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Tuesday. July 6. 1920.
HERALD EL PASO HOLIDAY KILLS SIX IN cum h.cago 111 July Six dead and .4 injured is the toll In ibis city from accidents wMch occurred indirectly from rourth of July celebrations. The ce'dents taried from automobile col sions to airplane mishaps. No fa talities are attributed b the police reports to fireworks SENTRY KILLS FLEEING FORT BLISS SOLDIER (roatlneed from page I and to hae been shot and instantly killed b the tn'rj A board of Inquiry will be held IMS afternoon. Offuers at the fort how ler staCe the proceedings of the board will be kept secret, as their findings might be used as the basis lor a claim against the government. The-, will attempt to fix the respon sibility for the Killing The military authorities consistent v refused to furnish details as to the time of the attempted escape and killing .lie outfit to which Berneau was attached, the name or outfit of tb nrtmnpr who attemoted to escape with him or the sentry who did the shootlne Thej also refused to state where the bul ii of the sentry iook e'fec. A Complexion Powder In Liquid Form That is what MagnoHa Balm is a remarkable "bqmd powder" that keeps yoor complexiou charm ingly youthful. Magnona Balm has all those qualities which protect tnd beau tify the skm. It is eaif to apply and "stays on" withoat) detection. And it is entirely free from greasy elements. Try Magnoha Balm. It comes in white, pink and tote-red. At your druggist's for lie or postpaid from the Lyon Mfg. Co, 109 So. Fifth St., Broonyn, . i. Alagnolia Balm For sanborn, Ian, Tousnened and chapped skin A face powder k fifad form TO PICK con RUNNING HE (Continued irom page !) governor nnnn. ftf Illinois, was picked to place Mr Iewls in nomina tion and Gen. Tyson's sponsor was Harvey H. Hannah, of Nashville. Tenn. At noon lodge E. H. Moore, of TMinffEtmm. n convention manager for governor Cox, was still trying to t reach tne nominee otw m twt.Uv to learn If he had any choice for the vice presidential nominee. Many Delegates teaTe. The nomination of a presidential candidate wound np the real business so far as scores of delegates and al ternates were concerned and the ont golng trains had a great part of the convention force aboard them. Some body suggested that the outgoing trains be polled. The galleries too had lost a STeat deal of their Interest and there were thousands of empty Secretary Roosevelt, when told that he looked like a good prospect for the ice presidential nomination, said "I can't afford the honor I have five chUuren." He gave no Intima tion that he wonld refuse it if it There was a great deal of Roosvelt talk Davis Also Proposed. John W. Davis, ambassador to Great Britain, whose name remained on the list of candidates to the last, was be ing talked of for the vice presidential nomination too, bat the argument used against it was that he came from a state too close to Ohio. Vice president Marshall issued this statement regarding the nomination of governor Cox: "I know governor Cox. I know he has never failed to follow the banner of democracy He rs a Democrat. I know him to be a fearless and cour ageous executive. When the storm and stress of the convention have subsided all loyal delegates -will say our party cause, our country's good, are safe in his hands." When the vice presidential nomina tion was being talked over among the Wisconsin delegation it was decided that if Joseph E. Davis was placed before the convention the speech wonld be made by Mrs. Eward K. Bowler of 8heboygan. Davles Refuses to Enter. Mr. Davles. named as among the possibilities, sent word to his friends that his name must not be presented under any circumstances. That was believed to eliminate him. W. T. Vaughn of Portland, Ore, who won the preference for vice pres idential nomination in the state pri mary, it was said, also would be pre- The Pennsylvania delegation passed out the word it was "for whomever governor Cox wants." DavM E- Francis of St. Louis, for mer ambassador to Russia, was being talked of and had not decided whether he wanted his name presented. If he decided to let his name go before the convention it was planned to have former governor Gardner of illssocri presented his nomination. The talk which was almost unani mously heard on the convention floor was that tne decision centered aooai whatever governor Cox's manager, B. H. Moore received from the presiden tial nominee. LPENDED UPON IT 20 YEAR Lydia E. PinkLam s Vege table Compound Has Been ThU Woman's Safeguard All That Time. Omaha Neb "I lave xntA Lydia T. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound lor over iwenCT rears for female troubles and it has helped me very much. I have" also used Lydia E. Pmk ham's Sanative Wash with good results. I always have a bottle of egefable Com pound lnthenettse as it is a good. remedy la time of need. You can publish my testimonial as every state ment I have made is perfectly true." Mrs. J. 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Every room an onttMe ones ihowfr and tnb baths i telephone la ereryroom ma:agkhe.yt Mn. j. i Glean, formerly of Hotel Glenn. Rates$1 aDay and ur. Special weekly and monthly rate. 316 n FrancUeo Street. Telephone 3813. -efi 'St,iE3S"j'fcacjiSBasBgj'jSflBjsa &E3BKIK3B3S3tiSzGBKm '. tXiiiHnlKSlrBMutTmBn JnK&UBttfE3BfeS)i3$x&9BBBS& TSSW-CsBSsSSsESsssSslBS-St lnalras9SSBBBsff9l RigUJW IlBiaa?igaiaMi . sassTLlPSaBsSs i v ii wsa '"I. v v i'luitfiy 1 w Wiivkiihi ihi1 'W 'i ' i mBmEa&mz&amm&zw Tir' -nririr t UNW Tjm a S&sSEsaea&M rimsHliL WttMg& WkTm&KgM LS99i BPIK' Opinions about lirCs SIIUUIU U& ffG&gn&u, CONFESSION OF MURDER BELIEVED TO BE FALSE Phoenix. Ariz- July 6. A doubt. Is materializine as to the confession at Jesus Maria Barboa. to the murder June 6 of Jacob Erhardt and his wife in Phoenix. Barboa now Is said to have forgotten that he ever con fessed and evidence is accumulattns that he is far from normal, and that his statement Is Incorrect in a num ber of features. Though he says nothing of It. there is belief that an other person may have been con- VIUCU 111 111, U.U4UW . d The confession was almost entirely! in answer to categorical questions. The man was a contract laborer and entered the United States at Naco Miwint- Aril 9. after serving as a miner in Cananea for a number of years. m wlie now uvea ai aa nea. for which place It is believed he was headec) wnen capiareu at iram- Barboa is held at the state prison at Florence. nTnv-Er(VT nTG.1 CIV ATTT-ft THl I 1T1U ..XUb &.aud .. -. TO TBLIiOWSTOIkE WITH SO Phoenix, Ariz July 6-Jacob Mil ler, a resident of Arisona for EO years, died suddenly while on an automobile trip with his son. The pair had - 3 1TT.H. nn k.lr VaV tO TeDowstone park, and nad expected .. a 1Ue'n-n4e to reiora oy vt&jr u. . uiuuu. uniaf me AS vars old and came to Presccott about 1868. where he engaged in the cattle business. Recently he had been a director In. til wll ZUIItB.! IHK VI AJltou- rlfe died two years ago. He leaves two sons idu two iKiubiwi t-.-dents of Phoenix. MOOS Fill Out With Pencil 24. 3. 31 .33 lb0 57 ? 34 ' .41 3 i43 f '44. 5 .45 s 5. 49 J mi. :. Uo loft.hnrid car in j. lie c ui ' j' - tne picture KHwiiu.i-..."- - -j about 75 per cent of all tore trouble insufficient inflation. The pressure recommended by the manufacturer of your tire is the best to follow and it cannot be estimated by kicfting the tire or punching it. The regular use of a reliable air-gauge ts the best safe guard against rim cutting and fabric breakdown- as well as Counte X illtiTm fssy nissasaaaW- Vav MSbeeSssflesBaSsBssBBCBBSBvsssrt XipH a The car owner who seeks United States standards in tubes is well paid in more mileage for his tires. V. S. Red Tubes. V. S: Grey Tubes. THERE is hardly a motorist who hasn't at some time or other in his experience had a tire dealer attempt to sell him a tire by rep resenting it as the fastest seller in town. More attempts are probably made to sell tires by playing to the motor ists alleged weakness for "crowd of buyers" than by any other known method of selling. s The experienced motorist,, of course, refuses to surrender his individual judgment to any crowd or mass of whatever size. Too often he has seen the results of accepting opinions at their face value, without first finding out what they are based on. And you will find him going more and more to the dealer who has something to offer in support of his tires, other than "crowds of buyers" and "numbers of sales." The opinion in favor of U. S. Tires is not based solely on thenumber of them in use. Great as that number is, it is due to something besides clever arguments. Thousands of motorists today are putting up with second choice tires because forced production is inconsis tent with UrS. standard of quality. The United States Rubber Com pany's enormous investment greater than that of any concern in the in dustry has always been aimed solely at quality. Building a tire first and a market afterwards. Thinking of the indi vidual user instead of the number of sales. One of the reasons, perhaps, why there is now a scarcity of U. S. Tires. s $ If the time ever comes when U. S Tires can be supplied to all,' or nearly all, of the people who want them, they will still have more to recommend them than merely the largest following. Sssllsss9 s aSr sss ,mt O 'ssS'SsJs "Bssss -w Ufnrffl Qi4c f?iwh yiinnpr Com IIlLcU ILo.LlSe UliCfl? i iUI 1J IJ fee 1 WPlil res UQllF Fifty three Factories The oldeft and lariat Rubber Ot ionization in the World Two hundred and thirty-five Branches KWIZ. Bee. U a Pal Off eir Question. 1 Who was the first American Bed Cross nurse ? What is a diameter" liaw Tom eczema WhT not ee whit on. bottle of D J) D. will do? FT tuarwiUt rtsulU Itcoinr top at once. cceocvun rj v. u. u. acap, too. Noodle says Trace forty-four. See a from Ecuador. Draw from 1 to : end. to the, U! lotion fbrSkfai Disease Kelly A. i'oUard, DruscUU. S Who was the famous pioneer scout who was elected four times in succession to the house of representa tives from Tennessee? 4 What is a ditty-bag? fi Which country raises the most meat' 6 What are "lucky stones'" 7 Who wrote "Pies Is Pigs" 8 What ie a crochet" 9 What Is a rocket " ID Where Is Cape Flattery" Answers- to leaterdny's Knit. 1 A champion is a victor in an open contest. I 2 Nantucket Island Is off the ew 1 England coast in the Atlantic ocean, and is noted as a historical settle ment and a summer resort " Dextrose is crai nuer 4 Botolirka Luild their nats in the crass. 5 The president of the United States should be addressed as Your Excellency.' and referred to as ma Excellency. 6 A monogram Is a character con sisting of two or more letters Inter woven Into one. 7 a monograph ts a description of one thing or class of things, a paper written on pne particular suDject. 8 Troops of Christian nations were last quartered in Constantinople in the 14th century. $ A silhouette Is a profile outline in a portrait or drawing, and is now used to Indicate the genera! outline of the human figure t hen describing a nemon or costume rt So bans er firs !r npht lo America b the tliintiv, nith whom they are a favorite article of year as against l.eSS.OOO.OOO pounds food. Thompson Feature Service. J in WIS. Semi annual Interest on Savings ac counts will be due Jul 1st. De positors are requested to present pass books for credit- First -Nat ten, mhs- ao Want Kodak Fintefiing See Gaa Golla Have Drink; Coffee Takes Lead Columbus. O. July . Prohibi tion can ooQnt eoffeo dealers among Its enthtialastle supporters Colombo. corree dealers anyaow Coffee Is popular as a "kiekless" drink nere. That their coffee sales have been boosted 85 percent since Ohio went dry a year ago Is the claim made by officials of a local wholesale coffee firm. Coffe dealer here say ov-r ' 1 000 00ft noun 11 of COffee wn 1 ported into the Lntted stales last daraT-AdT Cuticiira Soap Imparts The Velvet Touch - ISMMe.t.WinlarUi Dsrat T W.l M.-m I RENTALS INSURANCE NEWMAN INVESTMENT COMPANY REALTORS Ph. 5M. ISO San inionlo