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j hske is is el n T Is Prominent In the Y.M.C.A. Convention &M. TRI-STATEY.WI.G.S.OR ?! IF ri fe & m as? J Arthur Nottman Elected at Banquet Which Opened the Fourth Annual Interstate Convention; E. M. Bray, Vice President; J. L. Dyer Presided at Banquet; Plea Made for Better T reatment of Railroads. &,3T ssr ,& 'Li 1 EL OF T ,V K ARTHUR NOTTMAN. of Btsbee. Arix., -was elected president of the interstate Y. ML C. A. or ganization at the banquet Thursday mpnt which opened the fourth annual interstate convention at the banquet roo a of the Paso del Norte hotel. E. M. Bray, of El Paso, was elected .first vice president. Prof J. H. Vaughan. of St ite College. N. M.. second vice presi dent. George H. Kmkel, of Las Vegas. N M third vice president; E. E. King. of the university of New Mexico, secro t .i . James Smith. U. S. Indian school, rhiieni, Ariz, assistant secretarj. There were 190 delegates, officers i a"1 friends of the Y. M. C. A. in the southwest at the banquet which opened the three day convention here. John Li T. .r was toastmaster and talks were made bv the international secretaries on the work the association was doing. In all branches of its international or ganization Welcome Br Mayor. Mavor Tom Isa welcomed the con vention to El Paso, saying that the Young- Men's Christian association is a wonderful organisation and the time has passed by when there can be any 'efl'ng of derision when the Y. M. C A. is mentioned. Ho paid a high compli ment to the integrity, sincerity and vriirtb of the men who in most com munities fostered the Y. M. C A. We welcome all men to come to El Paso who have the intention of being good citizens and certainly all people who carry on such a splendid work as you men not only undertake but have accomplished." Welcome- From Minister. The welcome from the ministerial alliance 'was made by Rev. J. F. "Williams, plaster of the First Baptist church, who stated that it was a picture to address so many men in one assembly ior a. religious purpose now that so few men -were to be found In the churches their women folks having assumed the spiritual respossl bility of the household. Rev. Mr. Williams emphasized the need of reaching- out and protecting .the young men and saving them from their own rashness-and impulsiveness, insisting, how ever, that the young men owed quite as much to the church as the church to the joung men and that their work la reciprocal. Capital of Hospitality. Prof G. P. Putnam suggested that while Austin is tne political capital 01 ) Texas mat ji x-aso is ioe nosiitmun? ii tal. that all of the charm of old fashioned Texas hosnltality has moved westward and is thriving anew In El Paso and the southwest. It was in this spirit that he welcomed the visiting v-orkers and students to El Paso and the tristate convention. "This is the fourth annual meeting. the first being held nine "ears ago in Douglas and the second in El Paso. and the result of those two gatherings is still impressed upon the southwest." said G. S. Biiheimer. district executive secretary. . 2680 Aunciotlons. Mr Biiheimer stated that there were I6u0 North American Y. It G. A. organ izations and that the grkwth during the-' TESTS TWO AKV &1 - -r& m OS"", fa TIP '", - The t&accoyoot -o-r - &&&&&sg t?i.no . tnre V 3os vJsdf 5Kio o?-NSe " !. 1 .!- JL- .TUU l.ilkTCUl 1 - -T Dir Tmi'-' LI IUI.1 -T .. i uri - T. iT - A iieU v" iHJiciora te5&.-e&s&aess& i2 "The ' ' cooWS. ins i- e2BAEHaees5B f . . ..nw im - . j.rniu i ; . mil- ilj - fnm IlS-,maU" V -aU' .'. - 12IS srovJ eat WEC l .'XA. SioJitoJUhfcnnVratBevK: ea4.o "iitoal odw -7.retio -- taa"K -vi Hoca.rii QV ! fClt -"- rtKH""-. U W."Keolr2rtt xnll lolotprWOZVo&t01" It&SArtnd i. . .. . k:i?iiis Littcoc"' r . &sTX ntz ?' ..ns- Isreoo &&. 1BE TURKISH BLEND Ba last IE years has been unprecedented toy any other organization in the world. that for the past 13 years for every sixth day there has been erected a structure for Y. M. C.VA. work averag ing 0.000 in cost. He stated that the institution appealed to no one class. that it reached into the isolated as well as the congested centers, that it worked among the negroes and the Indians, the miners of Alaska, the coal miners of West Virginia, the army, the navy and wherever men worked and trived and indicated a desire to lead a social existence coupled with a spiritual one. Great Field. W. H. Day, the secretary for the tri state organization, as illustrative of the great slez of the southwestern field, suggested that 13 of the eastern states might be placed upon this area and still leave room for a few more. He said that one of the pleasures of working in this western, new and raw field was that there is room for all and no one need fear that they are treading upon the toes of others. He reminded his auditors that El Paso holds the same relationship to the southwest that New "York, as a finan cial center, does to the cities of the east: and that the southwest can only grow. physically and spiritually by the support, the enthusiasm and the cooper ation of El Paso. He stated also that. at Tucson a new building is being erected : at Phoenix the dormitory is be ing enlarged: at El Paso 'the condi tions are so congested that a new building is essential: while at Albu querque, a handsome new home is now In the course of construction. Keep On AVar Basis. F S. Goodman spoke upon religious work and. using a war figure of speech, insisted that men should be on a war basis of preparedness against all in fluences and agencies which attack at their moral natures. He said that the unfortunate thing about so many men of modern times is that they have for gotten their needs and that It Is the function of the Y. M. C -A.'s to help them to find these suppressed and re pressed longings and desires. Fairer Treatment For Railroads. A. G. Knebel made a plea for fairer treatment for the railroads. "Never be fore in the history of America, had so many railroads been in the hands of receivers." he said. "This Is largely due to a sentiment of distrust and PRESBYTERIANS SUPPORT NATIONAL DEFENCE PLAN Atlantic City. N. J- Nov. II. At Its closing session here Thursday the ex ecutive committee of the Presbyterian general assembly, the ad interim ruling body of the church, outlined an emer gency message on preparedness for ex traordinary conditions, expected to fol low the close of the European war, which U to be sent to Id.OOfl pastors, president Wilson and 4S.000 other eld ers of the denomination. President Wilson's defence program Is declared to have tne moral support of members of the executive eonimttte-e. to find your sensible The cigarette that you'll stick to when you ' find it xnust"make good" to you in three different ways. It must delight your taste. It must be cool and friendly to your throat and tongue. It must leave you feeling as fit as a fiddle at the end of a hard-smoking day. On the last two points we match Fatima against any cigarette in the world ir can't fSS1' nss- reTTE x"- Z rrTjtrt & i?j of zz?. srssssjssssx. 2 T JSUF'" '" led . impyT..-.2nav' no W '" ,i the?.arB;;ihzDSrSfeTe er"- z,aer"t -eaws r.r"- u w" "Lrfl acrjr-.ns;--aoo -tvjk l a c"-. ..aii -'-,. ft u- i . vrizUotXdM' bnttjtfl. 2 S&r&?K3B5!r i.ix miiiiu" nu iai urn - . i-j.m u - . i rtc . .. s3iv- - Kksu - t ol - l' ... --.nttrei'r tWJa-Ul. pydei JtiShTJ snl dT ..w-hiew-jA c -alKHT n HJ " - vY fc. ITUl - -1 - teeii ----aro '-Tds m- ih flwra.3 : i c".. turz. nr -s VJcXriXPS 7Ar n.- . cc3tu.'V:rarix-ifi-d rtsttteilfflocn. - - . ..tTO,otSdWa"' f otoroo:iibzu' rflrV FATBtA m tit Otfy OsarrtU A-aardtdtht Grand Pma at tht Pan ama-Pas&c ItcTwtHnal ExpnttMK. (j .Distinctively Individual ' lFATIMAS. HFfts?isUfe' ljfii0&j. ""jSpT" " SsssflaSEsssssR l G VLE SC V3I IV. prejudice which Is fast disappearing Mr. Kr.ebel pointed out four reasons why the railroad Y. M. C. A-'s are suc cessful: first that they are adapted to all environments; second that their leaders offer a sacrificial devotion to their work: third that they grow up in all places because the men seek them and help to create them: fourth Jhat they are democratic and engender a spirit of democracy. , Maker (If Character. Gale Seaman spoke upon boys and expressed himself as believing that the general character of most men is formed before they are 18. On this premise he would reach the boy when he is young with good and wholesome influences and as this medium he offers the boys' department or the Y."M. C. A. "I understand you have a field of 400 boys here." he said, "and for these boys only ,a meager equipment. 'What you need is three things: first greater re sponsibility for the boys in which they learn to do things for themselves: second that they have a father in the home and not a boss; third that they have a father in the city fathers." The final talk upon the program waa made by C R. Towson of the industrial department. "El Paso Is . indus- trial." he said, "and knowing this, the , industrial side of the Y. M. C. A. should ! be developed. In many communities we find that S9 percent of the popu lation is Industrial and that only S nercent of the Y. M. C A. equipment is prepared to meet this need." "With pride Mr. Towson said that it was no longer necessary ior tne i. ju C A. director to go to industries ask ing for monetary aid: that industry had come to recognize that the Y. M. C A. eould give far the more. "We have something that Industry needs cbaraeter, and character means effl- cigarette ; be beaten. You can prove that by these two tests. But when it comes to taste, that's up to you. There's no telling, until you try them, whether Fatimas will just suit your taste or not. They are the biggest selling cigarette, costing over 5c, in the -world. If so many thou sands cf men prefer Fatima's taste, h?! pretty sure that you will, too. Why don't you try mem ? If you do happen to like their famously good taste, remem ber that Fatimas are the most SENSIBLE dgarette you can buy. Buy your trial package Fatimas today. tMSKrCl ' JZgSTstr r--S22S2: ;i Vhatever you fry with Cottolene is deOicious and digestible, The true flavor of chicken, fish, potatoes, or any other fried foods is enhanced. - Cottolene has done much to do away with the old prejudice against fried foods. As it does not soak ifcto the -food, it performs fully the real function of a frying agent it cooks the food and adds not only to its flavor but to its wholesomeness. . ,, For more than a quarter of a century Cottolene has held its own place, in a class by itself. There is no substitute for it Always remember to use would of butter or lard. Write our eiency. the maximum of output with the minimum of waste. Yet friends we cannot increase wages or lower hours enough to satisfy labor. God made man to be man, not machines. Industry has too often said, 'We will give you ore wages and better hours.' with a view to efficiency; but labor with the same view says, 'Give us fraternity.'" . Gnet IJ.t. Thoe present at the banqset wertl H. B. Dnrkce W. V. Loot Loata Ftoheeiii g- K. Hajler MlroIm JL FV..r 5" ''?"".'" " P. K. Knteht Georce H. Clements G. X. Jones F. W. Norton J. EL Beaton "W. F. Paetard J. Maek Crawford H. u. Frawr Dr. Howard ibompoon?r-.J.A-,BwHn" Conrad BaUenUa i.-5???? Untu.4 u; u.rk. " i-rf tT"L" rjT'TT' H. D. Slator rz. nz;r " r- s..g'?" Joseph It- fattens G. I'. Pataam Dr. J. F. WlUUms Fred C Jonos Charlea 11. Brown p. W. Mayer I Coreener, Jr. J. M. Marray Percy McGheo Robert Lander E. iL Bray Dr. K. D. Blaekahear Dr. J D. Steves W. c. Daalap H. E. Jordan Wa II. F. Jsdd R07 Gaylord Wliaoa H. Rum HerbertBS Alfredo Booqae L. A. Bedrick Frank B. Kzell H. V. Madfield U. S. Stewart A. U. Foster J. J. Maady Robert H. I Scott A. B. Schwck W. Wady Bdwarda J. IjooIm Pleiscbor John W. Mm J. Laadram Graham ?;,,,,B,a explain John T.'x-j; : ? O. K. Jachsoa ton Horace B. Stevens J. A. Krakaaer a V. Nafo H. O. Uawis Wesley Bretz C W. BrstE Sol FraakUa Goorxo G. FraakUa Wm. B. "Kalkor M. H. Alberts J. U Caaipeell C B. Lewis "WIUIs Thossas Hash M. liawlc Harry Ooaway Richard I Worcester Geo. W. Hatchings. Jr. Walter D. Gregory Lester L. Cox H. A. Smith Ia. Bddleman Chester Garrett Ii- A. Tempe Paal iL Bllle "W. Bran Carroen C U Caaffoo Thomas J. Too M. a Wtader Laptey WItops CfM. Prrker H. U Ilfroy E. A. Teagoe Wa J. JobbIbes K. Ia Simons C R. Reynolds W. L. Gslaea B. I Parrar H. T. Ellis M. E. Monroe Bradford Hardle L. Stmaley Brown Charles L. Goodea- oagh "Wm. R. Blair E. Klaney Miner D. Scott Johnson Rot. Ferry J. Rice Rev. Charles L. Over street F N. Wblttaker Dawson Bryan R. c. Gslhralth "W. C Carre I U Itopler E. C Donahue H. J. Delfeld C- K. Teagoe George B. Mood Jack Denohae Rolsnd a. Kerens E. Donn Fiatt N. a Jfyo J. B. Bruce James Donaldson 8. B. Glauber Beajamia JscClor Karl Rnppert G. H. Maaood If. F. Darfces E. E. NoUi C H. Appleton G. T. Ijaea F. E. Lockridc R. B. Bum BeT. John E. Abbott W. A. Frlco O. J. Thomas a, A. Ickwood K.'a Ware H. L. BIraey J. T Roe Harry M. Blair S. F. Fraser A. B. Rlcbardson Arthur Nottman D. Crocket A. G. Knebel A. W. Hooves Norman Carmichaol C. R. Towsoa W. E. Miller John U Dyer V R. StUes 3Cayor Tom Xea G. & Biiheimer F. D. Garrett D. C Klan Gale 8eaouLn R. U Dudley A. I Holm J. C HU1 J. H. Stiae P W. Stile W c. Haden F G. Billion James Smith Thomas F Ely Jobnoa McAfee Calvin Atehavlt Herbert Ternlpeut T. N. Aroota nr U G. AVltherspoon reorge B Barber H -yf saend two m suam. pr L. M. Bowlby Ed E King Louis O Howell Chsrle A Amsden E G Sheft.ley G U. Butler A. R Gore Dr "W C. Klattz j. w. Cl.ivton has returned from an extensive trip in the wast. He says his he.ilih is srood In El Paso and he has no anxiety to go to Mexico at present. J Williams, bick from Arizona, ss it v i -.' drv there that he cime bark to bM ld ranee, where the atmosphere W one-third les3 Cottolene than you General Offices, Chicago, for a free EElZSIFAI "Cottolene makes MIKASQ RAISCS PnEMIETt FROJI COUXT TO UARQTJIS Toklo, Japan. Nov. 12. Thp JIJ1 Shimpo announces unofficially tttat the emperor has created connt Okonia. the premier, a marquis. And Kokora, the millionaire merchant, a baron. THE VALUE OF TRUTH Truth in business is just as important as truth in every-day life; truth creates confidence, establishes good-will and builds a reliability that "will not be wrecked by the storms of competition. Through three generations people have learned to place reliance on the advertised words of Scott's Emulsion, because they arc untarnished, unex aggerated truisms about a household remedy of real and actual worth. The popularity of Scott's Emulsion is increasing as intelligence advances, because in these days of adulterations it continues to guarantee pure cod liver oil medicinally perfected with glycerite and hypophosphites to boild strength, im prove the blood and strengthen the lungs. It is free from harmful dregs a Khole some food-tonic, truthfully advertised. Scott &Bowne, Toronto, Oat. 15-9 Nervous Period ical Headaches Succumb to Anti-Kamnia Tablets This trouble commonly called "sick head ache," Is said to be due to the retention of urea in the ry stem. Often It Is stated that a poor condition of the blood Is a cause ot these headaches, or that It Is a nervous condition; and in certain cases, no doubt this Is true. , Where treatment Is demanded. It Is more for the pain than any thin i else, and Dr. A. F. ScheUscbmldt of Louisville, has found Anti-kamnia Tablets to give prompt and satisfactory relief. "Rest should be Insisted UBon" he says, and the patient should so to bed, darken the room, and all the attendants and family should be as Salet as possible. An emetic will some mes shorten the attack. Thebowelsshould be kept open with "Actolds"; s hot bath and a thorough rub-down with a coarse towel, often give grateful relief. Two Antl-kamnta Tablets when the first signs appear, will usually prevent the attack. During an at tack, one tablet every hour or two will shorten the attack and relieve the usual nausea and vomiting." These tablets may .be obtained at all druggists. AskforA-K Tablets. They are also unexcelled for ner vous headaches, neuralgia and all pains. Santa Fe Fuel Co. TeL 586. AUTOS FOR HIRE -All Good 7-Passenger Cars Rate, $2 Per Hour Phone 509-510 ATJTO LIVERY CO. City Hall Stand - 418 Saa Astosio -- ZZ&A ,i Cott Since Cottolene does not absorb tastes or odors, ft may bo used over and over again for frying. Heat it slowly. 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