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JL PASO HERALD
8 Thursday, August 7, 1919.
L. E. Smith, Well Known Here, Weds j
Miss Davidson, of Denton, At Ft. Worth I
NXOUNCEMENT has been received
of the marriage, ia Fort "Worth,
Texas, of LeDoui Klgee Smith, son
of Jlrs. Richard H. Smith, and Miss
Jess Clair Davidson, of Denton, Texas.
The wedding occurred at an Episcopal
church on the afternoon of Tuesday,
August 5. Immediately after the
ceremony the couple left for a wed
ding trip to Alexandria, New Orleans
and New Iberia, La. During their
visit In the south they will be guests
at the Smith plantation, near Alexan
dria, and will later leave for San An
tonio, Texas, where they will make
their home. Mr. Smith having busi
ness interests there. Mr. Smith Is
well known here, having come to this
city with his parents to make his
home 15 years ago. He attended the
High school and after graduation was
connected with the real estate firm
of Austin & Marr until two years ago
Soldiers Stationed At Fabens Will
Be Given An Entertainment Saturday
SOLDIERS stationed at Fabens. 01
border patrol duty will be enter
tained Saturday evening -with a pro
gram e'ven under the auspices of the
war camp community service and di
rected by Miss Vivian Brown, violin
ist The program will consist of the
Reading. Miss Margaret Lacy.
Vocal solo. Miss Josephine Turren-
Vocal trio. Miss Vivian Brown, Miss
Amelia Harper and Miss Lucille V,'at
son. Reading. Miss Helen Temple.
Violin solo. Miss Vivian Brown.
Vocal solo. Miss Ruth Brown.
Violin camouflage. Miss Vivian
Brown and Harry Stiles.
The war camp community service
gave a dance at the West Tsleta
Omntry olub on 'Wednesday for sol
diers stationed at Ysleta and nearby
outposts and including a troop of
the Seventh Cavalry. The party met
at the Khaki club at 7:15 oclock and
motored down the valley in the big
army trucks. The chaperons for the
evening Included Mrs. Ralph C. Lane,
Mrs. R J. Adams and Mrs. Ralph R.
Souers The girls in the party are1
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I Mr. And Mrs. Simmons And Dr. Brown j
Go To Attend Edw.
DR. "W. L. BROWN" left the city dur
ing the early part of the week
with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Simmons in
response to a message conveying the
announcement of the serious Illness of
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons's son, Edward,
in New Haven, Conn. Toung Sim
mons has been taking a summer
ourse of study In New Haven and
the news of his illness came as a
shock to his parents, who. with Dr.
Brown, goes to attend him, left im
mediately upon receipt of the tele
gram. Xr. Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
Simmons will remain in New Haven
until Mr. Simmons's condition is im
proved. "News has been received here of the
illness of Mrs. E. M. Lawrence, who
Is summering in Long Beach, Calif.
s. Lawrence, who Is patron saint of
"Waov Hamptop chapter of the United
Daugh4w w the Confederacy, left
.several weeks ago for the coast, ac-.
Telling Of Love Stories Is Feature
Of Party Given For Visiting Women
PRIOR to the departure of Mrs. M.
R. Bolton and her granfldanghter.
Miss Mabel Outlar, for their home, in
"Wharton. Tex Mrs. J. A. Sanders,
whoso guests they were, gave a
charming party "Wednesday afternoon
In their honor at the Sanders apart
ments, in the Coty. The drawing
room was decorated with bowls of
great shaggy white asters and the
color motif of the dining room was
pink- featured In pink roses and other
Says the famous physician, Dr.
Rheim, "and do so in no small
measure because the Americans
wear septic bridges in the month,
while the English are less addict
ed to this possible danger."
Dr. Williams realized this years
ago. Today the new system over
comes the "smelly old style
In the new system of dentistry
teeth are replaced immediately
after extraction in all cases and
This holds out the face to its
original form prevents muscle
shrinkage Come in and see this
work for yourself Gladly explain
The New System Plate
it to you.
we are the only makers of this
plate in EI Paso, and have made an
average of 3 daily for two years.
Ask your friend, he is probably
J. Hod Williams
PA IX LESS WILLIAMS'
The People Dentist.
In American Bonk BMg.
Cor. 1 Paso and Saa Antonio.
Directly across the street from
the entrance to Hotel Del Norte.
FOUR YEARS IN SAME
Phone 9S4. Ladr Attendant
W. S. S. and Liberty Bonds
are cash to as.
P. LANS DEN.
when he went to Dallas, Texas, to re
Miss Mayme Murphy became the
bride of "William Regan "Wednesday,
Rev. Fr. F. A. Upton reading the
lines of the wedding ceremonial In
St. Patrick's cathedral. The bride
wore a gown of pearl gray tricolet
with hat of black velvet. Her arm
bouQuet was formed of pink roses.
Her sister, who attended her, was
frock ed In dark blue charm e use de
signed on chic lines and worn with a
hat of black velvet Her arm bouquet
was also formed of pink roses. Mar
tin R. Sweeney was Mr. Regan's at
tendant. Alter the ceremony the cou
ple left for a visit of a month to Los
Angeles and other places on the Pa
cific cast. They will be at home upon
their return at their home on Mesa
avenue. Mr. Regan recently returned
from Prescott, Ariz., where he was
engaged In government construction
work. His bride formerly lived In
Kilburn. Wis., but has made her home
In this city for the past eight years.
members of the war camp community
service and they included Miss Laura
Nelson. Nellie Davis. Zelema New
some. Mildred Lindauer, Mrs. Alma
Sanchez. Misses Leona Fisher, Sadie
Martin, Clara McDaniels, La Pearl
Weaver. Edith Barnett, Helen Rob
erts. June Steele. Gladys Steele. Julia
Chatham? Lucile LeClere. Ruth Bos- I
serman. uentry Hudnall. Marian
Tolles. Frank del RIizo. Mrs. M. T.
Lyons. Miss Eileen Lyons. Mrs. Chas.
Aronson, Miss Sara Aronson, Miss
Wednesday evening at the Red
Cross house at Fort Bliss the war
camp community service gave a pro
gram directed by Mrs. W. T. Stiler, as
Piano solo. "The Apple Tree Swing,"
Jeane. te CazelL
Recl'atlon. "The Climate Is Healthy
On The Iihine," Milda Muller.
Recitation. "When Father Carves
The Duck." Mabel Phillips and Martha
Piano solo. "The Cedar Brook
Waltz," Jeanette CazelL
Recitation. "Soldiers" Smiles." Cecil
After the program the remainder of
mo evening was spent in
games. Mrs. u.
the party from the Khaki club to the
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Simmons, Very 111 j
companied by her son and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lawrence, jr. Mrs.
H. D. Camp, Mrs. Lawrence's daugh
ter, left Immediately for California
upon receipt of the telegram to at
tend her mother. '
Miss Mary Evans, of 1718 East Rio
Grande street, is enlovlner the snm.
pner in Long Beach, Calif. Later Miss
tivans win visit in San Diego and will
ue mere iur me incoming or the fleet.
Mrs. C IL Evans and her son. Tiarrton
will leave the latter part of August
io join ner aaugnier ana they will
return to their home here during Sep-
Dr. E. B. Rogers left on "Wednesday
evening ior Denver ana Colorado
Springs for a visit. Later Dr. Rogers
win go ior a visit to ues Homes, Ia
where his wife and daughter. Miss
Florence, nave been visiting for some
time. He will be accompanied home
oy nis wire and daughter.
dainty appointments. Ices were served
with cake. A unique contest was held
In which the prize for the cleverest
love story told by the guests wks
awarded. Each imest was Hvcn
ball of brilliant hued yarn and was
to tell the love i story as the ball was
unwound. When the yarn was un
wound to the magnolia leaf about
wnich it was wrapped the story was
to end. Mrs. Bolton told of the
father of Gen. Sam Houston coming:
to her father, when both she and Gen.
Houston were small children, to ar
range a betrothal between them, and.
as this was the most interesting- story
loia. airs, uoiion receivea tne prize.
dainty etching. Ten friends enjoyed
ine nospiiauty ot tne aiiernoon.
El Pasoans Returning.
Hiss Ella Peak and Miss Grace Peak
have returned from a visit of several
weeks on the coast. They are at
home at 1215 Los Angeles street.
Dr. Burleson State n returned "Wed
nesday from a vacation spent In Long
Beach, Calif, lira, Staten and children
will remain on the coast until Septem
Dr. and Mrs. TV. W. "Walte and two
sons, WUlard and Charles, have re-
turned from a visit of six weeks with
relatives and friends in Wisconsin.
They are at home at the TVaite resi
dence, 1415 rvortn .Florence street
Mrs. Elmer E. Sampson has returned
from Cloudcroft, where she was a
guest at the Lodge for the past two
weeks. Mrs. Samnson's husband.
Lieut. Sampson. Is with his regiment,
which is on a summer hike to Clond-
Miss Maude Isaacks and Miss Inez
IsaacKs. who have been spending the
past two months in Long Beach and
Los Angeles, have returned to their
nome In Wis city. Miss Louise Thomas,
who accompanied them, will remain
in Long Beach until September L
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall S. Ickes,
whose marriage occurred Monday
morning in Cloudcroft, arrived from
the mountains Monday evening and
are at home at Hillcrest. in the lower
valley. Mrs. Ickes was formerly Miss
Mary Lou Smitherman, director of
the domestic science department, in
the Ysleta school.
Lodges and Clubs.
The social club of the "White Shrine
of Jerusalem is planning to hold a
bazar during the winter, and on Fri
day afternoon the members of the or
ganization will meet at the residence
of Mrs. Ruby L. Muse, 617 Upson ave
nue to sew on quins ior the bazar.
Also at this meeting plans will be
discussed for the reception for the
orncers of the shrine which is to be
held on Wednesday evening, Aug
Dinners and Luncheons.
MaJ. and Mrs. A. C Gillem are en
tertaining this evening at their home
with an informal dinner for a gronp
of friends. Covers will be placed for
MaL and Mrs. Howard Hlcnlc. Mai.
and Mrs. H. G. CoykendalL Miss Car
olyn Gillem, Miss Anne Gillem and
Do Your Feet Hurt?
The tresert hot weather Is cer
tainly trying on people's feet. If your
feet are In a crionled condition, hv
all means consult our Foot Specialist.
We believe he will easily remedy the
defect. At least it is worth your time
to find out.
Lerner Shoe Co, 220 San Aqtonlo St.
El Paso's Foot Comfort Store. Adv.
The cabinet of the Square club of
the High school met on Wednesday
morning at 10:30 in the clubhouse of
the Y. W. C. A. with an attendance
of all the members except one girl,
woh is out of town. The president of
the Square club for the ensuing year
Is Lili Sartorius, the vice president
and chairman of the membership com
mittee is to be Dorothy Price, the
treasurer and chairman of the finance
committee Is Abby Roberts: the sec
retary Ruth Day. The chairman of
the various committees are as fol
lows: social. Thula Hardie: service,
Ellen Treloer: program. Florence
Cathcart; recreation. Viola Sorrels:
poster. Lucy Harris: devotional, Lu
cille Ayers. The committees were
formed during the meeting and plans
were made for the meeting of the
club Friday afternoon at 3:30 ocleck.
I Friday's Calendar
I In Local Society j
MEMBERS of the University club
will give a Dog Day's hop at the
Swimming at the T. W. C A- club
house, with instructions for adults, 9
to 10 a. 7 to g p. m.
Swimming without Instruction for
adults, 10 to 12 a. 2 to 3 and S to
9 p. m.
Swimming without Instruction for
children, J to 4 p. m.
English class conducted at the Red
Cross house at Fort Bliss by Miss E.
Goree. of the American Library as
sociation, for the foreign speaking
patients of the base hospital.
Daughters of Erin will give a ben-
! offt r-r, n-irtv at 6 t m In T-TrtJfht
Df Columbus halt
i-Tway evening aance 01 me iiatn
motor machine shops will take place
at Camn Boyd.
Automooues ior uie
4 transportation of guests to the post
will be waiting at note, isneiaon at
Stunt night at the Red Cross house
at Fort Bliss for entertainment of
Meeting of the social club of the
White Shrine of Jerusalem In the af
ternoon at the residence of Mrs. Rubv
L. Muse, 617 Upson avenue.
Meeting at the Y. M. C A. club
house at 3:30 oclock of the Square club
of the High school.
Out Of Town Visitors.
Barton Smith, oil man of Lordsburp,
K M, registered at the St. Regis
Mrs. Robert Orr, wife of Br. Orr. of
Marfa. Tex-, registered at the Sheldon
Mrs. Sam Vaughn, of Fort "Worth,
Is the guest of her niece, Mrs. "W. T.
Duncan, at the Duncan home, in the
T. E. Richardson, cattleman from
"WIllcox, Arlz accompanied by his
wife, was an arrival at the McCoy
E D. Oliver, Jr., a mining man of
Magdalena, N. M-, registered at the
Miss M. Madero and Miss L England
registered at the Paso del Norte on
Wednesday from Washington, D. C
C. "W. Powers, druggist, of Colum
bus, X. M., and Harry F. Green of
the same place, registered at the Paso
del Norte Wednesday.
Mrs. Tom Gourley, of Marfa, Texas,
Is here to attend her sister, Mrs. Mar
garet Compton. who is auite sick at
her home in Ysleta.
Jess Moseley, cattleman of Sierra
Blanca, Tex., and Zee Hays, cattle
man, of Globe, Ariz were arrivals at
the Sheldon hotel Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs. Jack Harshey will ar
rive this afternoon from Los Angeles,
to be the guests of Mrs. Hershey's
parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ketcher
sld, at the Ketch er3 id home, on East
Rio Grande street.
Mrs. H. G. CoyendaU, wife of MaJ.
CoyendalL of the recruiting-office at
Fort Bliss, arrived In the city on
Wednesday to Join her husband. Mrs.
Coyekndall has been spending the
summer season In Sin "Diego, Cal
L. C. Brite, of Marfa. Tex, president
of the Panhandle and Southwestern
Stockmen's association, was an arrival i
at the Paso del Norte hotel Wednes
day. He was accompanied by Mrs.
Brlte and their daughter. Miss Hes
ter. Mrs. M. R. Bolton and her grand
daughter. Miss Mabel Outlar. left
Wednesday for their home, in Whar
ton, Tex after a visit to Mrs. Bolton's
daughter. Mrs. J. A. Sanders, at her
apartments In the Coty. Mrs. Bolton
Is the daughter of CoL Rogers, of
confederate fame, who was killed near
Port Roblnett in a charge daring the
battle of Corinth, Miss. CoL Rogers
was buried with elaborate military
honors under the direction of Gen.
Mrs. Irene Luther of Midland. Tex
with her daughter. Miss Frank, and
her son, Oliver, who is connected with
the First National bank of this city,.
have moved to El Paso to reside and
are at home in the wrlght apartments.
Another daughter, of the family. Miss
iuzaoeth has been in tne city for
some time with her uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. Whltaker. at their
home In Kern Place. Mrs. Luther Is
a sister of Mr. Whitaxer lived, prior to
coming west. In Teunessee.
Automobiling and Outings.
Mrs. L N. WInan's Sundav school
class of Asbury Methodist Episcopal
church will give their annual summer
picnic on Saturday evening down the
valley. The list of guests will Include
the entire membership of the class.
A number of amuslntr and delight
ful features have been arranged for
the Dog Days dance tor memfiers
of the University club Friday even
ing, ices wm he served witn aosr bis
What To Do This Evening.
If you have not made any Diana
for this evening, let us suggest that
you come and enjoy dancing in our
cool spacious cafe. Our Jazz Band
furnishes the best dance music In El
Paso. There Is no cover charge, and
you pay as you dance. Dancing be
gins at 8:30 p. m.
The 3Iodern Cafe.
El Paso's Coolest and Largest Cafe.
Downstairs In the Mills Bldg. Adv.
Live Lizard In Cow's
Lung Fatal To Bovine
jChehalis, Wash, Aug. 7. A live
lizard In the lung of a cow caused
the death here of the animal.
The co tv had been declining in
health for some time, her condition
puzzling veterinarians. She was
finally killed to end her misery.
Then an old timer suggested an
The lizard was found lodged In
the cow's lung. The animal had
swallowed It while drinking water.
El Paso Girls
I 19. jSBl m
TWO pretty El Paso sisters enjoying the ocean bathing at Venice, California
two of the hundreds of El Pasoans who annually go to one of the Los
Asreles beaches for the summer. Top picture is of Miss Aline Woodard and
lower picture is of her sister, Miss Frances Woodard. They are the daughters
of Mrs. ivy wooaard ana are at present with their mother in Los Angeles,
at 1214 Lake street. A. O. Hudson,
SEDI3IE.T I.V niVEIU
Editor El Paso Herald:
If there is anyone who has lived in
CI Paso for two years and does not
know the cause of sediment in the
river, he murt be a man who does not
know that two times two makes four.
It has been proved several hundred
years. If the wonderful soil experts
would ttudy how to get the sediment
on the land, his name would be blessed
by every farmer in the valley. Why
so important a man as a soil expert
should study something that has been
provea ana stays provea several nun
dred years. John Sorenson.
TTin TELEPHONE HATES.
Editor El Paso Herald:
The Tri-State Telephone company Is
asking the mayor and city council to
establish upon the people of El Paso
the Burleson rate, setting up as its
reasons for maintaining this rate the
fact that the company cannot operate
on less; that the price of material and
the cost of help Is higher and the
company has to pay a higher scale of
wages, and In this connection I would
Before the city council should even '
consider such an application I hope '
the members will make the following
demands upon the telephone company: '
That It furnish the mayor and city
council with a list of all the names,
together with the addresses of each of
its stockholders and the amount held
by each, and that It be required to
furnish a list of all Its operators, ;
with their names and the wages paid '
per month, as well as employes of the
company, inside and out, together
with the salaries paid Us higher of
ficers, before and since the Burleson
rate, and that It be required to give
the value of its properties before and ,
since the Burleson rate together with j
a complete list of all Its monies re-
celved each month. In fact as I look J
at the situation, the mayor and city i
council should require a complete list j
of names and amounts paid out and
received before and after the Burleson !
rate, fully itemized, with the persons
paid to, so as to avoid the company
padding Its payrolls, if any.
Upon investigation of the book fran- I
franchises, I find on December 3, 1903.
the city granted to the Southwestern
Telephone and Telegraph company the :
franchise under which the Tri-State
Telephone company is now operating.
which franchise Is record at page 537 j
In such book, and which transfer to
the Tri-State Telephone company,
taking place on the 3rd day of Octo
ber, 1912. Is recorded on page 552 of
said book. In the franchise there Is
a stipulation that under no circum
stances or conditions shall the tele
phone company ever charge more than
$6 per month for business phones and
$3 per month for residence phones.
Still, in the face of this positive
statement. I am of the opinion that
the council being the creating body of
the franchise, has the right if In their
good Judgment the aldermen believe
the company is entitled to a raise, to
I hope the mayor and council will
EL PASO SCHOOL
A boarding and day school
of high standards.
Miss Slater and Miss Tafel,
Principals. Telephone 2929,
On Cal. Beach
of 1 Paso, is the uncle of the two
demand a full and complete showing
in every respect as It can do and
still be clearly within Its rights, and
I believe that the aldermen should
have courage of their convictions and
the interest that they feel for the In
habitants of El Paso, to demand and
require of the company a complete
showing, duly and properly Itemized
and verified, before they consider
maintaining the Bureleson rate as
now existing, because we are not Im
pressed with the new-born socialistic
ideas of Mr Burleson.
Ponder S. Carter.
Insure Your Films.
We have Insurance of various kinds,
but not enough attention Is sometimes
given to insuring your kodak films.
Feldman's developing Is real Insur
ance, for you get quality work at a
low price, as It should be done.
Feldman's 310 San Antonio St.
Special attention to all mall orders.
Orders To Sell
Food To Public
May Sell Goods Over The
Counter And By
Officers in charge of the quarter
master department of the army are
expecting to receive any hour in
structions from the war department
to sell to civilians surplus supplies of
canned meats and vegetables and ba
con and ham. The Instructions may ,
also order the department to dispose
of other living commodities.
Orders to sell such supplies to
civilians have been issued by the war
department but the Instructions as
yet have norbeen received in El Paso.
In other cities, however, sale of quar
termaster supplies has begun.
Postmaster 3Iay Help.
When it is possible to buy food
stuffs from the army. It Is believed
that the high cost of living here will
be considerably reduced. Many In
quiries have been received by the
military authorities and the postmas
ter from interested persons desiring
to know when this blow to the high
nf Jivtntr xcfll ha made.
When the sales here are authorized
it U AxntMtfd that the nostmaster wm
be Instructed to sell the goods by
parcels post and the army will sen
goods over the counter at the quarter-
In Kansas City, the Loyal Order of
Moose has placed Its club rooms at the
disposal of the government for selling
the surplus food and Its members have
volunteered to act as clerks in assist
ing in the disposition of the food.
Mayor Cowgill has wired the offer to
tv. nnthlmr. Too.
To further relieve the H. C L. situ
ation, the government nas oecmcu .u
.ail nff le rimlnx arrnV clothing, and
equipment, including J17.000.000 worth
nf nnrWrlnthe and J9.500.000 worth
of blankets. If the present plans are
successful, secretary Baker has stated
to newspaper men.
Total value of all Items classed as
clothing ana equipment.
cloth and leather. 836?il,
More than half of the 32.137..00
worth of surplus food stocks held by
the ar department July 19. Is imme
diately available for sale, according to
inrt tnriav hv the de
partment In addition to the canned
goods and bacon previously announced
f. ra,iv for sale, the list Includes
$16,500,000 worth of frozen beer.
$2 073,000 worth of fresh pork.
$1 13M00 in frozen fresh poultry and
JJ Srftnn tn PT-anlated sugar, which.
tt;V- ha heen sold to the sugar
C. S. DE-AItTMENT OF AORICCtiroE.
at S a. m. i"
meridian time. Aus-
no chvke oe "nas
HCWSE &5TTH, T18EO
EI Paso and vicin
ity: Partly cloudy
tonight and Friday
wltn. probably thun
der Bhow era.
New Mexico: Part
ly cloudy tonight and
Friday; little change
ly fair tonight ana
Friday; little change.
"West Texas: To-
nlfct and Friday
partly cloudy; prob
ably thunder ehow-
ers in west poruun.
Precipitation last It hours uncnesi
state or. earner
Lowest Temp, last night.
Highest Temp. lest ay
Temp, at s a. m...i
ADiiene . .......4. a.
.Amartllo . ..TO 2
Atlanta 7: 91
.Chicago 7 J
Cincinnati 7 5
Denver .....S3 SZ
EX. TASO " 91
GalTeston . ......So SS
llarre SS SI
Kansas City "I loo
Little Bock 75 SS
Los Angeles ......00 74
New Orleans ....S3 93
New Tort 70 7t
Phoenix 7$ 100
St. Louis 78 10S
Salt Lake City S6 SS
San Antonio 74 S4
San Francisco ...S4 &s
Santa Fo SS 7S
Seattle S4 7
Waalnptnn 70 S4
tmparaliTe r.i i-ao rrecipiiauon.
Jan. 1 to Aug. S, IncluslTe, 191S. g.63 in.
Jan. 1 to Aug. S. inclusive. 1915. Z.Zi In.
Jan. 1 to Aug. , Inclusive. 1S17. L4S In.
Jan. 1 to. Aug. t. Inclusive. 1518. 3.80 tn.
Jan. 1 to Ang. . Inclusive. 1913. J-9S In.
Normal Jan. 1 to Aug. e. Inclusive. 4.SS In.
NOT SO BAD.
The nervy young officer sat down at a
table in the vegetarian restaurant
-Crushed nut, sir?" ask the waitress,
handing him the menu of the day.
-No. no; ahell shock." ho replied.
Mrs. Charles E. Nagely Is the only
woman member of the Chicago Livestock
After a Consultation With
President Woodrow Wilson
Tuesday, July 5, Director General Julius M. Barnes, of the U. S. Grain Corpo
ration, made public some astounding facts relative to the price of bread.
Mr. Barnes gave figures to show the relation of the price of wheat to the price of
bread and contended that bread now was the cheapest item in the diet.
Ask your grocer for any of the following
"Buster Brown "
PURITY BAKING CO.
Each Race Has Its Dregs; Pitiful
Type Of American Found In Juarez
'HE normal American takes a pride
in his brithptace when be is in a
foreign country and rightly so. But
did it ever occur to you that there is
such a thing as an "American dere
lict." shorn of pride, minus every at
tribute of a man. who haunts foreign
ports? If you don't believe there is
such a class of Americans, more to
be pitied than censored, and yet un
worthy of the name they bear, go to
Juarez and see the typical derelict.
Fortunately the average American
in the Mexican :lty is above the av
erage and the d-srelict is the , exception
rather than the rule. .But he's there.
Some are drug addicts who find We
unpleasant in the United State due
to a close supervision of narcotic
sales. One typical "fiend" accosted
a fellow?) American recently ana
begged information regarding the lo
cation of drug stores.
"I've got a toothache." was his pit
iful falsehood. ,,
He emerged from the store, slunk
into an alley, bent for a minute over
his bared arm and emerged with
the bright glint in his eyes which be
spoke the habitual user of the
For These Hot Summer Evenings
Breezy Songs. Tripping VioKn Selections, Famous
Bands and Music of Every Kind in Infinite. Variety
On the Victrola.
When the Dew Is Falling '
64771 f . ,...v.v,..a ef&
. list A Little Bit o Honey wuson jacooa-ounu Mfc jg i
si-ool m m
A Little Bit o Honey Wilson Jacoos-Bond
12-iiL. list i Menuett in D (No. 2)
13-in. list i
Tarbonria Jean Marie Ledair jbPssaTxv
Concerto in G Andante Tranqnillo 8PVs hf
Charles de Seriot SMeWr S
Chorus of Dervishes Beethoven-Aner i . ijM
Today Elsie Baker jjjjWfl jl
The Melody of Home John Barnes WHs 'iweW&
' Any Place Is Heaven if Yon Are Near Me JH ?M
When I Found the Way to Your Heart (HE Vt.
Charles Harrison Bj gS
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On Lake Champlain Sterling Trio TiTajr
Dear Old Dreamy Honolulu Town JwMl
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W. G. mLZCCW
103 S. El Paso Street.
i..ih.r iv-j la the -wnisity
v. -i a tin u vnown In Juarez.
ir.-. v. . rim-m anrt nnt American with
no ambition and a cravlns thirst.
.r V .k. m. He is
i,- . -a that rnntlnnallv bees "street
,nm frfttn Americans until
.nfftrffmt tn face the roulette
thel hanker and try lor a -siaKe
it. Hi. nn hla hona and the charity
of other Americans.
Finally, there is the army deserter,
slinking, hiding, utterly alone.
Yes. we're a big. fine race, but we
have our derelicts the same as the
MT.rillXG UP LITNA.
"Blll Moon's wife presented him with a
new daughter Tuesday.- says the WarOeld
Item. "He celebrated by getilne druax
and the Judge fined him IS. but BUI tad
only 3S cents left.- Here's a CM where
a new Moon was followed by a full Moon
and a Moon In the last quarter In amclc
rotation. Boston Transcript.
A really good sapphire should ap
pear blue by artificial light as well as
dayl&ht; some stones have a trace
of black, and some red. the latter
making them resembel an amethyst,
especially by lamplight or gaslight
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