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EL PASO HERALD
TEflGHERS I CHANGES IN ! E ELECTED FDR rEAR; EH 5CHQ0L IMTT All Principals Are Reelected; Mrs. WMtmer Resigns and Mrs. Mee Is Promoted; New Music Instructor from Waco; Mrs. Margaret K. Stevens Is to Be Physical Instructor in the High School. TEACHERS for the year have been elected by the school board after several weeks of consideration. w ith the exception of a. few teachers in the grade schools who have resigned m d pome changes in tne High school .Hid in the special worhi the list of I achers for the next year w!U be the j i irpe as it was hist. . In the Hiph school, J 'Louis Henrv 1 w 11 be the French and German teacher ; i n pla e of W. F Beiermann. Joseph J Gilkey takes R. E Seay's place in me commercial department. In the public speaking and English depart ment. Albert Alexander will take S. O. Miss Marbrv Hennine- in the mathema.- 1 Tif-s HffnartmAnf janri Ha will alcn lim?A charge of the xnilitarv tactics of the cadet corps. Ho wasiformerly a teacher at the EI Paso Military Institute and i a graduate of Anapolis. Miss Ada C. Burke will teach Spanish in the High school in place of Mrs. Alice McSpad dfn M H. Griffin will teach matirema tics and athletics in place of Charles A P.eukauf. Miss Claudia Braham has been added to the 'English department. Miss L O. Brooks to the English and history departments and Mrs. Margaret K Stevens will have charge of the physical training for girls Mrs. TVhitmer Resigns. Mrs. J C. Mee has been promoted to the position of instructor in drawing in the schools in place of Mrs. Victoria TVhitmer, who has resigned. Miss Eliza beth Doak, of Waco, has been appointed instructor in music to take Mrs. Lelia Moore's place as Mrs. Moore has also resigned. Miss Cora Larson, of Lincoln, Neb . has been appointed instructor in writing in place otE A. Don. W. R. Pearson Is retired from the school staff as instructor in physical training. Miss Corinne Clark has been- ap pointed assistant bookkeeper and I stenographer and Miss Constance Fate man was reelected secretary to superin tendent P. J. Tighe. The complete list of principals and teachers for the schools is as follows: Principal. Miss Maria Gallagher, Alamo. Mrs. Eunice Payne Alta Vista. Miss Catherine Gorbutt, Aoy. miss wune Mccrery. uauey. Miss Myra Prater, Beall. Miss Mabel Glenn. Franklin. - Miss. Kliff ord Rice, Highland Park. Miss Alice Fitzpatnck. Lamar. Mrs. Mamie. Patterson. San Jacinto. Mrs. E. Arrington, Sunset. Miss Alicia Swann. Vilas. William Coleman, rjouglass. . A. II. Hughey, High school. f -Teachers. The Alamo Miss Eula Brown. Miss Patsy Clark, Miss Evelyn Boone, Miss Lulu Howell, Miss Mabel Koehl. Miss Eleanor Preston. Miss Madge Steele, Miss Annie Grady, Miss Nellve "'" "Is3 Se"na5..?1Jai5.? l?ne dlth Clark. Miss Lovenla Browning. 2k"XJ?T0?ffi iS"?:' fnlta Jobm. Miss Be5.Till.Uop; 7-ZZiiZ.- cVZ. iii. i- ,-- "ss fl,M uennison, :uiss Clara J5d ..u.s. .., ricci ouwi. wards. Miss Rosena Montier. Alta Vista Miss Floride Harris, Miss SWEEP STREETS DNLVftT NICHT Alderman Pisher Changes Schedules; More Streets to Be Swept. Alderman John W. Fisher, in charge of the department of streets and grades, announced Tusday mornng that the sweepng of streets will hereafter be conducted entirely at night. The inno vation was started Monday night and proved so satisfactory that no more sweeping of streets, except by the "white wings'Vwill be conducted during daylight hours Under the new arrangement a consid erably larger area of the city will be covered nightly. Mills street will be swept east to Campbell street; Texas street and Myrtle avenue, as far east as the pavement extends; and Magoffin and San Antonio streets will be swept to Cotton avenue. North of the tracks Oregon street will be swept to the r M. C. A. building; Mesa avenue to Bou levard, and Stanton street to Boulevard. Boulevard will be swept from Oregon to Octavia street. The streets bounding Carnegie square will also be awept nightly. Two sprinklers and three sweepers will be used in conducting the work and more water will be used. WHAT TO SEE AT THE MOVIES TODAY Alhambra j -The Jiicsmnot,' Vltagraph Blue I Ribbon feature. , I Bijou The Breath of Araby, Broadway Star hraturr, featuring Helen Cirilnrr. J Grecian ' -Hiss ratty' Seaside Lovers.' Err- ' tone comedy; "The Hurron Converts," two-reel drama. Unique , "V Kool There Was, featuring Tfcc da Bara. in Mix eels. "Wigwam -Thirty, a Francis RnKhman reel, and The Mmteglst, a comedy. Ruby Smith. Miss Lottie Smith. Mrs Alice Mornss, MiSiLoulse Hopper. Miss Winifred Wilson. Miss Mamie Jackson. Miss Catherine Meade. Miss Winifred Smith, Miss Helen Cook, Miss Ruth Long. Aoy Miss Fierence, Hughes. Mrs. Lenna Dalton, Miss Ama. McKnight, Miss Mamie Newman. Miss Frankie Thayer, Miss Era Thomas. Miss Bess Pickens. Miss Augusta Markgraff, Miss Louise Lawrence, Miss Helen Roberts. Miss Gertrude Higgins, Miss Etna Eason. Mrs. Lily Howard. Miss Lillian Stiernberg. Miss Elizabeth Le Grand, Miss Carrie Seddon, Miss Lucile Malo- ney. Miss Nell Lyons. Miss Sal tie Phillips, Miss Gertrude Leigh ton, Miss Mildred Whitfield. Miss Mere- HAVE ;AMi KiJ .A -?. E .-.J JJ .f I rayn1, LsS''tJ ,!' mJTmlmf --Ts 1 U lf -J Jffi&L J 1 r ir--f- -;yq tfc'.'-A&-Av ATM 7 tm $?z?-v2s?r COMFORTABLE HIS SUMMER Here are Complete Conven ed, iences that Multiply the pleas ure of Life in the Open Bailey Miss Cora Hancock. Miss Rnth Harris, Miss Lillian O'Bryan. Miss Newell Compton. Miss Lillian Phillips, Miss Elizabeth Harris. Miss Clara Deen, Miss Jess Denton. Miss Xora Burton, Miss Mazie Cole, Miss Sue Lattner, Miss Mary Fool. Miss Hannah Ellison, Miss Kathryn McKnight, Miss Julia Cald well. Miss Pauline Krenr, Miss Lillian Lockwood. Beall Miss Maude Isaacks. Miss Iduma Hughes. Miss Frances Turren tlne. Miss Mary Messlmer, Miss Nell Taylor, Miss Annie Sullivan, Miss Gert rude Benjamin, Miss Elizabeth Field, Miss Minnie Grace, Miss Editha Dod son, Mrs. Gertrude Aiello, Miss Janet Rumsey, Miss Boena Gilder, Mrs. Clem mie Matkln. Miss Aline Rather. Miss Sarah Barclay. Miss Alma Morrison, Miss Fannie Yeager. Robert C Jack son, Mrs. Jewel Brown. "RED MILL" TO BE -PLAYED BY SIXTH INFANTRY BAND 'The Red Mill," Montgomery and Stone's old favorite with its tuneful lyrics, will be played as a selection bv the sixth infantry band in Camp Cotton this evening. Tne concert will start at 6 oclock and continue until 7 oclock and will be directed by bandmaster Max Muller. The public is invited. The program for this concert Is as follows: March, "Gate City." (Weldon). Overture. "Maximilian Robespierre," (H. Littloff). Value. "Gold and Silver." fLeharl. Novelty. "A Musician Astray In the Forest" with echo quartet. (Herman). Selection, "Red Mill." (Herbert). Finale, Tho International Rag," (Berlin). 'ho ul !.... J UA.IU .. ,. all other of Its matinee concerts Wednes day afternoon at 4 oclock in Camp Cot ton, near the T. & P roundhouse. The program prepared by bandmaster Ernest G. Fischer is as follows. March. -Old Guard" (Hall). Overture, "RIenzl" (Wagner). Suite In four parts. "Atlantis" (The Lost Continent) (Lafranck), (a) "Noc turne and Morning Hymn of Praise-" (b) "A Court Function-" (c) "I Love Thee," (The Prince and Aana; (d) "The Destruction of. Atlantis." Selection. "The Prince of Tonight" (Howard). Negro oddity. "Pickaninnies on Pa rade" (Barnard). 1oP 1 1 QrSmPrsriCS ul mwM i. (IVi? .WSKtft A musical surprise! Whether ypu are a musician or not, you cannot fail to appreciate the treat that the new EDISON DIAMOND DISC holds in store for you. The place to hear it is at Ok El Puo Phonograph Co., where every model in the various Teoods and finishes is on display Salesmten Bfco under stand and take pleasure in showing and demonstrating this new musical instrument. Prices $60 to $450 EASY-TERMS VI No Needle MEXICANS AND SYRIANS TAKE TROUBLES TO COURT A miniature 'race war" in an apart ment house in the lower part of the city between some Mexican families and some Syrians was settled in justice J. M. Deaver's court Tuesday morning. The trouble is said to have started among the children. It quickly spread to the heads of the families and result ed in a number of open encounters. Constable Domingo Montoya was ap pealed to by the Mexicans and asked 4 ii at Iaa TlkADa a aI Ia Hennw 1 . juas-i. ca ici w ass, ill JUUbHiCUL i Franklin Miss Mary Lelgnton. Miss I the matter, and out of a babble of SCAN THIS LIST tLEST YOU FORGET Folding Chairs Cooking Outfits Folding Stools Folding Tables Folding Cob Camp Staves Water Bags Canteens Guns ' Ammunition TENTS ALL SIZES and STYLES Krakauer, Zork & Moye's, S. I Retail Department. 1 1 7 San Francisco St. "KracKajacK Service is Hardware Satisfaction.'' To The Fublfc We Maintain Our Own Delivery El Paso Ice & System Refrigerator Co. Phones 114 and 115 Bertha Scheffler. Miss Ruth Gritchett, Miss Dorothy Winans, Miss Annie R. Moss, Miss Cella Simons, Miss Frieda Rhelnhelmer, Miss Jeannette Hender son. High school Miss Eula Harper, Miss Rebecca Goldstein, V. S. Rogers. J. Louis Henry, Miss Georglna Adams, Miss Lena McKie, Jos. K. Dilkey. Miss Catherine Flynn. R. H. King. Miss Helen Oldham. Miss Lavert Chamber lain, R. R. Jones. Albert Alexander, Miss Hattie Funk. Mrs. Jeanie Frank, L E. McLaren, Ada C Burke, Miss Sophie Gilchrist, Allen Sayles. Miss Lot tie Harris. M- u. untiin. miss isaoei I Kelly. Miss Claudia Brahm, Miss T. O. : Brooks and lira. Margaret K. Stevens. Highland Park Miss Helen .Lake. Miss May Anderson. Miss Grace Fleck, Miss Marjorie McKay. Miss Edith Maloney, Miss Mary Lewis, v Lamar Miss Bessie Hall, Miss Edith Glddings, Miss Lillian Cole, Miss Mae Pulllam. Miss Margaret Jones, Miss Mary Henry, Miss Laura Nelson. -ibs Blizabeth Calder. Miss Dove Husbands. Miss Kate Mulcahy, Miss Maude Nereis, Miss Helen Lucas, Miss Eva Stapleton. Miss Lucile Cowan, Miss Vera Hunt, Mrs. Amy Dutcher, C. V. Jackson. San Jacinto Mrs. Kate .Hopkins, Miss Rstelle Berrien, Miss Elizabetn Burns, Miss Isabelle Valentine. Miss Margaret Condon, Miss Laura Lovett, Miss Vera.. Pool. Miss Mae Buckaloo. Mrs. Maude Carmlchael, Mrs. Alpha Johnson. Mrs. Fannie Pogue, Miss Alice Thomas, Miss Ruby Jordan, Miss Nonnte Bond. Sunset Miss Milda Connolly, Miss Anna Shelton, Miss Lucile Smith. Miss Rommle Boyd, Miss Alice Dulohery, Miss Ruth Randle, Miss Lllla. Thomas. Miss Martha Sadler. Vilas Miss Lauramaude Fink, Miss Maude Strickland. Miss Marguerite Iverson. Miss Katherfne Brownson, Miss Alberta Heep, Miss Delia Kiefer, Miss Kate Kronse, Miss Margaret Hun ter, Miss Nellie Bedlngfield, Miss Clyde Duncan. Departmental Teachers. Kindergarten Miss Lulu Jones. Miss Lucile Rice. Miss Anna Washburn. Miss Sybil Shedd. Spanish Miss Ludle Dwyer. Miss Cora Coleman and Miss Matllde Alonso. Manual training E. C Beezley. D. E. Chenault. C. C. Golden, L. F. Allen. Domestic science Miss Blanche Bai ley, Miss Janet Mack. Miss Marghar etta LeBaron, Miss Klizabeth Roe. Mrs. Margaret Murphy, Miss Cecile Myers and Miss Bernadine Schultz. Music Miss Elizabeth Doak. Drawing Mrs.iJ. C. Mee. "Writing Miss Cora Larson. Unasslgned Miss Marbry Hennlng, Miss Zella Brater. Miss Lilly Mclntyre. Miss Cora Leslie and Miss Xarararet Bryan. Cadet teachers Miss Estelle Cassidr. Miss Kathryn Glenn, Miss Christine Moellch and Miss Mary Andrew. Otber Emplo)e. Mrs. Inez Parker, office assistant; . A. Burk. superintendent manual arts; J. IL Stlne. superintendent recreation; M E. Thayer, superintendent repairs; F. E. Sawyer, auditor and bookkeeper; Miss Corinne Clark, assistant book-, keeper and stenographer; Miss Con stance Fateman, superintendent's sec retary. egro School. Douglass Comfort Baker, Blanche Bcnner, Emma Coleman. Fred Clopton, Olalee Fowler, Lyda McGowen, Emma Gurley. tf - V .S.sfc - . The -New Diamondlfaini Note These Exclusive Features: No Partially Reproduced Music Instead: EVERY OVER TONE' BROUGHT OUT. No Unevenness in Playing Instead: PERFECT PITCH MAINTAINED. No Needles to Change Instead: A GENUINE DIA MOND POINT. No Records Impaired by Playing r .Instead: UNBREAKABLE RECORDS Spanish and Syrian testimony the jus tice gathered enough of the story to learn that both factions were partly at fault He dismissed them with some good WOMEN DECLARE WAR ON OLD PICTURE POST CARDS Phonelx. Arlz May 15. Old nicture postcards must so. Mrs. Henry D. Ross, president of the Arizona Federation of Women's club, has said so. Mrs. Ross is now starting a campaign among woman's organizations through out the state to have old tplcture post- ! Austin. Tex, May 25. The secretary cards, not thoroughly representative of ' of state's department has issued and No Harsh, Discordant Qualities Instead: A PURE LIQUID TONE Out of Town Readers please Write for beautiful illustrated catalogue and prices of the different styles. Mail orders will have prompt attention. El Paso Phonograph Co. Concerts Daily 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. ' TWO-O-TWO TEXAS OFFICIAL BALLOTS FOR JULY ELECTION ISSUED the communities in which they are sold. taken off the market The campaign is also to extend to comic cards that the women's clubs regard as objectionable. According to Mrs. Ross, it Is the practice of many dealers to display cards until they are sold, and some times cards are years outof date before they are disposed of to tourists and sent east f TIMES AUTO COLLIDES WITH STREET RAILWAY TOOL CAR A rear wheel of an automobile owned by the El Paso Times was broken about oclock Tuesday morning when the machine and the tool car of the El Paso Electric Railway 'company col lided at the corner of Kansas street and Myrtle avenue. The automobile was'coming south on Kansas street and (the tool car, in charge of foreman IL S. Boyd, was coming west on Myrtle avenue. The left rear wheel of the automobile was broken and the machine was thrown, partly around,, but not overturned. In the automobile were B. R. Blank enshlp. the driver; his daughter and Mrs. R. F. Travis. None was injured. GOV. FERGUSON TO TAKE SCOTTISH RITE DEGREES Austin. Tex., May 15. Governor James E. Ferguson is to take high degrees In Scottish Rite Masonry at the spring re union being held here. There are ap proximately 30e candidates to take va rious degrees during the reunion, which is being held in the Scottish Rite ca thedral. The reunion will close Wednes day and the fourth to the 30th degrees will be administered. Prominent Masons from all over the state are here assist ing In the work. STOVE, OIL, EXPLOSION; . TUCSON WOMAN DIES Tnrson. Ariz.. Mav IS. Mrs. C Du- (senbury. wife of a Southern Pacific em- ploe. died irom Durns receiveu in a. kerosene explosion. It was said she was using kerosene to kindle a fire In the kitchen stove, when the explosion occurred. Her clothing caught fire and she ran -Into the yard where neighbors, attracted by her screams, turned a garden hose upon her Her body had been terribly burned, and she died at a hospital some hours later . MEXICAN SAYS HE WAS . BEATEN BY JUAREZ SOLDIERS will shortly distribute the official bal lot to be used for voting on the six pro posed amendments to tne constitution; the election is to be held on the fourth Saturday In July, next These ballots are to be sent to the local county elec tion boards over the state. This Is the form of the official ballot Official Ballot. For amendment to section 2. of ar ticle 6. of the constitution, authorizing qualified voters to vote in precincts other than the precinct of their resi dence under certain conditions. Against the same amendment For the amendment of article S. sec tion 2. of the constitution, providing that the supreme court of this state shall consist of a chief justice, and four associate justices, describing their qualifications, tenure of office and compensation. Against the same amendment For amendment to section 9. article 8, of the constitution, authorizing the levy and collection of a special road tax not to exceed 5 cents on the hun dred dollars valuation of cronentv i& any county, subdivision or subdivisions, or defined district thereof, when same has been authorized by a majority of the qualified electors at an election held for that purpose. Against the same amendment For the amendment to section 3 of article 7. of the constitution, adding thereto seetion 3b, authorizing the com missioners' court to create a students' loan fund. Against the same amendment For amendment of section 52 of ar ticle 2. of the constitution, authorizing the issuance of bonds for levee, drain age, road and other public improve ments, and for taxes therefor. Against the same amendment For amendment to article T. of the constitution of the state of Texas pro viding for the separation of the Uni versity of the state of Texas and tho Agricultural and Mechanical college and an equitable division of the uni versity lands. Against the saine amendment OSCAR F. BERG DIBS: FUXBKAL HELD TUESD VT. Oscar F. Berg, aged 54 years, died Monday f ternoon at the family resi dence. IMS East Rio Grande street The deceased is survived by bis widow and a son. The funeral was held Tuesdav after noon at the chapel of MrBean, Simmons Hartford, Rev A. C Harris officiating AUTHORS AND ACTORS PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO 5R0HMAN New York. May, 25. Tribute to the ' memory or cnanes rronman, tne tne atrical manager who perished on the Lusltanla, was paid today by hundreds of person in the theatrical world and many from other walks of life, at the funeral services held at the Temple , smannei. In speaking of Mr. Frohman's high ' standing in the theatrical world, Augustus Thomas, the playwright wh , delivered the funeral oratlonr'said: The history of the dramatic world . has held no name so potent because. I for one thing, he never bartered his self respect for notoriety. Just to bo ' with the man was to be decent" f Twenty-six pallbearers escorted the bodv. They included, in addition to Mr. Thomas. George Ade. Bdward Sheldon. Richard Harding Davis. E. H. Sothern. William Gillette. Otis Skinner. William Favershara and David Belasco. Cocoanut Oil Fine For WashingIair If you want to keep your hair In good condition, the les soap you use tho better. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and is very harmful. Just plain mulsl fied cocoanut oil (which is pure and entirely greaaeless). Is much better than soap or anything else you can use for shampooing, as this can't posolUy InJUre the hair. Simply "moisten your hair with water and rub It in. One or two tea spoonfuls will zqake an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly. Tha lather rinses out easily, and removes e?ery particle of dost, dirt dand ruff and excessive oiL The hair dries quickly and evenly, and it Iea-es it fine and silky, bright, fluf fy and easy to manage. Tou can get.muleified cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It is very cheap, and a few ounces -is enough to last everyone in the family for months. Advertisement. sssl ossl ssm s: nl M sn 2vb ss BR UNIQUE TOMORROW THURSDAY Pure Distilled Water, and Ice Made From Distiiied Water COMPANY UNDERSELL ALL OTIIDRS JUST RECEIVED A car "Levy East" Hand Packed Tomatoes, nndonbtedlv mc uiicaL xviuaiTO uui tan pvtsiuiy ee put in a can just like a Whole Fresh Tomato. 3 Cans for 25p 4 Cans Bull Head Tomatoes 25fi 6 Cans Tomato Pulp . . . .25 f TRADE WITH US AND SAVE MONEY. Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland St. MAH. ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION. VALUABLE ITEM FOR MEN Health and strength hitherto un known will' be felt surging in rich red blood through the arteries and veins and life's greatest ambition may be realized asv never before if the following special treatment Is followed by those men, and women too, who are stricken with that most dreaded of all afflictions, nervous exhaustion, accompanied with such symptoms as extreme nervousness, insomnia, cold extremities, melan cholia, headaches, constipation and dyspepsia, kidney trouble, dreadful dreams of direful disasters, timidity in enturiag and a general Inability to act naturally at all times as other people do. Lack of poise and equili brium in men is a constant source of embarrassment even when the public least suspects it. For the benefit of those who want a restora tion to full, bounding health and all the happiness accompanying it, the following home treatment is given. It contains no opiates or habit form. ing drugs whatever . The treatment consists of (3) three-grain cadomene tablets, packed in sealed tubes, and widely pre scribed and dispensed by physicians and well stocked pharmacists. Full directions for self administration now accompany each tube. It Is claimed that these tablets possess the most wonderful tonlc-invigorat-ing powers which oan soon be ex perienced after taking them Adv Because he would not buy a soldier a drink. Leopoldo Resa, a Mexican, was thrown into the Juarez jan ana Dauij beaten with swords Monday night, ac- coraiug lu me aivry uc iviu iug jjuiiit; i Tuesday ! Resa was given medical attention at the emergency hospital. Ills shoulders and arms are covered with black and blue stripes. FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S ' CLUBS MAY BE FORMED I CinatiUo Tex.. May 25 At the meeting or tne Aiaaain ciud o dq seta ntnvw7 afternoon at the home of Mr. J. IL Murphy. a delegate from each federated club In the county will be present.. The Idea of this meeting is to form a county federation. Edwin Burt, having sold his property In El Pao. will start immediate construction on a beautiful and modern home on his ranch here on the west aide and will move his family out from El Paso. B mTvPr rsssssI H Hi aPaWft B W7 I BJ8B FVE tttssmswi SHOWS START IS -60 m. 1 130 p.m. 3i90 p.m 4i38p no. Cc00p.nu 7:30 p.m. t00p.m. TODAY- TOMORROW- THURSDAY THE SUPER-SENSATION ..tuf ssBr&rsM bst99 fit: iuutsi:ttiiAUl THE COLOSSUS OF MODERN DRAMAS THREE BOYS AI1RESTKD ; OX FIGHTING CIIAIIGE Charged with fighting and disturbing , the peace. Jack Murray, W. D. Ming and Dale Jackson, three youths, were t arrested about 10.30 Monday night. Ac- coiding to the police, the boys started i a fight in front of the uradorff- hotel THE MOST TAUvEDQFPILM IX THE WORLD RECORD BREAKING CROWDS EVERYWHERE 1V.VTER TJSBRS MBETT. Directors of the Water Users' asso ciation met in the office of Felix Mar tinez Tuesday afternoon to make plans for the entertainment of the congres sional appropriations committee which will be here early In June. The cost review board's report was also considered. PRODUCED BY I PRESENTED BY 1 I RALPH W. LNCE 1 IeARLE WILLIAMS I Who Produced "413" j IANITA STEWART 1 mm-MnmM. REFRESHMENT P4RXOR Upstairs Alhambra Theatre DVNCE IF lOl LIKE Five cents each da.ice or fifty for whole eenmg Indies Free. FIHE MRK-Y FOR SILVER CITY. Silver Ciu, N. M, May i5. A fire siren that is expected to wake even -one but the dead will be installed on the fire station here and will be oper ated by electricit. The siren was re-c-ened on approval and is guaranteed to e heard 10 miles from the center of tlH lltj SHOWS START 11 A. M., 12:05, 1:10, 2:15, 3:20, 4:25, 5:30, 6:35, 7:40, 8:45, 9:50. THIS THEATRE IS COOL. ADMISSION 20c. I $100 In Prizes To Women n another page of today's Her i" " ou will note the particulars of a very interesting Ad Reading jt'om petition If you ant-one of the 33 cash prises offered, there is no rea son h ou shrml 'n't get them 'i ever woman or rich edu cated or uri ti ,!tl is eligible t compete Simi. tite our cand J opinion is, to which is tie lest ,1 vertisen-ent appearing; in the Hei 1 luring ihe pent! f-oni prtl -l'UI lo Mn "1 11! j "5?