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lit Week-End Edition, May 29-30, 1920. El Paso To Honor Memory Of Heroes; Death Thins Ranks Of War Veterans EX. P. SO v.Ul dedicate a few boars Sundays to paying tribute to the men ory of her soldier dead. City and coun officials, war Teterans. ci c organizations and churches will jo'n m the ceremonies. anih -American war veterans Tt-i hold services at the grave of cap Ji-an Hart, at the Hart home-staa-i near the Smelter road viaduct, at 11 oclock Sunday morning' A pa raoe and ceremonies in Washington park and the cemeteries will take j1il9 in the afternoon. Tie Memorial day parade, which xri 1 start at 2 oclock in the afternoon from the chamber of commerce, will BEDFAST EVERY WINTER; STOMACH TROUBLE GONE Mrs. Mershon Found Speedy Hefief After 18 Years' Saffenag. A Clever Girl Entertainer I "z.6 suffered from stomach tron b.e for IS ears, and had spent hun dreds of dollars doctoring. Every winter I was bedfast most of the t me I commenced taking Milks Emu sion last falL and before I had taken six bottles, my stomach trou ble disappeared and Z have had no return of it since. This is the first wirter m 18 years that 1 have not bee n bedfast. I also give Milks tn ulsion to the children for croup. with pplendid results." Mrs. W. G H"hon, Brazil. Ind T ousands of people who have suf fered for ears from stomach and towel troubles, as Mrs. Mershon did. bae found the same wonderful re lief and lasting benefit from Milks Emu's'on M'Us Emulsion is a pleasant, nutri tive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel act on. doing away with all need of pills and physics. It promotes ap petite and quickly puts the digestive orgars m shape to assimilate food. As a builder of flesh and strength. Ml1cs Emulsion Is strongly recom mended to those whom sickness has weakered and Is a powerful aid in res s ing and repairing the effects of wast i ng diseases. Chronic stomach trouble and constipation are promptly re I red usually in one day This is the only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that it is ea en with a spoon like ice cream. o matter how severe your case. you are urged to try Milks Emulsion udT this guarantee Take six bot tles home with you. use it according to directions and if not satisfied with tin results, your money will be promptly refunded. Price 60c and tl 20 per bottle. The Milks Emulsion Co Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by drug gies e erv-whcre Adv. I flEssssBnlHl i Let Our Fountain Help Put a little snap in the warm summer days. Our Fountain Service is perfect Our drinks are cool, delicious and refresh ing. Try one. Don't forget that we serve lunches 1 1 :30 to 2 our special 35c lunch is very popular. Sun Drag be beaded by Col. H. B. Stevenson. The line of march will be. East on San Francisco street to E! Paso street; south on El Paso to San An tonio street, east on San Antonio to the court bouse. Givil war and United Spanish war veterans, the American Legion and Boy Scouts then will proceed to Washington park for memorial serv ices. Services at Evergreen and Concor dia cemeteries will conclude the pro gram. Death Thins RjuiLjk. How death has thinned the ranks of Civil war veterans is shown bv the. dwingled membership of Emmet jranrora post, Grand Army of the Republic. The post was organized in EI Paso, November 20, 188. with 16 charter members The total enrol ment to date has been 155 Of these the known dead number 79 and the transferred and discharged. 6L The present membership is 15. Following are the members of Em met Crawford post buried in Concor dia cemeter H. Schutz, 26th New York battery. O. S. Cronther. 33rd Wisconsin vol unteers. H. L. Bingham, 15th Ohio. volunteers, B. S. McManus. 67th New York volunteers, T. H. Logan. 28th United States volunteers; Benjamin E Davles, First California caalry, F. H. Ruck man. 10th Missouri vol unteers; M. M. Spencer, Fourth Indi ana battery, Alex. Hudson, Second Illinois artillery, David Spencer, J 6th Indiana volunteers. Cummin gs Wheel er. Sixth New York cavalry; A. J. Stevens. 124th Indiana volunteers. Lloyd Freeborn Second Pennsylvania caalry. D. B. Halderman. 122nd Illi nois volunteers. S H. Buchanan. Ninth Indiana cavalry: G. M. McCon- aughey, 18th Ohio volunteers, B. J. Dressen, 40th New York volunteers, William Darquttz, 11th Kansas vol unteers. Patrick Burrack. 66th Ohio volunteers; Allen Blacker. First Ne braska cavalry. J M. Baotiste. First California cavalry. G. G. Briggs. Fourth Wisconsin cavalry, J. X. Da vis, 179th Indiana volunteers; Francis Buchanan, 130th Indiana volunteers, B. F. Satterlee. Second Wisconsin vol unteers. W. L. Walker. 92nd Illinois volunteers; Charles Whitney, 11th Maine volunteers, Emmerson Howell. 48th Iowa volunteers: Dan Shine- United States navy. L. D. Combe, First Missouri engineers; George Cook. 103rd New York volunteers; W E. Brubaker, 75th Illinois volun teers, O. C Irvin, 74th Indiana volun teers H. Calderon, Second New Mexi co volunteers; T. D. Featherly, 21st Iowa volunteers; Thomas Otery, Third MinnenotA infttrttrv. Members of Emmet Crawford post ! wutivu ui Cfci(srcea cezseiery are as IOUOWS. S. W. Pomeroy, Third Vermont bat tery; H. F. GaSkey, Fifth California volunteers. W. D. Wright, Fifth Mich igan volunteers; F. Boas, 128th Penn sylvania volunteers, Thomas Cooney, First United States artillery; John Ogden. Second New Jersey volunteers; Andrew Cole, 95th Pennsylvania vol unteers: John Greenslite. 60th United States a L; Asahel Smith. 13th Mis souri volunteers, James Hollopeter. Fifth Pennsylvania volunteers; F. A. Goodrich. 46th Missouri volunteers: C H. Cole, 28th Pennsylvania volun teers; W. T. Baird. 4th Iowa volun teers, O. D-Owen, United States navy; j. -as- amiu, vtn iowa volunteers, H. D. McGatlllard. 11th Ohio volun teers; James A. Henderson, First Tex as cavalry: S. Ashley, Third Ohio vol unteers; James I Edwards, 105th Ohio infantry.- Rough Rider Burled Here. Four Spanish war veterans, all members of the First United States volunteers. Roosevelt s Rough Riders, are buried in Concordia cemetery. They are: Newton Stewart, Charles Held. F. IL Malloy and D. Flood. Members of Emmet Crawford post '&h? $&&;-' r. ''&? ,.'.?. JKHb. . 7 rV 1 " Q ' . W2T ?K3reBBE3aS3mi&Jt. J . t" ? - 3 &. Zql$-M Co, The REXALL Store MESA and TEXAS SI PURINA FEEDS Purity Feed Co EL PASO, TEXAS U. S. Army Saddle Sale EfflEJ Brand New Full Rigged Stock Saddles MSCRIrTIOX OoverameBt saddles boncht for the purpose ct breaking wild bonea. Leather, test reswt-UBned-tUrUnc. flna tod soUd. ttMsooctilT tuatxH fut mined tree, modtfted wild wett ctecT taAMet-blto eorer, 2-laeli crel bora, neck of bom, 3 tneket, tesgfb at wu. 19 Inches. , Ftim lalld m1 taS tocfccr. la 2 pfece. toro kaUMZ eofcnd. rtxxtns tutf tatOm tract olid kftUwr, toot ilcsutc S ioebes wula back ncztoc S loebet vtda conwrtlni uap. 1H tnehef wide, eff bUtett. 3 tscet Ida, tto ftw. I J- InebM wld and ft ft tuefces tone. KUrti. 29 lwe km 14 3-4 lsdws deep- at back. 14 3-4 tscnea dM at Ciast. ttotd tth voolakm front, 1 aobd sicca featlm. tender, rd nan katur U toete de. X tficfaea wlda. fender un r tine leather Unera. 3 tncfaea Mhx ft r na Uattier cet tmt f backs of nod flna Mttd katber. 3 bMbes wide. SH tocbes toot Mtrrsps Mild beat Ucfcatr. 2H lacbes wlda at bottom, a suadard thickness. wiUi 5-iocb tread and 3-4neb seek ctrtlu. 1 24-Idcs uand Calttanla balr rtrtb. 24 taehes loo wtta 1 center bar and 1 U tneb txracd beat eatsts ftetb. 34 laches tone, wltk 1 eeciex bar; eaaias. mUb uaad. Weis-ht ef saddle, 17 poosds. These saddles are Drsndoeir and are offered at.... Each f. o. b. Dallas, Texas A won derful bargain. Used saddles, like above. In excellent condition and a big bargain at S39.85. Satisfac tion Guaranteed. Make your check payable to. and address Win. G. CAIUIOLI Manager The Army Store 2S7-H. S. HfltU. St Dlllu. Tun Vrlte for barrtta prices on Army Tents. Shoes. Wsgon Coren. Harness, Etc Photo by Stnsrt Stndto. MISS HELEN TEMPLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Temple, who has delighted andieaces at Tarious times with her dewr readings asd who ar ranged many successful programs for the entertainment of soldiers at the post l4e Tenter Zh tnnlr nart in a Tils-rUf that followed DreOeBtatfon Of The Womanless Wedding," given recently at the Woman's dob under auspices of Trinity Methodist Missionary society. . THE "WEATHER. O. S. DEPABT-IEST OF AORICDLTCBE MCATUKtt DUObllh All Day Program Marks Passing Of Fort Bayard The army raid farewell to Fort Bayard Thursday with an lmpresslre all wmy series of events. On June IS the army will turn over the fort to the public health service. A large party 01 .ci raw" ww. to the fort ana preseniea an eiaoor ate vaudeville performance. A ban quet at which S00 persons were served was given at 6 oclock. vande ulla following. Athletics and sports also took a prominent place on the program, including; norse racing ami hmnn bustlntr." The Santa Rita and Fort Bayard baseball teams met for a game, and the Chlnb Copper company band from Santa Rita played during tne aay ana until iaie ia ma evening. Th. nnrrjrlse event was the open air theater, with weather conditions ideal for thorough enjoyment 01 ine performance. Tha fniinwinir El Pasoans were In cluded on the program. Misses Ann Chase and Beatrice Htllls. in "chatter and song. D. c aaeiver. -overseas magician and story teller." Charles J Andrews, vocal solos; the three Ualentine sisters. Englin .and Span ish songs; Pedro Valei. described as a "dancer that is different;" E. w. Jordan, coralc stories In costume: fi Mabel Newton and Frank Cheek, in songs, and J. J. Stayschal. violinist. Lieut. T. J. Kelly, in charge of the entertainment, pronounced the per formance one of the most successful eer presented In the southwest. The party was entertained by the officers stationea at ine ton. Th. mmn becran with CTOen .Olives and ended with clgers and clgarets.1 Ineiuaintr nractscaiijr c.j m. variety of food. Rest rooms were pro vided on the reservation, and even an Information booth was put up to gurae the hundreds of guests. The program, beginning at 8:16 oclock In the morn ing, ended at midnight. N. Y. SOFT DRINK STAND RENTS AT $1200 YEARLY New York, May . A few square feet of floor space occupied bv a soft armK stana at tee rarn. xww iwmiu. of the Brooklyn bridge will bring v.w Tort cltv !i:.r0 for one year and nine months. The site was auc tioned. The proprietor has been pay ing an annual rental of SSoOi. The first year book was poblished by Rabelais in i. burled at other places are as follows. I rv. w. sauts, r nm new iur. vol unteers. Austin, Texas; A. G Malloy. lth Wisconsin volunteers, Escondldo. Calif.: E. W. S. Neff. First Ohio. heavy artillery, Cincinnati. Ohio. John Greenslee, 145th Ohio volun- teArs. Varfa. Texas: a. 1 Kellv. Fifth Missouri, & M Marts, Texas; 3- B. ' McKianey, 33rd Indiana volunteers, Waco. Texas. E. B. Frlnk. Fifth Cali fornia volunteers. Tucson. Arts.: Pat Hlccins. 4Stfi New Tork volunteers. Tucson, Arli.; A. D. Field. 10th New York cavalry. Tucson. Ariz.. Michael FarreL 10th Illinois cavalry. Soldiers' Home. Calif.; H. C Manker. T2nd Ohio volunteers. Soldiers' Home. Calif.: W. T. Kitchen. 50th Missouri volun teers. Soldiers' Home, cam.: p. a. Kehoe. First California cavalry, sol diers Home, Calif.: B. M. Burnett, Mth Illinois volunteers. City of Mexi- aa . X...t M4L Tw V..I. volunteers. City of Mexico; William Dobson, Mth New York volunteers. City of Mexico; John W. HJ1L Ninth Indiana cavalry. City of Mexico; S. C. Slade. 105th Ohio volunteers, Wash ington, D. C. A. Stelner, Uth Ohio volunteers, Texarkana, Texas; F. M. Brunner. captain. Seventh United States cavalry. Des Moines. Iowa: John Lamont. J6th Massachusetts vol unteers, Austin, Texas; E. P. Lowe, Fourth Michigan cavalry, Allegan, Mich.; A. L. Wolcott, 87th Ohio vol unteers. San Antonio. Texas: J. L. Thompson, 70th New York volunteers, Berlno, New Mexico. Following Is the present roll of members of Emmett Crawford post: Newton Norton. 16th Ohio volun teers: S. T. Ferrler. Ninth Indiana volunteers; C S. Woodworth, Third Iowa cavalry; W. K. Smith. Fourth Missouri cavalry: Paul Derr. I8th Pennsylvania volunteers: T. F. Hol- gate, 70tn new iorK ana nra ew Jersey volunteers; Z. S. Johnson. 4th Iowa volunteers; J. a. ware, iitn Pennsylvania volunteers: John Sul livan. 11th Kansas- volunteers; B. P. Drowne, United States navy; F. K. Tnsten, 3fth Wisconsin volunteers: E. E. Clayton. Seventh Tennessee volunteers, Edgar Love, first bat talion New York sharp shooters; E. P. Gross. Seventh Pennsylvania cavalry: Ralph H. Hills, 145th Ohio volunteers. ECnOES TO OBSERVE DAY. The El Paso branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold services in honor of the veterans of the civil war. Spanish-American war. and world war Sunday at tM p. m, at the Second Bantlst church. Second and Virginia streets. Rev. F. W. Brown will deliver tne address. Monument in Ecuador Marks Peace Progress Quito. Ecuador. May . In the presence of the chief executives or Ecuador and Colombia, the corner- stone or a mm.nii.-jBi ,.-- - of the happy tormination of tho boondary aispn ---."-. - oouninn db jv a - --,,-bridKe of Rmnichaca on the frontier iresiaent Aurni. . - - reno, of Ecuador, and president Marco Fidel suarez met "'" the bridge and greeted each otter amid a salute of artillery and cheers of spectators oi ootn ! The presidents delivered addresses rezernng io me iw -- - bol of peace and friendship between their respective countries. 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SXD FIBLD ARTILLERY BASD TO GIYE CONCERT SCXDAY The following program will be played by the 82nd field artillery band at the regimental band stand, Sunday night at 8 oclock March. "Olvmpia Hippodrome." Alexander; overture. "Orpheua." Of fenbach: selection. H. M S. Pinafore." Sullivan. Humoreske, ' Humoreske." Dvorak: selection. "Faust" from Ch. Gounod's opera, Laurendeau; Fox trot, "Dardanella." Bernard; finale, "82nd Field Artillery March." Ignade. The British are willing to give Ireland freedom, but not Indepen dence, and so Ireland la rroen with envy of Cuba. From Leslie's Is Prominent Club Woman -" (lYi H 9 X 4 Gilts For Brides We. call attention to two Hallmark specials for the month of May. which make most appropriate wedding gifts. Bread Tray This hanckoae tray is zs&ae of Shefield heavily plated os nelcel and beautifully ffcished. Size 11 by S inches. A gift that is most useful and acceptable. Priced at $7eOO Sandoich Tray Princess Mary design. 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Bui it is equally true that the ability of PATHE to PLAY all RECORDS would in itself justify you in selecting the PATHE as your instrument above all others. Come and let us play the PATHE for you and show its MANY superiorities. Foutz-Moore Furniture Co. 111-113 North Stanton Street . All the comforts of home, where , Emergencies First Aid departments of industrial plants and schools are invited to stock up their medicine cabinets with the needed poison antidotes, from our fresh stocks. Also first aid bandages, etc. Every home, too, should have a well-supplied medicine chest. Our prescriptions are always componnded of the best grade of dings obtainable. They are of standard strength and potency. FIRST AID-ALCOHOLIC POISONING Call a. doctor. While waiting, administer hot coffee or aromatic spirits of ammonia. Try to arouse, bat If weak do not exhaest by malting: walk. Dash cold water on face and chest. Wrap warmly and Tmt to bed. 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