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EL PASO HERALD
AT EL PASO'S BIG FREE SHOW
Lots of Music and Dancing; Pretty Girls Take Part in
"Made in El Paso" Exhibit; Booths Filled and Artisti
cally Arranged; Show Will Continue Through Week;
No Admission Charged; Tonight Kiwanis Night.
HAPPY thousands surged through
the aisles of Liberty hail Tuesday,
night when the doors of the "made
in El Paso" show opened to the
tublic Erom T:S0 oclock until the
last tired Couple left the dancing floor!
ntar midnight merriment held sway
;t the city's largest house party. J
Resplendent In Latin and American j
f-o orb. the large hall bore the as-j
pect of an Oriental bazaar. Throbbing!
n rythm with the jazz orcnestra tne
medity of mo em en is reminded one
of a Venitian carnivaL And when
pretty ma.dens capered In Cairo cos
tumes across a. stage decorated with
uisen cacti the iaet fine touch of
c jf,ri,opohtanisra needed to make, the
ci'i s partv a success was added,
tuialbll Fine and Varied.
The result of the studied planning
and -ong weeks of work of officials
,t the cnamber of commerce and the it
heipers was pronounced a success I
w hen every available booth in the
hz.il was found to be filled with wel
arranged exhibits. Ar.d these ex I
I D.iors joined ip the rejoicing when I
f y disccv&red that the throngs dis-
a ed a genuine interest is the i
.Tirgs made in this city. Not booth
without eager, curious t I si tors
-u ho ti)'.q the exhibitors with many
d the rustle of the serpentine
-rnlet:! me tooting of whistles and
:he plamtia scraping of the jazzing
I:ddle many a perunent question in
rej-ad to th- more serious business
f trie she was overheard. Ana lit
tle w onaer for among the many
Paso produces there were
hewn portraits and pumpkins, aat.i
irtses ana machinery, pop and pots,
flour and f loo. era, cider and side-
bs. lamis and lubricants. Jelly and,
I at Herald Beet.
f-v rg to the fact that an accident
dr.rra.red The Herald's Ludlow type-se-
nsr rra"hine while It was being
(onecd to l.ti-erty hall Tuesday, U
'mpc'ble to have The Herald
: ootn .t operation the opening night,
-.-a a'" reii. made and the ma
v'e .s expected to be running tc
mh. dernon-rr.tinr this method of
i jifs'l-iis. The Herald has three
cf ti-e'-e irachines, wliich are used for
setting lartre type The Herald also
hi n.r.e Mergenthaler linotype ma-
Big MarUaery Exklbtt.
Amor,- the "1 and more exhibits
r le attracted more attention than
'ra. of the county farm bureau in
anre of Rowland Harwell. Every
thing trcod to eat raised in the upper'Glsss company, featuring Turtle's 1m
nd lower valley was to be found In '. perlal paint: This Is an BH Paso pro
this booth in cms. In boxes. In Jars. , duct, of course. Varnishes made here
r.w on ro of ureserves nut no bv . are shown also. In the left back
the girls of fhe Tsleta school wrested I
!! admiration from scores of visl- I
tirs The fruit exhibit was In charge .'
i f Mies Pelen Hubbard Swift, home I
e-ono-T'es demonstrator Not least of I
of the city.
Tuttle Paint and
1 ttt. PASO ST YEARS.
Sore - tiiroat
BAU M E
applied at once
Get a tube today
ThmL iMalat C It. Y.
THE LATEST METHOD.
THE BKWI I.KAiERS.
There's bp reason why a person should
take sickening, salivating calomel when a
few cent boys Dodson's Liver Tone a per
fect subrtitcte for calumet
It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid which
wCl start year Ltct just as surely as calo
mel, but it doesn't, make you sick and can
Chl'ircn ar.d grown folks can take Bod
fc . , - - Txie, becanse H ia harmless.
Concert Program for
the Big Show Tonight
PILLOWING program will be
rendered by the-El Paso Mu
nicipal band at Liberty hall at
the "Made-ln-El-Paso" show this
X. March, "Under f-e Doable
2. Overture, -Light Cavalry"
X. Popular selection, "Bits of
Remicks Hits" Lamps
4. Waltz, "Teaoro Mlo" ...Beonccl
. Overture, "Ramond" . . .Thomas
f. Spanish serenade, "Visions of
T. Russian Bag (Interpolating the
world famous "Prelude" by
8. Descriptive selection, "A
Hunting Scene" Buealoesl
,. tha number of little legumes In
the container, j&iaa v,.u - - -
container Miss Kuin
chaieofthau At tneiwWhe
v,a. phftrrc of
exhibit is a miniature screen on
welch stereoptican views w I
crons are shown. The stereoptican
operated automatically. ;
Perhaps the largest exhibit in the I
hall is me macmuevy eaniMi &
Tnrlr nA lion. Every HUr
.vnJ, .una here was made bs El
excent the Stover engine. The
future of this lot is a fibre cotter,
whirh makes fibre out of desert
nlants. The exhibit Is in charge of
Information About Kl Paso.
One of the sooths has. a com
posite exhibit showing every kind
of modern commercial printing from
directors down to weddimt stationed.
The connection bet wen the two lsfl
brought out is the remark that It is i
wedd'ngs which makes dry direc
tories grow. Copper plates and seals
are among the exhibits which are lu
charge of G. IS. Cairns and H. T.
On the east of the hall is a cham-
I ber of commerce Information booth
I in charge of Mrs. Will T. Rives. Here
' pamphlets are distributed which con
' tain information about the city and
its industries. Ranking this booth
1 is the exhibit of the Tuttle Paint and
ground Is an enlarged portrait of
William H. Tuttle, who founded the
company is 1R8S. The booth is in
charge of G. E. Moore.
Wemaa TeBa Tonr Fortane.
a hjv i est iwui. rajwviu7 iui ttv
Men are not barred, thongn.
one may pause and rest and
' hear reasons for preparing for that
! trairic event which, with taxes, is in
evitable. The Two Republlca booth
Is in charge of George W. Qepoart.
Beneath a canvas canopy such as
one would expect to find in the
deserts cf Arabia. If one happened
to be on one of the deserts. Is found
a fortune teller in the person of airs.
H. C Greer. Krs. Greer points out
on the left palm of the Inquisitive
visitor what fate has tn store for him
?r-.. A"d.il.!Ll;i.OWT, h?U,n-1
Greer is no Improvised seer svejh as
one frequently finds at such enter
tainments. She is a sure enough for
tune teller who Is gotng to devote
her time in the future, she says, o
telling the fortunes of soldier. She
hold forth at the "made In El Paso"
show under the auspices" of the El
Paso Federation of Women's clnhs.
Beatrice God te Loofc At.
One is compelled to stand long and
vent "Ah's" and '"Oka" when he ar
rives at the Interior deeoratioB
booth of the Popular Dry Goods com
pany. The background here Is a
woodland -scene in tapestry. Before
It Is a life shse bust of Beatrice.
Whether one knows who Beatrice IS
or not she elicits devotion, for she Is
handsomely thrown together ajsS
wonld look well around the house.
nolvchrome lamns throwtne taster
o'er the hronse of Beatrice and min
gling with the woodland grasses at
the rear The eThlbtt f In cOisiwa nf
if. J. Xavfleld. interior decorator at'
Just across the aisle Is another
booth exhibiting interior deeoratioBff.
These Interior decorations consist of
cake and hot chocolate, served at 20
: cents per decoration by the Council
; of Jewish women. Mrs. V. Zielonkg,
, is chief decorator.
Ket Hea-atade MMnlli.
I The Robert E. Lee chanter. Tj. TX
C. also exhibits a fine 'line of in
terior decorations in the shape of
-when headachy; sick
Calomel is a dutgerotu drag. It is mer
cery and attacks yoer bones. Take a dose
of nasty calomel today and yoo will feel
weak, sick and nauseated tomorrow. Dont
lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of
Dodaan's liver Tone instead and yon viQ
wake up feeling great. No more bilious
ness, constipation. Unggia&nees, headache,
coated tongue or sour stomach. Your drag
girt iys if yon dont find Dodson's Lirer
Tone acts better than horrible calomel yotzr
mosey is waiting for yon.
I Local Y.M.C.A.
Secretaries From . All Parts
of the World Gather
ing at Detroit.
T. M. C. A. secretaries from all
parts of the world are arriving dally
in Detroit for the International con
vention of the association, Wnvember
lS-iJ. Delegations from China, India,
Janan. South American and European
countries are there already, according
to news reaching El Paso.
The EI Paso T. M. C. A. and this
section win be representee by the
following delegates: W. H. Day, H. P
Demand, S. J. Brient. a X. Enqulvel.
F. C. Holloway. Gideon Hlggln
botham, Kelly O'Neall. a. R. Oordero
and W. & Brown; all these of Central
branch. Also corresponding secre
tary H. H. MeElroy, Alamogordo, K.
1C Mr. Livingston and W. T. Jones
of Marfa. Texas. They will leave
Vital questions of .future policy
will bring up general discussions at
the meeting on hew to farther the
work and increase activities that
have been developing for years
in other countries. Workers In all
foreign countries have been recalled
I In order to get their views nerore
I shaping a worldwide program of se
! clal welfare.
tMrt i , . i , ,i.,t. MmHtmM
... . )
work have been received from then
governments of France. Italy. (Bel
gium. Greece. Siberia, Poland.
ft echo -Slovakia. Armenia, and PaM-
..n men wo wore the red
. these eotmtrles through
oot tte , win take a prominent
: part in formulating pleas for the
future of the x.
sandwiches, coffee and popcorn. The
coffee is roasted by the C H. Flnley
company. In addition to the food
dispensed here there Is a cook book
for sale which is guaranteed to lower
the probabilities of divorce la any
home where it is resorted to. Mrs.
Fred E. Stevenson is chairman of
the sreneral committee in charge of
the exhibit and Krs. B. Perkins was
chairman of the aseciaj committee tn
charse of the booth Tuesday night.
Heat is like diamonds. It Is en
tirely too valuable to hsve hanclns
around in public In large quantities,
so the Peyton Packing company's ex
hibit consists mainly in several
paintings of slaaxhtered beef, show
ins how the real thtms looks down
at their establishment.
The Globe Villa have a well ar
ranged array of sacks exmlalntna;
"made In Kl Paso flow. BeKlnnlmr
this evening a pretty woman will
serve the nubile with biscuits made
from that floor and baked In an oven
before your eyes
BelelievifliB Is Denounced.
On the west end of the ban the
Junior chamber of eosunerce has an
information booth. Here may he
1st votes in the beet booth con
test. H. C. Eckltn Is in charse.
The entire center of the hall was
Tlven over to dancing. The Tuesday
nisrht proceeds went to the Bed Cross
which bad charge of the show. Ir
W. I Brown headed the Red Cross
G. A. Martin oxilcsany opened fnej
exnosition in behalf of the directors
and Introduced Dr. Brown.
The p-ogram started with snappy
melody by the Jaw orchestra. Frank
Cbeek then sane the Red Pros Roll
all, a Beyerstedt special. Judge nan
Jackson delivered a short, patriotic
'ooms i-i wnirn auoHrae wh cum
to Armistice day and Bolshevism de
nounced. The oriental dance which followed
the address pleased the audience so
well that Miss Elofee Knott, the
danseuse, was compelled to do it
aeain fo the accompaniment of torn
toma, i nis was Touowea ny an ant-
"ml by Ilia Nancy Edwards.
Miss irinna Edwards played the vio-
rn ana jtiiss Mary neerraans piaveu
he piano for the dance. Harry
Joron sang a comic song.
The dancing over with mors
booths were Fought out. The "Welch
Bedding company was foand to have
a mattress and a set of springs on
exhibition lke mother need te fix
for the boys. The cotton that goes
into the mattresses was grown in
the El Paso valley and the factory
does the rest. Every- visitor at the
booth leaves his 'is it. ami some
body will get a mattress tree Satur
day night at a public drawing. W.
U. Danghdrill. proprietor of the com
pany, is in charge of the booth.
The Globe Department store has a
showing ef women's and girls' dress
es under the supervision of Mrs. W.
Tonight Is Kiwanis XlKht.
The show tonight witl be in charge
of the Kiwanis etna. This dub hs
orepared a varied program and will
have charge of the dancing after
ward. John Kegan said the muni
cipal band would, give a concert from
1:30 to :M oclock.
as a special treat the Juarez mil!
tary band win give a concert at the
mow next ssturany night and Gen
Eaeobar of the Jaares garrison will
be a special guest. Felix I Fonmler
or the c Bam ber or commerce obtained
the genera!' promise to come during
a visit Tuesday.
Thursday night Is Rotary night at
EL PASO MUD
TAX VERY LOW
Other Texas Counties Vote
Heavier Taxes Than
People of El Paso.
"The defeat of the road amendment
to the constitution of Texas on No
vember 4, was' a calamity to the state
of Texas," said judjre Ad rain Pool.
"It means that every county in Texas
it matters not how poor that county
may be. will have to build Its own
road, and It will make It almost
impossible for the state of Texas to
Have a state system of highways,
"But we are going to build hlth
way number one, because we are gro
in g to put Jie same spirit back of it
that the citizens of El Paso showed
when they voted for the road amend-
mend fourteen to one. The highway
commission is. determined to build
road number one across the state of
Texas, because its members realize
that this gives the people of the Uni
ted States an inlet into Texas, and
the people of Texas an outlet to any
other place that they desire to go."
State Liheral W.tA Cs.
"The commission has been very lib
eral with west Texas and had it not
been for their com Ins: to the aid of the
thinly populated counties on highway
number one in west Texas, we would
nwver have been able to make this
connection. For example. In Buds
peth county the highway commission
bis carried one-nan oi toe payroll in
that county to keep road number n-s
in condition, in Culberson county,
they are giving liberal aid and the
j.tate la spending three-fourths of thejaend money tv M MtJUbtfrKi u ai-
money to build across the Monananal re to t Asoa5 Carito when
money to build across the Monahana
sands, and as long as we have the ivt
Paso and west Texas spirit to back
ap the commission, we will continue
to build and improve highway num
ber one through we3t Texas "
Big Bond Issue Voted.
The 24 counties traversed by high
way number one, have already voted
or will vote within the next 30 dayb.
$36,795,000 to build roads in these
counties, and highway number one is
the main road m ach of these coun
ties, and was the road that prompted
the people to vote the bonds.
CBlkerson county alone voted
bonds 1 the amount of flOO fr
each man. woman and rklld Bt
lag te the rowty to help era
street this road.
"El Paso county has already paved
50 miles of this road and the next
work done by the com mission era'
court will be the continuance of this
road from Fa bens the county liae,
giving us 65 miles of paved road n
highway number one, across 1 Paso
county. The road will be paved aII
the way from Mount Pleasant to Abi
lene, a distance of 950 miles.
EI PasVs Rate Lew.
"Ei Paso has lowest road tax rate
of any county on Highway number
one, due to the fact that the roafl
problem in El Paso county is a very
simple problem. We only have SQv
000 acres in thia county to bu.ld roadi
through, while the average north
Texas county has 40,00) acres of
land to build roads through. In other
words, it takes twelve times as many
roads in Lamar count v to aire the
1 Tknnls tiA safT1 aervic ai it does in
p&so county, and Lamar county:
h, nnhif nf the assessed val- i
nation or Ki aao county.
Ceuiitlea Show GrM.
These counties that have voted !
these big' bona issues nave sDown 't
ITMI L UTTS1 1 VJ 1U1 auaue MHU w fc ws.
grit, for It kItcs them a very hist
roaa rate tax ifor example, uauu
ornt7'8 road tax rate is Si) cents on
thtfr- $190; Lamar's is 70 cents; Titus
county's is $1 30 and Rockwall's i
Jl26. while the El Paso tax rate cn
UP road bonds is only 14 cents on the
leas than one-third of that of
Dallas county, and one-ninth of Tltua
or Rockwall and one-fifth of that of
Lamar or any other north Texas
county that has roads. So when we
take this Into consideration we must
admit that we have other progressive
itixena on highway number one in
Texas, besides those in El Paso coun
ty." the show. Friday night the Adciub
will have charge and Saturday night
the University club will direct the
amusements. The feature of Satur
day night will be a masquerade bait
The makers of the show are anxi
ous that the public understand that
no admission is charged.
Thursday evening is to be a gala
one at tbe "Made in E! Paso" exhibit
at Liberty halT. On thi? evening the
El Paso Federation of Women's clube
will have charpe of the dancing con
cession and preceding the dancing
there is to be a grand march In which
the Confederate Vetera nn and O. A. H.
Veterans are to take part. They will
be present as guests of the Hobert E.
I-ee chapter of the United Pausrhters
of (lie Confederacy lso tre girls of
S1 will be guests of the chapter and
trill take part in the grant march.
They will meet at 8 oclock and re
freshment? will be served them by
the members of the Robert E. Lee
chapter who w!l form an escort of
henor to thm in the march
CITIZENS PLANKING TO PAVE
STREETS IN HIGHLAND PARK
The proposal to pave the streets
along the Highland park line from
Cotton avenue to tre old city limits
at Louisville street, was taken up at a
meeting of the Highland Park Im
provement league held Tuesday even
ing at the fre station in that distrlct
A. R. Webb, county trcasnrer, and
president of the lague. presided.
A number of propertv owners n
that section are non -residents To
Interest these out of town parties in
the project, a committee of eJtrht was
appointed This eomm ttee -will get
together Thursday night.
It is said that at the outbreak of
tbe war. in April 191 T, enough prop
erty owners to Insure success In the
movement had expressed a willing
ness to back th project, hut it was
determined by those then Interes'ed.
in view of posi Ae ar necessities,
not to go ahead with the work.
TOM CRUTCHFR WIRES
Tom W. Crnteher. formerly of El I RING ALTERS WAR STAMPS,
f.in1iTltVnf"Vo"dk"?i! CHARGED; BROKERS RAIDED
Thomason, of n Paso, on !p'irKing Chicago, HL. Nov. It. The first
of the announcement of Mr. Ti-oma-1 step on the part of the government to
son for governor: t break up what Is believed to be a
"Just read the El Paso Hera'.J con- j nation wide ring ot brokers who
talntng your announcement as a can- hae been fraudulently altering war
dldate for governor. I assure you sarins stamp certificates, waa taken
that it will be & pleasure to assist I Monday when United States secret
in any way possible here In the west service men. under the direction of
Texas oil belt to make your race a I Capt. Thomas I. Porter, raided the
success and your gubernatorial am- ; office of six brokers. Among the of
bitions a realitj. There are quite j fices raided were:
a number of El Pasoans in this oil Martens St company. United States
field and I am quite s-jre they ail el ! Bond company, Welden Webster,
as I do and are with you to the f .n I n ! Carl White. J. S. Low its. -Best
wishes " I Welden Wsbster was the only
RABBIT RAISERS TO FIGHT
HIGH COST OF SUPPLIES
At a meeting of six committeemen.
three each from the El Paso Poultry
association and the El Paso Rabbit
and Fancier association, held Tues-
rtav niehi at the borne of P S. Ford,
2910 Memphis s'riet the- K' l'ao
Poultrj and Rabbit Prettier-' Supply
ass"cat on n.:s I-i-r.cbed
Collective iiurchu&.ng cf supplies
to keep down the cost of production.
was the toic d'cucsed by the newly
formed bod.-. Most of te members
of the two parert ao-iat!on have
:1 to IZf1 rat - a aid chu.k'-ns in
lueir j arcs.
For October -
Directors of the Associated
Charities Meet and Dis
At the November aeetJag ef the di
rectors of the Associated Charities
Held Tuesday' night in the Roberts
Banner beilding. H. B. Stevens, the
president, told the directors the plans
for the December campaign were
practically aB completed. Hs said
that I. G. XcNary had been made
general chairman and-that the man
agers and team captains had been in
vited to a luncheon at the Hotel Shel
don, November it, by Mr. McNary for
the plans for the campaign to be
explained. A few generous subscrip
tions to the rand, he said had come
in unsolicited. '
A large part of the meeting was
taken up with secretary J. B. Owln's
report for the work for October. The
directors we told that during one
month M transportation grants bad
been made. The secretary "plained
that most of these were tube rollers
who had been assisted to return heme,
some of them. as. far away as New
Tork and Chicago.
There were 1S taranJes living In BI
Paso helped out during the month and
0 bsbiea dally were taken care of at
the Say nursery.
Secretary Owln reported that M
had been received la that month, con
tributed entirely by the Ef" "
the people helped. SWtaryjW that
the ValmtiTea ware ftes wlllltag to
they would not send it to the peorle
Four hundred and forty-five meal
were given to mem a. lodgtag house,
which is open day and night.
The nurse gave vrf??"0"
work and this showed that lis peo
pU had been treated at tie dfafc.
She also told of the health exhibit.
Over 4M Mexicans Hare visited the
exhibit. It will continue open until
the 18th of this month.
Mrs. 1 A. Fatter was appointed to
look after the Associated Charities In
terests at the Jfade in ElJ f"
hiblt. tonight when the g
will receive the proceeds from the
Rabbi Martin Zielonka. made a re
port on the Texas eoafereiiee on so
cial work at Dallas. Texas, which he
atiS?ew. I Poxworth teld ot pis.
forthe -bundle day jjjd she said
clothing would ?ctd tw Tg
as usual by the fthoo children, that
boxes would be Placed oatsWe of eaeh
school from wMeh the clotting wlB
he collected. There will also be a
large box in the paarn aad another aj
rive Points. Mrs. VbxworU asid that
"otihr va rmeded mors this year
than ever before, J
the meeting werei H. B. Stevens, Mrs.
Ol tr Sblberg. rabbit Martin Zie
lonka. Jars. U
W. Broaddus, Dr. J. A. Bawmrgs, Renr
P. B. gniekerpocker and J. B. Gwin.
Germany Swept By Series j
Of Fatal Love tragedies
By ARTHUR DAVID
Berlin. Nov. U. An amasing drama
of disappointed love has Just Been en-
l DI uB'"fcw - ...
Rrtd with tragic remits at xct.uub.
a vour man, XvseeKur ewraoimww-.
bad been JUfed by bis sweetheart, wne
refused to see Wm- . .
He wrote warntotT her that he
would be reveaged.
As the girl stood aroeng a erowfl
at the railway station where potatoes
were beta distributed, the forsaken
lover appeared aad hurled a number
of bombs at toe girl with terrible ef
fect. Six persons, taeradfnc tke Jilted lov
er, were Wled and twenty-one Inlorea.
Love trapMIes la Germany are now
so 'frequent that fney have become a.
standing feature ot the newspapera.
Another ease occurred In which
the principals were little more than
A Hamburg- 'schoolboy. eed six
teen, holiday making ta Berlin, be
came enamored of a c'rl of sevea-
tewnlle teey We stroBinK tojssther
yesterday atvenlne; the girt a former
admirer, also aged seventeen, camel
on the scene. . . . I
A heated alterentlon ensued, at the
end of which the young Hamburger
drew out a revolver ana ra
rival through the heart.
Oh, Boy! This Girl
' n i n7J I
TTru.W PTfi h.ftrnrl S nillS
' ' , . .. .
New Tork. Nov. 11- An advertise-
"JJL WhlsJJfS.t f Columbia
issue or tne paper otw hw wuiws
it it Snectator." The ad reads: "Are
you bound by convention T A Colum
bia a-irl from out of town, cultured,
wen bred and fairly good looking,
wishes to make tbe acquaintance of
several men In order to be introduced
at Columbia functions. Sae is entirely
unconventional and Is willing te meet
the men half way by paying alt ex
penses. Strictly confident iai."
Several hundred students are pa
tiently awaiting a reply, for the ad
wss well answered.
Even High Cost Of
Intoxication Goes Up
Paris. France, Nov. IX. The high
cost of living is going to make it
more expensive to get drunk and dis
orderly In France. X, Escudler, one
of the deputies from Parle, points
out that the present fine of 18 as
seseed by French magistrates for this
offense was fixed many decades ago
and that the amount the French gov
ernment gets oot of a drunkard Is
ordinarily smaller than that received
by the assisting bartenders. His bill
to remedy the evil Is expected te pass.
o.oKer arresiea ana ne was neid la
bonds of M0.
rebsb still has
1 'LTfVS.-lSiJzy LSf?"
I1 w,no dangerously Injured In
j an automobile accident last Friday
morning, is much improved, according
1 to a late bulletin from Hotel Dleu
. Wednesday. The man Is suffering
irom a severe iraciure or. tne SKuil
teceived when tbe automobile he was
driving turned over on Val Verde
Hospital far Women and Children.
St Mirk's. 1001 Nevada. Ph SU80 Miss
i Emily Dana Green, H. N. SupL Adv.
f wnifc 1 Una-1
r i mini
Not oiy do you sleep owe-dnrd of ytwr fife, be the quality of yew work and
kVs (kgree of your pleasure depend to a Urge extent on the rat you get in bed
A good mattress msares good reb
We speeisiiae 1b good sk tresses we make no other kind. The following are aB
GOOD matteseee cae of them will suit job.
The De Luxe The Venus The Reliance
Liberty Felt King Coilon
The FoBowmg El Po dealer will sell yoo the above naUrest or their cms
special brand manufactured by as:
Berry hill furniture Co.
Heme Furaitsre Co.
Hoyt FunDture Co.
Girls Clothing Contest To Be Held
AUSTIN. Texas. Nov. IS. Ia order to
raise the standard of dress among
girls of high school age by consider
ing -not detached prehleiaa, but she
harmony ef each article made with
its wardrobe environment, the occa
sion snd the budget" a girls' clothing
context u to be held tn the high
sehools of Texas, the plans for which
hava been prepared by Was Lillian
Peek, of the state department ef edu
cation, who to the director of the con-
C2T . u . MnsJdered
... dm. bat togetbsr with
nil Kb accessories, underwear, shoes,
hose and hat and with reference to
the occasion and the sydset," said
stun Peek. -Also to ptoee the domes
tic art were- In our chols m a
mere practical consurtant asi trth
So bails, by empbaalslng the princi
nles of good taste hi dress rethsr than
PlttlaTand fostering the hUMation
of fashion." . ,
Bnltstment In the contest must he
voluntary on the part of the school
1 LOCAL. AND
El Paso and Southwestern
No. 4. due at llJ p.
uled to arrive Wednesday at 1 p. m.
Rl Puo and Southwestern train No.
5, dus at 3:40 p. m, was scheduled to
arrive at 4:M p. m. Southern Pacific
train No. 12. due at 2:4 n. as,
elieduled to arrive at 1:1ft p.
Texas and Pacific train No. 1. due at
1:45 p. m, was scmMuIed to arrive at
12:45 a. m, Thursday, aad train No.
tl. due at 1:M p. m, was scheduled
to arrive at lt:H a. m. Thursday. AU
other afternoon and night trains
were reported on time
rrronTTTyr .U Avoid Trouble Leave
nivuuiiH Baggage Checks at
Iiosgwelrs, or Terepnone No. L.
Saevr Cattle la El Paso.
The Highland Hereford Cattle com
pany, of Marfa. Texas, had MM head
of thoroughbred whlteface bull calves
la local stockyards Tuesday. They
were enroute to the Kansas City
stock show. W. B. MUehell is presi
dent ef the company. Local stock
men were admiring them during their
rest in the yards bere..
TeUs ot Bis Wheat Crap.
Mai. W. H. H. Uewellen of Fort
Selden. N. K when In El Paso Tues
day, told of wonderful crop of the
famous Burbank wheat raised by Mrs.
Perkins near that place. "She raised
(0 bushels an acre off of seven acres,
thai last season," said tbe MsJ. Ltav-
e,1'n- 1 speaa or sirs, mvnns ooing
this because she paid ti a round for
four pounds of that wheat tour years
7t h,,, . a.,-, w
"Treat plant wlsard. Burbank. ft was
f this seed that the big crop 1
JPjak, of was obtain It 5 a wSn-
did flour. Mrs. Perkins can get ex
tra price for It for seed. She has had
an order from Canada for 59 pounds
Br. Bberr. Dentist. 113 Mills Bldg
Goes Through to Midland
Will Manning, of Midland. Texas,
took through El Pasc Tuesday IX car
loads of two year old white face
steers He bonght them In the WTI
cox. Arts., country and was taking
them to Midland.
Dr. X. C. Lee. internal medicine and
obstetrics: returned from service. 415
Martin Bldg Ph. 381 Res. Sill Adv.
Preforms for Osteopaths.
Before the Osteopathic society of
this city. Wednesday evening at 8
oclock in the offices of Dr. J. J.
Pearce tn the Mills building, a demon
stration will be given by Ellis Whit
man of New Tork, of the disloca
tion of the letter's Joints at will, the
controled movement of his spine and
the manipulation of his ribs.
Osteopaths Br. Armstrong. 418 Roberts-Banner.
Office Ph. 1141. Res. SMS.
Man From Peru Is Visiter.
R. Spillsbury, metallurgist for the
famous Cerro de Pasco, copper mines
of Peru, wbo Is bow la the United
States studying methods at the smel
ters In this country, was an arrival
at the Sheldon hotel Tuesday. These
great mines owned by the Haggin
Interests are In the Andes mountains,
14.8M feet above sea level.
Dr. J. Carlten Dysart, spsetaHst. Ml
Mills street. El Paso. Tex. Phone Hit
Thos. A. Edisons Ceaaln Dies.
Los Angeles. Calif- Nov. It Frank
Edison, cousin of Thomas A Edison-
and retired rancher, died Tuesday at
na nome at ooutn santa Anita, about j
15 miles from Los Angeles, aged 75
K. c. Wade. Jr. lawyer. 781-4 Ca-
Pies Bldg. Phone Offices also
Las Cruces. N. M.
Cattle Rustlers Round ITp
According to newspaper reports
great many cattle rustlers throughout J
New Mexico have been indicted by the
various county grand Juries. Trials
of these alleged violators of the law
vfli lair nlHj at the TftrTona terma
'"1" C .... .... ji,-.
vi rum i coin'ii- iewiie wilii mo uuixh;i i v
corro ar. Luna counties have a num-
bsr of cases
It U said laat cauls
Spent In Bed
Lion Fnratture Co.
Bio Grande Furniture Co.
Rogers furniture Co.
Sottie Peters Fnrnitnre Co.
StercM rnrniture Co.
Western Furniture Co.
Visit our Booth at the Made in El Pcm
Schools Of State
single Individuals cannot enlist In the
contest independently of domestic art
classes. The contest will be held tn
the county if only one school outers
different classes in the same school
may enter the county contest. All ar
ticles entered In the general exhibit
must bs made by the girl entering
them, and the accessories for the con
test features ma jr. or chosen by the
girl. Tbe eontesnots must also write
a lvoe wora rfper on ine minimum
wardrobe requirements for girls In
T HeM Style Shew.
The unite of tbe contest embrace
first a county contest to be held in
the school at the county seat, second
a congressional district contest to be
held at some central point In the
district and finally a state contest to
be held at Austin. The plans are to
bold these contests near tbe close of
the school term. County, district and
state banners will be presented to the
school exhibiting the best a.l round
domestic art work
Miss Peek' added that a style show,
of the garments mads In the school,
may be conducted previous to. or In
connection with tbe county contest.
rustling has been so bad along the
Arixona-New Mexico line that the
livestock sanitary board of the for
mer state is seeking an appropriation
to fence that line from Mexico to the
Trh state line. The arrest snd Indict
ment of the rustlers in New Mexico la
mMiturf to the rood work or us live
stock sanitary board inspectors aad
the mounted police.
Cbas. Schwab Takea VaeaMea.
Pasadena. Calif. Nov. It Charles
V. Schwab, accompanied by Mrs.
Schwab and a secretary, arrived at a
local hotel Tuesday for what he said
would be his first "real vacation" tn
Zae Lamar Cab has resigned
from the government service end re
sumed his law practice. Mills Bldg.
a trite Causes Power Shortage
Tbe Holbrook. Aria, Weakly Tri
bune explains fast it has been work
ing under difficulties due to the scar
city of coal for use at the local else
trie light plant. It has bad to oper
ate its linotype and presses at night
on this account. The scarcity of coal
Is due to the miners' strike.
THes at Age of 104.
VanMiiv.. R P Vnv. 1 Charles
t . r k.ii.vi ih. AiAMt mftn
in uanaaa, aiea nere luesany. agsa
lut yeirs and two months. He waa
born at Versailles. France, the son
of ons of Napoleon's soldiers. Leroy
fought In the Union army in tne
American Civil war.
Bulbs: Hyacinths. TuUpe. Narcissus.
El Paso Seed Co. phone IU.
Seize Lioaer In Mine Cseses.
Salt Lake City. L'tatl Nov. It In
raids conducted by federal officers
approximately 808 gallons of liquor.
including wines ana wnissy. were ., , . " vT",,Ci -T- .
Mixed Tuesday in various' mining , fjifj; SuSSelleaSutosaM
camps in the coal region in Carbon f?J". n 'H. .y 1
county. Soldiers cooperated with the;
federal authorities, several men. all
foreigners; were arrested.
Drs. Snearlagta A Von Artaen. eye,
ear, nose and throat. 412-14 Trust
Bldg. Ph. 1531.
Been Shipments Under Way.
Shipments of beans from the Es
tancia valley in Torrance county. X
M., was commenced - recently and at
last accounts something like 40 cars
had been shlppe dand the local asso
ciation of bean growers had over L
800 000 pounds in storage.
Dr. Anna Ream. Buckler Bldg. Ph. 177.
Students HeM for Burglary.
Corvallis. Ore., Nov. It John
Thompson of Moor Park. Calif, aad
Paul K. Ross, of Ventura. Calif, both
freshmen at Oregon Agricultural col
lege, pleaded guilty Monday to
breaking into a gun store here Sat
urday night. The young men made
no attempt to rob the safe or the
cash regster and said they merely
wanted guns in order tc equip them
selves for a trip to Alaska,
Dr. Jamleaen, physician and surgeon,
mt Mills Bldg. Ph. f4 or 8520.
Graham County Cotton Production
Graham county. Aria., has shov. n
up as a cotton producer this year with
500 acres of that staple. At the state
fair in Phoenix that county won first,
second, third and fourth prises on
short staple colon and first and sec
ond prises on short staple plants. The
most popular varieties grown are the !
pure strain Mebane and Big Bow
Rouden. The best Graham county
r:eias yielded - 1-4 sales per sere.
The farmers hsve been geting 51
cents for their cotton.
Dr. 5. A. Seawater. eye. ear. nose
r.nd throat Providence hospital build
ir.g. Phone 365.
To Protect His Mmr.
Theodore parra. a Mexican, was
arretted Tjedav rfcht on a charse o
-arrviT a plstcl Whn the mnn was
taKen to the ponce station he decia-ed
'hat he carried the oistol to protect
his monev The orfly etdence of
bank noo't shotrine a
aiance or iw l e vn win ap-i
near tn n'!.. ...irf t n Mwav I
ARE YOUR XiDKEYS
OR YOUR BLADDER
Do you ever have any burning ser.
eatiens. mucous dtscsargee or Is your
bladder ever Irritated? If so go to
yoW druggist at once and get a tl -3
box of these
the prescription remedy of a success
ful physician, and start taking t he::
hnmediately according to direction
Don't trifle a moment with your kid
neys or bladder which make you e.
sufferer for life. If your back hur -or
your kidneys or bladder are
worklcg well, begin at ones taking
this dependable remedy. If you .t-,
not satisfied after taking a Jl 35 box.
tell your druggist and he will re
fund your money. This Is our guar
antee. Hlnkl Capsule Co, Incor
porated. Marf isld. Ky. Adv.
i FIX STOMACH :
I RIGHT UP i
'Pane's DigBmsta" at
ends Indigestion, Gases,
Tou don't want a slow remedy when
vour stomach Is bad or an uncerta.n
one or a harmful oue your stomach
is too valuable: you muan't Injure it
with drastic drugs.
When your meals float fit and yc i
fMl uncomfortable, when you belca
gases, adds or raise scur. undigested
food. When you feel lumps of Indi
gestion pain, heartburn or headacbe.
from acidity. Just eat a tablet cf
Pape's Diapepsm aad the stomach dis
tress is gene.
Millions of people knew the mag.:
of Pane's Diapepsm as aa actactc.
They know that Indigestion and dl-
i .l.nd atrjmaeh are so needless.
i rvuei w
.ment. and they cost so little, tco.-
"Th. sreat secret f keeping the f-
yeans Is to keep off. the deed cuticis
'fays Dr. J. Mortimer " J
do Set .n dro oC tmmeai.wi.
tb,. m. m h-ii . . k. th,
To bare tb dermstolosieal surgeon pee'
off tbe entire outer skat st eno tim is
paiarol and expeastvs epentloc Th
same result Is obtsteed by applying or
dinary atereattsed wax, s roe vonld ee'd
i cream, allowing this to remain on ev:
BlgM. then taking It offWita vim wi'.f
)a ounce usually settle. The procrc
is both painless sod Inexpensive. ihe
wax. wMch toi prneurable at roar dnc
store, asstene the natural sheddlns pr.c
ess. It sTsdually absorDs the dead cud
halt-dead akts, nveallcs the new. healt-.T
yeutatm-Iooklsr skin sndenteatn.' A-i.
Use Soothing Musterde
wins tliose sharp paios go sboctisg
through your bead, when your skull
seems asttitwoold split, jrat rob alittla
Mosteroie oq yoor tcmpics and ncci.
It itfaws out tbe iiiriamination, sootiies
aythepairi,nsoJry giving cfoickiei
Itaaterrie is s dean, vrhita ointment,
made wtftoB of iinwlaitl. Better than
a mustard plaster and does not blister.
Maoy draitofa gad nmses tumkl?
reenrnrnrnd Mosterde fat sorethrott,
brxiochitis, croup, stiff seek; astncia,
SMEBalgja, crniaystioOapipurisy, rhjetnr.3.
tjsBlumisaga, pains and aches & taa
back or rants, spraiaa, sore mtrscies,
biulses, friig-irf frosted feet csiia
of the chest (it often prevents pneu
monia). It is always tfependablc
30c and 60c jars; bospitaj szsL3X
Use Herald Wmt Ais