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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, Oct. 28, 1918.
I WOMEN OF AMERICA HAVE DEMONSTRATED REAL j
I PATRIOTISM IS
I GIVE PLACE TO
"pHE enemy said at the outbreak of
1 the war that the Americans -would
never fight ; that we were a race
softened by luxurious living:.
Wnat do you suppose is the opinion
of that enemy sow. in the fact of oar
wonderful achievements here in our
owe country and at the front? Is It
a decadent race whose soldiers stand
rn the decks of sinking ships and
sing as they bo down? Or a soft
race which answers the call to arms
as quickly as did our nation coming
up to every requirement with wealth,
labor and sacrifice?
Our women, some of whom have
tost all they bold dear, have not
stopped to grieve, but have locked
their sorrow in the innermost
depths of their hearts that they may
carry on; that their labors may help
bring right to the world, so that their
own loved ones may not have died In
The work being done bv the women
of El Paso Is typical of the work be
ing done by the women nil over the
AftPr It has been paid of the
American people, especially of the
women, that they, on account of their
TOOK HOUR 10
K A BLOC
Had to hobble around on
two canes; able to work
first time in years since
"I hadn't been able to do a day's
work in four years when X began tak
ing Tanlac, but X have gained thjrty
pounds and am now putting in fall
time every day." said J. C Fischer,
of Edmonds, Oklahoma.
"Four years ago, he continued. "I
was down with typhoid fever that left;
me po weak and rundown I-could just
manage to hobble around on my two
canes and It would actually take me
an hour to go a block sometimes. X
had catarrh badly and It gave me so
end of trouble. My appetite was poor,
and even- the lightest food I could
get would upset my stomach. X was
miserable night and day and took 'all
kinds of medicines without getting
"I begun to pick up Immediately
after I started on Tanlac and after X
finished my third bottle. I threw
away my canes and went back to
work. I kept on taking Tanlac. "have
row taken five bottles, haven't missed
a day's work since the catarrh has
disappeared, X can eat Just anything
I want to, sleep like a log and I sure
thank Tanlac for my recovery.
Tanlac is sold by Kelly & Pollard,
Inc. and People's Drug Store. Adv.
Will Take Off
Ail Excess Fat
to you know that there is a simple,
harmless, effective remedy for over
fatness Jhat may be used safely and
secretly by any man or woman who
is losing' the slimness of youth?
fa, I - . j ; i .i 1
thebl.T form ortnenow 1 rLES!
Marmola Prescription, known as Mar
raola Prescription Tablets. You can
well expect a reduction of from two
to four pounds a week without dieting
"r exercising. Marmola Prescription
Tablets are cold by all druggists at
T5c for a large case, or If you prefer
you can order direct from the Mar
raoli Co . SSI Woodward Ave.. Detroit.
M ch ACv
V.boct oration If Hunt's Sarr.
falls In UlA tTMUn.nt nt lfem
Tetter. Ringworm, Itch. etc. Iwnl
Demise wkwiivn oecanse Olttcr
treatments tailed. Hunt's Salv.
has relieved fcnnareds of ittdi eaaes.
Ton can't los. on onr Uowt
Mwxuomit4. rrr it si our mc
TODAT. price TV at aras stores.
A. s, Richards GaSbercan.Tex
When business garb becomes
saturated with TOBACCO smoke,
COAL smoke, STREET dust and
GRIME, a. trip through our
CLEANING plant's the thing!
Wo FRESHEN up, BRIGHTEN
up. and RESTORE worn olothes
SAVE them for another season or
SMOKE W- X ft
so from the ATTIC or RAG man.
When our expert DYERS, MENDERS and PRESSERS get
through with them, they LOOK fit, and ARE fit and respectable
Our CHARGES are trifling for snch work especially when you
take Into account WHAT WE SAVE you In outlay for NEW.
From the standpoint of ECONOMY and COMMON SENSE, call
EL PASO LAUNDRY
I Will Pay PAR Flat for Your 3 Per Cent.
Win Par O&00 Per tlOuM for All Other Issues.
Draw Through Any Bank.
JOHN B. OLDHAM, Dallas
Sealer In Texas Bonds Since 1893.
IN THEIR HEARTS; FRIVOLITIES j
DESIRE TO GIVE REAL SERVICE I
By OLLIE P. LAX5DEX.
delicate rearing, would never stand
the test of being tried In the fire of
war, is It not rather Interesting to
note that the first of the women to
respond to the call to arras were
those women of the circles of hiRh
est culture, education and luxurious
homes? These women work siae oy
side with the laboring woman, who,
after working hours, in which they
earn their dally bread, go out to do
their part toward winning the war,
their efforts glorified by the spirit of
lias the fart that America, be
cause she has been able to give
her sons and daughters advant
ages out of her bounty, taken
anything from the hravrry of onr
men many of the mere boys nno
have to be held back that they
may not single banded and
alone over the top of the trenches
of the enemy t
Has luxurious Ilvlnir made anv less
brave our rrirls who nurse the sick
and wounded In France, staying right
by their posts while a mercilers en
emy bomns even our hospitals?
une or tne ki I'aso women was re
cently called to an eastern camp on
account of the illness of her son. She
went and nursed him until he was
on the road to recovery- She saw in
the city where her son was stationed
and In other cities of the cast that
soup kitchens were being established
that no one of the ill need suffer
for nourishment. Immediately on
coming home she inaugurated the
id ex which was at one enthusias
tically received by the El Paso wo
When some one spoke to her In
appreciation of all the philan
thropy she has done In the past
and is doing now. she replied from
the depths of her great mother
hearts "IXorr can I do lessf My
own boy was spared to me.
Not only have kitchens been op
ened that the soup shall be supplied,
but the women and girls are going
out to find the needy and in many
cases they are feeding the feeble
with their own hands.
These are not the charities
where the women hold their
dainty skirts aside and leave to
their maids and rhanffeur the
dlspensin of their bounty. They
nre themselves mlnliterlnc to the
W.L. Booth, of Tucson, Former El
Pasoan, Gets Commission In Army !
T L. BOOTH, of Tucson. Ariz, ar
li rived Saturday afternoon from
Amarillo and spent a few hours with
his wife and daughter. Rosemary, en
route to San Diego, CaL, where he will
enter the aviation construction de
partment, having received his com-
mission as first lieutenant. Mr. Booth
was born In El Paso, wehere he has
many friends. He Is the son of Mrs.
Thomas Booth and the brother of the
Misses Lillian and Gladys Booth, of
Lieut, and Mrs. H. P. Philips and
two daughters, Harriet and Betty,
are In El Paso for a few days, the
guests of Mrs. B. D. Boswetl. of 1713
Wyoming street, en route to Big
Springs to visit Lieut. Phillips's par
ents. Lieut. Philips, who Is In the
medical corps, was stationed In Ma
nila for some time, but was recently
with the American expeditionary
forces la Vladivostok. Siberia.
Mrs. J. F. Klrkpatrlck. publicity
agent of the women's division of the
I nlted war work campaign In New
the Paso Del Norte and will be here
until Tuesday, when she leaves for
Mrs. J. M. Harvey, of Toungstown.
O- who was here for the past two
weeks to be with her son. Lieut. J. M.
Harvey, who was 111 of pneumonia at
the base hospital, left for her home
E. S. Hearing, of Denver, Colov, for
mer resident of El Paso, arrived at
Hotel Sheldon Satnrday on his regular
routine visit, and will probably re
main in town about a week,
Capt Thomas Llgon. stationed here
until recently with the Fifth cavalry
and now an instructor at the officers'
iraining camp at Camp Stanley, spent
lie week end In El Paso.
Mrs. C. A- Martin, wife of Col. Mar
tin, commanding officer at Camp
Cody, Is here from Demlng and is a
guest at the Paso del Norte.
Miss Marilee Holland, of Lake
"har!es, Louisiana. Is tie house guest
.if Miss Alleen Moore at the Moore
home on Campbell street.
Lieut. Charles F. Toms, of Adams,
sick and needy, comforting the
dying and soothing those left be
hind. Again the question: "Are the wo
men who do these things of a weak
race, shrinking from the elemental
things of life?
Mrs. X S. Peatross. chairman of
the women's war savings stamp com
mittees, remarked that could the kai
ser see for Just one week the spirit
of self sacrifice shown by the young
and old that they may buy these lit
tle stamps which are doing a work
of such magnitude so out of propor
tion to their size, he would not think
such people conquerable.
There are the old, the youn; the
rich, the noor and little children.
happy and earnest in their all Im
portant tisk of helping Uncle Sam,
as true soldiers In their small way as
are their older brothers, fathers and
cousins In France who are sacrificing
all. If needs be. that the nation may
not perish from the earth.
One 10 year old vounrster from
one of the city's wealthiest families,
all unknown to his parents, so ar
duous Is be in his interest In buying
uinxt stamps, cut the pictures out of
the funny naner. and. P&stintr them
on postal cards, went out among the
neighbors to sell them for five cents
each. When his mother took him to
task about It, he replied ruefully:
"welL we have to lick the kaiser.
don't we? And they were perfectly
good post cards, anyway.
An old. old woman worked at
mending in the quartermaster's of
fice and so saved enough to buy 550
worth of thrift stamps. Out of her
wages she Is again saving to buy a
This spirit behind the nfn
across the sea Is one of the kal
nrri greatest raensees.
The statue of Libertv stands in the
midst of all these endeavors, and as
each caisson passes under her shadow
its flair draped burden rlvert In the
sacrifice supreme, the women go on
even more than ever determined to
do their little sacrifice toward the
cause of Liberty and so they wend
their way to the Red CrossTork shop
to sew and make surgical dressings;
to the hospitals to care for the tick,
and, where possible, to the bank to
add a bit more to the fund that may
ineip mane uoerty's cause truly tn
nmphant. Ieu. arrived in El Paso Sunday night
ana rcgisierea at aiotei sneiuon.
E. R. Stlllman. a banker and busi
ness man of Sierra Blanca. Tex., Is
registered at Hotel Sheldon.
J. T. Kees. of Csdera. Chile, S. A,
is a visitor In El Paso Monday, reg
istered at Hotel Sheldon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vandervort. of
Lake Charles. La, are In the city
Mrs. J. R. Shupp. of Duncan. Ariz,
arrived la El Piso Monday to visit
Automobiling and Outings,
Sundar was a beautiful day and
quite a number of people spent the
day In the open. There were a num
ber of horseback rides, golfing parties
up the valley on the links at the
country club, motoring parties np and
down the valley and a number of El
Pasoans spent the week end with
friends down the valley.
Among the golf players going tro
the valley for luncheon and playing
goii in tne axiemoon were: jurs. it. tv.
McAfee, Mrs. Waters Davis. Mrs. Will
K. Marr and Mrs. E. E. Neff playing
CoL F. W. Glover. Col. John A. Wag
ner. K. w. McAfee ana E. E. Neti
formed a foursome.
W. W. Carpenter. W. H. Shelton, H.
i. tirxson ana i: w. morion piayea to
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Dunn and Misses
Helen and Marion, were out at the
links during the afternoon.
utners going out were j. tnruss.
A. a. Trost. E. I Baker, w. iu urn nr.
Charles H. Leavell, Waters Davis. J.
C. Wllmarth, P. J. Edwards. Mr. and
Mrt. J. McDowell and daughter. Rob
ert McCarte. D. C CrowelL W. G.
wise. w. H. curtiss. Mr. ana Mrs.
Herman Andreas and P. B. Mlchaelson.
W. F. Payne announces the mar
riage of his daughter Carolyn to Lieut.
W. J. Rogers, D. C, at Chattanooga,
Tenu.. Suuday morning. October 27.
Chaplain James a, Zimmerman of
ficiated at a pretty -wedding at the
Paso del Norte Saturday, when Miss
Nina Marie Bevers, of Milwaukee,
Wis became the bride of Lieut. G.
Odin Frogstad, of the S2nd field ar
tillery. The ceremony was performed
In the presence of a few Intimate
friends. The bride was charming In
a tailored traveling suit with a hat
to match and carried an arm bou
ouet of bride's roses. Lieut, and Mrs.
Frogstad will be at the Paso del
Norte until the quarantine at the
post is raised.
Stylish Shell Moantln .
We are now showing all the newest
styles in shell mountings for both
eyeglasses and spectacles. There is a
varied range bf types and offers us a
wide choice in being able to lit you
with a pair of Glasses that are most.
When you are assured of accurately ing for some loved one. It will un
fitted lens and the most becoming
shell mountings you are sure to get a 1
pair of glasess that will give pleasing :
and satisfactory results. ;g
We especially recommend Kryptoks. i
the lens that combines near and fari
vision range, yet have the appearance ,.
oz ine orainary lens.
Need Glasses? Ask SegalL
EI Paao Optical Co. (Since 1901.)
At 10S Texas Street In the middle of
the block between Oregon and Mesa;
UMBER UP QUICKLY UNDER THE SOOTHaG,
PENETRATING APPLICATION OF
KAMUNS WIZARD CtL
Ailments of this nature can be
effectively treated with Hamlins
Wizard OiL In cases of rheuma
tism and lame back it penetrates
quickly, drives out the soreness,
and limbers up stiff, aching joints
Wizard Oil is a good, dependable
preparation to keep in the medi
cine chest for first aid when the
doctor may be far away. It is an
absolutely reliable, antiseptic appli
cation for cuts, bums, bites, and
stings. Sprains and bruises heal
readily under its soothing; pene
Get a bottle from, your druggist
for 25c and use the medicine. If
not entirely satisfied take the bot
tle back to him and he will return
If you are troubled trith consti
pation or sick headache try Ham
lins Wizard Liver Whips. Just
pleasant little pink pills at drug
gists for 25c Guaranteed.
I Things Working Smoothly at Hospital j
I At Aoy School; Aid For Well Patients
UNDER the management of Dr. V.
L. Brown, chairman o the Hed
Cross; Dr. B. E. Galloway, physician
In charge at Aoy emergency hospital,
and their assistants, work Is going
oo there in a most satisfactory man
ner. Owing to the perfect organiza
tion of affairs, the hours for the
nnrses and xolnnteer aids are not
nearly so long or so strenuous as they
were when the hospital was first
opened to the public
Money which has been donated for
the relief of the patients when they
come out of the hospital will be used
to bur groceries and other necessary
supplies lor their homes.
Thirteen natients were pronounced
cured and were discharged today, five
of them children under five years of
I Nifty Nitters Adopt Three Orphans
I And Help to Feed
THE Nine Nifty Nitters, Miss Nellie
May Bowen, Miss Agnes Stewart.
Mrs. J. Beeson Hunt, Mrs. John Alex
ander Klein, Miss Sarah Brldgers. Miss
Valerie Lorig. Miss Elizabeth Stevens
and Miss Alice Myles, met at the J. E.
Bowen home on Montana street, on
Saturday afternoon with Miss Nellie
May Bowen as hostess. Miss Mary
Hill, another member. Is In New York.
A guest of the afternoon was Mrs.
Herbert Herblne. the former Miss
Mary White, and her tiny daughter.
The meeting was an unusually hap
py affair, a sort of reunion, as the
club had not met for several weeks.
Besides knitting for the soldiers, this
little srroun has adonted three French
orphans and the girls are now going
to furnish delicacies for the patients,
at Aoy emergency hospital. During
the Festival of the Allies they decWed
not to spend any of the money they
had In the treasury for the decoration
of their float, so, with the kindness of
friends and their own artistic In
genuity, their picturesaue float was
one of the prettiest in the parade and
the money saved enabled them to
adopt one of their orphans.
The committees of the high s-hool
Girls' Square club has been having
meetings to plan work for tue en
The finance committee, with Miss
Abbie Roberts as chairman and Miss
Walker, a high sehool teacher, as ad
viser, met on Saturday afternoon and
planned that their budget of $160 be
divided among the various campaign
funds of home and foreign war work.
The program committee met Satur
dnv afternoon also with Miss Myrtle
Lee as chairman and Miss Foster, of
the high school, as advisor. The pro
gram for the entire year was ar
ranged as follows:
Nov. s Miscellaneous program.
Dec. 6 A debate.
Jan. i Patriotic program.
Feb. 7 Patriotic program,
March 7 Stunt program.
April 4 War program. .
The social committee had a meet
ing on Saturday afternoon with Miss
Mary Farls as chairman, but Miss
Bess Rutledge. who is to be the ad
viser, was unsble to be present on
account of Illness. It arranged the
Nov. 15. Bunco party.
Dec. 12 Christmas party.
Jan. 10 Mothers' banquet.
Feb. 11 Valentine special, the
guests to be Y. M. C. A. members, high
sehool boys and girls an the high
March 1 Saint Patrick's dy
May 9 May day party, the guests
to be the irirls who will enter the
first year of high school In the fall.
There will be a meeting of the rec
reation and service committee this
week to complete their program for
The devotional committee planned
the year's work last month.
Miss Virginia Dawson Is chairman
of this committee with Mrs. Howard
C Taylor as adviser. The program
Nov. St Thanksgiving service, the
subject to be "Sincerity."
Dec. 10 enristmas service; suDject,
Jan. 17 Scale of values: resolu
Feb. 21 ForglveneM.
March 21 Affection.
April 18 Endurance.
March 16 Summary of year's work.
The girls of this committee are
planning very attractive meetings.
The rooms are to be decorated In
keeping with the seasons and are to
be held in the central Y. W. C A.
The sale of stamns through the
neighborhood secretaries amounted to
$833.51 on Saturday, this being the
largest sale for one dav for several
weeks. "If something like this could
be attained every day. it would give
a more hopefnl outlook to making the
war savings quota, which is really
ithln our reach if we work hard,"
.vti Mrs. A. s. peatross. director of
wivian-s work. "Ana ir we ao make
our war savings quota It will be go
ing over the top on something quite ts
dlfflcMt as some of the going over the
top over there, and all the more to
tn faso-s creait-
"In one city In the middle west a
novel way of taking care of the finan
cial future for the men who will re-
turn from France has been Inaugu-
i ney nave a war savings cnest
for the absent men. each lamlly sav-
The Young Lady
Across The Way j
THE young lady across the way says
of course a gill isn't quite so free
to 0 and cone as she pleases as a man
is, but there's certainly much less sec
tarianism than there used to be
age. There was one death there yes
terday. Two new cases were admitted today,
making a total of S3 in the hospital
The little Catholic chisel built
about a year ago at the El Paso dairy
has been turned Into an emergency
hospital, with Mrs. Kieler Margerum
in charge. Mrs. Margerum. who is
just over an Illness herself, has had
marKed success witn tne patients wno
are there and a number of them are
convalescent. More nurses are need
The women and girls who as
nurses' aids are caring for the sick
of El Paso durinsr the esldemic both
in the homes and hospitals, are re
ceiving no remuneration from the
Red Cross, but are doing this work
both as a humane ana patriotic duty.
Idoubtedly prove a Tery practical help
to many nusoanas. zatners ana
"Mrs. M. A. Warner, captain in dis
trict No. 17. has appointed Mrs. Virgil
Traylor and Mrs. C. I. Ezell neigh
borhood secretaries In that district.
"Mrs. J. L. EssIInger reports the
appointment of Mrs. Horace Glaum
as new neighborhood secretary In her
"As many patriotic people are go
ing to give thrift and war stamps for
Christmas presents this year; the
thrift card holder Is being ordered
and Is going to prove such attract
ive holiday attire for the thrift stamps
and its big brother, the war stamp. It
will be kept as a relic of the great
war by many who receive It"
The members of toe El Paso Fed
eration of Women's clubs are giving
an Informal reception this afternoon
in compliment to tneir presiaent. jirs.
S. J. Fennell, at her home on Santa Fe
street, from 3 to 5 o'clock. This is
the day appointed as presidents' day
by the El Paso federation and an elab
orate program and reception In hon
or of the day and their president was
to have been given at Odd Fellows'
hall, but owing to the epidemic, this
plan was abandoned and the lnfomral
reception this afternoon is given in
stead. M-s. Fennell was presented with a
gold mounted fountain pen, engraved
with her monogram. Mrs. Donder S.
Carter, first vice president, made the
presentation speech In behalf of the
Mrs. Fennell has faithfully served
as president for two years nd the
members are keenly disappointed be
cause they could not make this a pub
lic affair, but. owing to the epidemic.
plans had to be changed.
The committee In charge of the af
fair are Mrs. Julia A. Sharpe. chair
man: Mrs. Fonder S. Carter. Mrs. O. A.
Critchett, Mrs. L. G. Malone and Miss
Jessie E. S. McDonald.
The headquarters of the comforts
committee of the Navy- league In the
Popular will be closed until further
announcement, on account of the in
EI Pasoans A may.
John F. Weeks left Saturday after
noon for Valentine. Tex., on business.
Mrs. Louis Lay has gone to Pecos
to attena tne oeasiae ot cer motcer.
Mrs. F. W. MltohelL who Is very ill.
Dr. R. L. Harney was called to Will
cox. Aria- this, afternoon to attend a
patient. He will return Tuesday at
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lambeth and
two sons have gone to Memphis. Tenn..
where they will be the guests of
friends for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan T. White and sons.
Dan. Jr.. and Billy, accompanied by
Wade Hamel. are snending a few days
at t,iepnant liutte cam.
Miss Mabel Wilson, daughter of Mrs.
C Wilson. 1109 Arizona street, has
left for Washington. D. C where she
expects to do government dutv.
A letter from Mrs. F. A- Graves, at
Los Angeles, states that Ed. Schultz.
who has been seriously 111 for several
weeks. Is Improving, which his many
El Paso friends will be glad to near.
Mrs. s. p. weislger left Saturday
for Washington. D. C visiting e.
route in New Orleans and points in
Mississippi, to Join Ma "Welsiger. who
left a month ago for Washington,
where he Is In the offlccof the ludce
aavocate general department.
Mrs. g. w. ciinrcn Is leaving this
evening, accompanied by her small
son. Northrop, for No gales to Join her
husband. Lieut. Chnrch. who Is to be
stationed there for temporary duty
with the Seventh signal corps bat
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wolff, accompanied
by their daughter. Mrs. Leo Gale, left
Monday afternoon for Tampa. Fla
where they go In response to a tele
gram from tielr daughterlnlaw. tell
ing them, of the serious illness there
of their son, Alfred, with doable pneu
Nervous and Restless, and Kept Get
ting Worse, Says Arkansas Lady.
Cardni Brought Relief.
Marmaduke. Ark. Mrs. Mary E.
Hill, near this place, writes: "I was
In a very wretched state of health. I
would be in bed two or three weeks at
a time . . . and would have fainting
spells. I was so weak and. Oh! bow
my back hurt roe. X was so nervous
and restless I couldn't sleep didn't
have any appetite and kept getting
worse. Every one was so uneasy
I cannot exactly describe two awful
spells Z had ... I had a shortness of
breath and would smother at night. I
couldn't move or cry ont. I felt like
I would die. My limbs would get
numb and feel very uncomfortable.
We used many medicines, and I didn't
I had read of Cardul In the Birthday
Almanac and had often beard that It
was a good medicine. I began to take
It according to directions and began
to improve. I soon was strong and
able to do raj, worki I cannot praise
Cardul enough. I have every reason
to believe that It saved my life
Tested and proven In every way by
many women, over a period of more
than 0 years. Cardul has attained Its
present high standing and popularity
because of the satisfactory results se
cured from Its use.
If you are weak and run-down, and
need a goo reliable, tonic medicine.
try Cardul. druggists Adv
Grass Good Around There;
Tulia Cowmen Shipping
Many Cars to Market.
Reporting to the Panhandle and
Southwestern Stockmen's association
In El Paso. Inspector James R. Ross,
Lovington. N. M.. told of general rains
and good grass In parts of the county,
and said that he had several applica
tions for membership in the associa
tion as soon as shipments can be
Inspector J. F. MeBonald. Tulia,'
Tel.. reported heavy rains from Octo-
from Oct. la to 23. Shipments fromjgtate commerce commission Is expect'
tnis section to Kansas roarnci
Tulia. T,ex. Burleson Bros., four
cars of cows and steers; Douglas &
Hazlewood. five cars of cows and can
ners; P. L. Hancock, four cars of
yearling steers and heifers; J. C
Co wen. two cars of cows; Kikes &
Parker, five cars of cows, calves and
yearlings; J. P. Hawkins, one car of
cows; S. B. Dwinddee. two cars of
cows and bulls; Tucker & Barnes, six
cars of cows and bulls'.
Lockney. Tex. Miner Crawford, ten
cars of cows and setters: Frank Dod
son. one car of cows and steers.
Platnview, Tex. Tom Keenan, four
cars of yearlings and steers; Fred
Shrier. six cars of cows and calves.
Nine cars of cattle shipped by Kraft
& Madero, of Mexico, have reached
stockyards here: atso 14 cars of cattle
shipped by Babilon Development Co.
4bout El Pasoans.
Mrs. Wm. Wals Is reported much
Miss Anne Johnston Is mt after a
Miss Anna Windberg. who'has been'
seriously III. Is reported out of danger
Jack Patton Kennedy, who has been
seriously 111 at Hotel Dleu for some;
time. Is stilt very 111.
Miss Lola Courtney spent the week
end as the guest of Miss Mary Lou
Smi thermal! at Ysleta.
Miss Marv Hubbard went down the
valley for the week end and was thei
guest oi Mrs. Aioert iong at mc t al
Miss Margaret Moore, daughter ofi
Dr. and Mrs. N. T. Moore. Is very 111
with Influenza, at her home. S13 North
Miss Katherlne Petaer. daugnter oi
Mrs. Clara S. Petser, who has been
ill with Influenza at her home on
Brown street, has recovered.
Miss Maudie Monroe, who has been
111 for the past two weeks with In
fluenza and pneumonia, is still con
fined to her home, iosi 3iaaera street.
Mrs. James Lee Hebberd. formerly
Miss Lauramaud Fink, Is seriously lit
with pneumonia at the home ot her
mother. Mrs. W. W. Fink, on Magof
Word has Just been received by his
mother announcing that Lieut. Pat
XorcoD has received an appointment
as first lieutenant- He is stationed at
Camp Funston. but will leave shortly
for duty overseas.
Both Misses Enid and Marion
Alnsa, who have been flu are con
valescent at the Alnsa home on Mesa
avenue. Upon their recovery they
will take their contemplated trip east,
going to New Tork and Washington
for the winter.
News has been received here that
Mrs. Archie Pratt Nickels, former
teacher of languages in the El Paso
high school, has been appointed as
high school . supervisor of romance
languages In the state department of
education. Mrs. Nickels was granted a
leave of absence from the El Paso
high school and accepted a fellowship
in the university which she has re
sicned in order to fill the present po
sition under the new state superin
tendent. Miss Blanton. She will be
located in Austin during her term of
Dinners and Luncheons.
CoL P. H. Scholey. who has been
spending some time In Cloudcroft and
El Paso, left for his station Saturday
evening, entertaining at dinner at the
Harvey house prior to his departure,
with covs laid for the following:
Dean and Tlrs. S. H. Worrell. Mrs. TV.
S. Tilton and Mrs. Kenneth Ollvor.
Miss Blanche Campbell and Mrs.
Elizabeth Hunter entertained the T.
W. C A. secretaries at dinner, Sunday
evening, at the home of Miss Camp
bell. 1111 North Florence street. Those
present were Miss Elva Sly. Miss Edna
Harman. Miss Luta Deyo. Miss Helena
Huffaker, Miss Dura Gilbert and Mrs.
Annie Decker. The decorations and
place cards were In the Hallowe'en
El Pasoans Reluming.
Mrs. S. Overstreet. who accompa
nied the remains of her husband to
their old home in east Texas, will re
turn to El Paso Tuesday. Her two
sons, who were quite ill when she
left are both improving.
Rev. Dwight J. Bradley, who ar
rived some time ago from San Fran
cisco to resume charge of the First
Congregational church, of this city. Is j
.1 U V u UUUBfl cues- U L .4 k . awu .u.e.
Charles B. Stevens, at their home on
West Boulevard. Mrs. Bradley and
the children are still in San Francisco
and will join Rev. Mr. Bradley nere
El Paso & Southwestern train No. 3.
due at 3:40 p. rn was scheduled Mon
day to arrive at 5:50 p. ra. Texas c
Pacific train No. 1. due at i::45 p. m.,
was marked up to 1:50 p. ra. All
other afternoon and night trains were
reported on time.
Mrs. Frank Gould Fined.
Paris. France. Oct- SS. The cor
rectional court on Saturday heard the
charges of, Frank J. Gould against his
wife. Mrs. Edith -Kelly Gould, and
Mario Cassasus. a Mexican. The court
fined the accused, who did not apepar.
50 francs each on a charge of having
had improper relations.
T'RnTT'RT V Awld trouble. Leave
J.JAmJ.Dlji-1 Baggage Checks at'
Longwell's. or Telephone No- 1.
Record Lumber Production. j
Washington. D. C. Oct. SS. Approx
imately 400.000.000 feet of yellow pine
lumber sufficient to lay a bridge
floor ZS-feet wide and one Inch thick
from the United States to France,
with 4.000.000 feet to spare was cot
In American forests and transported j
to shipyards on the Atlantic and
Mexican gulf coasts for construction
of vessels In little more than a year.'
Vienna Face. Food Crista.
Amsterdam, Holland, Oct 28. Vi
enna Is threatened with a food crisis
in the most acute form. The Vos
slsche Zeltung hears that deputations
of Austrlans have gone to Berlin and
arcsaen to oeg urgently xor immeai
ate assistance to avert the worst. The
Vienna municipality has only three
weeks rations left
Dr. Ebert. Dentist. SIS Mills Side
"Fin- Victims Burled In Trench.
Kew Tork. Oct 28. A steam shovel
was used In one of New York's ceme
teries to dig a trench In which to in
ter temnorarilv the bodies of vleJima
of Spanish Influenza. This eitrordi
narv procedure was made nece.'sarr
"Would Standardize Class
Kates in South and West.
Washington. r. C. Oct. 28. The
railroad administration announced
Sunday It had taken steps to standard
ize class rates in the west and sooth
through proposals to the Interstate
commerce commission of a xonlnr sys
tem. This would tend to wipe out
many regional differences in class
rates, dictated by state commissions,
and much discussion before the Inter-
ed before the standardized
finally Is adopted.
The new system would involve some
advances and some reductions In rates.
Similar zoning methods of figuring
class rates already are in effect east
of the Mississippi and north of Use
Ohio and Potomac rivers.
Plan Rates for Sueb. Claas.
According to this method, rates be
tween certain principal shipping cen
ters would be established for each of
the ten classes of freight shipments.
Intermediate points then would be
given certain index numbers, denot
ing the precentage of the, standard
haul to be changed from the Interme
Intricate details of the proposed
system of charges now are on file
with the interstate commerce commis
sion, which will arrange hearings
by a shortage of grave daggers, cou
pled with the large number of deaths.
"Admiral Dot" Dies.
West Plains. N. Y., Oct. Z. A few
hours after his daughter, a pneumo
nia victim, had been burled, "admiral
r-ot. ' vilely known midget, aiea nertj
last night of the same disease.
Sltoe More supplies Mexico Shoe
Machinery Co., 2IS South Oregon St.
The Came shoe- -u N. tiregos.
White Enamel for wood work: also
Bath Tab CnameL Lander Lumber Ce.
Y. W. C A. Cafeteria. 317 East
Franklin. duMIc dining room for men
and women at reasonable prices.
Does your roof nee painting? 12t
gallons Cabot's Shingle Stain at pre -
war prices. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
AND HE DIDI
f I THINK I'lL, (jO TOTrtE 2J
OF THE EFFECTS OF"
Iwont catch cold
"When I cet home. Ill tuat dnr
my feet and snuff some Kondon's
Catarrhal Jelly np my nose.
It's easy to keep a cold from coming
and I He KONDON'S It Hh
lt CATAUR 1l5tJELUY
FREE "V II Koalon- dorsa't do Wi
ioopoa headache, ware scm,
Atlna&meanoch c wJl pay jow
tor 3 applications) laocey bact
wlllbeiaulld(nrefpt Xa, KONDON'S
XOor Mine and iddira. illaneioIiw
for eaIq by H dmggiattv MtnnT
When weakened nerves fly distress '
signals, then Sensapersa will help re- !
build the systesfs wasted energies.
enrica Lue diooo, aia aigestion. create
new appetite and bring restful sleep.
Exhausted cells are re-vltallxed, and
gather np a new store of vigor and
Instill energetic health Into the Jaded
Help, yon "Over the Top.
Two sizes, 50c and SI. All druggists,
or Itio Grande Pharmacy, 500 S. Stan
ton St. Adv.
Heal Skin Diseases
It Is unnecessary for yea to suffer
with rcTema. blotches. rinCTvorra.r2she3
and similar skin troubles. Alittlezemo,
oDtainco at any drug store tor 5oc, or
$UX (or extra large bottle, acd prcmpt
fcappued oil usually give instant relief
froni itching torture. It cleanses and
toothes the skin and heals quickly and
eflectivel? most skin diseases.
Zemc is a wonderful, penetrating,
disappearing liquid and is soothing to
the most deli cats skin. IMs not greasy,
is easily applied and costs little. Get
it today and save all further distress.
Tba E. W. Row CcCcrrTiml O.
1 la 1
"Dignity." "Elegance" mi
"Service" are all embraced
in this ideal shoe for street
To secure gray shoes you
must bay them NOW. as
they Kill not be cat any more
during the "Bar.
Snown in either cloth or
leather tops vrith imitation
wing tips, welt soles, mili
kid, cloth or kid
SfZAttST StCt SiSfff
Write for Nev Fall Catalog
Our Wedding rings
Are binding things
The Jewel Shop
Beautify the Complexion
IX TE5 D ATS
The Caequaled BvrJ-
BT TH OCSAXDS
Guaranteed t r
move tn. rreexies.
etc. Extreme cues
Rids pores -and tissues of Impurities.
Leaves the skin clear, soft, hsalthr
Two sizes. Sold by leading toilet
counters or mall.
NATIONAL TOILET CO Farls, Team,
Establish c3 April. 1S3L
BANK BY MAIL
A safe and convenient way to do year
banking. We give special attention to
accounts sent to us through the rsallx.
Our free booklet. -Banking By Mali."
explains onr method of handling sav
ings accounts and checking accounts
by malL A post card will bring It
snd vnn will b nnder so oblleatlos.
! We operate under the guaranty fesd
law of tee state or Texas.
1 Paso Bank & Trust Co.
EL PASO, TEXAS
4 Percent Interest raid on STiff
Aeeonntu -t Icreei
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Capital. Surplus and Profits. 1:50.003.
Interest Paid ob Saving Accounta.
C R. Morehead. Pres.
Joseph Magoffin. VIce-prcs.
C N Cassett. Vlre-Pres.
Geo. D. Flory. Cashier.
H. W McAfee. Asst. Cashier.
f "Buying Goods
Made at Home
Will greatly increase any
dtys prosperity." At all
GLENN BROOM MFG. CO,
EL PASO. TEXAS.
We wi!l give one Thrift Stamp u
a premium for every 12 coat hasr
era returned to us.
Stalker's Flower Shop
AND BIRD STORE.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Wedding Decorations. Cat Flowers,
Ont-of-tovrn orders solicited aad
COTTON ESTATE PROPERTY
Bert Boy ra EI Pjuo
A. P. COLES & BROS., Ajenb
304 X. Oregon