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y n OTIS COLES HT! IP ILFJ IS firaill 5T1SFJ1 Accidentally Shot in Wrist While Hunting in Canu- tillo Neighborhood f is c Coles, of the real estate firm o' V P CJles & Bros., of El Paso, was ecrjjasly injured Saturday afternoon Dear canutillo. Texas, when an acci d r-tdl dirhaige from a shot gun he v i nine struck his left -wrist. mantling it Mr Poles was rushed t IT 1 itieu in ati automobile aocom T ' h Ins brotlieis P and Wal 'T t 1 who wen with him at the tin-6 of the accident. Mr Ctle it Is said, attempted to r e the shot frun to his shoulder to at some game, when t accidentally 1 wound was dressed kj Dr K. L at Hotel Xieu, after which Mr. was taken to his home, 1322 Mon- reet Monda morning Mr. colea Wholesome Comedy Gives Opportunities Which the Players Seize. The play's the thing and Miss Audra Alden is the play this week at the Texas Grand The vivacitv and piquancy of the little ingenue penades the entire corned of "Jerry," which is -wholesome and well written throughout. For the first time during the present engage ment. Miss Alden lias bad ample op portunity to show her abilit, and the opportunity did not have to knock twice. Her portraal of the little mad cap was refreshing and engaging Fred Seigel's work as the Britisher was a gem of character acting, and. Judging from the frequent laughter and ppplause. Mr Seigel "registered" lie did not make the part so spineless as to On-felt the interest nf the audience, but per cd to be in .in improved con- j created the impression that Peter Flagg .... ..., rn that I Richard Carlvle at, the fiance that BICYCLE THIFVFS BUSY- I proposed against than propos- DlUlv-LL, lninvco duoi I sincere work as the ! "straiirht lead" The other members of the cast gae adequate support, and the plav -was well staged The engagement of the lden plajers ends with Wednesday nighfs perform ance. There will be matinees on Tues dav and Wednedaj With the departure of tis troupe. El Paso loses a concern that, lewed mere ly as a business organization, has gien the people of the city at least 100 per cent of their monej's worth G C. EXCELLENT BANJO ACT IS A FEATURE OF CRAWFORD BILL i Alice Allison is a regular Paderewski I of the banjo She is one of the head i liners on the Crawford vaudeville bill 1 thia weeV and she can get as much mn.sir out of a banjo or several of them, for she uses several in her act i as anv bodj -w ho lias ever come aims this sa She is not a bit stingj with her work, either, for she responds to encores graciouslv Edgar and Eddie put on a novelty art that is full of furpnses and keeps the audience laughing all the time The start out as a pair of singers and end up with a whirlwind of tumbling and "foolish stuff"- that is as original at, it is entertaining The Kentucky Four, a quartet of soldiers from the Kentuckv brigade. entertain with some excellent singing I nigft iv THREE WHEELS STOLEN i 1hifs Hire busj Saturday jrd Sundav thefts of three in the business district being r d to the police department, L. Itjjs of 1707 East Rio Grande, sci his bicvcle. shortly after leav- on South El Paso street, Satur- lg-bt hile Andrew Bess, of the a- la apartments, also reported the of hi- bicjcle. E. Thaye. of 131 North Ochoa, d the aid of the police in locating M'D bicvcie Sunday morning U c'ltliii SPILLED FIRST VIIITI Mullinix's Nerves Were Bad Now Has Ten Pounds To His Credit. n T took the first drink of VI- j T w is so iervous that I T it j; it rig it to my mouth," stat- ' ' M c Mi I'mix. popular clerk re- GRiSUSTAHK ST THFJffill Famous McCutcheon Ro mance is Bill in Splen did Feature Film. The screen adaptation of George Barr McCutcbeon's work. "The Prince of Graustark." showing at the Grecian today anj tomorrow, loses little, if any, of its interest in the transition The romantic flavor persists and makes the picture vcrj enjovable Several mag nificent sets have beenused and well photographed The scenes on ship board are also cleverly handled. The exteriors are uniformly good, and the photography fine Robin, voung Prince of Graustark. finds that he faces a crisis in the his tory of his country He must either marry the Princess of Dawsbergen, hop ing thereby to get a loan from her royal father, or cede a portion of his smalH kingaom to izussia. lie reruses to do either Instead he comes to America to negotiate a loan and incidentallv to look for the romantic girl of his dreams The former he raises through the good offices of William Blithers, parvenu multimillionaire, who desires that the prince shall marry his daugh ter Daughter, however has a mind of her own and resolutelv refuses to meet the prince. She runs away to Europe and on shipboard Robin falls in love with the girl whom he believes to be the heiress In spite of the fact that she has been pitched at his head he decides to marry her. and after a series of adventures in Pans and at the capi tal of Graustark. he asks the fatal question. He then discovers that the girl is the princess he had scorned. The plot Is cleverly worked out, so that the audience is as much in the dark as the prince until the final scenes. To this end Marguerite Clay ton plays nicel. iter co-star is equal ly good.- -Adv it 111 North Oregon street. Mr numbers. of hundreds in El Paso n s f Hind new health and strength r r lous product of Nature. 1 - t Mt he was - sufferer of in- t r and nervousness and had had inhes. He was attracted to 1 - bv r. ports li. heard of what w doing for m-iv ri Paso people V ei -nv irst i.ottlp of Vitalitas erves have steadied down and I w feel th.-y are normal igain I eat " m its i dav ,uid the taste good. f tn.m gas on mi stomach and t ' i-' ling sierp good and wake Tto line li.u.r tnin I hav in manv 1 Mi stomail feels like a new r" d I lia gained 'en vonnds in - italttas it . wonderful medi- 1 'V it (litis is a wonderful medi- r - If is ature s supreme correi tive ft ' of alcohol and drugs, Manv c c ills sin h as indigestion rheu- t , ni-vous d-bilitv. liver ard kid- v li are spe. dilj overcome bv its - -- s?op in rodav and have a free M aid Ulk wit'i Mr Moser at rL Fojlard s Prus tore Also f hv TaiVrs Drug Store Las Cru ' Colnraiius Drng Store Columbus as I'rng Store Douglas, and Bis b T tig Stnre Bishee dv 1 Pntre. who onei s the lull, has a good voice .nd sings a number of catchv songs He also has a line of pittei that l). irgs numerous laughs be tween songs. Pictures open and close the perform ance, as usual. G A. M REAL COLONEL IS MANAGER OF MUSICAL COMEDY COMPANY Col J Ij. Davis, manager of Schus ter's "Musical Graces, ' is in El Paso in advance of the company . arranging for their first ippearance at the Texas Grand Thursday matinee in "A Prince toi a Da This bill will run for four davs The seat sale for the open ing performance is to opr n tomorrow at the Crawford Col Dims i a regular colonel, as he has held tlu title on the staffs of the governors of Illinois and .veorasKa. ill lomrh in firt received the title ecause of his dignified appearance, when a pag in the legislature of Illi nois. The coIoik 1 s lompanv will re in n here for an indefinite stav in musical corned v bills, changing twice weekly. CI. VII V KlVlnVI.I. lOl'NG. Clara Kimball . oung. the most fa mous screen star in the world, will be seen at the Alhambra today only, in a reissue of a picture in which she appeared at the Alhambra in March. 1915. This picture, now under the title "Without a Soul" was formerly called "Lola" and was an adaptation of Owen Davis s famous play of the same name. "Without a Soul," In which Clara Tvimhal Vnnnir is more Ihnn henntifiillx lovable, deals with a most interesting 1 question, namely the question or Hie after death In this photoplav. Dr Barnheeun contended that the soul did not escape from the body at death His life work was devoted to experi ments which might prove his theory. He finally bucceeded in bringing his dead to life, but it was by no means a pleasant accomplishment. It was the drama of life, and few there are who would care to undergo the experiences 1 mat were nts. n you nave never given serious consideration to the question of life after death. "Without a Soul" will set you thinking It will also thnP you. charm you and leave you tremendously entertained. Adv. The Quality Market "QUALITY FIRST PPICE NEXT" , Specials for Tuesday & Wednesday Only Home Drebsed and Drawn Ileus, Lb 23c Home Dressed and Drawn Springs, LI) 30c See LTs Before Buying Your Thanksgiving Turkey. Quality Market Tuesday & Wednesday nVItl.K WIIXIVMs TTIIE I1IJOL. Black-ed Betty Iloue s the leading woman, who Mas opposite the popular star. Karle Williams, in the ita graph (ompeny's special picture todav. The Scarlet Runner" lon"t mist, thi one Admission is 10 cents, children cents. Ifrrriitfrita Hat t An t Iia Fca nn v ! (ompan's cleer little actress, will be peeu at the Bijou tomorrow, also The Jehc: A eekl ." showing 'Penn.' na tional guard artillermen in artillery d'-ill at Kl Paso dv L Those who intend seeing "Jerry." the closing plaj of the Audra A I'd en play ers at the Teas Grand theater, either tonight. Tuesday or Wednesday night t matinees tomorrow and "Wednesday) are urged to secure seats in advance at the Craw ford box office, or make reser--ationtion by calling 39 C 6. Interest is unusually large, and no doubt x-apadty houses will prexail Adv H ICW AMCH VHLtL CII llM. "The Pawnshop, one of th.e Mutual Chaplin comedies will be seen today for the last tune at the Wigwam. This Is the next to the last Chaplin pictures issued. Tomorrow, the splendid film d'art. "The Dbt of Hate" is the bill. Reg ular prices S and 1 cents will pre- ail Adv. ! The EOASTS If Beif Shoulder X. C, lb Beef C huck, K L, lb . . .. Beef Prime Bib, K- I . lb Bi 1 1 Bump, . C , lb eal Shoulder, K C- lb al Loin, iv I, lb al Bound, K ( lb eal Bump. ( lb ...... V irk STioulder, v C, Hi ... . P..rk L.?, K C lb Pjrk Loin K C, lb Spring Lamb Le Iv C lb Mufton Lejr. not ia K C, lb .. too 12'2C 10c . 16c 16c ..lie ..15c ..17c 15c 17c 22c 20c 23c 20c CHOPS Pork Chopa, Ort- lb ZUc lT:. 12'2c Mutton Qiojts, best, rtA lb &uC Spring Lamb, 25 C Short Bib bteaks, Oft lb UC Beef Stew, the best, - f lb 1UC Veal Stew-, OC 3 lb ZOC Mutton Stew, - r 1 1 ib. 1Z;2C Spare Bib-", 1 j lb 1 c Fresh Pips Feet, f ib. .. ...., 10c Fresh Liver, 1 O IU lb 12V2C Frch Brain", c r set 12;2C Calf Tongues, " Ofl ib ZUc II.LII TtUsIIVl" M.VTIMiK. OninB to the cloinfr of'tha Audra lden players jt the Texas Grand Wed nesday night and the interest In "Jerry," there will be a special matinee performance tomorrow, Tuesday at 230. The admissiun -a ill be the same entire balcon at 10 cents and the first floor seats 25 cent-? Adv. I CHVUI.IC CIUI'LIN LMQIE. Mutt and Jeff and Charlie Chaplin will be on today s Unique program, to pi thtr with the rathe Weeklv and a Christie comed just about the best high class comedj made lion't forget to see "The Crimson htain iljstery to morrow Adv If it is Quality you are looking for, then visit the Oualitv farket. STEAKS. Kuuud Steak, K. C. quality, Lb 17c Loin Steak, Iv. C. quality, Lb 22c Shouldor Steak, K. C. quality, Lb 15c Our Gold Brick Butter is the best. Lb 45c (Tiiarairteed Eggs. Doz 45c Fruits, Fresh Vegetables and Nuts. Fresh Oysters received daily. Pt 25c; Qt 45c Quality Market GUI San Antonio St. Phone 1313 One block east of Citv Hall. PHONOGRAPHIC RECORDS USED TO FIND DEFECTS IN VOICES ! j Iowa City, Iowa. Nov. 27. When a ) music pupil or singer nowadas feels , tliat he is going off a bit in his singing and is "flatting ' some of his notes, but I still does not know exactly where the I trouble lies, all he has to do is to make ! a phonographic record of his -voice and then listen to it as the instrument plays I his song This is in accordance with ! the latest method of teaching musiojas en-plojed at the School of Music of the ! tnnersity of Iowa. . The method was originated by Prof. I 'vtilliam 1Z. Has, who sas it is quite I simple When a student begins oice j culture a record of his voice is cut. umer recorus are maue as ne pro gresses. When the professor or pupil wishes to study defects carefully or to ascertain how the voice is developing or what progress is being made, it is very easj to play the record on the phono giaph as many times ai ma be neces sarj. - , CAPT. GREET DOING WELL; HAS A MINOR OPERATION Capt V D Greet, countj clerk elect. I injured some time aso in an eleator 1 act ident, umleiwent a minor operation Ionl.t morn in? His condition, how ever, is fcatisfactor Customers Are Requested To Use Tlhe Sasi Antopio Street And Mesa Avemse EEfctFamces To New Bmldmg ifMur HBHBaBlBHMBBlHHHaMBBHVHB Corner Mra Avenue and Sin Antonio Street Private liranch Exeltar'ee 33M Mall and Phone Orders Promptly filled &"t!f 1 l i naiMisg Silver Cs p i yi 5?! a fSr& (r & & g aei i9 JTkxy w&oD Otflir Toy City jems Soon AMMERS lme been Doundinir and saws have been working to get L'i Paso's Greatest Christ mas Toy Store ready, in our new basement. And soon the children and grown-ups may come and see it in its new est. A real live Santa Clans will be here and will take the little tot's order for Christ mas presents. We'll tell you about it soon. All we ask is that you watch our advertisements iu the newspapers every day. NeedHeworK. Classes- THE gift which is one's own handiwork carries with it a message of real re membrance that indiffer ent or untrained art needle workers have the opportuni ty of making themselves skillful Ave have organized these classes each Tues day, Wednesday and Friday from .9 to 1 1 a. m. and 3 to o p. m.. for women and each Saturday morning from 9 to until noon for children, on the Mezzanine Floor. Instruction by a competent instruct ress the lessons are ghen without charge or obligation we. only ask that the materials be purchased here. "Royal Society" packages and loose pieces present a great ariety for the selection a much more complete col lection than will be possible later and with Christmas but a few weeks away it is none too early to begin prepara tions. (Third Floor) O O o hTWITh E place on sale Tuesday morning at 8:30 0ggp oclock, 200 genuine German bilver Handled Carving Sets Just in time for House wives who are getting ready for the Annual Thanksgiving Feast. Set consists of carving knife, fork and sharpener, made of best quality steel. These sets are worth far more than the advertised price, but as an extra special, we offer them while they last, at $2.45 each. (First Floor) nr il df?8'?- K uy ems For The TSiainiSiSEiviiiE' OUlv Thanksgiving Linen Event will continue until Thanksgiving Day. Although many lines have been greatly depleted, we still have a great number of exceptional values that mean money saved to you. Unmatched Pattern Table Cloths; Table of all Linen Xapkins at all prices; Cotton Table Damask bv the yard; all Linen Table Damask by the yard; Matched Linen Pattern" Sets; Hemstitched Table Cloths: Hemstitched Pat tern Cloth and Napkins; Values in Madeira Hand Embroidered Pieces; Spec ials in Towels and Towelings: Fancy Linens of all kinds: Table Linen Rem nants in sizes 2x2 yards and np to 2y.2 yards. "Wonderful values, at all prices. Supply yur needs now before prices ad aiu-e. (Third Floor) emm smi lemmj Day Proved Beyond a Doulbt jm ii i "iinnr ran TSiat This Evemit Is Wisely Planned one sreat- '7' (JUNG mothers, mothers of manv, own grandmothers, and fl "randmother, were here the first dav of this event. The store echoed "with the prattle of children, while mothers went from counter to counter inspect ing assortments and buying individual articles and complete outfits for them. It was a busy day and a merry "one. We heard no word of disapproval; all who came were pleased the children with the free Circos and Torpedoes to amuse them, the mothers with the fine assortments specially provided and priced for this event. Assortments will melt rapidly before the demand. So if you want some of these much needed children s things at very little prices, come Tuesday, o sunn other dav this week. We Call Yoof Attention To Displays In Ovlt New Windows On Mesa Avenue AH Charge Purchases Made The Balance of Month Will Be Entered On December Accounts! Buy Liberally! N E WS BRE VITIES MICA I. AND G EVER 4 I Adverllstmant. Train Hullriin. I beneath hi automobile at the foot of a Pacific train Xo 1. due at 1 " foot precipice over which the ma- is reported to arrive at I l nine nau icppieu saium.) ....... ,M1 other afternoon and i . , . , .. - ,,. cer car We own and drive our own cars. Plaza Auto Liverj 311 Mesa. Texas 10 so a ', 10 n night trains for today are reported on lime for today. lr. Innn Itrum. Buckler Bid. oer Elite otlcr. The members of the Robert K. I.ee chapter. U V. C,and of the John Brown ramp. Confederate Veterans, are re (.ueHted to meet at undertaking parlors of McBean. Simmons & Hartford, Tues ila moraine at 10.30 to attend the funerals of Mr Davis Johnston and of the widow of a Confederate Veteran Mrs. B. M. G Williams. Capt. II. F. Stacy. Try Jlr. Clark' Cafeteria, ?0S Mesa. Jack I.ondon'N he Hurled. Santa. Itoa. Calif, Nov. 2T. The ashes of the late Jack London, the author. who died uednesday niRht. Tterei buried Sunda on a hillside of his Glen I lien ranch. i Canitnllat Killed in Motor UrrrL. I Sawtona. Cahr. Nov S7 The body I of nennis Searles. San Francisco cap italist, was found near here Sunday I The Q At noon today, refresh the mouth and cleanse the teeth with Dr. Lyan'i For The Teeth Powder Cream A Standard Ethical Dentifrice Send 2c sump for a generous sample of cither Dr. Lyon's Perfect Dental Cream or Tooth Powder. L W. Lyon & Son., Inc., 582 w. 27th sun. y.chy Seven Shot In Car Attack. Philadelphia. ra Nov 27. n uni dentified man. armed with a large ali ter revolver and a plentiful supplv of cartridges terrorized the passengers in a trollev car in the center of the citv uixlsi enuaEed in a running fight with a sijuad of policemen and hun- 1 dreds of citizens and finallv was cap- j tured after he had wounded five of his pursuers and probably was fatallv wounded himself One of the pursuers was shot three times and is not ex pected to live Of the others, dui one was seriously hurt. Longnell Be careful or your baggage checks. Leave at Long well's. TeL 1 lrgeM Kconomy In Turkey h. Boston. Mass. Nov 27 Resolutions were adopted tv the Boston Tjpo- j grapnicai union auiiua uikul uuib , its members to refuse to buy Thanks- I giving turkevs at any price ami to is 9 little butter and eggs in Decem ber as possible as a protest against foml :nfwnl:i!inn- :Eat at Tickwick. 45 N. Oregon Too Hicli. . A call for an i Declares Kgg New York. Nov. 2 organized movement on the part of tho consuming public to refrain from buy- ing eggs ana thus unug aDoui a ream tion of the price' by decreasinjc the de mand, was issued Sundav night by com missioner Joseph Hartlgan of the bu reau of weights and measures He said experts insist that 2 cents a dozen is a normal price now for eggs that went into cold storage last spring at 20 to 32 cents a dozen. Dr. Bauch'rt. Dentist. Mills Bid; Ph. US7. GOLDEN STATE LIMITED SHORT LINE From EI Paso Kansas iitu 7 nrs. id mm Si. Louis Chicago Baltimore Pittsburgh Washington Philadelphia 65 New York Boston CITY TICKET OFFICE, Roberts-Banner Bldg. Phones 594 or 5851. TO 29 hrs. 15 41 " 35 44 " 20 65 " 10 55 " 55 66 " 33 65 " 24 67 " 26 70 " 00 New lork Charities. IX!KIR2!. New York. Nov 27 Financial as sistance which the government of the citv of Now York gives annually to charitable, religious, educational and kindred private institutions, amounts to approximately J13.902.629, according to a report submitted to major Mitchel bv Leonard M Aallanstein coi mis siont r of accounts lt at tavoy 0f. 110 S Stanton 2.IHH1.0OO rmentans and Brians iiled. w ork (v -7 Tw o million des titute Armenian Svnan anil Vssnan chustians have been aided ilunn: the past 13 months bv the American com mittee for Armenian and Syrian relief. it was announced here tonight. V fund of $2,018,902 has been raised to date Car lilts Vuto: Five Killed. Detroit. Mich.. Nov 27. Five persons fteir in-tantlv killed and another in-.jut-d Sundai when an Interurban trol ley car hit their automobile near the i.-ihen i itv limits. Our feid sti(ks to the nls hav grain, cottonseed nual and huh, best pr es VnllthvveNtrrn Fuel A. Feed to. Phones 1-4414 (double f jui -double four! dv. ; I Rubber Heels -35c 1 1 1 Enterprise Shoe and Leather Co. I 310 MCS 1 WE. H For quick results Ads. -X sc Herald Want Herald Want Ads Bring Results Try Oc aad B Csmrtaeesl.