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"W.ck-Kwl Edition, November 'SI-2S. 1915. fS'iDEIS'fflLLIIff Fin Iff 1H BE OBSERVED Patriotic Service to be Held Sunday Morning at First Christian Church; First Sunday in Advent Will Be Marked by Special Services and Special Music in Episcopal Church; Baptist Pastors Returning. B- 1 S and Girls" Raliv for America, will he observed Sunday" morning at the First Christian church with patriotic service bv the children of il.e Sunday schot. Following the us al assembling of the Sunday school in departments at S.Srt a program of ,Mtr"otic missionary songs and reci tai ons 'will be presented in the main nu (nee room of the church, besrin i ife- dt 1 . m After the exercises the (Ommumon service trill be held and ' Perry J. Rite tIU preach a short tv sermon. p. m. Christian Hndeavcr meets at ana senior r.naeavor at s:39 p. Flrit l'rrKl.rtrrlnn. "Master Where Dwellest Thou" "Where Christ Lived and Where We May Live," will be the subject of the morning sermon preached bv Rev. Charles I- Overstreet at the First Pres- ay RAVAIL of Blood and Tears Brinsf a Purer and I God Alone Kncvs What Great Agencies for Good Are at Work in War-Torn World; Much to Be Thankful For. By Rev. W. C BABER, Pastor of the AHara PresbyterU CSrnrci. , Oen. ll"Sl "Ana God lilnwl llirni." GOirS blessing; was upon all bis creatures, especiallr opon all men. This blessing: was shown in the creation, making man in his own image That image gave man freedom of will and power to develop after his own ideals. Kach nation and tribe has laid claim to being the "chosen people," and each is chosen when be develops as the creator designs. m no respecter of persons. The bvtt-ian rhnn,h Rnndav d 1 u VCTijZ. I j. . .1 vwi is hv revpecier Ol persons. J ne Mrs. JL H. Goldstein and Mrs. Robert ' ibnri.n... r . i .- .. - n Holllday will sing a duet Nat this stands as a type of all others. The gTLmrrWerA-d,-l 35 WS-lSSS S will be a brief service of song KTS,1,1 P'1 ' tands. His before the sermon conducted by tha hrt desire for God finds a response choir. - '" U hearts. Hence his book. th. Tkd riin.Hnn viaa. .&.. .. ' .Htble. is a universal Iwvnlc It i h. The Christian Endeavor society will t:Zw. " ' fullest and deepest exposition of life. dons than have occurred literallv in the valley of Megiddo. The ancient Jew on Mt Carmel saw "ihe decisive battles of history on his" little plain These battles bj force of arms were but Incidents. The r.al warfjr- is of the spirit, as man longs and strives for his ideals. Men arc moved forward or backward, up or down by the spirit actuating the mass. Napoleon was n ret at 6.3e p. m. at :. the usual ;n liie-iu organ recital will be present ed The following numbers will be i "'idereti. ''rend chorus in March form Guil Tr?nt H-vere Micfariane. intrnezo f-om Suite .for organ 1 ioserf xflei the or,-an recital the usual gas. T-1 song service wOl be held and the , slur mil its..n on the theme. Uh.it to Do Witii tmr sns." n,e chorus choir wili fftng Austin I'nrk t'lirinUnn. At tlic Austin Park Christian church. Pjnda, the pastor Dr. J. H. Allen, wil' "each at 11 a. n and 7.30 p. m. The RiMe school will convene at 9:S a i" Communion is held at 10:45. Chris tian Endeavor ct 30 p. m , N". E Na tior.s, leader The subject will be: Home Mission Work to be Done in t'ur Community " Dcsinnluc of Advent Season. Ml of the music for the services Sundav at the Tiurfh of St. Clement. t .11 W appropriate for the Advent se.i--o l, which be-,i.s Sunday, and hiih is ubnetl as a setson of fast i s- and preparat.on for the feast of irietina The music for the morn ! u ami evening sen.'j follows. .Morning Prater Organ prelude, Kc ,ieth W. MacCallum. processional, "s-oldmrs of Christ. Arise." (KlveM. e-i:te. Woodward. Gloria 1'atri, V oixluard Te r'ejm, Woodward: Ben 'i! ctu& Htalhcote. sermon hymn. ' Ho "ini. i to the Lunicr Lord." (Steven son i doxology. Rourceois offertorv nthn. "Hosan.ia in the Highest' 1 tainer)' preeentation of alms. Hum fro recessional. "Lo, He Comes W ith lotlds Descending." (Redhead: or ,an postlude. Kenneth W MacCalluni. r emrg- Praer oijan prelude, K.nnth W. MacCalluni processional. Wske. Awake for the Night Is Flv 'r.g 'Thome : Gloria Patri. Clem-e-i Masniflcat, Clemens: Nunc Dlmlt t s. Clemens, praver hymn. "Hail Sa- -ed Uaj of Earthly Kest." (Carter): ennou hymn, "Hark. Bark My Soul." Dvkesi. doxologi. Bourgeois, offer too, anthem, "Far From Their Home," Woodward): presentation of alms, Humfrey. recessional. "Thou Art Com ing. Oh Mv Saviour" (Knos): organ postlude. Kenneth W. MacCallum. Cvanprllral LnlBernn. Services on Sunday Morning in the TIargelical Lutheran church will be eonducted In Ger-i,a: b. Re Paul G. Birkmann. the rartor The subject of the sermon will be '"The Apostle's Exhortation to "Awake out of Sleen."" German and Enslisn i lasses both are taught in the Sunday school. Church of Christ. At the Church of Christ Sunday morning the pastor. Rev J W. Dunn, will preach on Cinstian Liberty." In the o-veninE bis. theme will be The i rjitE ol-fcrlianti 1DI Si. 1" a. m ltnrn Presbyterian. At the Alturc Presbyterian church S v-u-iaa cf-mon Jeliing t. RirthriKht for a Mess of T'i.ttacre" The subject of the evening Ft- mon will be Jesus a& an Ex imp1e The mornuisr soloist will be Mrs Li. H'S. Winiainn will be the I and so appeals to the clearest knowl euge ot in amonsr all neonlc. It mo- peais io toe nignest a.id best in us. hour wll: we find the first period a patriarchal ; even in cold northern Russia. It found Pirt lethodLcf. I At the First Methodist church Sun oay morning tne suoject ot tne sermon 1 Rev. Herman G. Porter, the pastor, thus becoming a sacred book to us all. will be "Our Supreme Duty." Special I In studying tiie history of the Jew luuoit ui wic unu uiuk rvur nru be voluntary, by Miss Clare Snell trio. "Peace. Troubled Soul," by Dud ley Buck, presented by Mrs. R. J. Wil son. Miss Elizabeth Fry and E. E. Xold. At the evening hour, in addi tion to the sermon oy the pastor, there will be special music as follows: Vol untary b Miss Clare Snell, and a solo, selected, bv Mr. R. J. Wilson. I The Sunday school is organised In all C:30 p. m. lllsbland Park Methodist. Rev. J H Fitzgerald win preach at tne morning nour sunoay in tne rugn I system in the ds of Abraham, with j the nomadic life. Then we see nain j ful progress, helped b slavery in I Kgypt. to a nation of builders with ' permanent homes. The government is nt this tlnu, n rfnlilt iiiuln Ik. ,,1va ' inis was toiiowed uy a strong central power, or kingdom under David. With wealth and decay comes dissolution and scattering to all parts of the earth. This is a typical historj. First, epoch of independence and indlidual enter prise; second, a gradual development the sea are looking toward the rising toward organization anri laws: third. . sun. Our own dear land ha Its loner- land Park Methodist church. At night stronger laws until one efficient head I Ings expressed somewhat in political " .' " Campbell. Ue pastor, will rules absolutely: and last the over- upheaval, and in strikes, and much un preach. The Epworth league meeting throw, and If reconstruction comes. I ret?. IS al .v p. m. , thero is the nainflll mnrfn arttnnA th. ' What .Inoc It niAtn" 1. v kAt same circle. t blest in re-tl ssn's. in strikes m riot- Tbe world has faced many crises There have been more real Armaged- Altn VI. in Methudlat. At the Alta Vista Methodist church Sunday morning Rev. C K. Campbell, the pastor, will preach. Rev. J. L , Fitzgerald v. ill preach at night ar.d the , Kp-.rorth League meets at :J0 p. m. i First Congregational. At the First Congregational church , Sunday the subject for the Bible class, opened by Rev. Miles Hanson at 18:1a a. m will be: "The Song of Songs." At tne -morning preaching hour Mr Hanson will have for his subject: "Pasbing of the Third Floor Back." ' The choir will 1 under the charge of H. T. Luthy and Miss Earle will ' side at the piano. , Highland Park Raptlat. J The pastor of Highland Park Bap tist church. Rev. I. N. Langston. has returned from the Baptist convention at ustin and will preach at 11 a. in. and 7 30 ' n. ra. Sunday. The Junior B. Y. P. U will meet at S p. m. Sun day and the meetlnc will be led by Truett Langston. The Senior union I will be led oy Willie McClure. the , subject being. "The Brotherhood of , Man " The Aid society meets Tues , day at 1:30. Firit Ilnptlil. i At the First Baptist church Sunday ' morning the subject of the sermon by Rev. J. F. Williams, D. D, will . be: "The Key to Happiness." The J subject of the evening sermon will be I "What is the Soul's Financial Eoulv 1 alentr- The subject for the B. Y. P. U- at 6 JO nu. will be. -The Broth- and et refused to learn wisdom. Mast this fully go on? Maybe we need more soldier I would not criticise those in power. Vet more soldiers win not solve the problem. Suppose we equip our fall strength of .s.M et men. Combine China, and Japan an4 they could put 100.oa0.fto6 men in th field. "on Id they not rush us? Is it not better to prepare ourselves to do right. product of the French revolution, nn- i to bo really Christian without nre- der no other conditions could he have j tense and so-win (hem to such in ideal accomplished what be did. The kaiser. I that war must end? i or ton Hindenberg. or whoever is to j The present war has tolled the knell be the German hero of this war has j of king alcohol. Men want efficiency been so made by the expanding im- ! and power. But if it does not ring in pulse of the German ideals of world- j the changes, eradicating kings, money ide preparedness, efficiency and con- power, social bat riers, and class dis trol. The individual does not make the ' tinctions. then Kreid and ambition will movement. The movement makes the J remain and thr. will be other aars. I individual. The man at the top float-" : am no prophet. It n. ii be that some as a bit of wood on top of the tide, j strong power like Germany a III con- . Lincoln did not free the slave, he mere- j trol the world Competition and waste ly okred the rising sentiment of Aim-r- j may be done jwjj with. Kierything ica for liberty. J down to the smallest detail may be The student of conditions today must regulated by law or the great pow be impressed with the restlessness of ers of Europe may so weaken them all men everywhere. It has been for ! selves in this suicidal war that a strong some years worldwide. There has been llow vain may conic from Asia and fermentation in the ?reat mass of men I ! hit. hordes set back the clock of ; time for a thousand years. t It may be that from all this travail I and blood and tears, nun may emerge I purer and better. He ma gain sense enough to cease from war. I do not know. It is no time f6r captious crit- I icism or fault finding or selfish politi- j cal wire pulling. The old earth reels along (ne unua oi srvai coubv. and the whole structure of social life may melt In the fervent heat, and a new heaven and a new earth come forth We may be thankful, however, for a God of love. We may ask for a larger faith in man and in God. We j ma) be calm een though the worlds j crash in ruin. f God loves all his children. He will ; loe as much as we will open our hearts to receive him. We need not fear for whether in Ufe or in death are we not his own? Former Governor Who Insisted On Fighting In Civil War, Buried Tuscon. Ar.z Nov. J7 The funeral of former governor, Ij. C. Hughes. who died at the use of 73 after an ill ness of pneumonia, was held here to da. State and local officials attend ed and man freids were present. Governor Hughes, at the outbreak of the civil war, was one man who did not have to le drafted into service. He volun'eered in the union armv and was refused enlistment for physical reasons. lie volunteered again and was a second time refused. Not discouraged be kept on volunteer ing until he is finally accepted, for service in coropan . loist Pennsjl vania volunteers lie served two vears and was then discharged for dis abilities. Even then he would not quit He managed to enlist after a short time and was sergeant in Knapp's Pittsburg Bntter.v during a lee da campaign which included the defence of Washington No Gas f SS No W lnrst0M " Win Iki mornlns p. . r?w ram No More Dread of the Denial Chair. By tUc New Method of Dentistry we can ex tract, flit, or crown yoor teeth absolute1 without th lJt particle of pain No co -raine or any of Its deriatives used in any f-jrnx. i i I lmm'KBe'9snTan9aBss?sss--sttnK2Be7-s-EBB Siaeent and arc usiKned to Second battalion of engineer. Pirrt Lieut. T IJeu Minis, aviation offi cer. ?tgoal eorpe. .n arrival at San Antonio, will proceed to 8an Diego for doty at the aviation school. rirst Uentenantu H A Dareue, w. G. Kll ner and K. K. CurreM aviation corps now at Ssa Diego, wilt proceed to San Antonio for duty with First Aero squadron. d Meal drink, is found in Tetley's Tea. Fragrant, delicious and of uni form quality Tetley's Tea is abso lutely pure and guaranteed to contain no coloring matter. Adv. expression after t.ie war with Japan fn the creation or the duma or parlia ment. Japan in a generation came from barbarity to a world power. The millions of old China are being thrilled from the dead past into present life. The young Tark took hold of the worm eaten old nation and has relnvigorated it so much that the armies of the allies can hardly dent her armor. Mex ico is in travail for a larger freedom. Africa. India. Persia and the isles of iiiff. in blood wae- has been often soaked The o!.l earth human blood. For dinner there is nothing better than a whole ham baked after yoar favorite recipe. Get Sulzberger's Ma jesties "Deliciously Different." Adv. NOTE We are aot competing with cheap advertising dentists, but with first-class ethicial men at one-half their prices Full Sets Teeth, each 97.38 up Gold Crowns SS.ee Other Work In Proportion. rsmnEBajBnjBBjBsa mBBagUjMha-tfJsnj AH Vlork Guaranteed la Writing- 1 Years, N ew System Dental Parlor Cor. Bl Paso and San Antonio Sts. In the atw-hr renovated 6LD First NaUonai Bank BIdg. Spaafcta aad German Spoken. Open Erenlnss. JHerald Want Ad Bring Results JVtt Owe and B Qua lliuiafl i erhood of Man." The leader will be James Romero. The special music for the morning service will be an anthem, "Grieve Not the Holy Spirit," (Stainerf by the choir. For the evening service, "The Night Now is Falling,", (Kaupt men) by the choir. Safety First nine Tip Matches are , non-poisonous. Have the safety tip but pre- I win striae anywnere. Blue n jtatcne? coniorm xniiy wiin me new reoerai taw. Adv. ' win H Xomber : . ag-tl it years; burial Con cordiu ein-tvry, November tt Arthur J Navarre, local hospital, Kovetn be- ZS, aged " years; burial Concordia ( i-emettry November 2. T'burt-to i.unras, Marshall, Texas. Novem- Wr 19. axed io yettrs. burial Concordia cem- Park street. No i, burial Costcordla Ufa-Iks Girl. To Vr. Andres Prieto. 392 Alameda mve- nu", November ZZ Etr-i Wt 19. axed -ttf yettrs. bui eliT) 4tbetubfr 2 I I Mrsinla Mrlinz. Z 1 ember -. aiped four yeai ; wuictfr No ember 27. t nb-1h- G 8n B im The most economical way to buy Ham or Bacon Is by the whole piece. Be sure It's Sulzberger's Majestic -Deliciously Different." Adv. Auxiiiarv of El Paso Asso-' elation to IVifint TiiRSfiav I CHAHGES IN SIGNAL CORPS in Highland Park. ADDITIONAL CHURCH XKW ON PAGB NINB Sentence Sermons by El Paso Ministers A GREAT deal is being said lather derisively of the pacifists, who are al leged to want "peace at any price," hut, strangely enough, we sees te for eet that the militarist, if he wants neacc at alL seems to want it "at ay classes meet , prke" of treasure and life. Rev. Perry J. Rice, of the First Christian chorck. In Tesns Christ human life finds completeness, "Ye are oMnalete ia Him;" morning the subject of the ,rtTiirt7- "TT shall npver flip " and enneentration. "This sue Ihrac I no." Rev. bv Rev. W. r. Baber will be: ,, - V-m f n. t.- --j tt;.i.ij t-- xtsi.i nd. .. u, akipn;ilf V& . l,, ta .uv. ..iumuu ..... .m w.-.v,.. ..m. in Esau sold his Dirthright for a meal which he needed; many men threw away salvation and happiness for fellies and so-called pleasures -which only injnre and -tei.!i.g ioloi"!t and familiar hymns destroy. Rev. W. C. Baber, of the Altura Presbyterian church. 1 -o v ill ;e sung b the congregation j . I There are two elements that are opposite in their nature and their fruits i furnish the greatest contrast; one never works good, the other never works eviL. j I speak of hatred and charity. "Hatred stireth up strifes," Solomon. "Charity ' thinketh no evil," PauL Rev. J. Y. Dunn, of the Church of Christ- e cuing The Juniors meet M ti e at u p m Westminster Presbyterian. W the West Minster Presbyterian r' jrii the theme of the morning ser- T. on Tev John E Abbott, will be "! Jtai. jtiulress n0 tTourrge" Follow- i ? i the musical program for this ...iot. athim by the eioir. "Praise - ' c Tnth r," bv Gounod: solo, TeeiPl u n tht r-hoir, "O He-w Lovely Are Thy -. ii i6 " b Maker. In the eve- ' it. ha pastor will preaeh on ""How m. 'Sou Snend ) our Nights'" The M.et, i 1-u'n tvill e an anthem. Holy, ii -i " i fJou-cx! Iitcn We do not have to be logical. We have thanked God fer peace and health and homes and lovea ones spared, and we would still be thanking Him if all Miss' Belie "Vliite; anthem i these things had been swept away; there is something in just being loving and ( afternoon at grateful and religious. John i.. Abbott, of Westminster Presbyterian caaren. Oar lower selves must become nobler. This heavenly alchemy it what sti- ediate ' r "p-cse11 a earth. Rev. Miles Hanson, of the First CasgregatioBal 1 rhurrh ' k. i SaemiHc Intrants cad Invalids The Treatesf thinfl in life cannot be described ther -mnat be see and felt j and experienced at first hand. Rev. Chas. L. Overstreet, of the Krtt Presby- terian church. ' Repentance looks back and forsakes; faith looks forward and accepts. Rev. i I. X Langston, of the Highland Park Baptist church. Where the Christ spirit rales, whether in church, home or state, there is hap piness, contentment and peace. Rev. J. H. Allen, of the Austin Park Christian i church. Every Christian should count it his highest .duty to be a witness for Jems Christ. Ey this method the world is to be saved. Rev. Herman G. Porter, of the First Methodist church. ife tc THE QFUSINM. M<E& MILK The Food-Drinh for ail Ages RI(ira2s,rnaltec1gTaui,inpotvderfonn. i rcrintants, invalids laignnvincliildrsn. j In Abraham the worshipful spirit was the dominant spirit. He was an altar Para nutrition, upbuikJing lit whoic body. ' tuilder. Of necessity it was the family altar he kept building. It is the family Invigorates nursing mothers ai the aged, 'altar today upon which we must lay greatest stress as a place of worship, if More healthful thaa tea or coffee. i fh church is to take her proper place in the world. When this altar falls into Ztnirvtn vttit ew "jvrf I nss- ' an unspeakable calamity has come to the nation where such disuse is to be vnrifZ-Z r.JrZ JiHWil fL seen- oh' xiait this Wessed "sUtuUon might be established in everyhome within you may set a Bzeil3tSt'.:te. f cr Uni.Rs. J. F. Williams, D. O., of the First Baptist church. The iprclnl procem used in preparing Avondale Brand Oats Is what makes tknti better. Avondale Oats are nut UD I in a parafflne-l:ned. moisture proof and ' with other Baptist women of the city airtight packages. Absolutely sanitary , at the Highland Park Baptist chnrc.i and freo from bugs and weeviL Adv. ; . mMtln , tn .-,-, , ,. El Paso Association. At the prayer meeting Wednesday evening at the First Baptist e-hurih. I!ev. S, F. Williams, the pastor, will give a report of the recent General Baptist convention at Austin. On Friday evening at :30 the offi cers and teachers of the First Bapti.it Sund.ty school will meet at luncheon in the Sunday school room and at 7:20 will proceed to the discussion of mat ters pertaining to the welfare of the school. Organlre Mcn'f Clans. In addition to the Baraca class of the ounp men of the First Presb ter ian ehurch. a men's elass has been or ganized and will bold its first meet iog -Sunda morning. The missionary committee of the First Presbyterian church will meet Monday evening A- 6. Foster is chair nan and every department of the church is represented on the commit tee. All the missionary and bene olent work of the church is under the i supervision of the missionary commit tee . Tuesday afternoon between 3 and ' and in the evening between Sand 10 Mr. i and Mrs. Overstreet will be at home to all the church members whose names ' begin with the letters A and F in j elusive. This will be the first of j. ' series of afternoons and evenings Mr. and Jir. overstreet will ODserve. Tt Hsic Mission Program. The Women's Missionary society or estmlnster 1'resoytenan cnurcn win have"almiasion study program Tuesday qft.ninnii nt !! n'ln.r In th imriiv j school room. Th address of the occas ion will be made by Mrs. J. C Bal lard. The Eastminster Benevolent society will be entertained by Mrs. Lewis Thompson and Mrs. J. W. Kirkoatrick at Mrs. Kirkpatrick's home on McKin ley avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 oclock. AH Day Meeting. The Highland Park Missionary so ciety will have an all dav meeting at the home of Sirs. J. H. Hamilton, 6:0 Gold street next Thursday. Th officers and teachers of the Sun dav school of Westminster church will have luncneon and hold the quarterly council in the Sunday school room Friday evening at 7 o'clock. Baptist Auxiliary t Mret. Tuesday at 3 p. m, the Woman's auxiliary of the El Paso Baptist asso ciation will meet at the Highland Park Baptist e-nurch. Wednesday at 2:30 o. m.. the Grand View Woman's auxiliary will meet at the chapel. j ANNOUNCED IN ARMY ORDERS ) t phititon, t C . Nov. t Tb following rf-fc , . . , t -amy orrtcr have been tamed On Tuesday afternoon the women of j chaises tn rinl corp ordered. Caat. the tiret Baptist church win unite I - T O lfton will ajtsume chars of atsaal I cfjrpb. nnvp:y uepoi ai ron vtooa. renevine r-r-v u ui c i? js rxa er hoik, jr- ueoi. Brinkrrhof: 4 til pro.eeti to this city for duty in of fi ' of chief signal officer. First ' Ueot. -I H n Horn, upon arrival at Fort Wood, will report to genes! supply depot for aun. Cnt ir o Tv'cr. corps of encineers. milt report to jJ. W. M. B'ack. corps of engi i nt?er. 'm York, for examination to deter ir In" 'ttiwi- for prvmotion. Lfave of two months is granted First j t UeJt y k. orerooiser, stgnai corps. B. direction of the pretddent. Mm:. F W Koblf ISth infantr. i detailed for serv- , n.i? in me nuunerniJiiirr corps. I Br direction o the presideist. Capt. E. W j J dark. Quartermaster corps, is relieved from i 1 detail, quartermaster corps. Ue will remain i 1 on nresent duties until further orders. t rirsi lieu t. nan t B. G Chynoweth. M P I V..i R R Itniriall CI V Tvl stiri Tfar. rison Brand, jr . corps of engineers, are re- , lieved from alignment First battalion of en- j WHAT JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER SAID TO THE REPORTERS Let me ak von, do you men save money? I am frank about it I am sincere. Does the excitement and fasciaation of vour life day and night prevent yon from any sys tematic efforts to save?" Some of the reporters told Mr. Rockefeller that they man aged to save some money each year, bat others replied that their salary was not large enough to save nvwey. Whether yoor salary is large or small, yon ought to save at least one-fifth of your income. 4 PERCEHT INTEREST PAH) ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. The First ItionaxBank EL PASO, TEXAS msMSBm mimtaiammwimmM DAILY RECORD Morning Side Heights "The Addition With the Location" High above the smoke aiid dust in the Country Club district. The fa mous McKinley avenue and the new $20,000 school are making this the mot popular of El Paso's additions. Some Choice Lots Still For Sale on the ''Original Newman Investment Company Terms" Newman I nvestment Lo Phone 550 : bbbbC tan 100 San Antonio St. H S ! -, Uli K.iIMItic lrmlt. To M I 3iotle to build a brick bungalow on lots 17 srd 18. block tZ. Manhattan Heights estlmatfd -ost )3o0 To Juan W.sz, to build a frame room at 116 South tregon rtret. estimated cosit $-40 To Born tun & Mebos. to build a brUtt burgalow tn lots 1 and Z. block K. Alamo Height?, estimated cost $3700. I) red l"Hed. E ."t sid of Florence street, between Hill avc Cliff streets Bl Paso Commercial com plin to C A Fox and wife, north one-tuT of !t 17 anii all of lot lti Mock 41. Alex&i. tUr adtl'tlon. consideration $1259, Xo ember ISli I ait side of Lrfon reet. between San Frsi cisco ard Sonera streets Mrs. Maria A ' ihttiiasen to tht First National bank, tract t.xi0 fronting J feet wn Leon street and i thinning 121 fet and 10 inches north of J m i orth line of Sonora street. In blotk 3rt Mill- map corMtierauon f twe. ovenioer v 115 Jind in SK-rro town grant Nellie Roark to popular Dry Goods company, lots 19 and i.i. .. L- ". Vn.Hvunl trft Soeurro rmnl i' i niiii deration rk 4$ November ;. lli J Conrent h.tvt side of Campbell street, between! Ptcns ior PouiTyllou-es s-nth and Eighth streets irranK Kiie oi vurcs oioifea-c cok oupt to leoncla Loyo. lot 15 less r.ght incht on the north side, blw k S uiipbeil addition, consideration $150. No ember S ISli Public school lands W G. Busby of Jack bon county. Mo . to R. D Mersbon of Denver ount. Colo, section 1. block 47 H. town ship public school lands, $1 and other r on-Mertions May Z, IJ1S. AntomobHes IJcrntd. 4il5 Paul an Camp Sixth Infantry, Camp Cotton- five passenger Orerland 4917 I J Burrud. 611 Prospect avenue, two passenger Overalnd. 491K Miguel Chin-on, COO South Florence fitrtt-t fle xia?iii:.r Hud-on. 4319 Jetu C intiras. northwest cor- nor of Hll iri Senth "iwtt, five pAi- j f-nger Cadi'i u I Icensetl to te1. ' T X Ca1 t i i V'l .itLie. Tv Con In t I . . ta I- torso. I AU.andro 't x lu' ,i Cirrr. I r i costa V cle Acuna. i!8 Eas.t S. - t o ember -". .ig d iS . r-. i -.ii i en)flor i . nib r i i " -rri in. novuttt. i.veiiui' ' l irii S i it T t ! I - m I i 1' - T i I yS f.--Tj RSUiiyiJajhsM1 , J6aBBs l'H8S3 SaM 1 af- a?' iWaTuiHiill irzZJmr-----i t" -" 3 yits jr t i ' ; p 9 Gifts For WPJi Christmas t.' II .TrSl "Tonrs for Senrtce. VS. 2 ElectrksrBMg: Pkoae MJJ. !They Close In December 1 :S&H GO NOW! I B IMSBS "Two Fares For One Fare" I ' n I : Hi soon vrill Tip nrflv n Tnp.m(Trc H j PSSQ i DECEMBER 4 is the last day of 1 I S the Panama-Pacific Exposition Dairy Co. 1 ZTZ' , I J I m The San Dieajo Exposition closes M V -1 M DECEMBER 31. P tassssi Wj-vs-1 l.r fjj.t-- 3 1'0'A' j-v-F sbbbbbI KJW 11IC UIOIJU V.OUVUU Kit. J3J.V H pfSKtjS?!, p zona en route to California. W-&f M City Ticket Office. Mills Bldg. B I rJ rf Zl Zrkm&S&rl k jSjo3k ! sgrzfs WINTER M &&SV$ TOURIST RATES uret-dinir and ,-i-. ccOis- W M IjS'f- S- 60 i f I must ltir .rn Iri. a .1 lir!m.i VW 1 bbbbbbbT. it 2. Kmimm bbbs B j TmielTPooltrrPu.nt ra W jBk 11 KiJ5&iS!I!B,!Vaw J ! BJlTE!KK...raMM,3. .vforipins) M ', B 11 IQCOMOTIYas Ai BtReon tiorc 1 (.kmupcr- poajinr. etc. M 1 flaaS llC jSk Tw. UK. j li uus muii-ii rurmj . cicieu h iBBBBSBtl e UvCiiif T a Cbowd.r and Pi r ra iScrakh retdtare a saM i f br VT used wuhtois Haa wet, vl our 9 t MH XesagA J Iron-bound Guarantee j j MM' Sg mtmM&iMii sal: SUNSET RC ifffiP 3Efh!5 ' SbbbI' iV " FYi -l JBaBBBBBrHBBBBBa' SCaKeSv Pu. -u pouitn- JBCTB1 i OlfLY A PEW DAYS left in -which to r i ii itioa his t t - - --- . - I uii ' i k f k I rTTV Tirwp rT?rT-c- -vm n rfTrr Anpoav r.r 1 BUTTER BUTTER Mate in Ei Paso Daily . THE FIHESTEVER Jlere is a chance for evervbod y keeping house to get next to the cry, "Made-in-El Paso." "DO IT NOW'-' Call up 340 and have us send you a pound of our luVe butter. Salted or XTnsalted. Ti Tcur -AcistdQ a'oi.oa Cc Points In the OUTHEAST VIA m On Sale Daily, Limit May 31st. ONLY A PEW DAYS left in which to visit the CALIFORNIA EXPOSITIONS at low rates. j CITY TICKST OFFICE, WO 206 MORTH OREGON ST S y Gi iot St . bLLcuij 1 '. " ' '