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fcX PASO 11EKALU
Must Have $6,000,000,000
in 3 Years to Handle
Business, Says . Dunn.
Chicago. IU Nov. 10,-yAt least six
"'.'0,0'j'j.OOO of new capital must be
invested in railroad facilities within
the next three years if the roads are
to become able to handle adequately
'he country's commerce, Samuel O.
Punn. editor of the Railway Age, es-
i mated in an address here today.
The increase in investment since
1915. Dunn said, has been less than
J'. 900,000.000, while if the percent had
een as large in proportion to the
growth of traffic as it was during the
preceding ten ear period. It sfcpuld
ive been $5..600.000. Since 1915
f reight traffic increased C7 percent
i!Tl passenger traffic 36 percent, he
said, adding' that the percentage in
crease in each variety of equipment
during that time was 5 percent and
The railways during the next three
v par? should buy at least 800.000
rreieht cars, JO.QrtO locomotives and
: 1 '"'O passenger cars, ne said, to
make up theexisting deficiency of
fuipment, to replace equipment
hich should be retired and to pro
!o for hand line additional buslneee.
G. 0. P. Leaders
Of Texas Will
Candidate for Governor to
Be Named at Meeting
Fort Worth, Texas, Nor. 10. The
campaign issues will be formulated
and a candidate for governor will be
named by the Republican council in
session at Dallas. November 17, ac
cording to official plans announced
at the heaqoarters of the council here
Senator Warren G. Harding, of
Ohio, will open the campaign for Tex
as Re oubl leans the latter oart of No
vember. Will H. Hays, chairman of f
the Republican national committee, i
will tour the state in December and I
Republican speakers of national j
prominence, among them governor '
Frank O. Lowden. of Illinois, and sen
ator James W. Wadsworth. of New
York, has promised to aid the Texas
Republicans in wresting the state
from Democratic control.
VI! sizes, all tvpes. See us before
i in Instructions free.
Gandara, Next the WUrvram.
Members mt Hanebentrr Grove
v oodmen Circle No. 1539, are request
" ; to be present at the meeting Wed
nesday afternoon at 2:30 in K. P. hall
for business of importance,
Eugenia Perkins, Clerk.1 Adv.
CHECK THAT COLD
CANDIDATE'S LEAD GROWS
Okahoma City. Okla Not. 10. Re
turns from IS scattered precinct re
porting Sunday Increased to 1200 the
lead by which J. W. Harreld, Republi
can, apparently was elected to con
gress In the Fourth district Saturday
over Claude Weaver, Democrat-
Says More Than Million
British Children Are Unfit
London. Eng., Not. 1. So fewer
than 1.000.00 British children are
physically, unfit to gain the fall re
sults from their education.' says Dr.
Leonard Hill, expert- The death rate !
Taries with the density of population.
In some part of Flnabury. London, j
the death rate of Infants Is only 41 i
per lDta. while In others it Is MS.
Will Open in Afternoon
Tuesday Liberty Cele
bration at 10:45.
Business houses of El Paso will
close until 1 oclock Tuesday in honor
of armistice day. The celebration
under the auspices of .the local post
of the American legion will be held
between 10:4s a. m. and noon.
As nothing is programed in the way
of a celebration In the afternoon, J.
Mason Pollard, head of the Legion in
El Paso, said the men of the post bad
no idea of working a hardship upon
the merchants or the shopping people
generally, so would not ask that they
close all day. He said he thought
closing In the, morning met all neces
sities of the occasion, as it would al
low everybody to attend the 'celebra
tion in the morning.
A year ago tomorrow the world held
an all day and all night celebration of
rejoicing. Tomorrow, too, will be a
day of rejoicing tn El Paso, except
for 48 minutes, which will be devoted
to momorializiqg the Golden Legion.
Tomorrow's Pro crura.
The day's celebration will start at
10:4s oclock In the morning when all
service men and ex-service men are to
meet at Liberty statue and march to
Cleveland square behind a military
band, playing a funeral march. At
Cleveland square the services will be
gin at 11 oclock with the singing of
the "Star Spangled Banner." This will
be followed by the singing of Lteut
CoL John MeCrae's famous poem. "In
Flanders Field." the music of which
waa written by Josef Hofmann. Mrs.
F. IL Johnson. Jr. win sing the poem
A prayer will be offered by Rev. P. R.
Knlckerbocker. Flowers will be scat
tered from a naval airplane by Lieut.
Pond in honor of the dead and three
volleys will be fired by a platoon from
Every person in the city is asuea to
wear eitner a wnue or a rea carna-
"The World And
Its Woman" Is
Ellanay Packed and Great
Crowds Pleased With
Farrar's New Film.
History -was made at the Ellanay
theater yesterday. It was in fact the
Biggest day from point of attendance
that the Ellanay has ever had. but
Judging from the many comments it
was the most enjoyable day for Ella
nay patrons. "The World and Its
Woman," in which Geraldme Farrar
appears together with her husband.
Lou Tellegen. was pronounced by
those who saw it yesterday one of
the greatest pictures that has ever
Been snown in El Faso. This state
ment will be verified by any one of
the thousands who was present at the
This Is the biggest production from
point of settings, story and emotional
content that the screen has ever of
fered. Elaborately mounted, spirited
ly acted and unclouded in issue. "The
World and Its Woman" stands today
alone in its class, truly the aristocrat
One famous critic said of "The
World and Its Woman." "All Farrar's
heroines of the stage seem embodied
In her, only waiting for the magic
hour to strike wherein tbey issue
forth In the newest play." And those
who saw it at the Ellanay theater yes
terday fully agree with this critic
"The World and Its Woman" is be
Ing shown at the Ellanay theater
aain today and for the balance of the
week. Don't fail to see It. but be sure
and come early and avoid the unusual
ly large night crowos. aqt.
Dr. lung's New DkcsTery kai re-1
fiered com aaa csBght
for fifty yean
IT was an unusually high quality
cold, cough, grippe, and croup
remedy when introducer1 half
century ago. Not once In all the year.
:nce then has the quality been al
lowed to deteriorate Its effectiveness
in combating colds and coughs ha."
been proved thousands of times In
thousands of families. Taken hv
rzrovt nups and given to the little one
frr the safe, sure treatment of colds
and srrlPDe. coughs and croun. It
leaves absolutely no disagreeable I
after-effects Get a bottle at your
druggist's today. 60 and 11.20.
Boweb Act Hassan
- f-nctlon gently but firmly without
in-- violence or purgatives when you 1
treat them with Dr. King's Mew Life
nils. A smooth-acting laxative that!
pets right down to business and grati- j
fylne results. All druggists tic a
Oldest Piano House Is 1 Paso.
Bimal 1 ffi Wl " I A W ass? da 1
We Sell at New York Prices,
23 years' experience finding pianos laiable for um "dry" climate-
T HERE'S something about fried hom
iny dripping with BRER RABBIT syrup
which just makes you forget your man
ners and pound the table with knife and
fork, especially if you're still pretty
young and crave sweets.
You can't get away from this fact:
You eat syrup because you like it not
merely, because it's sweet, but because
it's delicious and gives a tantalizing zest
to pancakes, muffins, biscuits.
The same with children. They eat
lots of sliced bread when there's syrup
on it the flavor is the reason.
BRER RABBIT is a delightful "sweet,"
but it's the country made ribbon -cane
flavor of BRER RABBIT which makes the
Give them lots of brer rabbit; it's
absolutely pure and the most wholesome
nourishing food you can buy.
Housewives everywhere know that the name "PENICK8 FORD''
os a food means Always the Beet of its Kind, 22 years of quality.
tion. Those who lost relatives or dose-
friends may wear red uowers.
IV.nl All Hen to Parade.
The following statement has been
issued ffrom the local headquarters ot
the American Legion:
"All ex-service men, whether mem
bers of the American Legion or not.
are earnestly urged to turn out at
IS: JO a. m, November 11, The place
of assembly is Liberty statue Uni
forms need not be worn. The program
4a dmnL and will not COBSUme
more than half or three quarters of
an hour, we appreciate ine aversion
of the ex-service man to marching
and ceremony. This is the first time
we have called upon you to take part
In an occasion of this kklnd. Tomor
row Armistice day, we ask you to
march three blocks and give an hour
of your time to the memory of your
comraaes wuo aievp in r tw "
feel It our duty to consecrate a few
solemn moments to those who gave
their lives to oar cause.
"Be there to honor the "Golden
Among the distinguished persons
who will attend the memorial services
will be MaJ. Gen. Robert L Howze
and representatives oi tne army, navy,
marine corps and Red Cross.
N ot GeneraL
The observance of Memorial day
will not be general over me country.
Some cities are closing tight: others
are dosing part ot the day and others
mrm rainr no attention to the day
so far as the conduct of business is
Following are a few telegraphic re
plies to The Herald from newspapers
over the southwest relative to the
observance of the day:
Stores nt St. Louis Open.
St. Louis. Mo, Nov. Id. Stores here
will not close on armistice day.
Dallas, Texas. Nov. 10. Stores will
not close here on armistice day.
Tlenvev Closes TKfht.
Senver, Colo, Nov. 1- All stores,
banks, schools and public buildings
In Denver will close the whole day
on armistice day. ienver nan.
Trvai rif-v Clones.
Kansas City. Mo, Nov. 1. Every
store, factory and school will close
amistlce day. The state and city nave
both proclaimed a noiiuay.
T Anrelea. Calif, Not.
Practicallv all stores will close here
Tuesday for armistice day, and all
.... a.il mnntr offices WOl close.
The governor of the state and the
mayor or LOS Anaeieo urn .e
urged Its observance as a holiday.
The Retail Dry Goods association
have asked stores to dose. Many
organisations will observe the day.
San Antonio Celebrates.
San Antonio, Texas, Nov. . A
holiday has been proclaimed here
Tuesday and the stores will observe
by closing at 10:45 a. m, thus giving
employes time to get to the Alamo
. -.Mnarial service at 11 a. m. A
biz civic and military parade Is to
precede a fireworks display at night.
NEGRO CELEBRATION TO BE
HELD ON TUESDAY EVENING
The members of Visitors' chapel.
African Methodist Eipwcupai
will meet in the class room of the
ehnreh Tuesday evening at T:W
oelock to participate in a program
celebrating tne signing ot uie mhus-
"not refreshments will be served by
the choir, of which Mrs. Mary Johs-
im l rh.lrrain.
A petition will be presented by the
trustee board for '.it approval of the
members, praying the central Texas
annual eonierenee to join tne iocui
ehnreh In la nraver to the church ex
tension society for the donation of
which wnn iu.um .
Chapel eight years age.
A special Invitation la extended to
the exservlce men of the race to be
DENVER OFFICIALS FORBID
ARMISTICE DAY MASKING
Dearer, Colo.. Nov. 10. The police
department has leaned an order for
bidding masking during; the festivi
ties ot armistice day. The reason
.riven for the order was that It was
feared advantage would be taken of
the ma eking and that disorders might
occur in the large crowds downtown.
Famous War Frigates
Being Burned For Junk
East port. Me., Nor. 10. Coney
beach is now Known as ine crema
tory of famous warcraxt of Ameri
The torch has been applied here to
the frigates Minnesota. Wabash and
Vermont .and now comes the wooden
f rirate Richmond.
Like the others, tne Richmond was
towed up Eastport harbor and
beached at the high running tides
which reach 22 to 2 feet twice a
day. The famous old warcraft will
be put to the torch. The valable
copper and other metals will be
gathered by Junk dealers 'who have
Built In Norfolk In 185. 3J5 feet
toil. 42 feet Inches wide. 17 feet
7 Inches deep and havtntr a speed of
ontr nine Vnots. the old relic of the
ft-wll wr should make a sertar"'ar
blae when the torrh fs arm' led Fev
rl thnpsaTirl tmertators will catebr
alone: te shores to watch the doom
of he ship.
T Ooner bfafh haw hppn found n
eTrfiVnt sot for wrpoirlntr ties nM
wrins. s""Ti a rmr In tne tld1
for'n trip wn-Vmi plentv of
time to tiir t rnln.
Tfi rfnnf" ia4 In ! Tfnt?
h ('ecV rif '5 Trait net "TJ-m fr-rtr
or'flni'S- ticsafT fnr Qitp v
j r-fp n t"h 'nft vTt ty,a (-
I vT.n hnvt to po nn their knF to
4 use It
"The World and its Wo-1
man" Surpassing in Mag- j
nif icance and Interest, j
Geraldlne Farrar never did jl better
picture than "The World and Its ;
Woman," In which she opened a i
week's engagement at the Ellanay
In fact. If there are any better pic-1
tnres. any that hold the interest bet- I
ter U.d seem to have no extraneous,
scenes or action. It Is not possible to !
recall them at this time. I
With Lon Tellecen. ner husb&ud In
real life, acting the part of a youne
Russian nobieman. Miss Farrar plays
the role of an American girl left an
orphan by the sudden death of her
father, a mining engineer. This is
their first joint picture. Her" father
having been in charge of the oil fields
tor the father of the youthful noble
man, he leaves his daughter to the
care of the senior prince on his death.
The gtrl charms the aged man with
her voice and he educates her for the
stage, where her career is wonderfully
successful. The young nobieman
marries a girl of his station socially,
but not morally, and when he dls
covera that she Is not true to him. he
falls in love with the American sing
er. She reveals to him that they
played together as children and re
minds him that she told him the
story of -Cinderella and the Fairy
prince" and so the prince comes into
her life with all the ardor of a gen
uine wooer. . .
Then the world war breaks out In
July. 1914. and succeeding scenes are
not only gripping in the Intensity of
their dramatic action, but they are
really remarkable in that genlune
picture, are shown of the scenes at
tending the departure of the Rus
sians for the war; and of the wild en
thusiasm ot the crowds. These are
followed later by genuine pictures
taken in the streets of St. Petersburg,
the Russian capital, during and after
ih revnlutlnn. nhowlne the terrorism
spread by the Bolshevik! and the
-Red Guards" and all the horrible
atrocities perpetrated in the name of
freedom by a wild mob. thirsty for
blood and power. The scenes are
worked Into the film so well that they
keen nn the thread of the story ia a
most thrilling manner.
The "nationalization- or tne xrueu
women of the conn try. in which their
name, are naated and thev are turned
over to any member of the rabble
willing to claim them, to be carried
off as mistresses, forms one of the
blood-chilling scenes In the great pic
ture. There is not a moment where Inter
est lags and the acting of Miss Farrar,
Mr. Tellegen and an the company is
excellent- The scenery is appropriate,
and. as one may imagine, massive, for
Russian princely estates are shown,
interior and exterior. The crowd is
shown smashing the heavy oaken
doors of castles, wrecking. Killing
and ruining everything in their
irenzy ror biooa ana loot.
It would spoil the story, of course.
to detail the misfortunes that over
take the young prince while fighting
ror his country and or nis zignt to
rescue the American girl and escape
with her from the Bolshevik mob to
the American ships of war and Old
Glory at Archangel, but the blood
rusnea zaster ana yon want to cneer
as it ends.
The beantv of the nlcture was en
hanced Sunday by music by the Bey
erstedt orchestra. Prior to each show
Ing, an overture was played by the
Ofcseotra and Onrllle HarrM saag
two songs, one of them Burt Byer
stairs -Juarez Blues." Mr. Harris
was forced to respond to numerous
encores each time. The incidental
music by the oreaestra throaghoat
the showing of the nlcture added
greatly to Its enjoyment.
The crowds were so 'great that
never at any time during the show
ing of the picture was everybody able
to get In until the last performance,
at ten oclock In the evening.
If the theater Is not peeked all
week. It win be because the public
aoes not appreciate a great ptctara.
Not having seen all the great pictures.
it is not possible to say that is the.
greatest ever made, but of all I
nave seen, this is, to my mind, tee
greatest. G. A. M.
union movement will soon be grat
ing througn penannr- oi "J'l-"-
i'UDUC itnunw win '
oraaLxed pillage Increased produc
tion must keep step with increased
The sooner every thoughtful work
ingmao gets that truth worked Into
his thoughts the batter it will be for
the causa of organised labor.
GRECIAN WM. S. HART IX
"RIDDLE GAW.NB." .EIV FILM
William S. Hart will please, thrill
and entertain his many admirers at
the Grecian theater today In one ot
the most human and absorbing stories
this big westers favorite has ever ap
nea red In. "Riddle P.swn "
They called htm -Riddle" becaase
little was known about him. bat when
the time came the riddle was solved
ana soivea in tne most thruilng. spec
tacular manner von an Inurinn
All of Hart's pictures are good and
"Riddle Gawne la certainly one of
tis best. "Hart's admirers win be
specially pleased with this picture.
Those who have sot been folio wing
. uiiio in sm-iT snouta oy
all means see "Riddle Gawne" be
cause or its tenseness, bigger and
powerful human element.
XORMA TALMADGB ALIIAMBRA..
"The Isle of Conquest," the latest
ma Talmadge. win be the attraction
Ar tha A lkatnliM . 1 fm . a
. . ---- ivwaw. a ma arm
mat r rosin I --.-.....--,.-.. .
critics to be "all picture- and si
"-"J f'C'iuua wors OI JIISS
Talmanira TkU t -l.. -
IL , . me youngest ot
k iraIt??.dBe atsters. makes her de-
Letters To The Herald
OX ORGAN1ZCD ZAB0B
Mr. Gompers Is reminding us about
during the war, and seems to think
tKa MHI..1r.nl. m. - . .
-" inu-1-.owio rcatiraisc oi ins
fin Inn la nnt Tvrn--lv . .-. a a
w-faai,aaA lag O. ItaiNn
wide industrial strike daring the
w!t T-Kratu cull 113 Trwt71 lO
v - j .ii iusj aai, oow lui IM
Inrm las n-sr-.-
w -rot. "ssruuso j i K a ill OCX laDOT
'y V4 c: rru u inai X
consideration on account oC Its
patriotism daring the wttr is nare
The laborlnjc man who remained at
home daring the war and worked
while the other fellow fontfht got
j'l the way from $7 to SIS a day for
him A1iM Vnkll. ,1.aa - a. -
his life on the battlefield got JS0
rf mna Va 1aV..I-n. iu
a .vafw WIO U-WVI IIIKj UIOU UIU
valiant service In sostalnlnr onr sol
diers In 4he field and yerllr he Is
rn iiiicsu 10 n iir rewira ana ven iy
he pot It! Never before, perhaps, was
labor paid osch generous wages as
tt wifl oatd riurintr the war.
Would ntmiA .trWl flflVA Vakastl
as "patriotic" If it had been drafted
and compI!d to work for $30 per
month ? With all due respect to
orfiraniied labor. T. for on- vatv mn,-
T ws once a memr of the Wet-
-41 'Vf "inirio, 1 !! HIT
svmpmthv has alwavs been with the
Hut tne nmons. nv t"ir noncv of
t u'w " uiu. kid ipiiv iiirir'Mn-;
mv symnathv and resnoct ss T b71eve
th-v are Io!nr the good w!Tt of the
pnM'" ji (r,nral
labor undergoes a radical change the,
IF IT'S GOOD FOR CHILDREN-IT'S GOOD FOR GROWNUPS
DRINK MORE MILK
We take extraordinary care that the milk we serve shall be pure and fresh. Our
milk is from tuberculin tested cows only. Phone your order and our wagon
will stop every day.
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AMERICAS SHIP REFLOATED.
Yokohama, Japan, Not. 10. The
American steamer Benonl. which waa
reported ashore at Saratoga SpM on
November 7. has been refloated. Part
of the cargo had to be discharged In
order to haul the vessel into deep wa
ter. The Benonl is bound from Now
Tork for cMnKhai-
Womfn. to have suffrage, in Italy
outnumber the male voters.
"TIE IIG PIANO HOUSE"
JENKINS PIANO CO.
21K13 TTAS SIKH
c a package
before the war
during the war
THE FLAVOR LASTS
SO DOES THE PRICE.