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EL PASO HERALD
WOMEN HAVE A VERY BIG PART TO FILL
IN THE GREA T WAR; LEADING WOMEN OF
THE NATION LINING UP THEIR SISTERS
By DOROTHY. B. JOHNSTON.
Kansas Girl Comes
Here For School
APROPOS to txie part women are out ana xigni ior jasuce, lrwuura sua
to talc in the war whether it I our safety. The woman who today is
to take in tne war. wneiner an active pacifist seems to me so far
he hen- at home or no me where I j u
verted- in her outlook on life, so lost
to a sense of justice that I cannot ac
count for her."
A request from Red Cross head
quarters, for 1.500,000 knitted gar
ments opens up avenues for im
mediate usefulness, though most of
the feminine world, old and young,
has been deftly, swiftly flitting with
needles and yarn for many months.
In view of the tremendous levy on
b u sy f ! ngers, how can any woman
jt herself down to the comparative
lv selfish occupation of may ing fancy
foldols? Surely the fingers that are
gently coaxed into the intricacies of
knitting by the bait of a bright
e boen pi.ifiMs -hould put aside uf " thnt h3
...-t pas,;on j,..t -men interested 'f fS" rfUf
to take in the war. whether it
be here at home or somewhere
m No Man's Land. Mrs. William Cum
minss Story, honorary regent of the
Tiaughters of the American Revolu
tion, and Mies Lansing, sister to the
5cretary of war, hae come to the
fore u ith tangible suggestions and
ratnotie that. If carried out effec
; all;-. wouM almost amount to os
raasm of tt.e pacifists and speedily
bring them in their senses.
"Uet busy on the pacifists!
Tbere is nothing for women to be
n-Tt except patriots," Miss Lansing as
set ts. "We are at war. Women who
vuffraee o- in any other cau?
should turn their finest energies to
i he support of the go eminent. Pa
inotic work toda Is the work of all
n..me:i Our m'n on the firing line
m ist feel that the whole country is
t hind them, t'nt not a woman is out
rf sjmpathy with them and their
f-Knt. Women cannot hang back.
There so much to do that each can
Ieiares Mrs.Ptory: "The woman who
preach- pacificism while her coun-iT-.
at war is a coward and traitor.
Sim is plamg into the hands of our
Other women should be quick to
rTiidiate and disown her. She is lost
tn all decency. How can these women
walk about the streets and hold, up
tt-r- r h ad when all around them
p e o'ir splendid bos pledged to go
is at war. It
needs men. Enlist
comfort" to those who are fighting
for us in the army and navy.
Miss Florence Marshall, head of the
Woman's Bureau of the Red Cross,
says: "Eight standardized articles
have been selected for women to
make. Every soldier who suffers the
winter weather in France, or of the
northern cantonments should have
knitted wristlets, sleeveless sweater,
muffler and socks. Aviators, ambul
ance drivers all who work in the
open should have knitted helmets
which pull down over the head and
leave a small place for nose and eyes.
There Is a call also for hospital socks
made without heels. Wash cloths and
water bottle covers of wool or cotton
are in demand. The first of Septem
ber the Red Cross asked for fiiO.Ov
pajamas: these in addition to hospital
garment?, bathrobes, operating powns.
gauze masks for doctors and nurs
bringing the number into tlu- million
"In face of these demands how can
any woman, worthy the name of wo
man, think of following the old ways
of pleasantness and peace when then
is no peace? These are the dayi
when every American woman must
account for herself and her time ani
her talents and be written down tor
what she is a worker or a s;mkT
With the activities of the Ke.i
Cross speeding up in every direction
the woman's army, under command or
Herbert Hoover, is admonished
Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker. former
president of the National Federation
of Women's clubs to remember "that
for eery man who goes to the front
five people at home are needed to
sustain him. No woman has the right
to buy in large quantities and hoard
food for the use of her famil such
a woman is at heart a traitor. Re
member, no sacrifice Is a great sac
rifice unless it is made cheerfully. In
these days of distress every woman
should pass her soul in review and
ask: Do I realise that I am in part,
my brother's keeper? 1
m dress, speech, manner, tnousnc
are the young women of America do- I
ing their full duty to help the boys in
the ranks to retain the loftiest Ideals
of woman nood, to live clean lives, to,
take as much pride in moral as in '
physical victory?" asks Mrs. Penny
rr : : i,
Women Of Christian Church Will
Hold Weekly All Day Sessions
Former El Paso Girl
Weds Cavalry Officer
1 1 HE women oi the 'irst inrisuan
icaurcn nae set apart i iiu bua;
of each week as Fellowship day,
when an all-day session of work will
be held in the church parlors, with a
luncheon served at noon. The initial
gathering is set for the morrow, and
tl.tre will be plenty to do for all who
a' ..end. The organization is to map
01 "uture activities at its first meet
' ing. though the Rescue home and
1 other local charities will share with
the patriotic war work,
An interesting meeting of ;he Wom
en s Auxiliary of Westminster Presby
fnan church was held Tuesday after
noon at 3 oclock in the parlors of the
church. Mrs. W. H. Loretx, as presl
. dent, was in charge. Hymns and the
devotional were followed by reports
from the secretary. Mrs. J. II. Grant,
and the treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Seddon.
Mrs. J. H. Lbgan, Mrs. J. H. Hill and
Mrs. J. H. Grant gave reports of High
land Park. Eastminster and Westmin-
i ster circles. Mrs. P. C. March led the
deotional. Twenty members were in
attendance to enjoy the program, glv
en under the direction of Mrs. Paul
l.!ZRJ.rn pr:iTr:u:TT, "eermaps. Mrs. I A. Killian. Mrs. 1 Charles Bush. Miss Little. Mrs. V. Ju NNOrXCKMKXTP have been re-
i.r II 1P, 0 ,.,.. - Tia' ee units uu uuug pew-, an saton. airs. r . ju. tinier, airs. , ... r ti.
- HjJt.nps cet 'omepjc-s wurht tne meeting closing with , w. C. Haight Mrs. Charles Gring. Mrs. A '-d m KI Paso r tlie wed
El fm,'i Pittsburg, the Mizpah benediction and a social ! Bennett. Mrs. Carl CarerilL Miss Fa Her m A d.n in Fort Leavenworth of
Kan5as. where ?l-e har been attend- half bour. with Mrs. Killian. Mrs. J. land Mhs Blankenship. MlS9 Mjrtl" Crawford, formerly of El
Paso, to Lieut. Robert F. Merkle. 13th'
H. Logan. Mrs. J. H. Lo man and Mrs.
E. M. Lawrence being hostetcs
El Pasoans certainly believe in j,rt
paredness, if one may judge t th
avidity with which hundreds of n i
trons and the younger set hae pm
sued classes in first aid. hoin- c.i
of the sick and elementary h.:i
the summer through. Thirty two i i
pils have recently successfuily pa.- i
the examinations in elementary h
giene. held by Mrs. Lois Bro les Flo'o
This concludes all the classes In
structed by Miss A. Louise Xiietnc'i
R. who is finally to take a r.
through September, and will spei"!
htr brief respite in htr cottage ac
Cloudcroft. Miss H. R. Moss will he
her truest during that tim1 Th
courses will start again in October
Persons may register at tiOfcO.
Circle I of the Calvary-Houston
Square Baptist church met Tues.da
afternoon with Mrs. R. B. Blank.
ship. the devotional and business ses
sion being followed by a social hour.
Miss Martha Blankenship. Mif.s Janet
Fa Her and Mrs. J. L. Bennett assisted
in serving delectable refreshments
Garden flowers adorned the rooms.
Mrs. A. H. Faller. Mrs. L. W. Roberts.
Mrs. M. E. Couch and Mrs. Gillette
were the special quests, augmented
by the presence of Mrs. M. Peck. Mrs
Aulomobiling and Outings.
A jolly crowd, composed of a' i
Mrs. II. J Galen Un. Mrs il. C vn.
Miss Lena Gelger and Mi Thrt
WeUch of Vicksburg, Miss . spc nt
Sunday in Cloolem!
Mr. and Mri L f fjn are motor-
I Ing to Las Cruced '-- Sunday, to se
their chatmlng little daughter.
hert.i. w no is attending L t i
academj. this being her thlid
I eetl (.laaseaf Ask Recall. J'1
! - fi t-rtienient.
ing the Kansas State Manual Training
Normal school. She has enroled in f
the College of the City of El Paso.'
transferring hr grades from the.
Kansas State Normal school. Miss .
Pritchett graduated from the Pitts-
Catholic Church Lawn Social
In East El Paso a Big Success
THE first annual lawn social given i Mme. Loeser accompanying: trio nov
by the newly organised parish 80 nS by William Martin. Blanche
' . . . . . Cornwall and Mna Locfcle. Miss Zeta
or St. Josepn, out at Government 1 rynnnrir. fnmiihinr th mnsir: hnck
iburgr. Kansas, high school before en
tering the Normal school and while at
high school made Quite a record in
athletics in addition to that made i
her studies. At the Normal school
she was a leading spirit in the College
Athletic association and played run-
Attractive Nashville Girl Is
Guest Of Honor At A Luncheon
JLarl--aD Cbid Company
Tuning a ad Repalriag
V rk Guaranteed.
Jenkins Piano Company
THE BIG PIANO HOC5F.
Phone 95$. 211-313 Texas Street.
Hill, Tuesday evening, proved to be
a tremendous social and financial suc
cess, much interest being manifested
by both the members of the parish and
other parishes, as welL A larga dele
gation of those present were members
of other faiths, who, being friends.
wished to prove their true interest
by assisting the cause. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Brophy gave their home for
the lawn social, and hare the thanks
of the entire parish for the perfect
manner in which they entertained
their hundreds of iruests. including
many of El Paso's leading citizens. The
patriotic decorations, which were su
perintended by W. H. Brophy. well
jenown electrician of the city, and a
number of women assistants, were
most artistic, the out of door space
I neing canopied in myriad red. white
. and blue incandescent. Flags were
hum? as a backgronnd lor the nlat-
form. where a popular musical and lit
erary program was given under direc
tion of Miss Margaret Bines by a
number of local artists. The stage
had been erected in the rear of the
yard and donated by J. E. Morgan, the
contractor. The fancy candy, toy. doll,
fish pond and refreshment booths were
in charge of the women of the oarish.
both matrons and the younger set
lenaing tneir ertorts. Father G. u.
Frund. extends his appreciation for
the earnestness and faithfulness of
his members and for the generous
manner in which they worked, and.
although it would be his pleasure,
he sas. to announce personally every
name, it is only possible to 'include
the heads of various departments, no
tably: Mrs. L. E. Arvin. Mrs. Joseph
Smith. Mrs. M. J. Gunther. Mrs W. H.
Brophy. Mrs. A. E. Hines. Mrs. L P.
Oberkamp, Mrs. M. F. Lyons, Mrs. Hull.
Mrs. Goodlow. Mrs. Ahr. L. E. Arvin,
W. H. Brophy and H. Welsch.
Tne entertainment was one or the
best of the summer season, each num
ber bringing: forth salvos of applause.
Miss Zeta O'Rourke was pianist, and
did most of the accompanying to the
Solo dance, little Elizabeth Swan:
solo, Mme. May Loesser: solo dance.
Nina Lockie: novelty spoon number by
Pvt. Bryant: solo, little Reba Reyes,
; ji When You Call 1
H . Moving Van, J
gBagg'ag'e, Autos, ji
We're Well Versed in Things
Needed for Babies
u lubber goods department is aroptv
sjDr-"rd to meet eveiy need to keep baby
va.m, contented and amused.
Our proprietary medicine department
carries all the most reliable remedies foi
Our prescription department insures ai
curacy and fresh drags in filling the doctor
prescription when baby is ilL
UNION DRUG CO., Inc.
( or. Saa Antonio and Stanton.
Trust Bide. Phone 213
O'Rourke furnishing the music: buck
and wing dance. Corp. will Quinn: solo
dance. Blanche Cornwall: so. Mrs. Fred
M. Heidelberg: song, Blanche Corn
wall. Among the many guests were the
Rt Rev bishop Schuler. & J., fathers
Hines, Swift. Roy, O'Keefe (chaplain
U. a A.) and father Frund.
Out of Town Visitors.
J. L Gourley, a cattleman from Al
pine. TejL is at Hotel Zeiger.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stone, of Alpine,
Tex., are guests at Hotel Zeiger.
F. B. King, a mining man of Ari
zona, is registered at Hotel Paso del
TT. E. Thwaits. a cattleman from
Silver City, is stopping at Hotel Zei
ger. Tom Snyder, a cattleman from
Marfa, Tex., is a guest at Hotel Shel
don. M. X. Cowan, a banker and cattle
man from Pecos, is registered at Ho
Miss Dicta Hutchins leaves on Wed
nesday for New York by way of the
Golden State limited.
8idney King, traveling freight
agent for the Wabash railroad, is in
the ctty. meeting his friends.
Mrs. C. E. Collins, of Jerome. Arix..
is a gueat at Hotel Paso del Norte
while making a pleasure trip to the
John Langdon. assistant manager of
the Old Dominion Copper company,
of Globe. Arix,. left for home on Wed
nesday. J. A. Pruett. of Faywood. N. M, Is
at Hotel Zeiger while in the city on
business connected with his cattle in
terests. Miss Theresa Welsch has come from
Vicksburg. Miss., to visit in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Galentin of 26J1
Bliss, for some time.
Mra T. E. Patterson and daughter.
of Los Angeles, are spending five days
at Hotel Paso del Norte, while on a
tour over the country.
H. G. Whitney, claim adjuster for
the Texas & Pacific railroad, whose
headquarters are at Big Springs, Tex
as, is at Hotel Sheldon.
Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder are stay
ing at Hotel Sheldon. Mr. Snyder is
a well known cattleman of Alamo
gordo. N. M.. and holds the position
of sheriff as well.
Mrs. Y. R. Huffman, of Aurora. Neb..
and Mrs. Edgar M. Forde. of Emporia.
Kas., are stopping at Hotel Paso del
Norte for several days, while making
a trip through the country.
Dr. and Mrs. H. Stow Garlick. of
Laredo. Texas, who have been at
Cloudcroft during the last month, are
staying at Hotel Sheldon for a few
days while on their way home.
Mrs. X. E. Hutchins. mother of M.
B. Hutchins. proprietor of the Lodge,
at Cloudcroft. is staying at Hotel Paso
del Norte for a few days, before re
turning to her home In San Antonio
from a vacation at Cloudcroft.
About El Pasoans.
Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alexander (the
latter better known as Reva Elliott)
have taken the Hanson home at West
Ysleta. where they are non receiving
H. S. Stanton of 2927 Aurora street.
Manhattan Heights, has just received
his commission as captain, and ex
pects to leave about the first of Oc
tober for Leavenworth, with the en
gineering corps of the officers' re
serve. Mr. Stanton was assistant en
gineer in building the Elephant Butte
dam reclamation project, and is anx
ious to give his country the benefit of
his expert efficiency. Mrs. Stanton
and two babes, Martha and Russell
Orora Stanton, will go to Bowling
Green, Ohio, during his absence.
ning center on tho freshman basket'
1SS SOPHY FRANCES JOHN
SON, attractive Nashville soci
ety girl, who has been enjoy-
j ing many welcoming courtesies sig
naled by her arrival, was made honor
guest at a pretty luncheon over which
Mrs. A. S. Howren presided at her
hall m ichih fnm riefeateri all the!
other college class teams and won the apartment in the Braxos Wednesday,
silver cup. M.ss Pritchett was also a quite sans ceremonie. Miss Johnson
member of the tennis club and the j na3 been in the judge John F. Weeks'
college T. W. A. and its. athletic; - r, Xev,d. ,trMt ,he
departments. Her unusual alto voice
caused her to be much in demand in
solo, duet and quartet, in which ca
pacities she was one of the few fresh
men to tour Kansas and neighboring
states with the college glee club.
Miss Pritchett has enroled in the Col
lege of the City of El Paso to take a
general course in the teachers' college.
El Pasoans Away.
guest of Miss Mary Weeks, since she
came, but is going snortly to stay for
a time with Mrs. Ward Worthington
(nee Anita Maetxe) and Misa Re
In farewell to Mrs. J. Frederic, who
Is leaving Saturday for her borne in
Denver, following a visit with her
daughter. Mrs. Forbes ParkhilL Capt.
and Mrs. Alexander M. Weyand enter
tained at dinner. Tuesday evening, at
their home out Country club way.
LETTERS To Uhe HERALD
(All communicatlcns mast bear the signature f the writer, bat the name
will b withheld It requested.)
Vnited State"! cavalry
who is the siater of H. II. Crawford.,
lived here at the home of her brother j
for about seven years, going to San I
Diego a few months ago to get to a
lower altitude. She met Lieut. Merkle )
at San Diego and the wedding at)
Leavenworth last week was the result
of a romance begun on the coast. The .
wedding took place in the parlors of j
the Young Women's Christian asso-1
ciation at Leavenworth, the rooms be-;
ing decorated with sunflowers and ,
asparagus ferns. The ceremony wa3l
performed bv Rev. A. W. Atkinson, of.
the First Baptist cnurcn. oi icn
in the Bottle
mat taMy exactly with
iht doctor's prescription
On second thought e-v
sensible person will realize
that accuracy in compound
ing and quality of drugs ha e
everything to do with The
remedial nature of the medi
We specialize in prescriptions.
Our consdentioBS, accurate, jk3I
fnl lerrkei are at yoar command.
Bring yoer doctor's prescription
to us for best resuhs.
Court House Drag Store
Phone 1 11Z
SOCIALISM AND PEACE. , not run a jitne and I am not int r-
Editor El Paso Herald: csted in them in any way excepi ihe
So far as Mr. Fineron's final ellra- I service they give to the public, I be-
ination of the Socialist party's , ing one of the public that is compelled 1
"creed" of "Peace on Earth and Good j to use them. A.iyone who. after work-
Will Towards Men, Is concerned. 1 ; ing Irora 10 to 1 hours, has bung
S. M Hvten leaves for St. Louis, on
Wednesday! on the Golden State lim-ih
R, H. Jones goes to Cn.cagO On will say IMl any msivry X o&vc c.ei t I'il Bircnw s.rap iwr iiuui
i read does not record the fact that this
been generally ac-
wdneadav bv wav of the Golden .
State. creed has ever
County clerk W. D. Greet mil leave - cepiea.
for Galveston Saturday to transact! I don't know how he is going to
business. ! eliminate something that bus never
Marvin Howell has gone to Roswell. existed. When -Peace on Earth and
New Mexico, where he mill enter the ! Good Will Towards Men" has once
military institute. I been established for even a day. then
J. O. Crockett leaves for Chicago. Is time enough to talk about ellmln
I1L. on Wednesday by way of the ating it, and if it proves to be as re -Golden
State limited. pulsive as Germany and most other
Mrs. Gertrude Led better and son. ! nations seem to think it is at present.
John, of El Paso are guests at the I I can assure Mr. Fineron that the
Hotel Virginia. Long Beach. Calif., chairman of the Socialist party of El
near Los Angeles, where they have Paso county will be the first to help
spent delightful summers for several ; eliminate tnat creea.
the stars with a screen hide larriat,
nor try to control human "thought"
with "oe it enacted" by any congress
G. M. Seguiu. Mexican consul gen
eral, left Wednesday morning for
larlii Pass. Texas, accomoanied by
Mrs Seeuin. who has been ill He ' or ruler 1 may appoint. If
expects to he gone a week. Eagle Pass the church or the state can do so. I
is their old home. j have no objections. The demand is In
Mrs.C.n Kellv and her two daugh-, creasing for Socialist Party plat
ters, who are to aueml the W.-.rd-Bel-i forms. S. L. Hughes,
mont school in Xashwile. Tenn.. this
winter, left Sunday night on the Pun- IS AGIXhT THE JITNE.
cannot help but have a soft sput
lils heart tor a Jitne that will put
him home in 10 or IS minutes.
1 hae tried hrd to analyze the po
sition taken b tnese leading cit.Xtns.
1 know most of them by sight anu
un had dealings with several of
them. 1 know tbey have done a
great deal tor the city of El Paso, out
i am afraid their successes na c
blinded them to the needs of the a -erage
cittxen. How many of these
men were ever compelled to go homt
in a Jitne? They are in the 12 .!
inder class and cannot understand the
net-ds of the average man. Is tnrre
1 shall not. hoever. try to lasso j not room enough on the street tor t
12 cylinder anu the jitne. or is there
bona of friendship between these suc
cessful business men and the street
railway corporations :
As long as there are automobiles
there will be street accidents. These
accioents are not confined to tne
jltnes. but I notice the big no.ses are
confined there. When our leading
citizens" kill or maim someone (whicn
has happened more than once) there
shine special for Inverness. Misa. Mra Editor El Paso Herald
Kelly's old home, where they are mak- I would like to say that I agree 1S Tery little said about it
lne a short visit brore school opens, i iperfectlr with the writers In The They sneak of the citixrns -t,k,.i
Miss Daisy Davidson, of Prospect , Herald about this jitne question. If things in their own hands.' I wiii
avenue, one of JI Paso's Popular you want some hairbreadth escapes. My to tbem tnat eillzaB, are more
Caot. C N. Howard and familv leave
for the east on Wednesday by way of
the Golden State limited. Capt. How
ard will go to New York city and his
family have Buffalo as their destination.
panled her sister. Miss Blanche. jo ; last two weeks we have narrowly ea-1 hands'
-vmaniio. a lonnigm s, nu , capea oe:ng in acciuenis.
much entertained there. One of the I The first time, the Jitne we were
very pleasant affairs of the week end j in ran right np behind two wagons,
was a party given by Miss Mora and then dodged in. between, not tak
Lowry. for which Miss Davidson fur- ing into consideration that another
nished the particular inspiration. "42" jitne from the opposite direction was
being played. Miss Blanche Davidson doing the same thing. With not an
is a teacher or music in tne Amaniio inch to spare, they both squeezed be
Protect the llables.
If you ever sat the long night
through at the side of your baby's
cot. when the little one was 111, you
know what suffering is. At a time
like that every thought is given to
bring a little one back to health,
and the greatest caution is always
given to medicines and food. This is'mation service.
as it should be, not only In sickness. I
but in every day life, too much care A Gift That Is Long Cherlnbed.
schools, and will stay there for the
winter, following a vacation or sev
eral months in this city. Daisy was
the house guest of Mrs. William Sten
ge. Lodges and Clubs.
At their home on North El Paso
street Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Putman en
tertained the junior Bible class of the
First Baptist church Tuesday evening,
the festivities taking the form of a
Mrs. J. B. Watts, reader: Mra Wil
liam T. Owen, soprano: Mr. Ruby,
baritone, and Miss Julia Pool, pianist,
participated in a highly enjoyable
program, arranged through the Young
Women's Christian association head
quarters, fori the soldiers, at Axton
tabernacle. Tuesdav night. Hundreds
of the men in khaki look forward to
these entertainments, which have
been given almost weekly, the sum
C. N. Bassett. chairman of the Red
Cross Allied Festival committee, has
called a conference for Wednesday
afternoon In the chamber of commerce
to map out details for the gala event,
to be held in El Paso the first week of
October. Among those notified to oe
present with suggestions are T. H.
Rogers. James Graham McNary. Win
chester Cooler. R. E. Whltlock. R. K.
Hines. Mav Miller. C. C. Young. John
Fisher. B F. Jenness. Herman An
dreas, and Mesdames W. W. Tumey.
Charles B. Stevens. A. P. Coles. Frank
Coles, O. C. Coles, Robert Holllday. W.
D. Howe. v. S. Stewart. James L.
Marr. Lamar Davis, D. B. Smith. W.
H. Broaddus. Ernesto Madero, H. E
Stevenson. W. D. Wise. W. L. Brown,
S. H. Sutherland and others.
tween the two wagons and never even
I can imagine the feelings of the oc
cupants of the other jitne. for I know
what ours were. This same driver ran
right up to a passing freight train
and. by applying his brakes, sud
denly stopped within a foot of IL
Another jitne. going full speed ahead,
taae tmngs in their own
if the Jltnes are nut out or
uusiness. wnn tne present bum street
If our leading 12 cylinder citizens
will secure adequate street car ser
vice there will be little complaint of
their abuse of the jitne.
G. J. Denton.
ST07 Hueco Street
HANTS A REMEDY.
Columbus. N. M.. Sept. 7.
Editor El Paso Herald:
Consonant with the multltud of
newspaper announcements of the
nation-wide raids upon publications
and public gatherings of malcontents.
st la. . .w. - . -
IffHSEi? fT- '"I ft?.' lj ri; P-K5 o Sa,.0on-w,SC;rotu,aonV
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The Woman 's Toggery
Announce a special showing of the latest
Suits, Coats and
for all occasions. Jost arrived direct fiom
.he Eastern fashion centers.
Beautiful Skirts and
The latest in Mininery A Task to our shop
v ill convince you that oar styles are the best.
:ur prices the lowest.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday your choice
of beautiful trimmed and tailored Hats,
worth to $10.00 for $4.75 & $5.95.
TAKE ELEVATOR SAVE MONEY.
Little Caples Building.
Woman's Message to Women:
the other man's quick stop that
You can watch any Park jitne and
you will never see them slow down
for a wagon or any other obstruc
tion. In fact, they pat on more speed
to try and get by before the other
fellow from the opposite direction can
get there. I hope the city will do
something about the matter.
Mrs. L. L. Butterfleld.
IS. X. Piedras.
FAVORS THE JITNES.
Editor El Paso Herald:
I have Just read the letter signed
by 15 of our richest citizens, beaded.
"Cry Abate the Jitne Nuisance." I do
El Pasoans Reluming.
Accompanied by her daughter. Mra
Lee Jones has Just returned from a
summer vacation In California.
Porter W. Dent returned Monday
from a trip to Carlsbad and RoswelL
. m., in tne interests or tne recla-
cannot be given to the food and med
icine a little child requires. The
greatest percautions against sickness
are pure nourishing foods, cleanli
ness inside and out the little one's
body, and sure drugs when essentiaL
Stop in or phone any of our three
drug stores wnen anything Is re
nin rod to make your baby more com
fortable or when your baby is sick.
Scott White A Company.
Mills Bldg. Roberts-Banner BIdg.
314 San Francisco St- Adv.
ACLUKDION PLAITING MACHINE COUCHING m PIC0T-W0RK
cper!n.) arfestlon givm to mall order. Return postage paid.
Best fork and prompt delivery. Send for priet list.
MI-s It. COIU M. Modiste
1M-3C UorVrcr Sniidirjr rfaone Kl Paso, Texas.
EX Fasoana Re turn Inc.
El Paso people when they return
f.on their vacation will derive satis
faction if they use our service. Just
?ve our Baggage Checks to our man
at the Information Bureau at the
Vnlon Station. He will also call an
auto or taxi for you.
City Service Co II. D. Camp, Mrt.
Autos. Baggage. Taxis. Adv.
Japanese Incense, a dozen dainty
varieties Good for mosquitoes.)
Bench Art Shop IM PJoneer Plata,
Cit National Bank Building. Adv.
SajTsrlnc cheek month to nose
line-, dep wrinkles corrected. Super
fluous h.nr ami mois removed. Mrs
Urnw Ben -on, 1" Buckler Bid Ad '
The one who receives a gift of
exquisite hand-modeled "Cordova"
leather goods, is the possessor of a
gift that is worthy of being long
cherished, and one that reflects the
discriminating taste of the giver. Ask
to see our recent arrivals in "Cor
dova" leather articles when in the
siore. or write ior cacaiog.
"YV. T. Illxaen Company Jeireler.
Mills and Mesa On the Plaza. Adv.
STYLE QUALITY PRICE.
You will find our hats up to the
minute in style, quality very nest,
prices moderate. .
J. H nALE E.TCIXSIVE 3IIIXXXERY
416 N. Oregon St.
Out of High Rent District.
Better Values. Lower Prices. Adv.
A miniature Japanese Garden for a
centerpiece. Japanese figures, bowls,
and century plants for the miniature
gardens. Beach Art Shop 104 Pio
neer Plaza, City National Bank Build
The StylUh Fall Boots.
We have never seen handsomer
footwear than the new fall styles we
arf f-howirsr. it is reasonably priced.
Irner Shoe Co 3120 San Antonio. ,
caiuous and traitorous utterances is
to be instituted. This perforce im
plies a nation-wide discontent and
the determination to prevent the
further nourishing of this attitude
by published statements, which are
doubtless to be largely suppressed,
and in preventing of public gather
ings that voice these things.
This admittedly widespread discon
tent has so far failed to register
itself effectively or noticeably upon
the heads of our government who
"reflect the will of the people." The
recent spectacular attitude of gov
ernor Lowden. of Illinois, is in line
with the mushroom growth of the
now favorite expression, "ail sedition
and discontent are to be crushed."
"Crushed" is a strange, a new and
menacing word to be used so liberal
ly in onr "democracy."
To the student of history the one
iwurrms wing inai never ceases xo
CINCINNATI, OHIO. AfrJ T y
trntaat, I vfl roe-down, umk a wre-. -ta.a
seareetr a7 Bp to do my bwrork. 1 bad Ltt!
ictnat is life. u mrrtabU beyond my control, pn.
beorv miin I amy toot first treatment jje n.
?t once, and bow I faeffikea bw wtanar: the --!sr$- '
own put in ay bark ere 3 sot", th tem:l pa " n
mj ua and tb beary f?e''ce in i-ty Jomer aotJen.
Lothr Has bo more i" Yuzee - t 1 . tf 1 had le: r
ccrcrtiaa go en a Lttl lensir I wccM har bad to sih
r t to a dreaoed oocrat-on. cf whfh we oe cr know h3
cteeoar. If ftcrr fcfTer -w wocin wootd uo v. i.
T'trabla Ojwline remoces bich I n now dcinc tht
wocW b &wrr motherless children in the orai. i A
therawoedd ba more cherfol. hpf homes. tr rer-
Mother m always aibng; aod it ble on accou-t
femaia weakaaaaea. there n ahraya aeJoad of glocrr
Yoor raaaadi ara truly a Godsend to atxffer'mz wtt
kind. 1 eooid writs a yafcane oa the chance rhv - -made
ia dm. Ream print thrs tf it will leaJ acy s-ff. .-.
to recovery. Wistear yes all recrtae.
MRS. T. G. CAjSTEK, S609 EvseH -
OrJy A Wcnsan Kncws A Woman's Trials and
ttadsrstixufs Kir Need ct Sympathy &t Kelp.
TH im tl imufMKa tt wnrann vtaJrr trflHfr to the TJalne Of Mr- firamn-
popalar fhralfna Kecne Trvatmast hi reuevmg so aaa of the misery aod suffering
own ociT to wotiimjuuHi.
REA&CR. f you are troubled with some of those special aflments of women
SEND FOR A FREE TEH DAYS' TREATMENT
with illustrated, descriptire coot of ' Woman On Mediemt Adwir." and Itst
ihiifa. Rhi.w r... ..tm.lf. in tobt own home, witboat tbe kaoir!-
elge or aid of anyone Yob caa adenrard ooetiaBB if job -with, at aboat 12c a kL
Fa.- tMtv.Rm .Mr. .nw hat. nwArted it Mtttafagtorr. and often wiMnor fi
astonish is the fact that each rulinfr t Tecetabla tonic and compoaada. It is ased by old and yonns and does not interfe-
class of each nation o every period , with daily work. Write in confidence, as yonr letter will be opened, read and answered
To Wuh Out or Xeutralixe tbe Dan
gerous Stomach Acids trhleh SIsUr
Food Ferment and Soar and
When roar stomach harts is soar. sick,
upset and zassr with indigestion, heart-
barn and dyspepsia, don't swallow pills or
drags which only artificially digest yoar
food and weaken the natural powers ef
digestion. Keep yoar stomach dean and
sweet like yoa keep yoar oowels clean by
flaohinc it aceassLnally with a real iatei
nal bath of blwrstsd magnesia to neu
tralise the dangeroos exeass of acid la
year stomach, sweeten the sour fermenting
food contents stop all the pain and dis
comfort of dyspepsia and make natural
digestion easy. Physicians agree that
folly nine-tenths of all dtrortlve dteor-
ders and stomach misery Is caused by the
development In the stomach of "too mach
acia." this acid most be neot nentra
tsed and harmless they say or trouble
win sorely ioiiow.
It isn't necessary to diet yoa can eat
what yoa want In reason: bat get from
any arnggist a tew ounces of pure pow
dered biaorated mscnesia and take s
teaspoonfai In a glass of water before
each meal for a few days and yoar stom
ach win art and feel fine. There will be
no soarness. no stomach gas or heart
burn, no full, heary feellnc in the stom
ach, no headaches, griping stomach pslni.
aizziness or naa breatb. Tor Bisursted
Magnesia will give your stomach just
what It needs a real Internal bath to
clean op or n-ulrahz the poisonous acids
wnicn are souring nd fermenting jour
fod snd irritating and inflaming your
Blsuratcd Msgresia is the onle form of
magnesia you should use for this purpose
it is not expensive. 13 not a lexeme and
in the blsurated form will not Injure the
stoma h It comes onlj In powder form
and tsMft. Trv If nnd forif.t inn e "i
wre troubled with I'prp-M 'jr In-J -53ion
and clime has never admitted that the
seetnlnR discontent of the subject?
has ever had reasonable grounds for
I existence. The ruling class psychology
oi every age nas registered with
monotonous repetition the active love
of repression and of uncompromis
ingly stamping: out by force all un.
The writer seriously believes that
tbe German nation must be fought
until crushed and that the many
citizens at home should be persuad
ed to recognize this as the present
and overmastering problem, but Is
history to repeat Itself In matters
of ruling class psyscholoey. where
the hand of repression Is heavy, but
the will to correct Is utterly lack
ing? The hand that is powerful enough
to repress is also strong enough to
correct and unless the writer mis
Judges the temper of our citisenry.
it is an almost irretrievable blunder
on the part of our "rulers" to serious
ly attempt to crush without a cor
responding move to correct the con
ditions real conditions that lie at
the base of the nation-wide nnrest
A. T. Taylor.
Judge Howe Tries 3
Cases Before Juries
In Hour and Quarter
Another speed record was made
the 34th district court Wednesday
morning by Judge W. D. Howe, who
tried three iu.-y cases in onu hour and
IS minutes. In each case, a jury was
cmpaneiea. evidence from the com
mitment courts was read and argu
ment heard. The cases, with their
respective results, were:
Arthur Moore, theft from person,
two years. Robert Huitron. burglary,
two years, anil Manuel Orhnn bure.
lary. tio years' susoended sentence.
by a woman. Tor the Free Trial.
THE SUMMERS MEDICAL CO., Women's Dept. T South Bend, Ind.
Mr ' -- ' rtnedies are sold by many Druggi&ts.
Could Not Eat or Sleep
Made Well By PER UNA
Mr. William E. Denny. 1023 Pari:
Are, Springfield, Ohio, writes:
"I find great pleasure in writing
you angj thanking you for what Pe
runa has already done for me. I
I hare been troubled with catarrh for
years, and it had affected my head,
now. throat and stomach, that I
couki not eat nor sleep with any sat
"1 have just taken three bottles. I
can eat most anything and am greatly
JwKercd of nervousness, so that when
I Me down I can sleep without the
least trouble. recommend H to aU
those who are sufferers of that dread
ful disease, catarrh."
Those who object to lisuid medi
ernes can procure Peruna Tablets.
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tion to accounts sent to us through the malls.
Our free booklet "Banking By Mail" explains our method of bandlir4
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ana you will be under no obligation.
We operate under the guaranty fund law of the State of Texas.
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Kl Paso. Texas
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INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
C. R. MOKKHEAD. President. C. N BASSETT. Vice President.
JOSEPH MIOOtTLN. VI re. free. CEO. D. FXORT. Cashier.
I- J. GILCmUS T. Asst. Cashier.