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Week-End Edition, May 15-16. 1920.
EL PASO HERALD (LETTERS OF THE CZARINA I TO THE CZAR IN WAR TIME I I i 1 Alix Reads "The Eosaiy" and Uses Its Nomenclature f in Addressing Her Husband. Has PUns for Building Railroads When Peace Returns So Soldiers I Will Have Something to Do. E--m ,,, , By ISAAC DON LEVLVH mniiwiwuwi AKTICLE XXXV1IL USES WORDS FROM THE nOSAItY." THE czarina re5 Th Rosary." by Florence JL. Barclay with such relish that che adopted many of ti love phras8 In addressing the czar Boj Blue" became her favorite. rue she quoted from the book this qjestion. "Do you lore his mouth, bis ves. Ms hair?" only to enable her to answer, "Yes, my Little Boy Bine, I do and I Ions to press my kisses tr de -ly an passionately upon the-n The czarina's love for her 1 -anl would seem to be everlast iip' fresh Her professions of it. h .werer are so persistent and i umerous that their pennineness o me times becomes a matter of 3oubt- The diversity of the czarina's In e rests is shown by her advocacy of a billion ruble lean for the building of railways Immediately upon the conclusion of peace, so as to give em plovmeut to returned soldiers, and i jereby at old discontent. She took the matter up !th prime minister Fturnur and minister of finance Bark, tjt the plan apparently came to mOii' g A Sun Die Irftter Tzarskoye Selo, April , itl. h own Boy Blue How do ou like that my sweet on?" Yes, I love the book and shall bring it with me and road tho teador passages when sad and heartsick. X do miss you so, so much, Lory mine. "Our Friend told Aula about one having" shut up Sakfiomltnor; that it is a bit not well Soefa marvelous weather: our wounded all lay and sat oat on the balcony and In the garden, even the worst, tne ssn Do ing the best cure, and then morally It does them good. "Must end. my Sunshine, my Joy. We all kiss and bless you. I cover you with kisses and miss you hor ribly, my AugeL You did take the fortress, you sweet Boy Blue, and she was like your very own "WIPY Cxar Plalshea Tfce Rosary "Tzarskoye Selo. April 2S, me. "My very Own "Id conversation N. C told me of an idea one had proposed (probably Bankendorf. but to my mind excel lent.) that one should a little later on make a loan in the country for a milliard to build railways, of which we are la sore need. It would be covered almost at once, as the bank ers and merchants, who are colossally rich now, would direcrl- give big sums, as they understx the gain. "Then by wis one wi find work for our restlves when ihey return from the war, so as not to let them at once return to their villages, where discontent would soon begin. The prisoners can begin alL. And thus on can find heaps of places for wounded officers along the line, at the stations, etc Don't you agree with the Idea. You and I once had Right Effect- Your physician is glad to have you bring your prescription to our drug -stores to be compounded, because he knows that we carry only the purest, highest grade drugs. Wfecn prescriptions are costpcosded of pore drags of standard strength, tney are certain to Lave the anticipated effect. Bring Your Next Prescription to Ut FIRST AID ARSENIC POISONING TChlle waiting administer m urge ".If rfMter. ,.. wofta TtiMI T1I8711llli& In quantity. Beaten nj eggs or castor OIL Warmth and rabbtag. If rat poison ham been taken, treat 'as lor poison by arsenic Keen yoirr medicine cabinet well rappMed against eroeitiouvrao. T Scott White Drug Co. SAFETY FIRST DRUGGISTS Mill, BaiHzBtV Roberts-Banner Bailtas- 314 San Francisco St It. do yott remember? May I apeak of It to Stunner when next I see htm. so as to work out a plan bow It laical DO UOUC UUU UV I ll bvcaa tJ s Bark about It; As yon finished TTi flMRrr' T nd votx the conttn- 5 nation, yon will find the same people again In this book. When do yon so to the guard? Hare yon thought about our Journey? la it not beastly the Bresiau shot at Eupatorla? Our wounded must bar Et a good fright. Sweetheart. I must end now. 1 zniss you more than words can say and yearn for your kisses. God Mass you. Ever your very OWN." 3fy Boy Bine' Ac in -Txarskoye Selo. April It, ISIS. "Mr own precious Darling- "There wo are Into winter again, everything white and snowing hard, j take the four girls with me to see the English hospital in Ella's house. In the evening their unit leaves for the guard. Then we take tea at Anltchkov. I can't take Baby, as his left leg is bent all these days and oae must carry htm. -Well, that was a trial for Ania yesterday, never coald one settle when my sanitary train would get to Txarskoye Selo from town ,to pick her up. ... "At ?: last they left she was ut terly wretched.) and when going to bed I got a letter from her from town, saying that tbey would stick there till If... God knows wben loey wui reacn j3hpii- ouq bcuwo you many loving kisses, but had ant time to write these last days of fMfetlag. -What do yoa say to Klkolasha hav ing presided the opening committee on the question of Zemstovs in Trans Caucasia? -Ah. my Boy Blue, me's coming soon to gather him to my breast and to cover his sweet face, eyes and lips with tender kisses!" "Goodby and God bless you. Sweet heart. I cover you with burning kisses and rest your head upon ray breast. -Ever your very own o'jj-j. Speak Kladly of Olaa " Txarskoye Selo, April 2, lilt. "My own Boy Blue: -Warmest thanks, "my treasure, for your dear letter Just received and for poor Mttle Olga's. I fully under stand and deeply feel for her. but had to put all before her. for your sake. Of coarse, one can only long for her happiness at last, but will she gain it thus? "May I ask our Friend of my ac cord whether he would think it bet- . ait Nimiii tt should be now or after the war? I ebaU see him to bid goodby a second In Anla's house, HOROSCOPE INVESTMENT REVIEW Our. weekly market letter. Issue-d for tho benefit of our clients, free to ytm. "We haadU Certified InTest ineBts esclHBtrely. Our XHieats Iorest on tie "10 PAYMENT PLAN" axd Are Protected Writ today for a won pie covj ot ta TTrV3STMENT REVIEW." It win keep yoa fully Informefl. CHESTER R. BUNKER & CO. Certified InTCatznenU Eppeteln Bid-. Fort TTortk. Texaa, SU.NOAY, MAY 18, IPSO rlS should be a most fortunate day. according to astrology. Sat urn, bran us and Venus are all In benefic aspect. tinder this swav old creeds and old faiths should be more than usual ly acceptable, owing to come sudden reaction of the human mind. Union of the churches, so lone foreshadowed by the -tars, -omes at this time under the most propitious conditions and there will arise a lay leader who will accomplish much In the line of coordination and read Juatment. There is a sway held to presage new light on ancient beliefs, xnakiscr for a greater i ritual consciousness oit the part of men and women of evpry nation. "Women will benefit In this newer revelation that is prophesied, and which is said already to be recognized here and there by a few advanced thinkers. Love affairs come under a rule that seems to indicate happiness and progress. Romance will again In crease everywhere. Mercury, conjoined with Venus, seems to promise much for agricul ture. Crops should be good, but the benefits forecast In this configura tion will be legislative and commer cial. Uranus continues to foreshadow a qatclfening of the psychic powers and a growth of knowledge In occult matters, although danger la foreseen in experiments with unknown forces. This should be a favorable plane tary government for the theater and for all entertainments that present the lighter and happier phases of human experience. The seers prophesy the spread of Interest In all forrr - of dramatic production and the accepts nee of plays as mediums for the teaching of everyday lessons In citizenship. Motion pictures come under a rule making for extraordinary develop ment and new capital will bring about great changes In them. Persons whose birth date it Is xnay expect a quiet and successful year. Journeys and changes that will be fortunate are indicated. Children born on this day are likely to be strong in body and mind. Per severance Is to be expected as a dis tinguishing characteristic. (Copy right. 1920, by the MeClure News paper Syndicate.) ' MONDAY. MAY IT, 1D20 MERCURY and Venus rule strongly for good today, according to astrology. Neptune and Jupiter are in evil place. For months the stars have given warning that a period of reaction In financial conditions was to be ex pected and again it Is pointed out that conservation of resources is most important. Jupiter is read as presaging a cur tailment of expense in many lines of manufacture and in shops. Employes will lose positions and will be super seded by persons who receive smaller salaries. Neptune Is in a place that Is held to forecast a serious distortion of vision on all public questions and this will cause more strikes, as well as political uncertainty During this government of the stars It Is wise to be exceedingly careful In speaking or writing opin ions; since there is an aspect making for libel, scandal and sensational oc currences. "Women ehould be exceedingly care ful at this time, as they may make mistakes of Judgment. Especially should all connected with politics be very cautious. Again surprises in the forecast of candidates for president are numer ous. Danger lies in too much popu larity the seers declare. It has been prophesied that the be ginning of the summer quarter next month gives warning of strikes that affect shipping and the postal serv ice. Railways, also, will hare trou ble. Under the planetary nils that will make the next few months Interest ing to all who have the public weal at heart many disturbing events are prognosticated. Women have a fortunate rule this day, which should be good for all public work and especially for or ganizing, writing and speaking. It is a Xairiy lucky sway for Iots affairs, but they will be most likely to affect the fortunes of persons In high place, who will be strangely sucepuoie. Persons whose blrthdate It Is may expect an active year that brings great success In business and happi ness In the. home. Children born on this day are like ly to be quick and clever, but they may be rather too fond of flirtation and admiration. (Copyright. 1920. by the MeClure Newspaper Syndicate.) as he wants to bless me before the Journey; and then you can answer her. I saw Xenla at tea yesterday, she also leaves south on Saturday and won't probably see me before for the talk. Volodia Volkonsky told her now and to Petia he said better after the war. He Is such a man, tries to please all parties, the same as he does in the corridors of the Tauride. I went to our hospital this morning. now must receive, then shall go to Aula's hospital and then reports always busy. Precious Boy Blue, me loves oo oh so much and so endlessly. God bless and protect you. I cover you with very, very tender at kisses. Every your very "Own." (Volodta Volkeasay Is prlne Vladimir M. Voikessay, vie president of the dema, which expiates the reference to HOT SULPHUR BATHS NararVa Cere Ut B-MH.tUa. ,SUs Oltetm, ied StaMUfe Tfeeblae ime TFWPKTJf WBLLS. ex 53 Jew. Texu. dmt Sea a&fteefle) ate sstd wb Bet OelBfiirr Bcua vtth coexpetest etteaduti end ciedera Hotel orwitieorlitteea Bcine iaU ratce. We ere now drtvts PtteBs from laac dteeaete. eB ef rtex will tftE7 19 cml tWM-nw. end gveennr ebMMe emne. Tit teem a ooce end tie wD xta- W er win for mmtare. Addme TE&RBLL WTXX6 CO Sen Joe. Btxir Coastr Texee. BeenuloD, ewteealns peele. maae end dtncrns. m, Hudson Fineness Equals Its Matchless Performance Aside From the Supremacy of the Exclu sive Super-Six Motor, Its Beauty Gives Distinction In Any Field of Fine Cars Hudson has unremittingly kept the issue of performance to the fore. Hot simply he cause its mastery is indisputable. Bather because this question is vital above alL It must always be so. It must always be the measure of any car's title to worth. Hence undue emphasis has never been placed on Hudson's four year's leadership in fine car sales. Largest sales are not in fallibly proof of greatest merit. Hudson has no need to offer them as such. Yet their importance cannot be over looked. Here is the massed opinion of far the greatest number of owners of any fine car in the world. Some are driving the earliest Super-Sixes built now more than four years old. Some acquired Hudsons but recently. But how unanimously they hold no car can rival it. What 90,000 Owners Know First Hand Those who have had their Hudsons long est are perhaps its most emphatic cham pions. They know it best. They have seen it pitted with triumph against every situa tion that can confront an automobile. To day their Super-Sixes are giving service, such as is literally beyond the performance capacity of many new cars that 'cost more. Certainly no fine car is so highly regarded by such a large following- See What It Has Done Were its position less deserved could Hud son hold the loyalty of all these? Were its supremacy less decisive, surely five years must have discovered the rightful successor. But time only brings fresh evidence of Hudson leadership. In speed in power in acceleration in hill-climbing, have never been matched. The most abusive tests to which a car was ever subjected have failed to find its endur ance limit. Could other types adopt it, they might share Hudson's unmatched ability. But Hudson controls it. By right of inven tion Hudson alone can use it. It will not be possible to supply all who want Hudsons. So even though you may not want your car for several months, now is not too early to place your order. th corridors of tho TaarMo ptlaoo. whoro tiio dnmt wu atsemMed.) Quotes From Her Readlaa "Tzarskoye Selo, May 1. Ut. "My beloved precious One: "Excuse my bothering yoa with petitions, bat our Friend sent them me. Ania arrived last night at her destination. "I havo nothing; interesting tojoteU you. Perhaps alter Nikolai Mflchallo- Titch has bren; he asked to see ma alone. ""Do yoa lore his month, his eyes, his hair.' Tea, my little Boy Bine, I do; and I long to press mj kisses tenderly and passionately upon them. Sweet Boy Bine with that deep, trae love- "Well, I had Nikolai for an hoar; very lnterestins aboat the letters he wrote yon, etc and he wants m to talk all over with you. I am Tory tired after It, but he meant and spoke well (tbo I don't like him.) "tJoodby, Sweetheart, Boy Blue. T bless and kljj yoa without end, my one and all. "Ever your very own oM "WIFT." Xlans For Railway Loaa "My own beloved Treasure: "Well. Stunner found the idea about the loan for railways Ingenious I ana just tn ngnt moment, as ail grumble now about the railways and will sooner give money. Then I spoke of Snkhomlinov. He said Fred erick got a letter Glke mine, prob ably.) for the wife, but he said it did not concern him to speak to you of It and gave it to who showed it to the minister of Justice. Tho latter wrote a whole answer way It had to be, and Stunner thought of bringing It to you now, but I eaid you would have no time to receive him these davs and ha will ask for an audience rafter your return he has never been at tne neaaquarters. iu am not wisn to crleve too about Sukhomlinov. as he knows you liked him. So I aakfrd him to speak again to Khvostov whether one could not keep Sukhom llaov in another place at least, not there, and Khvostov cornea to me at 4tt. Look at ma with all the minis ters suddenly. "Stunner has nothing In particular: only it you receive Itodztanko (one says he goes to you) to tell him you wish insist the duma to finish ner work In a month and Its the place for him and all the rest to be In the country and see to their fields. He does not approve of the question of Zemstovs for the Caneassus. as is sure they will always fight the dif ferent nationalities. "Fondest, blessings and wannest tenderest kisses. Lovebird. "Bver your very OWN." "Soon, soon together." CToaatehQc Is apparently prlneo John Conitmatlnovltea, a brethtr of Isor. Pa tutla is probably prince Wchaol a Fa tlatla, marshal of tho imperial coart aad enlof administrator of tho palace at Tsar skoro Solo.) Copyright. 1SJ. by Chicago Dally News company. All rights reserved In Great Grltaln. Scandanavta. France, Italy, Spain. South America, and all other countries. Published by special arrangement with the Mc Clue Newspaper Syndicate. FIELD ARTILLERY BAND TO GIVE CONCERT AT FT. BLISS The Eighty-second field artillery band will give a concert tomorrow night at S oeloek at the regimental band stand at Ft Bliss. Its numbers follow: March Lorraine Ganne Overture Mornlnr, Noon and Night In Vienna Suppe Three Dances Tom "Henry vnr No. 1 Morris Dance. 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