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EL PASO HERALD
Monday. Nov. 29. 1920. BISHOP FINDS GOVERNMENT IN MEXICO STABLE Chicago, I1L, Nov. 29. Bishop Wil bur P. Thirkield. first resident bishop of the Methodist Episcopal church Id Mexico, who recently returned from nat country, declares mat "Mexico. TOYAH BASIN DRENCHED BY HARD RAINS Pecos, Tex, Nor. 29. A rainfall that In 10 months has exceeded all avail able records for the 11-month periods, la abown by the record of the Pecos experiment station, four miles from Pecos, and has resulted In placing the J "r " lf?lrt!i JJrl pastures In probably better conditions first in brotherhood" to the people of rK, , .t-IT- 4.rin h. . st.wa.4a. extenrtTly throughout Mexico . foothtl! area lining the J western part of the To yah basin, but f'ed extensively throughout Mexico during; the last few months. "Never at any time during- the past ten years." he said. "have conditions been as stable, or the outlook for peace and progress been so hopeful. The country Is wboie-heartedly be hind the new president, general Obre- gon. "Much was made of the bolshertst manifesto which was read from the f-ont north ef the nalace bv revolu I'omst. who got Into the building T hrough a ruse and waved the rea lag and made incendiary speeches, particularly attacking- the newnpa j,eis. Ihe whole manifesto failed to make any Impression, ret had sucn an outrage as the recent bomb ex 7 lesion In Wall street occurred in Mexico, there Is no doubt but that it would hae been followed by an out- r; against the weakness and the in efficiency of the government. "I had an interview for n hour with nresient-elect Obreeon" he raid, "and found him In sympathy with the . program for Metnooisi work. Education Is the great need of Mexico today, and It Is encouraging that the government realises it." Palms and pine trees grow side by j-ide in New Orleans. WORTH WEIGHT iH PURE GOLD Engineer states he can do twice as much work since he began taking Tanlac. Tanlao bu put me In shape to where I fee! like a different man."' said James Otis Weaver. 122 South Eighth SU West Terre Haute. Ind.. -o-i-o is employed as engiaer by the Western Indiana Gravel Co. "For the past five years I had suf fered terribly with stomach troube. 5ost everything I ate disagreed with m. would sour on my stomach, form ZZL3 and cause belching. I always had p mean, bitter taste in my mouth and it was hard for me to retain anything on my stomach. I had such severe headaches that I wduld sometime become dared, and I often had such ,:.izy spells that I would have to get down off of my engine. I" was dread fully nervous and seemed to be get ting weaker all the time. "I have taken only three bottles ef Tanlac ar.d this medicine has done me more real good than everything else J have taken pat together. I am hungry all the time and I can eat :ust anything I want without suffer ing afterwards. I am never troubled with headache, dirry spells or nerv r -jsness and my stomach is In perfect condition. I an so much stronger now :hat I really bel.'eve I can do twice as .uch work as I could before taking anlac I feel Just like I have taken . new lease on life. Tanlac has been worth its weight in gold to me." T&niac is sold in El Paso by Cordell rr'ig Co ; is Ft. Hancock by Ft. Han cock General Mdse. Co- and in Fabens y Fabens Drug Co. Adv. MEXICANS IN U. S. ISSUE MANIFESTO a. Nov. 2 (Br H. MOHR (IT- RATE HARDWARE SOI S. El Plu St. pswae 431 ASK FOR and Obi' Horlick's The Original Malted Milk to Infants sum Invalids Vnad Imitation and Sabstitstes the entire alley has benefited, duett to the drainage com that territory No records are available from the foothill area. The (all was 1I.M Inches, compared with IS inches far 151. and the pre drouth average of about 13 Inches. The heaviest fall was In A usual, whsa approximately seven Inches fell, while the remainder has been well distrib uted over the year, and was reflected in the crops grown in this section, several farms operating; practically independent of irrigation. Despite this heavy rain the records show that the snn failed to shine on only 0 days of the 10-month period. The coldest day of the past year was in January, when the thermometer reached 12 degrees above xero. The highest apd lowest temperature regis, tered during the three summer months was as follows: June, high 99. low 58: July, high IS, law 61; Au gust, sign ion, row so. Two Large Mortgages On Cattle Herds Reported S. D McGregor A Son have mort gaged 1097 head of steers to the El Paso cattle loan comnany at an aver age of X4 a head, or a toUJ-bf 143.006. jtaoiaer loaa on estue just made by the EI Paso cattle loan company 1 amounts to l97.S7t.44. on 7814 head of j cattle belonging to John Helms. - 1 The herd mortgaged By J. D. Mc Gregor ft Son is located 19 miles esst of Van Horn. Texas. That mortgaged by Mr. Belm la located M miles esst of El Paso in 1 Paso and Hudspeth counties. THE WEATHER . S. MTAKTMKVT 0F AGRICULTURE W BATHER BCEEAU. ' Obeervstfons takea it I a. a. TSth me ridian Time. Nov 19. 19H. Tanmrts TtR 6 pjn. TBesday: SI Pas and vfcta Ity: Fair tonight sad Tnday. Haw Mexico: Fair with euUnned cold mm Wash Inert on. D, the Associated Press.) An analysis of Mexico's problems with a program for their solution ts nreeented In an open letter to the Mexican people be ing circulated tn Mexico signed by nine members of a group of political refugees in the United States. Thev are Manuel Garero. minister for foreign affairs and later ambas sador to the United States under Ma de ro: Francisco B. Tarbaial. former justice of the supreme court and president ad interim following Vlc- toriano Huerta; Jttan B- Castelaro, banker and former senator; TorblrH Esottlbel Obregon. m In later of finance in Huertas cabinet: Jeans Flores Ma gon. minister of the Interior In Ma dera's cabinet: Tomas MacMaBUa. for mer senator; Rafael Martinez Carl Ho, rormer senator; Atignei tsueiaa, ior- mer general In the federal army, and Jorge Vera Estanol. minister of edu cation Imcabinets of Proflrio Tlas and Vlctorlano Huerta. Fifteen mrjor problems. Ineludfns; the land and labor qttestioas. interna tional relations; education and the financial rehabilitation of the coun try are ontllned. Woold Limit Ballot. As a "means for making real democracy effective in Mexico," the letter advocates the limiting of the oaj ioc reaerai ana state, to jsexici a citizens not radar 21 years ef age who can read and write -he Spanish lan guage and have a means of lrraUhood This would bar the great mass of illiterate Indians, except In municipal elections, until they had been given an opportunity to learn to read and write Spanish, provisions for which ts made under the beading of educa tion. 4 Illiteracy Is declared to be the greatest menace to he conn try. the letter asserting- the W.OOe grade schools should, be established by gov ernment assistance. The Carranza. policy ef limiting private initiative in education is'con demned. A frank and open International policy is urged, particularly towar-1 the United States. Trestle, with the United States to settle-all boundary disputes, facilities trade and unify railway connections are-eald to be im mediate necessity. The letter also suggests the Immediate establishment of a mixed claim commlMton to take up icteimatiobal claims and co ttends that Mexicans as well as foreigners should be reimbursed for losses and damages to property. Xeir Land PoHcy. The Ca.rasza constitutional doe- EL CASINO IS UNIQUE CLUB LOCATED HERE By 6. A. MARTIN. (Coallaord from oase 1.1 trine relating to land ts condemned T need arias "wholly unreainaoie - necsuse oi fair. I the need of foreign capital for devel- Arlasna- Fair t- opment. The right cf workmen to nlcht: Teeaday fair strike and eoilectlve bai gaining are and warmer. Indorsed, but the right of employers Wett Texas: To- ! is also recognised to .-tone their shops night aaa Tuesday ; when not in violation of labor eou fmr. I tnrAL The elsrht hetnr law is an The rvlaUve hamldlty for El Po and 'nroved In srincinle. vlelBUy at soon Miwday was a perceat: , Tne Mexiean saMIe debt, as set t-mreretsre at asen. u Ja., forth in this doeasaettt. exclusive of nwpiuin . ielalms. restoration -f rolllnjr stick ! and properties seised trtm foreigners ! and natives, la estimated to be 1.20. IA9O.M0 pesos. This anst be paid, the I signers say. and the. potential re state of weather Lowest Temp, tail night- Hteheet Temp. T Temp, at s a. an- AUlene 94 Amarino 99 Atlanta 44 Cht-aT . ....... 49 dnehisati 99 Denver 29 Dulnth 92 Kt TAfjO Oalvton . .... 99 Havre 9 Kajuas City 49 Uttla Rock 41 Loe Anceles night , New Orteaaa . New Tork ... Boawell LaaM Salt Lake City.. saa AotoaM.. sen Santa F. SeaUle . Waahtactan a 64 49 49 SS 99 T9 92 M 29 44 99 -ft 99 99 44 92 24 99 49 49 91 99 14 24 44 22 94 Clear 2C dear 44 Bain 4e Cloudy 94 Cloudy 99 Cl-ar Clear 29 Clear Clear Cloady Cloady Clear Ft-CIdy. Clear Clear Bala Clear Clear Cloady Clear Clou ay Ctoedr sources of the country are declared to be more than equal to the task. In the reconstrnetloa of the coun try, the letter says, foreign capital Is absolutely Indispensable ami every encouragement should he given for investment through private transac tions and not through government connections. In this section also the Carranza Hiim tnw.nl fnrfBiimt and for elm I capital is condemned as "Ins; I red In hostility to evarytaiag toreign. fannrd).. T3 TmvM PtL ifcilitaOoil. Jan. 1 to Nov. 29. Ineloatve, 1919. T.49 tn. Jaa. 1 to Nov. 99. lnelosivo. 191T. 9.49 In. Jan. 1 to Nov. 24. Inclusive. 1919. 7.22 In. Jaa. 1 ts Nov. 29. taelaalve. 1919. 9.T9 In. Jan. 1 to Nov. 29. mebalve. 1929. 9.2! ia. Normal Jan. 1 to Nov. 29, taelnalve. 9.99 In. THIBVES OFXS SAVE. Forcing an entrance at the rear door of the Rio Grande Dairy com pany, 97 Montana street, during Sat urday night, thieves entered and opened the safe by working the cora nlntion They secured over 944). Finger prints were photographed by the police. POLICE REPORTS SHOW TROUSER THEVES BUSY C EL O'Brien, 224 .Lebanon street, reported to the police that his turo sers were stolen early 8anday mom lntr. end later found on his front poren. BtJiptw " ntsxke vit.fa ho.U rr-.r, ,n," wnm the third report or tronsers uens r-t Z"JL. "h"' "j "- strange people, facing new preblems, working In strange lurroundlnge. The Mexican Plays Serloaaly. In every city tn Mexico the casino Is the one Important building In the city. If there Is no otbe. building, which the' Mexican can point to with any great degree of pride, he can take you to the casino and be proud, for a Mexican of refinement mu-u have his social life and It must be exclusive. The casino is the exclu sive club of every Moxlcan city. A Mexican takes his society seriously. When he enters into its enjoyrnert, he leaves business cares outside and enjoys It with his whole soul. For this rea?on he plans well for his so cial affairs. He does not sit down and gulp a meal, then jump through a lot of fox trots and rend the ilr with a lot of nolsemakers or cap himself In a hide ous, ridiculous dream and think he Is having a good time. He s! over his soup as long as an American sits over an entire meal, takes just as long for each of the other courses and thi sips his coffee and puff his cigaretor cigar until he is satisfied. A Mexican takes time to enjoy him self. He enters into 'he spirit of the confetti and serpentine battles with all the abandon of voutn after be has dined but he listens rttentlveiy to the musicians who entertain- n does not chatter and turn bis back on the performers. He has his social af fairs for his pleasure and he enjoys them. Helps Make Xfw Friend. El Casino Mexlcano in fcl Pao was organized for en joy m- .it and If Sat tor day night's social a'talr is a cri terion. It Is fulfilling the purpose of Its creation, for everyoody had a good time Americans as well as Mexicans, and there were a number of Aroerl- i cans present. Well might Americans j emulate th Mexicans in their social1 affairs, as all agreed who were guest ! of the local organization Saturday night. Even the existence ef such an or ganization Is known to few El Paso- ans. Feeling that they were strangers In a strange country, ye wishing to keen un the social ties of the father land, a few of the Ieaiers in the Mexi can colony In EH Paso organized the Casino three years -jo. They have made little fuss about it for a Mexi can does not advertise his good times they have no such thing as s society column In a Mexican paper; his social diversions are taken for grar.ted. So. thj activities of EI Ca sino Mexlcano In El Pi. so have gone practically unnoticed. The club has grown to a membership or 201 Mexi cans and about 100 Americans, real- t dent of EI Paso, many of the latter men and their families who have lived i in Mexico and have n Joyed the hoe- 1 pi tall ties of the casinos ia the cites t of that country. ! Keeps Tradtttoaji A live. Splendid club rooms are maintained upstairs at the southeast corner of t South Oregon and Overlr.nd streets a j big ball room, a billiard room almost as large, cloak and retiring rooms, card tables and other appurtenances ' to a social club such as one finds anywhere, but one is astonished to I find such an institution in El Paso, ; with so little known of it. ; The organization keers alive the ' traditions of the country from whfei ' its founders and mo it of Its members 1 came; It celebrates the national fiesta days of Mexico and ircM ntally a ; number o? American events, such as t New Year s eve and Thanksgiving. Prominent visitors from th; old h- me . are alio entertained as Iti, guests. Th- ( nm ni srmso as a. wn?ie neara oi us activities was when Gin. AlvaroObre- here and he and Govs. Hobby. Campbell and LarrasoJo were enter tained as Its guests. But It has been an active organization oaring all the months of Its exiFt'nc the panx three years and has done much one week. LICEXSBD TO WHD. Jnmn nro and Maria J. ftarlbaV. William R Stookey and Irma Mitch ell Crescendo Plnon and Deeiderio Hernandez. Lucio Mares and Marcaria Hernan dez. Garfield Wilson and Maria Ander son. Roy h. Xash and Elizabeth, Cunntng-ham. BUY TOMORROW! THE LAST DAY THE United States Government Retail Store WILL CLOSE PERMANENTLY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30th BY ORDER FROM WASHINGTON Darin; fete past rear tterc bare beta bat few hemts ra EI Palo bet wbat bare benefited by tbe ecowict efferfti ea staple grsccriet by tbe retail stere conducted by tbe geTerosieBt Tnk stare is sat caatlactecl far profit, ser k it contacted by icdiTidaak. It is joit tbe sbapleit way tbe U. S. GorerBineet bad ef cStpostag ef large ceatigiisieBts ef feecktaffs &ect to tbe gen eral psibBc te that tbe aretage iadhiskal wenli benefit by tbe saTcBgt. Orders bave now been reeeivesJ Aat tbe 9are sm1 peit'.eiy clee fa dean TOMORROW NIGHT. IT WILL PAY YOU TO ANTICIPATE YOUR NEEDS FROM THE LIST BELOW AND BUY FOR FUTURE C0NSUMP nox. Her en. No. 12 can . Baees) Iseae. la, . . . Beans, baked. Urn. S ew . BsJcfstsT Powder, 1-fb, cam Bakimf Powder, 8-4 b. emm Barley, Pearl. kk Beef Beast, 1-lb. cm ... Beet Beast, S-lb mn Beef Reset, t-tb. esn Beef, eoned. Be. X esus . Beef, rorated. at-Ht esta . . , Beet eeiwed, elb cast . . . Bread, Hard, ska. Candles, fssae, lb, , Cera Plow, Jb. l as Drop, l is. .... tsy CrHn, Is, erel, Salt, lb. Wifclss, csesBiber, mmU Pests, Be. S fancy, ea . rdtaase, rkc , elder, s-mL .20 .... JSO .... 1.75 JK JZQ 5v- .... JK .... 2 .... J94 .... J .... 5 Tobaeco, Velret, can J Tobacco, Bull Durham, v4ttsr. ......... J07 Tobacco Duke's Mlstirre, pba ... J$4 Brushes, shaTina eeeh ....... .15 Drawers, wool. Winter, pair Drawers, Stnnnrr. new, pair ..... JS9 Drawers, Summer, reclaimed, pair .. .SS Glores. J, pair .2 Laundry Bnm, each aSS Leffi;Inits, new, pair Harness, lead, ds. ...30jM Harness, wheel, ds. Harness, remMutiM asd wheel ds. Shoes, reclaimed, pair saddle. MeClellaa, reelslmed, each .. Saddle, P. reetelmed, eaeh Undersblrts, Samraer, new, eaeh ..... Tea, Hi, OHtci, pint Mixed riekles, quart Jar Sardines In Oil Q,uaker Oats, ckb ,.. Chew Chow, pint .....?. Seda Craekers Pumpkin, Slh, en of Mexico who are llvina; an en- lorceo resiaence among; us. Helps Cvltirate InterMttoaal Cemlty. El Casino Mexlcano has also done much to cultivate a friendly feellnK between the Mexican residents and the El Paso citizens, tor. with a con siderable membership of El . aoani on Its rolL more or les Intimate friendships have been formed be tweea the people of the two races, and. after all. yon have to Know k man or s woman socially to sre close ly acquainted. sou asay mtc n passtaa: ae quatefsBee, even a warm bssfsifs aequslstasee. with s mssv, bat yea mast break bread with htm smoke eigarets with him, talk with him ever the d Inter table, dasce with bh family thtfea to bis troubles and hi trlcmpbs, te know him. The Mesfraa Cwwtas does week ts brlsjc aboet this aa derslaadfasr so wttrmmmry as a prelude ts frteadshlp. Jesus Falomir was the first presi dent of the organization Gulllerum Porras was the second president and they liked his admlnitrt tlon so weil that they drafted him for s second term and he Is now si-Inn In tbe third year of the cJnb'j existence. It Is an appropriate section, for Gnfl lermo Porras wa one of tbe big men In Mexico before the revolution and his friends say he will be a big Rupture Kills 7,000 Annually Serea thousand persons rach year are laid awa tne burial certificate beta marked "Rapture. Why? Because the nafortunate ones had nesitscted them serrM or had bseu mrely taklajr care of the sicn (airellinjr) of tbe slTllcUon and rylnT no atteatioa to the caoss. What sre yon ooior jj you nvKiaKnjnx yourself by weartnr a tnat, sppUaaee or whatever name you choose to call ft? At best- the trim Is wily a makeshift " a false pron acainst a eollaoalnc wall and cannot be expected to act as more than a mere mechanical support. The bin din treavrare retarfia blood circula tion, thns robolTi" the weakantsd moscles of that which tbey need moat noarlab-. THE POPULA Or. Mean Ave. and Snn An.nfc SI. rrlvate Branch Exekanfje SSSak Mail and Pk.se Sraers I'rvm.tly pillrd. (jfoliday Sollm of Qeminine cAppawl TOMORROW is the final day of the November Drive and the Pre-Holiday selling of feminine apparel on the Fifth Floor is the big feature. Our entire stock is included in this big merchandise mooemcnl and there is no need to Wait longer for lower prices they are now at the lowest point. Two Suit Specials HIGH grade suite at a Bocteratc price will be (omd m two special grasp. These cotue in the favored trysts of the season ia aucb materials as tricotse. lunrJtooe. snVerhMe aad wool velours. Many for trimmed models are a tbe tots. Tbe two special prices are $25.00 and $3450. Other suit specials ranging in regular prieet from $6930 to $14430, are reJaeed to $4930 and $9750. Two Dress Specials 5N tbese two special groups yon wffl find dresses of satin, satm meteor, wool velour. veJveseea, wool serae and fine bkntines. Some are plain tailored, others are banned with fancy ribbon sashes, while others are silk enJnoidered and hand beaded. The two specials are $1930 rxi $2930. ill dresses in slock sake the tame stale H reduction at the smb. t he Pre-Holiday selling of blouses, furs and millinery on the Fifth Floor should be placed on your shopping program tomorrow. In The Downstairs Store ts At 3.95 Values Are $7.50 WE have cecnred. from one of the leading maimfacttners of high grade boots for worn- - Misfit Stoop VaIFTSy EL PASO'S beautiful Qiristraas Store is now on the threshold of the biggest Christmas campaign ever at teanpted outside tbe largest metropolitan centers. Beauti ful Christmas decorations form a pleasing back ground to tbe most complete assortment of holiday gifts ever assembled m the South wet. That The Popular is the store of a thousand gifts tfUl be pleasingly demonstrated All floors. Be en. an entire ""pa- line. These come hi fine Idas and patent leather in a complete range of styles, colors and color combina tions. They all have high Louis Cuban heels, and the sizes are 2'5 Wl- The widths are B and C Any woman who wears the above sizes and widths can secure a phenomenal value at the nonamal price of Ml i $3.95 Downstairs Store Fifteen Dollars Sweaters IWO ttssierpiiced par chases of women's and ch3dreo''3wealeT9 have ar rived just k inne for our Pre-Holiliy Sale in the Downstairs Store. These are offered as follows: WOMEN'S SWEATERS These are made of pure zephyr yarn m tuxedo and ripple styles. Many are attentively trhamed is an gora. There is a full range of coiors such as sal con, htrquoist. peacock, copes. American ueaaty ard buf These ate an ezrta 5 95 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS Tins is a sample line and we secured it greatly ub derpriced. Tne styles are tuxedo, coat an sup-on. Tins being a sample line it often yon an aousualh wide "range of choice m color combinations and models. The speciaJ a v - price is DownsUlrs Store Around the Clock With Santa Clam Of coarse, everybody) in El Pom will attend the Elks' show this eet "Around the Clock With tie Elks." TT k also timely to suggest that you go around the clock with Santc dans in Tbe Pop ular Toy Annex. Complete stocks of desirable toys await your selection- Toys wul glad ly be set aside for later delivery. Mail Orders We cordially invite oar out-of-town friends to take advan tage of our satisfactory Chrisnnaj mail order service. Write as fully as you can what yon want in order to avoid unnecessary conespond oee and delay. For Dresses Worth $25.00, $2750and $30.00. "TE have assembled for the final day of the November Drive two immense groups "V of women's stylish dresses. In one you vrill find handsrxne tricotioe and serge dresses in navy and Hack. They are plain tailored, braided and embroidered models. In the other you will find beautiful satin and tri Colette dresses in a big range of colors and styles. There is a full range of sizes in both lots, and such dresses sold a month ago at $25.00. $27.50 and $30.00. They are an Extra Pre-Holi- s. day Special in the Downstairs Store Ready-to-Wear De- I I If 1 partntent at. WB have rseefred a special shipment of M Hoovers far the holidav setting, u yoo wish to "give her a Hoover" do not delay. Sth Floor. Our Pre-Holiday Sale of Mens Suits and Overcoats Should Not Be Overlooked. 2nd Floor But aclenes has forma a nr. aad an traaa auurrs ta tna lasa ara mniaa u mass a FREE teat riant tn tna nrlvacT Of tbir own faoroea Tha PLAPAO mataoa la tmqncstlonaMv tba moat acd eatlnc lotlal and anccMSfol slf-trat-maat far raptura tna world has avar .se.ea .eeo AS J1S AS AX DURANGO AND WEST SAN ANTONIO STS. T PAD vhen atlhcfiiuc dosvlT to tbe bty cannot ponlbly un atT athift out of plae9. tb?rfor cannot chftf or oiaeh. Boft m Teivet eavaty to aml7 eomperT3ly lnexpn0iT9x To bo ued wbllst too verk ui-l whilst i fxteei. No ittM. bactUtM or l?nnji at txchexl. Lvm benr to clow tb' hernial rfl for u da tor Intended bo tba raptor CSlTT come down Send your BaUne to &y to PUAPAO CO.. Stoort B!dr.. Bt Loon. Mo . tar FBBR trUt Plopoo mod tnst-ncilvo Informitlon (c) P.I. RHEUMATISM-RELIEF From Its nreodfatl Pa lost J SUffaTsCfW, &TmrM Is properly to be boo slit in a goo6 blood medicine, because authorities say rheumatism Is a blood disease: add has entered the blood, settling Is the muscles and joints That's what makes the sharp, sudden, shot like pains, causing you to jump and cringe in agony. Hood's Sarsaparills comprises remedies that evry physician pre scribes for rheumatiBm, coral Intd!.. varfrh ntfior Mnfarf-nnrifvtnnr Inn if anAPr strength-building ingredients In a formula vastly superior in makeup and in curative power It does give positive relief Thou;anfls sav so. So will you For a lino laxative take Hood's. pUla -AdT, man rgaln. A native of Parral, a graduate lawyer, he was well known among the legal fraternity of Mexlo and served aa seeretarr of state and acting governor of the state of Chi- nnanua daring a portion of its most 1 prosperous period, just prior to the I revolution, Rihrhlt Heal Grit. : Galllermo Porras Is a .good exampi 1 of what many a Mexican has done ' since necessity forced him to come to the United States. He is one of many woo, !nnew suironndlnga. nan dl capped by new environment, a strange language and as s. range cus toms, has adapted himself and "made good" in mora ways than one. Jean" Falomir. Jeans M. Priaa, the present secretary of the elnb, and many oth ers have done the same. It has been a hard row, as we say In Sngllsh. for moat of them, bat tbey have socceed ed. Tbe example of Galllermo Po ras and these men 's a demonstration of what a man may do by adapting him self to conditions and making the best of surroundings. He came to El Paso when tbe revolution broke, with his family and very Utile else bnt a strong heart and a sad face. He eonM speak no English and be had no money. Today he speaks perfect Eng lish. Is the head of a nrosperovs busi ness and numbers his friends in El Paso by the score and Is looked upoii not as r foreigner, but as a substan tial citizen of El Paso. We talk of "American grit.' GuiUermo Poms atid his friends nave proved that "grit" exists everywhere; at least that it Is cot exclusively American. Loeb Per the Silver Ltnlng. In the language 0f the homely American phrase, 'our hats are off" or should be to this little band of citizens some temporary resident only, some who will always remain, for, regardless, of all their troubles they have found time to play a little and have set an example to the rest of us; have proved that If you look for the silver lining, voul! find It and that there are other ways easier t ridding the mind of troubles than sit ting down and crying oer a misfor- :une. YTra El Casino Mexlcano, Four Cars Smashed In Two Sunday Accideuh1 Many a Pretty Face Spoiled By Pimples At lerst ten Demons canned Infnrv i in two automobile collisions Sunday which resulted in serious damage to four cars, according to the police. No arrests wero made. H. U Stevens. 712 West Overland street, and L S. Winner. 231 East San Antonio street, w-re drivers of cars which smashed on East aissouri street. Mrtv. Max Borarhr n loa vtmm Overland, and Joe Holguin. 44 Charles ; street, drove automobiles which col lided a few hours later near the home of Mrs. Borschan. FEDERAL COURT TERM TO OPEN AT DEL RIO DEC 6 A rarular term at federal court arlll be opened at Del Rio. Monday. December 9, to continue one week, ana to be opened tne (ollowina Mon day at San Antonio. P. P. Harrlnc ton. court reporter, or El Paso, will attend. Heavy dockets, conalstlnn largely of liquor cases, are awaiting trial. CASCARETS "They Work while you Sleep" Ooclj dose your eyas to the warn in. which nature gives, when aaaurhtl; pimples appear oa your face ane) other parts of the body. Not only are these pimples and splotches disfiguring, bat they lead to serious skin diseases that spread and cause the moat disco aifortiag irrita tioa and pain. Somet rates they lore tell Ecsema, boils. Misters, seal; erap tions and other annoyances that hum tike flamea of fire, and make yon feel that your skin is abbus. When these symptoms appear on any nart nf th hnriv tale, ammfw. .t .n. 177- " - r r- 1 1 m inc uwou 01 iocs. nnHpmera. ana the one remedy which, has ao equal as It is estimated that the total wom an's vote in the recent presidential .Iptlnr .mnnnlMl tn mnr- .Son 1 S - 000,000. Did you feel -upset" today. Irs your liver and bowels! Tou"re bilious, constipated unstrungr, and what you need la Casearets tonight sure. Wake up with your head clear, eyes bright, step elastic, nerves steady, cold gone; your stomach, tongue and breath right. No griping no Inconvenience. Children n. Casearets too. 10, 3d ceats Adv. a blood cleanser SJ&&, tha purely vegetable blood tnedicme, which ha been oa the market for more thar fifty years. It ist sold by druggists every where. If yon are afflicted with this forrc of skis disease do not expect to t cured by lotions, ointments, salres and other toeal remedies, as they can co: possibly reach the source of tk trouble, which is in the blood. B-.-pit taking &SJ8. today, and write a cvte pletc history of your case tr our ciuei medical adviser who will give vo special instructions, without chare Writs at oaee to Slediea lVm-tor, Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Adv. Salesmen Will Hear Sermon On Selling At the Salesmanship cluba weekly lnncheon tomorrow W W. Cooler and J. H. Murray w(H be sneakers. Mr Cooiey will give s sales demonstra tion and Mr. Murray a selling ser mon. A violin solo wi 1 be played by Ed die Schenck and a banjo solo will be played by E. M Lawrenre The annual election of officers will be held at a dinner on the nlcht of tha last Tuesday la December. THIEVES TAKE TOILET ARTICLES FROM STORES Detectives are unable to classify tha thief or thieves that entered the drug store at :2IC Magoffin Saturday evening and stole only toilet articles Tha blame would be -attached to the weaker sex, had It not been for the fact that a box of cigars and a carton of cigareM were also missing At ap parently the same time a similar rob bery occurred at the Sun drug store, 1001 San Antonio street. It's Easy To Put On Flesh All you have to do if you are tc thin and want to put on se nra pounds of solid "stay-there" f'.sh is to take a flve-gra:n tablet of S!oo--Iron Phosphate with each mea. Th(i builds un the nervous system er rtches the blood and tius enables vital organs to assiti late ihe i building, atrerhrth-making ?lemTid of your food -whiff new largely go u waste. Foika who tiae tried It staid they not only pat flesh tout t-a: it also almost in ariably inrses their strength, energy and endurance. You can get enough P-Iood-Iron tab lets for a three weeks" treatment c Cordell Drug Co. o any other dr'.z gist for only $1.50 and its so u- -formly successful that your dr.i, . a man you know, is author 3 1 . 7 fond your money ff yoj ir : Vtetter get a package toda. a- 1 "c, to get stronger an haithir aa we aa better looking. Adv.