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DOROTHY IS
DELIGHTFUL
Light Opera At Woman's Club
CHARGETHEFTOF
U. S. PROPERTY
KL, PASO HEKAJLJJ
The One Real Buy
f
Dalton Picture at Eialto
Entertaining; Comedy
Really Funny.
Dorothy Dalton delighted Rialto
theater patrons Monday evening? when
the new bill, "L Apache" ?u shown
for the initial performance. Mis Dal
ton played a dual part that of a It-
tie A pacha 1rl and that of a beauti
ful French mademoiselle. The con
trast vii vary well shown.
Mr. Klein, technical director at the
P. ia: to, did himself and the theater a
preat deal of credit In staging the
proloc for this week. The effect was
that of water, over which the llg-httng-
effect was exceedingly clever, with
ships moving in the foreground. The
sketch had a historical bearing, being
the dresni of an old scldter as he fell
asleep while delving among the relics
of his wartime days. The music of
the orchestra added much to the ef
feet. The sketch was one of the most
clever of all the clever arrangements
conceived bv Mr Klein.
A Mack Bennett comedy Is enjoyable
3ust because it is so funny It is laugh
sb'e It Isn't ridiculous like lots of
comedv acts, bnt it Is Just purely fun.
Getting back to the real feature of
the performance, "1 Apache the
stcrv ;s set In Paris. A young girl, an
American, goes to Paris to study mu
r'c through the kindness ef her aged
erandfather. She becomes Influenced
by a very enterprising man and she
attempts to kill nim in ner uespera-
inn Hnwever. she is snared from com-
mutiny the crime by an Apache who
kilis the man in revenge. The llke
rss between the young women and
ai Apache girl plays a strong part
!r. the story, and the way the Apache
e.rl tal;s the charge of murder and
ftner charges without breaking her
tr'"t o' confidence, appeals strongly.
It -c a story alive with interest and
apr'al and riffct up to the Rialto
Rialto standard of pictures.
The orchestral accompaniments
were, as usual, (rood. The musical
numbers gien between the shows was
erec-aily good and deserving of much
roc Pi ion.
AMUSEMENTS
Aderlsemen
IXLAA'AY-GEaAtDDTE FARRAR,
E n'OBL AND ITS WOMAT"
ro.-r. ever-.- stindpoint "The Wor.d
and Its Woman" is one of the great
est pictures ever Lhown IB El Raso.
T.-iis statement is not merely an i '-vertis-.ng
phrase, it is the voluntary
consensus of opinion of thousands of
l.Hanay patrons, who have seen this
Picture the past two days. From all
eids the Kilanay management has re
ceded high and unstinted praise and
congratulations for bringing an at
tra tio-i 0f this caliber to Br Paso.
Geraldine Farrar has never in her
(THE MONTAGUE LIGHT OPERA SINGERS.
rE Montague Light Open Sogers will present a program at tie Wmiii'i
clHb adnrinni at 8:15 tonight u tbe second sttractlea in the El Paso
Conunoinry Lyceum coarse.
Toe program will cos silt in part of "A Quaker Bsmance," arranged from
an old opera or tne agnteeniu century.
remarkable screen history bad a pie
tore that can be even remotely com'
rare to "The World and Its Woman
This production positive' stands
e'one an aristocrat among films.
It nlavs on every human emotim. It
stirs the heart, thrills the blood and
In its lighter moments snnss a
hearty lauch.
xne worm ana its woman is Be
ing chown it the Ellanay theater
again today and for the balance of
the week. Tfc Ellanay management
cannot urge Its friends and ipatrpns
too strongly to attend this picture. It
is a masterpiece.
GRKCIAX BIG BILT. HART E
"KI 'ELI GAWAti, SEW I'lCTUUE
William . Hart will be seen at the
Grecian theater today for the last
and final time In bis thrilling. Terry
humca all together absorbing story
o: the west. "Riddle Qawne."
There la no need, to tell you about
Bill Hart's pictures, every 'dy knows
that his nlctores are good ones, we
can tall yon frankly, however, that
"Riddle Gawne" is one of Hart's very
Mat offeringr ,
Tomorrow the Grecian theater ore-
sttsts another big screen favorite.
Anita Stewart, rno will be sees in
an elaborate society drama of power -ffull
theme and exciting situations.
"The Combat."
AI.HA5IBRA "NOItMjt TAUIADBB"
Xorau. Talraaoee. the foremost fa
vorite scree., star, is presenting hi
latest jroaactiorL -rue isie or 'Jon
-4 st," . the Alhambra today. This
picture is an .adaptation by Jonn
Emerson and Anita Loos, of Arthur
Eornblow's romantic story, "By st
or Csaanest- rail picture, nice au
the pictures of this famous star, will
prove Immensely pleasing and la ad
dition to the star and an excellent
east, the public will have the pleas
ure of seeing the youngest Talntadge
slater, Natalie, in her first appearance
in pictures.
ilatilie hea quite a prominent part
and fatly lives up to Talmadge repu
tation.
News Brevities
t LOCAL AND CBXEItAL i
(Advertisements. )
Nasty
Colds
Get instant reiief with
'Tape's Cold Compound"
Train Bulletin.
Texas & Pacific train No. 1. due at
1:45 p. m.. was scheduled to arrive
Tuesday at 5:45 p. m. All other after
noon and night trains were reported
on time.
TrRnTTRT.'R Avoid Trouble. Leave
i.nUUXJJQ Bimn rrhock t
LongwelTa. or Telephone No, Ji
Moths Damaging Crops,
Apple erowara fn th mtftMlv nr. .
chards of rmlniiahiiA atata .
fronted with an insect known as the
coddling moth, acelrding to a report
of American consul s. A. Dow at Jna
rez, which has been made to Indus
trial officiala in Washington.
Dr. Bbert, Dentist, 218 Mills Bids.
Ensign Visiting Here.
Ssmason R. ePaeoek. & fnrm,p m
Paaoaa. now an ensia-n In th iTnftMi
States navy, is in the city on a fur
lough visiting friends. Following Us
stay here, it is understood, he is to be
Stationed at Rio fie .Tanairn Ttra.ti
Leaving the employ of the Rio Grande
Valley Bask and Trust company at
the outbreak of hostilities, be enlisted
here as a hospital apprentice, second
class, and has seen service with tbe
hospital corps at San Francisco,
bring to this county 154,00 Jewish
orpnans, paovioea xne stsxo wspaxi.
ment sanctions their immigration,
were made Monday by tbe Jewish re
lief committee, in session hers. The
children would be adopted by Jewish
families or cared for by the various
Jewish organizations In the United
States.
Dr. S. A. Schuster, eye, ear. aose
sea throat. Provtoeaee fiospua: cuiia
icg. Phone ICS.
TTIch TJvliicr Camt Im Tarls.
Paris, FraBoa, nTor. 10. The east of
living m France nas risen xsi percent
since the armistlee. This is tbe esti
mate made In statistics issued by tbe
French minister of labor.
One Soldier is Released
Two Other Men Are
Bound Over.
L. E. Zlmfer, 21 troop. Eighth cav
alry. Fort Blias, one of four men ar
rested In September on a charge of
appropriating government property,
waa released Tuesday morning by
U. S. commissioner A. J. W. Schmld.
on motion of assistant U. 8. district
attorney W. H. Fryer.
The case against Zlmfer was dis
missed. It was said, because the evi
dence was not sufficient to warrant
trial. The other three men arrested
with him were Ivan Soregg. Joe Pol-
hemus. alias "Chilli" Crawford end
Guy S. Reed. The men are all mem
bers of tbe Eighth cavalry. Zlmfer
waa arrested here and the other men
were arrested at Marts. Spregg also
has been released. Folhemus and
Reed were bound over to the federal
grand Jury at their hearing at Marfa,
Nov. (, it is declared.
The charge against the men accuses
them of conspiracy and the theft of
government property Including Zgaa
rounds oi ammunition, a mstal.
rifle, some shirts and sama oatta Tha
theft is alleged by federal agents to
nave taaen place just before tha
eisnin cavairy came to ei paso and
me uiin cavairy went to Maria.
i .
Vaida of honor at the Baalish
court must not a Keep a alary, and
ic is usual to exact a pledge to
tats enact on tnetr appointment.
To abort a cold
and prevent com4
plications, take
Bx. H. C. Lee. internal zaedietiui itnri
iMtetrian returned -ftem srlWe. tlS
JKaros wes. rtt. zw Res. HftK. Adv.
Three Hen Held,
jftariana caiMietano. vfHo vrss
st&bbed dnrtasr a can) game at Par
tido Dtas laat aatxrda.r AleA in ,
Juarez hosattal HU companions, Ol-
ruio uan. Lwcaoo maiflOM, and se.
cundarlo CanfleSarla. are being held
i or znrxner invatugaXMUi.
Oseopat& Dtb. Armtronir, 416 Rob
erta-Banner. Office Pb. 1143. Res. 5f&
Bon't stay stuffed-tip! Quit blowing
nd snuffling-: A dose of "Papo'a Cold
Compound" taken every two hoars
tintii three doses are takes o anally
breaks up s cold and ecd an grippe
rn sery.
The first dose opens your dogged
vp nostrils and tne air passages of
your had; mtop nose rnnalnir; rc
1 eves the headache, dullness, fever
ish nets, sneezing, soreness, stiffness
"Pape' Cold Compound" is the
C'jtckest sorest relief known and
coat only a few cents at drug stores.
It acts without assistance. Tastes
nice. Contains no quinine. Insist on
Tape's Adv.
Knew Ik Joy Of
A BeaB&bi Cofflpfexm
And
Thry mav be yours if yon malte the
Cuticura Trio your everyday toiiet
preparations- Tbe Soap cleanses,
purifies and beautifies, the Ointment
sutler, soothes and heals redness,
roughness, pisspies, dandruff, etc,
the Talcum powders sod perfumes.
&SS,OistiaBl2ttri SObTadona
2 Sc. Said thracahaat me world. .For
sample each tree address: "Crtiewa Lab,
8a Inspection Trip,
A. E. Sweat, manager, and I in
Morris, generml auperlatendent, of the
E. P. A a. w. railroad, left Monday
.or an uuipecnon trip over xne east'
em division.
Or. J. Carlton Dysart, specialist. 301
Mills street. XI Paso. Tel. Phone 315J.
Has lAst of Importers.
The American consul In Juarez has
been informed that a list of Mexican
Importers haa been prepared and may
be obtained by Interested persons by
application to the bureau of foreign
and domestic commerce of the Los
Angeles chamber of commerce.
E. C Wade. Jr lawyer, 701-1 Ca
ples Bide- Phone IM. Offices also
Las Crucea, N. M.
BETTER
DEAD
Life is a burden when the body
i racked with pain. Everytbing
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downheerted. To!
bring back the sunshine take
GOLDMEDM.
The brokerage office of CaralUo
Argue He, assists nt secretary of tbe
Juarez chamber of commerce, tvaa
robbed ef ISM pesos Sunday night by
thieves vrho also attempted to take
two typewriters. These, however,
were left la an alley behind the store.
Zaeh Lnmar Cobb has reejenet!
from the government service and re
sumed his law practice. Mills Bids.
One-Third Of Distance
In Paris To Melbourne
Flight Already Covered
Paris, France, Nov. 1 II. lirencn
Wireless Service.) Stieane Poulet,
the French airman, has atrea cov
ered more than 3SO0 miles one-third
of his flight from Paris to Melbourne,
Australia,
He arrived at Baa-dad. November I.
and the next day flaw without a stop
to Bushire, IM miles, in six hours
and 60 mlButas, November 7 he
started-. for India, skirtras tfcs Sea.
siaa suit.
Prison Cells Occupied
By Edith Cavell And G. j
PetitWillBeMuseums)
Brussels. SeUrtam. Nor. 1L (French
Wireless Service.) The cells 0 con pied
by Edith Cavell and Gabrielle Petit,
previous to thsrir execution by the
-Germans, are to be transformed lata
miniature museums. ,
Clothes worn by the two women,
their books and other belongings,
have been collected ami placed in the
cells.
f&IotaLs
sH
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausea! ess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and unproved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
P.i5.35c
IaportaBt to al Weses
jtMdefztef Tbk Paper
Walter Bovrard Weyl Dead.
New York, Nov. 1L The death of
Walter Howard Weyl, aged 4t. an
economist and author, was announce.!
earthquake 'shock, lasting several
investigations in Europe, Mexico and
Porto Rico for tha United States de
partment of labor.
Bulbs: Hyacinths, Tulips, Narcissus.
EI Paso Seed Cc phone 262.
Earthquake In Argentina.
Ealta, Argentina, Nov. 11. A strong
earthquake shock, lasting several
seconds, waa felt here shortly after
Sunday midnight. The tremors were
repeated at 6 oclock Monday morning
with less intensity. No damage haa
been reported.
Dr. Swearlngta A Von A linen, eye,
ear, nose ana tnroau l.z-i xrust
Blcg. Ph. liU.
fSfiOeBO Timber Deal.
Portland, Ore.. Nov. 1L Closing of
a deal la this elty last week zcr a
large tract of timber tn northern Cal
ifornia, whereby the Pickering Land
and Timbering company becomes tbe
new owner of approximately 10.600
acres of timber land la Modoc county.
Calif, at a cost of nearly IVWO.WO,
was announced here by K. W. Merse
reaa. of this city.
Dr. Anna Beam, Buckler Bids. Ph. 677.
r
Xr. Sanford Killed at Phoenix.
Phoenix. Arlx., Nov. II. Mri. E. U
Sanford, for many years a resident of
Arizona, was killed here Monday
when struck by an automobile while
reetng a atreet. Witnesses said she
avoided one autotnooile and stepped
into we pain ox anoiner. Mrs. san
ford waa the widow of a Pnumit
lawyer.
The cab'enrf remedy of Holland for over
20C years; it is an enemy of all pains re
enlunj frcra kidney, liver and uric add
t.-o-jD!:s. A!i drsgjista, three aizes. I
rot e asms Gold Merfa! ra onrr U 1
aaa accept Be jauutxn
Dr. Jamleson, physician and surgeon,
101S Mills Bldg. Ph. 24 or SUB.
gaieide in Double Tragedy.
San Francisco. Calif. N'nv It . .
Henry Sasa. a bill collector, entered
the barber shop of Charles Mmdltl-
neau here Monday and found Mlnditl
neau preparing for suicide by shoot
Ing. He remonstrsteA and Mindlti-
neau turned the gun on him and killed
1 mm. Then Mlndltlneau killed himself.
Impostors Pose As Hero
Soldiers Back From Prison
Berlin, Germa) .-, 7ov. XI The re
turn of ' German prisoners ef war haa
developed a new opportunity for pro
fessional ImpcEtora to collect some
easy cash. Baadreds of swindlers
have Infested the transit camps on
the west Border, where they repre
sent themselves to the German au
thorities as snfferlng heroes Just re
leased from British captivity and try
to collect the 3f mar&s paid each
returning prisoner. The asttal story
is that the British authorities have
deprived them of their Meatlflcatkm
papers. The German officials have
aothlag but their wits to rely on for
exposing the Impostors.
The tales Invented by the spurious
heroes are amusing and unique. One
young man insisted that be had been
Imprisoned on "an island la the Medi
terranean near India," and gave a
minute description of the ""Indian
chief" who ruled the island. He told
this atorv so often tnat at last he .
himself believed It to he true. But '
the officials didn't, and the young
man was arrested. I
German newspapers recall a elml-
lar activity shortly after the out- I
break of war when bands of lm- j
Posters toured tha country, passing !
themselves off as volunteers bound I
for the front and collecting wagon 1
loada of soap, cigars, tobacco, sweets ,
ana outer presents irom gullible vil
lagers until firm action by tbe gov
ernment put an end to the practice.
EXPLOSION INJURES FOUR
AT ARIZONA ROCK CAMP
Phoenix, Arts., Nov. 1L. Four men
were injured, two perhaps fatally, by
an explosion last evening at the rock
camp or tne state highway depart
ment two miles west of the Tamps
bridge. The men injured were G. c
Huntington, foreman and powder
man; r. si. j&ariow, . '-. Anaya ana
-woe- ttoseuoerry. aiariow ana
Huntington were the more seriously
injured.
Thousands upon thousands of wo
men have kidney or bladder trouble
id never suspect It.
Women's coamlaintB rfftan mm to
be nothing else but kidney trouble.
or the result of kidney or bladder
disease.
If the kidneys axe not In a healthy
condition, they may cause the other
organs to become diseased.
Ton may suffer pain In the back,
headache and loss of ambition.
Poor heath makes you nervous, ir
ritable and may be despondent; It
makes any one co.
Bnt hundreds of women claim that
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restor
ing health to the kidneys, proved
to be Just the remedy needed to over
come such conditions.
Many send for a sample bottle to
see what Swamp-Root, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder medicine will
do for them By enclosing ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer A Co. Bingharaton. N.
you may receive sample size bot
tle by Parcel Post. Ton can purchase
medium and large size bottles at all
drug stores Adv.
One Quality -TboDesf
Murray's Ken&ble
Extracts give .to
an; dessert a
wholesome, de
lightful Bavor.
Use one botlie
-any flavor
. - Ma a
am yoa xi ai-tj
ways attc lor
Murray's.
I Vbst Srseers
15.8 Acres
In the New Gusher District
Northwest Burkburnett.
Two 2V2 Acre Tracts
In Gorman-Desdemona Field.
10,000 Acres Pecos
-A . ' With Derrick Erected.
jjK - -
WESTEgR UNION
TEaLllRfcAM
1919 NOV II AM 7 55
A167DA 98-1 EXIKA NL I 52
WICHITA FALLS, TEX MOV 10
r R ROSS EL PASO TEXAS
SECY TEXAS AMERICAN OIL AND REPG CO. 202 MUiKJDG.
GENERAL OIL CO. WELL. OUR NEAR NEIGHBOR. REPORT
ED LARGER THAN ANY IN NORTHWEST FIELD. EXCITE
MENT SURPASSING ALL PREVIOUS BOOMS. ACREAGE
AROUND THIS WELL SELLING RAPIDLY AT TEN THOUSAND
PER ACRE. TWENTY ACRES JAM UP TO OUR LEASE SOLD
TODAY FOR EIGHT THOUSAND PER ACRE WE ARE
BESIEGED WITH OFFERS FOR OUR LEASE. NEGOTIATING
WITH ONE OF MOST EXPERIENCED DRILLERS IN FIELD
TO DRILL OUR FIFTEEN AND EIGHT TENTHS ACRES
IMMEDIATELY. SHIP IMMEDATELY BUNCH OF RECEIPT
BOOKS. BROKERS CLAMORING FOR OUR STOCK. DISCOVERY
OF THIS NEW POOL CAUSING GREAT EXCITEMENT.
DEMAND FOR LEASES GREAT BUT FEW BEING OFFERED.
J. 0. MCFAD1N, PRESIDENT.
Texas-American Oil & Refining Co.
Capital 500,000.
-and you
can still
buy at par
$1 a share
Share $1 Par.
Burkburnett is STILL the wonder field the field where the
small investors are making FORTUNES. Texas-American
owns fifteen and eight-tenths acres JAM-UP to TWO of the
greatest gushers in the entire field. The stock at par will be
withdrawn fromlhe market soon. If ycu are after some of the
PROFITS being made in the OIL game TODAY WIRE
your subscription for as many shares as you can possibly
buy. Remember TEXAS-AMERICAN is selling on its
MERITS.
Order Direot From the Company or Through Your
Broker.
4
Texas-American Oil & Refining Co,
Home Office,
201-202 Mills Building.
El Paso, Texas.
. TELEGRAM.
Texaw-AmeHcan OB at Rrfln Oempany, .
1-S03 MUla HolMlsff.
Bl Paso. Texas. .
Reserve altara ef tedc fr me t
fkar, $1 a vlixrvw Mfi7 In xnstl.
Signed
AMi-exa ....... ..........
I HOMER UNION
E
is contmum
on both of
changes, sel
t to $1
TRY EL PASO PLAN IN OURAY,
COLO, PUPILS ON "STRIKE"
Ouray. Grio. Nov. 11 PaplU at
uoray mga scnooi joined in a onaal
mow walkout Monday in an effort to
force dlsmiwal of Prof. Brlgga. prin
cipal. Their only grievance against
the principal, "strike" leaders assert.
Is that he Is "too oloV The strikers
Joined In a parade through the down
town streets.
COURT OF HONOR CONVENES;
BOY SCUTS ARE DECORATED
Is recognition of their services in
til Libert v bond eamniLleni. 1$ S3
Pao Boy Scouts were decorate
Monday night by Col. George T.
Lanchorne. comroandintr officer of
the Eighth cavalry. The monthly
session of the court of honor was
also held at the same time, in judge i
w. u. iiowe s courtroom.
Plan to BrlBff in JenUfc Orphan.
Philadelphia, P Nov. U. Plans to
WOMAN'S IsECS EVTEN OFF.
Martinez. Calif.. Nov. 11. The bortv
of an unidentified woman with three
knife wounds In the breast an an
abrasion on the head from a blow
was found nar a school house here
Monday. From appearances she hai
been dead aout two months. Her
legs had been eatn off to the knees
oy coyote. There are no reports of
any m'ssJcg persons here.
Neuralgia
yields at once to
BAUME
anAlgsique
BENGUE
with a quick and
pleasant relief.
Get a tube today
Tax. LMatlKC A Ok. a. x.
USED FIFTY YEARS
FOR RHEUMATISM
AT ALL DRUGGISTS
its rapid advance
1 Paso Stock Ex-
Hng up Monday
0 per share.
Homer Union will sell
higher
J. SICURTISS
OF J. S. CURTISS & CO.
NOTE. S. Curtiss will make the market for the New " Smith-Porter field
Besf REFINING COMPANY stock (Homer Union's successor) to be an
nounced in a few days Wait for it. It will be some stock and some market.
J. S. CURTISS.

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