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Week-End Edition, May 19-20, 1917.
iiG- H. SHOP EMPLOYES A BiG FACTOR IN THE INDUSTRIAL LIFE OF EL PASO
Tlie Daily Novelette
Xlovr fine -will lie tke- day -nhen tic '
Lite good and aoblc brothers.
Look as we pass into the slags
Instead of knocking others. j
THROUGH the thin hotel wall the ,
sound of the tinny piano reached I
the ears of Lucifer Arklns with
innoyiag persistence. He went on
doggedly -with the seventh chapter ! ,
ins book, "Rock Formations and Their I
Effect on the Birds." until the man in I
he neit room started Beethoven's
naisy Hag" for the third time. j
Then Lucifer Arklns threw down i
Ins pen. j
' I am a patient man. hut that eon- j
aous strumming- makes me really j
oss " he muttered. And rising im- j
i.fuously, he went to the wall and j
knocked sharply with his knuckles, j
Almost Immediately the man In the I
r.ext room began Schubert's "Melody
" T. Using both fists and one elbow,
- pounded on the wall for a full min- '
High above the noise of his pounu-
' is rose the plaintive -strains 01
iszfs "The Hungarian Wrappers'
;nA nllrvAf1 hv KTiiimannfi ITot
Tamale Joe." followed by Bizet's "Sing
''cto Sleep Al McGluck." '
'n a perfect frenzy. Lucifer Arklns j
-t"-ed the wall with his arms, legs
n eatures, and finally fainted away
-hter rage. The next morning a
ibov handed him the following
ote Dear unknown: i visn you w
now that I appreciate your appre
- ation Tour applause spurred me
r to plav two hours after -I had de
fied to quit last night. Gratefully,
i nan next door."
mix IKON PEPSIN and
s comprised in Hood's Sarsaparilla
?n Peptiron Pills, these valuable
luedies possess unequalled health-
a ue for the alleviation and cure of
'o s train of ailments common
- lois our people In this 20th century.
In these days of rushing and push-
bevond the endurance of even the
- t robust, nearly every man and
u r: ,.j needs and must have the aid
if Yf health-giving powers 6f this
mbnation of medicines to support
u sustain normal health tone. If it
ot supplied, the depletion of the
n u and tho broken-down nerves
II soon give way to permanent in-
j-'iuism and ruined death.
The -erj best remedies for hlood-
i or f j mg and nerve-building are
'uid m Hood's Sarsaparilla and
"cptiron Pills. Tou know well the
r. - tonic properties of iron. They
" ih increased and (improved in
ombmation Hood's Sarsaparilla
v meals, Peptiron Pills after.
I Entirely New Way to
Banish Superfluous Hair
i Really Removes Koots and An.)
h should any -woman continue to
ir an Uiy, humiliating growth of hair
i her face, now that It is known this
n tit completely and quickly removed,
ad all. by the- new phelactlne pro-
Th process is not to bo compared
i : - ith the depilatory, electrical or
-- niethods. Phelactine is non-odor-
nan-irritatlnc; non-poisonoaa so
-. ss It rould ba eaten without any
u . ff-i. Best of all. the hairs come
' entire. een the roots, before one's
-. v- The skin Is left as smooth
' hair f're as a child's.
'-ioie a ho purchases a stick of pbe-
' -osi the druggist and follows the
(' -'- .ons. Is booed to be pleased
- ;rhied otherwise she can have ;
- -., back by merely asking fur it.
Tlie better tlie location the better the
ment Bur the Best BUY IN
THIS is the Warehouse District of El
Paso. We are now offering, on at
tractive terms, Cotton Estate Property with
trackage that is the best investment in El
I A. P
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Arrive St. Louis 11:15 Second Morning.
Arrive MempMj 7:20 Second Morcicj.
Thru Steel Sleeper and Diner.
Cilv Office Phone 7
Sunday, Stay SO,
OOD and 111 contend this day in
the Influence of the stars. White
enus, Jupiter and Mercury are
In bencflc aspect, Saturn and Uranus
are strongly adverse.
The evil sway appears to presage
trouble through spies and treachery.
An organization of women may get
Into serious trouble.
Under this planetary government
deception and fraud are believed to
be easy and the seers predict that
startling discoveries will be made be
fore the nest new moon.
Venus gains power this day over
lovers, who will be inspired by ro
mance and sentiment, more than by
desire for riches or position. Many
marriages are prognosticated.
This should be a lucky day for din
ners and small social gatherings.
Ministers should have power to gain
more than ordinary attention under
this configuration. New and patriotic
services which will be rendered by
them will develop extraordinary pos
sibilities for the churches of the fu
ture. Jupiter appears to promise the
highest honors to college heads. Again
the prophecy that universities and
branches of the government will be
closely allied Is repeated by the seers.
A mission of transcendant import
ance will be entrusted to the presi
dent ot a university, it is prognosti
cated. Problems relating to military pris
oners will occupy much attention in
1 the summer and it Is prophesied that
I a great general supposed to have been
long ceaa. win oc aiscovcrea in a
Congress has a direction of the
stars making for minor dissensions.
Scandals In which suspicion of sel
fish alms is involved are foretold.
Trouble in which Socialists are con
cerned Is prognosticated and It may
begin next month. This will not be
serious in its results, but may cause
riots and bitter discussion.
Persons whose birthdate It is have
a happy outlook for the year. With
care financial conditions will be pros
perous. jnuaren corn on mis uay in
quick and clever. These spbjects of
Taurus are likely to have strong
Gemini characteristics which make
them k.nd hearted and affectionate.
'Copyright. 1317. b the .uct-iure
Coles & Bros.
Flour : Seeds
Texas and Dallas Sts,
Mondcy, May 1, 1017.
EPTUNE and Venus are Ii
strongly benefic aspect today,
while Saturn Is slightly ad
The new moon of this date takes
place in square to Uranus and in Bex
tile to Saturn in the third house and
Is read as bringing slnster influences.
The rising: position ot Uranus is con
strued to foreshadow strikes, riots
and unrest owing to high taxes and
increased cost ot living.
The navy comes under a rule show
ing activity that brings honor and
glory for which a heavy price may be
paid. Great Britain has the augury of
possible diplomatic blunders that may
affect the United States. Again Ire
land has the prognostication or se
The lunation falls In a most siniste
place in the horoscope, ot the kalse- .
and presages loss of allies and cs- .
trangement of friends.
This should be a lucky day for
women, especially in love affairs and
many engagements among naval of-
cisers and men are indicated.
This date is a most fortunate one
for entertainments. Theatrical af
fairs have a fairly good leading,
which should manifest itself in aid '
for war expenses and other publi
Women of the stage come under t
sway that appears to presage work
lor numanity or some pniiantnropic
Duroose which will make them famous
for self sacrifice and efficiency.
Fairly good fortune should attend
any venture on the sea. today.
national interest In cooxing scnoois
and centers for food conservation on
wholesale economies, which will be .
necessary In the fall.
Again new vocations for women
which have been foretold for two i
yearB are forecast.
The rise ot new national Jieroe3
who will take the place of the aged
ones that are passing away will be
apparent with the waning of the '
summer, it is predicted.
Persons whose birthdate it Is have
the augury of an active, prosperous
year. The young will court or marry.
Children born on this day will be
dignified and reliable. These subjects
of Gemini ought to rise rapidly in
business or professional life. (Copy-
right. 1J17. McClure Newspaper Srn- i
ASSAGE will really do a re
markable amount of good, in
making a woman better look
ing, though it Is by no means a cure
'all for blemishes and faults. Of late,
I massage has been frowned upon by
some specialists, who claim that the
I constant moving of the muscles of the
I skin, in massaging them, tends to
I stretch and pull them, and to make
tbe face sag. I
This is only true, however, when '
i the massage Is too violent. To be
I effective, the motions should be very
I gentle, enough to stimulate the nerves
land to bring the blood into the skin.
It Is this stimulation that makes mas- i
sage valuable i
I For instance. If you have a veT
'thin neck and prominent bones c;:
, the chest, try a daily massage. To 1
can use cold cream flesh building
cream or cooca butter, and tbe mas
sage will be more effective for ie
fats In the cream will feed the skin.
Take the four fingers of each hand,
and massage the skin in small circles.
starting out at tho end of the shoul
ders, working in along the hollow
place of the bone, out to the end of
the shoulder again and back to the
neck. Kow massage tlie neck Itself. ,
front, running across the lines that,
form so easily across the throat, and
then working back to the spine.
Massage for at least ten minutes
every night, until the skin is red and
feels glowing. And do not expect in
stant results. I know one girl who
was painfully thin around the shoul- J
ders, who made herself beautiful by j
massaging, but it took her eight
Questions and Answers.
A. E. C No. nure vaseline won''
make the eyelashes fall: perhaps, 'f ,
' they fall out very much, the cause Is
For any disturbance in
the digestive system TRY
Napoleon Once Said:is?ntr,B,s
"A Footsore Army is An Army Half
la erery community men are drlUIsc for
National Preparedness. For all thess men
tha frequent use ef ATXTWS TOOT-EASE.
the antiseptic powder, shaken Into the
Shoes and sprinkled la the Foot-bath, In
creases their efficiency and insures needed
Physical comfort. It takes the friction
from tb shoe and rests tbe feet. " The
troops en the Mexican Border use Allen's
Foot-Ease, and over 109.090 Packages haTe
ueen used ty he F-ltlsn ana Freccn troops
in Enrope T -nlil mail FTCEE packase:
I to any sold'" s.idss opon nvauest A3-
HE payroll of thfc G. H. & S.
t I The employed force s a large
.Li ".. .L l :: .- .1
muiiuuy uuu mc lcgiuauuc uidiuicia ui iiic .hj o . - ..- .
ployed in the machine shops in El Paso. They are:
ft. G Buchanan
J. I. Mahoney
P H. (JulcL
J. F. Kener
J. R. Knox
S. U Garhardt
VT. I. Smith
II. A Fuantes
Joe Allen '
IS. E. Church
J. C McCarthv
E. M. Xapoles-
J T. Boatwrlcht
K C Ur:
E. W. Miller
J. A Rodrlsutx
.1 A Metssar
TODAY'S DAINTIEST DISH
-BV COX5TANCE CLAIUCri
V- - - ft
Beetroot Mayonnaise Salad.
mAKE three large cooked beet
I roots pare them and cut In thin
' slices. Place them in a bowl
and pour over some vinegar. Sprinkle
with pepper and leave for an hour
to soafc- In " meantime prepare
- By E jpa Kenfc Forl?gs
granulated lids, or something like
that. To see any results from the
vaseline treatment, though you should
cut the eyelashes back a little, then
rub them with vaseline every night.
Kven so, you cannot notice much dif
ference for a few weeks or more.
f O rl a tfVie-fsa Irnsi i cr-a (t nw-11
ot Japanese sea weed, a flaky stuff
that is tarteless and rom-s y the
ounce, lo j eat It upor we cereal,
Uassaae altoutini h ... .-i .
blood and noKriskzient to thin
-- -w mi owi, vvfuy-srry
I or some wet dish, a teaspoonfcl
every day. It does not digest, but
.forms a. gelataneous mass In tha
' stomach, which passes on through
the bowels, pushing aliead all waste
anil nAltrmnm .nn... .I... ..i..
In the bowels, and that oftens hardens
inside and stays so for weeks, thougn
daily passages take place. This pois
onous matter gets into the blood,, and
as it must have an outlet, ft t-ikes
1 ,tho form of pimples and blackheads
land other troubles. The agar agar
of these poisons, and of course, makes
me s-m neauny and clear.
For a moustache Try half tonic
on the lip. I cannot say whether this
will produce the thick black mous
tache you want, it depends on wheth
er you are blond or brunette. . Mous
taches aren't In style now, so don't
worry much-about it; they are con
sidered unbecoming and rather in
sanitary. w- hav. ?,? ArT,"L-
ofWinte On'on Sets. Price Sic per lb.
J3 I'ao Seed Co.. 5a sn i...i.
eih i. v. ua i and Co.irt House
A. shops is of considerable importance m the business lite ot tl ra -
one and it is steadily employed, distributing a large amount of money
l. !.. ,.i,.'. tmAr- TTi men shown in the above niciure are all em-
H Jo Joala
J. S. Aa-ulller
p. T. Barella
J. A Rodriguez
W. M. Olbb
X F. Owen
'few of her friends tomorrow after
some chopped cucumber, a raw toma- i, IIagsart arrived In
to (cut Into small pieces) and a piece Ei pjeo iast nignt to visit her sister,
of cooked cauliflower. Mix all to- Mrs. J. M. Dean. Miss Haggart comes
gether and moisten with a thick may- here from Fort Worth,
onnaise sauce and serve on a bed of Mrs. E. M. Bray will give a. howl
letiuce leaves. Monday Potato i ing party at the Plaza bowling alleys
Omelet. ! In honor of her sister. Mrs. A. W.
Bedtime Story For tke Little Ones
TJNCIX WIGGILY AND HIS SWORD.
By HOWARD IU CSAlm.- -
ELI well. Uncle Wlggily!
What's all this I hear
about youT" asked Dr.
Possum, as he stopped outside tho
rabbit gentleman's hollow stump bun
galow ona morning.
"What do you mean?" asked the
"About the mosquito enemy car-
' r'inB ?on away."
' "Well, they did that,"
Tou see I was practic
ing to be a soldier on guard in front
of my tent, and when I fell asleep the
mosquitoes came. Bat Xurse Jane
Fuzzy Wuzzy and Johnnie Bushytall
"Ha, hum!" exclaimed Dr. Possum.
t "After this you had better get' your
self a sword, as well as a bean shooter
i and wooden broomstick popgun. Then
if more mosquitoes come at you, why,
I you can tickle them with your sword
and they'll let you go."
"It's a good idea." said Uncle Wig-
.g.ly. Til do It. Til take one ot
Nurse Jane's old carving knives and
'make me a sword."
And he did, making the knife long
.and pointed and sharp, so that It
'looked like a real sword. Then Un
cle Wlggily tied It-around his waist
with one of his old neckties for a belt
uZ.d once more he was a soldier.
Nurse Jane had gnawed out for him
a new red, white and blue striped
barber pole rheumatism crutch for
tho bunny gentleman's old one had
ben left in the mosquito camp, as I
told you in the story beforo this one.
Again the bunny rabbit gentleman
marched up and down in front of his
tent, near his hollow stump bunga
low, making believe he was a soldier
on guard, so no one would harm, or
carry off, his nice xnuskrat lady
Sammio and Susie XJttletaU, the
rabbit children; Johnnie and Billie
Bushytail, the squirrels; Jackie and
Pcetle Bow Wow. tho puppy dog boys:
1 tfuiiti; uvuhMib tiic iiiuiuv Mfeiu, yiui
ie Wibble wobble, the duck.
the duck, and
many other animal boys and girls
came to watch Uncle Wlggily be a
Sometimes he -nould form them into
line and make them march up and
down, glvng them orders to Tilcht
about face!" "Forward march'" "Fire
on the enemy!" or "Eat your lolly
pops!" And each and every order the ani
maT children obeyed, for that Is the
first thing a soldier boy or girl must
learn to do to mind when told.
And Sammie or Susie or Billie or
Johnnie would have fnn by taking
Uncle Wiggily's gun and pretending
they were the sentry In his place,
marching up and down.
One day Sammie Uttletall's mother
gave him ten cents In leaf money,
which all the animals used, and Sam
mie bought a bo. of marshmallow
"We ought to roast them," said Su
sie, his sister.
They're better that way' eald
"But we are not allowed to build
a fire unless some big grown-up ani
mal Is with us," said Susie.
-un, 1 Know what to do:" narked
Jackie Bow Wow. -We can take the
Oh, I know what to dor barked
marshmallows to Uncle Witrcilv's sol -
.dier " . by hls tent- and roast'
"Fine.-" barked Peetie lusbrothci
So fr tr. T-n,o. rc.--iii.' mr, ,.--
h.s hollow stump bungalow went the
an'mai cnuaren. laughing and snout-
E. It. Patterson
G. R. Patterson
Years Ago Today
From The Herald oZIMa
r i-iHE river is still on the rampage
I and keeps rising s, little every
A 24 hours. It is now up to the
car tracks alongside the smelter, but
It will have to rise quite & bit moss
before It can do much damege. Tee
canal gates are still holding- and
there Is not much danger from this
source. The river hat never been,
as high In years as it Is today.
Rev. A. Hoffman and wife arrived
'on the E. P.-R. L this morning from
Kansas, on a. abort visit to their
daughters. Miss Emma and Esther
Hoffman of this citr.
I The subject of lower freight rates
1 from El Paso to points in Arizona and
I New Mexico Is one that Is causing
! the local Jobbers much worry and
' they have now interested the cham
ber Ct commerce in thu proposition
and wrll see what they can do to
j help gafn. this point.
' The exercises of the graduating
I class will ba held In the High School
auditorium ton.'sht at 8:20 oclock.
A von Derstay
M. B. Stewart
A. F. Kratz
T P Evan'
pect to leave In a few daysrior'"an3
' short trip to California.
Mrs. McLachlen will entertain a
Ing. and thinking what a. good time
they would have roasting the marsh
"Of course you may use my camp
fire!" cried iolly Uncle Wlggily, when
they asked him. And then, like a sol
dier, he gave these orders:
"Ready! Aim! Roast marshmallows!"
"Oh, isn't it romantic?" quacked
Alice Wibblewobble, the duck girl
who was fond of reading poetry. "I
wish I could be a Red Cross nurse!"
"May be you'll have to he If some
of these chaps burn their paws roast
ing the marshmallows!" laughed Un
"We ought to have something long
to stick the candles on to hold them
over the fire." said Sammie Uttletall.
"Slay we take your sword for that.
"Of course you may!" laughed the
bunny uncle, loosening the necktie
belt and taking out the long, slender
carving knife he had had made Into
Now while all this was going on
there were hidden behind some bushes
a whole band of bad mosquitoes the
same ones who had' once captured
Uncle Wiggily. They had come to get
him back so he could be a prisoner
cook for them.
"Well Just watch our chance!"
whispered the captain mosquito, "and
when he isn't looking we'll fly down
and grab him!"
"But what are all those little ani
mal boys and girls doing?" asked a
mosquito with a very long bllL
"Oh. they won't bother us!" said
the captain. "We'll just get Uncle
Wiggily. and oh, ho!" he suddenly
rried. "We can get him right now!"
"See. he has taken off his sword
to let Sammie Littletail toast marsh
mallows On it. If we swoon dnnm
now. that rabbit can't tickle us with
his sword, and before he knows what
is happening we'll have him! Heady,
buzzing comrades! Sharpen bills!
Flutter your wings! Advance and cap
ture the bunny who has no sword!"
Up flew the mosauitn armv. anfl
down they buzzed on Uncle Wlggily.
Ho heard and saw them corning.
"Quick, my sword!" he cried. "My
"Oh, it's filled with sticky marsh
mallow candies!" cried Sammie. who
was toasting some over the fire.
"So much the better!" cried brave
Uncle Wlggily. "The mosquitoes will
get all tangled and stuck In the soft,
sticky candy on my sword and Til
capture a lot of them."
And so Uncle Wiggily did. Tou
know how sticky a toasted marsh
mallow Is. Well Uncle Wiggily's
sword was full of them, for Sammie
was roasting a lot ot candles at once.
Waving his sword through the air
in the cloud of mosquitoes Uncle
Wlggily captured about 10.000 of
them, and put them in a fly-trap.
The others flew away, never hurting
the bunny uncle or the boy or girl
animals a pit, and after that they
had all the brown candles they
So It was a good thing, after all,
that Uncle Wiggily's sword was used
for roasting marshmallows, and if
the plumber doesn't take away our
kitchen sink to let the croquet balls
play marbles in, I'll toll you next
about Uncle Wiggily and the rice
cakes. Copyright. 1S1T, by McClure
re you getting all ot tha mosev
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K - . "T .uJl "" '. h.r."
Fhwie 4604. SOS 1-2 S. El Paso.
o..u. .t.- , --
Colored Varmsbog. T.nnrirr Lumber Co
TFoster, who is here to visit her for
George TVenseL accompanied by his
mother and sister, has gone to Cali
fornia, where they will spend the
"" Miss Mary Whltp will leave next
j week for her home in Huntsvllle, Tex.
Miss "White has been teaching In the
schools for the past term.
NO ORDERS YET TO
! MOVE THE 12TH CAVALRY
I Two squadrons of the 12th, cavalry
are on patrol from lit Riley, X. ZL,
to the Arizona border; the balance of
it has been in Panama for several
months past. No orders to move the
patrol stations have been received, so
far as Is known at El Paso headquar
ters. Wanted Second hand bicycles. Allen
Arms & Cycle Co., 401 X. Oregon. Adv.
THE above was the business slogan
of England at the beginning of the
war. It steadied things and lessened the
danger of business troubles.
TKe U. S. Is
THE whole cGLiilry is entering the
world war in the ngttlmt. In El
Paso "Business as usual" is I fertile and
everyone is reaay
Do Not Hoard
fOW AS always El Paso Real
investments. Taking everything into
consideration you will find that Austin
Terrace offers the best investment in El
.Paso in residence property. Building
restrictions are such as to give absolute
protection. We will be glad to show
you Austin Terrace at any time.
Lots Range In Price $550 And Up.
Convenient Terms Can Be Arranged.
FOR SALE BY
W, fi. Austin
705 N. Oregon
Jas JLo Marr Co.
304 San Anlonio Copies Bldg.
Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone!
Take No Calomel! Listen To Me!
If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee
relief without taking dangerous calomel
which sickens and salivates.
Stop using calomel! It makes you
sick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
pated, listen to me!
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when It comes Into contact
with sour bile, crashes into It. break
ing It up. This Is when you feel that
? rS- ,F?anea: and cramping. If you
fJTt?11 knocKetl out." If your liver is
torpid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, dizziness, coated
tongue. If breath is bad or stomach
sour, just tr a spoonful of l-aimless
Dodson's Liter Tone
Here's my guarantee jo to an
drUC Store) and tret a KO. ..ant Kst.rl. A i
jTodst?Ds Liver T"ne Take a spoon
a IKIWANIS LUNCHERS HAVE
MUSIC AND SHORT TALKS
On account of the absence of 7. W
Kirkpatrick. president of tha Klwaais
club, J. E. Benton presided as chair
man at the regular weekly luncheon
in the grill room of Hotel Sheldon
Friday. . .
Musical entertainment consisting of
solos and piano accompaniment was
furnished by "Buddy" Fields and Wil
A. E. Ryan and E. E. Ryan wera
designated the hosts of the luncheon
and received the guests at the door
of the grill. .
Shorts talks were made by E. W
d'Allemaml and E. C Wade, Ir, the
former promising to address the club
at the luncheon next week.
Let us fin your coal order now; full
weight guaranteed. Prompt service
Swastika. Steam and Cerrillos White
Ash Domestic Coal, famous for quality-
Southwestern Fuel Feed Cow-
Phona 4444. Adv.
w ao ms ou.
opportunities for good
ful tonight, and If it doesn't straigh
ten you right up and make you feel
fine and vigorous by morning, I want
you to go back to the store and get
your money. Dodson's Liver Tons- 1
destroying the sale of calomel because
It is real liver medicine: entirely vegc
table, therefore it can not salivate or
make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful or
Dodsons Liver Tone will put yoc
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste winch is cloggtns voti
srstem aud making vou feel miserab".
I sfiarautec b.it a bottle ot Podso- s
Lmr Tone v ill krp i01t ci.i-e ia.Tr
il feetinsr fine fo-- months. t,ive it In
u-ir thlMrc-. It u harmle8 doesn t
t ipe and thev hke . pieBSant tas.