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Old Time Features Brought
Out at Men's Club Service
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One Is Recovered Later;
Breck Home Is Robbed !
for Fourth Time. i
bandoned aftei the gasoline supply
had Riven out. a BuicK touring car
owned by 3. H. Cunningham, of 37IS
Cumberland street, which was stolen
Sundae- night, was found early Mon
day morning on Tornillo street, between
Third and lourth streets. The car had
lot been damaged, although the top is
slightlv torn, where the thief appa
eutli made efforts to put it down.
Tt was stolen from in front of the
Trinit Methodist church at Boulevard
and Mesa avenue about 9 oclock Sunday
night
A Ford touring car owned by K I
G lmore which was. taken from in
'-ont of the Trinity church Sunday
night, has not yet been recovered by
tt-a police
BRECK HOME ISENTERED
FOR THE FOURTH TIME
Burglar entered the home of Ir. L. '
M. BrecK lor toe rourtn lime in eigni
months Saturday night, and stole a
ynber of pieces of wearing apparel.
ic-.ide3 iOme aluable jcweirx. En
trance was made through the front
tioor with a pass key during the ab
sence of fir ' -t ' s fj.--'.
Miss Mary Payton. of 1 C Walnut
street, reportcii to the iKlue, Satur
day night that her gold watch had
been stolen while she was walking on
Mesa a-.cnue Saturd.i inrht.
n nvwc oat own.'d liv W J Pike, of
the Fisk apartments was stolen Ratiir- !
. night from a, laundry wagon near '
Missouri and Staiun stieetx i
do!fo Varela. o: 614 South Kansas, j
reported to the police Pundav that a j
suit of clothes had been Molen from his
ome during his absence Saturday
night.
Aguacates
LEVY GROCERYC
Removal Sale Now On
4 Cans No. 1 Tomatoes 25$ 3 Jars Mustard 25c
5 Cans Tomato Pulp 25 2lz Lb. Can Asparagus 2o
5 Lbs. Good Rice 25 4 Cans Chicken Tamales 25
We Will Move January 1st to 420 San Antonio Street.
Stock Must Be Reduced Trade With Us and Save Money.
Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 E. Overland SL
One Tottering and Another
Stupidly Drunken Soldier
Cause Trouble.
Norman II Veazey. of the III Pasj
Herald business office, would have been
shot by a drunken sentryman on the
Clint road Saturday night at about 11
oclock. had it not been for the in
terference of some of his friends.
Mr. Veazey states that he was driving
his car towards Clint, his passengers
being Claude Xicholls and Jake Shu
ford, and was halted about a mile .rom
bis destination by a Third Ohio guards
man apparently on sentry duty, but
intoxicated to a point of tottering. He
spoke a few almost incoherent words
to Mr. Veazej and then told him he
could go. or said something that sound
ed like that to Mr. Veazey.
cn llali.nl To shtiot.
A short distam e behind Mr. Veazy s
car was a truck driven by Howell
Nolte and carrying I:. M. RabbitU J. P
llusklnson. Frank liclsor. Ivan Crockett
and Klbert Flanpigan who were at
tracted by the drunken sentryman as
the latter had his gun raised and was
about to shoot at Mr. Veaze-. according
to Mr. Rabbit. Members of the truck
part twice stopped the drunken man
from shooting and the latter spurted
ut that "somebody has to take us to
Clint"
Inestigating as to who the other
members of the "us" party were, the
autoisth found another Third Ohio
guardsman ljing on the road in a
drunken stupor. It was with difficulty
that the two soldier were disarmed
and put into the truck, a half drained
bottle of whis-ky falling from the
second guardsman s pockets as he was
picked up-
The two guardsman were taken to
Your Thanksgiving Dinner
Will Be
A Success if You Place Your Order with Us.
SPECIAL HAND FED STUFFED WISCONSIN CEESE
Fat Turkeys. Ducks. Chickens. Fresh Oysters, etc
CHOICE CORN FED MEATS
SUCKING PICS.
Plum Puddings. Fruit Cakes. Malaga Raisins, White Plume Celery.
Eastern Cranberries.
CURRANTS SEEDED RAISINS
Full line Assorted Nuts Hickory, Chestnuts, Hazel, Biazil, etc.
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts and Pecans.
PURE OCTOBER CIDER
Stuffed Dates, Stuffed Figs, Glace Fruits, Citron Peel, Cherries,
Imported Figs, etc
ROSY RED APPLES JUICY BRIGHT ORANGES
Canned Pumpkin for Pies.
Highest Grade Canned Asparagus, Peas, Corn and Mushrooms.
TEA GARDEN MINCE MEAT IN JARS
Green and Ripe Olives. Major Grey Chutney. Mint Jelly.
Cranberry Sauce. Oyster Cocktail Sauce Nuts, Bon Bons and Chocolates.
M. J. B. Coffee
Royal Mint Sauce Melba Peaches. Marroons in Syrup.
After Dinner Mints. Full line fancy Imported Cheeses.
DAILY FRESH SHIPMENTS CHOICEST
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
SPECIAL NOTICE
We Will Close All Day
THANKSGIVING DAY.
WE CARRY IN STOCK
Goulds
Centrifugal, Triplex
and small hand and power pumps for every serrice.
Catalogs on application.
Don A. Carpenter & Co.
EI Paso, Texas.
OMPANY ggja
Roy raomas Is Appointed (
Sergeant to Take Charge
of Traffic Squad. j
Police chief B J. Zabriskie Monday
morning announced the appointment of
traffic officer Roy Thomas as sergeant
of the traffic squad of the local police
force. Sergeant Thomas was a member
of the Los Angeles traffic squad for
over eight years, and has been asso
ciated with the El Paso department for
sonfe time
He is thoroughly familiar with the
civil service s stem which is used in
L.os Angeles, and which mayor Tom
Lea is attempting to get for El Paso.
At present the traffic squad numbers
nine men. but this will be enlarged in
the future in order to take care of the
Increasing traffic in the business dis
trict. Arrangements are being made for a
meeting of the drivers of automobile
service cars of the city, to be held with
sergeant Thomas-and the traffic squad
for the purpose of discussing the traffic
ordinance. The date for the meeting
lias not yet been set.
the icinlty of the camp at Clint and
put out into the road. .the autoists
sparing them the consequences of re
porting them to their officers.
To Cure a Cold in line Iny
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa
ture Is on each Los. 23c
Flowers for Thanksgiving.
Fresh flow ers. corsage bouquets, dec
orations. D. C. Hartman. 117 Stanton.
Adv.
Casaba
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NOTICE
To All Water Users Both Inside and Outside the
City Limits.
Commencing Dec. 1st, 1916, all notices of water bills will be mailed
through the Post Office, therefore please leave jour correct address at
the Water Works Office. 420 Mesa Ave., or you will have to call for
your notice through the Post Office "General Delivery .'' Kindly assist
us by leading your address
Failure to gt notice of water bill will be no ecue lor non-ia
nient, water bills are due ten days after date ot lull
El Paso City Water Works
V
at First Presbyterian
Tli.- Puritan Th.anl.ssit .i- s" x
at First Prebtenan chinch l.i i
night, under the auspices of the Men s
club of the church, was. a great -u. ... s
from the st'.iQpoini of attendance, in
terest and results, lie people uc
met at the doors by the older membet
of the church who acted as usher:,, ex
tended the greetings of the ihurch and
looked after the comfort of the con
gregation geiiei ally. Another commit
tee of the club had pro ided appro
priate ilecorations of corn, pumpkins
and fruit, giving to the church a gen
uine harvest home appearance
Old llsmii Are !iinc.
Jas. A. Dick led the congregation
in a rousing song service of old hjniii
The Sunday evening chorus furnished
special selections and C J. Andrew
sang a solo.
I'rencl.r on 'Puritan Principle"'
The pastor, tl- "-v. C '.- ""-;r'' f'
preached on "Puritan Principles." lie
said that while there were main rnn--of
that olden day we would hardlj "-"
to have repeated in our present tlr-ie
anl while there were many purit.i i
ideas that to us are most undesirable. 1
still there were certain principle actu- ,
aling those sturdy men of old that w
might well emulate. Among these i e
mentioned their simplicity of life. then
hiirh .-nncention of life as dut and
their profound religious sense.
Tirst f n eries.
This Thanksgiving service was the
first of a series leading up to the first
of the year. Next Sunday night a
special musical service will be held
with C. J. Andrews and Jas. U. McNary
m charge. Special committees from
the club will have charge of the other
features.
177 D..U T-I M Pt,or
For Next Day's Issue
The print paper famine has struck
Mexico hard. In its issue of last
Monday. "El Pueblo." of Mexico Clti.
announced that it had no paper for tii
issue of the following day. and made
an open appeal to the railroad offi
cials to deliver the paper that had
been consigned to It, lest its reades
"find themselves tomorrow without a
copy of our paper."
NOTED SUFFRAGE LEADER,
MRS B01SSEVAIN, DIES
Los ngeles, Calif. Nov. 27. M-
Inez Mllholland Boissevaln. noted
beauty and suffrage leader, is de i '
he -e. Her death at midnight Saturday
marked the close of an illness which
began when the women's campaign
special train from New York reached
this city. Mrs. Boissevaln was one of
the campaigners. She had been in a
hospital almost from the hour of her
arrival.
Besides her activities for suffrage.
Mrs. Boissevaln was a social welfare
worker and a practicing attorney. In
Vassar. from 1905 to 1909, she was
known as the college beauty, and was
known to be possessed of wealth and
position. She nevertheless shunned so
ciety as such and devoted her time to
welfare work.
Arrangements were completed Sunda
to send the bodv of Mrs. Boissevain to
her home in New Tork tonlcrht for
4 burial.
Eugene Boissevain. husband of Mrs
Boissevain. Mr. and Mrs. John Elme
Milholland. her parents, and Miss Vida
Milholland, a lister, will accompany the
body east.
TWO ARE KILLED, FOUR HURT
IN TEXAS & PACIFIC WRECK
Fort Worth Texas. Nov. 17 In a
rear end collision on the Texas & Pa
cific railroad, near Strawn, late S in
day, two persons were killed and fo r
seriously injured The colliding trai: '
were the Sunshine Special, from Ll
Paso, and No. 4, from Sweetwater
The Sunshine Special had stopped a'
a water tank and No. 4. coming fro i
behind, crashed into it, killing V. V
Givens. engineer, and E. E. McGrew
fireman, both of Mingus, Texas Thrci
passengers and a brakeman on the
special were hurt. Mr. and Mrs. n
Brown. Knola, Ark.; Ed AVitherspoo:
Fort Worth, and J A. Taylor, brake
man, of Big Springs. Texas. It is -t-lieved
none wi'l die.
Passengers on the rear platform of
the special said they heard No. 4 ex
plode warning torpedoes placed a
quarter of a mile back by Taylor The
fram was estimated to be running at
20 miles an hour when the collision
occurred
MARFA GIVES UP ITS CITY
GOVERNMENT: OFFICIALS QUIT
Marfa, Texas. Nov. :7. Marfa's city
go eminent has been dissolved The
maor and councilmen have resigned
their positions and have retired to
private life and the old charter, under
which the cit government earlv in the
year had been revived, has been laid
aside again. The reason given for
abandoning the city government is- that
the municipal machine had been
dragged into politics and the city offi
cials uia noi care 10 oe mixen: up too
much in political matters, so they quit.
"olc. Tenement Owner.
I.ee Nemnan can get more money out
of your property, at a less cost, than
anvone else Ask his clients.
Phone 4501 905 V. S. El Paso.
(Advertisement.)
finn for Kent Allen Arms and Cy
cle Co.. 404 X. Oregon. Adv.
Kj-r trouble: See Braun, 612 Mills Bid.
Adv.
For the l--t feed and fuel phone .".SI
or 4444. !outhiTratrrn Fuel .t I'Ved
Co. Adv.
Bell-ans
Absolutely Remores
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Cash Store
No. 2
Corner B
levard an
Kuui St.
Phones 4340
mad 4341
INTERNAL REVENUE TOTALS
MORE THAN $500,000,000
Wellington. D C. Nov. 17. .V report
submitted by the internal revenue
bureau shows the receipts of the bureau
turned over to the government during
the last fiscal ear to have been
S5i:.7i3.2SS. or S97.0OO.OO0 more than
last ear.
Corporations paid J6,9i:,21 and in
dividuals J67.94J.5S5 on account of the
income tax an increase of almost
$18,000,000 for corporations and ?I7.
000.000 for individuals. There was an
enormous increase in collections from
manufacturers of cigarets. Production
of distilled liquors increased, and al
though output of fermented liquors fell
off during the early part or the year.
a steady increase followed.
"Boot legging." or illegal sale of
liquor, the report says continued un
abated and will continue until there is
a more hearty cooperation of local
officers in the various states. Evaded
taxes discovered approximate S50.000.
000. of this amount more than SILOOO.
000 was assessed as unpaid taxes, about
half being corporation taxes.
ANNUAL BANQUET OF THE
ROTARY CLUB FRIDAY NIGHT
Instead of being held next Saturday I
eieuiii. wiiriiic.j iii!n... .
nual banquet of the El Paso Rotary
club will be held Friday evening, prob
ably in Hotel Sheldon dining room.
It had to be set forward a day be
cause of the visit of former interna
tional president Frank L. Mulhollana.
who is to be here on the first and could
not remain over until the 2nd because
of a previous engagement In Houston.
Arrangements are now being made
for the banquet, at which Mr.iMulhol
land will be the principal speafker. Af
ter his talk, there will be a program
of entertainment by professionals, in
cluding performers from the Crawford
! and Texas Grand theaters, through the
' courtesy of manager E. F. JIaxwelL
II. It. Mccnntock. Joe wricnt. u. -v
Martin and Will R. Winch are in charge
of the entertainment.
HEALTH SQUAD GAINS
WEIGHT ON 40 CENT DIET
Chi(at,t. 111. Nov 17 After four
days of dieting, the 12 members of the
"health squad here had gained l
pounds in weight on a menu limited in
cost to 40 cents a day.
Here is todaj's menu:
Breakfast: Stewed apricots, corn
meal mush, buttered to.tst coffee.
launch. ll;iuuoin au , rat in. Harvard
beets, read and butter, cottage pud
ding with chocolate sauce
Trnnei fel.T soup, . innelon of
beef 'luiKivh pili bread ind butter,
apple il If i uid aiula -au tea.
Blight. tl. i
Colored arni-h
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Lauder Lumber Co.
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FOR YOUR
THANKSGIVING "EATS"
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Aft as- - Z w-aJS" ?
If WfTOw
Pay Cash
and
Pay Less
Fov Tuesday and Wednesday
Delivery
WE HAVE EXTRA FANCY
Blue Ribbon Turkeys
Dressed at 30c Per Pound.
from 6 to 20 pounds. Leave
earn. v e aiso iiae in our u.ti.r.cLc, iicm ,
Geese, Chickens, Suckling Pigs, Pure Pork Sausage Se
lect Fresh Oysters, etc.
AND IN OUR
Grocery Departments
Well, we can't begin to tell you. Just ask any one of
our salesmen. They will gladly tell you. We Avill merely
mention here that we have speciallv secured the finest
Celerv, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Parsley, Bell Peppers and
other" vegetables that money could buy in California.
We have fancv Eed Cranberries, Eed Apples, Juicy Or
anges, Xuts-Shelled and Whole Candies, De Luxe
Fruit Cake, Mince Meat, Plum Puddings, Pure Apple
Cider, Fancy Olives, both ripe and green, and Select Ta
ble Cluster Raisins.
Thanksgiving Dinner would be incomplete unless you
serve Chase & Sanborn's Coffee and Maricopa Butter.
Our Stores Will Be Closed All Day Thursday.
AT THE
STANDARD CASH StORES
You Pay Cash and Pay Less
Cash Store
No. 3
Corner Staa-
ton and
OTerlaad St.
Phone SS3
Cash Store
No. 4
407 North
Oregon St.
Phone S
5Z
DYSPEPSIA GOi! 1 1l,
GAS. S0UR1MESS RAPE'S DIAPEPS1W
Time it! In five -minutes
your sick, upset stomach
feels fine.
When our meals doesn't fit comfort
ably, or what ou eat lies like a lump
of lead in your stomach, or if you
hae heartburn, that is a sign of in
digestion. '
Get from our pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's Diapepsm and take
a dose Just as soon as you can There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested -food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullne i
ion iBSlIri
Thankful For Peace and Plenty
As we enumerate the main tilings 101 winch we should be
thankful, we are reminded that our t.reai Country is at peace
with all Nations that rnininj;. cattle raising aiid all other
southwestern resources are good and that business conditions
are splendid.
Thankful is everyone who lia- an acnit w.th t u First Na
tional Bank of 1 I'ao, where all debuoi.s -u . i..e and caru
a liberal rate of interet.
Your account is cordiallj united
4'o INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
The First National Bank
EL PAS O
Herald Want Ads Bring Results
SUkhE)
your order
.
Cash Store
No. 5
907 Ala
meda Atc
Phone ISC!
lieaw feeling in the stomach, naiiai a.
debilitating headaches, dizziness or i"-1
testinal griping. This will ail so. and,
besides, there will be no sour food left
over in the stomach to poison jcr
breath with nauseous odors.
Pan Dianenain is a re1 tain cu e
I for out-of-order stomach" lr. 'jse it
takes hold of your food and digests u
just the same as if oui tomu i
wasn't there.
Relief in five minutes from all sto. -
, ach misery i waiting for you at any
i drug t-tore
I These Ltrhe fiftv-cent .ases contain
i enough "Pane's Diapepsm." to keep the
I entire family free from stomach d s
I orders and indigestion for many
r- onths It belongs in jour home Adv.
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