EL PASO HERALD
"Week-End Edition, September 4-5, 1920.
i. lORK. Sept. 4. Frank Tlnney
is to give up DiacKTara wotjc
At nrunt ll. &DDaTS ill tmiSt
i ork i for about five minutes In the
f rst scene of 'Tickle Me.- at the
elwyn theater, but he Is rnaaier
'hrough the rest of the show In
white face." He has signed a five
ear contract with Arthur Hammer
stein to act under the Hammerstein
manament, in which was a clause
providing that co'k should be rele
gated t tne rear
FY WAY OP DIVERSION".
Sam ,ilaa McGuffg n in Peeweeple's
store ' A president s soon to be
chosen once more Some people like
Haraing and others like Cox. Say. I
could beat either. TV, bet my bine
socks The women this time will de-
iae ho goes in, and if X were run
ning tbats Just why I'd win. Now,
i aJn t a beauty, but yon will agree
bt Jadies have always been partial to
ne it d travel around holding parties
and touch .With gossip I'd keep all
the fair ones in touch. To kiss all
tnft babies I surely would plan. The
rorld would soon see rm a real
ladies' man." "You sure are some
flicker," said Grandpa SfeGee. "The
women would love you Just take It
from me. rd vote for you. too: you're
so pretty and tweet" Old Silas grew
mad. turning red as a beet. Said be:
Listen, grandpa, you've never showed
et that you had a knowledge of real
ottiket." As Silas staHced out. Uncle
Barnabes smiled. Said he: "Keerful,
g"-andpal Tou'll get Silas riled."
IT COXES FROM HATILBK.
A Harlem wit writes to ask If 'Wag.
enhals & Kemper's new success, "The
Bat." was written by Babe Huth.
MOROSCO TAKBI OXE.
Oliver Morosco has accepted a play
by Anna Nichols called "The Glided
IT'S THE SHORT CUT."
Michael Goldreyer has changed the
title of his new play to "The Short
("lit." Florence Eldrldge has been en
gaged. ANOTHER. HXCOtS PLAY.
"The Charm School" will move
from the Bijou to the 39th street on
Sept 6 The following evening
Thomas Dixon's drama of Lincoln.
A Man of the People," will open at
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Jbodies are particularly adapted to heavy duty work.
They are so constructed that road shocks arid vibra
tions are absorbed by cushions protecting all vital
parts. This enables them to carry ponderous loads
over broken f ground without overstraining, and to
withstand thewear and tear of mechanical loading.
Their cost record per ton-mile is low. :
Here is the enthusiastic recommendation of"
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G WQB TH0GKS
uilders of Buines
Plays! And Players
FILMS AT TEN PER.
When the D. TV. Griffith screes
version of "Way Down East" opens
at the 4th street theater Friday
night seats sold at 31" each. After
the first night the prices will range
from cents to J 5.
TWO -LASSIES" OX TOUR.
The New York "Lassie" company
will begin a tour at the Alvln theater,
Pittsburg, on Labor day. A second
company is being organized to play
the territory the first won't reach.
CURTAIN RISES EARLIER.
Hereafter "The Century Revue" at
the Century Promenade will begin at
c 3A nolnrVr. Instead, of at 9. This is
ho avoid conflict with "The Midnight
Rounders." which iohows tne revue.
"CARROLL PRESENTS" NOW.
Al Woods, associated with Earl
Carroll In the production of The
Lady of the Lamp, at the Republic
has decided to give Mr. Carroll full
credit In connection with the play.
Hereafter the sign will read "Sari
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY.
If you would be rooted of your
good name, put it in your umbrella.
Tbare tcu & young; woman named
"Who used to bit trrlc on cherry.
ftlt OHO was dis uaiukj
And powder and painty
She angered the hired mac Jerry.
FROM THE CHESTNUT TREE.
"BIHy cried lor an hour."
-Did ha get ltr
The new Klaw theater will he
Stuart Robson, Jr, Is a stage man
ager with the "Follies."
London and Is rehearsing1 in "Polde-
Frlta Lleber Trill enter the fltld of
PL-l. -...,.& raeat BAAtl oftf" TI
OWUiC9jVc cau . ...
years as leading man for Robert Man-
Emily Stevens win resume her role
in "Foot-Loose" at the Little theater.
--. ' hail TatnTTHll f-rrWft
Franco to resume her TaudeTtlle
work- , .
vera, Myers Is now aancins uie
Is welding heavy castings is due to
onr expert care in pre-neating the
principle factor in iHIM welding.
"A TURNER WELD
Turner Welding Co.
600 Texas 8U
want the belt.
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STJXDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1820.
I LI favored aspects rule this day,
according to astrology, and it Is
lncky that business Is suspended.
Jupiter. Uranus, Mercury, the sun and
Saturn are all in malefic aspect.
Under this government of the stars
the mind is likely to be uncertain and
disturbed. It is well to practice con
centration and to reflect upon pleas
Uranus is in a. place believed to en
courage the most gloomy views of
business prospects and political con
ditions, but thje effects of this ill
omened sway may be overcome by a
positive attitude of mind.
Ministers, lecturers and public
speakers may find audiences cold and
unresponsive today, and unusual tact
will be necessary to overcome unfav
Letters are likely to be especially
dangerous when written under this
rule of the planets. Love missives as
well as official communications may
contain material from which, troubles
Visiting comes under an Influence
that is most unfortunate while this
configuration prevails. It will be par
tieularly unlucky to meet relatives on
whom depends' favor or money.
To the aged Is likely to come a
sensation of weariness and discour
agement while Saturn is as evilly dis
posed as In this day's aspect. Many
old persons will die before the new
year, astrologlsts predict.
Although it seems that the heav
ens frown on the fortunes of men. the
new era is advancing toward great
revelationsof human power, the seers
New Inventions more wonderful
than any yet proected are prophesied
before & decade has passed.
Many women are to attain high
place as scientists and leaders of
utilitarian reforms. '
Persons whose birth date It is have
the forecast of journeys that may not
bo lucky. They should not risk money
and should pay close attention to
Children born on this day may
have eventful lives In which there is
drams that brings success and happi
ness. They should be very carefully
guided in choosing their vocations.
Copyright. 1920, by The McClure
RivoH. She was In "What's in a
Holbrook Elinn will open at the
Comedy theater in "The Bad Man."
"The Greenwich Village Follies"
will hop off tonight at the G. V.
Rehearsals for "Mecca." have begun
on the Century stage with 490 peo
Al Johnson will begin his third sea
son in "Sinbad" in Montreal.
BUSINESS BOOKS TO BE HAD
AT CHAMBER OF C0BERCE
On Monday the uubllo library will
open the chamber of commerce branch
for business men.
Books on business. Industrial, tech
nical and agriculture will be circu
lated. The hours are from 1 to S tolly:
There are 600 volumes in this col
lection a selection of the very best
doous on eacn emojeci.
This branch will be & great help to
the business men. manufacturers and
technical men of the city.
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MONDAY. SEPTEMBER. C 100.
A STROLOGERS read this as an un-
f important day In planetary gov-J
niuucuu iiapiuuo lutes rfiui
mildly sinister lnflnenca.
Events are brewing, occultists de
clare, and the calm before the storm
gives warning to take account of con
ditions and make wise Diana.
Thrift again is counseled. Money
matters should receive close atten
tion, for there may be a temporary
Prosperity Is foreshadowed for the
United States, despite all the gloomy
runiors set afloat by those who have
All the signs seem, to indicate that
there is no isolation for any country
and for that reason it Is well to pre
pare for enlarged activities and re-
sponsi Din ties, we seers announce.
Despite all predictions that crime
will increase during the winter
months those who read the messages
that the stars reveal give assurancs
that the world is growing better and
that men are coming into closer re
lation with th9 spiritual world that
A movement that will greatly bene
fit agriculture la forecast. This will
improve the labor situation.
Earthquakes In the fifth decree of
east longitude are Indicated for next
month, out tney probably will not be
The klnr of England Is still un
der the adverse influences foretold by
astrologers. iis sun axractea &y
Jupiter and near the conjunction of
Mars bodes 111 for the peace and
serenity of the British government.
Stock men are warned that the total
ecllnse of the moon. October 27. fall'
ing in the first decan of Taurus may
cause diseases and death among cat
tle. The conjunction of the planets
Jupltes and Neptune last April is be
lieved to have an Influence on France,
Italy, Prussia and Bohemia and to In
creastrthe likelihood of continued and
mora serious trouble in all four coun
While Mars, culminating in Rus
sia, has sinister power, astrologers
believe that there is little hope of
settled conditions In that unfortunate
Persons whose blrthdate it Is should
be especially cautious where the heart
Is concerned. These subjects of Virgo
may be very susceptible during the
Children born on this day are likely
to do exceedingly attractive ana lov
able. Many of them may have un
usual artistic talents. Copyright,
izo, oy xne jdcumre newspaper syn
dicate. " " i
Thief Takes Quarter
From Boy Buying Melon
When Mrs. Jessie M. De Blanc, a
teacher in the Grand View school.
was handing her little nephew a
quarter Friday afternoon to buy a
piece of watermelon, a well dressed
young man brushed his way between
her and the boy, grabbed the coin
and hurried away. The theft was in
a local cafeteria.
Tenement, extra good buy.
Lee Xeirman, Ph. 4004.
m S. El Paso St. Adv.
Sell Liberty Bonds to Curtiss & Co.-Adv
Jiti. O B. Pat. OtC
1. What Is a combination!
2. What Is a narwhal?
Z. Who was Joseph Harrlntson and
how did ho beeoma famous at the
Battle ot Lexlncton.
4. What Is a Heck?
6. What Is a peck?
6. Who iJrote "The Apaches oj
7. What Is the most Yaloabl. frnlt
raised In the United States?
8. What are ethics?
9. Why Is water necessary to hu
19. What Is a teal?
Answers to Yesterday's Kwta.
1. An attorney is a person ap
pointed as a personal representative
to transact business affairs: but the
word Is used generally or legal rep
2. A break Is a breach or Inter
ruption .or an openln? out.
J. A brake Is a device lor retard
ing motion; it is also the name of a
variety of fern, or bracken.
t. Th. larcest Iron ore port In the
1 f 'HERE are mora people riding bicycles today
1 than ever before. For no otner mode of trans
portation is more healthful morn convenient
mere fan more economical. To the weak it
brings sUti igtn. To the tired it brings recreation.
To the laborer it brings economy end independ
ence. And to all it brings clean. Invigorating ex
ercise and a bigger lovo of the zest of Ijfe!
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world Is the port of Escanaba. Green
6. Pansanlas was a Greek general
who won by defeating the Persians In .
479 B. C but his love ol power lea ;
him later to become a traitor to his I
country, and he was finally walled up I
In the Temple of Athens, and allowed
to starve to death.
t. A pan for broiling fish or meat
shouM first be heated red hot before '
the meat Is put into It; this seals,
In the Juice and retains the flavor
and nutritive qualities.
7v The story of the ranches. The
Roundup" was written by John Mur
ray and M. M. Miller.
8. pepper grass Is the ordinary
9. A mystery Is something un
known or incomprehensible.
10. The Athabaska river flows
chiefly toward the north, while the
majority of rivers have a southerly
rAJSEVGEn RAISE REFUSED. !
Helena. Mon, Sept. ij Increases ot
20 percent In Intrastate passenger
tares In Montana asked by the West- !
era Passenger association, were de
nied yerterday by the Montana rail-
road commission. The commission
- Half Million Builders of Good
Dodge Brothers business has just
reached fr"d passed another mile
stone in its history.
In alittieover five years more fiiaa
one-half million Dodge Brothers
Motor Cars have been placed in
the hands of owners.
If this sales record represented Use
appeal of a price, the total would
not be particularly impressive.
The important thing is that the
car is not thought of in terms of
price, but in terms of value.
How often you hear the car spoken
K of and how seldom the price!
It is the quality of thought
that strrrotznds it which makes
thia success noteworthy.
Because people think well of these
cars, it is still impossible for Dodge
Brothers to brrfld enough- of them.
Seldom has there been a finer ex
ample of the force t of friendly
thoughts. ' sZi-J.
It is an inspiration and an encour
agement to build well because
the reward, in America, is so great
With nothing but good will toward
them in American homes how
could Dodge Brothers do les3 than
they have done?
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also r7i!e4 a requested 10 peree-it It-
crease In excess baggage raes. news
pi - -ii a ar jig
Nothing has checked or hindered
for so much as a single week, the
continued bestowal of tins recog
nition and reward. 'i
The eagerness to own tie car is
greater today than it ever has
The reason is not ferto seek.
Take first the .mere, numerical
Remember that thesatisfaction of
one-half million owners is not cas
ual, but deep and profound.
Multiply ftiem by Qxt average
family of even three.'
Remember thatjBflgcf'fiese are
Then think of that leaven "cf
thought leavening the whole mass.
You will begin to understand, then
why Dodge Brothers have been
building new buildings ever since
the business began.
You wifl understand why the
works in which the car is built
are still steadily spreading and ex
panding. You will get an idea of bow much
men can do when the homes of
America are solidly behind them.
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