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f THE FLOWERS BECKON THEIR LAST AND HAPPIEST !
1 CALL OF THE SEASON TO THE JOYOUS OUTDOORS
I THAT IS EVER
THE lawns of the EI Paso homes and
the farms down the valley are a
riot of richest color these autumn
days with their wealth of blooming
flowers. The flowers are more beauti
ful at this season of the year than at
nny other time. Jack Frost has not
come ret to blight their radiance, yet
t ie hot summer days are over and in
t he crisp air of the first balmy day of
fall they hold their heads erect and
.hed their perfume everywhere. Flow.
crs culled now last a longer time, as
if ioath to die and leave their com
panions in the great golded out of
The beds on the smoothly clipped
"I had b. bad case of constipation,
gas on the stomach, and other bowel
trouble. Twelve hours after I took
Adler-i-ka I felt better and after con
tinuing I consider myself CURED."
Sisned) E. H. Beeman, Callspell,
Adler-1-ka expels ALL- gas and sour
ness, stopping: stomach distress IN
STANTLY. Empties BOTH upper
and lower bowel, flushing ENTIRE
alimentary canaL Removes ALL foul
matter which poisons system. Often
TRES constipation. Prevents appen
dicitis. We have Bold Adler-i-ka
many years. It Is a mixture of buck
thorn, cascara, glycerine and nine
other simple drugs. Warner Drug Co.
! The Best Cough Syrup
Hen's sn easy way to ui $2, and :
jn BiTD xoe dcse cncn remedy
yon ever tried.
You've probably heard of this well
known plan of makins cough syrup at
home. But have you ever used it I
When you do, you will understand
why thousands of families, the world:
over, feel that they could hardly keep
house without it. It's simple and
cheap, but the war it takes hold of
a courh will quickly earn it a per
manent place in tout home.
Into s. pint bottle, pour 2 ounces
of Pinex; then add plain cranulated
sujar syrup to fill up the pint Or, if
desired, use clarified molasses, honey,
or corn syrup, instead of suar syrup,
father way, it tastes pood, never
spoiU, and Rives you a full pint of
better couch remedy than you could
buy ready-made for three times its
It i really wonderful how quickly
this iiome-xnade remedy conquers a
cough usually in 24 hours or less. It
seems to penetrate throuch every air
passaee. loosens a dry, hearse or tight
conjh, lifts the phlegm, heals the mem
branes, and rives almost immediate
relief. Splendid for throat tickle,
hoarseness, croup, bronchitis and bron
Pin ex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine extract,
and has been used for generations for
throat and chest ailments.
io avoid disappointment ask your
druggist for "2 ounces of Pinex"
with directions, and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to give abso
lute satisfaction otrmonev refunded.
The Pinex Co, Ft Wayne, Ind.
Stalker's Flower Shop
A5D BIRD STORED
EL PASO TEXAS.
Wedding Decorations Cut FloTrers
Out-of-town orders solicited nd
1 f T7 I'jiWW1 n No two SL, atkss (( WFV 1 1 1
I 1 E I than wholesale. Our j&m&rirf 111
I I New York buyer Ms fcAW
i 3lil32v (?Sv Qiy Bel;ureu a ""50 ub- Jiff 1
I fS7 signers' entire line of yss I
8 Patterns at a great XfmfftP I
I g sacrifice.
"We are glad to give the ladies of El Paso the advantage of this "buy"
at a nominal percent above cost. Our prices are always the lowest for high
class merchandise. Big shipments of Suits, Coats, Dresses and Blouses
Woman s Toggery
SO ENTICING IN THE EARLY FALL !
M Br OLLIC I. LAXSDEX.
lawns look for all the world like huge
overturned baskets or blossoms, hur
riedly left by Dame Nature in pass
ing. These beds are ablaze with color
The nasturtium is there in varying
shades of cerise and crimson and in
softest cream and gold and warm vel
vety brown, each blossom as soft as
the check of all flowers' most dan
gerous rival, a tiny baby.
In delicate shades of lavender, vio
let and deep royal purple chrysanthe
mums lift thetr shaggy heads and
bloom gorgeously- far into the au
The vines chanfrlmr from green to
gold and crimson, clamber over the
galleries of the homes and form a
canopy over the hanging baskets of
fern and flowering plants.
SUles and miles of sunflowers form
a floral avenue along the sides of the
county road and in nearby yards the
American lavender raises its delicate
purple head and vies in beauty its
English cousin over the sea. The far
famed American Beauty, the queen
Nifty Nitter Girls Will Meet On
Saturdays, Not Fridays, In Future
THE Nino Nifty fitters will meet
with Miss Nellie .May Bowen at
the Bowen home on Montana street
on Saturday afternoon. This is the
first meeting for several weeks, the
club having suspended on account of
the epidemic The meetings were
formerly held on Friday, but here
after they will be held on Saturday
At the meeting of the national
campaign committee held recently in
Chicago, a resolution was drawn up
asking for a committee of -3 women
in each city for the purpose of inter
esting all women in the great war
drive of the united war work organi
Miss Margaret Hood
Capt. Lee Bruce Smith at San Antonio Ij
It. AND MRa & AY. HOOD, of this
cltr, announce the marriage of
their daughter, Margaret, to Capt.
Lee Bruce Smith, of Fort Sam Hous
ton Tex., on Sunday afternoon at 2
oclock at the residence of her aunt
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W 1 AVal-
kerr In San Antonio. The ceremony
iras performed In the presence of
relatives and a few friends.
Mrs, Smith's parents and sisters,
Mrs. J. P. Robertson and Mrs. IL I
Holder, of El Paso, could not srp to
San Antonio for the wedding on ac
count of illness. As Jlarjraret Hood,
Mrs. Smith was one of El Paso's most
popular girls and many friends here
were happy to welcome the Hoods
from California when they recently
moved back to their old home here.
Mrs. Smith was the fair represen
tative of Serbia In the recent Festival
of the Allies. Capt. and Mrs. Smith
will have quarters at Fort Sam Hous
ton. 4bout El Pasoans.
Mrs. A. M. rillsbury is ill with In
fluenza at her home, 5t7 West Mis
George B. Ryan is able to be oat
and at his office again, after a few
rounds with the Influenza.
Mrs. R. L. Daniels, who has been
improving after a severe attaek of In
fluenza Is reported not so well today.
Miss Valerie Lorlg, who has been
quite 111 with Spanish influenza. isi
convalescent at her home on Mesa
Mr. and Mrs. John Sorenson and
their two email sons. Jack and
Sherod, are recovering from attacks
Mrs. A. I. Cox Is convalescent at her
home, having returned "Wednesday
from Hotel Dieu, where she has been
suffering with an attack of pneumo
nia, following Influenza.
Mrs. George W. Theisen received a
telegram last night announcing the
illness of her brother. Paul Royer, in
Denver. Mr. Royer has visited here
ana is known to many El Pasoans.
The Exclusive Woman's
of the rose garden, is just now at the
height of her greatest charm and
blooms crimson and gorgeous, as if
ueiymg mature to strip irom Her
wondrous rosy grandeur.
Belated butterflies hover over the
alfalfa fields, search in c- for one more
sip of honey, and. finding the sweet
blossoms gone, flit to the fragrant
rose gardens where they are scarcely
discernible so near akin to the flow
ers are they in their delicate hues.
The fields of cotton are white with
their bursting bolls, looking just as
if an early snow had fallen and one
almost wonders why the old fashioned
garden oi asters anu aanitas just
across the road bloom so richly.
Soon frost is coming to throw his
mantle of delicate silver lace o-er
all their gorgeousness and they will
sleep until spring but just now they
extend an Invitation to come out into
the frgrant open spaces, where there
is an added joy to the well and happy
ones and healing to the sick bodies or
zations, which will take place next
The committee for El Paso has re
cently been appointed with Mrs. . M.
A. Warner as chairman. The mem
bers of the committee are the fol
lowing: Mrs. V. S. Stewart. Mrs. Henry T.
Bowie, Mrs. A. J. Morris, Mrs. J. A.
Rawllngs, Mrs. Frank Spence. Mrs. L.
I Robinson. Mrs. J. A. Potter, Mrs.
Horace A. Lay, Mrs. Julius A. Kra
kauer. Mrs. W. P. B. McSain. Mrs. C
K. Kelly. Mrs. S. J. FreudenthaL Mrs.
8. C. Kircher. Mrs. Gus Zork, Mrs.
Ed Lachman. Mrs. Sullivan. Mrs.
Julia A. Sharp, Mrs. G. A Martin.
Capt. Kate Marek. Adj. K. Harm. Miss
Helena Huffaker. Miss Anne LeBaron,
Miss Kathryn Flynn. Miss Marvin,
Mrs. W. A. Hawkins and Mrs. D. H.
Becomes Bride of j
Mr. and Mrs. David Beckham have
both been very ill with influenza. Mr.
Beckham has gone to California for
the benefit of his health, and Mrs.
Beckham is recovering from pneu
monia, following influenza.
Capt. Felix Throckmorton, stationed
here for several months with the 15th
cavalry division and recently sta
tioned at Camp "VVadsworth. South
Carolina, is recovering from a se
vere attack of pneumonia.
Friends of Mrs. George B. Seneff.
who, with her husband, made their
nome nere xor a number or Years, will
be sorry to learn that she lost both
her brother and sister at Cambridge.
Mass., during the epidemic of Influ
enza there. IJeut. and Mrs. Seneff
r-"-" ' n maktnr their home In Chi
cago for the past few years but are
in nip in ban Antonio now while Lieut.
bcnefi is stationed there.
Get "What You TlMinlr.
The sole purpose of glasses we fit
is to give you perfect vision. Our
pamsiaKing examination gets at the
root of the trouble and accurately
grouna lenses correct it.
Our expert and conscientious exam
I nation establishes without & doubt
just wnat is needed to give you per
fect vision. Tou can depend upon us
for a truthful, sincere statement of
lacts rased entirely uDon the find
ings of our examination and your
Deai interests, .eea glasses? Ask
HI Pawt Optical ComtHinT.
In the Middle of the Block Between
Oregon and Mesa at 10S Texas St.
XoaVa Fitch and Roofing Lap Cement.
Guests of Ilotel Laughlln enjoy the
uig open iirepiace in the lobby. 311
i . rranKiin. mono zibi. Adv.
T. W. C. A. Careterift 317 EaSi
Franklin. CUblle dlnfnir rnnm fnr nn
and women at reasonable prices.
Guaranteed Porch and floor Paint.
wnofr Lumber Co. Adv.
EL PASO HERALD
Capt. Milo J. Warner Is Back From
f Overseas, Wounded Nine Times j
pAPT. MILO J. WARNER has arrived
s in .New lorK from duty overseas.
He will proceed to San Antonio,
where he will be stationed as instruc
tor at Fort San Houston. His wife,
the former Miss Dorothy Bennett,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ben
nett, with whom she has been living
since her husband's- stay abroad, and
small son. Milo J., Jr- will Join her
husband In San Antonio, where they
will live. Capt. Warner has been
wounded nine times during his ser
vice overseas, but fortunately came
oue with the loss of only one finger.
Miss Edna Robertson has returned
from California, where she spent the
summer In Los Angeles and the
beaches. Mrs. Jack B. Knight nee
Irene Robertson, her sister, who ac
companied her. remained in Los An
geles, where she will spend the win
ter. John S. Curtiss is back from a bus
iness trip to St. Louis. He says the
influenza has virtually shut up the
city so far as business is concerned.
J. E. Neff. one of the active men In
the local Red Cross organization, re
turned from a trlD to San Antonio.
Tex Wednesday afternoon.
Judge W. D. Howe returned Wed
nesday night from Sierra Blanca.
wnere he has been holding court
Out Of Town Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kohlmetz. of
Bisbee. Ariz., arrived in El Paso
Thursday morninrr and registered at
the Sheldon hotel.
F. Frank Upton Is here from Chi
cago to attend his son. Rev. Fr. A. F.
Upton, who is recovering from a se
rious illness of pneumonia.
Capt Fred Jack stopped In El Paso
Wednesday to visit friends en route
to his home in San Diego. Cat, from
training ramp at San Antonio.
Miss Eleanor Wright physical di
rector of the Y. W. C. A., of Dallas.
Tex., who has been here for a visit
to her father. Fred Wright has re
turned to Dallas.
Miss Nancy Edwards, of Knoxvtlle, I
ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN.
By BEATRICE FAIRFAX.
TAKES ALL THE GIRLS ALOXG,
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I am keeping company with a
young woman three years my
junior, and she has three girl
friends whom she has known for
many years, and whenever I sug
gest going anywhere she tells me
she has previously arranged to
see the girls. Due to said ap
pointments I seldom get the oc
casion to go out with her alone.
Do you think she Is justified In
paying so much more attention to
her girl friends than to me, and
what would you advise me to
It does not look as if the young
woman were very deeply In love with
you, or she would not always suggest
such a large party sharing in all
your outings. Why do you not write
her a note and Invite her some place
alone? Ask her far enough ahead to
do away with the idea of a previous
SIIR SAID HER UNCLE DIED.
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I am 19 years of age and In
lore with a drl two years my
Junior. I asked her to eo to a
party with me and she consented.
Afterwards she said she could not
fro because her uncle had died. A
couple of nights afterward I saw
her dandnff at another party, and
when I said, "Hello!" she never
answered me. How can I find out
if she Is mad? I A. V?.
If the vounir irtrl declined to
answer you when you spoke to her
mere is really no otner interpretation
to put on her conduct except that she
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I have a friend who has been In
the United States navy five
years. Some time ago he told me
he thought a great deal ot me and
asked me if I cared for him. I
made light of this question at the
time, but since then I have re
gretted my attitude, especially as
my friend Is alone and I realize
a letter from me now and then in
a crisis like the present war
would mean much to him.
Now, Miss Fairfax, the diffi
culty is I do not know what ship
he is on, or where to address his
letter, having lost the address he
gave me. Could you advise where
I might find his address? Is their
a sailors' directory of -addresses
published or any similar source of
information? Thanking you,
RAnif the name of Tour friend and
the number of years he has been in
the service to the Bureau of Public
Information, corner Fifteenth and G
streets, Washington, D. C If the
hnrenii has not the name of the sailor
on file, they may be able to refer you
to some source or lniormatiou in iuc
Dear Miss Fairfax:
I have a gin iriena wnom i
dearly love and who. In turn
loves me, but I often see her
speaking to different men and as
a result we quarrel, which makes
life unhappy. Kindly advise me
ir T shnuld keep her company or
break with her. H. B.
If I am to take your letter liter
ally at its word value and the young
lady did nothing worse than talk to
different men. your jealousy seems
entirely unwarranted to me. Do you
think because you are in love witn
a girl that she should give up speak
ing to all her other friends? If,
Years Ago Today
From The Herald ot
This Date. 1904.
GUS MOMSEX and R. H. Thorne pro
posed to pay into a fund for en
couraging a silk factory to come to
El Paso 15 cents a front foot on the
real estate they owned In the city.
They thought thit should encourage
others to get up a fund for promoting
Lee Schatzky, brotherlnlaw of rabbi
Martin Zlelonka. was a visitor. He
was interested In Corslcana oil de
velopment. Mrs. B. B. Piekrell returned from
a visit to Buckland. 0 where a fam
ily reunion was held.
Engineer V. T. Lee, of the geologi
cal survey, was examining points in
the Melli valley for possible de
velopment of artesian wells.
Arrangements were being made for
the i:th annual national Irrigation
congress to be held In El Paso No
vember 15, and delegates were being
W. J. O'Brien, grand exalted ruler
of the Elks, and Fred Robinson, grand
secretary, were hero and entertained
by Elks of lodge 1!7.
The North sea Incident of the shell
Inc of British flshine boats from
Hull hr the Russian war fleet was
the subject of strenuous inquiry. AVar
or on apology was demanded from
Tenn.. has arrived m El Paso and
will make uer home here with her
brother. W. W. Edwards, of the local
I". M. C. A. staff.
Mrs. Clarence Mansfield, who came
from Dallas recently to attend the
funeral of her sister. Mrs. Hazel E.
Brickel. will remain in El Paso sev
eral weeks, the guest of her aunt.
Mig Dora Seggersen.
P. P. Chew, of New York. Is In El
Paso visiting his son, Lieut. Philip F.
Chew, of the motor transport corps,
who has been seriously ill in the base
hospital with pneumonia. Lieut. Chew
is now pronounced out of danger.
Mrs. Jva M. Woodard has Just re
ceived a message from her sister,
Mrs. George O. Peavey. of Atlanta.
Ga.. stating that her husband. Lieut
reaver, has sailed lor duty overseas
and that she will come here for the
winter, where she will be a guest at
the Woodard home. She will stop en
route for a visit to friends in Dallas.
Red Cross Work-
A very delightful luncheon, consist
ing of chicken, cottage cheese, hot
Parker House rolls, cinnamon rolls,
fruit salad and coffeenining hot was
served at noon Wednesday to the
workers at Aoy hospital by Mrs. Tom
Mrs. J. H. Nations has enlisted with
the women who are making and fur
nishing soup and broths and will dis
pense soup from her home on Mon
tana street Mrs. Mason Pollard, who
has just recovered from a severe at
tack of Influenza, will assist her
mother with this charity, distributing
the soup to families where they are
unable to call for It
El Pasoans A way.
F. W. Berkshire, supervisor of Im
migration on the Mexican border, left
Thursday for Washington on busi
ness. Mrs. u . . Poole has gone down
the valley to visit Miss Mary Lou
Smitherraan. who is director of do
mestic science in the Tsleta school.
Eugene Fox. traffic manager of the
El Paso & Southwestern, returned
from attending a meeting of traffic
men in San Francisco Tuesday and
left for Chicago Thursday at noon
to attend a similar meeting of railroad
however, you imply that she becomes
acquainted with strangers without
Jan introduction, that is quite another
WHO DOES SHE LOVEf
Dear Miss Fairfax:
We are two young girls of 16 and
17. and have always been the best of
friends, until a few weeks ago, when
we both met and fell in love with a
handsome young man, who is atten
tive to both of us, and seems to ad
mire us equally well. We do not
wish this to break up our friendship,
but fear that If It continues longer,
it may do so. Can you tell us some
way to find out which one of us he
really loves? Fae and Irene.
He will decide which he loves, if
either of you. There is no way to
find out exeept by trusting to time
Of U.S. Revenue
Arizona Chief Justice to
Get Post in New Mex
Washington D. G Oct. 24. Alfred
Franklin, of Phoenix, Arlz was nom
inated today by president Wilson to
be collector of Internal revenue for
the district of New Mexico, succeeding
Lewis T. Carpenter, resigned.
Mr. Franklin Is chief Justice of the
Arizona supreme court and is the son
of former Got. Franklin, governor
during early territorial days, who has
been dead for some years. Judge
Franklin was defeated for renomlna
tion in the recent Democratic pri
mary by Judge A. C Baker, who was
at one time chief Justice of the ter
ritorial suprme court.
Facial massage preserves your ap
pearance. The dry atmosphere of this
city makes necessary the care ojf the
skin and facial muscles. It Is the
duty of any lady, young or old, to
preserve her appearance. Try us; we
use the most up-to-date methods.
DuClo IJcautr Parlor,
3rd Floor Reynolds Bldg. Phone 421?.
Hotel Laujrhlin rooms are the best
furnished In Kl Paso. 311 W. Frank
lin. Phone 2483. Adv.
BonaHcle End of
( i Month
Will put on sale all model and trimmed hats, from
$12.50 to $20.00, Friday fecy oc
and Saturday, each P I
All Tailored and Trimmed Hats from $6.50 to
$10.00, Friday and
416 N. Oregon St.
OUT OF HIGH RENT DISTRICT.
Better Values. Lower Prices.
One Claims Other's Irri
gation Damaging; Three
Wives Demand Damages.
A suit in which damages are asked
by one planter because his neighbor's
irrigation water spread over both
places was filed this morning in 65th
district court by H. F. Holsteln
against W. P. Skov. Holsteln alleged
that during the 191? and 1918 sea
sons. Skov, who cultivates a tract
adjoining Holstein's, about two miles
from Belen. over Irrigated several
times, causing destruction of Hol
stein's alfalfa crops both years. He
alleged he lost flS.OM thereby and
asks that amount of damages.
Sued the Smelter.
Several other damage suits were
filed Wednesday afternoon and
Thursday morning. Josefa G. Escobar
sued the Consolidated Kansas City
Smelting &. Refining Co.. in 63th dis
trict court, for $13,00$, alleging that
on May 13. 1918. her late husband,
Florenclo Escobar, was working for
defendants and was Instructed to get
on a moving car and stop it, by
braking, when It had reached a cer
tain point, but that he fell off. was
injured and died shortly thereafter.
50,000 Suit A (Tain St S. P.
Gertrude M. Johnson sued the
Southern Pacific railroad. In the 41st
district court, for $50,000. alleging
that on August 11, 1918. her late hus
band. Dommle C Johnson, was brak
ing for defendants, running from El
Paso to Lordsburg, and fell from a
car at the latter place, the wheels
severing both legs and causing death.
Mr. McCoy Son Santa Ke.
Keva M. McCoy sued, in the 65th
district court the Rio Grande. El
Paso & Santa. Fe railroad for $40,000.
alleging that on October 11. 1918, her
late husband. Buford McCoy, was
switch foreman for defendants at the
smelter, and while he was coupling
two cars, one -moved back, crushing
the man between the two and causing
Burned So Could Hardly
Stand It. Cuticura Healed.
"I had eczema on my head and it
got all over me. It was in blisters and
my scalp was sore and the breaking
out burned so badly I could hardly
stand it. I could net work and I could
sot sleep. My hair fell out, and I had
the trouble for three years.
"Then I used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. They gave relief in a short
while, and I used three cakes of Soap
and three boxes of Ointment when I
wa3 healed." (Signed) Miss Apple
Gilkerson, Wayne, W.Va- Jan. 1918.
Having obtained a dsar healthy skin
by the use of C-dcsra, keep it dear fay
U3ing the Soep for all toilet purposes
assisted try toccnes cl uintment as
needed. CcVctira Soap Is Ideal for the!
ccmplexIon,iiis so deliateand creamy.
Staple 1m Tn. hr tiH, Addren goat-card:
"Cnmii, Scat. H. BUa." SoU mxrvben.
Sp 2c Omtnxst 3 and tdc Talma 2c
TODAY'S BEAUTY HELP
We find you can bring out the
beauty of your hair to Its very best
advantage by washing It with Can
throx. It makes a very simple, in
expensive shampoo, which cleanses
the hair and scalp thoroughly of all
the dandruff, dirt and excess oil. leav
ing a wonderfully clean, wholesome
feeling. After Its use. you will find
that the hair dries quickly and evenly,
is never streaked in appearance and
is always bright, soft and fluffy; so
fluffy, in fact, that It looks more
abundant than It Is. and so soft that
arranging it becomes a pleasure. Just
use a teaspoonful of Canthrox, which
you can get from any good druggist,
dissolve it In a cup of hot water: this
makes a full cup of shampoo liquid,
enough so it Is easy to apply it to
all the hair instead of Just the top
of the head. Adv.
Baby Colds j
require treatment with a resaedr tlit eon-
Uins no opiates. Piso's is mDd but eSec
ore: pleasant to tale. Aik yov? drurcist for
MAJ. WILLIAMS UNDERGOES
Camp Cody. Deming. N. M.. Oct it.
MaJ W. G. Williams, assistant division
adjutant was successfully operated
upon for appendicitis at the base hos
pital. Tuesday, and is on the safe
road to recovery. MaJ. Williams is a
HE DARKENED HIS
They Used to Call Him Grandpa; Now
They Call Hun Kid.
Tells How He Did It
Mr. J. A. MeCrea, a well known res
ident of San Francisco, who was called
Daddy and Grandpa on account of Ms
white hair, and who darkened it with
a simple home-made mixture, recently
made the following statement:
"Anyone can prepare a simple mix
ture at home, at very little cost, that
will darken gray hair, and make it
soft and glossy. To a half pint of
water add 1 ounce of bay mm, a small
box of Barbo Compound and ounce
of glycerine. These ingredients can be
bouzht at any dru2 store at very little
cost. Apply to the hair twice a week
until the desired shade is obtained.
This is not a dye, it does not color the
most delicate scalp, is not sticky or
greasy and does not rub off. ily mends
call me the 'Kid'." Adv.
! Slacker PrSgh ffikagncy lllll I
Take Your Lighting Out
of the Slacker Class
Every old style Carbon Lamp that remains in
your Electric Light sockets in home, office or fac
tory is a slacker lamp retarding in place of aid
ing the nation in its war endeavors.
In view of the threatened shortage of all kinds of
fuel the coming winter, the United States Fuel
Administration requests all Public Utility Com
panies to impress upon their customers and the
public generally the urgent importance of avoid
ing the wasteful and extravagant use of electric
ity and the imperative necessity of making use of
the most efficient lamps and appliances.
Burn Mazda Lamps to
Help Conserve Coal
High efficiency Mazda Lamps give the maximum
amount of light on the smallest possible consump
tion of current. This means saving coal for war's
industries and reducing current consumption.
High efficiency Mazda Lamps not only conserve
coal, but give a better quality of light and reduces
the monthly lighting bills.
"See that a Mazda Lamp" is in every socket"
El Paso Electric
New York Painless Dentists S
! Aluminum Ptat, Robber Plato H
Note the thinness of the Aluminum Plats as compared to rubber. H
REMEMBER, WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION 1
Aluminum Pialo Robber Plato
Note the thinness of the Aluminum Plate as compared to rubber.
REMEMBER, WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION
In workmanship and material used. We meet all legitimate com
petition In prices. We do not claim to hav any patented methods
that others do not or cannot use.
pur laboratory is so equipped that we can skillfully make any
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Our newly renovated offices are th most sanitary and best
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