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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Dec 19, 1917. 5 OLD TEMPLE MT. CLUB ROOM F Present Clubhouse Is Decorated for Christmas; Program to Be Given There This Evening; Young People's Societies of City to Give Program Christmas Day at Fort Bliss for the Soldiers. D uNTOWX club rooms for the soldiers in El Paso are to be lo cated aft1- the first of the year r. t.l-J Tomple Mt. Sinai, now occupied "t the Edison phonograph people. Tentative arrangements hare been i-iie for the building by the El Paso ar service board and these arrange ments orly need the formal approval f A. A. Fisk, of the Fosdick eom- 5f ion, who will return to EI Paso i a few days. The buUr'flng has a splendid hard wood dancing floor, rooms suitable or reading and writing and an office for the supervisor, Mrs. Donna Glngel. rhc jo on; s are close enough to the usiness - ection of the city to be con venient, et far enough out to be .deal for 'lub purposes. The following program is to be presented by the Equal Franchise aague, at the Soldiers club this even ne under the auspices of the war -rvice bard: Solo Osnre. Elizabeth Swann. Reading Barbara Goeline. Tmet, Rera Ruth Reyes and Sammy Joseph. Heading Annette Shipley. Violin foIo, Marion Jackson. Song; Nina Lockie. Du-t. Blanche Cornwall and Mil med Locfcctt. Kedir.fr Fred Stevenson. Sons:, Emma Holcomb. Irish sotir en costume, Mabel Quia- iioerry and Marion Docker. Reading, Alice Pleasants. Heading, Mr "ion Auer. ihristmaF r-irMs and songs by the audience. Madame Ioeer will accompany all mce aaii1 son-r numbers on the piano. Decoration Are Up The T.re.-ei.t lib house has been ntcorated an1 ma-le gay with Christ- iias greer-. :h league rurnishing a rg-e. tinsel led Tree tor wnica w. . idon ha donated twinKty in can - -lpcent liphts. akes, like mother u.-ted to in-ke, nnples. oranges, candy .iTid country ci cr will be served by 'he refreFr."Ht committee. Th neT.t rropram to be provided i the leao- if - heduled for Satur day. Decetrher "J Madame Mv Looser has been placed in charge of dramatic and musical 'et,i'-eF for the war service board. By .special request Miss Eileen KIu-:r-l will sins- a solo, for tonight's liroeram Mips Klugel has a clear, wcet soprano oice. The Red Rash of Dyspepsia fc-.oiun, h Trouble Mar Ruin a Moit ! Beectifal Complexion. Prevent aclt DifcBter M ith Stuart" v- n - .i Tablets. -It Isn't Extreme Care That Pre &er es My Beauty. It la a Good Stomach Kent Sound by Stuart' Dyapepsla Tablets."' Hundreds of otht.ru ite pretty girls o a regular sumach face. Little inmples break uu Then bigger ones, the resu"t of undigested food in a eak diges-.1 j-t-tem. If these Kirls iculd take s Stupts Dyspepsia Tab--t after m- a1- the pimples would go iTiaj, the -kiii would be clearer and 'ie pinch d haggard expression uld griv wjv to smiles. It isn't that you ut nor the quantity, it is r e ability --f tne digestive organs to urn food l.ito pure blood. "When -ood lays The stomach and sours, 'rmentp, rorit-'. gaty, causes rum blings and t-e' h'-.tr there is trouble ihcad unless F-nan's Dyspepsia Tab--t11? Are relied upon. Get a 50-cent ox today at any druggist and avoid -poilin our complexion, Adv. An Edfior Recommends Mr. L. P. Hill, editor Enterprise. EnaJey. Ala- writes: I want to tell yon that I have been living I a tHs district for tbe pa 1 27 y earg and there is no man that is better known than I am. I tell you this because I want yon to know that I am no stranger to tbe people. About twenty days ago I was down on my back with the worst case of rheumatism and I began to ob your medicine and in aboat a week I was on my feet again. People all over Birmingham and Entity were astonished to see me get well so Quick and wanted to know what medi cine I took. 1 told them "5-DROPS and every man who has the rheumatism knows of your medicine and ssy they w01 use it. I am telline every one of the virtue of your remedy and I am Bsre it will increase the tale of same." S uch evidence as tHs should be sufficient to prove to any perron the value of "5-DHOPS" in rheumatic troubles. 5-DR0PS" is sold by the leadicfir drac eistsin every part of the United States cad rQpr A sample bottle will P i"V be mafled free, if you A AVI"r J will write to The swanson Company, rewailc,onla. NUXATED IRON incrtases strength, of,! delicate, nervous, j -i-ndowti people MW percent In ten days I m many Instances.' Jl '. forfeit if it i f.i'ls a.s per full ex-i ilanation in large' .ir-.. soon to ap- r- i'. lh s pai-e-. -. . Jr cictor or 5 -DROPS' r Rheumatic To 0 & tft. in SHWADKA rV 1 RS A T A MEETING of t:i tepresen- tatHes of the joung people so cieties nf the Protestant churches plans were made to give the boys at Fort Bliss a real Cbrlstma program. Requests came from the Army T. M. C A. workers to the local Christian Endeavor union that the churches furnish a Christmas treat for the soldiers at the Army Y. M. C. A, building, better known as- the 4th building-- The C. E. union, thinking that a more elaborate program could be arranged throueh the coo Deration of the members of the Christian En deavor societies, the Baptist Young People's societies and the Epworth leagues planned for a general meet ing, which was held at the local V. HCA. building Tuesday evening t 8 oclock. Real enthusiasm and interest was shown by the large croup of young peoDle present in laying plans and Arranging for the program to be given to the soldiers Christmas night at :30 oclock. All the young people of all the churches were invited to attend the services and cause the sol diers to have a real enjoyable Christ mas night. The program as arranged last night will consist of two parts. Tableaus depicting scenes from tbe Old Testament leading up to the birth of Christ will consume the time of the first program; these will be in ! charge of Miss Marion Young and Hiss Isabel Valentine. A Christinas drama by a group from the Austin Park Christian : church under the direction of Miss Ruth Mac Millan. a song by two children of the Altura Presbyterian Sunday school, a song by a represen tative from the First Presbyterian, a reading from the Calvary-Houston Baptist Sunday school, and a sketch planned and prepared by Mrs. H. II. Shutz and Henry Shedd will fill in the latter half of the evening pro gram. The following committees were de tailed to look after the various phases and arrangements of this entertain ment: Camp guide, R. H. Proffitt. Decorations. Henry Shedd, J. Tur ner, Hesper Mac Millan, Ben Howell W. A. Young. Christmas lights and decorations, William Bias and R. F. Holly. Chief decorator, Henry Shedd. To Oeein Promntlv. Tch?AP..rfrm betrin pr?mot,lv i at 6:30 and reservation of seats will be, made for the younp people of the various churches in the balcony o the C4th building until S oclock Christmas nleht. Camn euidn Proffitt lia. nrrancmA that- .11 .An. r. .Ij i . -- ' j jAvyiv 1 coming on the Fort Bliss car not later ' than C oclock will be escorted to the ' 64th building by detailed men. Christ- mas day, through the splendid ar- rangement of the Young People's so- cieues. promises to eome to a nappy flose for all who attend the program In the Army Y. M. C. A- building. The following representatives were ' OH THESDLDIE ' present from the camp: Chaplain 1 enoeh until next spring. The guns Riser. H. T. Mitehelmore and R. H. 'which the French give us. they give 1 Proffitt: Aitura Presbvterian C. E i us because the immediate necessities the Misses Hila and Mary Leslie: of onr little army in France are even First Christian C. E, Miss Marion greater than their own Young and Henry Shedd; Austin Park ; Mexase From Pelaln. Christian C. E.. the Misses Ruth and 1 "Gen. Petain said to me: 'Make Louise Mac Millan Hesper Mac Mil- I guns! Send us guns and ammunition, i lDrttn1 Ben H??,eU:TF'rsi ,E- Ep" ratbr tnan billets. We are 1 rwin?BU1 MiSISa.b5,1 vlent'ne 1 grateful for the little force you have and William Bias; First Presbyterian , sent uf. The ho of its footfalls - E:- the Mi5.9e1s -HeUi and Helen carried ilope to every hearth in IKuhlman: Calvary-nuston Square Franc(, but as it irrows theri mu-t church. Miss Era Workman and E.tc5 n 5' A-' grows tnere mu.t T. Heek- Cnnirrflnnrihnr r , De a perioa wnen we snail De taxeu Hawley;'H?!h? While its numbers Miss Grace Horn and my Turner. slowIy increase you Americans, who Rev. Kufns Baker brought word to arc X fS. illdustrial People, must the committee that the Orchard Park that this ?-ar is ,nd,ustrr J M. E Sunday school would be glad to I destruction. oa will understanad do its share in promoting- this Christ- ' bow urgent it is to send us guns, mid mas program. idle heavies and shells, in order that WAR SERVICE BOARD TO GIVE SOL. SICKEL DINNER As a. testimonial of appreciation of his services and his friendship for El Paso. CoL H. G. Sickel. retiring district commander of Fl Paso, is to be given a dinner at Hotel Sheldon Friday evening at 7 oclock by the social committee of the local war service board. Besides this committee, there will be present the members of the board of directors of the chamber of com merce and the military committee of that organization. Gen. Geo. W. Head, the new division and district com mander, and his staff, and the com manders of the various regiments of El Paso, will be guests. R. Burt Orndorff is chairman of the committee having the dinner In charge. Sunday morning at 19 oclock. the war service board social committee will pay a formal call on Gen. Read at his headquarters. FIELD OFFICERS' SCHOOL IS TO OPEN AT FT. SAM HOUSTON i San Antonio. Texas. Dec 19. A ' school for the instruction of field officers, the only one in the United 1 States, is to be established at Fort 1 Sam Houston, department beadquar- j ters was informed last night in a tele- gram from the war department A I brigadier general and three colonels will be fn charge of the school and field officers from all parts of the United States will attend. The school will be similar to those in which officers of the army are now obtaining instruction in France, it Is I believed. Do Not Head Tht .unless jou are interested In a Piano jor Phonograph. 1 If you buy one of these instruments from us you will pay the price that ! is on the tag, because it represents 1 the actual value. I If we asked more we would be ask' , ing too much. If we accepted! teas we ; could not make a fair profit. It is much more satisfactory for you to buy where there are legitimate established prices than at a store where you bargain for what you get ! and remain uncertain as to whether vou really did receive your money's , v. orth. Where there are no fixed prices some purchasers must pay more than ; the value of the articles bought to make up to the merchant the profit he sacrificed in selling to some one ; else who was shrewd at bargaining. ; Xo customer of ours pays any more J for an instrument than any other i buyer would pay for the same one. ! To have a fair, fixed price for each grade of instruments is the only method we have discovered by which we can be just both to our patrons and ourselves. Oldest Piano House in 1 Paso. HI Patvo Pin no Co. 215 Texas. Home of the Steinway. Everett, Harvard, Fischer. Aeolian Pianola Pianos. Adv. Ps:el"nlllclty Bareau Advertisicsr lnj all its branches Telephone 1111. Adv. ' p AXTXinACITU COAL For Base Burners. We have it in any quantitv at reasonable price?. ivri PE FTEI, ro. I'hones :6-5S7. A1 (.tin lenainntr or -cialti . A in , FLE ELAY CAUSE Manufacturers Say Months Are Lost in Modifying the Enfields. Washington, D. C. Dec 19. Several months' delay in supplying rifles, pri vate ordnance manufacturers told the senate military committee today, re sulted in the war department's decis ion to modify the Enfield type. Ma chinery changes, the committee was told, reduced the output of Enfields. A contract with the war depart ment to produce modified Enfields was not completed until last July, president Henry S. Kimball of tbe Remington company testified. It was October, he said, before machinery changes could be completed to begin output. At anted Tu rt- Th- Money. Delay in congressional appropri ations, Kimball also stated, further delayed the output. His firm hesitated to take a contract in the absence of definite appropriations. The new modified rifle and also the American ammunition, vice president Tyler, of the same concern, testified, are regarded as superior to Britisn types. Afetr war was declared 'o April, he stated, the war department immediately began negotiations with them to devote their factories, en gaged on a "British contract for 400, 000 Enfields. to make the modified American type. Why The Delay In Contract? "The committee cannot understand why, with war imminent in March, no contract was made until July." said senator Hitchcock. Mr. Kimball said the new American rifle is superior, largely due to its ability to use much better American cartridges. InIt It IVok WIe Move. Both manufacturers declared it a "very wise move" to adopt the new type, notwithstanding the delay in production. "It would have been too bad and a great mistake to have retained the old rifle, compelling continued use of much inferior ammunition," said KimbalL Senators Hitchcock and Wadswortb asked if It would not have been bet ter tn insure that American. British and French ammunition should be in terchangeable. I'ralnrM Urovrnlng Gun. "If your policy of prepardness hart been started early enough It would have been possible," Mr. Kimball an swered, adding that rifle machinery in the Remington plants was bought irom England by the war department. lutely justified by the facility to use ine cnange in tne ritle was aDso tne American ammunition." he said. Turning to machine e-uns. the man ufacturers said they were making the new Browning gun. "the finest ever seen." In a statement issued last night, representative McCormick said neither France nor Italy had any artillery to spare. 'The British, said Mr. McCormick. "who. in proportion to their front, have more guns by far than either of their allies, according to their chief mili- tary authorities, will not have guns we may oe armea to win victories and to defend ourselves so that some of us may be alive to fight by your side when at last America is ready. Mutt riulld 25,000 Cannon. "We mun build for ourselves and U X m ci c i i wj All Modern Conveniences Rooms $130 per person without bath. Rooms $2.00 per person and up, with bath. Club Breakfast as low as.. 50c Luncheon 50c Dinners $1.00 Also Lunch Counter Service at Popular Prices. A LA CARTE SERVICE. The Best in Foods. Service and Prices. Try This Elegant Hotel and Tell Your Friends About It Hotel Paso DelNorte COTTON ESTATE PROPERTY Best Bny in El Paso A. P. COLES & BROS., Agents 2bi S. Orecen HANGING ANew Way toShave Tender Skins With Cuticura Soap HA! GRENADE KILLS OFFICER Another Officer Seriously Wounded; Barricade Ineffective. San Diego, Calif.. Dec. IS. The ex plosion of a hand prenade, thrown in practice, killed First Lieut. Irving McCracken. 137 infantry, at Camp Kearney. San Diego, yesterday and seriously wounded First Lieut. Her- uerc isrown oi tne same regiment. The officers were engaged in prac tice work and stood behind a bar ricade built in accordance with speci fications sent from the Fort Sill school of fire. Despite their shelter, fragments from a hand grenade which was thrown accurately and to a spot some distance from the barricade, flew back through the barricade with great force. A nail or slug from the iron casing of the grenade struck Mc Cracken in the chest and passed through his heart. Another fragment struck Lieut. Brown in the abdomen, inflicting a jagged and dangerous wound. At the base hospital it was said that unless unforeseen complications set in he had a good chance of recovery. Lieut McCracken n Texan. Lieut. McCracken was unmarried. His mother, Mrs. Lilly B. McCracken. lives at San Antonio. Tei. For two years he was a member of the Texas national guard and was commissioned in the United States reserves soon after the declaration of a state of war with Germany by the United States. Lieut. Ilronn Colo. Guardsmen. Denver. Colo., Dec. 19. Lieut. Her bert E. Brown, formerlv was : mem ber of the city fire department and was one of the organizers of I com- pany, Colorado national guard. He entered as a second lieutenant and was promoted to first lieutenant. Lieut. Brown's wife and three year old son live in Denver. tbe allies 25,600 cannon. That is the estimate of the best military opinion in Europe. But apparently we shall have produced practically no guns within a year after our declaration of war. "It seems evident enougb that we must create a department of muni tions just as the French and the Eng- usn nave aone. Made 5WO Machine Ouiin for :n v. i v - . . - . ZT lrwuekZCo-L A. W. Morse w the district sur Dated Pftvrrnm.nt neriM nnit .mnt 1 millions in preparation without or- ders, or with informal verbal ar- rangements at most, was told by vice president Iuis E, Stoddard, of the j 111 I 1111 IUI pui LIILM1. Army .ot Iuteer,ted., In February. Stoddard said, on ver bal orders from rear admiral Karle, work on 5000 machine guna was be gun. He went to Col. John H. Rice at the army ordnance bureau, he said, and offered to begin work on guns for the army in anticipation of war, "We're not interested." was CoL Rice's reply, Mr Stoddard said, add ing: Wouldn't rtenlixe War Possibility "It was utterly impossible to make the ordnance department realize the possibilities of war and we simply folded our tents and went home Before the war began, Stoddard said, he offered to sell machine iruns to the department for (500 each, but It was turned down Since, under ; orders placed, the contract cost was i twice that sum. 1 Delivery of the new licht Browning guns for airplanes under an order ' given by the war department thret- i weks ago. is expected tu beIn this ! month, Stoddard said. The new Browning gun, Stoddard declared. ; "absolutely is the best ever invented." The Lewis gun is different from the Browning, he said, and each has its particular function. i Could Hate Hod 40,000 Coltft. "If the war department, when askd for orders last February, had givt-r them." he added, "by today 40.0 Colt machine guns could have been delivered. The ordnance bureau sim ply would not listen, would not giva any order Delay in producing the modified Enfield rifle because of the war de partment's negotiations was ex plained by vice president Otterson of TONIGHT U. S. BORDER GIRLS PRESEXTIXG "JUST IN TIME" An EnKli.Ii Farce Comedy 3 SHOWS EVERY NIGHT Shows, 6tS6. Sil5 and i3Q Sunday Matinee -:3. Admission 15c and 25c. CHANGE OF PROGRAM MONDAY and THURSDAY A Rare Treat Is the Gift of Your Photo Perfectly Framed In our framing department. Tuttle Paint and Glass Co. I majestic i EXTRA!! I THEATER 1 S " UNIQUE Tonight Last Showing "France In Arms5 The Greatest War Picture Ever Produced TOMORROW The Celebrated Star ETHEL BARRYMORE "THE ETERNAL MOTHER" A charming story of love and humamu. I 1 FORI Willi Three Brigades Complete, But Brigadiers Not An- nounced for Them. Organization of the lith regular i cavalry division of the army, with i general headquarters in El I'aso, un der command of Maj. Gen. George W. 1 Read, took further shape Wednesday j by the grouping of the brigades here. at Douglas, Ariz., and Ft. Sam Hous ton, San Antonio, Tex. Arrival of tbe First and 15th cavalry regiments to join the 17th at Douglas was re ported. Col. John C. Waterman com mands the First cavalry and CoL George H. Morgan, the 17th, as well as the Douglas district. CoL Morgan heads the third brigade of tbe divi sion until a brigadier general relieves him. Tbe ISth cavalry is returning from the Philippines, having undergone a change of officers. The regiment was at Fort Bliss a few years ago. Tbe First cavalry moved from Ft. D. A. Russell, Cheyenne, Wyo, bringing 1800 officers and men. At El Paso the second brigade is being formed with tht Fifth. Seventh and Eighth regiments. The first brigade is at San Antonio. There are no brigadiers yet named for these two commands. CoL Edward Anderson, Fifth cavalry, is in temporary com mand of the El Paso district. ' Medical Of tier r Arrive. First Lieut. Lawrence R. Kirk patrick. medical reserve corps, from Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. reported to division adjutant Maj. Eugene J. Ely Tuesday morning and was appointed acting- division surgeon, with offices in the Mills building1, awaiting the arrival of tbe lieutenant colonel who will command this section. Several other medical officers also carae to take service with the other units. IonnIn;c Division roller. The headquarters train and military police, commanded by a colonel, is in process of formation. Lieut. V. Wrifrht has been named as adjutant , to Maj. Thomas 3, Sherburne, or the . signal battalion. Cape W. H. H. j Morris, jr., who was an instructor at the Leon Springs training camp, is now assistant to the district Intelli gence officer. CoL Hairy O. Willtard. KCULC uiiidei. vwu I y v. imai i f, , ... . Quartermaster Report. Direct. , depot quartermaster. Maj. many changes of military authority i here. He reports direct to the quar- term aster general at Washington. Gen. Read and his officers have occupied rooms in the Mills building, tenth floor, once filled by Gen. John J. Pershing's staff. Col. Horatio G. Sickel. formerly district commander, is doing special duty with the divi sion. He said Wednesday morning that there is unusual activity at Fort Bliss and the camps adjacent, where the new units in the 15th division are being made comfortable for cold weather. the Winchester company. Negotia tions began last April, he said, and contracts uere not let until July 12 Deliver.es began in August. Shotgun. Rifle anil Hrvoliers. Allen Arms & Cycle Co. -(04 X. Oregon St Adv. A touch otHeiikclriOlatmenltn W u. or other dlsfivtiriag skin eruptloas, ardthe iQly ate oHctekiin Medicinal cad Toilet lacaas a u"ir, acaiiBy sum ana M coaplextoa no cosmetic can euaL Ointment. 60 Cents. Soap 30 Cents. Send 2 cr -it F-iaop r.- Sample. JOH.WSTOfi,'. HOLLOWAYS CO . 1T30 Sprtnx Oarden Street. Pallida. rammrani Ijit Something f.ood f omlng to the n 1 exasiraiid XMAS WEEK Starling -xc Sunday Matinee Dally 2i30A.S:0 Dec. 23 Road Show J. C. MACK & CO. Former Star Mother Goose Co. LEON SISTERS nudciUIr's Foremost Tlcht "Wire Act Pnt. ArtlMlp rml llrautlfnl TOSSING AUSTINS Iceentrte Comedy JurmlerH ROSS & WISE Novelty Sunrlc MABEL PERRY & CO. Spectacular I'obIdr HOWARD MOORE & COOPER Snappy Song War Time Vrlce !Whts Sunday and man Mat. j-3T-rl-7.- I .(Mt Dallr H erkdaj- Matiuret 35-T.6 I'Iuh the War Tax Seat Sale OpenK Fridn 1 p.m. t Crawford Box Office Mtill OrderN Xorr Phone 3BCM. I ADULTS 25c CHILDREN ....15c Which Include War Tax. 1 si 1 QRPHEUM !1 F? PASO'S NEWEST rtfTiWft I COR. OVERLAND & ! l From now until Christmas our store will be open to accommodate after supper shoppers. Shop here this ecening. DON'T MISS A SINGLE DAY OF j 1 YEAR- END SALE j I f HRISTMAS shoppers are delighted with the radical reductions we are offering this week. In fact our Year End Sale is the real ODOOrturitv of I the Christmas season to supply ordinary wants and things for Christmas and save money in both instances. I Sale in Ready-to-Wear 1 "W"EAR End Reductions in ready-to-wear section are radical, in fact we B X gladly invite you to come tomorrow and take advantage of Year End s offerings in I Women's Street Dresses LOT NO. I Consists of a fine col lection of dresses made of Char roeuse. Satins, Taffetas and Geor gettes in all the newest shades and are elegantly trimmed. Values up to $23.50. Sale &1 A price for Women's Serge Dresses Here is an opportunity to select the mode one wants at less than cost from a pretty collection of all wool serge dresses in the newest styles and shades. These dresses are worth $11.95, but they rwist (t j Q.Ef go at this End of the Year Sale for j) 7 J ; g , We js i Mm price 1 ,(M teiJJI inn WMMIMSWHISSSMSSSSH ' jj 'l"toi,"1"t"LU'W'""U"',ll"'J' "" " "Tbvjj Btf Caterlns to Ladles Children. ! Hold To IC?HASD 111 low Resolution 111 Remember the resolution you made at the beginning of the year and determine to stick to your good purpose of saving more money this year. If you have not yet started as account with as, now is the time to come in and open one. A Percent Interest Paid on Sayfegs Accounts. m EL Today Jesse L. Lasky presents Jack. Pickford l'aramount Picture. ARK TWAIN'S hero, here today. 1 his is your over again. Lome and see this 15c, 20c Kstabliohed April. 1SS1. STATE NATIONAL BANK C. R. MOREHEAD. Piesident. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN. Vice Pies U .T GlfTHRIKT. DEPARTMENT STORE SAN JACINTO STS. IN LOT NO. 2 We offer another superb assortment of women's street dresses of better quality and more elaborately trimmed than the above. Regular values $35.00. Year End O.C! Sale C? T A ? . & L'-k.ZJtJ price P J. C7. i have another lot of these fine all to inspect; formerly sold at $1830. Misses' and Children's Serge Dresses. In thk group you will find attrac tively made serge dresses for girls; regular values from $5.75 up to $8.50. Year End Sale price $4.95 Another model of beautiful dresses for girls, made of fine serge, that were selling at $1 1 30. are priced in our Year End Sale SS.S5 Attention! Out-of-Town Customers I IT is yet time for out of town customers to take advan- j tage of the present sale and receive the articles in time jf for Christmas. Write us just what you want, and your J orders, will be filled by experienced and competent j shoppers. The First NationalBank PASO,TEXAS ummli.'inmni.i' Uc IN $9 the idol of your young life, is best chance to live the old days great treat for old and young. and 25c Capital. Surplus and Profits. S'OO.fflflO. C. X. BASSETT, Vice President GEO. V. FLORY. Cashier. Wt. tVhyr 1 SMBh J wool sc. Year End Sale $10.75 No Alteration Charges. 1 oys D ONT FAIL to visit Toy Town this a week, which is located in 1 our under priced base- S ment. M You can buy substantial g toys at very aHractne re- 1! doced prices. I Matinee Today at 2:30 TonlRht Phone Min vied. :-. OTiS OLIVER PLAYERS in The Social and Dramatfa JLarth. "The LURE" -V plar Trltfc a stronc moral that shonld be seen br the members of every family. B IRGA1X TRICES Low Floor 50e Balcony 33 Gallery 25c Boxea 75, Vta the War Tax Ladies Matlneeii WedU, 3at SS-3St Csmlnir See Yea Chrlirmaa Week MRS. W16GS OF THIS CABBAGE PATCH and the Famous Wlgg Children Extra MaHnee "Oirbtau Day" 3le p. m. TODAY GARDEN CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S G.LV KI VI. The Negfeded Wife" 14th Kplaode "THE RED ACE" Mh Kplode TOMOHKOW Use Herald Want Ads. m in Grerror. t Use Herald Want Ads. Herald Want Ads Pay. 53 a'-a:. carnea Jt In stock.lA4v. Arms 4 Cy.e Cc.