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"Wednesday, January IS, 1915
THE El Paso Equal Franchise league
was organized Tuesday afternoon
at the meeting of women in the
pallors of Hotel Orndorff. It wa de-
idtd to hold meetings every Thursday
fiernoon at 3 oclock to study the suf
frage question. Mrs. George Ullrick
va1 elected temporary chairman and
Ins Kuth M. Augur recording secre
tai Miss Octavla Barlow was ap
pointed chairman of the educational
literature committee to arrange for the
urogram next week.
t'pon motion of Dr. Alice G. Merchant.
the charter membership roll will be left
(.pen for a month. Mrs. Charles De
li j off talked in favor of the move
rn nt saj ing that the city was ready to
i.-ene a suffrage league in the right
spirit, that the time was past when
women taking such a step were sub-
Trie new dances in their stand
ardized form. At our social
dances we teach the new dances,
among which are the Fox Trot,
Maxixe, Lulu Fado, etc. Social
Dancing every Wednesday and
Saturday evening.
Ryan's Dancing Academy
Positive Relief
For Constipation
The progress e-f modern medical
science is, perhaps, no more force
fully eident than In the simplifying
of many of the old time remedies
of past generations. For Instance,
the harsh cathartics and violent
purgatives ned by onr forefathers
to relieve constipation are now
known to be not only unnecessary
but really harmful. Constlpatien
tan be more effectively relieved
without the discomfort and pain
these old-time remedies occasion.
A combination of simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, sold in drug
stores under the name of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin Is most effect
i e, vet mild and pleasant It is ab
solutely free from opiates and nar
cotics and equally as desirable a
remedv for the tiniest babe as for
rugsed manhood. A free trial bot
tle can be obtained by writing to
Br.. W. -B. -GMwelrTS Washing
ton St, MontlceHo. Ills.
Don't Neglect
90 -jisl
L -Ml TpomM&
Jected to ridicule and said that she was , fJ! iiirnl
.... that the leatrue would be a oower I Irl U3IL.LU.
for good in the community. Mis. De
Groff brought a message from Mrs.
B. F. Hammett, who, though ill and
unable to be present said in her mes
sage: "I wish to be enroled as a char
ter member for the women at this meet
ing are making history and I want to
be one of them "
Mrs. S. J. Freudenthal talked on the
interest she had felt In the work for
woman's suffrage from attending a
meeting of the women suffragists in
New York city and that she had been
a little ashamed of El Paso for not
being up to the times in having a suf
frage league of Ms own.
The membership was divided Into
auxiliary and active with the army
women residing here in the auxiliary
A letter from Mrs. Annette Finnlgan,
president of the Texas Woman's Suf
frage league, was read by the secretary
announcing that Miss Helen Todd, of
New York, would shortly tour the state
making speeches in favor of suffrage.
Mrs. Finnlgan also urged everyone in
terested in suffrage to work for the
passage of the legislative amendment
rvnrinr the submission of the question
of woman's suffrage, to bo voted upon i
by the people of the state. '
The women present endorsed the idea
and further action .upon this will be
decided at the next meeting.
The names on the charter member
ship roll are: Mesdames Olga Kohl
berg. A. P. Averill, J. F. Williams,
Horace A. Lay, Dr. Anna Ileum, S. J.
Freudenthal, Charles DeGroff, Dr. Alice
G. Merchant, Burt Orndorff. I. J. Bush,
B. F. Hammett. George Ullrick, "W. a
Tilton. W. J. Cox, Trick St. Clair Pur
don, XV. M. Laughlin, Misses Octavia
Barlow, A. Louise Deitrich, Dorothy
Morgan, Irene Laughlin, Geraldine
Merchant, and Ruth M. Augur. Aux
iliary members, Mesdames .Robert
Mearns, A. Owen Seaman and C. W.
tCith th "Child iii the Midst." as the
i .turfi- honk, the meeting of the mission
study class ot irinuy aieinuuisi. uiuru
women, held Tuesday afternoon, was
concentrated upon the thought of bet
ter babies for the world. Mrs. U. U.
Carre presided. Women representing
the various countries of the globe acted
as delegates from those countries and
led the discussion of the conditions of
civilisation, of motherhood and of chil
dren in their countries, ending by tell
ing what the children of each country
needed most. The delegates repre
senting America were Mesdames .
McDonald, 11. N. Miller. W. H Payne,
and G. L. Jones. The Chinese delega
tion was Mesdames E. B. Cummins, J.
D. McMurtrey. E. T. Williams, I. I.
WInans and Miss Alice Carre. From
India were Mesdames C. Wesley Web
dell. A. M. Grambling, and Jl. U
Yerkes. From Africa were Mesdames
J. C. Griffith. G. B. Oliver, and O. A.
Danielson. Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs
S S. Eirchfield represented Japan, and
- n.aa wni-Apntpri bv Mrs. V . A.
Trayler and Mrs. William Sachs. Fol
lowing the speeches of these women, J
committee was appointed to draw up
resolutions as to the help needed for
these countries. On tnis committee
were: Mesdames L J. Ayers, H- u.
Graham and W. P. Hart. Mrs. 11. .P.
Hadfleld read the scripture lesson.
Mrs! J. Mack Crawford led the opening
prater Mrs. J. C. Griffith sang, with
Mrs George B. Oliver Playing her
piano accompaniment. Upon the lack
board were charts with figures and
.mtlatlcs about the work in the mis
SionaVv flrtA There were SS members
present in addition to the visitors The
social meeting of the missionary so
ciety will be held next Tuesday at the
home of Mrs. - Danle,s' on M""
tana street.
.- viui. .,.Hr rfH of the First!
Baptist church held ."s study meeting
Tuesday afternoon m the Parlors of
the church, miss ""'""r " ,-,
the leader. The first 20 chapters of tiro
teause the swollen glands
and inflamed membranes of tea
affect other tissues and impair
their heaitny action. .-
great relief because its cod M
liver oil is speedily con- Jg
tissue the glycerine is
curative and healing,
while the combined emul
sion strengthens the lungs
to avert lung trouble,
1IJK irooi jn www
How to Keep Young
How to keep joung is a subject of
mmersal interest What does it mean
to keep loung? It means to postpone
as long as possible the changes due to
old age. Old age must come eventu
ally to all, but If the changes attend
ing it come beTore their time, they
mean poor health. To keep young is
the same thing as to keep healthy, and
to keep healthy it is necessary to cor
rect all disturbances of the digestive
and assimilative processes. One of the
most valuable remedies for this pur
pose known to medicine is Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskej. When taken as directed
. in water before meals, it stimulates the
mucous surfaces and little glands of
the stomach to a healthy action, there
by improving the digestion and assim
ilation of food and giving to the sys
tem its full proportion of nourishment
Such action on the digestive process is
of great importance for It brings to
all tho tissues and organs of the body
the nourishment necessary to their
sustenance and indirectly to the whole
sstera strength and vigor. When you
Get Duffy's nd Keep Well," you
will become perfectly satisfied that
Duffj's Pure Malt Whiskey is a very
important factor in keeping you young
also Advertisement.
?ne '. -J"; -- --,m-A Mrs. A
M Walthair Mrs: G. pT Putnam and
Mrs W am Graves made talks on the
lesson Among the members present
were Mesdames T. H. 'Springer "ttil
ham Graves, Edgar Maxwell. A. C. Mc
Tianlels. C. A. Patten, Jerome Cowan,
pl " Chastain. W. Sutton, A. M .Wal
thall I II Ferguson, G. P. Putnam.
Tom C Lea. William Dorsett, Luther
Barnard G.K. Seamonds. T. Stearns.
? M n gdon. It B- McDowell, Robert
Graves. William Graves. II. II. Bishop.
C J Morris, Fred Weckerle. 'A. A.
! Funk. II C. Ashton. Ida B. Spain and
All SB JJ..11&U01." --
Company K. of the Aid society of the
First PresDytenan cumj-u """-"
aw afternoon at the home of Mrs
we connECT a
Wrinkles. Hollow
Cheeks. Baggy Eyelids,
Superfluous Hair and
Moles that coarsen
.the face.
Mrs. Grace A. Benson,
Face Specialist of
Correct the nose and refine the face.
No pain or inconvenience Many El
Paso references can be given.
Graj Hair Restored
Restores Oray, Streaked or
Bleached Hair or Moustache
iRsUfilaneoosljr. Gives any-shade
from Light Brown to Blook.
Doos not tvesh or rub off. Con.
tains no poisons and is not stlekr
or we y,n t?nd you a Trial sue for so postpaid!
larse size sht f.-ces a' murh ssc If your droSSsi
Oon t k.V .t sund di-pct to us. Send the rellow
wrapper frtm two bo lie. purrhased from a druralst
and y,M Eire roa a fu 1 no bottle for nothlni.
WALNUTTA CO, 208 Clark Ase SI. LsuEs, Us.
,rl T.i.r n California street
Mrs. C. I. Vanderpool is the captain of
the company and was in charge of the
I meeting. The organization piaim
bible class to ne coimuuieu "' ""
Howartl B. Durkee for the studj of
the gospel of St Mark. Following the
study a social time was enjoyed and
light refreshments were served. Among
those present were Rev. and Mrs. C. U
Overstreet, Mesdames II. M. Patterson,
John Hayes. J. II. Johnson, H. T. Cor
bin I T. Dewey, Howard B. Durkee,
J. Hale. Herman Priefer, C. L. Wor
den and Miss Kate Pink.
A meeting of the advisory board or
the Rose Gregory Houchen settlement
house was held Tuesday afternoon in
. ir -nr c A downtown rooms.
Routine business matters connected
with the home were given attention.
As several sets of books have recently
been contributed- to the home the j
board voted to purchase book cases ror
The missionary and aid society of
,the Calvary-Houston square uapiisi
church met Tuesday auernoun mu
started the study of a new book. Doc
trines of Our Faith." by Dargan. A
brief business meeting was held and
the program for the remainder of the
year's study meetings was outlined.
There was a good attendance.
Mrs. Howard B. Durkee and Miss
Florence Durkee will conduct special
leaders bible classes, to train teachers
for bible study classes, at the First
Presbyterian church.
The Grand View Baptist church Aid
and Missionary society wil hold an im
portant business meeting Friday aft
ernoon at 2:30 oclock at the home of
Mrs. W. B. Day.
The Army.
Liet Ralph H. Leavitt, of the Sixth
Infantry, who has been ill, has gone to
the Letterman general hospital at the
Presidio, San Francisco, for treatment.
Col. Herbert J. Slocum, of the 13th
cavalry, who accompanied Gen. Hugh
L. Scott as far as HI Paso, is return
ing to Columbus today, after remaining
In El Paso for a short time.
Two promotions probably will occur
In the infantry If Col. William V Mann,
of the Third Infantry Is appointed to
succeed Brig. Gen. E. D. Hoyle. If this
appointment is confirmed, Lieut. Col.
W. II. Sage, of the 23d infantry, will
go up as extra, colonel and Lieut. CoL
E A. Root, 16th Infantry, will be rro-moted.
An instrumental musical composition,
"Song Without Words," composed by a
former El Paso girl, has recently .been
published by an eastern music house.
The composer is Sister Mary Adaline, of
the Sisters of Loretto in Santa Fe, N.
M. She was formerly Miss Adaline Ge
moets. of El Paso, aid Is the sister of
Mrs. J. D. Tonder. The music is dedi
cated to the composer's first music
teacher. Sister Magdalene, of the Sis
ters of Loretto, in El Paso.
Preparing for Holy Week, the orato
rio of the -Vseven Last Words of Christ"
will be studied by the chorus of the
First Presbyterian church. This was
decided at a meeting of the chorus,
held in the studio of Thomas A. Christ
ian on Myrtle avenue Tuesday night.
Following tho rehearsal, a social time
was enjoyed and light refreshments
were served by Mrs. A. DePew. 'J. lie
chorus will meet next week at the
home of Mrs. Fred C. Emery on Cliff
'Daniel," the sacred cantata by
George F. Root and William Bradbury,
given Tuesday evening at the First
Methodist church, was a distinct suc
cess, both In patronage and musical
excellence. 'Mrs. Ralph J. Wilson was
director and Mrs. K. E. Nold accompa
nist. The recitative parts were taken
by Mrs. Wilson, soprano; Mrs. Ralph
Henderson, mesao-soprano; Walter Da
vis, tenor, and E. E. Nold, basso. The
opening chorus. "By the Rivers of
Babylon," prepared the audience for a
musical treat One of the particularly
pleasing numbers in the earlier part of
the program was the tenor recitative
and mezzo-soprano and tenor duet by
H. B. Durkee and Mrs. Henderson, "We
Cannot Bow Down to Wood and Stone."
A women's trio and chorus was also
much enjoyed. The second part was
largely made up of numbers by the
men. The tenor solo bv Walter Davis,
"Yet, O Princes," with the accompany
ing chorus, were especially good, as
also the tenor and bass recitatives and
male chorus which followed. For the
touching part, where the queen remon
strates with the king for his action in
issuing the decree which consigned
Daniel to the lion's den, Mrs. Wilson's
and Mr. Nold's singing was especially
good. Their duet was Tery effective,
as was the baritone and bass duet
which followed, bv Charles Rokahr and
Mr. Nold. This section of the program
was closed by the chorus, "O, Sing Unto
the Lord," with a pleasin" soprano solo
by Miss Lauramaud Fink. A quintet
by Mesdames Wilson and Henderson,
and Messrs. Durkee, Nold and Rokahr,
gave variety to the closing part of the
program, and the trio, "Our God. O
King, Doth Bid Us Go." was very
pleasing, but the leading feature was
the Chorus, "How Lovely Is Zion," with
Mrs. Wilson singing a solo. The cho
rus, "Freedom Again," closed the pro
gram. The chorus was made up as
follows: SoDranos. Mesdames R. J.
Wilson and II. F. Durkee; Misses Eliza
beth Roe. Lauramaud Fink. Isabelle
Valentine; altos, Mesdames Ralph Hen
derson and W. A. Price; Misses Eliza
beth Fry, Nola Young, Clara Fink; ten
ors, Messrs. II. F. Durkee. Walter Da
vis. S. O. Welday and E. F. Nichau;
basses, Messrs E. E. Nold and Chas.
Dinners, Luncheons, Teas.
Mrs. E. W. Williams entertained the
women of the East Kl Paso Methodist
church Tuesday afternoon at her home
in East El Paso ith an afternoon tea,
which was a very successful affair.
Mrs. Robert sang "April Rain" and
"Where the River Shannon Flows" dur
ing the afternoon. Red and white car
rations and ferns decorated the rooms.
Light refreshments were served. Mrs.
W. O'Brlant assisted the hostess in
serving and entertaining.
Mrs. Kenneth D. Oliver gave a pret
tily appointed buffet supper Tuesday
night at her home near the Country
club. The guests were only members
of the younger set. the visiting girls
and debutantes, with Miss Mary Turney
Nations as the guest or Honor. South
ern smilax and quantities of pink car
nations and pink roses decorted the
rooms in an attractive way. The buffet
supper was served from a table cen
tered with a basket filled with roses
and ferns. A large butterfly bow of
tulle tied the handle. The table was
covered with cluny lace dollies. Pink
candles under pink shades were about
the table. From the chandelier above
the table, which was twined with smi
lax, streamers of tulle oxtended to the
table. Mrs. Oliver was assisted in en
tertaining by her mother. Mrs. W. &
Tilton and Mrs. George C. Robertson.
The guests went over to the Country
club following the supper and spent the
evening dancing.
Mrs. Samuel B. Prewitt will entertain
the Tuesday Luncheon-Bridge club
Tuesday afternoon at her home, in Mun-
U Mta! Madge Brick entertained the
Tuesday Bridge club Tuesday after
noon at her home on North Ore son
street Miss Loretta Brick won the
prize for the highest score, which was
a pair of silk stockings. Mrs. J. D.
Necley was the only guest with the
exceotion of the club members. Miss
eMepuon ui tar,on the club
r . -r. i..nn,c wort en- I n.rtc raa nrAumtpn in an
"J ?L STt ... ranies were over. I manner. In one of the rooms a line of
- - .-. 1 n.4 1 VI L." A 1 r-lfrJ I
Mrs. A. A'. COiei aim aii. ""- - "
S. R. Davis entertained a small house
party of EI Pasoans at hia ranch home
at San Elizario for tne weekend. Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Rawls chaperoned tho
young people, who were Miss. Grace
Cummings, Miss Minnie Highsmith and
G. Thompson.
Miss Ma-ion Holland, who will be
married soon to Raymond Burt, of
Mexico City, was given a pleasant sur
prise shower tho first of the week
bv a number ot her friends, at her
home on Cebada street The shower
"Mnde in El Paso.
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. T. A. Duffy left Wednesday for
New Orleans, to Join her husband. They
win sail from Hew Orleans ror
Havana, where they will spend the
lematnder of the winter.
We congratulate the "Made In El
Paso" movement and regret that we did
not have a product that would make a
sufficient showing for a booth. Coming
down to facts in the case, our three
stores were "Made in El Paso." We
take pardonable pride In what the pub
lic has enabled us to do and take this
"Made In El Paso" week opportunity to
thank you.
Scott White & Co.,
Mills Building.
Roberts Banner Building.
04 San Francisco St
entertained at thejr home on Magomii
avenue Tuesday atternoon wish "
first of a series of eard parties that
they will giTe within the next few
months. There were 13 tables of play
ers. Mrs. R. C. Semple. Mrs. W. D.
Howe and Mrs. A. H. Goldstein won the
prizes. Pink roses and pink carnations
,i j mAmR and tables in an
attractive way. Kewpies decorated the
score cards. Rerresnmenta were "
when the games were over.
Mrs. V. L. Bean was the hostess lor
the Monday Luncheon Bridge club
Tuesday afternoon "at her home in
GoUlen Hill. Pink carnations and
ferns attractively decorated the lunch
eon table. Mrs. F. Norwood Hall won
ti,o ,i for the hltrhest score. Miss
Virginia Bean assisted her mother in
entertaining. Mrs. George Evans will
be the hostess of the club ne-t Tues-
day afternoon. Those present werr. ,
Mesdames J. J. Kaster. f. i. wan, j--.
H. Bradley, jr.. Peyton X Edwards,
Percy F. Knight, Robert Schaumacher
and C. O. Rucker.
Mr and Mrs. William McSain enter
tained the Mixed Doubles club Tues
day evening at their home on Nevada
street Pink and white carnations and
ferns decorated the rooms. The game
of "580" was played. Mr. and Mrs.
Wyche Greer won the first prizes. The
draw prizes were won by Mrs. Victor
Watson and George Taylor. Refresh
ments were served when the games
were over. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor
and Mrs. Steve Aguirre were the guests
The members present were Mr. and
Mrs. S. T. Cross. .Mr. ana Mrs. utm'
Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Watson.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olds. Mr. and Mrs.
Wyche Greer. Mr. and Mrs. 11. J
Stemer and Mrs. Dorothy Taylor Mr.
and Mrs. S. T. Cross will entertain tho
elub at its next meeting.
r.. t? t. Trrmifthie and Robert I-
Clegg were married at 730 oclock, at
2205 East Texas street Monday even
ing. Rev. Q. J. Wade performed the
ceremony. They will make their home
"Miss Irene Louise Ireland and Rufua
C. Jackson were married by Rev Henry
Easter Tuesday nigni at i
Mr and Mrs. George Routiedge on
North Oregon street Tlie wedding was
very quiet Carnations and ferns deco
rated the rooms, and, following the
ceremony a two course supper was
served. The bride is a graduate nurse
of Providence hospital training school
and has made her home with Mr. and
Mrs. Routledge for several years. Mr.
Routledge gave her in marriage. Mr.
Jackson is a mining man from Silver
City N M-. where the couple will be
at hbme after February 1 Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson left immediately for Tennes
see, where they will visit the grooms
relatives for several weeks.
Miss Evelyn Buchanan and Murray J .
Kyle were qletly married Monday night
by Rev. C. Wesley WebdelL at the home
of the groom's parents, in the Wright
apartments. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Buchanan, of
Mexico. Mr. Kyle is the son of Mr and
Mrs. W. M. Kyle. He is a graduate -.if
"the EI Paso high school, in the clas
of 113. Only the closest friends i r
the couple witnessed the ceremony. The
bride wore a crepe de chine gown of
turquois blue and carried a boquet of
bride's roses combined with lilies o T the
,n.r She was attended by Miss Ger
aldine' Harris, who was gowned in pink I
silk combined with gray, cue ""'r
a boquet of Killearney roses. F. L.
?.,-:-j . h n.nnin' attendant. Aa
fnformalreepUon. with the serving of
light refreshments, followed the cere
mony. Mr and Mrs. Kyle will make
their home in the Wright apartments.
Lodges and Cluhs.
The city union of the B. T. P. U. will
be held Friday night at the First Bap
tist church.
There will be a called meeting of the
teachers and officers of the Sunday
school of tho First Presbyterian church
Wednesday night at 7:30 oclock in the
church. Superintendent W. V. Long
will preside.
' .
De Kyle Smith.
Gift Shop ot Applied Arts,
has removed from 215 San Antonio St
to 102 North Stanton St. Adv.
Delighted guests when Dicksle brand
fruit la served. Advertisement
Eulalla Gosling, private and class in
struction in standaraizeu oaiiiroo;
dances; ladies" and children's afternoon
classes: evening classes Monday and
Friday; dansants Wednesday. StudlJ, I
115 N. Kansas; pnone " -""
Dellcloux: Dicksle and Avondale
brand fruits and vegetables. Adv.
He who buys a good article at alow
price, does well: he who buys Made
in El Paso" goods at approximately
the same price, does better.
society yotes For dessert, serve
Dicksle brand fruit Advertisement.
ribbons extended across the room, and
upon these S'ere fastened the gifts
aftor the manner of a clothesline. In
the dining room ribbons of pale laven
der and pink were draped and fes
tooned from the chandelier over the
table, where a bride's cake was the
central decoration. In cutting the
brides cake. Miss Edwina. Horn found
the ring. Games of various kinds en
tertained the. guest?. Miss Marie
Schwartz won the fust prize ttnd Mrs,
D Leigh ton the second prize. In P
"abbreviation of states" contest Mrs.
J. D. Stalker won the first piUze and
Miss Maria Schwtrtz the consolation
prize in the making of hats of iink and
lavender crepe paper. Among J"0"
attending the party were: Misses
Marion Holland. Helen Holland Grace
Downing. Edwina Horn. Anne Carson.
Marie Schwartz. Marie '18' NttU
Jones, Jewel Seggerson. M. Thorpe.
Nellie Cawthorne; Mesdames W. Hol
land W. G. Schwartz, E. II. Byans, J.
S Bunting. E. Sohutz, R. H. Thome.
R. Casey D. Casey, M. Sullivan. D.
LelghB 6. Mitchell. B. C. Anthony.
U J Oxley, N. Converse. F. Prusstt and
I. Kinz.
About El Pasoans.
Mrs. John Dowlmg is ill at TJolston
hospital having undergone a sevesre sur
gical operation.
XV C Harvie, who is ill at the Prov
idence hospital with pneumonia, is im
proving a little.
Combing Won't Eid
Hair of Dandruff
The only sure way to get rid of dand
ruff is to dissolve It, then you destroy
It entirely. To do this, get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvpn; applv
it at night when retiring; use enough,
to moisten the scalp and rub it in
gently with the finger tips.
Do thia tonight and by morning mript,
if not all, of your dandruff will be
gone, and three or four more applica
tions will completely dissolve and. en
tirely destroy every single sign and
trace of it, no matter how much dand
ruff you may have.
You will find, too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will tetop at.
once, and your hair will be flrtfy, lus
trous, gIoss. silky and soft a.nd look
and feel a hundred times betjber.
You can get liquid arvon at, any drug
store It is inexpensive and iyever fails
to do the work. Advertlsfsraent
Local Team
For the Benefit Show
-::- -:':- -:!:-
Assist Mr. Glass
(,(,- F WE accepted all the offers of
I talent made us for the 'Amlgo
LIsto' (Ready Friend) entertain
ment scheduled for the Texas Grand
theater Friday night, we would have to
llrs. Housekeeper! You alwas got
th same high qualitv canned fruits
and vegetables when you buv Dick..e
and Aondale brands Vdvertlsement
Believes in Peruna
Mr. George A.
Douglas, No. 49
Bast 131st St,
New York. N. T
writes- "As ray
work compels me
to spend a large
part of my time
out of doors, I
have often been
drenched by sud
den rains, chilled
by extreme cold,
and I soon found
that I had a bad
case of catarrh
ot the bronchial
"I tried plas
ters and medi
cine, but noth
ing I did seemed
to help me until
I took Peruna.
"This splendid medicine took right
hold of me, drove every bit of the
disease out and built me up until I
felt stronger than I had fop years.
"Whenever I have been exposed
now a couple of doses always restores
me. Peruna Is an ideal protector In
all sorts of weather,"
put on a continuous show starting
about noon and finishing after mid
night," is the statement from manager
Joe Glass, who is in charge of the vau
deville show provided for this cause.
"I am truly surprised at the large
number of professional acts In El Paso
at this time acts which have never
appeared here on any stage yet the
greater surprise is the number of boys
and girls in El Paso who aspire for the
"Stage struck? Well, no and yes. In
cidently. If there were no 'stage struck'
young people, we would be devoid of
actors and actresses today. That's a
fact that admits of no jloubt, so why
not give the young folks a chance?
"Will there be any 'local aspirants'
on the program Friday night you ask?
Yes, just one team a girl and a boy;
the former about 15, the latter probably
three years her senior. They are neigh
bors in well known families on 'the
hill," and who knows but they have
dreamed of the great future which is
their's after finishing high school? No,
it would not be fair to give you their
names, as it would likely result in the
loss of the act and I am sworn to se
crecy, anyhow. However, should re
spective parents learn of it and brook
interference, I feel quite certain It
could be 'squared' in behalf of so
worthy a cause.
"When I state to my friends and ac
nnnlntances that this show Is certainly
going to be well worth at least three or
four times the admission, I mean every
word of it."
This statement from Joe Glass should
assure the sale of every couponed tick
et not later than tomorrow noon,
Thursday, and no time should be lost in
either visiting the ticket office or mak
ing reservation by telephone. Tickets
are only 50 cents each and all the re
ceipts for the entertainment above the
S100 necessary to defray actual cost
r. ill go to the "Amigo Listo" fund to
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Foreign Navies Use
Large Quantities of
Texas Products .
Oil burning for naval purposes has developed very remarkably in
the last tea years, many countries have used it to some extent and
some countries to an enormous extent. Millions of bajrels are
used annually by various countries for war vessels, even in times
of peace, and the supply of oil for this purpose is an important
Texas was 'pioneer in this important field, for manufactured pro
ducts and The Texas Company was originally started for the pur
pose of marketing oil as fuel.
It is natural, therefore, that Texas should stand today as a most
important factor n the supply of oil fuel for the navies of the
world, and The Texas Company has a large share of this business.
Texaco fuel oil is used by the United States Navy in large quanti
ties ofr its oil burning war vesels; the navy of Great Britain, by
far the largest consumer of fuel oil in this regard, uses Texaco
for the greater part of its requirements; the Italian Navy takes
practically its entire requirements of oil fuel from The Texas Com
pany, and a large part of the amount consumed by the French Navy
comes from the same source.
As a port for the distribution of oil fuel the equipment and handling
arrangements have placed Port Arthur, Texas, on a par with any
other oil port in this country, or elsewhere.
All Texaco products can be secured in your town; world known for
their quality they are of unusual value for all purposes. Our Agent
knows how to serve you. Order from him.
The Texas Company
ko. X() General Offices, Houston, Texas
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