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EL PASO HERALD
J- TROOPS HE i FOR TRENCH WAR Reproduction of European War Game Going on on Fort Bliss Plains. i Tomorrow Morning, Bright and Early, We Bring To You Astonishing Values In Women's Suits on ! v el paso is m UP ASMPLE Michigan University Bulle tin Says This City Leads the Country. Tl Paso led eer cit In the cojntry i tie amount of money tontrib-ted in a j. the million-dollar Michigan unl ersity union building fond, in propor tirr to the number of alumni resident u the cit , 1'ie Micriij- in t nion Bulletin 01 Ortober 22 calls attention to this fact end urges other ities to take note of tb -work do'i in the I'au City The (ampaisn is for the purpose or reusing S1.0 " vw fr erecting the union building and the fund is being olected In annual instalments, one nth of the amount pledged ben pa able each ear Fifti dollars en i t'es an alumnus to ' life membership. n i the El Paso committee is going to rualfe a clean reord by reporting lif mem erihips for eiery one of its z in mbers page of the four page Bulletin is deioted to the work now in progress. Thi heading amisi the top of the pac; sas, Old Tou Notue El Paso" Across Tl e bottom is a line that says. "Re rumher EI 1 iso and Double lour fa re The tide in part sas Sixia committees hae made no re port whater Now let's get right . wn to bras" tacks and see what's the matter U hy for example should El Paso. Texas, with nl -'? alumni, outstrip V e rest of the mited states in raisins r one for the union Brother Waters 1 'j. is s commute, down there on the "Mexican bonier has turned in signed pl-dires for $1150. with no subscription abote S-0 Which means that prac t cal eerv "Michigan man in his citv 1 s been seen and sold a life member 6t ip No "Michigan man with a spark ot "lee spirit left in him will refuse to pledge 58 with five ears In which to pi it But the man has got to be sen That's where the salesmanship enn ps in See hpn talk to him. appeal to Ti s college lo alt That must have been the sstem In 1 1 Paso which su ceeded so elL" In the work to far reported. El Paso trilmted $1150 with an alumni meni- ship in the city of 27. Dallas with -i mem tership of 91, contributes $1000. Iluuston with a membership of . ' tributes $400, San Antonio with a membership of 65, has not reported i thing as yet in aid ot tne ouiraing nfl PRESIDENT OF FRANCE AND KING GEORGE REVIEW TROOPS Pans, France. Oct. 27 Prsident Tnmeare and minister of -war Millerand "Wnd i met kinp George on the Anglo- rench front and reviewed the British, t- ops Yesterday king George, accom p nied bj the prince of Wales, re tT rned the visit and also called on Gen J ffre the French commander in chief, and witnessed a march by the French o ial troops and inspected the artil T observatories and the sites of the batteries. President Poincare conferred the war -oss on the priqee, who has been at th front since a short time after the nmmeneement of hostilities. NEW HAVEN OFFICIALS RESIGN FROM DIRECTORATE Von Yorfe. Oct. 27. Henry K. Mf Tiarg and Frederick F Brewster, di rectors of the New Yortc, New Haven z Tartford railroad, now on trial with r re former directors of the road under ir-e Sherman anti trust law. have re signed from the New Haven direc torate Their resignations became known af ter Tsterdai's session of the trial, now concluding its second week, had atl inraed. Tnev will be formally pre s "ted1 to the "New Haven stockholders at the r annual meeting to be held in "w Haen tomorrow. It ms learned. 1 a ijli S SkVs i3 f 'Jl Unsurpassed for reneAving the nat ural, health ful activities of the stom ach and di- I !! JU ifKJSLllli I restive or- lnSPBfaJ'i ill gaDS- Hill: Digginp themseles in for a front f a mile and three-quarters in trenches four and one-half feet deep and broad I enough to stand in and defend, the aus- men ted brigade of three regiments of infantri. three battalions of artiller and one regiment of caalr. performed I a military feat Tuesda morning on the , mesa plains above Fort Bliss which has had no parallel in arm maneuers in the 131 Paso zone. The work of digging in and inclusive of zig-zag passages between the front line of trenches and the reserve trenches In the rear, was done in a half day's time, and the mid day meal served to the men was ser cd from fires that burned in the bottom , of earth was four and a half feet in f depth. . attacking Trrnrhett. J This morning at 8 oclock the attack ( on the trenches, which will be deiendefi by an imaginary arm plus IS scattered officers and privates, began in earnest and the problem occupied most of the morning hours. The field of the en gagement lies southeast of Fort Bliss and the trenches are so skillfullv dis guised that to learn of their location is even difficult to the men who swel tered and sweat in the digging of them. The sage brush and mew land shrub berv is used, while a 24 hours airing of any 'netted sand has made the field look much the same as before spade and pick began its work in the hands of so many thousand men Capt. Grrer Count!. Capt. Allen J. Greer of the 16th in fantry, who has been on a leave of ab wnrf in San Francisco. Is at present 1 acting as counsel for Lieut. Cot Lewis it iwwiiAr. i.ifnL ijoodier is lariuE t court martial in lan Francisco for an I aiieRen inivucicui: nun r a..u... istration of the aviation school at San Diego Capt. Greer wa chosen as an associate with a brother officer and a I civilian barrister because of his famili- i arity with arm lesal procedure I Officer to Cornell. 1 First Lieut. Charles F Thompson who has been on temporary dutj at West Point and an officer of the ISth infantry, has been detailed in charse of the military department at Cornell university Chaplain James "W Hillman of the ISth infanti-. who is enjojing a month's leae of absence in San Fran cisco has been granted an additional month. Capt. "W F. Creary. now sta tioned in the Brownsville country, has been ordered to Join the IStB infantrv but has not yet been assigned to any special command. tntfn Tub.. K post card has been recened b j Capt. J N Pickerins from Lieut. K. K. 1 Brown who set forth In an Oakland touring car for San Francisco on Oct. 18. in which he states that he armed I at Phoenix. Ariz, on Oct. z. ana mai so far "all is well." Lieut Brown sass he is having a Jolly, vagabond sort of time and that his log of the road will make all the officers sit up with envy lien DUcharced- Priv Charles E Sloan, of company G 16th infantry was honorably discharged during the past week. Sergt- Koeninp. of company C the lth. was honorably dfeeharged during the week and re enllsted. Prlv. James Green, lance cor poral with compan J. has been made corporal, vice Corp. Kinelln. diebarged. Cook William ONeal has been re lieved on dutj in companv C. and Pnv P J Rjan has been appointed to con duct in his stead. Musician Caporal, a member of the 10th infantry baseball team, who has been on detached serv ice, is back in the ranks. Serxeant on Leave. Quartermaster Sergt- Frank Introski of company M, has been granted a three month's furlough and is in Salt Lake City Corp Wm Stouffe of the com- I panv G, is on a three months' furlough I and visiting an aged mother in Litch- ; field. Neb. Cook Edwin La Taine. of company G, Is on a two months' fur- I lough, ana serving in nis sieaa is i-n Kotbra. who has been detailed as act ing cook. RAILROAD CLERKS OUT ON STRIKE IN FOUR STATES n.tif -ji.li rw ?7 Clerks em- ploi ed b the Michigan Central rail road In Michigan, onio. Illinois ana In diana were called out on strike last night to enforce a demand that offi cers of the road meet with a commit tee representing the clerks to discuss It Is understood that the clerks seek ' recognition of tneir organization, me Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, an in crease in wages and standardization of working conditions. Eight or nine hun dred men are involved. ICo orders solicited in lairs. illation of Texas GIRL SLEEPS FOR WEEK AND CASE PUZZLES DOCTORS Macomb, I1L. Oct. 27 Physicians here are puzzled b -the strange case of Miss Gladvs Dobon, who has been sleeping soundly at her home here s'nee a week ago. The joung woman has been in poor health, but the day she went to sleep had been feeling- un usually welL Today physicians eatd Miss Dobson showed no signs of wak ing up Her father is a wealthy whole sale grocer of Macomb and Boise. Ida. GOLDEN HILL Why speculate in Real Estate when you are offered absolute values in Golden Hill? Improvements In addition to being close to the business dis trict, Golden Hill has cement sidewalks and curbing, sewers, gas, electricity and pure mesa Water. Lots range in price $550 Up James L Marr & Co. 304 San Antonio St Caples Bldg. Phone '4351 Involving Choice of 392 Fashionable, New Fur-Trimmed Fall Suit To$ y f j orth 0, at Direct horn the Most Faskionable Suit Maker of New York, embodying every style idea now being affected by the best dressed women of the East, and by reason of an unusual price concession, we are enabled to offer these STUNNING FUR-TRIMMED SUITS to the members of El Paso 's Fashionable Colony at the popular price of $25. Only ONCE IN YEARS is any lnei-elniiit able to make "a scoop" like this. Right now when the demand for Fur-trinimod Suits exceeds the supply and when the very highest prices are being paid for them we consummate a purchase that enables us to offer them to our cus tomers at a price that would be EXCEPTIONALLY LOW at the END instead of the BEGINNING of the season. There are just 392 Suits in this purchase. Not one of them has been displayed on our flows, and NOT ONE WILL BE UNTIL THIS SALE STARTS TOMORROW, THURSDAY MORNING at S:30 O'CLOCK. So unusual is this offering that we want our out-of-town friends to secure an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY to share in the wonderful prizes. We address ourselves particularly to women who have been in the habit of paying $35 to $50 tor their Suits because they, above all others, will appreciate the wonderful Style Lines, the beautiful materials and the superior tailoring that have gone into these suits AT TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS The Materials Rich Vehets, fine glossy Chiffon Broadcloths, Imported Gabardines, high-grade Poplins, New Channel Cords, Fancy Stnped and exclusive Novelty Mixtures in African brown. green, smoke, plum, field mouse gray, nay and black. Sizes for women, misses and juniors, at $25 Every Suit Is Richly Trimmed With Fur Beaver Red Fox knnk Krimmer Nutria French Coney Skunk Opossum Natural Opossum Some also lavishly embellished with rich silk braids, fancy flounces, deep bands or folds of velvet, fancy buttons and touches of silk or gold embroidery. The Styles Are all copies of models by the most famous Fiench style creators Long Coats. Short Coats, Rippling Coats. Box Coats some in the new Russian effects, some in fashion able Cossack style and countless "New" Norfolk and belted effects. Chin chin collars. Every new style skirt d O P of the season PiO $25 And, jor Thursday These Two Hundred WINTER DRESSES A New York Maker's $30.00 lo $39.50 Models To Sell Upderprice Just 200 of them, one, two or a jew of a style every one an example of the latest ideas in fashions dresses for Women and misses, of Velvet, Taffeta, Messaline, Silk-and-Serge in Combination, Crepe de Chine, Crepe Meteor, Charmeuse, and Georgette Crepe and Satin Combinations So many different models that you must see them to fully appreciate their diversity and the broad opportunity for selection $25.00, tomorrow. Also a sale of Women's New WINTER HATS That Proves Our Supremacy Im El Paso s Millinery Field Incomparably smart and slulish modes for risht now and for winter copies and adaptations of foreign and New York millinery masterpieces Velvet Sailors, Pokes, Turbans and Tricorners Each hat distinctively different. Many trimmed with ostrich, fancy feathers, fur and flowers tomor row, choose from the lot, at $9.95. I You, Sir, Would Judge The Price to Be $18.50 or $20 For These $ 1 5 Overcoats and $ 1 6 Suits and so far as value and style are concerned.it would be a modest estimate. "The PopularV Suits" at $16.50 and Overcoats at $15 for Men and Young Men, are made not merely to EQUAL, but actually to COM PETE, with Suits and Overcoats sold at $1 8 to $20 in many better-grade Men's Clothing Stores. Not a pattern or fabric is missing that you find elsewhere at $18 to $20. You may take it for granted that workmanship, fit, finish and wear are up to the highest "Popular" standards. We have your size it's up to YOU to let us show you VALUE ! See San Antonio Street Window Displays. This Is The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes For Men & Young Men fWWW Purchases Made Thurs day, Friday and Satur day Will Be Entered on November Accounts. (Me&bfmiat Stacy-Adams, Ralston and Farnum, Shoes for Men Who Like to Dress Well il I We Maintain the Promptest Mail and Phone Order Departments In The Southwest.