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EL PASO HERALD
12 Week-End Edition, July 26-27, 1919.
Called io u.s.
Edinburgh Minister Asked
to Accept New York
(Continued from pace 7.)
and of course retired Trith honors
many and grateful.
The plans of the Red Cross In Italy,
With headquarters at Home, are to
take up health and sanitation; of tbe
T to perfect a national committee and
erect buildings throughout Italy's
large cities, where they do not al
ready exist, and greatly to enlarge the
work in Rome itself; and of the
Knights to create an Italian commit
tee on lines similar to tbe T. to pro
vide work in Rome on lines followed
In other cities, and extend that work
as rapidly as possible throughout the
principal Italian cities. Knights say
they are influenced by the pope to
make an exception oMtaly, their first
aim being to go to foreign countries
little If at all until work was well es
tablished in the United States. All
three organizations named report
their successes In Italy more Dro-
nounced than In almost any other
country, owing to unusual war condi
- BIshoDS. district snoerlntendent?.
editors and practically all officials of
Methodism of the north hare just held
a meeting and determined that their
centenary, observing 100 years of
missionary effort, has been in largest
measure a spiritual movement, not at
au adversely aziectea in mat direction
by the successful campaign for a
large sum of money. Their three lines
of emphasis, intercession, stewardship
and life service, outweigh in results
ine money ena. so these leaders say.
row they announce a new program
wmrn cans zor l.uu.uoo new iietn
odists by June 1. 1920. Every Meth
odlst minister ha3 been Instructed to
start forthwith a campaign on spirit,
ual lines, with membership in the
church as the goaL
This centenary conservation, planned
by these bishops and other Methodist
officials, pledges itself to see to it
that subscriptions covering f:ce years
do not lag, and are really paid. It an
nounces plans for literature and edu
cation, a stewardship -period for each
year, when money matters are attend
ed to and gotten out of the way, and
a campaign of evangelism, especially
of children, that Is to be as thorough
ly organized as was the centenary now
concluding. Method is ta are also
pledged, by this new conservation, to
get the most possible out of the pro
hibition situation and Its saving.
SERVICES BY PASTOR SUNDAY
AT CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH
George tV. McCall, pastor of the !
Central Baptist church, returned Sat-1
A Serial Of East and West.
I The Plotters
(Copyrlcht. Ills, star Compaay-1,
By Virginia Terhune .
Van de Water.
i,i,..n,i i 1
Beauty Chats By Edna Kent Forbes
Elizabeth Wonders If Her Feeling For John Butler Is
Not More 1 han Friendship.
What You Can Eat.
HAVE spent so much time telling t fats too, but In that case you must
(Continued from Wednesday's Herald.)
little ones might have a few weeks of
A Romantic spot.
For Elizabeth there was
A MOS CHAPIXS words lingered In
rx Elizabeth's mind that night after
she bad gone to Ler room.
I don't think there's the least need
of your brother's coming on to look
the farm over this fall, he had said.
Douglas Wade's sister knew that
Chap In did not want the owper of the
property on the scene Just yet. It
would not be to his interest to have
Douglas see how well the place was
looking. That bit of Information, how
ever, he would obtain from John But
ler. Amos must know this. Tet he
based some of his hope of acquiring
the property on Douglas Wade's de
ferring his visit east to a later "date.
Elizabeth understood his scheme.
women what they cannot eat when
they reduce, that I shall devote today
to mentioning a few things that they
can eat. And I want to add, in an
swer to Tanner's Daughter,1 that
the women who live on farms are
specially fortunate, because they can
halo of'ge' sreen vegetables and fruits from
romance about the place, and It was J their own gardens, without paying
associated with some oz tne nappiest tne increasingly large prices mat toe
memories of her young life. town woman must for such things.
And now she and Douglas might .i-mij- i
losfi It. The onlv thlmr that could Toa can eat Chicken, lean beef.
enable them to keep It would be
sudden and phenomenal success for
the young physician!
The girl had often remembered her
self how much depended on John But
ler's recovery. Lately It had seemed
certain that he was on the high road
to health. Tet if his Illness had been,
as Douglas bad asserted, entirely a
matter of nerves, what might be the
effect upon him of learning that his
physician and his physician's sister
had been deceiving him as to their re-!
latlons toward one another that
lean steak, lean fish, oysters, -clams,
apples, lemons, consommes, skim
milk, buttermilk, tea with lemon,
black coffee, oranges, watermelon,
eggs, lettuce, asparagrs, beets, string
beans, turnips, gluten bread, cabbage,
carrots, cauliflower, celery, corn, to
matoes, cucumbers, onions, parsnips,
radishes, spinach, squash, uncooked
This is not a complete list, nor; have
I attempted to classify the various
Items. I am simply putting In these
things to show you that eliminating
tats and starches does not cut tne
'Lizzie Moore was reallr Elizabeth
complicated as it might seem at the Wade, that the girl whom he was heart right out of your diet Toucan
first glance. Amos had asked his aon 1 1raI? to care for (she acknowl-cat most frtlits, whether listed or not,
to arrange for a loan of enough I tfee m? to .er8,e,lf n0? had. c6.1 crt bananas and grapes and figs
srs5? Ls T-!M Ton ran " 11 700 are con"
He would wait to bear definitely from J her of all thii M -
rniffnrt h.fnr. Tn.irir. off.- nc.f.a". ... . 1" tact you can reduce and eat
ff" , f i, r.Cr. tuiwra cnapm would tell mm tne -
.?e CSlS?ke 'i"8,0"" lacta. There was no way of prevent- f
ISA S lrUZSnf?JlZl?, ZA 'llfS Mas that. The dies was cast The1!
!;r: V y mischief had been done by now. John
?.VX?'Zt?'Vz.. Butler knew at this very Instant thatjl
, " ,"," ,r VC . V. " was .uougias wade's sister.
I5,ni3 S? tT'S?aon,.tha!., Sh Prepared for bed. than put on
SS&SfSKS ,nei..SLn" Uer .wrapper and slippers and walked
cut down the quantity. That's why
a siuay 01 calories is important it s
me arithmetic oy wnicn you can xig
ure out the amount of food you eat.
attentions and Anmrer.
AL B. If you can have the hairs
on tne; lace removed by the electric
needle process, you will find that tbe
most satisfactory war. If vou cannot.
pull out the most prominent hairs
with tweezers and touch the spots
with peroxide. This Is antiseptic and
a bleach too.
Peggy There Is a preparation con
taining galega which Is said to act
directly upon the mammary glands
and so to develop tbe bust. I have
the formula for it. which I will send
you if you wish, on receipt of a
stamped, addressed envelope. It Is
quite harmless to use.
Anxious Gray blue and blue of al
most any shade would be becoming
to a girl with eyes like yours. But
if you are pale, flesh pink or rose
shades would add a touch of color to
your cheeks, or at least, give an effect
Broken Hearted W. H. You need to
use a cleansing cream every day. As
soon as you have done your work,
wash with hot water, apply the cream,
work well Into the skin, wash off
with soap and water, end with an
ice rub or a cold rinse.
Butler was willing to give his ser
vices without remuneration. It was
j softly up and down her room, too
nervous to sleep, tne must tmnK out
r.nlr fvi5.e Sa.r?H.f0id.n.0a" U this man were h. to demand an
iX. T.i7 "Ct v ! explanation of her.
for, willing to help him over a hard
Elizabeth appreciated that all signs
pointed to her brother's need of funds.
She shivered a little at this consciousness.
She knew nobody else so well as
She longed to confess the truth to
him. It was not so bad after all. At
least It did not look very damning to
her. Yet from the viewpoint of the
WILL president and MrsVt'llson
be allowed to keen tbe presents
they retclred while In Europe r F. S.
A. 11 presents given president and
Mrs. Wilson as personal cifts they
man himself it would certainly not bei will be allowed to keep. Those given
pleasing. ... the president bv a p-nv.mm.nt int.ni.
sne would have to say that her . " " ; .
iSr&f' b.Z.bZ?. "Pt'TibrSiher hid told her that jJSn But- a "e United States government.
SifSEf AhlS..W",.harl was the victim of over-study and
t-a" " y jT '17Sl ''Zri' Till nervousness, increased by too much
. - uwu "iw. care from his mother anrl hv an x
aggeratea laea on her part ;
the gravity of his condition.
Nobody likes to be Informed that his
with It. Tet how he would hate to
do so how she would hate to see the
dear old place pass into other hands.
This was tbe home that had belonged
10 ner granaiainer ana ro ner lather
the home to which her parents bad
come as bride and groom, and to
which, later, they had brought their
children each summer so that the
mental attitude, and not his physical
state, has been at fault We are not
ashamed of the Ills of the flesh. We
arc horribly ashamed of any mental
To be sure she could Inform John
Butler that his mind was now all
urday from a ten days" meeting at, she laughed bitterly to herself as
Fort Stockton, ann will nrMrh a t 1 .1.- ... tv.
Fort Stockton, and will nreach at
both services Sunday. . The morning
topic will be "Tbe Monuments of
Christianity." and at S p. m. The
Severity and Tenderness of Christ"
in ere win be sDeclai music at bath
The Skin Beautifier
JLWAYS BETWEEN YOU
AND THE SUN
Pro teds the skin, relieves the "ishme1
due to perspiration and brings baci
the freshness of youth.
Tan-No-More is delightful to use
and blends so perfectly with the skit
that it is invisible.
As your beauty improves so will
your "appreciation of Tan-No-More.
' Three sizes, 35c, 50c and $1.00
Tints white and flesh
SOLD AT TOILET COUNTERS OR SENT POSTPAID
Baker-Wheeler Mfg. Co,
she reflected on the way In which
he would receive such an assurance
from her. He would resent the sug
gestion that h h.-ul ever been mental
ly unsettled In short, that ho had
been a hypochondriac What man
woulj cot be angry at such an accu
sation? She could not explain to him that It
was more his mother's fault than his.
He was not the sort of man who would
allow any one to Intimate that his
mother was to blame for anything.
She might as well be honest with
herself. She was afraid to confess tbe
truth, for she wanted to help Douglas
to the full extent of her power.
She stood still, as If a sudden self
revelatlon smote her.
Yes, she wanted to help Douglas. At
first that had been her one aim. But
now another desire exceeded that. She
wanted to stand well in Butler's esti
mation. Sbe realized that it mattered
tremendously to her what he thought
of her. She had learned to depend up
on Ma friend ship.
Was fri ends hip- the correct word?
She asked that question sternly. Be
fore she could answer It another ques
tion thrust Itself Into her brain.
Was friendship the only feeling that
she herself had for John Butler?
(To De Continued.)
Cripple Calmly Fights
0 Fire Destroying Popcorn
Plerct Rvan. who far nanv -rears
lias sold popcorn at San Antonio and
soutn Stanton streets, naa some nara,
luck Friday afternoon when his stock
of freshly popped corn caught on flrej
and damaged his machine.
Ryan calmly fought the flames, but
with little success, while excited
passersby looked on. Someone brought j
a bucket of water and helped put outj
the blaze before the fire company
of which the president was only
representative, are to remain In the
Q. IIott ran I clean an old copper
kettle! J. F. S.
A. First rub with a lemon dipped In
powdered bathbrick. When the states
are removed, wash In warm, soapy
water and then polish with the pow
dered bathbrick and a soft cloth.
Q. Wist are the duties of the secret
service eX tile United States? I. C
A. "Secret service" in its narrow
sense Is the name applied to that bu
reau in the treasury department the
duties rf which as defined by law are
to detect counterfeiting and to pro
tect the president. The term "secret
service" in its broader sense Includes
all of those agencies whlih detect vio
lations of federal laws and which keen
the government informed as to inter,
national relationships. Military intel
ligence is the chief secret service
agency in the 'broader sense and it
coordinates and uses all the lesser de
tective agencies of the government.
Q. What ta meant by he budget
system t Is It used in other countries I
A. The budget as used by the Brit
ish government contains the periodi
cal financial statements which are
laid before the parliament. It em
braces reports of receipts and expen
ditures for a prior fiscal period. These
primary estimates form the basis oi
legislation. In England, the chan
celor of exchequer submits to parlia
ment an annual statement of expendi
tures deemed necessary by the gov
ernment, lie is responsible for the
entire expenditure and must harmon
ize the estimates of the several min
isters. In the United States the
budget Is practically prepared In the
house of representatives. The secre
tary of the treasury upon the opening
of congress submits to the house a
book of estimates of expenditures
during the coming fiscal year, which
form the basis unon which the several
appropriation bills are prepared. The
British system of making up the
budget Is what Is usually meant wnen
the term Is used.
O. What language does president
Wilson spenkt T. I S.
A. English Is the only language
that the president knows.
Q. What became of the statne of
Frederick the Great that was removed
from Its position In front of the Army
War college in Washington X. It. S.
A. The statue Is now In the base
ment of the war college where It was
plpced after Its removal.
Q. What town or city In the United
States first nsed the electric street
enrf J. K. K.
A. The first practical overhead
trolley line was built and used In
Kansas City. Mo, In 1S84.
Q. What were the Stanley expedi
tions; I K. II.
A. Sir Henry Morton-Stanley, a Brit
ish African explorer, headed several
expeditions Into Africa. The first ol
these was In 1S74, when he undertook
to complete the work begun by David
Livingstone. Two later trips were
made In 1S7S and 1888. respectively.
Q. Is It true that the hands on
clocks outside Jewelry stores point to
minutes past elcht because Lincoln
died at that honrf T. II. 31.
A. This theory Is widely circulated
but Is obviously incorrect because
Lincoln did not die at that hour. It Is
said also, that this arrangement was!
used before Lincoln died. Tne best ac
cepted theory Is that this arrangement
of hands offers greatest "onvenlence
in using tbe face of the clock as a
to be quite long, appears in the upperf
part of the dial and tne wora -jewelers"
In the lesser space below.
(Any reader can get the answer to
any question by writing The El Paso
Herald Information Bureau. Frederic
J. Hiskln. director. "Washington. D. C
Give full name and address and en
close two cent stamp for return post
age. Be brief. All inquiries are con
fidential, the replies being ssnt direct
to each Individual.)
Burglar Breads Into Store;
Maizes Escape On a Bicycle
Lang's shop In the 200 block on
North Stanton street was broken
into Friday night, but the robber was
frightened away before anything was
taken. He escaped by riding away on
a Dicycie at top speea.
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SHOULD X SPLIT wrWARFlWca?- HS&SD HSS
A GAMBLER- AS $50D L&37N1GIAT
V53-SPUT FlFiy-FiFiY WITH U1AX. 1
To Get The Stock
' of the
Damon Oil Company
CLIP ASD MAIL THIS COUTON.
DAMON OIL COMPANY,
38 Herald Building.
El Paso, Texas.
Enclosed please find t for which please
send, as directed below shares of stock
at J16 per share, par value, fully paid and non-assessable. I
am buyingjhis stock with the understanding that I am to
share with Sll other stockholders. In proportion to my hold
ing. In "all profits of the company from whatever source.
Issue certificates in the name of. ...... -
j Address - .........
(Make all checks, drafts or money orders payable to DA
HON OIL COMPANY).
Damon Oil Company
A joint stock company, operating under a declaration of trust, capitalized for $200,000 divided into 20,
000 shares having a par value of $10 each, fully paid and non-assessable, each stockholder guaranteed full
participation, in proportion to his holdings in all profits of the company whether from production of oil or
gas, from the sale of acreage or from the refining of oil or the sale of refinery products.
Has Rich Holdings 4
The DAMON OIL COMPANY owns or controls under lease 229 acres in five separate tracts, each
tract in a proven field as follows:
Tract No. J Ten acres In the Tery heart of produc
tion In the Desdcmona Held, the 'Wonder Field of
Texas, Vlth material for a rig- on the croand.
Tract No. 2 Fifty acres In Comanche county n
Hhort distance from tbe Coii well and irlth well In
the process of drilling, all aronad -t.
Tract No. 3 144 acres In Mills county two and a
quarter miles from the Luckle well.
Tract No. 4 Twenty acres la 3ICuIoch county. In
the shallow well belt, surrounded on every side by
wells pumping from 30 to 50 barrels of oil per day
from-wells ranging; In depth from -00 to 400 feet.
Tract No. G Five acres In the Damon 3Iound field.
In Fort Bend county surrounded by wells ranglnc In
production from SSCO to S0.COO barrels per day. This
tract Is owned In fee and there will be no royalty to
pay, A well Is being- drilled on this tract at the pres
Oil Refinery Too
In addition to the valuable tracts itemized above from which to produce oil the DAMON OIL COMPANY
will build a refinery at Gorman, Texas, with a capacity of 2000 barrels of crude oil per day. Stockholders
will participate in the profits of the refinery as well as in the profits from production of oil from the wells it
is now drilling or will drill on its lands.
AN IRRESISTIBLE COMBINATION WIRE YOUR ORDER; MAIL YOUR CHECK
GARMON & LEWIS
308 Herald BuJIdin?.
EI Paso, Texas.
I ji ' m 'itll'" 'r i,,,-
TyT itic Tailored, sard tailored and ianc$, scores of the nev color Mrv
IN C Vr OU1XS Biae jpcll as black. toPe m nowlp laced checks tiiih
fur, bullon and braid trimmed man's have the never rich vestees Prices $50 to $125.
VT C sn4- Creal warm coals' with style in every line, loose or belled
INeW y-OOlS moJels 0f Pltah. Baffin Seal. Velour ToUL Bofoia, Polar
Camel Cloth, Crystal Cord many wiA forge collars and caffs of fur Prices $35
W OOl JjreSSeS00j Dresses made of Tricotine. Serge and
Cabardine in navy blue and colors isith pleated skirtsplain tailored or combined with
satin, Iricolclic and other materials Prices $15 lo $135.
"NLa-cu- ilt Droccoo-lVorc &an 30 Beautiful New Fall Dresses on
Vi&yf OUR -LreSSeSjpkj, Monday, made of wonderful S2fc stxcfi as
Kittens Ear Crepe, Satin, Charmeuse, Mignonelle, Puppy Skin Taffela, Tlicoletle, Mai- '
hnssee and Luxelle new sleeves and color ideas Prices $20 to $135.
Pvpnind DrPSCPC or all season we are showing many new
i-y ClUllg XJl COOCS cation &aini anJ dancing frocks, the newest half
sleeve and other new models, all colors and every one new and beautiful, trimmed in
lace and various dainty materials Prices $20 lo $395.
The new ideas are in and show Georgette
Crepe the favored materials dressy suit
blouses of dark subdued tones prevail as
Tvell as flesh and white, low and high Decks,
long or short sleeves beads, embroidered
and wool zephyr yarn trimmings Russian
, blouse effects and plain tailored models
are in favor.
f 7.50. f 18.00
New Model Corsets
New features, the extreme low bust and
extra long hips with straight lines prettier
materials than ever before Broehe silk
New pretty sweaters of soft yarns, hand
made in filet designs in slipover novelty
styles newest dainty shades and are the
very latest ideas in sweater modes you
will like them the minute your eyes are
cast in that direction.
f 17.50, f 18.00
The "Katnerine" Portraying the season's
newest. This pump is made of ihe finest
patent leather with Louis Quince heels, long
slender lines Price $11.
Just UnpackedHats For Girls
first showing of New Fall Hats for girls and misses all the newer shades and black, many
new pretty trimmings of ostrich bands and embroidered effects made of Panne and Chif
fon Velvet and the shapes are Tarns, Poke and Sailors, also many other sew shapes too
pretty, to describe.
$5,915 To 117.50
We have just received 300 newer Fall Eats that are the advance styles for the coming
season, they are display hats shown by the best New York houses, no two alike, and in
all the season's latest shades, and are suitable for immediate wear as well as later on. We
would like for you to see this display and feel sure that you would find the hat just to
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!tart Saying Buy "War Savings Stamps
We Want Your
.on our delicious
Italian Creams With
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The Elite Confectionery
Free Delivery from 7:30 a. m. to 11
p. m. Phones 347 and 343
Its Made to Walk On
61 Floor Varnish
Test it with a hammer.
The wood will dent but the
Varnish wont crack.
Tuttle Paint and
I.V EI. PASO 37 YEARS.
Kool Klean Knick Knacks
Just Opened at Our Soda Fountain.
Salads Sandwiches French Pastry Cakes Pies French Drip
The Best Egg Drinks in El Paso.
Bartender's Lemonade. ' Fiesh Mint.
Awbrey Appell Co., Druggists
213 E. San Antonio St
THE STORE WITH THE YELLOW FRONT.
Today is the Day to Place That Order.
HEID BROS. Inc.
Hay, Grain, Fuel and Building MateriaL
Phone 36. Texas and Dallas Sts.
Chicken and Rabbit Feeds a Specialty.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Capital. Surplus and Profits. fZiWjtnu.
Interest Paid on ' aTlajrs Accounts.
C R. Slorebrad. Pres.
Joseph MaenfrlD. Vice-Pres..
C. 51. nassett. Vice-Pres.
tleo. D. Flory. Cashier.
R. Yi'. JleAfee. Asst. Casler.
C. M. Nebekrr, Asst. Cashier.
IVtit codaT fot Booklet
"3." explatolEC our y
tem of recelTlne deooaits
or vaM.lL 4i cornoond
EL PASO BAJSK &TBUSTQ5.
CLPASO.TEX CAPITAL a JKIOOO-OO
ASSETS PVT. OmANOQtttHAlf MILLION
HERALD WANT ADS FOR RESULTS