntcDr-) t..t- irm-K. periectic. . ..nKo ...i. . sc ... .u.ru.uicu. .a made' pi.r.h.iin.n , ll4AS een
V Good NumlMT in Two Scenes. "sing them, that they are far superior. ... L... "",",, a,'J Saui the refugee.
The next number was in two scenes to anything which has been offered to , ret.-.B"', ' " S , " u Klliott-tiar.
and Miss Irene Black, a member of the at the fly so far. i0J",m-,IIw,' "":1el";.tanl they a-,,
cast of the Venetian Maid." was the ne of them placed outside your 0, 'o "thefrs ..',ne Non.U. ' sa d.
"leading ladv ." Her first appearance ""e" r will keep it free from flies ; ahont hl.vi" ' frs ' e !en think. up
rvmholized "Sunrise" she wore a soft. on a s,,n warm night when they like vtrrt.A ,,;.,.",! and you've con
clingy, crepe de chine 13ht gown a to nCK to the door nd swoop in when- wo'r,h .r,? chay TweH e is
daintv and elaborate sample of the al- I """" 't Is opened. The traps are upright , -i, ,' s my m"n-y In "
- i .. . "' ' -- -- k- kiA-M A- .. . 1 ,t sure is. was rh
i . tf nle.Al I.. .ThaIi. nAfminll. i i.ti...J J ..: . . , ... t hl uliinlrAn . rt rtr tti ). rtC ..... nU
01 u.iMf3 ,."" .i.i. i. h i..i. .v. .ucr cuaicjnc'i. in tne next j "" v...... ........ . ..- .-.. k.... . tllr
11 is surKca iiwi cue cwv ii.v.a, .sctiib sne was just gettlnsg ready for; ou nauc ... w mc i.uu.ry your-
Size Tire Tube.
30xJ J S.60 2.M
30x3 IL0 -e
32x3 fe 11.7s S-B
33x4 18.04 3.40
34x4 1S.M J.S
36x1 '': 2S.00 4.50
37x0 30.00 5.50
Other sizes in proportion.
These are perfect goods and
subject to usual guarantee.
J1.80 Goggles, now cue
J4.80 Tire Pumps W.00
J 1.00 Grey Repair Outfits.. i5c
31.06 Whiz Carbon Re
1.06 Whiz Metal Polish.. 40c
Hand Horns ?2.x
Tire Chains ooc
BTCL. BTC ETC.
Shock Absorbers, Patches, Keliners, Vul
canizers and well-known makes of Tires and
Tubes. Lay in your fall and winter stock
now. The quantity is limited and this sale
will last Only 10 Days so don't delay.
urvwii --- - -"--i --.- i T7-. fa-Mu nii-c BtriHifii i roiTi ner nntifinip 1 " j-- --... ,.n- ..... .-i ... naiia, i r.oi-tv.,.
... 1.1.1 .. vaaftAMJl 1 A - .. - -J --(.. .1.1... .!. . At.. L!.. -a.. ,. , K H'irilL lUVB nlris0.1 1 .. . -
4.n lomesxage :n a crepe ie chine Teddv u vf" ; wn iw "... v',aiI(n ! nas auit hmnu , I mucn " I
niir UttaH a
r,;7r'.v c"'m? "n my de-
. YvKsBsmi-IIntiahj-t fhalp -arTiaTwins1
mciii,. s.... - - i mi iu mc sWge :n a crepe i en ne Teddv ' u Vfl" c,u"' ' '" w ",c -'--' u"on i - as OIIIf-. h- . " ; r. ""n ana l
Monition: Notice la l.Tty .5tTe1n j a Xrw Kind of Chnrnv. ' inir- or to m and enclose a monev order ' USIilV?ff ?,y Jist and -found so manv
that there have been -seized In this col- I T wouJd n th next art th -r-- ' for .5 that's the regular price. i i.Pe" kind enough r- write. I n-
tlon district for violation of tlCtonfMtoTatultt j- " werel thrm all. too. in spi of the
Flt!d"SS aSSjES1 -fif'JS: - " wS? oonT we"?' ! "BCV HELPS 5KLBCT HOMBSITB 2$ V '" and'oS!
I inp described ""P""' ""- main responsible for its succeaa. First i 0 MOU.VIXOSIDB HEIOIITS
I tain unclaimed property remaining on I ..... . . ,:..".". r.,rsl "iiHn Mi -prr.- - ..1.1 . ...
T&jrjsszztt'ssusuz !? y--zz v xr-sf .v:j!j
der. for casn.
1 House. Friday
M. Any one claiming; the property
! X the T R Custom I "vals taken from the Topular .For k- f !ne on da- .? V1 rd " "
J- Oct 1V1. at -3 T I Ouite casually thev shpped out of these U story bont tne P'oe to buiW
cUUnVin-i thep?operty U I "nancinP- garments and stUxort SKT 5 1. Ha??ine.aJ,dJ.w"t '
This Stock Must IVIov
Regardless of Prices
ronnlrml to anoear within tne time . -" ' i.r nuns nueni .
prescribed by law. Seizures No 9731. , ? "" ' shimmcrlnK silk, dainty -"' " Slu-iZ
1 scarf. 9TJ7, 1 saddle, bridle and pair I '? . exouislte rose buds. Once more v .-5 J K.K,.d!
S. ZACK SILVERSPARRE, Manager.
Phone 274. 322 Texas St.
Now In Stock
1 saddle. 975";. 1 scarf 97S0. 1 table
cover. 9788. .10 packages cipurettei".
37S3. 1-0 cigarette holders 9784. -inroads,
etc. 97S. 1 lot drawn nrk
S783. 1 roll motion picture films. H77.
I zarane. 9500. 474 ounces silver bul
lion 980S. 1 lot feather millinery. 9810.
7 gallons alcohol. 9S1L. 4.4 ounces sn
s'. "80 ounces ilvt-r bullion. 9824
1 shrtwl. 9S-.T.. 1 lot drawn work. 9127.
1!17 ounces silver l.ullion. No . iSO
pk. riKarettes: 7. ' bottles- tequila: 1!.
1 saddle: 10. 1 saiMle. .1. 1 saddle; ;.'.
1 wool blanket: -1, l.i i. -'". la-e: -..;.
1 lot drawn work- 17. 1 blanket: r.
! lot lace work: -3. 141 ounces fcilvei
time we saw rour of the new winter
r.-rset mo.leisi Ji llertriKle Twvman
the stir ..f t'ie Popular' .- Fashion "?how:
i-.st T'n:rs'.. were a pink l.'-nrade.t silk
os-irrl. l.i. , fr-.:.' ?Iis.s M.irie Schaef-
nr was . !. -.1 n a .M.i.l.ime l.vra.
fashioned from Hie same silk from
drive out there with me today and
for ever since Mr.
company, showed the new site of Morn
incside Heights, I've ben anxious tn
see it jrrow into a fine large, exclusive !
The two main thoroughfares are be
inc ived now and one is almost fin
ished. I just closed mv nn a. w
tions in answer to their questions will
be of some use. I must hurry away
i'j! on' twon now to meet some
friends who are comins- rw. ; .
-.vhu-h airnlane wmirq nee n..A. -ui.- 'Tolled alone; over the smooth, finiani
9813. !"5 ounces silver Gertrmie Bei k's sh.-.pel form was well ' navemeut and imagined what a fine
17. 24 silk handkerchiefs. ' i.ortrae. in a pink silk Franco, and ' , r,ve " ,ou1'1 .b when each side is
Aliss i.nnan Kv-.iia show e.i ns what a ' ' ." unique nomes
Pink Mik American l,-..iv .-orset -would .I" s,?e ,ne Newman Inestment peo-
flf to ulir f..rins l-i exnlain.n the a.l. 1 p" ."'e decided to to put it on the
vn. I . ..rset. Mr. I ""-- '"' ""nies oniy. an.i those neo-
.1.. ...... .sn to nuiio inune.iiately can
r bu lots there, but those who want to .
.-.uaie yui ;.a-.e to fro elsewhere.;
And 1 in Klad because that is such a '
snlendid. healthful corner of El Paso '
that it should be sold for homes and not
; held bv money seekers until the lots I
jhaie been inflated to a prohibitive!
j price. .
1 I think W-P filnnil Ik. ...no. .1 : .. I
l-1"!;.,, .?: i.nn,.r 'a,"''--'''l - hich h..s i Pr been f P"' '" "' out the-e .-an be more so'
ant.ifs of thf
rohia.s hrouht forth rumiv of
pi.i li...- n n n-p -i:ii'M t n.ir nee cor
-fts were truer ri w .
1J j ears jj,u, a:.l lli
of the worM
i.o one would
bullion: 21. 26S ounces silver bullion; denv the fart that wom-n are more
31'. drawn work: 33, l! boxes face pow- . reautiful tfnla tlian thev were 12 vears
der; ZC. 1 let 1a e work: .. 1 Pce a flnH th lt -(:ft. ,. -f-t A
.:. ni. a.. . . i , 1 kl.t- Jl 1 I ' -" ------ . ... .....i, . .
smk. ..- i wi mifij . ". ' ....... -. . sponsible for 1; to i n
V?z:i ac" r ','.'" ..- V .:". . L'e llcMlel Ilrapcd.
f.-. IV. lace conar-. it. i i"ir ....-. -..-. . . ..,, ... , ,. r, -... ... .h,. .
Directory of firms
Popular Dry Goods Compan-.
Scott-Pulteii Manufacturing Ca
Newman laveetment company
rk- .1 degree.
47. one hhl. 'lltn.l liau'T.
Unclaimed nu r.-h.ird'se. ;. O. 44fl. 1
pk. silver me.U' . mk! S II P Care
W. F. C. G. O 48.1. i ;.k. F IL IL Cir-
ulars & tariffs. G . 537. n. I. 1 to
palm '.'-.if fan--.
ii -..; i: M
.. . -. Ithqn.l. A..k i l
ir'en nere i.eroi. wa-i eoniributei hy ' . ....-i ami nei we came
ti:e d.-plav in 1:1.11.-. s or the Popular . do"n town we went oer to the New
It.iMi.'.ml 1- Twiin.ui ai-.! Howard Jef- , n n '"'esinicui to:upaii-, aiid ude r
ferson Fossett. ' In 11 minutes thev . "mgements to buy it. I wish that I
dr.ip. cl upon a lixini-; model Miss Lillian I could ha - a home out there.
l:..ns an ewnin.: ir- a "f -trikm . .
I.-.1UU ,,nd . ..., -.le-e!.e- T!.- n lteri.ll f "It l-IH STITIOX I.
p- S When articl.-- are mentioned In
my column together w fi the prices and
places where they are :... -sale, such ref
erence 13 adverll-ir.:
The proprietors of the various - 3
invite me to come to their plac- 1 1
l.M tn mv own way about atti.. me
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