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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Ju e 10, 1013. ENGAGEMENT OF a N. BASSETT ANNOUNCED IN DECATUR, ILL., TO GIRL OF THAT CITY 1 r HK engagement of Miss -Myra rowers or .uecatur, .uis.. is. Charles X. Bassett of 31 Paso. appeared in the Decatur papers of San day last. Miss Powers is the daughter of one of the oMest and mast promi nent families in Illinois. Charles Bassett is at present in Okla homa on a business trip, lie is a very .ell known young business man here. lie is the viee president of the Stats ..itio-iil Bank, one of the firm of the o T Bassett & Co.. lumber dealers. i- considered the wealthiest young m in El Paso. He is a native EI Paso rnJ son of one of EI Paso's pionelr cmzens. About ElPasoans. i. ,. .. ... -' nu jira. y. a. fonts, jr., are rro ing into their new home, 2906 Sa vannah street. Miss Alice Hendee. daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. E. Hendee. of Highland Park, who has been studying art In New Tork City during the past year, was awarded the annual scholarship in illustrative advertising at the spring exhibit of the New York Academy, and so will continue her art studies an other year. Miss Hendee will spend the summer in New Tork City, where she is connected with an advertising design company. The Army. X.3J. John A. Randolph, chaplain of the 6th infantry, will leave the first of me weeK ior Ban Francisco, where he will spend a leave of absence visiting his wife and daughter at the Presidio. OUT FOIVIIR. The Supply Comes From Food. If -we get power from food, why not strive to get all the power we canT That is only possible by selecting food that exactly fits the requirements of the body. "Not knowing how to select the right food to fit my needs, I suffered grievously for a long time from stom ach trouble," writes a lady from a lit tle Western town. "It seemed as if I would never be able to find out the sort of food that was best for me. Hardly anything that I could eat would stay on my stom ach. Every attempt gave me heart burn and filled my stomach with gas. I got thinner and thinner until I lit erally became a living skeleton and in time was compelled to keep Jo my bed. "A few months age I was persuaded to try Grape-Nuts food, and it had such good effect from the very beginning that I kept up its use. I was surprised at the ease with which I digested it. It proTed to be just what I needed. "All my unpleasant symptoms, the heart-burn, the inflated feeling which gave me so much pain, disappeared. My weight gradually increased from 98 to 116 lbs., my figure rounded out; my strength came back, and I am now able to do my housework and enjoy it. Grape-Nuts did It" A ten days trial will show anyone some facts about food. Name given by Postum Co, Battle Creek. Mich. Read. 'The Road to Well TlHe," in pkgs. "There's a Reason." Ever read the above letterf A new one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and fnll of human Interest. Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. MaJ. C J. Manly and Mr. and Mrs. D. C Sutton formed a dinner group at the Country club Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. King, of Houston, entertained informally at dinner at the Harvey House, Wednesday night. Their guests "were: Mr. and M-s. William Walz, Garnett King and Britton Davis. They motored to the midweek dance at the Country club, following the dinner. - Mr. and Mrs. otto K. Armstrong mc th cnTftsta tit honor at a nrettily ap pointed dinner, given by Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Rokahr at their home on San Jose street. Wednesday night. Tne table was centered with a bowl of swet peas-dSd maidenhair ferns. Sur rounding the bowl, were crystal can (rtesticks with green candles. The place cards were handpainted with sprays of maidenhair ferns on tnem. rne guesis were Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Armstrong. Miss Beatrice Pateman and Miss Beulah Brown. Mrs. Leila T. Moore and Robert Holll day, whose wedding will ocur next Tuesday, were the. guests of honor at a beautifully arranged dinner, given by Mr. and Wrs. W. W. Turney. Wednesday night at their home on Montana street. Pink swet peas in a very large cluster formed the center piece of the table and about it were quantities of candles, in crystal stick-!, tied with bows of pink tulle. Pink sweet peas were scattered over the table. The place cards were orna mented with the gold monogram of the hosts. A corsage boquet of pink swet peas marked Mrs. Moore's place. After the dinner the eTening was spent inform ally with dancing and conversation. Among the guests were Mrs. Leilla T. Moore, Robert Holliday. Mr. and Mrs. Winchester Cooley, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Semple. Mr. and Mrs. A. IU Goldstein. Judge and Mrs. Walter T. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dyer, Misses Anne Thurmond. Anna Shelton. Judge P. R Price, James Graham Mc Nary. W. H. Surges and Richard K uurges. Weddings. Miss Elsa Ruth Farley and Frazer Charlee will be married tonight at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Farley. 1115 North Florence street. The weding will be a quiet one, with only the relatives and friends present. Rev. John E. Abbott, pastor of the Westminster Presbyterian church, will perform the marriage cere mony. Miss Farley will be attended by her sister. Miss Frances Farley. Joe Charles, brother of the groom, will be the best man. An informal reception will follow the wedding. The young couple will make their home in El Paso. Miss Florence Ryan and Walter U. Dillon were Quietly married Wednes day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock in the cathedral of the Immaculate Concep tion. Rev. Francis Roy performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. S. S. Nichols. Mr. Nich ols was the groom's attendant. Tne bride wore a gown of white lace, with a white hat, and carrledn a bo quet of white carnations and ferns, tied with embroidered net. Mrs. mcnois El Pasoans Away. W. L. Wilson left Wednesday for Portland. Ore. Mrs. B. Howell left Wednesday for Pinta. Ariz. 1 Mrs. C. a Martin left Wednesday for New Tork City. Mrs. J. W. Gill left Wednesday after noon for Alamogordo ofr a visit of a few days. Mrs. Charles Hollister left Wednes day afternoon for Cresson, Penn, where she will make her future home. Miss Birdie Buckaloo left today for Dallas, Texas, where she will spend her vacation. Miss Lena McKie left Wednesday for Denver. Colo., to spend her sum raer vacation. Will Crosby will leave in about two weeks for San Francisco to spend his vacation. Mrs. J. O. Forbes left Wednesay night for Hayden, Ariz, to spend a month's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Cook. Mrs. C. R. Townsend, with her two children, left recently for San Dieg and San Francisco to visit the exposition. Mrs. J. A. Gillett left Wednesday afternoon for Kansas City to visit her mother, Mrs. J. W. Kern, for a few weeks. John H. Richardson left Wednesday afternoon for Alamogordo, where he will remain for a few days on Busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. L. Huttanus have gone to California, where they will spend two months traveling, visiting points of interest and seeing the expositions. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Compton and their two children, of Putnam avenue, are spending the month of June with rela tives and friends in Corpus Christie, Texas. Mrs. W. J. Qulgley and her daugh ter. Miss Dorothy Quigley, left Wednes day for California, where they will spend the summer at the differenS beaches. Mrs. S. S. Nichols and her children will leave shortly for San Gabriel, Calif. After a visit of some time there. tbey will go to the beaches for the re mained of the summer. Miss Clara Fink will leave Tuesday for Berkeley, Calif-, where she will at tend the University of California sum mer session. Mrs. W. W. Fink will prob ably go to California also. Mrs. F. D. Hadlock. with her little daughter, will leave Friday night for Del Rio, Texas, to Join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Hadlock will then go on a camping trip to Devil's river. "" Mr. and Mrs. A. Mathias and their youngest daughter. Gertrude Mathias, with Mrs. S. Aronstein and her children, will leave Friday morning for their summer cottages in Cloudcroft- Dr. and Mrs. II. IL Stark will leave June 19 for San Francisco, to attend the American Medical association con vention. Afterwards they will spend several weeks in Tosemite valley. Mrs. J. R- Segall and children left for California Wednesday afternoon. They will visit Mrs. Segall's sister, Mrs. James McDonnald. for several weeks and then they will attend the exposi tions. Mr. Segall will Join them later. Mrs. Charles Dawedoff and children, with Miss Anna Davidoff and Sarah Ravel and Maxwell Ravel, left Thnrs was dressed in blue crepe de chine, l day for Ocean Park. CaL Later in the -with a white hat. trimmed with blue- Following the ceremony the bridal party enjoyed a wedding supper at Ho tel Paso del Norte. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon will make thtir home In EI Paso. d f f Illr MM Hi " 1 III ill fflfee,ed Inll f I (IP ii" 1 lifii IJrfil illti summer they will be Joined bv C C. Ra vel and will go to San Francisco to the exposition. Oul Of Town Visitors. TT rrt TI1 c s m. - La in the cttv on a short trih. ' r Mrs. J. P. Ingram has returned to ! opeatng daw jjexmgion, fiy.. aiier vision .airs, ar- Dances. The usual Thursday night dance will be given tonight at the West Ysleta Conntry club. Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Jagoe, who leave soon for Canada for the summer, were the guests of honor' at a farewell dance Tuesday night, 'given by Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Jancke, at their home In the Howell apartments. Pink and white carnations, with ferns, were used effectively in the decorations of the rooms. Punch was served during the evening and later on an Ice course was enjoyed. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jagoe, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wild. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schmltt, Mrs. IL E. DeGroff. Mrs. H. O. Aultman, Misses Jaconetta Aultman. Frances Op penbeimer and Jane Knight: Dr. Wau ter Jancke Messrs. Jack Knight, Lee Warren and Charles Feeley. The midweek dance at the Country club was fa.rly well attended. Among some of those present were: Col. Joseph Garrard. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. S. v.. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. William Walz. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Ramsey. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. King. Mr. and Mrs. E M. Wbittaker, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Myles, Capt. and Mrs. G. C Earnhardt, Mrs. Gertrude Ledbetter: Misses Sarah Bridgers. Valeria Garrard. Walker Mc Clellan, Helen Bstabrook Stratton. Mary Kaye Alves. Wanda Race. Virginia Bean. Hildagard Sauer. Virginia Stew art. Beulah Brown. Margaret Davis. Hannah Hill. Mary Hill. Beatrice Pate man. Virginia Semple. Alice Myles and Marie RIesta, of Wheeling, W. Va.: Messrs. Harry Owsley, Robert McCirt, Garnett King. Will Crosby. J. M. Har ris. C A. Brandberg, Emmett Hlnes, James Curtis and Dr. E. R. Carpenter; MaJ. C. G. Manly. Capt. Clyffard Game. Capt. Alfred W. BJornstad; Lieu is. Courtney H. Hodges, James L. Collins, Clifford J. Mathews, .Francis M. Bran nan and Dennis McCunniff. El Pasoans Returning. Will W. Hawkins is expected to re turn about June 26 from Austin, where he has been attending the State uni versity. Mr. and Mrs. J. Blake Gallagher have returned from their honeymoon trip at Cloudcroft and are at home at 133 Tobin place. Miss Estelle Campbell will gradu ate from the Librarian school of Pratt institute in Brooklyn. N. T, on June 16. She will return immediately to El Paso. Hugh Coldwell. who has been attend ing the state university at Austin. Tex, has returned to El Paso to spend his vacation with his father. Judge W. M. Coldwell. Miss Irene Keys, -cho nas been spend ing a few days In Alamogordo on busi ness, has returned to El Paso and will leave in a few days for Colorado Springs and Denver. Mrs. Charles Bants. wKo was called to Seguin. Texas, because of the se rious illness of her mother, returned Sunday night. Her mother was much improved when she left and is expect ed to recover soon. Mrs. J. D. Foster has returned to the city after a visit of several -weeks In Kansas City with relatives. Mrs. Fos ter will have as her guests Mrs. T. E, Baird and her children, who will ar rive the latter part of the week from Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morrlsloa. who have been In Austin attending tho graduation exercises of their son. Nor man Morrison, with the class of 19 IS of the University of Texas.src expected to return home this evening. Miss Alma Morrison and Norman Morrison will remain for some time longer, visltr ing ineaas. News Brevities (Advertisement.) Train Bulletin. All afternoon and night trains are re ported on time today. TJXIOX DEPOT IXFORMATIOV BU REAU, I'll ONE 673, LONG WELL'S. Dr. Ebert. dentist. 216-118 Mills Bids. Gny Bunting an Inspector. Guy Bunting has been appointed me ter inspector for the waterworks de partment. This office was discontinued by the new administration, but it was decided to reestablish it as IL P. Jack son, superintendent of the waterworks, reported that such an officer was neces sary. Our light trues wiell get lumber, doors, windows, roofing, screen doors and builders hardware to you NOW. Lander Lumber Co. Dr. A. T. Still Oneopatntc Infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief: Dr. M. Alklre. lady specialist: Dr. Carl Gibson. 201 W. Misrouri street. They cured others. They can cure you. Trinity Hirer Breaks Levee. Fort Worth. Tex.. June 10 The Trinity river broke through the levee near a light and power plant late Wed nesday night, almost cutting off a force of workmen. Water pouring through the break was flooding the lowlands, including the baseball park and rail road yards, and was expected to cut off street car service to North Fort Worth. Dr. Hurley, 319 Herald Bldg. Diseases of children, and nervous troubles. Dr. Jamleson, diseases of Kidney, Blad der, Skin iad Rectum. 61S Mills Bldg. Held On Robbery Charge. Charged with entering the home of J. M. ThornhiH, at 2132 Commerce street on May 8, Antonio Domlnguez has been bound over to the district grand Jury. He was arrested following the robbery and has been held since that time. His bond was fixed at JS00. Da Da's Gone For wrrf Our steel fence posts will end your fence troubles. Lander Lumber Co. Dr. Anna Resm,BuckIer Bldg, overEllte. Amalgamated Copper Co. Dlnsolved. Trenton. N. J June 19. The Amal gamated Copper company, a New Jersey corporation organized April 27, 1839, was dissolved Wednesday. The author ized capital was J155.(H9,09 and the is sued capital 31SX.887.9O0. Phone C27. Wilson & MUlican, the best cleaners. White work a specialty. Dr. Ranllnga. Practice limited to obste trics & children's diseases. 404 Rob-Ban. Revenue Agent Arrested. Montgomery. Ala, June 10. Knox Booth, federal revenue agent stationed for several years at Nashville. Tenn, surrendered to the United States mar shal here Wednesday. A warrant charg ing him with conspiracy to defraud the government in whisky revenues was is sued 10 das ago. El raso Distilled Water Co, Ph. 489. Ask about our reinforced Malthold asbestos top roof in colors. Lander Lumber Co. GOLD DUST Gives true household service Gold Dust really works. In millions of homes it is today doing the hard work which is really unnecessary for human hands to do if Gold Dust is used. That is why Gold Dust is the leading washing and clean ing powder in the world. Any woman who has washed dishes with Gold Dust knows what this means knows how Gold Dust truly works for her. And if she doesn't already know, she will be delighted to find out how Gold Dust cleans everything with the same thoroughness, leaving it new and bright and clean. 5c and larger packages sold ererywriere "Let tho COLD DUST TW1HS do your work" EZZFAIRBANK2SEU MAKERS :1F isKwQEr "S vMfg ComesPeeledaitdGred Ready for Use m uiimc uncu uuie, n neeas no soaking, peeling, stemming or cor ing. Comes ready to use. Fresher, more flavory than green chile as usually marketed, because it is picicea at its best and canned with in 24 hours; comes to you with its original vine flavor. Makes a Hundred Dishes More Delicious Hash, left-overs of all klnd3, steaks, salads, vece tables, chickens and dressing, game, and scores of other dishes seem new dishes T. , when endued with the unique Htoe label. Bavor oi. es-1 italic improves almost anything requiring sea soning. Recipes and premium offers on back of label. Tlksk S-Y Chile h a food eld to iigaUon. At Your Grocers. Free Recipe Book s ?S 3 2r 'fesSStEN tng? Cm, mmgusr js La Mejor i Cualquier Precio No hay otra levadura en polvo que produce mejores galletas, tortas y pastelena. No hay otra tampoco, tan puro y saludable. 7l Levadura En PolvoT ML 65 rie Bell Hooper for a few weeks. Rev. M. O. Williams, the new pastor of the Highland Park Methodist.cnurch. will arrive today from Largo, Florida. Mrs. W. O. Davis, of Gainsville. Toi ls the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Ewing Thomason, at 1321 Rio Grande street. Mrs. Earl W. Evans, of Philadelphia, Is the guest of her sister. Mrs. S. W. Kant, and will remain in the city for auotii a iqoqijl Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Rothrock, of Bill ings, Montana, are in KI Paso today on their way to California to attend the expositions. Juan Brlttlngham. of Gomez Pala cio. Mex., who has been stopping in Kl Pa3b for a few days, left Wednesday for New York City. Miss Jewel Rodgers and her brother. Marshall Rodgers, who have been vis iting their aunt. Mrs. F. D. Hadlock. have returned to their home in Cle- Durne, Texas. M. Argueso. with his daughter, Mis Ernestina Argueso. who have been stop ping at the Hotel Paso del Norte for several months, left Wednesday af ternoon for New York City. Miss Marie Riester, of Wheeling. W. Va, Is the guest of her cousins. Misses Mary Hill and Hannah Hill, of Hill. N. M. They spent Wednesday in El Kaso to attend the midweek dance at the Country clnb. Mrs. J. W. Lorentzen has as, her guests Miss Bertha Mandell and Miss Lucile Mandell. of Mesilla Park. Miss Bertha Mandell will leave shortly for California to visit the expositions. Miss Lucile Mandell will remain some time longer in El Paso. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schepp and their son. George Schepp, with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Metzger and children, are expected to arrive today from Dallas to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosen, at ltzz Upson avenue. They are on their way to Cali fornia to attend the expositions. They will visit here for about a week. Mrs. Rosen will accompany them to the Pa cific coast when they go. Women's Organizations. The junior auxiliary of the Church of St. Clement will meet Friday after noon at 3 oclock at the home of Miss Phyllis RouUedge, on North Oregon street. The officers of the local division of the Daughters of Erin will entertain with a card party Friday afternoon at 2:30 oclock at the Knights of Pythias hall, complimentary to Mrs. Eva O'Neill, countv president at Fort Wor'h. Tex. Mrs. O'Neill is stopping over in El Paso en route to California, where she will visit the expositions. Mr. and Mrs. William Ghmallng. "Z Douglas, Arit, and Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Butzow, of Cananea. Mex., -were the guests on honor at a dinner at the "West Ysleta Country club. Tuesday night, given by Mr. and Mrs. W. SL Mix. A basket of red sweet peas dec orated the center of the table. The other guests were Miss Beatrice Pate man and Donald Ratbbun. The party motored to the club In Dr. Butzows car. Miss Ruth Jacobs entertained the Jolly Seven Reading club Wednesday afternoon at her home on Arizona street. Miss Zelma Herskowitz played a piano solo and Miss Ethel Amstater sang during the afternoon. Punch was served throughout the afternoon and later ah ice course was served. The members present were Misses Ethel Amstater, Ray GInsburg. Zelma Hers kowitz, Norma Herskowitz, Henrietta Jacobs and Frieda Laskin. Miss Ruth Baron was a guest of the club. The club will meet next Wednesday with Miss Ethel Amstater, at her home, SOS Bliss street. Cloudcroft Notes. Clouaeroft,' :. C June !. For the tng danc at the pavilion, the room hung wfln Jananrse lanterns and pine boughs. The Bambergerorchestra furnished the music. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. M B. Hutrh ins, Mr. and' Mrs Frank Knhrht, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Williams, Mrs. Harry Carpen ter, Mrs. Breckheimer, Mrs. C S- Woods, Mrs. Harkness, Mrs. L. A. Kirkpatrlck. Mrs. W. H. Long. Mrs. O. H. Banm. Misses Marian Hutchins. Dicta Hutch ins. Emily Kemp. May Woods. Lou Fainter. Agnes Wpods, Lucile Carpen ter. Katherine Griffith. ,AUeen Smith and Eleanor poreher; Messrs. Harrison White. Herbert Sbelton, Jobn IVan Hoy. Chalmers McConneU, A. X. Lunsford and Don Simpson. The moving picture show has opened with a record breaking attendance. Merrick Breck. son of Dr. L. M. Breck. is managing the theater, assisted by Louis Myer. E. C Willey. special agent for the North British & Mercantile Insurance company, spent Tuesday and Wednes day in Cloudcroft. Misa Marguerretta LeBaron came up on Wednesday's train to spend a week In Cloudcroft. Charles LeBaron. of El Paso, is here to spend a few days. Mr and Mrs. George E. Mead are In Cloudcroft to spend a short time at the Lodge. Mrs. Mead will be remembered as Miss Gladys Green. Aulomobiling. Mr. and Mrs. r. K. Grant, with their daughter. Miss Hazel Grant, will leave the latter part of the week for Demlng. Tncson, Los Angeles and San Francisco, -where they will visit the exposition. Later they will gj to Seattle. Wash. They will make the trip in their Ford Car. Cards. UTUb. J. . Fl Mrs. J, w. Lorentzen entertained the Tuesday Bridge club Wednesday morn- PHONOGRAPH STOLEN FROM MANNING FURNITURE STORE A phonograph disappeared from the furniture store of M. N. Manning, on San Antonio street near Campbell street. Thursday morning. Two Mexi cans entered the place together, and while one was being waited on in the rear of the store the other took the phonograph and suceeded In making his escape. The police arrested Jesus Rodriguez, the companion, as a sus picious character. The borne of S. W. Miller was entered Wednesday night and a pair of trousers taken Two Mexicans were seen to en ter the house. Later a Mexican named Manuel Lopez was captured and a pair or trousers taken from him. STANDARD OIL CO. CUTS GASOLINE PRICE AGAIN Kansas City, Mo- June 10. The Standard Oil company today announced a reduction of one cent a gallon in the price of gasoline. The new price Is 8.S cents a gallon. The reduction is ef fective throughout the United States. Last June gasoline sold for II cents a gallon. Since then the company has nu.de several reductions. Here's a Tooth Paste That's "Different," Ifs the hygienic cleanses, whitens and preserves the teeth and keeps the gums In perfect condition. Mighty pleasant to the taste, and costs no more "Caetm Typewriter Carbon .paper lasts longer. El Paso Book Cow Mills Bldg. "It's Handy." Advertisement, !?e "i "fcS 2n I'on'e0" streetJI tlULn ordinary kinds Ask or phone for Mrs. T. J. Stafford won the club prtaejl i. ---. i-,. - -- m t-,- The guest prize was won by MlssEthej 1 and g,,, Kranclaco stmts. Phones MS Brown. A two course luneheoU Ujs ,,, sid.tiuiit Stafford will entertain the club next Tuer.'ay. Miss Margaret Young entertained tho Saturday Bridge club Wednesday Af ternoon at here home on Romero street. The club prize was won by Miss Clara Fink. The guests present, in addition to the members, were: Mrs. Sydney Mayer, Misses Augusta Anne Reese, Julia Caldwell and Mary Kaye Alves. The club will be entertained by Miss Hlldegard Sauer next week at her home on Hawthorne Place. "Like a Hen Covering Chicks," Says Bryan, "I Have Been Peevish" Washington, D. C Jnne 9 Former secretary of state Bryan late this after noon apologized for what he termed his recent irritability. He was making his farewell round of the war and navy buildings when he encountered a group of newspaper men. "Well, gentlemen," he said, "did you 1 ever see an old hen trying to gather her chickens beneath her in -the eyeing- "Yes, I've, got an old hen,' said one of the newspaper men. "Doesn't she sometimes seem fussy and- Irritable?" asked the former secretary. "res, sometimes she pecks me. was the rejoinder. -Well. I often have felt like the old hen in some respects. I have been try ing to keep a number of international secrets covered up -under my wing, so to speak. If sometimes I have seemed to be cross and Irritable, it is because I have been afraid some of the secrets might creep out. Of coarse you don't question the old hen's good intentions and I hope you won't mine." WESTERN LEAGUE UMPIRE IS BARRED Lincoln. Neb, June 9. Umpire Cu sack of the Western league was denied admission to the local park today to umpire a game between the Lincoln and Sioux City teams and left the park entrance after he had been threatened with arrest by president Hugh L Jones of the local team. The barring of the umpire from the park -was the outcome of a dispute T esday when the game between the Lincoln and Des Moines teams was for feited by Cusack to the latter club. SAY GERMANS MADE BOMB TO WRECK PASSENGER SHIP New Orleans. La., Jane S. United States attorney Guion today caused the arrest of Hans Halle and George Sum mers on charges of conspiring to ship explosives not properly marked. The police say Halle admitted preparing a huge clock bomb with the Intention of destroying a passenger ship of the French line leaving New York last De cember. The bomb, according to the polio, was manufactured with funds supplied Partly by Summers. The police say Halle claims to be a German citizen, while Summers Is a naturalized Amer ican of German birth. an ,1 I Any Woman Can 4"t -MOT ... . lave This H iV9tt!fffH9J?ff3 Girls 5 Is stmptearl easy to trans f o m thin, sera rsr hair to a beautiful luxnrian t growth. b7 using Har flna. This famous prep aration actu ally grows hair by vit alizing thu scalp, lsd-ir-Ing ua3-t c ire ola and nourish ing the scalp, inducing health, ctna-a-tJon and nourishing the hair roots. Re moves dandruff and itching. Gives hair superb beauty and Kfe. Get a 50c bot tle today from your-druggist, who gives free the Harnna Shampoo Comtx He refunds the price if not satisfied. W9 OPHELIA EL PASO PEOPLE GET POWERFUL ACTION I Those who have used It here I El Paso are surprised at the PCY ERFCL action of buckthorn bar glycerine, etc. as mixed in Ad' -l-ka. ONE SPOONFUL cleans. bowels so thorough it relieves al zaost ANY CASK of 'constipation. soar or gassy stomach. ONE botu has relieved mild cases appendic.tis. In acute cases get your doctor's permission to try. One spoonful Adler-1-ka ONLY TWICE a week keeps entire Siste CLEAN and prevents appendicitis. Most medicines act only on low? bowel; Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel. In TIN MINUTES stomach trouble is -e lleved the INSTANT acUon is prising. Although powerful, it NEV ER gripes. The Warner Drug c 2M Mesa Ave. Advertisement. 1 FIRE IV BATHROOM CALLS OCT DEPAItTJIENT; AUTO FI11K A small fire which started in the bath room of Tom Montgomery's resi dence, at 1815 East Overland street, called out the central fire department Thursday morning The fire was quickly extinguished n ith very slight damage to the property. Fire in the drip pah of an automobile called the East El Paso fire department to the corner of 'Walnut and Texas street, at 11 :M Wednesday night. The auto was only slightly damaged. It belonged to J. T. Griffin, according to the fire department officers. The "girls" of the AntI Snffraget team from Rochester, New York, who will appear Jane 14th at the Rio Grande ball Dark to nlav nnimt n local team. especla)ly request the fans of El Paso to be xtresent aiwl will h, ' glad to meet them "after the ball." Advertisement. Empire Club Hntrrtalnment. Tbe ladles of the Kmpire club will hold an entertainment tonight at 8 oclock at the home of Mrs. R. B. Alves. 1420 Hawthorne street, for the benefit of the widows' and orphans of the European armies. Every one interested is cordially invited. Advertisement. Everybody In Reading "Open Market" Josephine Dascam Bacon's new society novel. El Paso Book Co, Mills Bldg. "Ifs Handy " Advertisement. fa-lW.nni , ,.lfa J MEAT MAHKBTS WILL BB GRADED BY CITY I.VSPKCTORS The city department of health is to grade meat arkets according to the government score card. In the same manner thatUt is now grading restau rants, according to inspector S. E. Stiles, of the health department who will have the Inspection in charge The grading will be made on points covering equipment and methods of handling eat with special attention to cleanliness, and quality of the product sold. It is probable that the standing of me various nmi maraeis will be pub. lished in the June report of the department. Aunt Sally's Advice to Beauty Seekers 14.500 CHICAGO RAILWAY .WORKERS THREATEN STRIKE Chicago, 11L, Jane 9. A strike of H.S00 street and elevated railroad em ployes of Chicago within 48 hoars was threatened today unless better working conditions and wages are granted. The ultimatum was drafted at a meeting of the anions and sent by William Qalnlan of the surface men's association to pres ident L. A. Busby, of the surface lines. MrtS. WBIGHTMAN" WINS TIGHT TENNIS MATCH Philadelphia. Pa- June 9. One of the hardest fought matches In the third round of singles for the women's na tional lawn tennis championship today was between Mrs. Geo. Weightian and Mrs. Marshall McLean, in which victory wen. to the former. Tbe scores were 6-3. 3-S. 6-2. K. C F. asks: "Will yoa tall ma 1: w I to set my hands white and soft T1- - have become roash sad are so dark a contrast to mjr ama" The method is tioaed in reply to Sloise ahoald bring ' a desired results: wear slovea to preve- aoUlnr the bed tinea. D N A. yzltea. 'Hew can I reduce a doable chln? AJeo how ret rid of croa. feet?" Use a wash MtMa. prepared by U s solTins; 1 oz. powdered aaxolite 'a to p witch haseL This tighten tho skin, tec ' z to disperse wrinkles as well as flabb.se a about the chta or elsewhere. Elolse says "My freckles are worse, th a ever this year, made doubly conspicaons a pallid complexion. Is there any care" Ask your dmesist for an ounce of men. -ued wax, apply nightly Uka cold creaxr remotng in the morBtng- with war . wter As the wax sradaally absoros t 3 life. ess cuticle, not only will the freck a vanish, but the new sad younger sa a whtrb appears win have a healthy co i Probably yoa wilt need to continue treat ment a couple woeks or so. Woman a Realm. Advartisemont. MULE KICK OYER HEART KILLS NEW MEXICO FARMER Santa Fe. N. M Jane 9. S. M. M--Danlel, a farmer at Angus, Lincoln county, was instantly killed Tuesday when a mule which he was harnessing kicked him Just over the heart. Best Home Treatment for All Hairy Growths (The Modern Beauty) Every woman should have a sir. ill package of dels tone handy, for its tint -ly use will keep the skin free fn a beauty-marring hairy growths. To i" moe hair or faaz. make a thick paste with some of the powdered delatoe and vaie' ppl to hairy surface and after 2-or 3 minutes rub off, wash Ihf skin and it will be free from hair or ble-iish To avoid disappointment be sure you eet real delatone. Adv I eii,ua,wnii ninr j I WHAT'S THE PRICE AT EVERYBODY'S.