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For This Week is to
Boost Snipping by Auto.
Glenn W, CurtiAS, president of the
Automotive trades department of the
chamber of commerce, will be grand
tsarshal of the "ship-by- truck" pa
rade which will be held Wednesday or
Thursday afternoon. Mr. Curtiss fire
chief John Wray and mayor Charles
Davis, In the chiefs roadster, will
head the parade.
Behind the g:rand marshal's car will
come the automotive apparatus of the
city fire department, followed oy me
trucks put .n the nade
dealers and distributors of the cry.
The trurd division will be composed of
trucks from wholesale houses, ana
other truck users of EI Paso. It is
planned -o nae at least one 01 mors
trucks m the parade from every busi
ness house in toown "sing trucks. T'ne
parade will be brougM up by a truck
tiins:on from Fort Bliss.
"The object of the -ship-by-truck"
parade is to bring more forcibly to
the attention of the public the impor
tance and possibilities of the "ship-by-
trues" movement which is sweeping-
over the entire country, and
which has already gained a firm hold
in the east." said Mr. Cnrtiss.
SHIPPING BOARD PROMISES
EARLY ACTION ON PETITION
"Washington, D. C Nor. It. Ship
ping board officials said today that a
decision will be given in about 10
days on the recent hearing of repre
sentatives of Texas commercial or
ganizations and Texas ports be estab
lished, so that these parts can do
business direct through an agent of
the board in Texas. Instead of having
to do R through the New Orleans
office of the board as at present.
Chinook Jargon, spoken by the In
dian tribe of the Pacific North
v a a etranse medley of pidfreon
j r.gl.sh ar.d the languages of several
of the Indian tribes.
Mrs. M. P. Schuster Is
Elected President of the
El Paso Chapter.
The El Paso Pan-American round
table was formally organized Satur
day afternoon at a meeting of promi
nent local women at the chamber of
commerce. Felix L. Fournier. director
of the foreign trade extension de
partment of the chamber of commerce
called the meeting to order after
which Mrs. M. P. Schuster was fleeted
At Mrs. Schuster's suggestion Mrs.
S. J. Fennell was elected first vice-
president. The other officers elected
were: second vice-president, Mrs.
Amada Calderon: third vice-president,
Mrs. H. T. Bowie; recording secretary
Mrs. P. L. Fournier; corresponding
secretaries. Miss Grace Liogaa asd Mrs.
Guillermo Kraft; treasurer, Mrs. B. A.
Dow; auditor, Evalyn Sherman Logan.
Delegates to a round table conven
tion to be held In San Antonio De
cember 1. 3 and 3 were elected as
follows: Mrs. Schuster. Miss Grace
flj IfyGRiEASES 1 Beauty Chats By Edna Kent Forbes j
dui uid 1 1 1 lUiidjA
I personal appearance. This effect is
Returning Soldiers Pin a1 psychological, but actuary
Hopes of Good Luck
London, Bug, Nor. 10. Have you a
Did Mr. Doughboy bring the habit
home from France?
nhvslcaL Just aa vou can spoil .he
most beautiful picture in the world
hv framing It lmoroDerlv. so can you
destroy the beauty of an otherwise !
pretty woman by setting her against
as Inharmonious background.
To Illustrate more clearly what I
In England today scientists and mean, 1 am going to cite two exam-
jouroaUsts are joining in investiga
tions to determine to what extent
the superstitious belief In charms and
mascots has -been increased by the
war. They are all agreed aa to the
Increase In mascots tinder war pres
sure, but no two agree as to whether
England continues to be superstitious
now that the war Is over.
But what a lot of interesting In
formation abouf personal beliefs the
controversy has unearthed.
Eugene CM qui. the French boxer. Is
sure he will win if he has bis orphan
boy mascot with htm before he enters
Hiss jsieanor uanseis, uxue weiao
Logan, Mrs. Calderon, Mrs. Dow and ' actress, pins her faith to a bit of dried
Mr. and Mrs. Fournier. I flower, given her by Pavolva.
It was voted to extend associate! An elephant hair, given her by the
memberships to men specially inter- J man who shot the elephant. Is Gladys
ested in a close relationship between i Cooper's prayer to- the god of luck.
America and Latin-American coun- Hilda Trevelyan puts her bet down
tries. Both American and Mexican ion a certain black cat.
men are admited to associate member-1 An adept preaa agent may be re
ship. .sponsible for some of these printable
Associate memberships were ex-. stories of luck charms, bat the air
tended to C N. Bassett. president of men and many others who have udop
the chamber of commerce; K. M. Rob-1 ted mascots have no press agents and
arts, manager of the chamber of com- the pile of evidence la support of
meree and to Felix L. Fournier, Ralph charms is high enough without the
Herron and L. E. ClaypooL j testimony of leading ladles and show
kid. Kuuwr uuiuumv a uvw.fiiiw.
tlon of 325 to the society.
CHANGE IX LANGUAGE.
A curious consonant change in the
Dakota Sioux language took place
when the Lakota Sioux branched
from the remainder of the tribe and
substituted the letter L for the let
ter D throughout the language.
Otherwise the languages are similar.
makes all cold meat
Verdrinea. the famous French air
man, now dead, carried a copy of the
painting, "Hona Lisa." Prevost, an
other ace, would not go into battle
without a certain helmet. Arthur
Balfour, foreign minister and former
prime minister of England, gravely
"touches wood" to keep lock from
Despite these and many other revel
ations, Edward Lovett. expert on
folklore and fairies and charms an
cient and modern, declares the belief
in charms is decreasing.
"I have only to point to the penny
bazaars as proof of the decline cf
the popular craze for mascots." ?e
saj-a "There Is no sale for them, ex
cept among servant girls and women
who simply wear them as a fad with
out understanding their meaning.'
"Nearly every soldier, sailor and
airman carried a mascot during the
war. To these men they were beyond
price, but now they are giving them
However, Lovett admits that the
mascot holds sway in certain quarters
and among certain classes of workers
in dangerous occupations. And in the
East End, he says, Mragon's blood."
a kind of gum used In wood-working,
If burned at midnight on a Friday will
restore the affection of a man fr
woman who has Jilted a sweetheart
COLORADO D0R3EMAX DIBS.
Fort Collins. Ceio. Nov. 10. Jesse
, Harris, horseman, farmer and public
omciai. aiea aere t&sc aigat oi neu
ralgia of the heart. Mr. Harris was
a former member of the state board
of agriculture and of the state peni
tentiary and reformation board, and
in 1911 wass elected mayor of Fort
pies of this theory which have come
under my notice recently I have liv
ing near me a very attractive young
blond-whose beauty is as delicate as
that of a flower. I see her xery fre
quently on the street followed- by a
stately white Russian wolfhound. The
contrast of the delicate girl and the
magnificent dog is rather startling,
but the dog seems to set off and ac
centuate the beauty of his mistress.
I know a very charming old woman
who is somewhat of an invalid. She
spends most of her time In a room
papered with glaring red, furnished
with a quantity of shiny oak tabids
and chairs, and hung with three times
as many curtains and draperies 3
are necessary. This is the inharmo
nious background. The old woman
needs restful and artistic surround
ings, not only for the sake of her own
nerves, but for the sake of her per
Choose your own background care
fully. Your home should be the set
ting of which you are the central
Jewel. Study your type; then decide
which "setting" Is the best for you.
Question!! and Answers.
Mrs. Eddy Tour daughter is 13
pounds overweight. The reason for a
shiny nose is probably that she has
too much oil In her skin. The black
head cleansing powder which is fre
quently given in this column, would
relieve such a condition because it
absorbs the blackheads. It is all
right to spueese out the larger black
heads if the spot is at once treated
with antiseptics and astringents.
liuev a pretty contrast.
Maxine A girt. 17, five feet four,
should not weigh more than 123
Miss M. S. Go to the best chirop
odist yon can find and have the ban- I
ions u-eatea. juso wear snoes wnicn
allow plenty of toe room and which
are eat to allow the large toe to lie
One of your Readers You are fl?e
. Believe Boys Discovered
Famous Lost Cave
RC D. a Pat. Off.
Throughout the whole of the north
of Hungary women are arare am-
erous than men.
Poplar Bluff, Mo, Nov. 10. While
hunting six miles east of Poplar
Bluff two boys discovered what is
thought to be the "Lost Cave," for
which, it is declared, Indians searched
in vain for 60 years.
The ground gave way under the
boys while they were chasing a rab
bit and they fell many feet into the
An exploring party which spent
several hours In the cave, said they
went nearly two miles back through
passages perfectly shaped and tailed
to reach the end A stream of dee p,
swift water runs through the cave and
disappears through a hole near the
Bills State For Steers G.
Washinatoris Troops Ate
Lansing, Mich, Not. 10. Governor
Sleeper has Just received a bill from
"r Enmi Armstrong, of Grand
Rapid, with a request that he assist
in collecting from the United States
government pay for 300 head of fat
beef steers sold by her grandfather to
the Revolutionary army In 17T(
Mrs. Armstrong failed to specify In'
her letter whether she remanded pres
ent day prices for the meat that
George Wsshlngton's soldiers ate In
- r.n s. I
Answers to Last Issue Kvrlx. j
L The Ingredients seed In mak- j
Ing plain white bread are flour,,
sugar, salt, yeast, milk and water.
2. Ordinary black writing Ink Is
made from a decoction of nulgalta. or
souie other source of tannin, and a
solution of copperas. i
3. The nolloay 6f Tbanksglvhsg I
originated in Massachusetts eoraay
among the pilgrim settlers, who gave
thanks tor their first harvest. The
first national celebration was recstn-'
mended by George Washington in
4. Theodore K. Van is the chief
executive of the American Telegraph
and Telephone company. h
& a "skvaeraeer la a term an-!!
plied to our very tall build lass; the
derivation Is obvious.
. Buiwer Lyttoa wrote the famow
novel of "Eugene Aram."
7. A semester is one of the two
terms Into which the year's Ina trac
tion Is divided in schools and col
leges. a. A seminary is a place of educa
tion, as a school of high grade, an
academy, college or university.
9. "Alchemy" is a tens for - a
medieval Iselencer that purported' to
turn base metals to gsM.
if. Peru a. repawn Ja the norm-
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L PASO. TEXAS.
WILSON C PORTERFIELD. NOVEMBER 5TH. 1919.
CO YOUREE HOTEL.
PLEASE ACCEPT MY THANKS FOR CHECK I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM OCEAN OIL AND RE
FINING COMPANY FOR EIGHTY -THREE HUNDRED SEVENTY-ONE.D0LLARS. BEING ONE HUN
DRED PER CENT DIVIDEND ON LIKE NUMBER OF SHARES OF OCEAN STOCK WHICH I AM
FRANK TO SAY IS THE BEST INVESTMENT I HAVE EVER HAD. NOTICE IN THE MORNING
PAPER YOU GENTLEMEN ARE FIGURING ON A BIG REFINERY PROPOSITION IN THE NEAR
FUTURE., PLEASE COUNT ME IN.
PREPAID R, A; MORRIS.
WUDL; P. M.
L Who was Oscar UammerBtela
3. What are the first six words
oi toe urcm pray err
3. For what art a the city of
i. What Is a gopher?
S. Vhat is the flear-de-IUT
(. C you describe the ns firms 1
flag of Jaiwa?
4. What Is a sombreroT
5. What was William Heary Harri
son! 3. Where are the Horseshoe falls?
It- What Is shrapnel? Thompson
Featare Service, 44 Fourth avenue.
Saw York city. Justin Fair, originator.
At The WHITE HOUSE Tues.
"All Cars Stop At The White Houjc"
THIS STORE WILLOPEN AT I P.M. TUESDAY (tomorrow)
in order that our employees may fittingly celebrate the Victory Anniversary.
$6 JO lo $10.00
Plain and fancy, me
dwsi and heavy weavet in
high and low neck EBod
cra Tuxedo fronts aad
bettoB up styles. All
Up to $18.00
In the Great November
Opportunity Sale at very
These splendid offerings will create
enthusiastic buying tomorrow.
Ripple asd f3ec wool
sweaters A beautiful collec
tion m woskb's aad Basses'
sues Plaia and aordty
weaves in favored high colon.
$5.00 and $5 95
Pretty, attractive styles
pliii ' tailored, tucked,
embroidered aad lace triBV
Bed. Of georgette crepe
asd crepe d chtBc. In
Mack, white asd 'Best.
$2.00 and $3.00
Qay bee aad "caobric
trimmed with embroidery aad
lace Discontinued Bombers
of staadard brand.
Lonsdale jeaa reguia
boa middy Mouses braid
trimmed collars aad cuffs
naiddy tie to match
all white with red and
navy collars. Sizes 19
aad cstaaaag These new
neckwear ideas ate devel
oped of soede doth and .
come plain or embroidered
sometimes brushed wool
trimmed in rich, scalable
suk color tones at $5.00 to
31 ate floors
$95 to $115
Singing "Star Spangled
Banner," Crowd Breaks
Up Communist Meeting
Toakerx. N. Y Nov. 10. A derxT
man and a handful of his parishoners,
suddenly Launching- forth into The
Star Spangles Banner," broke up a
meeting here mat night of the "Com
munists' Counoll of America," which
was being adetreesea by Mrs. Boss
Health Officers Guard
Against Bubonic Plague
Aastin. Teat. Nov. IS. C. W. Go4
dard, state health officer, was tnday
a. aured by the health officer of Loals
ll orecsutioBs to prevent
the spread lato Texas and other states
. . , uuwuntc plague waies nas p
1 eared at New Orleans are belag
taken. The message stated that fed
eral and state health officers are en
gaged la the exterralnatiaa of rata
aad that alt Interstate ocean snis
menra are being guarded to prevent
the seattartag of rata which are car
riers of the disease. Texas hearth of
ficers have been warned of the plague
at New Orleans.
Receives Medal Awarded
Him In Spanish War
San Francisco, Catit, Nov. 10. Let
all the world war heroes tame consol
ation la the experience of Capt. Claude
ft Dietrich, of the signal corps If
yosve been cited for a meial. listen.
Peltrich received his award here the
other dsy after mtltrag XI years Dar
ing the Spanish -American war he was
1. I . V n l bam .fMk
Brown, of i . J - " "
St. Andrews' Memorial Episeri!! woo-,a. TSk . fo7iSr.ll aboat It hot
church, arranged to have eomVof his! f hifai ihWthlr dav
flock present. When Mrs. Stokes at- Ji'Jt ?,8 P! !f, .Urt.hv lrt
tempted to eaad the .advantage. W";- "
uie wgnuBBBBD ot cae umiea i . -r t, nntiH nMm.t.. .
I Hearing of the proposed meeting,
'Rev Dr! Francis Theodore Brown, of
, form of government, the man of the receipt
doth Interrupted bar. saying: , "
j eminent or a communist government , al """"
' - n tmiutrlla.nr. " '
uore than IS.SOe miles
Pastor Bases Sermon On i
i ne tecem steriai ueroy
San Francisco. CaL. Nov. IS "The
Plying Parson and Winged Angels"
formed the topic of a Sunday sermon
here of Henry Frank, leader of the
People's Liberal church. Re based
his talk oa the recent aerial derby
tn which lieutenant Bersjn W. May
nard was the first to reach each
"Too long have our eyes been
scouring the skies for mystic mes
sengers, he said. v a peculiar par
adox of destiny a prearher has nearly
outmatched the world in aerlsl
achievement and has lustlv been
dubbed the "frvlng parson." The fy
nar psrtwn Is the svmoot of the new
ace wherein our deed shall he OTT"
wravers: our ventures ahll b our d
vt1ons and our eharnrter ebstl
our credential that shs'l admit u
'r.to the mv of nnr lers"
Students Ride Freight To
Gridiron Game; Arrested
Oberlis. Ohio, Nov. 10. Oxford or
bast warf tho motto of five Oborlin
students who wanted to see Oberlln
and Miami clash on the gridiron. And
trov vrere already busted.
They tried the side door Pullman
route and were arretted at Nation In
polli-e onrt i cost $9 5A each, and tn
fen--entfon of school authorities onl
Mfted a ten-day jail sentence.
: is an linpertiaeiace,1
Toe remarK was cneered.
The beech Is less freanentlv struck
bv itrntninr than any other tree.
Sir. Daekea, &t "Liver Tone" Has,
TeSs tfee Tratcaerv of
Calomel loses you a day! Tou kr. v
what ca'oruel is li 'm. cn-
sllTer. Calomel .afedangerous. :r
crashes Into sour biff tike dynax
cramp lag and SaCkenins: you Caio-r- I
attacks the :ooes ana -houU a . r
be put icto your system.
When you feel bilious, slutg-ish, n
stipated asd all kno-ked out ana
Hera you need a dose of canpe' ;
calomel just remember : a t v
drusfftat sells for a few -n's a
bottle Of Dodson's Lifr To-"1
is entirely vegetable and p tisan -taka
and Is a perfect s-jts'.i-u;?
calomet It is guaranteed to ?
your liver wit boo stirrine voj up
side and cannot salivate
Don't take calomel' It oan r-;:
trusted any more than a ioa-i
wild-cat. Take Doson s Live1- T -s
which straightens you rii?T -.p '
makes you feel fine. 'Vtc it ro -
children because it is perferu? ha
less and doean't irripe. AfJr
A Few of the One Oundred Per Ct, Dividend People
0P THE '
Ocean Oil , Refining Company
Harry L. Robinson,
El Pasc, Texas.
Check No. 1961 '...$5,075.00
Lee Boy Williams,
San Simon, Arizona.
Check No. 3096 $500.00
B. M. McWhorter,
Lordsburg, N. M.
Check No. 2553. . .- $500.00
F. V. Thompson,
Check No. 2935 $400.00
L. B. Smith,
Check No. 2804 $1,000.00
E. G. Lewis,
Check No. 2367...... $200r9Q
Philip T. Marshall,
Deming, New Mexico.
Check No. 2453 $550.00
El Paso, Texas.
Check No. 1578 $500.00
Ocean Oil , Refining
516 Tr ustBldg.
El Paso, Texas.
tJtra. Stokes eonld continue, tne slag-
bag et e national anthem bernta.
l graduollT etowIiie; tn volame. fter
t the etenaraian called (or "three cheers
or the UaHed States," the speaker
left 'the platform.
Shearers la Aastralla are said by
the number of sheep they shear. An
experienced man will shear from ts
to 1M sheep a day. The record Is US
shorn by a Queensland shearer ta
I AIRS. LAt'E BHD has th' olt p'Uter
I if x maaber her nother broke cp honse
i keepia' with. Hits Fawn Lippmcut
I thinks some o' bein' a spiritualist as'
' is takin' lessons on th' tambourine.
J "'I'jr'gtlt. Newspaper B-r-.lre,
We are advised that there will be no water furnished for irriga
tion between November 10th and January 1st
ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT IN WHICH TO DO YOUE
We have the finest slock obtainable of
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will receive the same prompt and careful attention as a personal
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HAY, GRAIN, FUEL & FIELD SEED.
Phone 36. Texas and Dallas Sts.