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14 Wednesday, Sept. 12, 1917.
EL PASO HERALD
Y. M. C. A. to Teach You to
Telegraph, Repair Autos,
Sell and Talk.
With the increase in the cost of liv
.ng it has become necessary for ev
ery man and boy employed to train
himself to become more efficient in
the line of work in which he Is al
ready engaged or to equip himself for
come other owrk. This means train
ing and education. To assist men and
neys to better positions and thereby
to larger salaries and wages the lo
cal T. M. C A. Is undertaking a more
varied educational program than
heretofore. It is planning to offer tot
(he community practical coarse 3 forj
he purpose of increasing practical
Many young men leave school be-1
fore they are well equipped for a defi
nlte vocation. The advantage, there
fore, of evening study cannot" be over
estimated, as the opportunity is given
to increase knowledge and relate it
to the work at hand. The T. M. C. A.
night school is only for the earnest
and sincere man. for the one who de
sires to climb.
The object of the T. M. C. A. night
school is to afford the best opportu
nity to be had for employed men and
boys to prepare themselves outside of
working hours, by spending a part of
tneir spare tune in study, ior aarance
raent and increased pay. Whatever
may be the unmet educational need
of man or boy in 1 Paso, the local
association educational department
will endeavor to meet efficiently that
The school is conducted for men.
not money. Xxw tuition fees bring1
the work within the reach of all. All
fees are due in advance, unless spe
cial arrangement is made with the
secretary. There are no entrance
examinations, and, upon the comple
xion of courses, the international Y.
M. C. A. examinations are open to
The Courses Planned,
The following courses are being
planned for: Auto engineering, a
practical, thorough course in repair
ing, overhauling and machine work in
a well equipped snop ana garage.
Owners can cut down their garage
bills by taking this course, and young
men can J earn a traae.
Salesmanship is a course in s
building. The object of this course is
to train salesmen for better service
and to teach fundamental principles
to I nose wno wisn to become sales
men. This study will be adapted to
those staples or specialties, whole
A Spanish course in elementary and
advanced work will be offered this
year. To the business man who
wishes to succeed in the southwest a
speaking knowledge of Spanish is
necessary. To any young man ex
pecting to spend the future in any of
the Iat in -American countries that of
fer wonderful opportunities, this
course will be especially adapted to
the Spanish speaking business man
arid will give him a good working
knowledge of commercial correspond
Mexican Employed Boys Class,
A class for Mexican employed boys
who are eager to take a course in
spelling arithmetic, grammar, geog
raphy and penmanship, will be un
der an instructor who thorouKhlv un-
--trds"Ue Mexican boy and six ed
ucational nee as.
A telegraphy course is free to even
member of the T. X. C A. above 15
years of age. A thorough six months
course, under a capable Morse in
Btructor, will be given. Through the
interest of the Western Union Tele
graph company in the boys and men,
this course is offered.
A number of other practical and
r.eipiui courses are being planned
be announced within a few
IPOWERFUL INFLUENCES SEEK TO
AVENGE SLAYING OF DE SAULLES
I ' J ll
Those interested can secure more
Information by phoning or calling the
educat.onal department of the T, X.
Merchant's lunch, 4c Tie the cool
est place in town to eat Adv.
ed Glasses; Ask Segall, 268 Texas.
Wife Who Silled !MaH t04rTfH' laeiure shows 'Tie Box." Long Island home of .Join L. De Saul
raruxiz lie Saulles, went in search for nor child, jounjr .lack De Saulles,
and shot and killed her former hwbsand. Mrs. De SauHea aad the child are
shown in the inserts.
Get Her Child From Him,
Grains Wide Sympathy,
EW YORK, Sept It. When the
young and beautcul niece of
a former president of Chile
comes to trial at MineoU this fall
for slaying her former husband, the
famous Tale football captain, John
Longer De Sanlles, a curious play of
subtle but powerful influences will
be exerted on both sides.
With the women who slew to pre
vent the alienation of her little son's
affections will go popular sympathy
a great deal in a murder proceed
ing where an exceptionally charming
and undeniably good woman's life is
People on Woman's Side.
Bianca De Saulles will have, then,
the people as advocate when she
faces the court this fall.
But vast and powerful influences
will be arrayed on the other side,
sympathizers with the dead man are
found among "the" society leaders.
Powerful men and women of the
Long Island "North Shore." of New
port and Fifth avenue, knew the en
ergetic ex-athlete with the engaging
maimers' and liked Urn. Hts fgblts
which resulted In a court giving his
wife a divorce, they dismiss as quite
It was in 1911 that Jack De Saulles
went to Chile to help build the
With good connections and letters
of introduction to leading financiers
and society folk, De Saulles quickly
became popular among business men
of the republic and the society set
De Saulles was then 30 years old.
but he had lost little of the physi
cal power that had gained him fame
on tne grtoiron.
He rapidly became a favorite of
the -ociety folk in Valparaiso and
met Bianca de Errazurlz, called by
many the most beautiful girl on the
South American continent She was
then 1 years old. Her family was
said to be amon. the wealthiest in
Chile and had a proud history.
The story of the first "meetinsr of
these two strangely opposite persons
has been told by Mrs. De Saulles: I
remember so well when he first came
to me." she said shortly after she
had been placed in the Mineola L I )
Jail, on the charge of slaying her for
Tells of Meeting Him.
iz was In aiparaiso, where my
mother lived. X was 16. Tou know
I did not know much about the world
tire endless sky that seemed to typify i
to me the enc&ese joy that lay before :
"Then we landed In New York and
our happiness did not seem to find
any end. Five, six. seven, months
went by without clouds. A great
happiness greater than anything 1
had ever knownwas dawning. 1
had a secret to tell Jack that made
at IS. and in those surroundings girls I "m hold me a little closer and beam
are not taken much Into the confi
dence of older people In regard to
the thorny things of life. They are
kept as some flowers are kept, ap
parently in tne tear that some ill
wind will fade them.
"I looked upon him as some young
god who had come from a strange
and happy heaven to make me happy.
He asked my mother if I might be
his wife. She insisted that we should
wait until she and I had made a trip
to Paris that had already been
Goes to Paris.
That was the first chapter in the
romance, according to Mrs. De Saulles'
own story. She and her mother left
for Paris, only to find on their ar
rival that the football star, who was
unable to leave at the time because
of business, had arranged that a
friend, who was a noblewoman, should
meet them. The mother found out
that Xe Saulles had relatives who
were prominent In Prance. The two
months passed quickly for the moth
er, but slowly for De Saulles and the
srirl he then loved, eo much so that
she finally cabled him to come.
De Saulles left., and. arriving in
Paris, pressed his case so vigorously
that the mother consented and the
banns were published. As De Saulles
was a Protestant and nis luture wue
a Catholic, it was necessary to make
arrangements with the Vatican, in
this connection. It is interesting to
note that the papers from Rome were
late, whereupon the bride's nurse
said: "It is bad luck. You should
never postpone your marriage."
"I will work to win the world
and lav It at your feef he told me.
as we hung over the rail, gazing into
Next Week We Will Begin Moving
to Our New Building
310 TEXAS STREET
However, We Propose To 'Give Our Customers Uninterrupted and Courteous
Judging from the
iHirabir of bird cages
we are selling, the
popularity of the ca
nary is rapidly in
creasing. Our assort
ment of cages is un
Mr. Business Man
If you are nerve racked, weary
and beset with worries buy some
shells rent a gun and take your
self dove shooting. You'll come
bad: a new man.
Nan Breakable Sanitary Transparent
The Ideal Baking Receptacle
Bake and Serve in the Same Dish.
To reduce our stock f Pyrex before- moving we offer a special discount of 1 5.
Our increasing Telephone, C. 0. D. and Charge Business indicates that
'phone shopping is growing in popularity and that the busy citizen appreciates
the care we bestow on such orders. We will gladly send anything out and
you are- at liberty to return it if not satisfactory.
a little more fondly. Little Jack was
about to come into the world.
Beginning of the End.
"Then it was that all of the pretty
picture was suddenly blotted out It
came with no warning. We were at
T.areltnnnr Dm. nfsrht Iia hrmifrht
into the houee a number of people '
who belonged to tne stage set They
were impossible and drank much.
What they did shocked me.
'Why. Jack,' 1 said, 'what does all
of this mean?
"He turned upon me angrily. It
was the first time he had ever sent
me away with anything except a
smile. He ordered me upstairs and
away from the scene. He told me
that if I did not go he would locB
me up. There, in my owa hojnse, withl
those people around me, i wae sent
"That was the ending of the pretty
There was no more romance In the
whole affair. De Saulles, according
to testimony presented when .Mrs. lie
Saulles subsequently brought suit for
divorce, went with a last crowd.
TLe day of the flnat tragedy she
allowed their son to be taken to his
rather on the latter-s plea tait some
of the De Saul lea fecUly wanted to
see the little one. The father prom
ised to return the boy "early-in the
The boy was not returned when
Goes to Get Her Child.
She ha1 her motor car stoo some
distance from the house and left her
maM on the lawn outside. She car
ried the revolver in her hand. En
tering the parlor she saw De Saulles
and some of his relatives and the boy
there, the latter playing happily on
The strain broke. She emptied her
revolver at De Saulles, watched him
fall and his relatives at her around
him. and then sat down on a couch
with her head in her hands to await
the coming of the sheriff.
TWO MEXICANS FACE CHARGE
OF BURGLARY BY COUNTY
Juan Oohoa and Francisco Alvarez,
the two youths who were eaught at
an early hour Tuesday morning in and
near the office of the Southwestern
Electric and Machine company, 361
San Francisco street, were trans
ferred Tuesday to the county jail, on
a burglary charge.
W. T. Spruill. night clerk and
special officer in the warehouse of the
Loretz-Pegram company, who arrested
one of the Mexicans whom he found
trymtc to hide in a box car near the
warehouse, at 118 Durango street
rbout two blocks from the scene of
the attempted burglary, assisted other
officers m sending the pair to the
THREE INTER PLEAS OF
GUILTY ON LIQUOR CHAR6ES
Pleas of guilty were entered In
three cases In which infraction of
the liquor laws was charged, in the
county court at law Wednesday
morning, judge w. p. Brady imposing
peaaftves as follows:
W. U Tuley, 2i and costs; Mar
shall Jackson, tl and eosts; J. H.
Ornehi. E. Rubio and J. Dnran, JS
fine each, and costs to be paid by
GIUSB.VWOOD HEARING OPKXS.
Preliminary hearing of C. L. Green
wood, driver of th Jitne that Is re
ported to have run down and killed
Hadley Elizabeth Cregor, will open
at 3:30 oclock this afternoon In Jus
tice A. J. Hall's court Greenwood Is
charged with failing to stop and ren
der aid to one injured In a collision.
JUDGK'S BROTHER IS COMMANDER
A. G. Howe, brother of judge W. D.
Howe. 14th district court has been
appointed commander of one of the
new destroyers of the United States
navy. He is now stationed at New
port R. L. and will assume his new
command as soon as the craft is commissioned.
IF YOUR EARS RING
WITH HEAD NOISES
If you have Catarrhal Deafness
or head noises go to your drug
gist and get 1 ounce of Fannin t
(double strength), and add to It
U pint of hot water and 4 ounces
of granulated sugar. Take 1
tablespoonful four times a day.
This will often brms quick re
lief from the distressing; head
noises. CIpk d nostrils should
open, breathing Income easy and
the mucus stop dropping into the
throat. It is easy to prepare, costs
little and is pleasant to take. Any
one who has Catarrhal Ieafness
nr head roies should pive this
prescription a trial Adv.
OUR "WONDER HAT SALE FRIDAY AS USUAL
MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 17TH.
NEXT Monday evening, Sept. 17th, from 7 until 9 o'clock we
invite our patrons, our friends and the public generally to
inspect the new Autumn Ecady-to-Wear for Women, Misses and
Children. While we are sure that this establishment is one of the
most up-to-date in America, we withhold further comment, and
we urge everyone to come Monday night and pass judgment.
Watch for special announcement later.
r New Fall Suits At
On lhg JNew Second 1
I "a. !
NEW SUITS AT $15.00 We are poime
that The White House Suits at this price can
not be equaled locaHy. Shown in depend
able poplins and serges in every good color
and black. Long coat models in plain and
fancy styles. Sizes for
misses and women at . . .
NEW SUITS AT $25.00 A truly wonder
ful showing of smart Fai suits made' of
broadcloth, velour, popKn. naeatwear serge
aad gabardine in aH the favored Autuma
colors and black. Special styles far women
and misses. The values
NEW SUITS AT $20.00 Better Suits for
this amount cannot be found in Texas.
Shown in popfins, serges, whipcords and
novelties in short and losg coat nHxJds.
Plain, pleated and belted jaodek with large
collars and deep cuffs. Sizes
14 to 44
NEW SUITS AT $35.00 Copies of the very
finest models approved by Fashion experts.
The materials include broadcloths, popfias,
gabardines, serges, velours, etc. in plain
laHored and, flip trkamed styles. Some ear.
broidered and trimmed with braid and
values at .........
Hind's Honey and
MenthoUtnm, Herded f Q
in Every Home IOC
Java Rice Tace
Small Site Bottles of
Pebeco Tooth Paste,
White Honse Price . .
Soap, The Cake ..
Lilas De France,
For After Shaving
In The Ne-w Footwear Dept.
A MUCH WANTED
STREET BOOT AT
-Vy7 E ARE RECEIVED so many new
Yv models in smart Fall and Winter
Footwear that it is impossible to advertise
only a few of the most noteworthy numbers.
Tomorrow we will place on display an ex
ceptional style made of black kid with field
mouse colored cloth tops.' 9 inch lace tops,
sturdy soles and 154 inch walking
heels, imitation tip. We recommend
this style for street and. general
wear. It represents an unusual
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
'The Store of Service"
OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS WILL
STYLES BT. WRITING
FIND IT EASY TO KEEP UP "WITH THE NEW
"BETTY THE SHOPPER" THEIR WANTS
FUNERAL OF MARTIN D.
ROBERTS THURSDAY AT 3
Thr bodv of Martin D. Roberts, who
died Sunday in Long Beach. Callt. and
who was well Known as a pioneer ana
El Paso real estate owner and as a
prominent figure in the Masonic fra
ternity here, arrived in Kl Paso this
Funeral services will he held at
Trinity Methodist church Thursday
afternoon at i oclock. Rev. Percy K.
Knickerbocker officiating. Kl Paso
lodge No. 110, Ancient Free and Ac
cepted Masons, will conduct a ritual
istic service at the grave.
PRIVATE EARL. DICKEY.
Information regarding: the death of
her nephew, - private Earl Dickey, of
the 18th field artillery. July 2S has
been requested of the chamber of com
merce Dy Mrs. isaoei jacKeerer, or
Mitchellville. Iowa. It was learned
by the chamber of commerce that
private uicicey ova at tne case nos
pltal at Fort Bliss of meningitis, and
that bis body was forwarded to Wil
liam Blake, of Mitchellville, Iowa,
Years Ago Today
From The Jlrrald o
thin Date, 1903.
ALLEGED "SLACKER" HELD
ON BOND TO FEDERAL JURY
AYOR & MONTEMATOR. of
Juarez, is enforcing alt regu
mtioBS that he believes will
possibly redound to the credit and
moral welfare of the city and, with
this end in view, be is becoming very
strict with the saloons aad dance
halls. Hereafter all wine rooms must
be closed and the dance halls will be
regulated and controled with a strong
R- u. Mayes, of La Cruces, is at
William Berry, a prominent horse
buyer of Houston, is in the city on
Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Parsons are now
at borne to their friends at 17 North
Mrs. E. C. Harris is expected home
this evening after visiting New Tork.
Chicago and St. Lonia.
An alleged violator of the law re-1 .Tin., n... tt . L
quiring men between 21 and Jl years, spent ,ast ,-,' ! TfcT tS?
to register June 5, last, was brought
before United States commissioner S.
L. Kelly Wednesday morning for pre
liminary hearing. The accused. Flo
rentino Baca, who according to of
ficers resided in California on .Tune,011'
.". waived hearing nP'l was ..eld r-
tho b-rand jurj n J-"" bor.u.
"Under Two Flags." "I Love Xo One
But Ton." and other popular songs. ,
is in the city, registered at the Shel
don. A. Moodie, who is now serving as a
cierk on the U. a ship Wyoming, left,
on the Southern Pacific yesterday for!
San Francisco, after spending a few
days in this city with his friends. I
The El Paso delegation to the I
National Irrigation Congress, left here '
last night in high spirits and t
strong with Concha's band of 14
pieces, to make things merry. The
delegation is one of the utmnmst
that has ever left this city after any
convention, and their friends here
have the greatest hopes that their trip
will be a successful one. Those UK the
uvivaauuM were: J. a. smith, C .
Kellogg, H. G. Crowe, A. Cour
chesne. H. D. Slater. Juan S. Hart. A.
W. Clifford. Burt Orndorff. P. M.
Minspaogh. J. R. Harper. J. w. Fisher.
W. H. Winn. Fred Diehl E. C Pew.
C E. Kelly. Park W. Pitman. John
U Dyer, jr, J. F. Williams. Tom
Powers. J. A. Happer. John P. Rasssey.
Francisco Mailen. W. O. Million. J. J.
Mundy. B. Early and W. H. Graad-over.
who would t WiiftfU exctpt tar a
-fShbtaij iUl Too. too. oa ain m
fctiulltai cospttxtoa fcy intac
Cvrct Blotchr, Mug sad F&bpI! aja. Tatmm.
Errdpcus, Tr. Clccn aad IB sua saauats,
Pricm SOc mt mtt DrmegUta'
Jmini. laurs-u I C. nu.it
Try the Lunch Counter at Hotel
Paao del Norte. Quick Service. Adv.
of his health, writes that he will
return shortly. ,
Robert Martin, storekeeper for the
government warehouse In this
returned this morning from a
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