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EL PASO HERALD
ILRDADS ASK IN.M. CENTRAL'S
HIGHER RATES FATEUNGERTA1N
Demands of Trainmen for
Higher Pay Are Basis of
New Plea to L C. C.
New York. Oct. 12. Coincident with
the announcement yesterday that
I . cenger trn'nmen on eastern rail
' ijs shortly wonld present demands
t r increased wages, executives of
i ."'era trunk lines arranged to meet
in Ken- York today and discuss plans
- ir.tk.ng another plea to the in
nate commerce commission for
1, sher freight rates.
: -it e' tern railroads hope, it is
i. thst the western and so'J'iiern
nisi will renew pleas for
i her rates. Ordinarily, applies --.3
for rate increases are presenter!
I', r.uely by three districts, hut In
- 1-sr case all roads Joined in the
3 . ..tion for an increase of 15 percent
i freicht rates. The Interstite
- . rp commission in it finding
June refused the Increase.
Plk. lB5k JBk
M The name "Bayer" mt
PI is an additional &i
81 means o? identify- IS
l ing True Aspirin. Wm
gl Beware of substi-
g tutes and look for jOi
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I Tnr Gmnirt o! Pcrirj" jj
HI TABLETS in Pocket IS I
9 Boxes o! 12
fi: Bottles ol 24 and 103 1C
Two Groups of Financiers
Working in Opposite Di
Albuquerque, N. U Oct. 12. Con
flicting reports relative to the future
of the New Mexico Central railroad,
raining between Santa Fe and Tor
ranee, are being circulated, while the
road remains in receivership, under
CoL R. E. Twitchell, who relieved
Judge Holloman. of the first judi
cial district at Santa Fe, has gone on
record azainst dismantling the road
between Moriarty and Santa Fe and
between Willard and Torrance, as has
been proposed by representatives oft
the new bondholders to Albuquerque!
people, according to reports at me
time of the visit of Col. O. C. Collier
to this city.
Would Hoy and Extend.
M. B. Herely. who is promoting a
railroad to give Roswell eastern con
nection, either with the ant& Fe at
Lubbock, or with the T. 1 at Mid
land, has advised Roswell people rais
ing a $20v,M0 bonus, that he contem
plates buying the Central from Tor
rance to Santa Fe and building a line
from Torrance to Roswell. to tap im
portant coal fields. I
An extension of the Central from;
Santa Fe to San Juan county, proba
bly taking in the abandoned coal
fields at Hasan, near Moriarty. is said
to be another of Herely's ideas. If his
plans are carried out a line from the
ntv -e III. .lot. .n th
iVlApadn honljtr throncrh Roswell to'
an eastern connection, opening much
rich traffic territory, may result.
II! 01 HAND
Costs $373,185 Year to Run
Them; Financial Condi
Total income for the operation of
El Paso's public schools has increased
from j::s,7J.S, in the 1912-1J1J ses
sion, to (349,(61.1 S for th e session
(losing August 31, 117, according to
the annual report of auditor and
business manager F. E. Sawyer to the
city school trustees. Disbursements
have increased in the same period
from 3173.2.18 to J373.186.5J.
That the financial condition of the
school svstem is improving, despite n,-i-an knw nt the evlst
increased cost or operation, is also ence f ammunition in the cargo of
shown in the report, for the 1912-lyl3 I tne Lusitania
session was started with a 10i.S3.k2 temporary halt In the Inquiry
overdraft facing the board, whereas- probahlv will "be ordered until an of
the 1916-1917 session opened with ajflclal statement can be had from Mr.
balance on hand of S:s,!18.71, closing- Bryan
BRYAN IS USED
He and LaFollette at Odds
Regarding Knowledge of
Washington, D. C, Oct. 18. Inves
tigation of senator LaFollette's
speech before the non-Partlsan
league at St. Paul was continued to
day by a special senate committee.
Receipt of an approved transcript of
address from the Wisconsin senator,
with a letter expressing willingness
to testify. Indicated a thorough sift
ing of the ch.irpres. Senator LaFol
lette wrote mat ne was atcmet-j
LOAN FOR BANK
IS BEING RAISED
schools during the 1916-1917 session
as &a follows.
Alamo, 21,ei.2; Alta Vista. SJO,
776.6S; Aoy. f30.S94.S5; Bailey. 117.
748.91: Beall. 830.SS1.33: Douglas. 85.-
625.78; Douglas high. SG47.61; Frank
lin. 8K.I88.ll: High. J64.7t9.4S: junior
high. 317,363.06; Highland Park. 86.
9SS.63: Lamar, f 16,943.49; Morebead,
INVITED TO 0. K. STOPPING
OUTBOUND FREIGHT AT 4 P. M.
Shippers of El Paso will meet in the
directors' room at the chamber of
commerce this afternoon at 4 oclock
to dGcuss the advisability of closing
the freight houses for the receipt of
outbound freight at 4 p. m. G. F.
Han ks, chairman of the El Paso sub
committee of the Galveston sectional
committee on car service, working
under the national defence league, j
will submit to the principal shippers!
the proposition of closing the freight I
houses at 4 ociock. xne roeeung naa
been called bv W. H. Shelton. chair
man of the transportation committee.
It Is the contention of the carriers
that such a move is necessary in the
interest of car conservation, the pre
vention of many useless claims and
delays and the most economical hand
ling of merchandise shipments by the
FINDS BORDERLAND ROAD
GOOD; DRIVING TO CAPITAL
Driving from San Francisco to
Washington, D C. in their Marmon
seven passenger car, James K. Keet
ing. wife and three children, arrived
in S.1 Paso Friday morning. They
made the trip from the coast to this
irv hv wav of the Borderland route.
A side trip was taken along the
Apache trail and the Salt river val
ley. "We found the roads in good condi
tion." Mr. Keeting said, "and I think
the Borderland la the best tail ana
winter highway in the west. We ex
pect to go from here to Fort Worth
over the proposed new highway which
the state is improving. From For
Worth we will go to St. Louis and
from there to Cleveland, where we
will strike the National pike, or the
Old Cumberland road, which we will
t:ike to Washington."
COAL OFFICIAL, STRUCK
BY AUTOMOBILE, DIES
TVnver, Colo.. Oct. 12. J. Vaught
S Kman, secretary and general coun
. 1 of a large fuel company here, who
u struck by an automobile at a
downtown street corner Wednesday,
died this morning. J. B. Bryant was
charged by the police with careless
driving In connection with the case
Bryant said he, Frank Chase and an
'-nploye of Bryant's were in his car
at the time it struck Sickman. Chase
and the employe carried Sickman in
! ween some automobiles standing at
the curb and left him there, he said,
rt-turnine: to the car. which Bryant
then drove down the street, looking
for a place to park It. All three
returned later. Bryant said, but when
they reached the place they had left
Fickman he had been removed.
Mexicans Respond to Pro
ject of National Bank of
Issue in Capital.
G. M. Seguln. Mexican consul gen
eral, has received a letter from presi
dent Carrania announcing that there
has been a prompt response through
out the republic to the movement
inaugurated in the state of Mlchoa
can for the popular subscription to
the loan authorized for the establish
ment of the sole bank of eraisaion.
The letter announced that persons
iriahim to contribute can do so by
; quoted in his statement that former l depositing their funds with agencies
designated: by we treasury f- k .
ment In all the capital cities anu
a 1 a 1 antnt
A hanking institution will be des
ignated in Mexico City which shall
issue temporary certificates, which
later can be exchanged for permanent
ones. They will have values of 820.
3100 $590 and 81000 each in American
gold! Persons contributing less than
820 will be given fractional certifi
cates, Wnicn Will oe uniiBi:u 11
they reach the minimum amount.
Certificate Bear Interest.
Thes- certificates will bear inter
act t the rate of five percent ne:
annum, beginning two years after
Anrll. 1918. The bank will start
Oieration with a minimum of 3500.
00.0Q capital. The national govern
ment will make up the amount
needed. It will also add to the capl.
According to the letter received by
Mr. Se train the first contribution to
the loan came from the state of Chi
huahua and was made by military of
ficials. It amounted to approximately
322.000 nesos national gold. It Is es
timated, Mr. Seguin said, that the en
tire amount of the 310O.ooo.O0O loan
authorised will be taken up.
with 83,394.37 in bank to be carried
over to the session just startea.
Much Money for llulltllng.
The building fund shrank from
310ii.371.54 at the end of the 1915-1916
session to 38S.066.70 at the close of the
1M6-1917 oerlod. due to a Da merit of!,..,iii inin iieRtion and In what re
3332,941.33 on the high school, andispect its correctness is questioned.
361.874 21 on Alto Vista .together with Asks To Call Witness.
A U'JIHIKI I 1 III 'II U 1 uiaujiai 1UCUIB.
The cost of operating the various
"Permit me to say." reaa me iviier.
"that if it Is the purpose of the com
mission to make an Investigation as
to anv statement of fact in the speech
that I request that the committee ad
vise me what statement of fact is so
"Furthermore, if any issues of fact
-.re to be raised by testimony con
cerning any statements in the speech
then I ask to be accorded the right
to question any one so testifying and
that I be permitted to call witnesses
to meet the testimony which may be
"If the spech fg to be otherwise
Questioned, or my right to make it
considered by the committee, then I
314.175.67; San Jacinto. 818.673.39: Vi- respeciiuiiy request mat i e
mLu.1-4VralnigOPdepanment: 'is"-! ?en opportunity to be heard thereon
S9fi 10 I persim ami oy wuutri.
Th.rncS.n'fhr-renoMl. Senator LaFollette s letter rald.h
..iii , f i had spoken . extemporaneously. Be
cause digressions and questions rrom
the audience caused him to abandon
taale showing the growth of the
scholastic population of the city. The
number of eaucables In 1910-1911 was
7106, and ft increased until the pres
ent figure. 17,450. was attained.
During that period the city school
tax rate ranged from .3573 in 1914
1915 to .47 in 1916-1917, and the state
appropriation for the system in
creased from 46,189 to 3130,875. The
city appropriation grew from 3135,005
to 1233,063.60. and that from the coun
ty increased from $3003.70 to 35758.20.
Cos $40 Per Student.
The average daily attendance in the
city's schools was 3990 in 1910-1911.
and increased to 8348 in 1916-1917, the
cost per student increasing from
345.875 to 340.251 in the same period.
The low mark for this was in 1913
1914, when it cost 336.823 per student.
BEEN ROBBED OF FIXTURES?
DETECTIVES HAVE QUANTITY
Examination of 3400 worth of new
nickel plated brass plumbing fixtures
held at the police station is invited
by the city detectives, who are en
deavoring to find who the property
belongs to, aud complete testimony
against three Mexicans under arrest,
charged with theft. The fixtures, the
detectives saia, were soia zor z.aw
and recovered. A fnnd of 3700 has
been given by the plumbers' union to
help prosecute this sort of thefts, a
If any person has lost plumbing fix
tures from washstands, bathtubs and
sinks, they will be welcome to iden
tify the stolen stuff, it was ex
plained. Arouses the Liver and Purities the
The Old Standard general strengthen
ing tonic. GKOVFS TASTELESS chlU
TONIC, arouses the liver to action,
dries Malariva out of the blood and
builds up the system. For adults and
children. 60c. Adv.
There were two Interruptions
from the audience," said senator La
Follette. "not shown in the official
transcript. One is the question
how about the Lusitania" Of course
ill that I said upon that subject was
said because of this interruption. I
had no intention of referring to it.
The Xew York Times report of the
meeting and other press reports
show this to be as here stated and it
accords with mv recollection."
Lee Xewraan handles moie tene
ments than any three firms in town
Why let him handle yours and you
have the answer. Adv.
LAX-FOS An Improved Caneara.
A digestive liquid laxative, cathartic
and liver tonic Combines strength
with palatable aromatic taste. Does
not gripe or disturb stomach. 50c
Notice, Tenement Owners.
Lee Newman can get more money
out of your property, at a less cost,
than anyone else. Ask his cleints.
Phone 4604. 905 S. Kl Paso. Adv. i is charged
Fi. Worth Operator
Lands In Jail After
Exciting Hotel Fight
"Battling Dan" Carrigan. who an
nounced he is a telegraph operator
from Fort Worth. Texas, en route to
Phoenix. Ariz., lost the decision in one
of the most exciting downtown bouts
staged in these parts in many a day.
which took place Thursday evening at
6 oclock in the lobby of the Paso del
Norte hotel. The final round was
witnessed by a crowd estimated at
500 men and women.
Witnesses said that upon enterting
the hotel lobby. Carrigan. who
weighed about 140 and who appeared
io db iiigniy ciHiuiBun, out. .cu
ing to a soldier. Something was said
and Dan was given a rap to the Jaw.
Carrigan retaliated with a right hook
to the chin and was given the first
round bv the scorers present.
Police judge Charles Pollock, seeinir
the soldier in distress, went to the
rescue and "climbing through the
ropes." engaged the battler, only to
receive a kick In the ribs.
Patrolman Frank Olmstead and two
provost guards rushed into action.
The fight was then carried to the
street and by their combined efforts
the officer and provosts got Carrigan
down. A flow of profane language
from the battler caused the officers to
gag him with a handkerchief.
A call was sent to the police station.
Carrigan having in the meantime
gained bis I eel. ilotoreycie oincers
Charles Woods and J. A. Wilson
dashed to the rescue Carrigan was
thrown into the motorcycle side
basket, but he overturned the machine
and got on his feet again. Then the
patrol motor was sent for and finally
the man was taken to a cell at the
station with a bad braise on his head.
The fifth round will take place this
afternoon in corporation court. He
QUESTION STILL UP, WHAT
NATIONALITY ARE LEPERS?
"Whether the ten Mexicans deport
ed from Silver City. N. M-. to Juarex
by way of El Paso are American or
Mexican residents has not yet been of
ficially announced by the Juarez au
thorities." said G. M. Seguin. Mexican
consul general. Friday morning. The
consul said that he had requested the
Juarez authorities to make a thorough
Investigation and to submit their re
port to him In writing. He said he
expected to have the report this even
ing or Saturday morning.
The two women and one man who
are said to be afflicted with leprosy
have been isolated in a house in Jua
rez. They are being cared for by Jua
rez phySlcians. The cases are said to
have been diagnosed by them as lep
rosy and every effort is being taken
to guard against the spreading of the
disease in Juarez.
of eTery buyer of groeerie and meats in EI Paso is called to the fact that our prices are much lower than
those asked by other firms and the quality of our zoods is second to none.
Again and Again We repeat
It Pays to Pay Cash and Pay Less.
STANDARD STORES SATURDAY SPECIALS
Pancv Concord Grapes new crop just in per basket 36c
Large Size Jelly Glasses, per dozen. . . . Vi2
GOLD COIN FLOUR f 24 Pound Sack for $1.65
Best for Pastry 1 48 Pound Sack for $3.25
MOSES BEST FLOUR j 24 Pound Sack for. $1.70
Best for Bread 48 Pound Sack for $3.40
Maricopa Butter fresh and sweet, per pound 53c
Blue Ribbon Eggs, per dozen 50c
Sunflower Eggs, strictly fresh, shipped direct to us from Kansas
farms, dozen 55c
2 Packages National Corn Flakes for 15c
2 Tall Cans Domino Asparagus for 25c
Silver Flake Rolled Oats, large packages, new pack, per package.". . .11c
Gold Medal Rolled Oats, large packa ;es, extra fine quality, 2 pkgs. for 25c
MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIAL
U. S. Inspected Meats
Home Killed, Fresh Dressed Hens, per H 26c
Home Killed, Fresh Dressed Fryers, per lb 35s
Fancy Shoulder of Beef, per lb 17c
Fancy Beef Stew, per lb 12
Fancy Round Steak, per lb 25c
Fancy K. C Quality Sirloin Steak, per lb 30c
Fancy Veal Shoulder, per lb 17c
Fancy Veal Steaks, any cut, per Hj 30c
Fancy Veal Stew, per lb 12V4c
Genuine Legs of Lamb, extra nice, per lb. .32e
Fancy Prime Rib Roast, Standing, per lb. . .22V2C
Fancy Prime Rib Roast, Relied, per lb 30c
Fancy Home Made Frankfurters, per lb... 22 Vic
Fancy Fresh Oysters, recerred daily, per pint. .25c
Fancy Sugar Cured Merit Hams, per lb 31c
Fancy Sugar Cored Breakfast Bacon, by the
half or whole strip, per lb 41c
CONSUL GETS WORD THAT
RAIDERS TOOK 12 HORSES
A report has been received by Mex
ican consul general Guillermo M. Se
suin. in El Paso, that 13 horses were
stolen from the Island in the lower
valley Tuesday afternoon by a band
of Mexican raiders from the south
side of the river, reported to have left
two of their men in the hands of
American patrol soldiers.
A rancher, from Guadalupe, who
came to El Paso Friday, said that
there was no disturbance at his toan
and no armed Mexicans in sight. An
other report said that the 388 Mexi
leans from whose band the raiders
came are Carraaetstw from ZarasosaJ
wno Became impatient at not receiv
ins their military wages.
MEXICAN INVENTS PERISCOPE
mn I? rnD net? iu Tnrwrnrp !
ivir run uj irvcntnLj!
A periscope rifle has been invented !
by Pedro Rioseco, an engineer, resi
dent of Mexico City, accord in to ad- i
vices received at the Mexican con
sulate here from the Mexican am baa
sa dor's office at Washington. This
rifle Jias a sight so arranged that a
man usincr it in a trench can aim at
i his object without exposing himself
to the tire or the enemy, the letter
received by the consulate announces
GONZALES G0EST0 CAPITAL
TO EXPLAIN ALLEGED REVOLT
Brownsville. Texas. Oct. 1 Mexi
can troops sent into the Aldamas dis
trict of Tamaulipas last week to put
down jl rcTtorted revolution headed bv
Gen. Porffrio Gonzales, are returning
We Deliver Orders Amounting to $2.00 or Over
You Pay Cash and Pay Less
Every Day in the Week.
Location Store No. 1 Location Store No. 2 Location Store No. 3
9S-13 Mills Street Corner Kansas and Boulevard Sts. 404 San Antonio Street
Phono 3S32-3333-33S4 and 3535 Phonea 434Q and 4341 rhone hC3
Location Store No. 4 Location Store No. 5 Location Store No. 6
467 orth Orecoa Street 307 Alameda Avenue 3330 Fort Boulevard
Phone S99 Phone 1S63 Phone S71
220 MESA AVE. PHONE 2576
CASH OS CREDIT FEEE DELIVERY
Saturday Meat Department Specials
To introduce you to a 16 oz. pound of Butter
we will sell Saturday only the Famous BLUE
VALLEY Brand at -. .50c lb.
Choice Oven Roast, per pound. 17c
Fancy Hamburger, per pound 17c
Choice Beef Stew, per pound 12c
Choice Mutton Chops, per pound 30c
Choice Mutton Legs, per pound 30c
Pork Sausage, Country style, per pound. .30c
Fresh Oysters Fresh Fish Home Dressed
Hens and Spring Chickens.
Saturday Grocery Dep't Bargains!
A 50 lb. Box Winesap Apples for $2.15
Retail 4 pounds for - 25c
A 50 lb. Box Grimes Golden Apples for. .$2.15
Retail 5 pounds for 25c
Crystal VThite and Bob White Laundry Soap,
Regular Price Now. . . -. . .5 Bars for 25c
Pearline, Washing Powder, 5c per pkg.
Premier Salad Dressing (Mayonaise)
Small Bottle 20c Large Bottle .... 40c
Everything Good to Eat
pjggpjpjPjP jjpj J The Home of KracKnjaeK Servleej 3jSl f " j . I
IBl lii i fi Little
OUR advertising offer for tomorrow after
noon is of unusual interest. It is
An Asbestos Table Pad.
These pads have heavily tinned edges and w8l
last a lifetime.
Free to All Visitors.
VERY woman who visits our store tomorrow
-J. afternoon will receive free one of these
pads. No obligation to make a purchase. How
ever, while you are here we suggest that you
take time to investigate KraKajacK Kitchen
Have Ton Boncht Tour
Heatlns Stove Yett
See Oar DliDlav.
SSI It 1
Krakauer, Zork & Move's S., I.
7 San Francisco St. Telephove 1040
The Home c f KrarKajaeK Servleet I
LADIES SPECIALS FOIt S.VTln
MAY IX AVIIITK. OHEY, IV
OIIY. MAHOGANY. MIOWX
A.D 11 LACK
1.1.00 Valnrn at t&JKi
SI OO Valuea at KSJiS
10.00 Valuea nt tZJKi
S.0O Vnluex at tun
9 &00 Value at $35
CHILDIIB.S SATtrilDAY SPE
CIALS IX SCUFFKHS AM)
KLSO Values nt ?.9S
S3.00 Value at ajts
Value at fJZl
SZJO Value nt J.1.3S
Badouli Shoe Co.
103-107 San Jnelnto Street.
Between Ardoin a Confectionery
and Majestic Theater.
Opposite Caples Bids.
mar lead to chronic lung trouble, or
mean that the chronic ataff already
t reaehad. In cither case try
Thla tonic and tissue-repairer au;
plles the acknowledged benefit of
Calcium treatment without disturb.
iag the stomach. Contains no al
cohol. Narcotic or Habit-Form! og
$t alie, now 51.50. $1 -.lie, nw Me
Sold by all leading drurtist
ckn.an Laboratory. Philadelphia.
to their various atationa and the sit
uation is normal around Aldamaa. ac
cording to passengers arrtvlng; In
Matamoros from Monterey last night.
They came on the lirst train operated
between Monterey and Ma ta moras in
more than a week.
Officials in Matamoros continue si
lent coneerninc the alleged revolt, but
these passengers say Gonaalea naa
cone to Mexico City to report on inci
dents leading to his reported revolt.
HIGH SILVER PRICE BRINGS
PESOS OUT FOR REMINTAGE
Under a heavy guard a shipment of
SM.OO0 Meilcata silver pesos was
brought to 1 Paso Thursday from
Mexico City and deposited in a local
bank. The pesos will be taken to
the United States mint at San Fran
cisco for remintage. it was reported,
to make them worth St cents Ameri
Because of the high rata of silver
Mexican pesos have been melted by
the thousands and sold for bullion, it
la said, and the government has de
cided to remlnt the pesos to stop thla
SILVER COIN SMUGGLERS
OVERTAKEN; MONEY SEIZED
Because of the increased value of
silver bullion making the subsidiary
coinage worth more than Its face
value, many attempts to smuggu
these coins out of Mexico have been
frustrated. This Information was dis
closed Friday by G. M. Seguin. Mexi
can consul general. Among the large
seizures that have been made, the
consul said, were ao.Ofl pesos in one
case and S.09 pesos In another. The
money was turned over to the na
tional treasury. In accordance with
FORFIMTS SOXORA COCKSSIOX.
A concession for SIS.SSS acres of
land in the state of Sonora granted
to Manuel Martinez del Rio la 1812
for colonisation purposes has been
declared forfeited by the Mexican,
eovernment. according to an an
nouncement at the Mexican consulate
here. The government contends that
the grantee did not comply with the
terms of the concession.
TO CIVB PBOXS LAXU.
8everal of the large haciendas of the
state of Mexico, whose owners have
refused to pay the taxes assessed will
be divided among the peons who de
sire to cultivate land. This informa
tion has been received by the Mexican
DC L.V IIL'ERTA TO YUCATAN.
Adolfo de la Huerta, formerly pro
visional governor of the state of So
nora, passed through El Paso Thurs
day afternoon en route to Yucatan,
where he will take a similar position,
it was said.
Here's Your Chance!
A Hand Tailored Suit For $35.00
We made a fortunate purchase of fifty-eight pieces
of high-grade fall and winter suitings, forty-three of
which are exclusive patterns. Among thes are
Crashaw homespuns, Farnam Pepper Dots, ncver
tweeds, French twist and unfinished worsteds. Che
viots and Oxford suitings. It is one of the finest as
sortments we have ever had in our place.
They are unusual values
and will not last long at
the low price of
You'll have to hurry.
mm i i ii is ii mi i imii i i H r
2nd Floor. Gty National Bant Bldg.
El Paso, Texas.
HIGH SCHOOL Y. W. C. A.
CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED
Explaining the work of the Y. W.
C A, Miss B. Campbell. Miss E. Sly.
and Miss A. E. Rue addressed the
girls' assembly of the El Paso High
school Friday morning. The girls
were so intersted that a meeting for
organization of a high school V. W.
C. A. club will be held on Friday, Oe
tober 1. at 1:S oclock In the high
school. Miss Augusta Leeper sang.
Tne Forum Debating club held a
meeting on Friday morning. The
Sam Houston Debating club will
meet this afternoon. The Spanish
club, which has about (0 member,
and gives its programs In Spanish,
met Friday morning.
Honoring the six new sponsors,
the officers of the high school cadets
are planning to give all the sponsors
a dinner at the Harvey House and
entertainment on O to he- it. More
girls will be entertained than the IS
M'nso-s aa there arf more than U
I A hcnillfolir T? om mrnc-
Indigestion. One package
lt urovesit 25cataIIdrurrgists
New Telephone Directory
Take a RUIe through the south part
of town Count Lee Xew man's signs.
Then it t him handle our tenement.
Page Pnhlleity Ilur -i A! ertlsini; In
1 .ti irjfhes TiM.-phure nil AJi ,
All new listings and changes of every nature
must be in our hands on or before October 31st to
insure insertion in the new edition going to press
Please Call at Contract Office
Telephone Building, 510 Texas Street,
Or Telephone Contract Office, 3780.