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HUPS
MinsiE
Address by Texan and Let
ter From President Fea
ture Mine Congress.
(Contlneed From race One.)
IKES IULD FORFEIT
Suit was filed in the county court
Monday afternoon against S. T. Jones
for forfeiture of his saloon "cense for
alleged violation of the liquor law.
The defendant is alleged to have sold
liquor on Sunday. His place of busi
ness is on San Francisco street.
E.-.n at the seventeenth annual session
or the American Mining congress at
rhoenix.
1 am well aware of the Important
ran played by your great organization
'n Hie creation of our bureau of "lines
.infl am sure that the good work of that
I menu In attempting better to safe-
u irrt the lives of the two million men
, lp'ed m the hazardous mining and
n tallurgical industries will continue
ty redound to vour credit, as well as to
the credit or the bureau Itself It will
al-na.K be a tribute to your foresight
nd ererpy that this new federal or
ganization. In the short period of Its
. iistence, with the kindly cooperation
i r slate and their agencies, has been
itile by persistent and Intelligent ef
fort to turn an Isolated local move
n ent for greater safety Into a great
t uicnal movement lor -aieiy rirti
.i' i has already gone beyond the min
ing industry into every Industry of the
country. I venture to say that tfiou-
nids of lives have been saved by that
movement and that many thousands
i.me will be saved in the future.
Still Vigorous 'Work Needed.
' Gratifying as the results Of this llfe
f inr campaign have been, however,
line is still vigorous work for your
.ingress to do. I am informed that,
inline the last year, more than three
thousand men were killed and one hun
'ied thousand injured in the mining
and metallurgical industries of the
country. At the same time, those in
authority tell me that, from their ob
servation and experience, one half or
such deaths and three fourths of such
Injuries may be regarded as easily pre
ventable. ... , .
"I suggest tnis siiukuu.. -"-:
portunity for further endeavor on i J our
part to cut down this excessive toll
Sf death and of Injury. I can assure
jou of the fullest cooperation of all
the proper governmental agencies also
of my earnest desire for your actie
and continued assistance. -.
"There is one other PJob.lem,co"ni;th
ed with the mining Industry In which
the federal government is vitally Inter,
ested. and that Is proper o0,n8e"?"
and proper use of the mineral resources
of the nation. I realize that ou. too.
are interested in uiw i uu.. -- -wish
merely to call It to your attention
because of its fundamental Importance
to the present and future prosperity of
the nation. I am happy to say that the
profligacy of the past in the use or.
these resources is not being continued,
on so large a scale. There is, how
ever, great opportunity r "" "I
form along these lines and in this your
organization can be of Invaluable ser
vice. Sincerely yours,
"(Signed) Woodrow Wilson.
For the folks back home. Interna
tional cigars. Advertisement.
FAVORS IN
INTO DEFEHCES
President Is Not Averse to
Army-Navy Investigation ;
Bills Are Introduced.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 8. President
Wilson told callers today he favored
the disclosure of all facts connected
with the preparedness of the United
States for national defence and be
lieved that, while the subject should ue
discussed as fully as possible, the whole
question hinged on the method of In
vestigation. The commission plan pro
posed by representative Gardner he dis
approved. The president said he had no special
knowledge of the existence of any loby
for stirring up military discussion at
this time, but he intimated he believed'
there was such an organized effort.
Resolutions Introduced.
Senator Lodge introduced in the sen
ate a resolution similar to the Gardner
measure pending In the house and
asked that it He on the table until to
day. It would provide for a "national
security commission," to be composed
of three members of the senate, throe
momhrs ftf tlio finnsA jmd three -iti-
zens to be appointed by the president, v
Renntnr .Tames Hamilton Lewis, Demo- I
rrntli. whin nf tho snate. introduced a
resolution which would direct an ex
haustive Inquiry by the military and
naval committee of the senate iniu mo
expenditure of the millions of dollars
expended in the past for military de-
Council of Xntlonnl Defence.
Another military measure submitted
by senator Chamberlain, of Oregon,
chairman of the military affairs com
mittee, proposed the creation of a coun
cil of national defence to consist of the
TSHiinS s!
SHIP; M PERISH 1 r
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Will there be an Edison in your home this Christmas?
The Ownership of an
EDISON DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH
implies discrimination and taste. The person whp lravs: ,
an Edison is not unapppreciative of
REAL MUSIC
Has selection of an Edison is full proof that he knows its
unequaled tone quality, and the superiority of its records t .
and music over all others. . . ., .
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Demonstrations every hour every' day at tb6 home "of ". ,7,,
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the
El Paso PLonograpk Company
Two-o-Two Texas Street.
"We'll expect you in a day or so.
Prices $60, $80, $150, $200, $250.
Gan ha purchased on convenient terms. Liberal allow
ances on old talking (maclunes.
P. S. All makes of Disc records can be played on the
Edison.
N. .
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Mary Pickford
Staring In
"The Eagle's
Mate"
1 VAUDEVILLE 111
At
The
BIJOU
Again Today
PRICES:
Adults, 25c; Children, 15c
SHOWS START:
11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.
12:35 p.m. 6:25 p.m.
2: 10 p.m. :50p.m.
3:35p:m. 9:15p.ra.
CRAWFORD
THE HIT OF PLAY HITS
"The 3rd Degree"
Another $2 show at
loc, 25c, 35c, 50c
Make SurePhone G470
Ladies Bargain Matinee Tomor
row Wednesday 1 0c
Motion Plctarro only, 11 a. m.
to 7 l. m.; admission, 5c nnd
10c. Vaudeville nnd Picture,
7 p. m. to 11; admission, 10c
nnd 25c.
ALHAMBRA
THE COX FAMILY,
Laugh Making Musicians In'
the Funny Playlet. "The
Dutch Cook."
GREAT LE ROY & CO.,
A Marvelously Skillful Hand
cuff and Shackle Escape
Artist
CLARENCE LAWRENCE-
The Little Boy Whose Imper
sonations Have Stamped Him
as a Theatrical Genius.
MOTION 1'ICTUItES
Discolored, Wrinkled
Skin Easily Removed
Since brown or yellow, over-red or
blotchy complexions are decidedly "not the
fashion, I cannot understand why so many
continue to wear them. Surely every
woman has heard of rnercolized wax. Ihls
I know from my own and others' exper
iences will positively banish every unsight
ly tint The wax really takes off a bad
complexion. It gradually, harmlessly, ab
sorbs the thin layer of surface skin with all
its defects, as chaps, Her spots, pimples,
freckles, blackheads. Just as gradually the
discarded skin is replaced by the clear,
white, youthful ekln underneath. Mercol
Ired wax. procurable at any drugstore, is
applied nightly like cold cream and erased
mornings with warm water. One ounce
will produce the loveliest girlish complex
Ion in less than a fortnight.
I can't understand either wny folks will
be bothered with wrinkles, since the famous
saxollte formula has become public prop
erty. One ounce of powdered saxolife dis
solved in a half-pint witch hazel, makes a
wash lotion that will quickly efface every
line, even the deepest julla Orff in Social
Mirror. Advertisement.
Barrow. Eng., Dec. S. The British
oteamer VedraTfrom Port Arthur. Tex..
wfth I carso of gasoline, went ashore
near herTth?s moving in a heavy Bale.
The cargo ignited and of the crew of
16 men on board the Vedra, only two
wore saved. They were severely
bUTUedconfIagration was caused by the
InSH-" H,
The surface of the sea was covered
Sfth buying oi! ana the escape of the
"etched "he'scene "but the flaming oil
on Se surface of the water made it fan
nossible for them to approach.
Several members of the crew jumped
overboard t they were drowned or
hur n ed t o death. The two who man
aged to escape alive were picked up by
the life bcTtPand are now In a hospital.
The Vedra is a complete loss.
Zeeretarv of state as president, the sec
retary of war and navy, the chairmen
of appropriations, mil tary, naval and
iifeersJafffTn-o
aral.dHcersofthenavyanda
tnSVoVldra5thtaed"toInve.U--ate
conditions of national defence and
make recommendations for Improve
ment Pan-Hellenic Congress
Rises Against the
High School Sororities
The National Pan-Hellenic congress
has just Issued the report .of its 13th
annual session, held n ew York n
October, 1914. The minutes contain
the following section under the caption
of "Motions Passed by Unanimous
Vote of All Congress Fraternities .
"No fraternity represented in the
National Pan-Hellenic congress shall
bid a girl who has been a member of
a socalled sorority or other secret so
ciety of similar nature in a. high
school, or other school of equiva
lent standing, whether such ety e
ists openly or "cretly. This rule shall
apply to any peru w --"-
accept or retain membership in such ,
societies after September, 1915.
The rule influences practically every .
woman's college and university In the
United States and Canada, since It ,
proceeds from the 18 recognized na
tional sororities composing the con- ,
Kress. The National Pan-Hellenic ;
members are: . . , ... I
Alpha Phi. Alpha Cht Omega. Alpha
XI Delta. Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha
Gamma Delta. Alpha Delta Pi. Chi
Omega. Delta Gamma, Delta Delta Del
ta, Delta Zeta, Gamma Phi Beta. Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta,
KanDa Delta. Pi Beta Phi. Phi Mu, i
Sigma Kappa, Zeta Tau Alpha,
HUDSPETH CLEARING THE
DOCKET OF SPECIAL COURT
Because of the fact that the docket '
is more than full? judge Claude B.
Hudspeth of the special district court,
has been compelled to transfer a num
ber of cases to the 31th and 41st district
courts. The special court, created for
the purpose of handling the overflow
from the other two courts, automatic
ally goes out of existence on Dec. 31
and it '.vill require another act of the
legislature to recreate the court
Judge Hudspeth has 15 cases to be
tried between next Thursday and the
nrst of the year, and it is probable that
some of these will have to be trans
ferred to the other courts because of
the lack of time to try them. J
The following cases were transferred
w. . . . 1f. C Tt Tahad v,0 I
jionuay aiieriiuun. i2. o. j-. w..o .
i,. .i n..4. "xr w WnAil.
, son vs. El Paso & Southwestern Rall-
way Muim'txity , Itf wofc -vm v, . ..
Martinez vs. City of El Paso, to 34th
court: Guadalupe Corrol de Sancedo vs.
El Paso Milling company, to 41st court:
Woodlawn Real Estate & Investment
company vs. City of El Paso, to 34th
court and Thomas Thornton et al vs.
City of El Paso, to 34th court
JANITOR KILLED CHILD,
IS ALLEGED CONFESSION
Sacramento, Cal- Dec. S An alleged
confession was made Monday night the
police state, by David Fountain, janitor
of the German Lutheran church here,
that he assaulted and killed ten year
old Margaret Milling in the church
last Saturday afternoon.
"Maybe X did it and maybe I didn't,"
was the beginning of Fountain's weak
ening and from it the police drew what
they described as a full account of
the crime.
Fountain, according to his previous
statements, has served five peniten
tiary terms for burglary and a year
and a half in Iowa Insane asylum.
HAD ASSAULTED WOMAN.
Shenandoah, Iowa, Dec. 8. David
Fountain, confessed murderer of Mar
garet Milling, was sentenced in 1907 to
a term of five years in the peniten
tiary for an assault on Mrs. Floyd
Reed. Fountain has served other time
in prison for like moral lapses. At
one time he was forced out of town
for insulting women and children.
"ALL DRESSED UP AND NO
PLACE TO GO" STATE U. D. C.
Though the chamber of commerce' of
Fort Worth invited the recent state
convention of the Daughters of the
Confederacy at El Paso, to meet In
Fort Worth next year, the local chap
ter of the organization practically re
pudiated that invitation, says a. dis
ratch from that city. The members say
they entertained the state organization
two years ago, and do not feel like
incurring the same expense so soon
again.
hristmas Hint
FROM
The Old Store
Here You Will Find Gifts Sold Exclusively by us. jtfew -and
"Different",
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THE FAMOUS "POHLSON GALLERIES" Handicraft Gifts for Ladies and,Chil
dren. (See Dec. 1st issue of Vogue.) Shown for the first time in El Paso.
The Finest Leather Goods
for Men.
Brass Desk Sets, Library and
Office Accessories.
Pocket Knives, Fountain Pens
Traveling and Manicure Sets.
Dennison's Complete Christ
mas Line.
Games and Playing Card Sets.
Foot Balls, Boiler Skates.
Punching Bags
Kodaks, Post Card Albums. ,
Bibles, Prayer Books and
Bosaries.
Useful and Artistic Text
'Calendars.
(Last Year Publishers Could not Sirpplji
the Demand for These.) f-
Address Books, 1915 Diaries.
Tourist Writing Portfolios, in
Fine Leathers.
Christmas Decorations and
Holly Boxes.
BOY SCOUT CANNON
It shoots six rubber balls no
danger. Every' boy wants one.
Price $2.50.
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Bemember our book department is our pride. Special attention
given to Juvenile Books. Ask to see books illustrated by Arthur
Backhaul, Fanny Cory and Jessie Wilcox Smith.
AFTER ALL " There is a peculiar dignity attached to the, gift
of a book that is in no way affected by its price."
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ationery
HERALD BUILDING
Write For Complete Price List of Books
1 Book
Co.
Snake Traps Self By
Swallowing Two Eggs
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 8. By swallow
ing a glass nestegg, crawling through
a knothole into another nest and
swallowing a second egg of the samo
composition, a huge snake effectually
trapped himself in the chicken yard of
Hasan Womack, a 13 year old boy liv
ing In the eastern part of Phoenix.
Young Womack found the snake partly
In una nest and nartlv in the other.
unable to go backward or forward. He
split the board and now has the snake
in. a box. With two lumps showing
where the glass eggs are resisting- the
reptilian digestive apparatus.
This 'Week, Bnrgnlft
"Harvard" piano, highly figured ma
hogany case, for $280.00: $7.50 per
month; original price $425.00. Inside
practically samo as new. Good for at
least $0 years" service. We have sold
the "Harvard" Pianos here for the past
18 years. Stand this "dry" climate
absolutely. Fully guaranteed by the
Oldest Piano House in El Paso, El Paso
Piano Co., W. It. Schutz. Prop.. 208
south- side of Texas street. Strictly
"One Price" to all. Advertisement-
LFVY SS10CERY
S COMPANY
JUST
RECEIVED
trjrnEitsELi.
AM. OTHERS
NEW EAISINS
NEW CURRANTS
NEW PLUM PUDDING
NEW DRIED FRUITS
MEXICAN" is CHARGED WITH
ATTEMPTED ASSAULT OX GIW.
Jose Madrid, a Mexican, was arrested
by the police Monday night following
an allesred attemnfpd nficjault unnn Elinda
Besara, a Mexican girl 3 years of ase.
It is charged he entered the girl's home
when she was alone and that she made
her escape from the house. The rain
I was caught by a provost guard. The
I guard turned him over to the police.
Madrid has been turned over to the
county authorities.
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COULD You Use a Few
Dollars For Christmas?
You would have it to use if you had started a sayings
account about a year ago. It would be coming to
you in interest. That's the beauty of setting aside a
little money each week. It works for you at the rate
of 4 per cent.
V
American Trust & Savings Bnk
AI.TA VISTANS TO MEET.
The Alta Vista Improvement club .v'U
meet Wednesday evening at the AUn
"Vista school house to prepare plans for
the family dinner which is to be given
at the school house Friday evening.
Reports of committees will also bo
heard.
I
: heals skin
i
diseases
TRADE WITH US AND SAVE MONEY MAIL ORDERS PROMPT. ATTENTION.
Phones 505 and 506. 204 and 206 East Overland St.
BANKING BY MAIL
Just as easy to open a savings account with us as though you
lived next door. -
WE PAT 4 percent Interest compounded Twice Every Tear.
We do business under the Depositor's Guaranty Law of the State
of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law
Our plan, in addition to being convenient, is safe, profitable
and liberal. Nobody has ever lost a dollar In a State bank in Texas.
Write today for uur free booklet "BWNKINO BY MATL." or
simply mail your deposit.
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El Paso Bank and Trust Co., El Paso, Texas
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Established April. 1SS1. Capital. Snrplna and Profits. $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAYINGS ACCOUNTS
C. B. MOREHEAD, President. N. BASSETT, Vice President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
I- .T. GILCHRIST. Aset. Caohier.
KELI.Y AND RI3EVES CJO TO DEMING.
Mayor C. E. Kelly and secretary A.
W. Reeves of the chamber of com
merce left Tuesday morning for Dem
lng, N. M, where they attended the
annual dinner held by the Demlng
chamber of commerce.
Remember, clean coal and full weights
mean fuel economy. It. C. Semple, suc
cessor Southwestern Fuel Co., phone
531. Advertisement.
If you have eczema, ring
worm or other itching, burning,
raw or pimply skin eruption,
try Resinol Ointment and Res
inol Soap and see how quickly
the itching stops and the trou
ble disappears, even in severe,
stubborn cases.
Resinol Ointment, with the help of Reilnol
Soap, dears away pimples and blackheads, and
il a most valuable household remedy Xor sores,
bomi. boils, piles, etc Sold by all dragsists.
Why Sot!
When your visiting frleras Inquire
for Mexican souvenir goods, will you
please refer them to
Beach's Art Shop.
108 San Francisco St. Advertisement.
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Athcy cloth-IlneA irentner strip keeps
out the cold. Itathbun-Mix Co. Adv.
Remember, clean coal and full weighfs
mean fuel e' onomy It. C Semple, suc
cessor Southwestern Fuel Co., phone
501 Advertisement
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A safe, certain method for ridding
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