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EX. PASO HERALD
4 c Saturday, July 5, 1913 7VZ) GLASSES ? ASK SEGALL Saturday Specials High Grade Meals Rightly Priced Rump Roast, IP per lb IOC pr."'. i2'2c Veal Shoulder Boast, IP ' per lb IOC ST"": 12'2c ?C. 17'sc OPITZ MARKET 213 N. Stanton St. Make the Evening Doubly Enjoyable Call for her in a Longwell's taxi. Dismiss it at the theater with instructions to be when die show's over. on hand Beats standing in a crowded car. Just call Phone No. 1 and we'll be on hand. Taxicabs, Limousines and seven passenger cars. Longwell's Transfer Phone 1 Day or Might ABOUT BABIES Baby thrives on milk Why? Be cause it Is its natural food. Use it then for every domestic purpose for EL PASO DAIRY milk is THE BEST, but you can particularly no tice its body building nourishment anions the children. Bal.it s fed on EL. PASO DAIRY mlk cannot help but thrive because it is the product of the healthiest cattlt and from a dairy that is spoi lt ssl clean Besides we do not allow a single bottle to be refilled until it has been made absolutel clean and germless OUR WAGONS ILL. SERVE YOU DAILY. Phone 340. EL PASO DAIRY CO L1KK ALL THB XBST. Old Friend (playfully) And so you r-iarried a Boston girl! Can you alwaja understand her when she talks? Sir. Gotham Cm not when she talks to the baby. New York Weekly. XBW YORK JOUKXALISH. "See this society belle about her ru- mored engagement" "Yes, sir." Tf she admits it, get 10 lines. If she de nies it. get a column and her photo graph." Washington Star. PILES CURED AT HOME BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If yoa sailer from bleeding, itching, blind c protruding Piles, send me jonr address, and I will tefl yoa bow to care yoarsetf at home by the new absorption treatment; and will also send some of this home treatment free for trial, with references from your own locality If requested. Immediate re lief and permanent core assored. 8ead bo money, bat tell others of this offer. Write today to Mrs. X. 3oaawrs, Box P. Kobe Dame. Isd. Have Your i Children's Photo Taken If yoa but knew how badly Grand mother and Granddad wanted a picture of that grandchild of theirs you wouldn't hesitate a moment to take her to Stuart's Studio, where they'll take a picture that will look JUST LIKE HER. Especial pains taken with the children. No stiff, unnatural poses; simply a picture of the child JUST AS SHE IS. STUART 228 MESA FILMS DEVELOPED FREE. p wMitwP1' avlaammmm m .aME: Hk omSmmmml vHKeiBmmmmmBmBmlamm. 'TjHtE. J3EST X'JXitXJL. J Mutton Stew Home made Sausage 8c 15c Hens and Spring Chickens, alive and dressed to order. Bell Phone 156 TEMPERAMENT MAKES GIRL RUN AWAY New York, July 5. John A. McCarty, the wealthy newspaper broker, attributes the strange conduct of his 16 year old daughter, Helen in running away from HELEN Met ARTY their apartments at the Hotel Hargrave and wandering about the streets for two days, to her artistic temperament. The little girl is an unusually talented singer and has long been studying music It is believed that the girl be came displeased at something her father said to her and decided to make her own way in the world. DANCE IS GIVEN IN HONOR OF GOV. HUNT Bisbee, Ariz., July 5. The most suc cessful and elaborate dance of the sea son was given at the Warren District Country club in honor of Gov. Hunt and his staff and the visiting officers. Be sides the dozens of autos that made the trip to Warren, manv special ears -were run on the street railway to accommo date the guests and it is estimated th.it fully 400 were In attendance. The music was furnished by the Fourth cavalr bm'S Manv nf finer frtim th fctrt ami the nearby border patrols were In at- . tendance. I The quarterly statement of the post- j office shows that an increase of 19.7 , percent was made in sales of stamps I over the corresponding quarter last ; ear. I The city council will begin Its sit tings as a board of equalization on Monday. The assessed valuation of the city proper last ear was SI.IOO.OOO and it is expected that an increase of ! $150,000 will be shown this year. I All minor offenders in the city Jail I were given their liberty on the Fourth I so that thev could celebrate the day. More than ?n cubic feet of sand and j gravel have been removed from the subway and the street department Is , working a day aid nitrht shift to com j plete the job before the rains. A Bout ) 800 cubic ards remain to be removed. TROLLEl CARS COI.LIDK SK.UI I OGDEX: 23 I'KOPLK ARK HURT ' CisrHen. TTtn h Julr S TwnfT.fiv jersons were injured, four fataii, I 1 when two electric interurban trains ' loaded with pleasure seekers, met in a bead on collision in Ogden canyon. I The accident occurred in connection I -n ith the Elks' Purple Day celebration. The trains met on a curve. It is said , nit? juuiui njun oi luc up inun aiu nvi j ot e orders. 1IOKSK CMSES ACCIDBXT THAT MAY C:5T AVIATOR'S LIPli Petaluma. Calif, July 5. Grover i Bell, an aviator, fell 100 feet here when his biplane capsized, and his Injuries are believed to be fataL His skull was fractured. Bell's accident was caused by a stray horse which raced before his machine when he was trying to alight, forcing him to make a sharp turn, his biplane overturning. A paved street 10 miles long 1b to be ready in Phoenix within three morths. Seven miles are now built. The street extends from the city to the Country club. Splendid homes, gardens and palms now line the route. Twenty miles of roses are to be planted along the road. The Vet butter obtainable is ours. Churned daily. Phone 340, El Paso Dairy Co., 423 X. Oregon St. Adver tisement PASO DEL XORTE ROOF G VRDKX Opens at 7 p m sharp Music, dancing and an extra selection of good moving pif tures Ad rrtieement ; LVH tp VAitaBSi- LaaaaaF JwSnE -"iq&MlftirHfflllllBff bbbbB- ?raflM9&sflHaLy 1 - Aft F "CS 'W'&k: . . m EaSc jjJ j8& -xwgBKIJBaaMaaaaaalnaanaafiWQW' )aa 99&3'K & jKyJMWBaaBglWMaawBjS' ga aaH rnOE 1 FOR TAXI. Ad ertlsement. I a5",rins-iiaaansraHagawaaaanMaa'Banaanwiiiii ' "'" ' """' "" Picnic The excursion and picnic given by the Epworth league of the First Meth odist church on the Fourth was a great success. A hundred and twenty-five people packed the two cars that took them to "West Ysleta. Ice cream and ice were taken with them, games were played and the usual picnic stunts, exe cuted, by the men folk. As July '4 is is the anniversary of the birth of the president of the league, O. J. Thomas, some of his friends baked a- birthday cake for him and decorated it with flags and candles. The presentation 1 speech, was made by Rev. H. G. Portor. The picnic supper was served early and the party returned to the city in the cool of the evening. The all-day Fourth celebration held by the families of J. E. Walker, J. J. Finney. A. H. Key, G. W. Dennis, Theo. Sauer and C Ruedebusch opened with a salute of 30 guns at 5 a. m. Break fast was served at Mr. Walker's home. The morning was spent in singing songs and having a general good time. Among the stums was a parody on the Declar ation of Independence by J. J. Finney, in which the men of Grandview were declared to be free from household du ties. A picnic dinner was served on the porch and pergola. There was dancing In the afternoon and & watermelon spread on the Finney lawn at sundown. Later there was a Dutch supper at the residence of Mr. Sauer, with fire works after dark at the Ruedebusch home, and dancing again at the Wal ters. I'uncti dances. was served during the Guests outside of the families repre sented were: Misses Bernadine Shultz. :ieanor Roggenbacke and Klnora i!rown; Messrs. Oscar Roggenbucke, :dwin Hawks and N. M. McFarland. Ten Alta Vista families took ad :. -"i.',,1"""?-"" "" nrcthenVth'-lnesr The'v Vent up just before sundown and had sup per on the rim of the mesa in front of the Mexican settlement. Then a home made cannon was fired and fire works were started. About 30 chil dren were present and this auued greatly to the enjoyment of the oc casion. The families represented were those of H. W. Cole. C. B. Shanklc, George Harper. T. M. Johnson. J. D. Stevens, Walter Shaefcr and H. H. Fris. Miss Grace McNeill and R. V. Pearson were also members of the party. A jolly picnic crowd, chaperoned Tiy Mrs. J. L. Ksslinder. started from the Y. M. C. A. building early Friday morn ing, going to a grove on the further side of Ysleta. The morning was spent in the usual picnic fashion. In the af ternoon there was a dance at the Val ley Inn, and this was followed by an exemnj luncheon in the grove. Those in the party were: Misses Virginia Ry an. Marie Schwartz. -Winifred Flanna R.in. Cora. Veda and Phvllis Eickman. Gertrude Meinesz, Stella Lattner. Chew, ilia Messrs. Kob JJaris. Marry Pate, Joe I TKHis. Alfred Schutx. George Freeman. Walter Harshman. Gerald Ehler. John Mfinesz. Leo Putnam and John,W. Moss. picnic party, consisting of Misses Catherine Peck. Juanita Smith, Lena Shea. J Mitchell and Vera Ballard went 'own the valley Friday afternoon in !is Peck's automobile. A most en- able picnic supper was partaken of n a gTove near Ysleta, the party re turning to the city just after sundown. At patriotic lawn party was given I'udav evening by the sisters of hotel ''iou for the nurses. The nurses were icrsed to represent various historical iraeters. Misses Davis and Belinger '"kine the ports of George and Mar i ) '- Washington. Miss Annie Johnson -.- dressed as the goddess of liberty. Tlire was a colonial tableaux and dances to enliven the evening. Japan ese lanterns decorated the lawn. Union services will be held at First Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Short discourse by minister and special music by choir. Advertisement. 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Welsiger has returned from a business trip to Austin. Mrs. G. A. Martin returned Friday evening from a visit to Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Berkeley at Alpine. W. C Davis is expected home Sunday from Louisiana, where he has been on business. Miss Harriet Bottorff Is expected to return today from a week's stay In Cloudcrort. Rev. C. Wesley Webdell and family tttLVf returned from an extended visit to St. Louis and other points in Mis- uinri A nleasant surorlse awaited them at the parsonage. The home had hen "f-e-t in order" bv the irood wom- en of Trinitv. The kitchen was newly I , P?rch painted, new refrigerator in the kitchen, new curtains for doors and windows, and eatables stored away for breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Curry have re turned from California, where they have been on their bridal trip. Mrs. Curry was formerly Miss Ethel Walz and well known socially in El Paso. While awav they visited San Fran cisco. Catalina and the California beaches. They were married in Los Angeles where Mrs. Curry's mother is spending the summer. Church- Affaire The Junior Philathea class of the Calvary-Houston Square Baptist Sun day school meets Mondav evening with Miss Edith Scott. 1903 Rio Grande street. The West El Paso Sunday school, which meets at the barracks of old Fort Bliss, invited the neighborhood people to a social Thursday evening. There was a general response, there being about 5 present. A comedy was presented by way of entertainment, with music Rnfeber K&mitrYmi Can Ilely Oa. Nothing is so unsatisfactory as un satisfactory rubber soods. For this reason we supply customers with rub ber eroods that can be relied upon ab solutely. Just now we are maKing a window display that will interest you. t ah rnooer goods sola oy us are aoso- lutely guaranteed. Note the following prices: 3-qt. Water Bottles at J1.75 and S2.00 3-qt. Water Bottles at $2.00 and $3.25 :-qC Syringes at. . .$1.75. $2.00 and $2.25 It is hard to judge rubber goods by the price, but we say "money back" on any defective article sold. $wtt White Ce Mills BIdg. Mail orders filled. ( Advertisement. ) Have us shampoo your hair this sum mer. It will be pleasant for you and good for your hair. A few scalp treat ments this warm weather wil be re freshing and beneficial. Elite Parlors, 216 Texas St. Advertisement. Her Richest Woman ;therf,a:vi death of the dulce of SUjthirland. u h. ss of Su'ni "-I.md. one of the I. r'(h-t, r in C--at Hritrin. . IJa.u in i nU mil and bcuiUud. "S." 1 El Pasoans Away Mr and Mrs C. L Sheay and Miss Vivian Sheay left Friday for a month's visit to thier former home, Bay City, Mich. Mrs. Jessie E. M. Howe spent the Fourth with her son on his New Mexico ranch. Miss Alleen Berg Is to go soon to Saskatchewan. Canada, for a stay of several months. Mrs. M. Nagle and little son. Wesley, have gone to Corpus Christie, Tex., for the summer. Mrs. R- J. WUson went up to Cloud -croft for the Fourth and weekend, tak ing with her Grace and Myrtle Nold. Mrs. L. L. Kyle and Miss Mattie Snure expect to leave next week for Cali fornia. They will spend two or three months at various coast resorts. Mrs. H. T. Safford has gone to Knox ville. Tenn., to visit her mother. She will be gone about two months. . T. Carberry has left for Chicago to visit relatives for a short while. x- M. Paschal will leave shortly for Dallas, where he wilt spend a two weeks' vacation. 4f. .y. . Archie Lovett. son of Al Lovett, of 321S White Oaks street, is in Shang hai, China. 3r -3fr 3f Alderman C. H. Leavell went up to Cloudcroft today. Misses Billy Peterson Louise Drehner left for San Antonio this morning -to spend a few days, before i KOing on to Kerrville, where they will visit for a month. Mrs. A. A. Isamlnske leaves Sunday for CM -ago and New York, to be gone a month. Oat Of Town Vixiiors Mrs. Charles Gardner, a niece of Mrs. J. F. Kilourn, who visited in El Paso two months ago, passed through El Paso Thursday en route to Douglas. Ariz, where she will make her home. Miss Virginia Thomas is having the pleasure of a visit from her father, W. H. Thomas, of Brennan. Tex; Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips, of Douglas, Ariz., are guests of Mrs. Phillips's aunt. Mrs. M. a Harden, SI North Stanton. JL JL J. Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. Wetmore and family are at the St. Regis, having moved here from Demlng to make El Paso their home. Lieut. F. G. Turner, of the ISth cav alry, has arrived from Fort Riley, Kansas, and will go to Hachita. N. JL. for duty with his troop. He is a guest at the St. Regis hotel. Mrs. W. F. King, of Columbus. N. M.. left for her home this morning, after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. R. D. Rob inson, 1008 North Oregon. Women's Organizations The Red Cross first aid for the ln- I jured ciog-es haie adjourned for the summer. At the closing meeting of the second section this week, the members presented their instructor. Dr. C. F. Braden. with a thermos bottle In ap preciation of his work. About El Pasoans R. E. Thomason and family have moved to the Dr. Crowder home at 1321 Rio Grande street. "MOVIES" REPRESENT OUTLAY OF $80,000,000 First iBtcrnatleBRl Kxpottlen In Xevr Yerk Glvex I'Httlfe an OppertHHlty to Study the ew InuHstry. New York, July 5. The first Interna tional Exposition of the Motion Picture art, which is being held in conjunction with the third annual convention of the Motion Picture Exhibitors' league of America, opened today at the Grand Central palace. This is the first time that the general public has had an opportunity to become familiar with the inner details connected with the manufacture of the films. Within the last decade the moving picture industry has grown to enor mous proportions. The first moving picture was introduced to the American public at the Chicago World's fair in 1S93 and inventions and improvements on the original machines and methods of manufacturing films have now progressed to a high point of ef ficiency. It is estimated that $80, 000,000 is Invested in the industry in this country. Last year the receipts aggregated over $300,000,000. It is es timated that 10.000,000 feet of film are produced weekly and are shown In 17,000 picture theaters which range In talue from 100 to 1150,000 a piece. At the present time there are several "movie palaces" being constructed at a cost greatly in excess of the last named figure. The exhibits at the exposition have been arranged on the main floor of the Grand Central palace, the area of wnicn exceeds 4i.ou square feet. The ebhibits have been divided into seven sections. Among the interesting features of the exhibition are the different collec tions of old magic lanterns and early Cinematograph apparatus and acces sories. There are subsections for films ! the equipment for film manufacture. arc lamps and other forms of illumina tion, optical apparatus, projection screens and every other form of ac cessory used in the industry. One American manufacturer has ar ranged an exhibit of everything per- tinlnv tt finAnn tA(..Qnki. .. aw starting of the picture to its nroleo- f tion on the screen, while several Euro. I pcan manufacturers have exhibits of projectors and accessory outfits. Several model theaters have been erected in the building, where the best films of American and foreign manu facture are being shown. Some of the more prominent actors who pose for .a SKIN Of BEAUTY IS A JOY rOWEVgH Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUO'S Oriental Cream R MAGICAL 8EMTIF1ER JES mbotm Tan. Pimpisa. rrecufti. mow Pateait. JUn andEkin Dwmm, and stary blamiaa on beancy. an4 dXlaa de tection. It ha atood tbe taat of 66 y vara, and la M harm!ea wa tata it to bs aara it la ra parlrmaoa. Accept na conutarfeu of iimilar same. Or. L A Sarra aaid to a lady of too hauttoa a patient): "Aa joa ladlea will nie J en am. recommand .... . 'Goarood'i Cream aa tbe laaat birmfnl of alt tbe n preparation." AtPrnari'taanil Depirtmentatnret falT.HepUes & SonPrtpt, 37 6utJes St, IT. 6. Him That Fit iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 'T'O US "glasses lhal fit" and "becoming glasses" are one and the same thing. We do not consider that We have rendered satisfactory service unless our glasses not only suit the eyes but are becoming to the wearer. i Segall Optical Co. 230 Mesa Avenue DENISON'S Crepe Paper Lunch Sets Consisting of 1 Table Cloth, 63x84 inches 12 Napkins 12 Doilies 6 Plates Carried in four designs at, per set, 35c Curran's Book Store 108 MESA. the films will appear at the various performances. The exposition is under the manage ment of the Motion ficture Exhibitors association of New York, which has appointed a committee of direction, consisting of Frank A. Tichenor, chair man: F. E. Samuels, L. F. Blumenthal, M. Needle, L. Rosenthal. J. King and a H. Trigger, the president of the asso ciation. , The convention of the Motion Picture Exhibitors league of America, which 5S11 5S18 SS11. Ladtea' Wtthtt 7 sizes. 33 to 44 inches bast measure. Pric- IS rents 581S, LwHfm' THe- Pleee Skirt t sixes. 22 to 32 In ches waist measure Price, IS cents J. TWELVE NEW POPULAR SONGS 17344 Yeu're a Great Big Blue Eyed Baby (Browa) HeMelbenc Quintette And the Green GnM Grew All Areund (Jere-H. Vea Tllaer) American Qoartet J7347 Give Me Year Haa4 (Haves-Betoferd) (with WW Oakland) HeMeAeiK Qaletette Let Me See Year Raiabaw Sae (Have-RnrrH) Campbeli-Barr Vic tor Rec ords 17349 $atl mm Stvr- Krttmaa) Georgia Land 17354 Hamear Jae Feeriem Huartet The Old MaM'a Bait (Irvtaa- BerHa) Billy Marray 1753 I Leve Her, Oh! Oh! Oh! (MeCarthy-Mmaeo) WHHan Xalley I'd Da aa Xaca far Yea (Vaa Tllaer) Jaaefl-Marray 1755 There Oae la a Million Like Yea ( Clarke-Sea wartz) Brami-Hatrhaa Thea III Stap Lavla Ye (PtaataaaHi) Chtut. W. Harrinaa Call in and hear these or any other selections oa a VICTOR-VICTROLA Viclrolas, $15.00 to $200.00. Sold on osb Terms. W. G. Waiz Company Southwestern Distributors. B VMl WE PERFECT Upshapety Noses. Outstanding Ears, Drooping Eyellda, Hollow Cheeks. Baggy Stria. WE REMOVE Pimples and Blackheads. Wrinkles and Scars. SmaBpox Fittings. Warts, and Moles. Freckles; Su perfluous Hair. Birth Marks. WE CORRECT Frowns and Furrows; Enlarged Poxes, Double Chin. Sallow Skin, Red Nose. MKb. DXfloUrliierald BnildiBg also opened at the Grand Central pal ace today will continue its daily ses sions until July 12. The league is in no way connected with the manufac turers, but is composed of owners of moving picture theaters. The league was organised in 1910 and this is the third convention which it has held. There are 38 state leagues affiliated with the League of America and each state league has a membership of a thousand or more. Comfortable Dresses For Hot Weather Even if it hi hot, you can look chic and cool. This beautiful MeCall Pattern makes up exquisitely in light summer fabrics. There are many other attractive designs (ladies', misses' and children's), shown in - McCalFs Magazine AND THE McCall Book of Fashions For style, simplicity and accuracy, McCali Patterns Lead For Sale By .- STOLAROFF ( The Boston Store) El Paso, Texas. - Now On Sale MeB , (Dewns-CaBapWell-Barr (KteMft- Carroll) Peerless Qaartet (Tayiar-SehHIer) 103 EI Paso St.