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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, May 8, lOJff. 9 A Serial of Family Life r YALE DEFEATS What Happened To Jane I Bj VIKGIXIA TERHDXE VAX 1)B WATER. mmm Elis Run Far Ahead in the Scoring; Final Result Is 66 to 37. V llnn Conn, May 6. Tale de t ni Princeton Id thojr track meet In.v t-''9f I in u '-core Tale. C( 1-!, Princeton, i iiiiunar of results "iie mile run, won by Overton, " i- ("oldviHl, Princeton, aecond, Un itooi1, l'rlnoeton, tnlrl. Time, four mile Jl :-J seconds Mo iard dash won bv Richardson, I ton Cooper Yale, second: i Kp, Princeton, third. Time, BO JIB ' onil i ' ard. won b Tread wav. Tale; i Princeton, second, Snowden, l n Mom third Time 18 2-5 seconds. .i rd hurdles, on by Farwell, l' "raw ford. Princeton, second. I ' A Tie third Time. IS 1-5 sec- ,'r - . four evente Tale, IS. Prlnee ti i 14 -hut put won in Braden. Tale, dis ' 4 . leet, 10 inches, Sinclair, i i rton second, Heyniger, Princeton. I i ti I 'U Mult, all points won by Tale, as ' i ' lohnetone. Hejl and Nagel tied 'i I f ct. 6 Inches l wo milp run. on by Tounf. Tale: '1 it Princeton second Bischoff r - ' pion third Time, S minutes. 67 i iid Kuril lump won !p Oler. Tale, height f r second place tie between Clif r ' I Yule and Davis, Princeton. I ifcln hundred yard run, won bj 'iton Inle Barker, Yale, second: i nv 1'rmci'ton, third. Time, 1 min ' .-'i seconds Hamnn r throw, wot bj Brown, Tale, dist.,ine 144 feet 7 1-2 inches. Gen i rt rrimcton, second, Walden, Tale, II mi I ri ad ujmp Won bv Hampton. Tale, i si mi .: feet S inches. Madden, I i luiton, vfcond, Nichols. Tale, third i ri hundred and twenty yard hur- ii s won b Crawford III. Princeton ! I i H1. Ill, Tale. second. Wilson, i iliieton third Time, 16 2-5 seconds. I ii i hundred and twenty yard dash, "in bi Moore. Princeton, Tread was, i . second Stewart III. Tale, third Tun l"j-r. seconds. She Tries To Avoid Visiting Her Mother. (Copyrtrht 1J15. Star Company) -' II TODAY'S AMUSEMENTS sritTMr. (,ws vr (.iikiiw f -ii iii of th most decided not cities n fin mini adornment ever portraied in I inns ire promised as features of 1 ti i liildren in the House a Tri iiif.Ii -Fine rts drama uhlch will be lm n h( the Grecian theater todaj anil tmnoiroM. liiMl drinen, a young actress who ii in lant iieen in an ingenue lole in the ir Wolfe Hopper play. "Sunshine Dad,' Mossoin forth in "The Children in the Mouse as a full-fledged siren of the i ri-cii In the part of Jane Conrtenav, s. inbaret dancer, she lures a foolish i husband, played bi Kupene Pallett, I in his destruction As aids to his ruin ation she becclCB herself in vampin al attire remarkable for its extreme uniqueness There are evening gowns distin guished both b orijtinallti of design .mil attractiveness of matei lal, Jewelrv if strange shapea and patterns, and a head-dress of Jet and pearls whii h i ini and curl about the siren's head like serpents Norma Tnlmadge is seen as the wife whose husband ii tured to destruction in MIbs Carmen, and other prominent and bus) members of the cast are the Triangle Kiddles," who go through the most amazing adventures they have iiiountered since they fouicht a. ban dit prmj in 'bet Katy Do It. Adv. l.r.lUI.DIMI KIUIR. w hrn Miss Farrar went to the Lasky siiiiIIoh last summer. Lou-Tellegen al ii niU was there acting in "The Ex idoier and "The Unknown" His thor .niirh knowleds-e of the play. "Maria (,. si led to lonferences between him j ii4.il Miss Farrar over the manner in inch the title lole of the Spanish play -tumid be acted Here it was that the " loniaiice of the two noted artists be ,n culminating this winter in their mairlage In New York. Marin. Rosa," which is a Paramount mi lure, tells the absorbing story el i louug Spanish peasant girl who is ulmlred b two souths of the village. Thev apparent!) are the best Of friends, but jealousy takes possession of one of them and the other is falsely ac- usni oi crime on bis silent testimony ind .ilmed in prison Maria. Rosa Is In love with the Imprisoned Andres, but Hum I eius told that he is dead, she at i,M cmi lents to marrs Ramon, the jealous one On the wedding day the in i i ii ns und Maria Rosa, hear- i . nfissloii from the lips of Ra- i ion tin ns und kills him His dying words ale that the act was of his own making and Maria Rosa and Andres are CIIAPTKIt AI.IX the prison doors were shut again. They had opened only a little way just far enough for Jane to catch a glimpse of familiar green fields then had clanged shut and were more secure than ever. But a change had come over her. She no longer had any desire to so out among her former associates. To the person who Is by Ipstlnct honest and straightforward, the practice of deception of any kind Is sure to be followed by a reaction that takes the form of fierce self reproach. This Jane suffered for several weeks after her husband had issued his ultimatum with reeard to her associating with outsiders She did not at first feel Inclined to rebel against this verdict as she had against his former rulings. For her resentment of his injustice was blunted by her appreciation of her own lack of candor. She told herself that she had been a deserter and a coward, and In al lowing Mary Balrd to utter false hoods for her had been guilty of hjpocriss She chicled herself for not staying at home to face Ruth and tell her gently that she was sorry that stte must ask her not to remain to supper and not to call again isisiressmg as tms would have been, it would have been no more painful than to remember that she had left Mary to make false excuses for her. nd then .Mary had informed Augustus that June's mother was III That was nnnti'er lie the woman had told to ' ' t -.-t- ii, rt June remained at her post this untruth would not . et koaai y V XlIovT to Jane. It also cut the daughter to the heart to realise that her mother believed that she had come to see her onlj to avoid Ruth. Yet was this not pnrtiallv true' At least there was so mueh truth In its that Jane could not deny 1t Nor could she explain the situa tion without representing her hus band as a tyrant. If he was one no body should know It from her Still she could not keep Mary Balrd from knowing it. Nor could the wife herself fail to observe that Auirustus grew dally more stem with her house keeper At first he had spoken grufflj. oometimes unkindly, to the woman Now he never spoke to her inless it was absolutely necessary. ..ml then in the curtest, briefest words p ssible. Thii.f.irt added to Jane's inward - T'ln She felt as if her pres ence in Augustus Reeves' home made life harder for f,he faithful creature iiiiu had lived here for years And tli onlj wav in which the wife could n i titrate the disagreeable condition was to treat Mary with uniform kind ness She was resolved to do this Al wavs mindful of her husband's orders that she must not allow Mary to be come talkative, she said little to tho housekeeper when Augustus was present But during the long hours In which the two women were alone in the great house, Mars graduallj formed the habit of bringing to Tane some es pecially nice Dit or cake, or a cup of tea or coofee, and staving to chat on the many subjects in which women are interested new recipes, ways of us ing up the "left-over," the changes in fashion as shown In the occasional magazines that Augustus brought home from the village. Jane was Impressed by the absence of reference to personal matters In all these conversations. The hireling's re serve convinced her that she had no right to ask this woman about her early life. The reticence on Mary's part was undoubtedly due to some secret whose existence Jane had only dimly dis cerned She found herself wondering if Man' ever had news of her hus bandif he were really still living: And if so, what was the matter with him? Alone a Great Ileal. Augustins Reeves's wife was alone so much that these thoughts became the only excitement in her humdrum life. She did not dare voice them to her husband. She never carried out her promts to her mother to invite her and Ezra over to take a meal with her. Once she timidly broached the subject to Augustus, but he vetoed it firmly. Once a month he would allow his wife to stop with him at the Ilardye,' door to ask if all was well with them, but- the look of wounded affection in ber mother's ejes gave Jane such a heart ache that she let the periods between visits stretch to greater and greater lengths. Dull and monotonous as the days were inside the Reeves's home, outside the world was waking to fresh beauty, as spring crept slowls over the land While Jane went about the small honsehould tasks that Mary allowed her to perform she drew in deen breaths of the warm air flowing through the windows, she would fling open while her husband was out about the farm. "We never used to have the windows open till jou came," Mary remarked one morning "He don't approye of It; but I like the fresh air." "Everyone ought to like It." Jane replied. "When I was at the Nor mal school I learned how important air and sunshine are. In all the new schoolhouses they make a point of good ventilation Children need It If they are to be well and strong." Mary's hand paused in its regular rubbing of the old mahogany table. "Ymt ttnAn. all nhnnl falIl,aM .I.im I you've learned to teach them, den't you'" she asked "Quite a good deal." Jane replied. "X love them" "So do I" The speaker's voice had changed so suddenly that Jane looked up In surprise. A swift thought occurred to her. Had this woman ever had a child' And had It died If so, here was another reason for her sad face "You you" Jane began She found herself unable to ask the ques tion that trembled on her lips Tou would make a good mother," she sub stituted. "I believe jou would sacri fice anything for a child if you had , one " I The sallow face grew even paler than usual and the aquiline Indian features took on a pinched look Bui Jian iiairil made no replv (To be Cnnllnnril.) j ! For Cooking mntt',V i u.'',vi the si A NUMBER of generations ago Lea & Per rins' Sauce was first offered to the public in Worcestershire The piquant flavor, appe tizing qualities and healthful properties of this sauce soon made it famous. Lea & Perrins, Sauce today is sold in all parts of the civilized world. 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Eav The only original Worcestershire Sauce LEA & PERRINS, 108 WEST STREET, NEW YORK CITY iCOIRL HE BITS "FROM HSRVflRO KILLING MOTHER : Ithaca, N T May b Cornell de- j Portsmoutl Ohio. .Mav C George ' ieatea Harvard in a dual track meet Jordan, eight sears old, confessed to here todaj by a score of tt to 3i. day that he killed his mother w Ith a .Harvard and Cornel' zr.si here today shot sun Last Wednesday he told in their annual track meet. I -f.-i.i. kn. 1.1. r .v. t t j Summary. Shot put. won by Rich- """-'ale that his father, Hoy Jordan, ards. Cornell 4 leet 6 Inches: j tilled the mother with a shot gun fol second, Howell, Cornell, third, Moore, lowing a quarrel, because she did not H!gh jump, won by Richards, Cor- 1 eet UD erl' KSh to get breakfast, nell, five feet 11 3-4 Inches, second. I He said he was playing with a shot II, i ATHLETES SI S 1 Johnstone, Harvard, third, Cary and jvicirfircn, oom 01 uorneu. tien One mile run. won by Wlndnagle, Cornell, second, Irish, Cornell, third, Capbell, Harvard High hurdle Won uy Gubb, Cor neas, second. Watt, Cornell; third, Millard, Cornell. Time li 2-5 seconds. 100 yard dash Won by Teschener. Harvard: second, Xan Winkle. Cornell: third, Moove. Harvard. Time 10 seconds naif mile Won by B.ngham, Har vara: second. Blddle. Harvard; third, Backwell. Cornell Time one minute It 1-6 seconds. gun and did not know it was loaded. ii.i.i 1 he ix great fiature is the attraction at Mhambra today, Advertisement. "Tim mphk no ii,i" Tin si-Iir- 10-act screen version of Rex . Bta h a ' The Ne er lo Well," which is now plavlng at the Unique theater. Is a hig rush of action from start to finish. It is even greater than "The Spoilers' Ita fliKlil" of sweet romance are high 1 1 its depths of dastardb Intrigue are lilaiker its action and its risks and V ijangeis ale more overwhelming " Katblvn Williams, the famous star ho plMved Cherry Malout'e In "The spoiler, is at her best In this great I 11 . mil Blie is supported bv the origin il Spoiler ast W N Pelig sent the en iue 1 ompdny to Panama In order to se- ure tin proper atmosphere "The Ne'er no W4P11 is in in leeis anu nas created a penBHiion n heri-ver shown The bent time to get a seat without 1 ilt is during the dav Seats will be Mm si eat demand at the night shows. 'lThe shows start at i: 16 p m. ! JO n m I IS p m . 1 i m and 15 p m Ad mission in 60 ents Advertisement producers are not going to be outdone by their newspaper brethren The Wigwam today offers "Extra' ' Wa in Mexico." a full reel of the choicest meiies that the camera men have been able to pick up. Of course. 13 Paso and the vlcinitj are In it The rest of the Wigwams program consists of a multiple reel production, "Her Hus band's Faith," a stirring story In which beautiful Dorothy Davenport is starred Special music is supplied dailj from I to 6 and 7 to 10 on the finest Hope Jones unit orchestra In Texas. Adv iOCIETr I1HA1IV vr nijor. "Her Naked Soul." a three-part society drama, will be the headliner at the Bijou today. It is one of the General Film company's picked programs, and is produced bj a cast of star players. Including Nell Craig. Darwin Karr, Ed win F Cobb and others Tomorrow the treat child actress, Joyce Fair, and the elig-Tribune will be on the bill. The latter will show Gen. Pershing In Mex ico hunting the Villa bandits It is some bllL Regular prices will prevail Adv. NEGRO BOY DROWNED IN CANAL; BODY LOST Police have been searching the Franklin canal since Sunday afternoon at five oclock for the body of Henry Freeman, a negro boy of eight years who was reported to have been drowned Sundav afternoon while swimming in the canal at Eighth street. Mexican ramnaninnM nf tti nwni boy reported that he had idsappeared and his body was not again seen The water in the canal was shut off but it was thouent that the bo's .body had floated down the canal and the farmers in the lower valley have been notified to watch for the bo's body The boy lived at 416 Hill street ALBUQUERQUE TO HAVE ROTARY CLUB; LOCAL MEN FAIL TO GO I Albuquerque will organize a Rotary club toda. with a banquet tonight at Hotel Alvarado The El Paso Rotarv .. .,-u umum 10 sena tnree del at" to the banquet C W. Croom, 1: . -i.ii.iu aim j. it. negaii and thev were preparing to leave tonight under me impression tnat the Instalatlon would occur Tuesdav ni-i.f S I learned the mistake during the dav, so the congratulations of the LI Paso club were wired. The EI Pasoans were to have been on the program of speeches at the banquet and were to have been the guests of the new club nViTFnth?hdai .ha'J they not "come mixed on the date WUmW M H Ml FILM l:TRl. In thene davs of newspaper extras It i evident that the moving picture VASSAR GIRL BREAKS 100 YARD DASH RECORD Poughkeepsle. N. T May 6. Th breaking of one lecord for the 100 yard dash, marked the annual field day at Vassal- college today Mies Judith Conant, of Boston, set the new mark of 12 4-10 Beconds The record was 13 seconds flat, held by Miss F. James since 1904 GflLOMEL iS HORflIB LE! IT SHOCKS YOUfi oe .IF Tucson, Ari7. Ma 6 1,'nh eraity of Atizona athletes showed strength in capturing first places in the intercolle giate track and field meet here this afternoon in which the University of Arlaona. the University of New Mex ico, the New Mexico ggies and the Texas School of Mines competed. Arizona is leading with six events vet to come. Scores so far. Arizona, 49 points, New Mexico, 7; Aggies, 10, Texas School of Mines. 1 Two records were broken. 'White of New Mexico raised the high Jump by one-half In a jump of five feet sK and one-half Inches. Porter of Arizona, lowered the timer or 100 ard dash half second, time 10 seconds flat Summary of events Two miles run Clair borne. New Mexico, first, 10:2"; Grabe, Arizona, second, Foster, New Mexico Aggies, third 440 yai-M dash Comstock, Arizona, first, S3 1-5 seconds; R. McKenna, New Mexico, second; Austerhout, Aggies third. 8S0 yard run O'Keefe, Arizona, first, (no time given), KIrby. Aggies second; Kreigbaum. Arizona, third Running high jump White, New Mexico, first, 5 feet C inches, Com stock and Burns, Arizona, tied for second. 5 feet S 1-Z iCehes. 110 yard dash Forter, Arizona, ten seconds flat. Haughtelin, Arizona, second. Bailey. Texas School of Mines, third. ' S RISE: EIGHT BRITISH Btrlin Gennanv. Mjv 8 (Wireless to Sjyvillci An uprising against the British in the Sudan is reported In 1 dispatches from Constantinople to Overseas Nws Agency today. All Dinar the Iman of Darfour with a force of troops and 80' 0 camels is sr.id to be marching against the Britsh forces In northern Sudan. The British, according to advices are retreating hastily toward the Nile The ordinary cost or a Want Ad In The EI Paso Herald is 25 cents. It reaches an average of about 100,000 readers each Issue. 7t7..Y5RN ms&suA ummer STSWti1i5HS YOUTH IS UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH: INQUIRY STARTED a. ti, . . . 0..1 j-rmicisco. t-alir. May 8 a-entsi of the deDartm.nl ,.r ...7i. ......n.1! 1 lixl.. t'i... "-"'. "-" "" MlU HATCH AGAIN WINS ANNUAL MARATHON St Louis. Mo.. May C Sidney Hatch, running under the colors of the Illin ois Athletic club, Chicago, today won the annual Marathon of the Missouri Athletic association His time was 3 05 15. The distance was 25 miles This was the seventh time Hatch lias won this race. Woman With Husband Living May Be Head of Family Santa Fe. N M. May 8 The United State land office has ruled that under certain circumstances and conditions a woman can be the head of a family, even though her husband Is still living and may theiefore make a homestead entrv The judgment is in the case of Ed ward Ranev. a bartender, against Mrs. Viola Grtrude Cliett. involving an entry on 120 acres TO THE EAST On Salt- May 15th to Sept. 30th. TO THE WEST On Sale May 1st to Sept. 30th. Final Return Limit October 31st today to American c investigating claims to Clri7.en.tiln ,.r r ti t. Hunt, reported held under sentence of ?h i.iat hiSf"iI'0Te b' the British au-MUn7- Sta"-;nt is a son. n "a prominent Mexico City at- BUS j Calomel sickens! Don't lose a day's work! Glean youi. f Liver and Bowels with "rnriomv'0T;,.rn,. -"uv" o .ui vci- JLUI1U. Ugh' Calomel makes jou aide. Ifs horrible! Take a dose of the danger ous drug tonight and tomorrow you ma lose a day's worjs. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which causes nocrosls of the bones Calomel, when It comes into oontact with sour bile crashes into it. break ing it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you an sluggish and "all knocked out." if m ur liver Is toi pid and bowels const! patiil or vnu iMve headache, dizziness 11 'id tongue, if breath Is h.il .. if1'", ' """' ium tij .i spoonful of i -- i 'fulfill r?ih?n.? lr il !ot straighten jem vif2in?p rand make you 'eel fine and iS0!01",1 w,nt ou to go back to the r it-.- VH t "ur money, uouson s caromJ0!,"" det"ylng the sale of St!m .Huse It Is real liver medi ci ' ntlrely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. 1 guarantee that nn .nnnnfnl ne "VUBUIl H i.iva,. '..A.... I1I ..k ... Kluvn-i.iT ,, auiicj win put juur hiUffi !lveJ t0 work and lean Jour Dowels of that sour bile and constl- ,..u naaiff Wniotl l clmpo-lnfr said, of torney. RESOLUTIONS CONDEMNING TRADING STAMPS ARE PASSED Prot'eecHieCt0r8 of tIle Business Men's ;..ni c.Vve a860cation have formulated af.mni'T n.t the use of trading stamps by merchant members hands ST.?. wl" be PIftce" '" "" Sf7fc tne state association for uw tJ.hie """M'en in favor of a " ta?I 1 , w regulating trading stamp Issues RHIlMl.t CO.stl, LIUBHITZ AT IIAImiOHI2 IMJH.ThI) ciilw York' May 8 Carl A Ludtritz. oMctSf". CPnl,U.1 at aBltimore, wSTin: itr ni, bv...the fede "St-" der Cnfir S?d with al3ln& "ors3fvon ow !!? V1 man who has, by i.is fegedTe'""' '"""-"I '" ""veral al i.5!?,if?rman Plots to obtain a false rACHUCA IS QUIET; SILVER EXPORTS ALLOWED Washington. D C, May S. State de partment advices from Mexico City said the situation in and around Pa ehuca, in the state of Hidalgo, re mained quiet with no Indication of trouble. 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