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Monday, July ARMY OFFICERS CELEBRATE PROMOTION WITH A BARBECUE AND TWO DANCES m HE new army bill has not only . I given promotions to the officers -- stationed here, but has added life t" Fl Paso society for a time. Nearly all the second lieutenants of the Eighth cavalry were promoted to the place of first lieutenant, and since it is the custom in the United States array to c lebrate a promotion. It was decided to have a joint celebration because of the number. There are other promo i (ids besides those of the second lieu tenants, but the greatest number are Ji this class. on Saturday night at Fort Bliss, a barbecue followed by a dance, was the . Mebratlon enjoyed. On the point of be fort, in front of the Eighth cavalry i lnb house overlooking the city the a nd picnickers gathered and had the barbecue and program. The Eighth raalry band, led by Rocco Besta. T laved several concert and musical selections The Elks' quartet composed f T5. J Carson. Charles H. Armstrong, julms H Phillips and Tom Crutcher. ang several numbers. After the bar becue, dancing was enjoyed on the liwu, near the officers' quarters, where a canvas was spread on the grass. The Fightb cavalry band played for the dancing. Besides the officers of the Eighth cavalry and their wives, there were present the young unmarried officers arcl friends, officers of other regi jrents. members of the chamber or commerce and others. There were about 159 officers and civilians pres m t CoL Charles "W. Taylor, or the I ignth cavalry, commander at Fort El ss. was host for the evening. Another celebration. In the form of a concert and dance afterward, the result of the new army bill, was en ojed at Camp Cotton Saturday night. The officers of the 8eventh infantry -.ointly celebrated their promotions. The lawn in front of the officers' quar ters was hung with Japanese lanterns and electric lights. Preceding the dance, a concert by the regimental band was enjoyed. The dancing was done on the lawn and In the officers' f'ub Punch was served through the danclnir and later light refreshments were enjoyed. There were a few civil ians as well as army people present. Those present for the celebration were Col. and Mrs. Frank B. Jones, Capt and Mrs. G A. Dolph. Capt. and Mrs. Fred T Davidson. Lieut, and Mrs. Charles F. Coats. Lieut, and Mrs. Charles C. Drake, Lieut, and Mrs. Charles C Drake Lieut and Mrs. Oral E. Clark, Lieut, and Mrs. John ffK. Taussig. Lieut, and Mrs. Otto G. Pitz. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainsa. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sot- ton. Mr. and Mrs. 5. w. Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bratton, Misses Kaye Mves. Evelyn Jones. Margaret David son. Marlon Jones. Elizabeth White and rna. Lee Rlx: Col TredwellK Moore, MaJ Hanson Ely, Mai Thomas M. An derson. MaJ. Edward Sigerfoos, Capt. Lochlin W. Cafey. Capt. Carl C Jones. Lieuts. C. H. Wright. James R. Al fonte. Donald W. Strong. John C French, W. E. Morrison. Albert L. Pneed. L. a Churchill. T. H. Middleton. John H. Mendenhall, G. E. Stratmeyer, Fdward H. Bertram. J. E. Lewis. Theo dore K. Spencer and Vernon Lyman, Dances. On Saturday night at the old Country lub site a Jolly dance 'was enjoyed. 'The tennis court nearest the club ruins was strung with electric lights and merican flags. The temporary club building was also hung with flags. The flags were strung across the court from corner to corner. The sixth infantry oand which was seated in the center of the court, furnished the music of the vening. The band was secured through ilte courtesy of Gen. Geo. Bell. jr. Those present were Col. and Mrs. Joseph Gar rard. Lieut, and Mrs. Victor Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Zack T. White and Mrs. D. C Sntton Mr. and Mrs. William Walx. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Race. Mr. and Mrs. K C Davis. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Austin. Mr and Mrs A. E. Rowlands. Mr. and Mrs Charles RusselL Mr. and Mrs. Win throp Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Torres, Mesdames Anna Porter Krause. ' II. Leavell and William Allaire: Misses Floy Branhardt Mary Gates Redmond. Enid Ainsa. Agnes Stewart. Marion Moses. Valeria Garrard. Cleo Russell. Emily Kemp. Mary White. Kaye Alves. Alice Wulff, Lues Trippet Margaret Stewart, Sarah Bridsers and Beulah Brown; Capt. W. H. Cowles. Lieuts. Julian Barnes, Theodore Barnes, John Burr. Tim Reese and Robert An r.in, Messrs. Garnett King. Luckett Cochran. W. W. Carroll. Charles Brand berg. Jack Pryor, Robert McCarte. A. F. Kerr J. W. Curtis. Lewis Heep, Joe Worsham. Russell Price. Adkins Bow den, Allan Grarabllng. Carl Beers. Chas. Burrage. K. Owlsiey. H. L. MCMicbael. tt Manahan, J. Soloman and Sterling Blackstear. Xarrrn Hitmen sharpened. 401 7C. Ore gon St. Allen Arms & Cycle Co. Adv. PASO DEL NORTE Roof IS THE PLACE TO ENJOY A COOL, DELIGHTFUL EVENING. DANCING EATING REFRESHMENTS 8 TO 11 P. M. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Nadine Face Powder (In Crttn Boxcm Only) Keeps The Complexion Beautiful Hfr .. & v1vv IScnev back if not en tirely plemied. Nadine U pure and harm less. Adbtres until washed o Prevents aonburn and return of discolorationa. A minion delighted users prove its vslua. Tints: Fletn, Pink, Brunette, Whit. Br Toilet Ccnntm er Mail, 50c National Toilet Company, Paris. Tensk Jfyr SfTs5 Cannot Be Gained at Slight Cost ties for Safeguarding Yoir I ."i-Blea-B-B Phone lltelSHOf if i fnSTnTft jdi s b r Fl Paso 3, 1916. Cloudcrofl Notes. Cloudcroft If. M-, July 5 Jupiter Pluvius arrived in Cloudcroft and gave a shower in honor of July. Etery body was invited North Cloudcroft, cottagers, big folks, little folks, high and low, rich and poor, great trees and little grasses, bright flowers and dull weeds, wren. thrush, tana;:er, chipmunk, squirrel and horned toad. Everybody was delighted. Grownups grinned all through the entertainment and little children ran about clapping their hands and holding up their faces to the bright cool drops. Dank cur tains were drawn across the sapphire skies through the entertainment and orchestral numbers boomed in the clouds in Wagnerian intervals. It is said that Jupiter Pluvius In tends to give a series of showers in honer of July. Everybody is Invited: everybody receives favors and every body is glad of the arrival of the old rain king. .Mrs. W S. Tilton gave a tea in honor of Mrs. Gadsden Porcher and Mrs. Da vid Porcher. Mrs. Oliver assisted her mother in pouring the tea and little Joseph Oliver graced the occasion. Among the guests were Mrs. J. J. Hardy, Mrs. T. A. Falvey, Mrs. D. Howe. Mrs. E. P. Thornton, Mrs. Cox. Mrs. Greenburg, Mrs. Whlttaker. Mrs. Furlough. Mrs. Beecraft Mr. and Mrs. Gadsden Porcher. Mrs. Davis Porcher and Mrs. H. D. Slater. J. A. RuhL a well known St Louts man, is in Cloudcroft for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. L W. Foster are guests at the -Lodge." Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Hardy and Thula Hardy are at Cloudcroft Mrs. Hardy and Thula will spend the month of July here. Mrs. A. Rodes. who bad a serious at tack of hay fever is in Cloudcroft to recuperate. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gale were In Cloud croft for a short stay. Mrs. Van Wilson has brought Van. Jr.. and her baby up to Cloudcroft The baby has not been well on account of the warm weather in El Paso, but It is hoped that she will quickly feel the beneficial effects of the Cloudcroft air. Mrs. Wilson and her children are stay-J The Lodge and the cottages are all crowded with holiday seekers, as Cloud croft is. as usual, a popular place to spend the Fourth of July. Dr and Mrs. James Vance are spend ing a few days with Mrs. A. P. Coles. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. Waldran Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Deavltt and Mr. Brinker are spend ing the weekend and the Fourth at the Lodge. R. S. Moore, of the A. S. & R. com- pany. and Mrs. Moore are at the Lodge Mrs. Don Rathbunn, Miss Mary Lewis and Ward Worthington are tht guests of Miss Rebecca and Miss Anita Maetze. Mrs. J. M. Pollard came up to Cloud croft Saturday with her niece. Jose phine Morfit but was called back to EI Paso suddenly. Miss Irma Davis is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Leo Schuster, at the Lodge. Mrs. Schuster and Miss Davis will re main until Wednesday. Miss Vivian Shay, worthy matron1 of the Eastern Star; Miss Irene Stuart and Miss Fisher are spending the weekend with the tetter's aunt In Cloudcroft Ralph Pateman and Lemuel Smith are visiting Chester Wright for a few days. Mrs. Frank Seamon and her two chil dren, Catherine and Mary Virginia, ar rived In Cloudcroft Saturday. Mrs. Seamon will be In Cloudcroft for sev eral weeks. Jack Happer. who has just returned from Hotchkiss schooj, Lakeville, Conn., came to Cloudcroft Saturday. Mrs. Lily Howard. Mrs. C. T. Pelham and her daughter. Miss Rosemary Pel ham are in Cloudcroft Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Pelham will, spend the month of July. Miss Rosemary Pelham will, return to El Paso in a few days. " miss Evelyn Boone left for El Paso Saturday, after spending the month of June in Cloudcroft W. R. Chaplin. Jr., of Washington. D. C, is at the Lodge for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Madero and their son. and Mrs. LuJan and her three children are at the Lodge. W. H. Kraft spent the weekend at the Lodge. Earl Cochrane is In Cloudcroft for a few days. D. C. Fronden, of Rockwall. Texas: Mrs. W. L. Britian, of Duncan, Okla.: Mrs. K M. Riemsey. Mrs. B. M. Ouard, J. W. Reilf. R. E. Van Pelt Miss Birdie Buckaloo and Miss Mary Messimer are guests at the Lodge. The dance Saturday night was one of the most enjoyable of the season. It was well attended by both cottagers and Lodge guests. El Pecans Returning. Mrs. John T. Cameron, who has been vinitlnor tnr n ew w..L.. c. T ..- has returned to the city. i Mrs. J. F. Cain has returned after a month's visit at different points In the central states. While away she stayed a short time at Kansas City, St Louis, and Mammoth Cave. Ky. Mrs. W. H. Dodson, of MM Grant ave nue, has returned from a month's visit to Ocean Park and other California beaches. Mra Dodson reports manv El Pasoans at the beaches this summer and the climate delightful. Miss Nell Taylor, a teacher in the Beall school, has returned to the city after a month's visit at her home in Mt Vernon. Texas. She will be assis tant to Rev. J. F. Williams, of the First Baptist church, during the months j of July and August jurs. jiary xu. urew, wno uas ben taking treatment for rheumatism at Hot Wells, Arkansas, for the past six or eight weeks, has returned to spend the summer with her son John Drew, and sister. Mrs. Annie Leary. She is much improved. Weddings. Rev. Perry J. Rice officiated at a very quiet wedding on Saturday night at the First Christian church when he united in marriage Mrs. Bess Hennessy and Ed. Salverson. both of Orogrande. New Mexico. They left immediately for their future home at Orogrande. On Saturday evening at the home of Rev. J. F. Williams on Magoffin avenue. Miss Florence L. Davenport and Robert E. Petty were quietly married. IL K. Jones and Miss Emma Rogers attended the young couple. Rev. J. F. Williams, of the First Baptist church, officiated. They are both from San Antonio, Tex, and will make their future home at 101 West Boulevard. Phone EEEHESC lca EL About El Pasoans. V. A. Creed is a patient at Hotel Dieu. with an attack or heart trouble. G. W. Snider underwent a successful operation at Hotel Dieu last week. Mrs. Bishoff underwent an op eration recently at Hotel Dieu and is recovering nicely. If. M. lay lor. who has been a patient at Providence hospital, left for his home several days ago. Mrs. W. Wade is recovering from an operation at Koiston hospital, where sne has been a patient. Mrs. Homer N. VteliB, who underwen. an operation at Hotel Dieu a few dajs ago, is recovering rapidl. Miss It A. Davis, who has been at Providence hospital, has returned to her home after a bn-f illaesb. Mrs. W. E. Ward underwent an opera tion at Hotel lMeu on Thursday of last week, and is recovering nicely. Mrs. F. J. Nagle ana baby boy will leave 'lie hospital in a few days. They have ben paiients at Hotel uteu. Mrs. 11. Aiyers and baby boy, whj have been patients at Kolston hospital, will be able to leave in a few days. John T. Cameron underwent tv slight cperatlon on his knee a few days ago, at Kolston hospital. He Is revovenn;. Mrs. H. L. Young, who has been a patient at Kolston hospital, as the re sult of an operation, is recovering nicely. Mrs. M. Armer. who has been a pa tient at Hotel Dieu, has gone to Mm Diego. CaL, to remain while she is con valescing. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jones, both pa tients at Rolston hospital, have re turned to their home after sucessful operations. Mrs. D. Dawedorff and baby will bo able to leave for their home in a few days. They have been patients at Rols ton hospital. Mrs. Zeno B. Clardy is recotering from an operation she underwent very recently. She is a patient at Provi dence hospital. Mrs. W. M. Richardson and baby boy will return to heir home in a few days They have been at Providence hospital for a short time. Mrs. C. S. Ekard. who has been a pa tient at Hotel Dieu, is recovering rap idly. She will be able to return to her home In a few days. Mrs. W. H. Cramer is recovering rap idly, after an operation at Providence hospital. She returned to her- home Sunday, but is still weak. Mrs. Pearl Fridley. who has been confined to her home on Douglas street for several days, is doing nicely. She will be out In a short time. Mrs. T. H. Mahoney has been receiv ing medical treatment at Rolston hos pital for a few days and is recovering from ber slight illness, nicely. Tommy Thompson is recovering at Rolston hospital, where he has been confined with a broken leg. He will leave in a few days for his home. Mrs. Martin Ketchum, who was op erated on a couple of weeks ago, is re covering. She will remain at Hotel Dieu about & week or two longer. Mrs. Altha Ctithbertson is recovering nicely after a short illness at her home in Government HilL In alighting from the car of her sister. Mrs. T. H. Rogers, she fell and broke her right arm. She is resting easily now. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Miller are the parents of an eight and a half pound baby boy at their home. IMS East Rio Grande street He was born at S oclock on Sunday evening. Mrs. Miller, for merly a. trained nurse at Hotel Dies, was Miss Clara Kratz. El Pasoans Away. Mrs. T. J. Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Crutcher. of 1116 North El Paso street, left Sunday for Cloudcroft for a visit of two weeks. Alvin Ernest and Wilfred Swanson left Saturday morning for a trip in Cal ifornia. They will visit Los Angeles, oan uiego ana ban rranciseo. They will be gone about two months. Robert and Audrer Heffelfineer. chlldren of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Heffel finger, left Sunday afternoon on the Golden State for a visit of two or three months with relatives in the east Miss Anna Patten, who has been vis iting her brother and sister, Lieut and Mrs. George F. Patten, at Fort Bliss, for some time, will leave this evening for Los Angeles, where she will visit for a couple of weeks. Mrs. Charles Wlnberg and son, Charles Winberg, Jr., left Sunday night for east Texas, where they will visit for the remainder of the summer. Her two daughters. Miss Anna and Emma Wlnberg. will Join them at San Angelo, Texas, about the first of August Mrs. D. C. Kinney and daughter. Mary Elizabeth, left Sunday for Michigan, where they will visit Mr. Kinney's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. M. & Kinney, for the summer. On their return trip they will stop at New Orleans. Houston, San Antonio and other east Texa points, before returning to El Paso. Miss Dorothy Ormsbee left Sundav afternoon for California whr ka will visit Mss Vonia Bray, at Long Beach. Miss Ormsbee is the daughter ? J,,r-.?nd Mrs- J- J- Ormsbee. Miss Jonla Bray, who is with her parents, ra?5 Mri a - Brar wt return to El Paso about the middle of Septem- Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Parker were host and hostess at a farewell dinner in their apartments at the De Witte on T, '; "r- ." - i-arker will, leave in a short time for Arizona. P19MM IT... 1.1 , .. .wfc v.!.. .V"" lvr n,no o'ners. Those .uc", "I? nost and hostess t?. riS' $,.V Daris- Mis"es Eddie -Yn,UPavls- Messrs. A. M. ? iS" Weber- H o Complimentary to Miss Anna Patten. P.60'-and Mrs. George F. Patten en" talned with a farewell dinner, at ihtir home at Fort Bliss, on Sunday evening! ?if?e,htaMe, ,n, 8ilver """em were ?VfJ. H"e onlr delations ed. Miss SJ!?n .,s leavinB- hl evening for a f.rt, 8ta,5 ,n Callfornia- Place, were l r Peo,pleL Tho,e Present were CoL and Mrs. Joseph Garrard, Capt and Mrs. George C Barnhardt Capt and S.?I1"5frhofr-.L'eu.t--and Mrs. cushman fiW. Irs- v'cor Foster, VaSrf, nL.arnhardt- Ju,,a Tat. X2iV n?a,r!YA Anna- Pa". MaJ S" a;-r. "-"suorne. uapt James T. RSgeV rfre ' Kratrlck. Lieut t rS" . Ha"z. Robert F Tate MnnVI"'' Welton 1L Modisettl andcnaru" "" " "" Automobiling. M4-. anil Mrs r t? .. .... ,, ,i -, i.r" -iMau ana tneir S,eSf' ,MrS- E' ,R hitman have re turned from a four weeks overland xH?.in i""!!11 a5d New Mexico. They visited the Grand Canyon and other points of interest while away Miss Agnes Donahue was the guest ?L Snfi-at,.a.raoon.Hht D,cnc down w, a.U2Lla,8t "! M,s Donahue left Sunday for California. The pic- werer!k. lo.ncn 'h them and went down in two cars to the picnlo KTVlft".. be,P? the Fw Y" Conn , l f!er PJ-nS their lunch danced? Tsleta. where they Parties. The "Oakland" base ball tem were the guests at a watermelon social by their captain. Robert Elmore, at his home on Wheeling street on Saturday night Games were played during the evening and vlctrola music was en Joyed. Those present were Billy guirre Oliver Olsen. Ivan Scotten. Hugh Mc Kemy, Tom Johnson. John Richardson. Sidney Cohen, Andrew Cohen. Fre-1 Snider and the host. Mr and Mra . H. Elmore, their mother. Mrs K M Burdick. and Mr and Mrs. IL M. Gil lespie, assisted the young host enter tain his friends. PASO HERALD Cards. Mrs. J I Driscoli was hostess at a surprise part and shower at her home on Nevada street on Saturday morninp;. complimentary to Miss Gladys Ronan, a coming July bride. Yellow and white f loners and Shasta daisies were in vasts alout the rooms. Brass candle stick and white shaded candles were another decoration. These were tied with tulle in the color scheme. In the center of a larfee lace table cloth was a brass basket filled with daisies. The handle WHs tied with yellow tulle. Sur rounding the flowers were a number of shaded burning candles. Two tables of Miss Ronan's friends were present and they played 5W. the high score be ing won hy Mrs Jack Ronan. Mrs. James L Jordan won the cut prize. During the ice course at the close of the morning, the hostess entered car rying a towel rack tied with a bow of yellow and white ribbon. It was al most coiered with pretty crochet edged and embroidered towels, all gifts of the guests Those present wer Misses Gladys Ronan. Alma Savage, Grace Gra, Dixie Fassett Bessie Gil son. Mesdames J. J. Murphy. J. T. Cain. Jack Ronan. A. W. Liefgreen. James I Jordan. S. V. Savage. C. V. Becker and the hostess. Mrs. Maurice Schwartz was hostess on Saturday afternoon, at her home in number S. Rosemont apartments, at a bridge party, in honor of Miss Ruth Schwartz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. Schwarta. who has recently returned from California, to spend the summer. Through the different rooms were tall silver vase filled with pink and white roses and silver candlesticks with pink and white candles and shades. In the center of the table in the dining room was a silver basket filled with roses, also in the colors. Around the basket were silver candlesticks with lighted and shaded pink and white candles. ' 1 Fruit punch was served during the games. Bridge and bunco were played through the afternoon. During tne two course luncheon, served after the games, the guest of honor was pre sented w ith a guest prize and the prizes for the games were given. In bridge. Miss Cleo Russell was winner for high score, and Mies Frances Earl won second prize. Miss May Kranzthor won the first prize in Dunco ana .miss Katherin Pfaff won the consolation prize. Miss Louise Blumenthal assisted Mrs. Schwartz in entertaining her guests. Thoe who enjoyed the after noon were Misses Ruth Schwartz. Mar garet Schuster, Dorothy Williams. Dorothy Vollertsen, Birdie Krupp, Mar garet Amstater, Katherine Pfaff, Frances Earl. Cleo Russell, May Kranz thor, Jane Burgee-. Henrietta Jacobs, Anna Magoffin. Enid Ainsa. Marion Ainsa, Blanche Lefkovitz, Ethel Craw ford. Katherine Dick and Helen Stewart Out Of Town Visitors. A. J. Layden. of Dallas. Texas, Is still a patient at Hotel Dieu. C. S. Mullln. of Oklahoma, is ill at Providence hospital with rheumatism. He has been ill for some time. C. A. Walls, of Bridgeport, Conn, left for his home on Saturday, after a slight illness at Providence hospital. H. L. Hand, of La Mesa. N. M.. is get ting well rapidly at Rolston hospital, where he has been a short time. Mrs. J. F. Metcalf of Pearson, Artx, is doing nicely at Hotel Dieu. where sh - has been a patient for a week or ten days. Mrs. W. A. Colman, of Tularosa. N. M, underwent a slight operation at Prov idence hospital last week, and Is im proving rapidly. Mrs. Manuel Prleto Is still a patient at Providence hospital, where she un derwent a slight operation. She is the wife of the mayor of Juarez. Mrs A. J. Jarrett of Mesquite. N. M. who has been a patient at Provldenc hospital for a couple of weeks, as the result of an operation, will be able to return to her home in a few days. J. Z. Means, a cattlemean of Valen tine. Texas, is ill at Hotel Dieu. where he underwent an operation a few days ago. He is recovering nicely and will be able to leave in a tevp days. Mrs. Bernadine Fleckles, and sob. L N. Fleckles, of Memphis. Tenn.. are vis iting with Mrs. Fleckles's aunt Mrs. Horace J. Place, at her home in Morn ing Side Heights. Before returning to her home about the first of October, she will also visit with her cousin. Mrs. W. E. Orr. at 1317 East Rio Grande street Miss Ethel Brown, daughter of J. W. Brown, formerly of El Paso, but more recently of San Diego, is seriously ill at the home of her father in Galveston, with typhoid fever. Mrs. Brown and her son. Edgar, passed through a few weeks ago to join Miss Brown and her father, at their new home in Galves ton. ICE CREAM SERVED TROOPS ON GOLDEN HILL BY CITIZENS Two freezers full of ice cream, with plenty of cake to go with it were presented Saturday evening to the bat tery of Fifir field artlKery stationed on Golden Hill by residents of the vlcnity. The refreshments were served to 75 officers and enlisted men by Mr. and Mra L. S. Olasei. Mr. and Mrs. r. M. Tounsberg. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Kerr and Miss L. Kerr, assisted by Misses Mary, Marian. Helen and Ruth Kerr, Josephine Kluttz and Rosemary Glaser and oy Robert Kerr Officers and men expressed their appreciation of the courtesy. IRISH LEAGUE ACCEPTS PROPOSAL OF SETTLEMENT Dublin. Ireland. July J The national directory of the United Irish league met todav with John Redmond presiding and agreed to accept the proposal made by David-Llojd-George for a solution of the Irish question HUSBAND SAVED HIS WIFE Stopped Most Terrible Suf fering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. Denison, Texas. "After my litUo girl was born two years ago I began suf fering witn leraaw trouble and could hardly do my work. I was very nervous but just kept drag ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do my work. I would have a chill every day and hot flashes and dizzy spells and my head would al most burst. I got where I was almost a walking skeleton and life was a burden to me until one day my husband's step sister told my husband if he did not do something for me I would not last long and toWhimtogetyour medicine. Sohe got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound for me, and after taking the first three doses I began to improve. I con tinued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since. I feel that I owe my life to you and your remedies. They did for me what doctors could not do and I will always praise it wherever I go." Mrs. G. O. Lowery, 419 W.Mon terey Street, Denison, Texas.- If you are suffering from any form of female ills, get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and commence the treatment without delay. I llllltlMIMIIIIiilHIMI 11 SJh H HAL PSISEICE Washington D. C. July 1 V bill to establish -. national park service with a comprehensive system of supervision and a bill to accept from the state of Oregon exclusive Jurisdiction over the Crater National Park, were among measures passed today by the house. MEXICAN BOY DOCKETED AS "FIREBUG" BY POLICE Tom Seprado. a Mexican boy. wis arrested on South Kansas street by mounted officers at 1:M oclock Mon day afternoon, while attempting to build Ji fire under a small Mexican church. Two other boys who accom panied Seprado escaped before the arrival of the officers. Seprado was taken to the city Jail and confined on a charge of being a "fire bug" and "attempting to set fire to a church." He will be tried before judge Charles Pollock this afternoon. EL PASOAN WINS BRIDE IN MESILLA PARK, N. . Meailla Park. N. M.. July 3. Friends of Miss Thelma Coman and Ray Jones of El Paso, were given a surprise when Miss Coman became the bride of Mr. Jones in St James Episcopal church at this place. Rev. Hunter Lewis performed the ceremony. After the wedding Mr. Jones and his bride went to Las Cruces. where a reception was given in their honor by Mesdames French and Woodson, at the home of Mra French. LANSING ASKS $300,000 FOR BRINGING OUT CITIZENS Washington. D. C. July 1. Secretary of state Lansing todsy asked congress for $306,000 to be used in getting Americans out of Mexico. He said available funds had been exhausted nnd It is highly desirable that every citizen of the United States be brought out COUNTY JUDGES APPEAR BEFORE DALLAS GRAND JURY Judge Adrian Pool has returned from Dallas, where he was before the grand Jury. Judge Pool stated that he was not at liberty to disclose the nature of the investigation that was made by the jury, but said that nine or ten other county Judges -were before that body $125 WINDOW BROKEN; L. M. GUTIERREZ HELD BY POLICE L. M. Gutierrez is being held In the city jail, charged with breaking a plate glass window valued at 11 IB in a small grocery store at J17 West Over land street Gutierrez was caught and held by employes of the store until the arrival of mounted patrolman J. R. Statham. TWO SMALL KIIlES, BUT LITTLE DAMAGE MONDAY Fire, caused by the burning of a quantity of papers near a board feace, caused an alarm to be turned In Mon day morning at 10:45 oclock from 1501 California street Very little damage was done, only a few boards being scorched. Ignition of a small quantity of gaso line In a tub in the rear of 201 West Rio Grande street was responsible for an alarm at 9:5S oclock Monday morn ing. No damage was done. NEWS BEEVITIES. (Advertisement) Train Bulletin All afternoon and evening trains are reported on time for today. Dr. A. T. Still. Osteopathic Infirmary. Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief. 21 W. Missouri St Phone 1606. Italian Credits Approved. Rome, fltaly. July t. The chamber of deputies approved today almost unani mously the provisional credits which will cover the period up to December 3L Watch Bepairinc Cartfci & Kinr. US Texas. Cut Flowers. Thornhill, 25 X. Stanton. Woman and Babe Drown. Pendleton. Ore, July J. In a cloud burst which swept over the Butter Creek district near Echo. Ore, Satur day night Mrs. M. C. McCabe. wife of a rancher, and ber infant child were drowned, according to word, brought here. ' Dr. Chenoweth, Dmittot. X. B. BUc. Ph. 6. Eat At Bolton's. 218 N. Stanton. Lynching Show Decrease. Montgomery. Ala, July X. Records kept at the Tuskegee Institute show that there were 2 lynchlngs In the United States during the first six months of this year, compared with 14 for the same period last year. Two whites and ii negroes were mob vic tims. rreieet Tour property with sound insurant, w. F. Payne. Ascela Hotel. Pheae ltS. Uoat Capalzest Bodies Recovered. Denver, Colo.. July X The bodies of a man and a woman. Identified as W. D. Mills of Sanborn. Iowa, and Miss Emma Dye of this city, were recovered today from a small lake in an amuse ment park In Jefferson county on the outskirts of Denver. The couple had been missing since Friday night and it is thought they lost their lives when the boat in which they were rowins; capsized. EI Paso Distilled Water Co, Ph. SJ. Henry la For Wll.on. Washington. D. C, July J. Francis J. Heney. of California, a leader of the Roosevelt delegates to the Republi can convention in 1912, and afterward active in organizing the Progressive party, telegraphed president Wilson Sunday that he would work actively for the president's reelection. "S Kodak FlnUhlnr De Lm' Crce paper. Pro fessional work. I'boto shop. Scott-White & Co Dr. Jordan Addresses Kdueators. New York. July 3. Several thou sand educators from all over the United States are here today to attend the convention of the National Education association. Dr. David Starr Jordan, ice president of the national associa tion, called the first general session to order this afternoon. Dr. Anna Ream, -Buckler BM. over Elite. Try Mr. Clark's Cafeteria, MS Mesa. Colorado Ilnnlc Commissioner Ousted. Denver, Colo, July 3. E. E. Drach. Democrat was ousted from office as state bank commissioner and Grant Mc pherson, Republican, given the office today under a decision of the state su preme court Lonmrell Be careful of your baggage checks. Leave at Lon swell's. Tel T. Dr. Banchert, Dntlt. Mills Bldff. ?h. 9S7. Prominent Coast Merchant Drorms. Long Beach, Calif., July X Julian Liebes, president of the San Francisco Retail association, met his death here Sunday by drowning while surf bath ing with his son, who narrowly escaped a similar fate. Quality Groceries. Valley Grocery Tel 413-13S Dr.Ebert, dentist 216-21S Mills Bids. "Why Not See the recent importation of silk, linen and wool zarapes at Beach's Art Shop, City National Bank Bldg Adv. PLAYERS MT: ARE PEHUZED 4 hicazo. 111.. Julv 1. Presiden" I Johnson of the American league today indefinitely suspended manager Grif fith, of the Washington club, manager Carrlgan of the Boston club. George McBride. shortstop of the Washington club, and Sam Agnew, catcher for the Boston club, for participation In the fight on the grounds of the Washing ton American league club Friday. 1 No Prosecution. j Washington. D. c. July 1. A police I court airing of the "!ean ball" row be tween the Washington and Boston American league ball players w j avenea loaay wnen .iars: oruiiin, Washington manager, refused to prose cute an assault charge against Sam Agnew, Boston catcher, wno hit him on the nose during (he fight which inter rupted Friday's game here. Carl Mayi withdrew his request for a warrant against George McBride. captain of the Washington team, who threw his bat at the Boston pitcher after being hit by a pitched ball. PLAN TO KEBTJILD DAMAGED TOWNS New York, July 1. A plan for the combination of the largest war relief organizations in the country for reli-f In Europe and for reconstruction after the war. starting with minimum re sources of tlO.tOO.sD6 was announced today at the offices of the American commltte representing tha Interna tional Construction league. This league plans to rehabilitate the de vastated parts of Europe, to rebuild towns and furnish homes for the home less. The American committee of the league has as its honorary president. Chas. W. Eliot. It was stated, and in cludes in Its membership five state governors, four United States senators, ten heads of American univerities and colleges, editors, bankers and mem bers of relief organizations. Permanent peace is the aim of the organization. $636,591 TURNED BACK INTO TREASURY DEPARTMENT Washington. D. C. July 1. There was turned back into the treasury Just , sus,asi saved doling the last fiscal i year !n the purchase of sites and on construction of buildings through the policy of limiting expenditures to the requirements of a community rather i than using of any sum appropriated by ' congress. Just 192 new building were completed during the year. j $1,6-13,500 IS ASKED FOR j miLiiiA mAimnt uuns Washington. D C July 1 Appropri ations by congress of Sl.g4J.59 for equipment of national guard units with machine uns. H,I1S,37 for land de fence arn.ainent. armored locomotives and for protective measures in the j Panama canal zone, were asked in esti mates submitted by the war depart ment i SAY BRITISH SUBMARINES i ARE RULING THE BALTIC) London. Eng, July 1. British naral I men here on leave after a period of j participation in submarine operations in the Ealtic. speak enthusiastically of i the success attending their work, says j the Star's Edinburgh correspondent. j "We imposed an Iron rule in the Bal- I tic." said one petty officer, "and the I Germans are now beginlng to feel the full effects of It in a terrible draught upon their larder. THREE NEW YORK REGIMENTS WONT COME TO BORDER NOW New York. July 1. Under new orders issued today at department of the East J neauquaners oi me I'nuea aiates army, the 4"th. gth and 10th infantry regiments are not going to the Mexi can border it this time. SETTLEMENT FUND GOI.ll REACHES Jli3.000.0Ori Washington. D. C, July 1. Gold held in the settlement fond of the federal reserve board today reached JlSi.. M. a new high record. Of this. 1112, 8St,M belongs to the federal reserve banks and will serve as the basis of tha national clearing operations to be Inau gurated July IS. i&M Correct LiKeness Natural Express! a xa Easy Pose Perfect FiraisH-- k what you want in a photograph. We concentrate our efforts on the production of Photographic Portraits of high quality. During the thontk of July a FclJman Photograph can be had for $3 a dozen a real $6 value. Make an appointment for a t ting, pkase. DANIELS FAVORS n if pii Washington D C, Julv 1 Fo-m-il approval of the increased navy build ing program recommended by the sen ate naval committee in amending tho annual appropriation bill passed by th.j house was given In a statement issued today bv secretar of the navy Daniels. The committee, besides framing a program calling for four dreadnoughts and four battle cruisers next year, wrote into the hill a provision for com pleting within ir e ars the gen eral hoard's plan t.i a M IS capital ship? before 1'-'. 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