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EL PASO HERALD
"Week-End Edition, August 24-25, 1918. iHI'S DEATH ISKED ! FIK 1 If LAGABLE AGE MS, Krat iifih Ma .- l,r pi ' " HI! f.: i Innrer La Fayette ; in charge of an x turfdron. tells the ropi'-ding his friend. c prudent French acc French Aviator Bides His Time Until He Encounters Lieut. Wisseman, Who Sent Guynemer Down, and Then Crashes Him in Thrilling Air Duel; Ob server Falls 18,000 Feet; Wisseman Burned. Rt ROBERT S. DOJIA.V. I CapL Ken-.He knew what kind of a machine wisseman was 1171ns. a new jump ;ler biplane, with certain distinguish ing marks. "Fonck one afternoon finally met his quarry. Fonck was high up as u-ual. when S100 feet below, he saw a Trench escadrille of eight chase ma ch.nes out patrolling. Suddenly a Bocbe machine closed in on him on his left. Tonck was not taken by rrri.se. He saw at once It was ieniann. By si'iiden volte face he swooped around on his adversary. Wlssemann, K o. mistel about and let go a volley. H' had nut turned quickly enough, nml 1 he shots went off into spare. Tnat na his finish. ' Fonck executed another maneuver m his speedy and sensitive plane and passed under Wlssemann. letting him have a whole belt of bullets just be low bis tail. The Rumpler went down like an empty gas bag. "The observer was thrown out and fell 15,000 feet to the ground. Wisee mann. strapped to his seat, went down to his death in the flaming debris of h& machine I "That's howGuynemer was avenged." aftf-r day. smiled Capt. Marr. 'rk - r.ireful pilot." says "He v!e fen chances, but -e dc ft 1-1 lie gets 'em. favc-i'L 1-. k 1 to worm his :ito an ere ev. aorlile by -rr. - rm tY' '! 'e t.on of ther Vne 1 e br.t- ''n 11 s me distance w it'i witiioi- bei ?r remarked aii'l 1-.-ed -'-at ih believe ht 1 f ' the r p-"'rM he edges in on --'-hin' i-1- picked out and r fini - v i'i l'.. ictim. iifnxf litrrnrniffii Deatb. h' u bo " r a es. 1 - to - ? d beei ei adrillc 1 GuvnenT" r'.ti'h ari. r-ck laid ' ' lent Wisse- , 11 -he French " u is-emann, rn t',' nun a la - tl," l.oast In " bringing f"refl no Trench A iding A Worthy Cause Red Cross Hospitals For The Soldiers j Your Money and usiness My B 1. AU tie comforts of home with bathrobe privileges prevailing through- out the banding. I 2. Front of the Red Cross eonvales i cent at Walter Reed hospital, Wash , ington, D. C 3. The lower floor of one of the wings is given over to the Young Men's Christian Association for its activities. A. The maia Joange with the stage j solarium in the background. I 5. In the son parlor, Red Cross can ! Talescent house. I R0EE&I BELL and Florence Glover, selling tickets for the forthcoming "!Zc:ter Goose" festival to be held in Cleveland square for the purpose of sirg raorey to endow an El Paso bed in the hospital at Keuilly, Fiance. Hun A viator Chases Driver Of Auto Truck -i Drums a Howeitr, Ranck was not hs . 1 a. :.eli pocked rond I rnerican varies came to his rp. .r. At away from lard chased the Hun back hora t-.". France j- '-nek dot 'utile atten- f -e of a imwh.e Dun en a Ger a rp'ane, which was flying low was the experience of Edward - r.f Duluth, Minn., a Y. JL C. A." -rl--er with the American armv. " k. had the truck filled with es fr- the troops holding the American sector The German plane, finding 110 bigger game, attacked the truck Flying at a very low altitude the German opened up with his ma- gtm, peppering KancK's car. nun. xor rescue home. GOES 30 MILES GET TANLAC Throws walking cane away being relieved of hisTheu matism. - 14 Years Ago Today j From The Berald ot This Date. 104. Catholic Sisters Soon to Sail as American Red Cross Nurses to Italy RUSSIA disregards neutrality and says she will be compelled to carry the war into China, because neutrality has already been violated. The Japanese have silenced Port Ar thur and aae preparing for the final assault. A Russian ship is blown up while leaving Port Arthur. Russian ships In Chinese ports disarm. The Japanese have received terrible losses in their attempts to take Fort Ar thur, but they continue to advance. It is reported that they had over 19.000 killed 1b taking fort No. 1, 300 in the atonninc of Fort Etsesan, and Port Daney Is said to be filled ' hen I first started on Tanlae I c crippled up with rheumatism I had to use two walking sticks c-dcr to g- " about at alL But, a'-r taking fur or five bottles. WJth dea4 M woullded. . -.any gained f.ftee'n pounds be-j Great reforms in Russia date from a , . M . i the christening of the hair to the .he above statement was made hy throne, and the occasion is made one -...nam Choate. it West Riverside' 1 ,.i v.r..Knr th. . Spokane, A ash., recently. Rheumatism," he continued, 'was r y on2 of many t'oubles Tanlac re e.d me of t d stomach for twelve or fifteen I couldn't eat scarcely any- sr but what ga& would form and ' st rut off my breath, and bring fint ncak feelings over me. " ' iub a terrible hurting in the 1 1 n'y sioniacn, and if I ventured anyth.nc except the lightest -fu .t would almost put me out of -r.'ssion. Th b was my cordition a little over 3 car ago when 1 made my mother -'d brother over in Iowa a visit, s-'n after I g'1'- there my troubles (-- o.se. Sly kidneys started both-f- nK !.le, I had a'. ful pains in the r x ! ji ray bck, and constantly had 1 "arlade Then started in a siege of -u. a:ism ivh'fu I will never for .e ; was la'd un for six months e-d was flat ad my back for several - r s hardly able to move. It start ' i n ,,-y legs, then got in my arras, d th.- pain was something awful. f-i th3 tips of iry fingers to my ' When I did gtt up I was in such a bad shape I hid 10 use two canes crd3- to get about at all and this re fix I was in when I got Tanlac. read the statement of a man in the ai-er one day that fit my case ex l and decided to see if it would co n1 any good. Well, to make a r f-tory short. Tanlac simply d:d v r r.ders for me Before I finished r -.- second bottle, T threw my canes a, and could walk as good aa any '- Ana eat; why. I never had such .- - arpetite. All the sourness left my .Tach. my backache and headaches appeared and I haven't had a touch ff r. e'iniatism to this good day. One ; -f 'Lose bottles of Tanlac I drove JO y to get. our local druggist being ..' at the time, and I would do so spa i under the same circumstancea. " s ;L real pleasure for me to re com --'-d Tanlac and I will gladly tell - . on personally what it has done Teniae is sold ir f Pollard Co, Ice , s ' Adv. empire. Various evils are remedied by proclamation of the caar, such as had suffered from a 1 poiitlcai offences, the pardoning of many political ortenders and the re mission of arrears on land payments. The state Republican sessions closed at Fort Worth. A complete ticket was placed in the field, with the nomina tion of James G. Lowden, of Abilene, for governor, at the head of the ticket. A new volunteer fire company, with J. C. Lackland as president, and 24 members, was organised last night at engine house No. , north of the Xesa school building. Mrs. Florence -Maybrick. a notorious character, convicted of the murder of her Husband In London and sentenced to life imprisonment, returned to the United states, after being pardoned by king Edward. Her case attracted the attention of the civilized world. Sir Thomas Upton is thought to have first interested the king in Mrs. May brick's case, himself a close friend of lord Kussell. who always believed the woman innocent. J. S. Knowles. formerly employed by the E.P.1S w., died in the police station in El Paso last night. State chairman Cecil A. Lyon has arrangeo tor a vigorous Republican party campaign in Texas this year. El Paso is happy over securing the meeting of the American Mlnlnsr con gress for next year. Zach Cobb made a great hit in his speech a( Portland in placing this city in nomination for the meeting. S. A. Sisler, transfer clerk of the railway mail service here, has been given the position of inspector of the rural free delivery service in the southern district, and will leave to morrow for his headquarters, Nash- lie, Tenn. Bar silver was quoted at S7Vi; cop per. UTi; lead. 3. Cripple Creek, Colo., has gone on another "rampage" and militia ha Deen oraerea to take charge of the situation. Capiases for 28 of the most prominent citizens of the town have been issued, charging conspiracy to kill, assault with intent to kill, false imprisonment, malicious mischief, and similar crimes. A Part Of Loyola Unit Of One Hundred Sisters Will Direct Work Of Unit Caring For Italian Sick and Wounded. HI Paso by Kelly and People's Drug The Big Piano House Jenkins Piano Co. 211 Texas St. OTEL FISHER TIIE OLD RELIABLE Every Room With Private Bath 51 TO $2 PER DAY C S. CABOT, Mgr. Carrying a gospel of mercy and good cheer, ten sisters of the Or der of St. Vincent and St Paul, better known as Sisters of Charity, .will sail soon tor Italy, where, as lied Cross nurses, they will pursue the mission lor tvhlch the order tvas founded, that of comforting and caring for the sick and the wounded. The sisters, vrho are from Base Hospital 102, Birmingham, Ala., are a part of a unit to be knoTm as the Loyola unit, tvhlch is financ ed by Mrs. John DIbert of New Or leans. They came to New Xork 1 with ninety other nurses belonging to the nnlt It was at the suggestion of Dr. J. A. Danna of New Orleans, who is to be In charge of the nnlt, that Mrs. DIbert donated $100,000 to the Red Cross to be need in financing the entire expedition. Sister Chrysostom Is to be the chief nurse of the unit All Registered Nurses. "When the unit arrives In Italy It will be divided into groups of ten, each group to be In charge of one of the sisters as a chief nurse. Speaking for the sisters. Sister Chrysostom said: "we are all registered nurses and are anxious to go across and get to work." When asked If they were volun teers she replied: "All Sisters of Charity are ani ons to go, so it was necessary to select us. we will nave charge of the operating rooms and hope to do onr fnll duty in bringing the Amer ican boys back to health and hap piness." "War nursing is not new to Sister Chrysostom, as she was a Bed Cross nurse during the Spanish 1 War, having served at the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, Va., and at the Army Hospital, Fort Thomas, Ky. What was a new experience for these harbingers of good was having their pictures taken. They consented only because they felt (hat it was a patriotic sacrifice and thrt they might serve as an exam ple for others to follow. "It will be the happiest moment of our lives when we are minister ing to the wounded and sick In Italy," said Sister Chrysostom. "The sisterhood feels keenly the desire to be of the utmost service in caring for the soldiers of Italy or any of the other Allies of America. "War makes Its demand upon the woman power of America as well as upon her man power, and all who can do so, no matter what the secflflce, should serve the in terest of America's part In the war. "There Is no more Important tasb before the country at this time than the bonding up of a nursing serv ice large enough to care for the sick and wounded American and Allied fighting men, and It is the daty of all trained nurses to enlist for this service through the Ameri can Red Cross." Wording Parties Form Strong Asset In War; Soldiers Dislike Them Behind the British Lines in France. Aug. 24. (Correspondence of the As sociated Press.) Life on active ser vice la not entirely composed, as some people are inclined to imagine, of fighting, of sitting in trenches, of resting in billets, of marching, eating and sleeping. It Is true that the main activities of the soldier are comprised in the above list, but there are count less other duties which he is caned upon to perform duties which might be best called "odd Jobs," and some of which are distinctly odd. The days of camp followers, who used to perform the more menial tasks of the battle sone, are gone never to return. The soldier must now be his own hewer of wood and drawer of wair He must attemi himself to all the little details of life, the cleamne ! of h'3 lijjrters, the tagging of trenches, the carrying of his food. Broken trenches must be mended, fresh trenches dug, and dugouts built. AU these odd jobs, which the soldier is called upon to do in what would otherwise be his spare time, he sums up under the comprehensive heading of "fatigue. The first men to be picked for a fatigue party are the defaulters, men guilty of minor delinquencies such as the possession of a rusty rifle or an unshaven chin in the morfnlng parade. It follows that the term "fatigue" has fallen somewhat into disrepute, for It has come to be associated, at least In the civilian mind, with an idea of punishment. In consequence, an at tempt has been made to differentiate between extra work which is defi nitely allotted as a form ot punish ment, and extra work which is in cluded In the duties of every soldier, be his character never so stainless. For this purpose a new phrase has been introduced. This new phrase is; tor working parties in turn, tu thai ocijuLQ tvuiiiuuica a cnare. Tear Gas Puts Whole Stationfull Of People In England to Weeping Brighton. Eng.. Aug. 21. Several hundred passengers on the station waiting for trains yesterday were ob served to be weeping bitterly for quite an hour. The cause was eventually found to be from two pints of "tear gas which bad leaked from a carboy and which had permeated the atmos phere of the whole station. It's War for Everyone and the Rich Must Fight Dublin. Aug. H. The proclamation calling to the colors young English men "slackers" in Ireland has just been published. A ver brlk round ing ut of these wealthy idlers is in the crime Red Cross To Open Six More Hospitals Soo?i Each WiU Have Capacity of 250 to 400 Beds; Care For Americans Only. By FRED S. HOLUIBVUII. Paris. France, Aug. i4. Six new hnamici Immediately back of the fighting xone are under construction by the American Bed Crass, which is to build and equip them. Each will be used as field and evacuation hos pitals, and each will have a capacity of from 230 to 404 beds. The new Institutions will carl lor American wounded only. Already the Red Cross haa three other hospitals in operation, two handling American wounded, while a third was opened care for those of the town s civilian population who were victims of an . , , Thlla epiocmic ui ivuwswh all possible chance of the spread or tile 01BU9V LU Aurcaiau " wvw - prevented. Following up 1U plan to place French speaking American girls in French hospitals where American wounded are taken, the Red Cross now has more than 20 such hospitals covered in this way. The report of the organization on equipment provided to American hos pitals alone during a period of little more than thee weeks ehows that 21J.S0S splints were sent out. During the same period the Red Cross pro vided Trench hospitals with 35.90 suite of underw ear. 17.00 pairs of socks. :3.000 handkerchiefs, 13.S00 towels. 400n pairs of boots. 11.50 pairs of sliopers. C7S sweaters. 900 blanket. 143 beds. 7S5 mattresses. brushes and 31.009 surgical dressings. $250,000 For Life Of Kaiser? Too Much! London. Eng.. Aug. 14. Charges that the British government is our lng $250,000 for an attempt OB the Ufa of the kaiser are contained In a copy of the official Norddeutsche Alle gemeine Zeltnng which has reached tere. Two German navy deserters who were captured in Germany had been employed for some time by the Brit ish secret service at Copenhagen. They stated positively, according -to the paper, that the following prices are being offered by England: For attempt on the life of the kaiser. JISO.OvO. For one on the crows prince. 5200, 0. For the destruction of a U-boat. 125.000. Sweden's Population Is Slowly Increasing Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 24. The population of Sweden at the end of 1917 was M00.347. according to fig ures just made public The increase over 191C was 41,281, which Is greater than in any year since 1I0. Prelimi nary figures Indicate the highest mar riage rate since 1907. but the birth rate 20.84 and the death rate were the lowest ever recorded in Sweden. Whenever you find it necessary to spend a considerable sura for a needed outlay, you give careful consideration to die cxpen diture. You want to get the moot you can for your money. Right here is where my proposition appeab to the thinking person. I offer dentistry of the highest class, figured on the basis of any other commodity, that is to say: so much cost, with a reasonable (not an unjust) profit added. I have no fancy frills, no expensive membership in dental societies, no professional bunk, no hazy ideals of social distinction to maintain but treat my work as a business proposition. Take it from me. my business is based on experience and common sense. The work done in my offices stays put. Your money goes farthest I'm satisfied with the profit on a dozen cases the average dentist must have on one. A large volume of business enables me to treat a large number of patients at a small profit on each. And mark this: quality dentistry, not cheap dentistry. If I were endeavoring to sell cheap dentistry at a cheap price, I would be offering nothing new nor different from the or dinary dental advertiser, but in selling high quality dentistry, with out pain, at painless prices, by skillful, experienced specialists, I am able to cut a big shce off the average dental fee, in most in stances do better work, and still have a large surplus for you to tuck into your jeans, and give you a sensible, businesslike protec tive guarantee. Dentistry is a business. See that you get a business deal. Do not let the "cheapest education" abuse your confidence. It will pay out-of-town patients to consult me. J. Hod Williams, M. D., D. D. S. DETTAIi SPECIALIST "PAINLESS WILLIAMS, The People's Dentist" Coper EI Paso and San Antonio Sb. Over American Savings Bank, Across the street from entrance Hotel deL Norte Iady Attendants. FOUIt TEARS IN THIS tOCATIOX. Office Phone 9S-1 Sight Phone 51B Jilght Calls S5-00 A Bond In the Hand is Worth Two In the Booth V. S. S. AXD LIBERTY B02D5 AltE CASH TO VS. Toothpick between teetit impossible in old style plates Tonight! Take Dodson's Liver Tone! Better Than Calomel For Liver Calomel fcriclrens! If bilious, constipated ari3 'Eea3 achy read ray; guarantee. Listen to set Take so mora sick esing, salivating e tuirt when MHous or constipated. Don't lose a day's worst! Calomel Is mercury or Quicksilver which causes necrosis of the hones. Calomel, when ft eomes Into contact with soar bile, crashes Into it. break ing It an. This 1 - when yon feel that awful nausea and cramping. If yoa are sluggish and "all knoc out." It your liver is torpid and bowels con stipated or you have headache, dizzi ness, coated tongue. It breath Is bad or stomach soar fast take 1. spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's my suarantee Go to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone to ra few cents. Take a spoonfal tonight, and if it doesn't straighten you light up and make you feel fine and vigorous by morn ing; I want yoa to go back to the store ant! get your money. Oodson a Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medi cine: entirely vegetable, therefore it cannot salivat or make yoa sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tons wUi put your sluggish liver to work and dean your bowels of that sour bile and consti pated waste which is dogging your system and making yoa feel miser able. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Toss will keep your entir family f eellnc tine for months. Give it to your children. It is harm less: doesn't gr!;3 and they like its pleasant taste. Adv. AND HE DID LlrfE THE CROUJN FfclNCE ? ( YOU OUGHT TO TIO COMF- -T WUCj YBOOT IT! El Paso Boy Now j Serving In France WDHED1D: jtj TRY THE SAVOY Ural TTn.-l tr i - Special Monthly Rate tl5 Up A Hundred Room ot Solid Comfort" D. C. SCAM AX. Mgr. Don't stay indoors because your sKin is unsightly Resinol will heal it quickly The discomfort of hearing unfavor able comments upon one's complexion, and of reaKiing that one's skin is un sightly, can be prevented by Resinol Ointment, which not only heals a sick skin, but protects a healthy one. Aided by Resinol Soap, it heals eczema, helps to remove other eruptions, excessive dryness or oilhvess of the skin, and enables one to have a complexion that excites compliment instead of unfavor able comment. At all dealers. CORP. S. MADRID, JR.. headquarters company. 110th engineers, son of Savlnlano Madrid and of Francisco D. de Madrid, of Tsleta. He Joined the national guard in 1914 In Lawrence, Kansas, when he was a college boy and only 17 years old. and was on duty on the Mexican border when Pershing went after Villa and was then transferred to Camp Doniphan. Okla. From thfre he was ynt over pas five months arn. He is a brother of Mrs. K. H. Mu"47 : USE GLOBE MILLS prod net and help the Suothvreat la irhat other ae-ctloa are yon IntereBtedf CIGARETTE HABIT How to Overcome It QuicMy and Easily rov have been exceptionally careful the cigarette habit has a bold which you cannot shake off by will power. The lure of the cigarette Is power ful. Is it the nicotine that is poison ing your system, making you nervous, heart weak, dyspeptic eye strained and Irritable r Are you tronfclrd with sleeplesnnris at night and dullne-s in the nirning until you r.ae doped yourself with the nicotine cf cigarettes or n"pe, or chewing tobact-o? They're all the samp. ou know Give yoar pcNon-satoratrd body, fr" 11 oUr j.alp no.,vh -km ncht into ur idle ' ilIo .sli li.tr, a chance to oe rree from . the tsean alavery of nicotine. Set rid ef the vicious habit. Leaethen year HO, Become coi -tented and spread happiness among: others. Enjoy tranquilrty combined with forceful thought and real ef't ciency. 1 know what will eoauer tobacco habit in thre da.-. You gan the ictory o-n-.iu ,y a-.d prlvatel at home. My new beotc will he very interest ing to you. It will come to ou 11 plain wrapper, free, postpaid Writ to I&lnard J. VI oods, Wn-301. station K. n lork. V . 'u t ill .e prised inj, delighted. Adv.