EL PASO HERALD
I LETTERS OF THE CZARINA
TO THE CZAR IN WAR TIME
Alix Hears of Kitchener's Sailing and Expresses
I Amazement at his suaaen veavi.
I Story That Empress "Tipped Off Germans by Wireless of Trip to f
i ruuaa INot Borne UuL
By ISAAC DON LEVI.VE
ARTICLE AJLJLLX THE XC1TS ABOUT K1TCUBSEK.
191S a story made the rounds of
X Europe and America that the
cz&rina had betrayed to the Ger
mans the fact of lord Kitchener's
departure for Russia- The story had
It that the czarina maintained wire
less communication with Potsdam
and that as soon as she learned of
Kitchener's plan to visit Russia she
informed the German eovemmtnt of
t which took care to sink the war
ship on which he was traveling.
Although the British government
announced that the cruiser carrying
Kitchener was struck by a mine. It
Is still of interest to check up the
foresroing charges against the czar
ina with the facts contained In her
The first inkling of the czarina's
knowledge of Kitchener's trip is
'ound In her letter of Hay 12 (June
4) in which she writes that "one
says Kitchener comes the 28th here
or to the headonarters." This was
written on the day Kitchener board -
a the cruiser,
Jjne 5. and even the German espl
onag-e system could not possibly re
ceive the Information, transmit it
to the submarines at sea and have
them torpedo the cruiser all In one
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Lore and Politics
"In the train. May IS, 191.
"My very own Sweetheart:
"AH my heart's thoughts are with
you my both treasures; missed you
sorely. Had luncheon which was
very quiet and without Sunbeam's
lively prattle. When I got op your
dear telegram 'was brought me. It
was horrid saying goodbye.
Our last stoppage now and Vali
nes has come. The platform dose
and the exact height for all to look
in. so I quickly had to draw the cur
tain. I am not yet dresed and quite in
bod till 2, so as to thoroughly rest.
Babykins I am sure keeps you all
gay and now two sweet camp beds
stand cosily together.
"Lovy. tell Stunner to come now.
for he went down on speak about the railway loan; and
let him know to bring Sukhomlinov's
journals and letters to his wife
which are compromising, better yon
should see for yourself an Judge
rightly and not only go by their
words; they can have read in another
sense than you wilL Then, remem
ber, please, both the Metropolitans
with volxhln upon your return here.
Tatlana's birthday May 29, Anas
tasla's June f, Marie 14 th. Now
heart of ray heart, my own. my sun
shine sweet whose caresses I yearn
for. goodbye and God bless you and
keep yon. ISM of endless, tender
"Ever your very, very Own."
(Valuier. Feoor M.. wis chief of the
north western railroad.)
Xem of Kitchener
Tsarskoye Selo, May 22, 1S18.
"My own Sweetheart:
"Prom all my loving heart Z send
yon tnanks xor your beloved letter.
How I love an you write!
"I am sorry to bother yon again
with a letter from aHme. Sukhom
linova. The other paper Is from
one of the wounded who returns to
the war, bat is anxious to know
about his decoration.
"Always heaps to do.
"Heart bleeds to think of all the
losses at sea all those lives done
for; oh, snch a tragedy!
"Blessings and kisses without end
Nicky mine, from your very, very
"One says Kitchener, comes the
28th here or to the headquarters."
"Tsarskoye Selo, May 21, ISIS.
"My sweetest Treasure:
T3ver and over I thank yon for
your precious letter. I always get
them when I return from the hos
pital and read them at once and
then still later on several times and
kiss them with fond love.
"Our friend begs very much that
! you should not name Makarov as
mlnitr nt fnt.Hnr A tvb r .wan, a
it. and you remember how he be-1
haved during the stories of Iliodor!
and nermogen and never stood up
for me. It would indeed be a great
mistake to name him.
"I spent yesterday evenlnir in the
nospiiaj. Have .Mile, snneMer with
lust end now, Lory dear. God
bless yon. my one and all. I cover
yon witn kisses.
"Ever your own old Sonny."
"Tomorrow I shall be 4!ir
Tke Death of Kltekeaer
Txarsfcoye Selo, May IS, Hit.
"My own 'beloved Angel:
"All your loving words warm me
up. I miss yon sorely such lonely
nights! How awful about Kitchener!
A real canchemar, and what a loss
for the English!
"Paul took tea yesterday; la full
of hope to get his nomination.
"Going to the church met KIsha,
stopped, talked a minute and then
he went back to Gatehlno. Not a
hair on his head, completely shaved
"Anita has sent yon photos. "Let
me know If yon get them safely,
as she was anxious about them.
"Kiss yon fervently, with ever In
creasing love, my Boy Bice. Tour
(Lord Kltchtaer with his satin sUff
went down ea the British eralser Hamp
anlre. sunk by a mine erf the Orkney
islands on June I on the way to RoasU.) '
After BrnsXlov's Offenszvo
Tsarskoye Selo, May 27, lSlfc
"My own Beloved:
"The good news makes my heart
rejoice for you quite especially,
such a comfort and recompense for
all your hard work and patience.
To me lfs like a second war wo are
beginning again and may God bless
it and all act with wisdom and fore
thought. In the hospital one says after they
have read the papers they scream
hurrah with Joy. They only all
long quickly to get back to the war
to help their comrades.
"Kenkendorf Is delighted to have
been called to the headquarters and
to be nearer the news. I am glad
baby lives through these days with
Too. Snch great momments for his
whole life. I am oh bo happy for
you, angel beloved.
"With greed one throws oneself
every morning upon the papers and
with heartbeatlng. Too much at
times for the human, the Joy and
"IS it true llfilP rMmmta .1 K
Ing formed to send to Prance?
i "The weather h.nn. nn, t4A
S ta hospital garden working
whilst some played erouquet. Now
Tztiana rides. Marie and Anastasla
are going to dig out weeds in the
little garden, as they are spoiling
the lilies of the valley: Olga and I
are going to a hospital and then
"Endless, tender kisses and fer
vent blessings. Sweetheart, from
your own old Sunny."
"Stunner comes at tP
Tn seed news war the fsraeas ef
lenalTe of Braallov, which was the moat
stKccasfnl Russian move darter the war.
In the coarse of the summer mentha dnr
inr which it contlnced the Austrian army
was nearly aanihll.ted. having tost about
(ee.oeo in prisoners alose.)
Masses of Prisoners
"Tsarskoye Selo, May 2. ISIS.
"My own dearly beloved:
"I congratulate you with our sweet
Tatlana's nineteenth birthday. How
the times flies. Well do I remember
this day at the farm.
"Many thanks. Lovebird, for yonr
dear card. Thank God all continues
well. Where on earth are we to
pot these masses of prisoners? In
Siberia there is ample place, only
give orders that all should be quick
ly and decently, hyglenically ar
ranged for them, so as to be safe
"I fefel quite cretinised. Have, alas.
to go and look at a "home' and fu
ture hospital to give my orders.
Spent the evening In the hospital,
but I lay back in a comfortable
.chair in one of the wards, as I was
'Excuse th- unutterably dull let
ter. I bless you and kiss jon with-
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Does the Car Buyer Want the Facts
HE late Joseph Choate
used to say that lawyers
would go out of business if
men were not so bent on making
the same old mistakes the same old
No one need or can make the
old mistakes in selecting his motor
car, if he will look for transportation
facts, instead of "features" and
The strong Packard opinion which
he finds on every hand does not ex
press itself in technical details or
costly luxury but in such every-day
words as economy, comfort, ability
and lasting value.
ET a man figure on keeping his
Packard from six to ten years
and he has a material saving in in
vestment, as against the car that must
be traded in every two or three years.
Think of the stability of the'Pack
ard design! His Packard always a
His gasoline mileage will be from
nine to thirteen, depending on road
conditions. Oil mileage, 700 or more
to the gallon. Tires, properly cared
for, ten thousand to sixteen thousand
The steel in his Packard is worth
more than twice as much as the steel
in the ordinary car.
The moving parts in the Twin-Six-
engine are better balanced than In
any other automobile engine. Con
sequently there is less vibration and
less wear on bearings.
WHEN a man buys a motor car
he knows pretty well what
sort of transportation he expects it
Economy does not lie in the di
rection of temporary makeshifts
Packard first-class transportation
will give him a definite and perma
nent advance in his way of traveling;
It will cost him less per passenger
mile during his whole motoring ex
perience than even second-class
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out end, my own, my very own. God
be with you.
"Ever yon old Sunny.
"Ajfoo. wee one! Me wants oo
kisses and gentle caresses.
"My tommy becomes impossible m
this heat as every summer and
gives me no peace."
A Sort Letter
"Tzarskoye Selo, May 21, ISIS.
"My own Beloved: ,
"Really the news Is beautiful!
Idiotical Fetrograd does not nearly
enough appreciate It. God bless
yon and our heroes. So glad the
Image was gone to mess tnem ail.
The mass must have been very
touching before the house.
"When aoonts wilt tne guara oe
"Today It's two weeks we parted
at Kursk! How horrid It was. God
bless and protect yon. I cover you
with tender kisses, hnry my love,
and remain your very Own."
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1 14 Years Ago Today
From The Ilernld of Th!. Dale, 1WMI. f
THE Mormon church Is coin? out
of business according to Sa.lt
xatce papers, mo principal nom
ine of the church In Salt Lake, the
Utah Light and Hallway company, is
to be taken over by a iz&.wv.vvo cor
poration compose! of English and
American capitalists. The company
win aieo acquire ue usaen street
railway from the Mormons and build
an electric line from Juab county,
Utah to Oneida county, Idaho.
The battalion band of the 25th In
fantry at Fort Bliss will give a con
cert, complimentary to the citizens of
1 Paso Sunday afternoon in San
Jacinto plaza from 3 to 5
Ging Hasekawa, the Jap. who has f William
been experimenting for oer three Perkfn "Rt-arfintT
longer any doubt as to the successful
growth of the trees here. He states
that with Irrigation the trees pro
duce better foliage and grow faster
than In Japan Itself.
J. W. Fisher and family leave soon
for Illinois to spend the summer.
George Brunne-, son of John
B runner, and recently graduated
from the Virginia Medical college,
will arrive In El Paso Sunday to
spend several days with his parents
before going on to San Francisco to
accept a position in the marine
J. F. Kachler has resigned as as
sistant postmaster, effective the first
of June. Postmaster Olshausen is at
present in California and 1s sick, but
win be back by the first of July so
he can relieve Mr. Kachler.
Judge W. B. Merchant had a nar
row escape from injury In an acci
dent yesterday. He was seated in
front of Barnett's furniture store on
Texas street when the chair collapsed
and the judge rolled out into the
street; directly in front of a delivery
wagon of the store. The horse be
came frightened and dashed down
the street, narrowly escaping run
ning over the judge.
mentis w itn 5000 mulbrrv tree in
tne alley, declares that there is no
RED CROSS STILL HOLDS
MAN UNCLAIMED CHECKS
The Home Service Section of the
American Red Cross is trying to lo
cate the following persons for whom
government checks are being held
John Hamilton Loper. Charles Van
Campen Jackson. William J. Mc
Swaln, Maximilian Chaves. Michael
Pietruclk. Carl Miller, Hall Harrison.
Alvey Mulkey Chipman. Staeey N.
Wayne. Lillian A. Pollard. Mrs. S. G.
Howard. Frank Alexander Floras.
Otis Fudge, Mary r Finney, Kdward
Peres. Raymond Forest Reynolds,
Houston Lafayette Penix. James
Richard McAllen, Howard W. Rose,
Charlie Homar Postal, Robert Harley
Sayers. John Phillip Seibert. Thos.
Clifford Wilson. Vivian Franklin
Sellers. Pauline Krebs. George Spence,
John Albert Sudenberg. Henry White,
Joe Nick Perea. Phillip Pearlsteer.
Hershail Moslry. Pashiel
Ordinarily men In El Paso do not
expect to buy clothing at a lower
price until the end of the season
or In July.
This year the Popular Dry Goods
Company has decided to hold this sale
now, instead of later. This will en
able men who Intend to take a vaca
tion in the mountains or at the sea
side resorts to secure Just the salt
required at a considerable saving.
Then, too, far-sighted men will buy
these suits for early fall wear.
Beginning today, you can visit the
Men's Clothing Department on the
Second Floor and select highly de
sirable three-piece snits for men and
young men. These include the sea
son's best models, patterns and cloth
ing from Hart Sehaffner & Marx. B.
Kuppenhelmer, Rogers Peet & Co
Stratford and FItform. for which we
are exclusive agents, and other
equally good makes.
Special emphasis is made that the
suits in this sale are regularly pur
chased and In the standard makes
featured all the year round In the
Men's Clothing Department at The
Popular. The following are the re
ductions: Men's and rounc men's re. Ste salts SlS.et
Men's and yonns; men's res. St salts Stl.St
Men's and reanc men's res, f 4 suit. SSS.M
Men's and toqbs men's res- S5e salts 3S7.M
Men's and yonnr men's res. See suits S4S.ee
Men's and renac mn's ree. S7S aolu S5S.SS
To fullly appreciate what these re
ductions mean, you mnst visit the
Men's Clothing Department at The
Popular, where you will find a fnll
range of sizes for men and young
men. This is also an opportune time
for the young fellow who is grad
uating this year to celect Just what
he requires In a long pants suit. The
sale is scheduled for all week, but It
will be a good idea for you to attend
It tomorrow if you conveniently can.
1 A Line O' Cheer
I Each Day O' The Year
I By JOnj! KENDR1CK BANGS. j
ONE thing that's sore to keep us
Is Inst to learn we cannot all be
We'd find our ways were mighty vain
If all men led. and there were none to
Tis qnite the same for Laggards or
The things men need the most r.re
And willingness to follow to the
The Souls that know the Toad and
Copyright. ISM. by the McChire
Xs Tour Jewelry Ont of Date!
We will fix It like new.
Sheldon Jewelry Co. 'Adv.
Want Pink Cheeks Bed
Sea uafertuaau men and women are
vreae to vender why sozat of their
frieads are Mused with aa afenadanee of
oMor luax c&eeas aad rd up wnu
theirs are always colorless. The reason
for this last tunwd condition to there
fcs net eaoesb rod bleed eorpuseWo Is the
Meed Bader a mlereseepe the Mood Is
tun and watery. The flosh Is flabby.
tee. Weil kaewn phrsteUns assert that
the reenter aenialotratlea for several
Maths, of three-crate hyponncUas tab
lets will creatty Improve th color, add
to the weight, sake the cheeks pnk and
the lips red aad la seaeral be rery bene
fletal. For seU4dmtelitTatto&. obtab
from aay of th beet apothecary shops.
Don't Experiment with Catarrh;
It Often Leads to Dread Consumption
Vis!- Samu-' u.irustus Burks.
uei Luther Blanton.
R. E. MeKee, General Contractor
moved to ii-w location. 1918 Ttxas
St Phone 484 Ad
Yoo Will Never Be Cured by total
Treatment With Sprays.
Catarrh is a condition of tke Mood
and cannot be cored by local applica
tions of sprays and dottebes; this has
bees proven by the thanmnds who
have vainry resorted to this method of
Catarrh should not be neglected or
experimented with. The wrong treat
ment is valuable time lost, during
which the disease is getting a firmer
hold upon its victim, and making it
more difficult for een the proper
treatment to accomplish results.
Though Catarrh makes its first ap
pearance in the notril. throat and air
and more aggravated and finally
reaches down into the lungs, and every
one recognizes the ahuming coodttions
that result when the hugs are af
fected. Thus Catarrh may be the
forerunner of that Most dreaded and
bopetew of all diseases, consumption.
No local treatment affords perma
nent relief. Experience has taught
that S. S. S. is the one remedy which
attacks the disease at Hs source, the
blood, and produces satisfactory re
mits in even the worst cases. Catarrh
sufferers are urged to give S. S. S. a
thorough trial. It is sold by all drng
pists. You are invited to write to the
Medical Department for erpert advice
as to how to treat vour own case.
Address iMj.it Specinc Co, 164 Swift
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OH itytt nSfUts. SMllea.
uooat at these two plates aad lit
yonr own reasoning. The roofless
has ractiorj en both sides (V, toft
rubber next to sore gums. Designed
to be put in Immediately after ex
tractloa. It does BSt touch til
hard bone in the roof of the month,
therefore, it settles with the gstss
and makes its own bed. No full
roof plate can compare with the fit
of this piste, as it settles Into its
bed, lighter, mora tongue room,
Dr. Wuiiams has been makiag this
piste for tea years, and is thor
oughly fsaihar with its construe
tion. Made only by as in Paso,
HOTS OUS LOWEST PRICES
Full'Plstei 110 E?
Cold Crowns (best raiJe) tj
Bridre work, per tooth j
Faanra Ji up
All classes cj dentistry at proper,
J.H0D WILLIAMS, M.D..D.D.S.
TsisleisWffl- is, The People, s
Cor. EI Fas aad San Astasia Ms.
Over American National Bank,
acTeaa Street Froaa Kntrmsc Betel
loae M. Bears KiOO te loss,
SnaeUY te IS. Sat, Bveatasa,
Champacne was Invented In Kit. ipasaages, the disease becomes more I Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. idv.
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