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Tuesday, July 1, 1913
THE Fint National Bak has been a recognized fac
tor m the upbuilding and growth of EI Paso. And
we befieve the service nendoed ins bees helpful to
sound busmew entetprife.
Accounts subject to check are cordially Jerked.
Capital $800,000.00. Swphn $200,000.00.
W. L. TOOLEY. Vice-President
J. M. WYATT. Vice-President
E. M HURD, Vice-President
WALTBR M. BUTLER. Asat Cashier
GLEN T. MOORE. Asst Cashier
J. B. Dale
A. Krakauer
J. G. MeNary
H. J. Doaou
C. M Newman
W. L. Tooley
S. C. Awbrey
J. It Goggin
J. J. Mundy
J. M. Wyatt
D. B. GnUes
J. 8. Raynolds
Z. T. White
J. T. Primm
3. O. Crockett
Felix Martinez
C &. Plckrell
J. H. Nations
H. B. Stevens
J. W. ZoIIars
V iTT t s iiuuniug aiijivuiiueiinriiis 01 tailxorni& TS7
1 HE automobile ran to Dripping
Springs, Mat Eugene Van Pat
ten's mountain resort near Las
Cruces, will be the big event for El
Paso on the fourth of July.
No formal celebration ot the fourth
of July will be held in El Paso. Flags
will be displayed and there will be a
number of private fireworks displays.
The city will take no part in the cele
bration and t'h soldiers at the fort
are too busy with the patrol work to
participate in any celebration.
The run to Dripping Springs resort
in Organ mountains will take many of
the Ll Paso auio owners out of town
for the day. The run will start from
Pioneer plaza at 8 oclock Friday morn
ing and an invitation has been issued
by the Automobile club for all auto
owners, whether members or not, to
make the run with the club. Indian
dances will be given at the Dripping
Ssprings resort by Mai. Van Fatten, and
the El Paso crowd will return to Las
Cruces In time to see the finish of the
July fourth celebration there.
Mrs. Helen Miller has written presi
dent C. B. Stevens, of the automobile
club, and The Herald, that she will
serve a chicken dinner at the resort
on that day, and that those who do not
bring their lunches can get meals with
her. She conducts the boarding house
at the resort. She desires to know how
many will want dinner and it will be
well for any persons desiring dinner to
notify The Herald tomorrow, so that
Mrs. Miller can be notified a day in
Additional cars entered for the trip
" lude M. L. Bnrkhead. Cole "six;"
Sidney Hockett, biudebaker "26;" a C.
Awbrey, Haynes "40;" R. C Semple,
Haynes "40."
Altogether, chairman R. H. Rinehart
expects 50 cars to make the trip. The
road from El Paso to Las Cruces is now
in splendid shape.
The El Paso stores will close at noon
on the fourth, the federal building and
postoffice will have holiday hoars and
the banks will be closed for the day.
An all-day celebration, beginning
with a salute at S oclock in the morn
ing and closing with fireworks at night,
is to be given by the families of G W.
Dennis. J. J. Finnev. . H. TTmt X v.
Walker and Theo. Sauer. all of Grand ,
View. T
Conducted by
Telephones 2020 or 2040, day;
and 2770. night.
! &
Tsiy Xlght. $
Meeting of Fraternal Brother-
hood. j
Wednesday. 4
Beta-Beta club meets 'with
Miss Lucille Daniels. 4
Section 5, of the Aid society
of First Methodist church, meets
at 3 oclock with Mrs. A. A. 4"
Jones, in Grand View.
Section 3, of the Aid society of
the First Methodist church, 4
meets at 3 oclock -with Mrs. J. 4
C. Worthington, 1220 Wyoming -5
Whatsoever club of Calvary-
Houston Square church meets 4r
with Mrs. Florence Robertson,
1012 Montana street, at 4 oclock.
El Pasoans Away j
Women's Organizations I
El Pasoans Returning
The following announcements of California
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The Most Ideal Spots on the Pacific Coast,
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All on Beautiful ftewport Bay.
Still water on one side, the sounding surf on the other. Boating, bathing,
fishing, many social diversions. Plenty of cottages, apartments and hotels.
For information, write Secretary, Chamber of Commerce, Newport Beach, CaL
Miss Elizabeth Roe, who takes charge
of Houchen settlement house today has
been spending several days with Mrs.
uiaric uaawaiiader, at Rosedale farm.
"3f" 3fr
Burt Orndorff. holder of the post
card record for California, returned
from Long Beach, CaL. Monday after
noon after spending a week and many
simoleons at the California resort. H's
family will remain in Long Beach for
the summer.
John Harm, stereotype foreman of
The Herald, returned today from Dav
enport and Otuma. Iowa, where he
went to get his little daughter. Kath
erine. who has been living with her
grandmother. Mr. Harm says he heard
El Paso well spoken of everywhere and
that he didn't find any town where the
people are liver or 'more energetic.
Monday's train from Cloudcroft
brought down from th mAnnt.in
Miss Elenaor Porcher. Mr. and Mrs. L T.
Dewew and children. Misses Catherine
Foster and Franrfs Earl h h.
been visiting the Dewey's, also Mrs.
A. R. Klein and her sister. Miss Klein.
Dinners and Luncheons r)
Mrs. J. Harry Bill entertained wtth
a dinner party in honor of Miss Ermon
Smith, who has recently returned
from Sweet Briar. Virginia, where she
has been attending school the past
year. Covers were laid for six con pies.
Miss Smith, G. W. Hewllt, Margaret
Smith. Chester P. Henry, Virginia
Cornwall, Artie McDoagal. Mary Hill,
Oliver Karr, Harry Barker, Ella Mae
The decorations consisted of sweet
peas and ferns.
Six courses were served. The place
cards were tiny silk U. & flags. Cluny
doilies were used.
Music and dancing were enjoyed
after the dinner. The Misses Smith
rendered several selections.
This week's meeting of the Wednes
day Sewing elub was held Monday af
ternoon, instead of on the regular day,
because of the fact that some of the
members are soon to leave the city for
vacation trips.
Miss Florence Henderson was hos
tess. The house was decorated with
Shasta daisies, the white and gold be
ing carried out in the refreshments.
The afternoon was spent in sewing and
telling fortunes. Those present -were:
Misses Lauramaud and Clara Fink.
Glen Adams. Estelle Berrien. Laella
Williams. Grace Fleck, Mary Lewis.
Mary Leigh ton, Pauline. Maybelle and
Margaret Bryan. Frances Jenkins, Flor
ence Henderson and Eleanor Eubank.
Miss Esther Rice gave a party Mon
day afternoon for Misses Nellie and
Lola Beth Smith. Bunco was played.
Lemonade was served during the games,
and ice cream and cake later. The
guests 'were: Misses Merle Dale, Alice
Kendrick, Mabel Shea. Mary Young
berg, Lily Bell, Lucille McKee. Louisa
Leighton. Johnny Lee Cant, Elizabeth
Lucas, Mildred Lindauer, Ernestine
Koons, Frances O'Neill. Frances Meyer.
Kathleen Allen. Bertha Hilgartner,
Verna Altaian, Lupe O'Neill. Lorene
Mayer, Mary Hardie, Helen Brown, Ha
zel Smith.
Oat Of Town Visiiors
Mrs. J. C. Werle. of 1212 Wyoming
street, and Mrs. R. N. Deman. have
been having a visit from their brother.
O. N. Kirchner. Mr. Kirchner is a de
tective in St. Louis, and has just re
turned from San Francisco, where he
went to deliver a prisoner.
Mrs. Bessie Tegler. of Marshall. Xo,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. A. Hll
burn. of 3235 Waco street.
Mrs. J. D. Rawlings. of Berino. N. M..
spent Sunday with her brother, Mark
Cadawallader, and his family on their
With the new California rate in ef
feet Monday. El Pasoans again began t
to flock to the coast, taking advantage
of the reduced railroad rate to make
the trip to the seashore. Among those j
who went to Los Angeles were: Mrs.
F. J. Williams and daughter. Mrs. M.
Goldoft. Mrs. H. J. Darwood and .
daughter. Mrs. Ruth Finney. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Livingston. Mrs. A Stolaroll,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Strayer and daugh-
tftp Ur .,.. Tt.tw... a.1 III.. 1
tllA Phfnni E T nintfin Via nAlIrs '
Muller, Miss Petra Molinar, Mrs. Daniel
Payne and Evelyn E. Payne. Miss Al
berta Heep. Miss Hallie R. Irvin, Mrs.
M L. Creswell. Miss C. F. Morales 'and
H. J. Warr. Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Brown
went to Seattle. Wash., as did C.
Brown. P. G. Rogers went to Memphis.
Tenn., Miss Virginia Seddon went to
Lake Charles, La.. J. McKie went to
New York. Mrs. J. P. Monty and Miss
Florence Adams and C. K. Warren all
went to Chicago. Parvin Witte went
to San Francisco by way of Denver,
Colo., and Portland, Ore.
Miss Catherine McWaters. who has
been employed In El Paso for the last
four years, leaves in a few days for
Canada, where she will take a position
in a lawyer's of flee.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jones are plan
ning to go to Cloudcroft Thursday of
this week to spend a few days.
Dorsey Mewborn has left for a two
weeks' visit to relatives in Kansas City,
Mrs. Eugene O. Hughson. of 2881 East
Rio Grande, expects to leave far Min
neapolis about the middle of this
Mrs. Chas O. Peyton, of 1138 Arizona
street, goes east in a few days. She ex
pects to visit In Memphis, Tenn, and
Bloomington. 111.
Mrs. Daniel Payne, son. Harlan, and
daughter, Evelyn, left Tuesday for Cal
ifornia to spend two months on the
Mrs. J. Harry Hill and daughters.
Mary and Ella Mae, will leave Wed
nesday morning for Dallas, to visit
their son and brother. Cliff Hill for
a few days. From there they will go
to Marshall and New Orleans to spend
several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Nichols and daugh
ter will leave tonight for Los Angeles,
Callt, where they will spend their va
Chicago Wednesday on the Golden State j
Frank Noid, who has been attending
Ohio Wesleyan university the past year,
reached home last week, bat left Sun
day evening for Phoenix, where he will
be employed daring tne
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Church Affairs
About El Pasoans
Hotel Cordova
8th Jt Flguerea St Le Angeles.
European Plan.
Brand new, elegantly furnished hotel
within five minutes' walk of centres.
Special attractive rates by week or
month. Transient from $1.00 per day
up. Geo. P. Wells. Manager.
Wiishire Vista.
fully situated among elegant homes.
Large bright rooms, fine air and view.
615 So. Virgil Ave., just oft! Wiishire
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and your Kidneys are not working
right, you will be getting worse. You
had better go right up to
Hot Springs
and get well and strong again. It is
the best thing I can tell yon. Remem
ber also that it Is much cooler there
t this time. Booklet
Faywood Hot Spring, New Vexitfb.
I Seminole Apartments
Lobby, large and beautiful, social hall,
billiard and pool room; modern, home
like. Single rooms, two and three-room
apartments; private bath. Close In
only five blocks from Broadway.
(11 Days)
Excursion steamships leave Seattle
9 P. M, June 20, July 2, 8, 14, 20, 26,
Aug. 1,,7, 13, i9f 25, via Inside
Passage; Berth and Meals indndedin
fare; see Glaciers, Indians, Totem
poles, Fiords, Forests, Snow-capped
Mountains. .' a ideal vacation voy
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Modern housekeeping Apartments 110
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Miss Helen Robinson, daughter of L.
L. Robinson, of Grand View, is slowly
recovering from a very severe illness.
Dr. G. N. Thomas and family have
moved to their new home on the corner
of Copia and Montana streets.
The Aid and Missionary society of
the First Baptist church holds Its
regular meeting for July at the church
ai 4 ociock wis anernoon.
The women of the First Presbyterian
church are holding their regular Aid
society meeting this afternoon in the
church parlors.
The Women's Missionary society of
First Christian church met this morn
ing at the church. Mrs. P. J. Rice pre
sided and Mrs. R. B. Homan had charge
of the program.
Lodges and Clubs
The "Heartbreakers " club was en
tertained Monday evening by Carl Tip
ton, assisted by his mother. Mrs. W. D.
Tipton. AH the club members were
present. There was pool playing and
music for entertainment, and refresh
ments were served.
Tne Epworth league of the First
Methodist church is to have an excur
sion and basket picnic down the valley
on the Fourth. Cars will leave the
transfer station at 1:15 p. m. This is
a change in the original plans, made
for the purpose of accommodating those
who have only a half holiday.
Mrs. A. A Jones and Mias Norwood
E. Wynne, workers at the Houchen set
tlement house, gave a picnic Monday
afternoon to the Mexican children, who
have been in attendance at the sewing
classes of which Mrs. Jones has had
charge. They had a good time in Ala
mo park with games and "eats."
Dont become discouraged simply be
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and wispy, until you have tried Herpi
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Miss Mary J. Fitch, of Socorro, N. X
and Charles J. Neel. of EI Paso, were
married at Socorro, X. M., today at
high noon. After a wedding trip to
the Pacific coast they will return to
El Paso and will then go on a lone-
automobile trip, after which they will
return to El Paso to make their home.
The bride is one of the moat nonn-
lar yonng women of Socorro and the
room is engaged in the real estate
usiness in El Paso, beinar connected
with the firm of Cassidy Adams.
Asbury L. Bird and Ninatta A. Mil
ler, both of Hillsboro, N. M.. were mar
ried in the parlors of the First Chris
tian church by Rev. Perry J. Rice.
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lsso barmleee ire taete
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counterfeit of limiUr
same. Dr. I. A.8.jre
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The Sins of the Parents
Only Just Beginning to Have Seme
Cneieaee About Making Chil
dren Pay Oar Debts to Nature.
By Dorothy Dli
Spriac Street I
St.. (Palace Hotel)
Buy Now and
Save Money
Following prices will prevail dur
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June delivery . $7.00 $6.25
July delivery . . 7.50 6.50
August delivery 8.00 6.50
Speelal anthracite prices daring
the summer.
Use Herald Want Ads.
Not Only
do e accept the savings of ou. de
positors for safe-keeping, allowing them
Four Per Cent Interest while remain
ing here, but
We Also
assist our customers to invest their sav
ings wisely and profitably as soon as
they have saved enough to do so.
Our Customers
are entitled to this service. If you are
depositing here you can know your sav
ings are safe your welfare, ours.
We Pay 4 Per Cent Interest
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NE of the hardest laws of life is
that the sins of the parents are
visited upon the children. This
has been true from the days of Adam
down, but we are only just now be
ginning to be enlightened enough to
have some conscience about making
our children pay our debts to nature
and to realize that we have no right
to pass on our physical, mental, and
moral afflictions to another genera
TtlA ,SmA Af ArtmAs fa fnp j1feAMt
parents to bring into the world a child J is there any reason why the girl whose
a worthy young man. but when she
revealed to him how her mother lived,
he broke off the match because he
was not willing to marry into such
a family.
My advice would be to get up and
go so far away from home that the
shadow of their mother's shame could
not fall aoross their lives, and to
where they will have a chance to be
Judged on their own merits instead
of being condemned for the faults of
their parents.
Children owe a debt to their par
ents, but it is so very little in com
parison with the debt that parents owe
their children that it is not to be con
sidered in a case like this.
A mother who has become a degraded
sot. and who loves liquor better than
she does her children, certainly has
no claims upon the affection and duty
of the daughter she disgraces. Nor
mother has chosen the broad ronA
should keep her mother company.
The prodigal son or daughter has an
unending claim on the forgiveness and
help of the parents, because 'whatever
he or she is, the parents are responsible
for, but the children are not respon
sible for their prodigal parents and
owe them nothing.
that is doomed to buffering, and sick
ness, and to weakness and failure, be
fore ever it is born, or one in whose
veins runs the tainted blood that leads
almost inevitably to prison, or the in
sane aslyum. By the side of that
murder is a small matter. To give life
is just as serious a matter as to take
it, and often far crueller, because
those who are killed nave only an in- !
stant's pain, whereas the unfit must j
go through weary years of an exist- i
ence that is a perpetual torture. !
The sins of the parents are visited I
on the children morally just as much j
as they are Dhvsicallv. and there can '
be no stronger incentive for people to j BURGLARS TRY TO ROB
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doors of opportunity to their children.
The son and daughter of the father
and mother who are honored and re
spected find that the world is. at least,
willing to give them their chance,
while the children of the drunkard,
the thief, or the woman whose name
is on the lips of scandal, are handi
capped at every turn, and condemned
before they have had a chance to
prove themselves.
Recently I have had two very pa
thetic letters from two young business
women, each of whom has made a
fine place for herself in the commercial
world, but each of whom Is being called
on to suffer for the sins of her mother.
One of these girls writes that her
mother is a confirmed drunkard, and
that although everything has been
done to try to break her of her evil
habit, she comes home two or three
evenings a week reeling drunk. The
girl spends her hard earned money
buying furniture and comforts for the
home, and the mother when she can
get money no other way sells and
pawns the furniture for drink.
This girl has been cut off from all
the natural pleasures of her time of
life by her mother's sin.
The other girl's mother is leading
an irregular life. This girl says that
she was so ashamed of her mother's
conduct that she would never tell any
of the girls in the store where she
lived for fear they would come to see
her, and so find out about her mother.
At last she fell sick and they did
come, and when they knew her secret
thev refused to have anything to do
with her when she went back to work.
She was also engaged to be married to
rob the public telephone and the towel
slot machine. They tried to force open
the cash boxes on both, but failed to
uo so.
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Mesa Ave and Texas St.
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There's No Better Feed Ftr
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Ask Your Grocer For It If He Dont
Handle It Phone Us
Fuel, Hay, Grain and Field Seeds.
Phones 35 and 36
Leon and Second Sts, El Paso, Texas

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