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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, Feb. 13, 1920.
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Bedtime Stories For The Little Ones I
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UKCLE WIGGILY AND SAMMIES SKIPPER.
Br HOWARD B. CARIS
IIIIIIIIIIHIW
.Tr the woodshed of the borrow
-nusf where the Uttetall family
rabbits lived Uncle Wlsrglly
rtay heard a ponndlns;. lmagliis;
to ttfm Susie" scissors (a to skates
there Is no telling what might have
happened.'
"So I heard."' said Sammle. TTWI.
after I Bret my skipper doa-e too and
wonder if that Is Mr. Llttletail I Susie may ride over the lee on that.
nr wood ror ihe Tire before he ; if you Ufce.
o work In the carrot factory'", "Thank yon," spoke Uncle Wle-stly.
u b Icw ftue " vast wv v wwni
Sammle showed It to Uncle Wiggll-.
The skipper was a flat board, with
little runners, like those of a sled.
on the under side. '
"How does It work?" asked Mr.
Xjonftreara.
"Oh. yon Just pat the skipper on
the ice, sit on it and posh yourself
aJens," Sammle answered. "It is a
rrom ine
the bonny uncle. "If it is. I
t help hfm. Since he was so kind
to ask Nurse Jane and me here
In. c with him. after oar hollow
.- p bung-alow burned, I must help
i all I can "
- . on point out to the wood
Uncle Wtg-rily only saw there
v. -,,-,. . the boy rabbit.
W hat are too ma.klnr. RjtmrnlA- &
l-oat" asked the rabbit gentleman, of sled, made Just
- n saw nis nepnew witn some iwm- i wi.
oces of wood and a hammer made Then he went on hammering and
y. cm a stone fastened to a grape- jponndlng, and Uncle Wiggily started
'r handle jout to look for an adventnre.
r of a boat," Sammle answered. ' TH trT your skipper when I come
Then it must be an ice boat," Sammle," said the rabbit gen-
od Uncle Wlcirily. "for the woman.
t Tvound ocean is frozen now. and
n 'ce boat is the only kind that
id sU over it."
T as what rm making a sort
it boat," said Sammle "Only I
i it a skipper, because I hope It
I sk.p over the ice."
Susie and I skipped over the Ice
trdaj-, when the Basoop chased
said the bunny gentleman, with
-.on of sideways twinkle of his
rose. Jf 2 had not been able
BETTER THAS
WHISKEY FOR
COLDS AND FLU
New elixir, called Aspiron
aL medicated with latest
scientific remedies, used
and endorsed by Euro
pean and American army
surgeons to cut short a
cold and prevent complications.
Every druggist in IT. S. in-
"Uncle WImrllr! Uncle Wlm-lly!"
called Nurse Jane after htm. as the
'rabbit wis bopping: off down the
bill.
"What is It?" he turned back to
ask. Do yon want a ponnd of sugar
from the eight and sine cent store?"
"No. bnt yon had better take your
umbrella," spoke Nurse Jane. "Jt
looks as If it might snow or rain be
fore yon sret back."
Uncle WlgTslly glanced up at the
clouds. Truly it did look as if It
might storm, so he went back after
his trusty umbrella. Sammie was
still hammering and banging away
at the Ice skipper.
"Sammie is a great boy! thought
the bunny gentleman. Then be
hopped on over the fields and through
the woods, did Uncle Wlgglly. look
ing on all sides for an adventure.
Bat adventures were scarce, that
day; as scarce as sun flowers at the
North Pole. And as It was getting
colder, and the wind was blowing
ana n loosea more ana more like a
storm, the bunny gentleman said:
"I guess ril go back home!
He turned around, and, as he dM
so. he saw the queer old Pussy Fox
lump from behind a snow bank.
-on. hor barked the fox, twisting'
bis left handed whisker into a grin
-This is the time I'll get you. Uncle
Wiggily! Tou haven't Susie wth you.
now, to sew your button on, and sew
me fast to a chair! Susie Isn't here1"
"No. and Tm glad she isn't!" said
the bunny gentleman. "Tou can't
hurt her. And now you run along,
you bold, bad creature."
"Ha! Ran along! Ill run along
after YOU!" yelped the fox. "Here
I come" i
. iui u.i u. i .u. mi ud jgg
I
HOROSCOPE
SATURDAY, FKUKUAItY 14, 1BS0.
WHILE Venns and Jupiter rule
beneficiently today, according to
astrology, Mars is In a menacing
aspect.
It Is a time that should be most
promising to women, for Venus smiles
not only on their lore affairs, bnt
upon their business Tentnres.
Although women will mora, and
more enter the professions and other
vocations, the seers declare that they
will be peculiarly susceptible, to ro
mance during the current year. Mar
riages will be numerous, but may
decrease rapidly after midsummer.
The theater now comes undec a
planetary government that seems to
brinsr nearer the changes lone pre
dicted in methods of management.
The spread of community play
houses and access of interest In
amateur efforts wll! improve the
professional stage, astrologers fore
tell. Business and commerce are sub
ject to a good direction making for
prosperity. Bankers should improve
opportunities offered today. There Is
a sign inaieaung toe itonung or a
new foreign loan of magnitude.
Mars is today ominous. The end of
wars la not yet come and there may
be some call to arms, but it will not
be for any great campaign.
Collesre nrofessors and leaders In
education are now subject to the best
influences. Appointment to a now
office of distinction seems to be in
dicated fcr a teacher.
Intrigues and subtle plots are be
lieved to be aided by the general
aspects of the stars at this time and
women are held to be peculiarly
sensitive to the Influences.
Religious matters now probably
will be much dlseossed, and dissen
sions Bem to be indicated among
widely differing sects.
Persons whose birthdate it Is may
have a year in which there is
anxiety. They should avoid new en
terprises. Children born on this day may have
manv una and down in life. These
subjects of Aquarius are usually very
kind ana generous. uopyngnt. isztf.
by The McClure Newspaper
cate.
SyndJ-
.!
erallr. lo'i-i all her soft lemlnlnf'
rhjrm Mirel as lone as a woman I
takes an interest in beioming hats
she is feminine enough for anyon.
for unbecomlngness in headgear is a
peculiarly masculine trait, as witness
the derbies, stovepipe affairs and
round, hard straws.
But the members of the Gamut club
nave sawn - VI
than millinery. They are all really
doing mingB, wruins, vihib, ,-
.no- Kr.ntrrin.r And lawverine. Every
I rp nm rt a 1 sy I; Tuesday eTenlng they meet for d-n-
1 J (I V 6 I 6 T T I ner in their most attractive clubhouse
on 4Btn Street, near nuu (tr-Biiuc iu
New York, wearing their becoming
hats and talking in a most Intelligent
am aet av '-w "- -subjects.
Men are not allowed, but
tney aon i wem . unow .
In spite of their absence the iir 1st
pleasant! tinged witn eiKaret amoxe
Tile clUD was lounueu bh jcara
By N1KSA1I
THB GAMtTT CLVB-
THE Gamut dab is an association of
very modern and professional
women who are still feminine
enough to choose becoming hats. That
is the first impression a guest at one
of their Tuesday evening dinners gets
and it Is a circumstance worthy of
being used m many an argument
against those who maintain that a
woman, who wants to vote and ram
page around In the world of meo gea-
' B
EUTgfjgH
1 if HU
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' bck withoct aueaticci
r HUNT-3 Salve fall Is the
t Of ITCH. ECZEMA.
RINGWORM. TETTER or
other ttchmg kin diseases. Tiy
a 75 cent box at our risk.
TONIGHT Mat. Sat. 2:30
America's Favorite
Leon W. Washburn's
FAHOCS COLORED
MINSTRELS
The Best Comedians
Singers and Dancers
A Beantlfnl Scenic First Part
A Festival of Flowers
Great Vamlevilie Features
UTETT KOVELTIES
EccKvrruc comedies
SC.GS AXD MUSIC
Concert Band and Orchestra
FREE STREET PARADE
MGHTS 58e, St. Box Seats, to,
MATIN KK SAT. 50c. 73c. Box
Seats. fl.Se. rlos War Tax.
Balconr t upper boxes for colored
SKITS NOW OX SALE.
st.rnnt.aA r r.aT-r.-nA -,' TPOfe. Uncle Wiggily stood sUll? In
WIU.WUUUU wj luuiiu jjiikciueea ine ounny aid not he
ran, too,
.-r.T-,;l .. :i. -i. .. a. land be kept ahead of the fox.
""" J"" wcuo db uuiuib- TU take a short cut across the
er it relief does not come
within two minutes.
Delightful taste, immediate
relief, quick warm-up.
The sensation of the -fear in the
drag trade is Aspvosai, the two
-amute eoid and eoogb reltever, &U'
thontatiseJy guaranteed by the labora
to-ies; tested, apwsTH aad meat
eothasifstirally endorsed by the buaY
rat authorities, and proclsireed by the
co"iman people as tea tesea as quiet
ard efiective as whiekej, reek and
rre, or any other eoid and cough
remedy they have ever tried.
All drug stores are bow supplied
r-rj) the wonderful new elixir, so all
yo i have to do to get rid of tost eeld
'3 to step into the nearest drug store,
!:u d the clerk half a dollar for a bottle
ei Atj.ironal and tell bia to serve you
two teaspounfuis with four teasuooa
fuls of water in a sktsa. Witt your
-natch in your hasd, take the drink
at one swallow and caH for your atoaey
track in two minates if you easBot
fee! your cold fading away like a drears
witbiu tie time limit. Don't be base
fu', for all draggwte ifivite yoa and
expect yon to tty it. BTerybody'a
doing it
When yonr cold or eoogh is re
T.eved, tike the remeinder of the bottle
1 oae to yonr wife and babies, for
Aspirona) is by Tar the safest and most
effective, tbe easiest to take and the
most agreeable cold and cough remedy
for ir rants and children Adv.
frosen duck pond ocean r said Cncle
Wiggily. as he ran away from the
Pussy Fox. And when the bunny
rcvcneu use snore or tne xrozen pona.
there was Sammle. the rabbit boy.
with hlsoew skipper boat, ready to
glide over the lee.
"Oh, Uncle Wiggily! Come on' Get
aboard my boat!" cried the rabbit
hoy. "It skips as fast as anything,
my skipper does!"
Uncle Wiggily. somewhat out of
breath, hopped aboard aad Sammie
pushed out from shore. The fox was
eoming on as fast as a trolley car
-Oh. ni get you! ni get you!" he
howled.
"Push. Sammle! Push!" cried Uncle
Wiggily, as he stood up on the skip
per and looked at the fox dribbling '
along over the ice. I
"I am pushing!" panted Sammie. "1 1
am nushinjn But mr akiDDer doesn't
go as fast with two on, as with only
one. The wind Is blowing hard. If
1 only had a saii "
Uncle Wiggily looked back. The
fox was getting doaer. Then tbe
bunny glanced at his big umbrella.
"A sail!" he cried. "Wh-r. I have
one here!"
. Then he opened the umbrella, aad
held it out in front, as he stood up on
the skipper. The wind Llew on the
open umbrella, as it blows on a. salL
on came the fox, but the skipper boat
went so fast that it soon left the bad
chap far behind and he didn't get
Uncle Wiggily. or Sammle either.
"Well." said the bunny gentleman,
"ifa a good thing you made your
skipper, Sammie."
"And If s good you had your um
brella." laughed Sammie, and so it
was. And if the clothes horse doesn't
try to jump over the wash tub and
make the ironing board slide down
bill with the roller skate. I'll tell you
next about Uncle Wiggily and Su
sie's valentine. Copyright, 1930, by
McClure Newspaper Syndicate.
Sr LAST DAY!
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solved in water baa an odor.
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Special
Valentine
Menu
V BBWSBBBBBa9sr
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Music
by
Payne's
Orchestra
Tonight will be your lucky night if you come, to
the Elite after the shouf
You wul find oa our Menu, Light Lunches, Sandwiches, Salads
and other daiaty little items Just whatever you desire Served
in the roost pleasing maneer possible.
Come le the Elite lomghl or rsij other night for your Light
Lunches You TPtfl enjoy Ac name, loo.
Elite Confectionery
Texas and Mesa.
Phone 347-348
TO GOVERNMENT HILL LINE PATRONS
Effective Sunday, February 15th, Government Hill cars will be
rooted from Stanton street to the Plaza via Mffls street This
change ra rooting will -aaterkBy improve the service, and wiD af
ford the patrons of the GaTemtsest Hifl Has reliable, dependable
schedules.
EL PASO ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY
ALBA H. WARREN, Manager.
AZIMOVA
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ln
ago by Mary Sbaw. the well known
feminist and actress. Lillian Rusiel
and others. According to the direc
tors' secretary. Mary Reban. It has
no purpose.. It is lust a club for
nnmen, filling the same place ia
their lives that the average mo"s
club fills. Prom time te time hey
put on plays or give dnces. And
every Tuesday evening they have a
dinner followed by a talk by some we: I
known woman.
Recently when Mary -Shaw -vas in
troducing the spesker of tne ivening.
Marearet Sasiter. she said something
which should be very reaworlng to
those wno wisn to icep women
strictly in tbe 10 ilr fearinc that
otherwise posterity w'.l die out or
something
She said- "Of course the Teal des
tiny of woman Is and alwrs witl be
motherhood.'
HOSYVELL OPERA JIOISE.
Roswelt, N M, Feb. 1J. P.oswell
Is to have an opera house which fS
to cost not lees than UU.oeO. This
project is n charge of Harry White.
course here and a number off otb"
big attractions. Many of the raw:
prominent Dusiness men In the -are
behind this proposition and it
formanres heretofore have been heW
-access Is already -assured. All per-
m the Armory, which is much too
who baa put over the winter dramatic small to accommodate the crowds.
Kabibble Kabaret
OnniH. MM Ii.tfcl fetUtt sertloi. ic-xcuunt O. S. rsh-a
HEWS TWs WgbDlriG Afi,fCV ?UlRG.-mvW SiAMlXttffl
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I LAST TIME-TODAY 11 t L L A ll M 1 OlLlUIHll 1
HARRY I TODAY! TODAY!
CAREY SI TOMORROW LAST DAY AND TOMORROW
II lAf 111 THE PLAY
BOYHOOD'S HERO BH lf IB I t,
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In His Latest Western Play 1 H II I III k
I M AND HEART!
i JtLK II ROGERS tuc
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& I "WATER,WflTER FORTUNE I
"Marked I everywhere" MIINTFP" I
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I Also Q
I "Shimmy Gym" II
1 A Two-Reel Cackoo Conedy
"Stronger Than Death"
TOMORROW ALSO SUNDAY and MONDAY
OFFICIAL EXPLOITS OF THE
GERMAN SUBMARINE U-35
A graphic photoplay sbovring tbe actnal operation of this
tabmarine on its trip of destruction which resulted in
linking 21 steamers, three sailing vessels and capturing
fire British captains.
The pictures were taken aboard the U-35 and were
intended for German eyes only.
ROSCOE ARBUCKLE in
"A SMALL TOWN BULLY-
lllirill
; bijou
; TODAY!
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From 8. E. P. mtorr br
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Presented by tut all-ar
eaat
12 yon like thrills, here they
nret If 70a Iotc romance,
here It Is! If yon trail t to
see the most -exciting; pic
ture eTer screened don't
miss this one.
a
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A breezy, romantic comedy, rippling with youth
and the joy of life.
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PROLOGUE
"The Vamping Spider"
by
Screen Magazine L E. Klein Comedy
"Sing" Number Concert Orchestra Jemqnins
Edgar L Pomeroy, Director.
Peggy is tonic for the children. The 3 odock show is played by
the orchestra.
SAT. and SUN.!
The neir screen sensation
BUGK JONES
In the new Tax feature.
from the noTel by Harold
Titos.
a"TheLastStraw"H
Com Ine aoon to the BIJon.
Utlllam Fox -rriU present
"Eranfcellne, the Immortal
poem br Henry Wndsvrorth
LonsfelloiT.
Xotlcei Special orchestra
eommeneins; Satnrdaj-. trill
plar from 3 to 5. and 1 to
11 p. xn dallr
HB&BHBBB
ALSO
NEW STAR COMEDY
NEW PATHE WEEKLY
BEYEESTEDT BROS.'
ORCHESTRA
AND ELLANAY ORGAN
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J I C0MIN& SUNDAY
I MADGE KENNEDY
hI In
5 I "THE BLOOMING ANGEL"
Hi
m Coming Next Wednesday
H Mabel Normand in "Pinto"
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a 1 IN "POLLYANNA"
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COMING SUNDAY
The Triumphant Triumvirate
CHARLES RAY
DOROTHY DALTON
And LOUISE GLAUM
In
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ill mk MMtiAl)
Snn 3Xon Tues-. Wed
Feb. I5-16-I7-IB'
Mats. Son. and Wed 230.
The First Real JOY
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OLIVE THOMAS
IN A BIG SNAPPY PRODUCTION
"FQQtlBgtiis and Shadows"
3 to 5 rSPECIAL MUSIC 7 to 11
Alhambra Symphony Orchestra
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Seat Sale Friday Ttooa.
El Paso Employers
A
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TI0N has saved for its subscribers up to January 1st, 1920,
a total of $1,295,797.04.
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carry their Workmen's Compensation Insurance through the
medium of the Association, and have received their propor
tionate share of these savings. This has been done-without
risk on their part, as the Association's policy-holders are non
assessable by Law.
To those employers of labor in El Paso who, through,
lack of information, or other cause, have heretofore denied
themselves the benefits of the Association, the opportunity
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