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EL PASO HERALD
The Days Of Real Sport EHS KILL ByBriggs (Copyright. MM. New Turk Tribune, ln 1 4-i U I HISH POLICE Dublin. Ireland, July 14. A police motor was ambushed by an armed party last night between Cloghan and Dlgle. Two constables were shot dead and the driver and district In spector Fallon were dangerously wood ceo. Barricades on roaas lead irg to Dublin, which were erected last -week, were removed last night. It is no wsnpposed they were Intended to prevent the dispatch of arms to Ulster i or the Jnly 12 celebration. COURT NOT "MAD" AT BOY WHO DROVE AUTO TOO FAST A badly frightened 18-year-old boy whose estimate of the speed his an tomcbile con Id make was poor, was arraigned before police Judge Charles Pollock Tnesday afternoon. 'Ton won't forget this speeding business again will yon, son?" the judge asked. The boy vigorocsly nodded a nega tive. "Well, we're not mad at yon. so on can go. the Judge continued. TK.WKSSEE CONGRESSMAN HERE. Edwin Lamar Davis, representative to the United States congress from the Fifth district of Tennessee, was in El Paso Wednesday on bis way to his home in Tullahczna, Tena, from the Democratic convention in San Francisco. He was a guest of sena tor Claud B. Hudspeth at his ranch i-i the Devil's river valley. Before the 12th century there were no spires to churches. Hotel Knox NEW . Elegantly appointed centrally located. Bvery room an ontslde onei private baths with several rooms t shower and tab baths on each floor. afanagement Mrs. Jno. I. Glens formerly of Hotel Glenn. Rates $1 a Day AXD UP. Special weekly and monthly rates. 216 San Francisco Street. Telephone 313. 3Mm?jK mC) v? h &3s&&LMffi&iEKffi iW feV" 6iJf. aJs8&lftlllrI WMSWX JTaaaMPTwHr .v. NJ!KSSSS'" s v isc.sl-' V. 1 iwj Sri-' IXZZ-'A. "I BE IPST StLs, - c5- I ii --getting ready We are busy making preparations for the biggest July Sales of our career. Watch for our advertise ment which will appear shortly. It will be full of astonishing bargains. PHONE 5200. THE Always read Globe Store Ads. It Pay. COB. OVERLAKD & GLOOE . i FOB Alt DEPTS Our Mail Order Department fffrt nmmnt SAS JACIHTO Sia service. 'The Store That Sells For Less' THe PamdY old Bill-Poster. Sa$e MM for infants & invalids ASK FOR Korlick's The Original ArojJ Imitations 7mUU,tmttitmaiOttniintCbBiia I Rich HCk.Mlte4 drain Brrt In Powd. sS'Z fll i PTfl I kA IHer Ja u Fl i iA J3i yjJMjjynlBBS Do Foar Savings am 8 per cent? El Paso Electric Notes enable you to earn that on them, if you can save $9.60 a month. News Brevities IJCIU TODAY and TOMORROW Brand New Picture. LEWIS J. SELZNICK jreeat Train Bulletin. All afternoon and night trains were reported on lime Wednesday. B. O. Hendrlfk, Andltor. Tax Afl rlsor 336 First National Bank Bids LOCAL A.ND GENERAL. (Advertisements.) II At the same time you can feel that your money is absolutely safe. The total debt of El Paso Electric .Company, including these 5 year 7 notes (which are now selling at a price to yield 8) is $1,800,000 or only 33 of its capitalization. That means $3 of capi tal behind each, dollar of debt. The great custodians of the people's savings are the Life Insur ance Companies and the Savings Banks. What they consider the soundest, safest investment of the funds in their custody is a real estate loan with $2 of property back of each $1 of loan. And they are right. El Paso Electric Notes are better than thejtandard Eeal Estate loan in two respects: 1. Diversity. They cover the entire City, with its thousands of different interests and persons, in stead of being confined to one piece of property like a real estate loan. 2. Security. El Paso Electric Notes have $3 of in vestment to each dollar of debt instead of $2, as in the standard property loan. You work for your money; make it work for you to the tune of 8. 5 YEAE 7 GOLD NOTES PEICE 96 AND INTEEEST TO YIELD 8 $100, $500 and $1,000 sizes. Notes in Limited Amounts May Be Purchased on Partial Payments. EI Paso Electric Railway Co. Telephone 3460. Ex-Soldiers Committee Meets. The El Paso Committee to Aid Ex Soldiers met at UO oclock Wednes day afternoon in the council chamber of the city hall to discuss plans for financing tneworK in mi iraso. uol. N. Lapowskl presided. Dr. Anna Itennu Buckler BU& Ph. 577 Censoa Figures Announced. TVashlngton, D. C. July 14. Census flrures announced todav Include: Superior. Wia, 89,624, decrease, 760, or 19 percent. Dr. Aner, Phjs. & Surgeon. (Spec Diseases of Women.) Orer State Nat. Bask. Ph. 4642; nights, 51. Adv. Woman Collapses. Johneta Steegars, one of the pro prietors of the Angelas cafe, was taken to the police emergency hos pital Wednesday suffering from a tainting spell during which she fell In the cafe and severely bruised her self. She said she had not been 111 but suddenly lost consciousness. She was treated by Dr. John Hardy and sent to ner Dome. station, according to word rececived at the local navy recreuittng station Wednesday. They should report to the training station as soon as pos sible after nasslnsr their exa.mlna.tlan at the local bureau, but all accepted applicants must report at the station I not later tnan July 25. COUXTT SALARY INCREASE DILI SOT IX VALIDATED Austin. Tex, Jnly 14-Fallure of uiq enroling cierit to insert ue enact ing clause In senate bill No. 97, pro viding for $25 monthly !nerease in salaries of deputy county officials. does not vitiate or Invalidate the bill, the attorney generaTs department neia yesterday. AT THE ELL SaMMimS m sm ' A LICE.VSED TO WED. Roman Santellanes and Carlota Santos. Julio Perez and Teresa Rlvas. Francisco Esqulvel and Clementina Guillen. Manuel E. Chaves and Refugio Balz. Jesus G Delgadc and Maria Villela. Manuel B. Silva and Carmen Agulr-re. Sent Back To Barstow. Bob Storms, held here as a fugitive from Justice at Barstow. Texas, was delivered to sheriff W. J. Wade of Ward county Tuesday night, to be taken back to Barstow. Be Is al leged to have passed several worth less checks Trouble. Avoid trouble. Leave oaggar check at Lon swell's or telephone No. t. 3Xar Still Go To Xavy Stbool. Additional El Paso applicants may still V-e accepted for the summer school at the Great Hakes training Secrets Of The I Movies Revealed QWho was the original "film eopf Al. St. John back In the old Keystone-Trianele days when the Keystone cops were famous the coun try over. Q. What screen star was formerly a portrait painter In Denmark? A. Anders Randolph. Q. In what year did Enid Bennett marry Fred Mblof A. In February. 1918. Q. Wno ts shef She ta 4 years old. Bora In Dennfson. Ohio. Welch 13 pounds. Measures five feet, four and one-half Inches In height. Is a blond with bine eyes, la Mill alnslr. Was onee In vnnsleal comedlea and has been a photoplay star for atx years. She fa athletic and likes aporla of all kinds. Beeanae of her daring la known as the great adventurer of the sereenr A. We could not tell any more without giving It away entirely- The lady Is Marie Walcamp. Q. What la Anna Q. Xflason's mid dle namef v A. Anna Is about to leave for Vienna so we are safe In telling what that "Q" stands for. Here It is: Qoerentla. Queer, eh9 Q. I" Jack Mnlhall married f A. Ten. And there Is a Jack, jr., of about three who Is gclng to be a leading man, too. some day. In srndlo language want does an "odd shot" mean? The an awer to thla qneatlon and a num ber of others will appear In this department tomorrow. Watch for It Copyright, 1926, Thompson Feature Service. Taik Yonr Caret" gJSSP TODAY ONLY Zane Grey's Hi Mighty Drama lers 0i the Dawn" "Action Unlimited" X T. Times. Rialto Concert Orchestra U.nal Xfrnuua Feature. (( Story by 01he Tnoinai Direction Alan Crojland A powerful drama of tangled loves. Beautiful, natural back grounds photographed in the Sunny South. Abo NEWS REEL AND COMEDY REEL ALL NEW. Coming Saturday m "Trouble" Featuring Al St John. Tie Lost City" 8th CalL sftW "DOH'T EWR MARBY"i MARSHALL NEILArTS MATRIMONIAL MIRTHQUAKE it is shafting the whole town with laughter! THREE MORE DAYS itni rsae to zee it but chances growing sfimmer eTery day I SHOWING DAILY Kodaks and Flnlahlng 'Work. We carry a complete line of cameras In all sizes, and make a specialty of developing and finishing. Work In before 10 a. m. Is ready at S p. in Mail orders filled with care. Ask us about our oil colored enlargements. The Pboto Shop. In Scott White Drug Store Mills Sldg. Adv Kodak Finishing See Gandara. Adv Sell OH Stock to CnrYtxa & Co Adv WANTED! Drummer and Clarinetist for Picture Show. Must be sight readers and able to play jazz to classical. Drum mer must have good outfit, xylophone, marimba, etc. Clari netist preferably able to dou ble on saxophone. Address MANAGER Shnler Andlt riant RATON. NEW MEXICO. ALL m&PJPr WEEK Paramount-Artcraft Super-Feature "ON WITH It is the Summer's Sensaton 1iS. Front Row Seals for Summer Batchelors. SEE The intrigues in the archi tect's tower. Sensation scenes in an "after hours" jazz palace. The dance of the Masked Dancer. The poisoning of a happy lore by a beautiful, jealous Russian. Regular Prices. ALHAMBRA PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE A REAL GOOD SHOW and A REAL COOL HOUSE (Temperature today, 65 degrees.) MATINEE EVERY DAY LAST DAY! IN "SLAM BANG JIM" GRECIAN TOMORROW HARRY SVIOREY "THE GAUNTLET"