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"Week-End Edition, Mav 19-20, 1917. 11 -,i$
Tho Forum Debatirg society had a
l-aride and moonlight picnic up the
alley Friday evening The party
f rst rode to Canutillo. where thej
e their basket lunch, which each
guest carried. Then they rode to
nthony before, they turned around
o return home. Those In the party
were Missus Helen DePue, Nellie
Smith. Margaret O'Conner. June Cov
ington. Mary Kelly, Myrtle Beding
iietd, Irene Railstrom. Lavinia, Kuhn,
Dorothy Vollertsen, Verna Aultman.
Mildred Undauer. Vlneta Undauer.
"uth Rawlins Kussell Mills. John
Savage, Gus Sellgmann, Byron Stolo
rolt, Geui Donahue. Ourv Jackson,
Fills Wingo, Arthur "Wheatley, Arthur
Hathaway TV'Ulam Cables. Hiram
Duncan, Russell Ramage, Hester Mac
DJlllan I Gooclman, Mott Rawlings.
Mrs. J A. Kawlings was chaperon.
El Pasoans Away.
Mrs. Otto Roger Armstrong will
Ieae for Coronado Beach the earn
TO APPEAR HERE
pfiSr?odnHSfnSSSdW! Musical Comedy From Los
Angeles En Route East,
for Topeka. Kan., to isit her mother
She expects to be gone about two
A jolly 5artj went to Cloudcroft
Saturday to spend the week end. Mr '
and Mrs. TV. J. Freeman chaperoned
the party. Those in the party are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Krakauer, Miss Jeane
Parker, Miss Doris Freeman, Miss Iu
cile Hailan. Miss Julia Pool, T. Gaines
Hawkins, Raymond Allison. Richard
Freeman and Donald Hart. Miss Jcane
Parker is the house guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Claiborne Adams left Friday
for San Antonio to be present at the
marriage of her sister. Miss Starrow
SmIJh, to Edward Cassin, which takes
place June 4 at San Antonio. Mrs.
Attains will be, the matron of honor
and Miss Sarah Bndgers will be one
of the bridesmaid. Miss Bridgers
will leave eorae time next week for
San Antonio to attend the wedding
and after the wedding she Intends to
go to Austin to attend the commence
ment exercises at the university.
"We have Just received a shipment
of White Onion Sets. Price 35c per lb.
vn ta sd Co. 533 San ntonIo.
1 Blk. E. City Hall and. Court House. . nificent
Booked For El Paso.
During the month of March the
municipal officials of the Hawaii is
lands had a convention at San I"ran
clsco and their Itinerary for the trip
included Los Angeles. During thfir
stay there, the producer of "Hello
Hawaii" extended them an invitation
to see the musical play at the Bur
bank theater, where it had a record
run of five weeks. They were loud
in their praise of the wonderful ac
curacj displayed in depicting the va
rious scenes of the islands. Every
detail has been carried out and to one
familiar with the islands it actuallv
borders on reallt, it is said the surf
board race, the beach at Wat Kl Ki,
the Palo and others, including an ac
tual volcanic eruption.
The songs exclusively written for
"Hello Hawaii" are tuneful Hawaiian
mclpdies. The company, composed of
a large cast and a score of pretty
girls, costumed in silks and satins,
is said to render tne songs in majr-
lashion. AI iieewen, tne
OVE and laughter com
"brae to form a spark
ling comedy in this new
Walsh picture. If you Med
to see'it yesterday by all
means see it today. George
Walsh is at his best and
that is a "BEST that no
one can beat. It is a Wil
liam Fox production.
Last Time Today
Muriel Ostriehe and Arthur
J THEATRE U
All Box Srat. . .......TSo
Entire Loirer Floor. ...... SOc
Entire Balcony ..........35e
Adv. , manager, has booked several weeks
I In California before the opening en
gagement at New York and Chicago.
' Charles Alphln, the producer and au
thor of all the lyrics, accompanies
this aggregation during the tour.
"Hello Hawaii" is booked to play
i at the Texas Grand theater for four
i nights and two matinees, starting
next Thursday nignt. May It.
LOCAL AXD GENERAL
All afternoon and night trains for
today are reported on time
SpanUh In a week, 50c. Ideal Book
Store, 306 bo El Paso St
Furniture Man Mnk.ru Chance.
Roy Kelley, who has been connect
ed with the Foutz-Moore Furniture
Company for the past three years,
has severed his connection with this
store and has purchased an interest
in the Rio Grande Furniture Com
pany of 211 South Stanton Street.
Mr. Kelley is well known to the fur
niture trade in El Paso and has a
host of friends who will find him
ready to serve them at his new place
Dr. Taul Kiffney, Surseoa. 212Itobrt
Banner bide Ofc. ph. 13IJ. res., S446.
Garment Worker Protef.
Chicago, 11L, May 19 Copies of
resolutions protesting against sub
sidizing garment manufacturing
plants for the exclusive use of the
government, adopted by the National
Association of Garment Manufactur
ers were forwarded to Washington
today The resolutions urged the
government to treat with the asso
ciation for all government contracts
in order that that organization may
guard against congestion of the in
dustry Try Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria, I0S Mesa.
"Woman Found Dead In Chest.
Cheyenne, Wyo May ,19. The body
of Mrs. Mary F. Rath, wife of a
railroad fireman, was found locked
in a large chest in her home here
late jesterday after scores of towns
people, led by her husband, had
searched for her for the last II hours.
The lid of the chest locked auto
matically when closed. How Mrs
Rath got into the chest is unknown
Mrs. Rath was 10 years old.
stanas the test.
charged with combining to fix fuel
prices in violation of the Valentine
anti-trust law, returned a erdlct of
not guilty this morning.
Dr. Banchert, Dentist Mills bide. Ph. 4357.
CnllfornUnn Feel Quake.
felt here at 10 50 oclock last night
The first shock was followed by a
slighter one an hour later.
Dr. Anna Beum, Bucaier bids-, over Elite
Prenbyterlana To Meet In Dallas.
T.min in M. 19 Members of
is. Houses I the Cumberland Presbyterian church
... . . zi -. -..., -.. ,.-A tn rrtv tithes one-
were rocKea ana ouwra uuu wiiiuu wco m.w ..-, . -----.-
shaken by an earthquake which was tenth of their incomes by speakers
at the general assembly of the
church here last night. Dallas, Tex
was chosen as the place of the 1318
convention to be held May 17-13
Representative Comxtoefc Dies.
Washington, D. C May 19. Rep
resentative Daniel W. Conjstock. oC
Indiana, died here today of pneu
monia. He was 77 years old and
veteran of the civil war.
Auto painting that
l'ari Sewing Girls strike.
Paris, France. May 18. The ranks
of the striking sewing girls were in
creased today SOOO. the employes of
several additional establishments
having joined the movement for a
Saturday half holiday with pay and
an Increase in pay of one franc a.
Uiay. In the afternoon the strikers
wrecked seeral establishments
Loncwell Be caieful of mir bagsace
checks. Leave at Longwell a. TeL t.
Ship Ashore; o Live Lost. '
San Francisco, Cal, May 19 No !
lives were lost when the fishing ship
Standard went ashore at Cape Con
stantino, on Behring sea, Alaska, last
Monday, according to a wireless mes
sage received here today from How
ard A. Cookson, radio operator of the
Standard, who reached the cannery
at St Paul, Alaska, last night
Fnel Dealer Acquitted.
Cleveland, O, May 19 The jury
in the trial of six retail coal dealers.
"STELLA" AT CRAWFORD
LAST TIME TONIGHT
"Stella," the comedy which has
drawn well at the Crawford, will re
ceive its final presentations tonight
TOMORROW AT 2:30
She's a maid
moods. She's -wild,
M JUST TWO MORE DAYS
r TODAY AND TOMORROW! j
M Don't delay see her today. i
m CROWDS ARE BIGGER EVERY DAY. M
tM If you wait you may not be able to get in, M
g and you can't afford to miss this picture!
You Hate Ha r
You Love Her
EXTERIOR VIEW OF
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Commencing tomorrow afternoon
"The Firefly" will be presented.
"The Firefly"is the nom de plume
of a music hall singer who enters the
home of a wealthy Xew Yorker under
the guise of being a niece living In
the country. The son of the family
falls in love with the girl and ar
ranges an elopement, to which she
readily consents, as it means an end
When the family learns of the
elopement, explanations are in order
and it requires all the ingenuity of
the old man to explain why he de
ceived the family and how he hap
pened to Intraduce a music hall einger
as his niece."
The show Is said to he full of pep
and r-o as well as popular songs and
EIGHTH CAVALRY BAND WILL
PLAY CONCERT AT THE FORT
The following program will be
played by the Eighth cavalry band at
Fort Bliss Sunday from 3:45 p. m. to
4.45 p. iru, weather permitting.
L Harch Victorious America..
2. Overture Maianlello Auber
3. Song "Goodbye, Little Girl,
Goodbye" .... Cobb & Edwards
4. Selection Selection from AUla. .
5. From "the" Big Show at ji " Y Hip
podrome. Poor Butterfly.. Hubbell
6. Fox Trot "I Ain't Got Nobody
Much" . . ... . .Graham & Williams
7 March National Emblem. . Bagley
S. Finale Eighth Cavalry Air. . . .
William S. Vanover ,1s band leader
WIGWAM DOUBLE HEADER.
Owing to th Mary Fickford en
gagement at the Wigwam last Hon'
day It was necessary to postpone the
showing of the sensational railroad
picture, "The Overland Disaster," un
til today. This is one of Helen
Holmes's best and most spectacular
railroad thrillers. A spectacular
wreck, is one of the features. "A
Fight for Honor" is a "Jlmmle Dale"
story with handsome E. K. Lincoln,
Doris Slitcbell and Edna Hunter fea
tured. It Is a sensational story of the
underworld. No increase In prices.
Tomorrow, the ilutual Weekly and
a new brand of comedy. "The La
Salle," which is said to be of excep
tional merit, will be featured. Adv.
"A Curious and Remarkable
Result Without the Usual
Burning' Usually Exepri
ecced" Says Valeska Suratt,
the Fashion Beauty of the
Texas Grand Theatre
MGHT PlUCns 50c
4 Nights Starting
Thursday, May 24
BIG MUSICAL COMEDY
Direct from record
run of 5 weeks at
30 People 30
50c 75c $1.00
, 7Se. Sl.lH). $1.50
LT Lt. 1 p. m. Tunda), Craford Theater.
few moments. think of it by
sprinkling some neroxm on a wet
sponse, then rubbing the blackheads
with it You will mart el at the re
sult. So cheer up!
3fc -3t &
HISS MDDDY The most wonder
ful result that anybody can imagine
in beautifying the skin is produced
by the following extremely simple
formula. Even on bad complexions,
such as you say jou have. I have
seen changes almost miraculous in
only a few days. You cannot fail
to make your skin absolutely spot
less and lily-pure, by the liberal ap
plication of a creamv made at home,
by using two tablespoonfuls of gl
cerine and one ounce of zintone in
pint of watr. uet tne zmione at
drug store. xou wm neuner
TBitLd in particular, of my ac
quaintance constantly suffered
tj embarrassment of having a
thick -rowth of "down" all over her
faxe. Whenever she was to remove
these hairs'she was compelled to re
main indoors a couple of days, re
fusing to see anyone, because of the
terrible redness and soreness of her
face caused by using the usual "re
movers" sold for thef purpose. Her
face was a sight, red as a lobster,
shiny and painful after each appli
cation. I told her it was all un
necessary, and suggested she try
m way. Next time, she did. The
hairs from the entire face were re
moved in Just a few minutes, and her
fekin was as smooth and pearly after-
. ., ,11.,. nnnllitlnn
warn as a rose yeutj. j.o .. -.-- any jj,,- store. iou wm neune
simply dissolved away the hairein- want nor neea any other beautifyin
stead of "burning" them off. T.ou ,. hu, thi.
can do the same. Simply get some
sulfo solution from your arugglst and
mosten the hairs with It. That's all.
Every hair will vanish. It can be
used even on the tenderest skin and
it ne-v er fails.
3TISS TEARS On the contrary, re
moving wrinkles is easy, -kery easy,
astonishingly easy. And it takes but
two or three minutes a day and a
few cents expense. That you can do
it surely and positively will be proven
tn -vnn ahsolutelv in vour mirror in a
few days. I dare say, nothing has ever pend the price, one dollar, to "Secre
hn Vnnwn to nroduce such results - fo valeska Suratt. Thompson
as by the formula which I give you Bldg, Chicago, 111." and you will get
here. From your druggist get two n Dy return mail,
ounces of cptol and mix with one
teaspoonful of glycerine in half a BETSY G. I knew your complexion
pint of water, illx thoroughly. The -would be,, quickly transformed by
cream that results should be used using my formula. Now about your
very liberally and every day. Quickly snort. thin hair I will make another
vou will notice the little wrinkles, prophecy. Inside of a month your
deep wrinkles, crows feet and heavy nalr i be-almost an inch longer,
ltnR clvlnir war before an ever in- it -wriii i ailkv. and vour hair will
ci easing plumpness of the skin, stop fairing; things which you have
ALHAMBRA "HIGH FINANCE,"'
"High Finance" is another delight
ful George Walsh picture. Those who
saw it yesterday and last night at the
Alhambra enjoyed a good laugh and
saw a picture that is entirely out of
the ordinary. George Walsh plays the
part of a young fellow who has a
row with his father and his allowance
is cut off. He hires out as a Valet. In
the same family is a young lady sec
retary who is wealthy in her own
right, hut has decided to see if she
can really earn mono. Of course
these two fall in love. Walsh, as the
disowned son. puts one oer on his
father in a mining deal. Not satisfied
with that, he also includes his fi
ancee's uncle in his high financ
ing. Some unusual double expos
ures occur in the picture This
picture is at the Alhambra today only.
Prices are 10. 15 and 55 cents. Adv.
LMQCE "HELL JIOHGA.VS OIRL."
Just two more days remain in
which to see the wonderful picture,
"Hell Morgan's Girl," at the Unique
This picture has been crowding the
Uniaue for the Dast thrpn davs. Tt
has been impossible to accommodate
tne ntgnt crowds. Many were turned
away every night, and those who can
I are urged to come during the after
noon performances, for it Is a. cer
tainty that the crowds will be greater
man ever loaay ana tomorrow. Aav.
cream but this.
MISS S. T. N I cannot promise
(noboby can), but this mixture is the
best bust developer known, without
exception Failures are few. Mix
two ounces of ruetone and half a
cup of sugaiin half a pint of water,
and taXe two teaspoonfuls three
times a day and on retiring.
LOOKIKC Once in a while it docs
happen, hut next time if your drug
gist nasn t tne rueiune xor maKiiiH
the bust developing nfixture. Just
and years seem literally to be taken
from tne race.
3IF.S. R. O. Soap is alright for any
part of the body except the scalp and
hair. That's because there's more to
remove from the scalp than mere
dirt. There are fatty scales that
form which soap is not made to re
move. Besides, soap and ordinary
shampoos contain alkali which dries
up nalr secretions, xncres ono uiiuk,
never been able to do with anything
else. I Know lm rignt. mix one
ounce of beta-quinol in half a pint
each of water and alcohol (or 'use
one full pint of bay rum instead of
water and alcohol Your friends will
notice" the tremendous difference in
a short time. With this formula
there is jio such, lhi?g as failure.
PERISHING The only thin- that
Hrill.c6nipletely control that excessive
and only one. which effectively re- arm-pit perspiration and remove tne
motes the fatty accumulations on tne odor tnsianiiy is nyarunzea iaic .n-
scalp, and lets tne nalr Dreauie. piy ztirecu u Biraun
and that is eggol. A teaspoonful of
eggol In a half cup of water makes
a superb shampoo and scalp cleanser
It cannot be excelled. Twelve or
more shampoos can be obtained from
a twcnt-five cent package of eggol
secured irom me arug store
UlSijl STEP Don t be dlsrounf; 'I
Its . rrible to go about for jeif
with blatkheads as ou have But
htcT jou i in get rid of them In a
MRS. T T It is for that very rea
son, to avoid the chalkmess common
tn ordinary face nowders. that I had
my own made up. Because of the J
enormous demand for it. this Is now
being sold at drug stores as "Valeska
soratt Fat Ponder" at fifty cenj
a box in fleb mlut o I'lunetl'1 Its
finenes. is extraordin.tr and a
may sav it star on brutifully'
and is lTnisiMe Adi
LttDErt'S LY$T DAY GRECTAT.
Today is the last day to see Max
Linder in his laughable farce. "Max
vtanis a uivorce." at the Grecian.
This is splendid entertainment for the
whole family, as it is clean, whole
some and yet genuinely funny Lin
der is growing in popular favor and
now has a host of staunch supporters
in this city Prices are Adults, ten
cents, children, five cents. Ad
"AMERICAN, GIRVWT THE DIJOL.
The Kalem company's special week
ly release, "The American Girl," and a
good comedy number will be the at
traction at the Bijou today. Monday
Roscoe ("Fatty") Arbuckle Is coming
in a return showing of his newest
comedy. "The Butcher Boy." The new
Sellg-Weekly will be shown also Mon-
Qonsiitutionality Of The
Picketing Law Attacked
In Appeal Of Stout Case
Austin. Texas. Mav 19 Th n-
stitutionallty of an ordinance passed
t,i i ii aso, regulating
,, u.,wb uiu unerjng on tne streets.
caueu me picketing ordinance of
that city, is assailed in an appeal
filed today in the court of criminal
appeals in the case or ex-parte Tom O
Stout. Stout was convicted in the
corporation court of El Paso on a
Sarce of violating this ordinance and
fined $25. He applied to the court of
criminal appeals for a writ of
habeas corpus, claiming that he was
being restrained of his liberty, on the
grounds that the ordinance was in
valid. Presiding judge Davidson granted
the applicant bail in the sum of 1J50.
ATay SO thC C3!e f0r hearinS on
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T-nm ENXISTS IN ARIZONA
Jerome, Aril. May IS. A grand
nephew of admiral Dewey has en
listed in the First Arizoni Infants
He is Chas. J. Dewey, a Jerome
stenographer, aged :o. His action
was taken after correspondence with
his. father. C. IV. Dn,v r t. An.
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