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EL PASO HERALD EDITORIAL and MAGAZINE PAGE ANY AMOUNT, HOWEVER SMALL, IS WELCOME; THE CHILDREN NEED YOU JfOST people habitually select csrtiia vtl ux or charity or chorch work to vrttch they derate their time and money so far ai they are akle aad (Hspesed. Bat now asd then some appeal ii made wktA is universal gas cannot be avoided. Such is the call for funds to support the American child relief work going on is central Europe. Unlimited quantities of material for publication hare been famished, demonstrating and illustrating the actual conditions and the pmaine need. The will not be aeoeesary to present these tneir nomrymg detain, or to print which have been fnrsisbed, ptctirree tae sou, yet they are authentic photographs of little ones actually starving to death for want of the few cents worth of food a day that would sustain them. The Herald cannot believe that the men and women of 1 ble to the appeal; only information, not to stir the emotions, is needed. The movement to finance the American relief work as ta next summer's harvest is backed by aad welfare organisations. The national committee if a roster of leaders in great affairs, and the personnel ef the woriong Dooies is tnat which has been veers of organized social service en both sides of the water. The facts are vouched for by authorities heyoad quel- tioning. It is hard to comprehend even vaguely what it means te say that 30000 children are dependent an this Amer ican relief work to obtain the one Tlfttl aeal a day which is indispensable if life is to be kept in these bodies. mi ii we cannot, comprenena 3,500,000 can comprehend one hungry child or five or ten hungry children, and Herbert Hoover says every $10 given now by asraaii wui nc anoea to enough mm i mams mi at icasx one cnua snau receive the rood and care vital to hia existence. So, it comes down to this: If yon have $10 or are that yes can spare, and if yen feel disposed te give it ta Icetp one or more of these little ones alive, von mav fel rr that your money Tin be used te get the ui guuu oat as sc. "i Paso has been asked to give a smaller proportion of the total fund than relative population warrants, so we must not fan short of our quota. Bl Pise is asked for $20,009, and haw easy that would he te raise if several thousand indmduala were to chip in with their $1, $5, 310, er (50. Sealty it is almost eatirely a question sf diepeettion, with a large proportion of mea and women net so much a question of ability to give. For the amount is altogether optional, any amount, no matter how small, win he wel comed ami win be acknowledged in The Herald. There are few indeed who honestly cannot afford a small gift te this fund if they feel touched by the terrible seed of the little people of the war stricken old world. No "drive" is going to be made. Letters have been J sent to WOO er so persons who cnsetaSy rive and eive generously te all worthy causes, outttuiag the situation as it is and tranamttting the request ef the national com mittee. Beyond these there ought to be thousands still who cannot be reached directly, and from them ft is hoped to receive, through the newspapers, a substantial From the way the reformats arc talking the smokers had better fin their cellars witfc teaaceo. Next they'll prohibit chocolate aa a habit forming drug. IFs an right to show brotherly levt for the prisoners in the county jaO, but the jailer has ruled that they must not be given saws and files for Christmas. Small nonpar the moon is bright when one considers how many people are making moonahine these days. A boy, IS, who holds four new out of the five in the deck is prececuna and a boy, 14, who shoots him fur it is mere so. It leaks as if our modern educational system is too swift. The Volstead act win soon be construed to prohibit the manufacture of trousers with htp pockets. l Abo ut Broadway Mr BIPB N fBW YORK. Dec. It. The "Ermtate" revival, starrlna- Fran cis Wilson and Oe Wolf HecDer. v. ill open at the Park theater on Jan uary s. It Is reported to be an elab orate show. In tba supporting; cast will be Irene Williams, mad les-aln-r. Rosamond Whiteside, Jennie "Wratherly, Alice Hanlon, Warren Prc-tor, Alexander Clark. Robert Broderick, Adrian Morgan aad Rich ard atalchlaa. The revival haa been playing; Boston. BE1DFORD GETS OXE. Walton Bradford has obtained the rlfbss to a comedy entitled "Concern ms Claudia" aad win produce It late Hogwallow Locals By DtTKK BOTTS. TTcISBY SAJrCOCE emptied out Us 1 pockets today. He says it is sur prising how much can accumulate is six months if a fellow puts everything he .thinks he wants to save in his pockets. The benches at the Hog Ford church have been rearranged so that the con gregation won't have to turn dear around when anybody comes in with a new dress OS. A good deal of sickness is expected in this community as soon aa f dicJaa gets down within reach of alL Useless By WALT IK eld asd badly on the blink; I have no brains with which to think, so teeth with which to eat ; my head is bald, my ears are blind, aad rhenmatiz, the compourd land, is sissting in my feet. I often gaaah my toathless jaws, and wring my hands, with ample cause, regretting past nwtakes; I once was quite a husky lad, who didn't need a tivtr pad, and knew no pains or aches. I didn't guard my precious health, which was a better thing .than wealth, a better thing than tame. I jogged along with hisdlfsi fools and violated ail the ruins, and now Fin stiff and lime. I trace each ailment to its source, to conduct foolish, vain and coarse, in days when I was young; because of breaks made long ago I sow have corns on every toe, a spavin on each lung. I see the young felka go their war, asd turn the night time into day, where sports chase by in streams; they paint the town throe shades of red when they should safely be in bed, and drearmr.j mural dreams. And when they're eld they'll pay the bill; they'll look back from iiie'a western hill, regretting conduct wrong; aad there would be no bills to pay had they but walked the narrow way when they were young and strong. ftepyrtgh by Gearge Matthew Adams. WALT MASON. Uses of aerial serv- Herald beneres ft stateBKBts with all any of the futures calculated to narrow Paso win be insensi argument or effort an the social service Lspedal trains into triad aad tatted IB and New York, calidres. aest of us jc-treeees seunea the business from Just about the a bunch of mosey, pink beU wens or last possible grain The truth is matt out a passpert. XTBW MEXICO'S ii session such as legislative bodies interest, this year, or special latere its -Every legislator, me Til vote for that but the point is: If the KustitBS for us to recognise Hope! thou Plays And Players i? DDIH.KV. in the season, man Ford. It is by Harry Chap- BT WAV OP DtVKHIO.. Said Silas UcQuggin. in Peeweepls's store, "This move for blue Sundays has got me right sore. Vhy shouldn't the boys have their baseball an' such? Enjoyment on Sunday ican't get you la Dutch. I think '-hese reformers should all are to fall ar hoard some bis; ship that's all ready to sail. If we gould get rid of 'era life weahl be great. Each one ot em's merely a craxy old skate. "Well, Silas. said Grandpa McGee with a scoff, "it's hardly a month since yon drove the boys off from yer vacant 1st, an' I thought t a shams. Ton made all thasn kids trait a dandy ball same. Said Silas, "Oh. Grandpa, yer such a-i old chump. Ton ought to go bold yer fool head 'neath a pump." And, as he stalked out, Pels; Lee took a ebew aad said. "Silas finds them there blue laws too Mue." PASSI50 SHOW" ADDS 2I." The Messrs. Sbubert announce that tfc next "Pasains- Show" will do called "The Passing; Show of 1921, instead or "20." Whin this one Is launched on December 27 there will be three Tasaina Shews" playing. CrULHHIea AT THK STRAXD. AppToxImatelr 4000 children. In yttaf by Sophie Irene Loeb, through the Evening; World, will attend a special performance at the Strand, arranged for Wednesday morning, December 2. by manaalna director Joseph L. Plunkett. TICKI.KSS TTMK." TOO. "Tickle Time." a one-act oomody by Susan (Happen aad Georr Cram Cook, has been seleote-! by the Prov i no town Players a a curtata raiser for Tba Emperor Jonas." at the spe cial matinee Barter nances at the Selwyn theater be1nnln Decem ber ST. HBU SUBSCRIBE. Loner Haskell was boosting the polios boopltal food the other night in a Ftatboalt theater. "Wham B-We a dollar to sea a po lleaenaa to tae hoepltajr b aeked, tn sollciUaa; funds. "I'll give tit for a chsnct to send ten of jn to hospital." sans out a gangster in the gal la ry. LRHOY KXI'LAX S. A. Leroy Browns ef the Apollo theater staff, whose cards read: "Porter in the day time, carriage at tendant at BltTht" told Arthur Ham merateia roeontly he used to be an actor In a colored troup. "AeUn wasn't so food,", said troy. Regrets j MAkOK. Overlooking Something. EVERY day, representatives of large banks, jobbing con cerns, and factories in the north and east pass through border cities on their way to Mexico to get business. These men are shrewd chaps who know what they are doing. They. and their companies lay back and waited during mextco a revolutionary days. They did not could not sympathise. They had so Co Beers about who won or what happened to Mexico so long as bask assets, resources, were sot rained and so that eventually the country quieted down aad be came a good place again in which to do business. Through these same years the border towns sympa thised. They felt with Mexico. In her sorrow we sorrowed. In her joy we rejoiced. We know her customs and her people mingle with us socially as wen as in business. Yet, for some reason, we have neglected to go after what is rightly ours in a business way is Mexico. AU of the border towns, though they may have sent Mexico and entertained prominent visiters from that country is the united States, are letting the matter of fact rterthersexi and easterners get ahead of us and get the basinets out of Mexico. That . business is going right past the border cities te Denver, Dallas, St Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, Baltimore. While the southwest cities have talked and made flowery speeches the larger cities, mere remote, have acted. They are coming back from Mexico with contracts. There are three reasons. They have gone after the busi ness, they have offered to buy as well as sell, and they have offered to lend mosey to develop the country. The border chamber of commerce should, begin getting Mexico while the getting is good. time a community gets all set ta make aVseg comes a sew kind ef a tax or a something. o ef us entered the United States with o No Dickering. legiebtuie will exercise caution at this it has never exercised before. Cob frosted with the necessity of making one dollar do the work of three, the old time methods of dickering common to all will net be allowed te prevail. Fnhoc will be put first and loeal eomrausity must wait. almost, believes he has a right to go to any other legislator aad say: "Look here Smith, I want sues and such a thtug for Fodaak. If you will vote wrth measure which you people of Bound ing jsiuows are iightrag tor such methods are often set M bad at they sound, for both mtasurea may have merit, Hew Hence legislators are going te look alter statewide interests first. State institutions should get at least their minimum seeds. The state eleemosynary institutions need aid. Se does the state university. But some of the more costly roaa Duuatng may save to wait. A well cared f er dirt road win often serve, satfl there's she raasey. Of course ade quate traek highways must be provided and properly main tained. Te keep down taxes asd yet keep up with the jute's increasing expenses will prove a job for the wisest soles. The assemblymen and senators are equal ft the task if they win put paSc interest faremttt. ever shave they wSl make it impassible then Js. the conic cartoons. We can all fill our stackiBga Christmas by merely pat ting them en. nunc ef. yotrng duirc. Iwa Blcker-starr. 14 Years Ago Today Prom The Herald of Tata Date. 198. THE BOYS dormitory at the state reformatory. Houston, was de stroyed by fire at midnight. All the boys were saved. The damage to dormitory aad hospital amount lo tso.ooo. Juliett Blanchard has been ap pointed postmaster at Tsleta- Countr judge Joseph C. Sweeiey. Kelly, aouaty traaaurei: police lodge A. a J. Eylar and Lou Vldal re turned from a bunt near Ahumads last night. Chris Aranda. jr.. returned from Stanton, Texas, where he has teen in school and will spend the holidays at Oencral passenger agent V. R. tils of the Southwestern, returned last night from a trip over the west ern division. Miss Eula Cobb leaves tonight for Cameron. Texas, where she will spead the holidays. . XUs Bdna Wallace will spend the holidays at her former horns In Aus tin. Texas. , atason Pollard is spending the holi days at home. He will return to Har vard school In Los AbbsIm the first of January. "so I qnit the stage to" this Job. To see. I wanted to bettaa asa-self." Harry First haa suit tktr4l. the brokerage business. The bird whistla In rim nmn , the Rial to Newark. Tuva !-' u dozen cats to the theater. Francis X." Con lan baa been en gaged for "Coo Coo Cottage." Tommy Houck. the Heboken Terror in "Little Old Kew York" naed to be a professional prise flshtar. aaauqe runs aad Mebert Ober, the latter of "Bast Is West,"- will be married next weak. Earl Carroll's maid. Cdem. eantaraa a boy In the Carroll buasslaw ea the root or ine uoorrey Building yester day. There will be a "Daddy Dump Una" Christmas tree at the Repub lic theater or Christmas !ve. Since "Rlteby Koe" opened here Raymond Hltchooek baa appeared at 14 benefits. Morgan Chaaer is to tassb the London Palace, gi-rls .f "Tip-Top" to ride horseback, using Wrod Stoaj's peates. A THOUGHT FOR TODAY. No wonder those robbers who in vaded a suite In a Jroadway hotel failed to get much. Tneir victims bad just come from the dining room. FOOLTSIIHPST. etephMt, down nt HIp. Stepped en the hands of Isaac I'lpp. "At last Ton have,'' sold Trailer Sands, "An ela-rtwat npon your bands," FROX THB CHKSTXOT' TRBK. "rvo got water on tba knee." "That's all right; but have you got anything on the htp" Prisoners Resume Wor To Gel Chrisimas Dinner Tacema, Wash., Dec. 22. A number of prisoners In ths el'y Jail who have been on a bread and water diet this month because of refusal to work on streets, have resumed pick and shovel duty and wars served thrse regular meals and given tobacco. w don't want to spend Christmas without a regular dinner and some smokes," the spokasmsn cold the Jailer. FRANCE! In War Time I LEAVES FROM AN OVERSEAS NOTEBOOK j Br H. D. SLATER. Thm "Ovarwaa Notabook" ooatalaa a varlaty of material gathered or tlw editor ot Tba Herald is TSvropa during the war aad art?. Ssoarpta will t pakU-riM ta tLts6Mms dally daring the next several months. Today's Instalment, continuing the general narrative, relates espartos on the Saint MUUel front after the more active pbaaes of the great battle of Sep tember, lilt. It la mtagotol that mssn clip tbeae artlelas eaca day and pasts them in serap aeoks; tbey will not be reprinted and back numbers cannot be frapp lied. ' LIGHT rain fell daring the day, 18 September 1918; it was generally quiet but there was some sholline; along the front. At night, considerable air activity especially in rear of us and on our right; soma heavy shelling, same vicinity. 19 September 1818 Heavy rain in evening. Considerable artillery activ ity along front all day. Enemy syste matically shells and bombs roads and towns and railroads is divisional area. The "strong points" and "orcaamed terrain" I have seen depart consider ably from the "normal" or "standard" forma taught in the schools; there is of course much merit la the American variations, so enemy cannot plan quite so accurately. Is changing trench war fare into a war of movement it is not enough to create artificial flanks by oaaims; ins irons use; ine attempt De- comes a disaster if it la not followed up swiftly and relentlessly. The "see saw" tactics have already developed out of necessity. Humors oi another big movement impending. The country here is still ery flowery anil lew signs oi autumn. The statue of the Virgin or Jeanne d'Arc bttll stands oa Ut. Jdousson. I should like to get a elbee-up of that I astonishing figure 6ome day. i cu sc-ptemoer mits aainea nara ail lent night and thia forenoon; cold, then clear aad bright and crisp; bad times for the men out front. Continuous ar tillery fire through night and morn ins from both aides and much air ac tivity; the German planes seem to come and go about as they please, by day or night; we know, however, that allied planes are doing things behind tna uermaa lines too. barman attempt at counter attack os part of our divi sional front frustrated. Fields and hjadgit aa flowery as ever, may stnusge flowers. fS September 1918 Sunday. Attack follows another attesnpt of aaemy to counter. Enemy lost heavily; he fell into trap deliberately set by our in fantry. Quiet day aanetally. Bright, followed by rain la lata afternoon. Shelling roads aad towns behind our lines by ths aaemy eoatinuos at ir regular intervale. Men are tempted to careless exposure and then comes the surprise. It is really all one bat tle; continuous, varying only in in tensity. Our men in advancing through the forests are getting back almost to fron tier Indian warfare methods. The rifle is proving itself all the time and seed for expert marksmanship and confi dence in the weapon never greater, even with all the automatic weapons. Old rule, the way to advance, and save yourself from getting shot is to pick off the one man who haa his eye on you; every departure from this is a compromise, involving dependence on countless uncertain factors. There is a whole story in the actual lirenirax; Dtnaoiu aacv dj our nw. The most terminable looking arm de veloped bv the war is the American trench knife, vet I am unable to learn of its ever being used in ooeabat tbfwagh I have aeard ot our men itgnung wru rocks, sticks, aad even fists. Bayeawt used little or net at all on this part of the front though it is well saoogh to master the weapon and haa eaa- fideaas in onels ability to defend one self; no bayonet wounds come thsvoaii the aospnaia. Attar all, tae human will is tae era weapon against which there M Be known defence: the will to advance and go through with it, the will to kill, the will to otereom and to-smaeh. When the Germans evaenate a tows they take only the able bodied vil lagers along but they tell the remainder that they will fill the town with gas and prilverir'". it with artillery fire. (Centiaued toenerrow.i TWENTY AUTO 0WNEH5 ARRESTED IN THREE DAY Twenty arrests tn three days by constable I. N. Davis and his deputies resulted from a drive on automobile owner 0 set oesnplyin- with state laws ragmraiiis license ana namoer piaMB en ears. The law requires the alate (hall be on the front ot toenobtle aad number plates i on both front ana rear so t Ires the Ueeass roe an hall be rear so thsy can be seen. Bxeept in clear cases of disregard of the law. Justice Clark Wright haa dismissed defendants with wamlaga. The drive will be continued. Mr. Davis says The Young Lady Across The Way THE yauac ldy across the way says she knows her dandelion wise is perfectly harmless as she made it her self and didn't nut a drop of alcohol in H. Is SCHOOL DAYS Western Women Want More Snap and Business Good Here T HE conservatisms of the east and the freedom of the west are wen reflected In the purchases made by the buyers of millinery bouses st the style shows opening the various seaaoas," said iL Peseasr of the White House- "The western womaa demands a hat with more spirit and originality than The conventional bonnet ot the easterner. Her hats are characterized by the striking and the unusnaL The successful milliner was studios the peyehelogy of bats, who eenablnea ths artistic with the commercial, will stock his house with lively hatahats wits color ano qaso. sue ram rmc- lag season ipoissita ths trend ot the times aad furnlsaes most of the aw modisls. The American designers quiet tbsm dAwra a. bit. nraeticalisa h and make suitable for mere occasions tnac tnc one ior wBea tney were originally intended." (Bedtime Stories For The little Onesf UNCLE WIGGH.Y'S CHBISTXAS STOCKING. By HOWARD SEATED in the parlor of Uncle Wig guy's hollow stump bungalow, two days before Christmas, wars Bama-de aad Sasle UttletalU the rab bit children; Johnnie and Blllie Bushytan. the squirrels and Loin, Altoe and Jbnale Wibblewobbla. the ducks. "Oa. UseJe WlesUrr begged Susie, "please read ua -a, Christmas story. It will make the Una ga faster tomor row Talftht, which is Christmas eve." "An -right," aajd the bunny gentle man. 8a he read the aaem, "Twaa the ll$Bt Before Christmas, and all tarssga tna house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse." The animal children listened with all their ears, Sammie and Susie being able ta listsn especially well for they bad such big ears, though their tails were short. And when that story was finished. Jlmmle. the lank, quacked: "Tall ua another, please. Uncle Wlgglly." " About a good boy aad a bad boy. added Lulu, who was a sort ot Tom boy duck herself. "AH right." agreed Uncle Wiggfly, so he read the story about ths twa boys, one good, the other bad, who hung their stockings near the chim ney with care, in hopes that St. Nich olas seoa would be there. -Ana wnat no you win a, ream tne bunny gentleman. WM. iatT" asked AHea. and all the lists-) lug animal children opened wide their eyes. "What. Uncle Wlg- giiyr- Tn the morning." answered the bunny gentleman, "the good boy's stocking wa Oiled with candy and nuts and everything Bice. But m the Christmas stocking of the bad boy wan only a heap of coal ashes and a wblpr "Ofel Oh! Ahl sadly sighed the animal ebttdrsa. "Did it really happen!" asked Su- WeH. It is the story," spoke Uncle Wlga-By. "Of course, none ef the ani mal boys whom we know would be as bad as to seed aahes aad a whip In hie Christmas stocking," and Mr. Longsars looked kindly at jlmmle, Johnnie aad BlUle. "Now road us another story, just about a good eat," quacked Lulu, and Uncle Wlgglly did. The animal children were very happy, thinking bow near Christmas was and tbey would have kept Uaele Wlggtly reading stories all ths rest of the after neon, bat Nurse Jane Fussy Wuxay, ths aloe muse-rat lady house keeper, eta bustUBg; in, her tail tied in a pink ribbon. "I am sorry ta have to stop this lit tle party," said Nurse Jane. "But Wlggy, dear, X need some things from the stare far our Christmas dinner. Run alaag. children." -Beoany. uaeie wigguyi starry Christmas'" called -sasnaua, Susie aad the ethars aa they pared out ot tne Rungs sow. Uaete Wlgglly put an hia red. white and blue atrlped rheumatism crutch, and, leaning on hia tall, silk hat. oft be started over the fields and through the weeds ta get same doedls-dads for rsurse jane. 1 son t xaow exactly what doodle-dads ars except that you put them la the plum pudding at Christmas. As Uncle "Wlgglly walked along he aaw, caught on aa eld stump, aa empty stocking. It was a pretty good stocking, too, with no holes in it. "Hello!" exclaimed the bunny rab bit gentleman. "Some one haa lost their Christmas stocking! Well, it is better to have lost it now. before Christmas, when there lan't anything in It, than to wait until It la filled, and then lose it I'll take tt with roe.' Uncle Wia-gily reached the store and bought the doodle-dada for N'urae Jann. and, on his way home with the IJan-n. and empty sti parsed a locking In his pocket, he a place where, the day before. Copyright. 1920. by McClure Newspaper Syndicate Compared To That Of Eastern Cities "Business oo editions ta Bl Paso are extremely good aa ejomaared to ths other 1 actions of the oonntry, tn fact, we cannot complain at aH," said Ed ward Dishart of tae Typewriter and Office apply sampany. "Of sourae, the Christmas season does not affect our particular line of business, but we tod that sales are picking up. One thing that I have noticed Is the la creased demand for the small type writer, wanted by parti ea who are going into aToTlcn. Judging from this I would any that baataeaa across the border la increasing." "El Paso's future growtli depends, to a large extant, on trade." said Rich ard y. Burgas. "While the possibili ties for growth along agricultural and manufacturing llaea are great, they are nominal com pared with trade possibilities. J5sra use sf oar nee moan to the heart at ataxies, wa hare the opportunity of becoming the empo rium far Mexican trade. We must K. AHI.. Curly and Floppy Twistytaii. the pig gie boys, had mads a bonfire. The fire wa out sew, only cold aahes be ing scattered ea a burned place in the snow. "Ha! Thm make me think of something." said Uncle Wlgglly, as ha saw ths ashes aad remembered the stocking la has pocket. "I will put some ashes In the steektaa. and stick a whip ia the tea. Than I eaa show It to the good aalasal eaUdrea so they will Iessw what sort of a Christmas preeeat the bad boy had. It will be a good little lessen for them not that they -really need It." said Uncle Wlgglly, "but It will serve to make them renumber always to be geed." 80 ths bunny filled the stocking with cold aahes, pettleg ta a few hard atones by way er good measure, and he waa Just looking for a whip, or switch, te stick la the top. when, all of a aaddea, out tkrangh the bushes popped the had old Buahy Black Bear. "Waff! Wnff-wuftr snuffled the Bear. "Once again I have caught you. Uncle Wiggily! This time you shall not get away aatU I nibble you." "Oh, please dent nibble me!" begged the bunny and he shook and tre-sabled so that the stones and aahes ia the Christmas stocking, which the bunny held behind hia back, clattered aad banged. "What's rhatr asked the Bear, sur prised like. "Oh, er a sort of Christmas stock- "Tell bs another, please, sUy." TCaele Wlg- inc.' fat ' answered the bunny, a bit bash- Xt m have It " growled the bad ' had a Christmas I Ba&r. MI haven't hi tocklnr this Mason, and X want onto! iet me nave it:" "All riffbt! Take It!" suddenly cried Uncle Wffily. Then he brought from behind his back the stock ins stuffed Sth hard aahes and stones and raising it turn in the air he banged it down on the bear's soft and tender nose. "There! Now you have yonr Christ mas present!" said the bunny. "How do you like itV "Ob. weocbt Oh. oach! Oh am ouch!" howled the bear. Tn clad Christmas -camea only once a vt-uir If It's like this!" Then ha held his paws 1 over his nose and ran away and Un cle Wigjfily took home the queer stocking: to show tba animal children what roicbt have happened to some bad bo. And if the candy mouse doeru't sit down on top of the drum and btlck fast so he can't dance with the juhid- Ing Jack. Ill tell you next about Ln- j cle nirjgrilye Christmas Copyright. 10:0, by Mc 'lure .Newapapor Sndi- cate Bv DWIG Dash To Their Hats not 1st our slowness put us behind ameb attles as Dallas and Ban Antonio. "We left Los Angalea laat ifay and walked to New York aad from there wa went to Flsrida and from Florid we earns to ID Paso," said Kiss Bev erly Barnard of San Fraarisco "Hies Lorraine Davis of Las Angeles is with nu. Ws first wont to San Francisco, than to Cheyenne, Wyo. The trip was well worth all that we have bad to undergo aad I would not have missed it ior aayuung.- as The latest thing la sainggtlng liquor into the United States is not ninlns it over ths lulai iiallnnsl lima." said Q. Alger. "It la said that smug' rlars of wblalrv frsaa bTavisn intfl Texas and Arisoaa Base, brnOC pips lines and pump ths forbeudau bever ages to the dry side with eeen-aarattvs ease, but these atorias are exagger ates, jl rnataset aeweusr, anas, at tal lowed is hollowing out logs aad fin ing them up with liquor aad shlpptng them into ths states as hambesv BITS OF BYPLAY By LUKE McLUKE Copyright, lit, by The Cincinnati Enquirer. i a marvel: ABKAJL stress man Is Oswald Braacs He's atrenjc eaoesb Te heM hia teBa-ae. PAW Willi e- KXOWS KVKRT-THIJfG. Paw, what ia meant by un- recuited affection? Paw That's when company, my aor. misery loves ATT A BOY! t leaf la Wall arrectV aaM Bill Beal. "Aad pn threw ae mere eeta svrayi 111 bay a bay press aad I'll deal la geed Ceaaelldated Hay." THEN XT HLV1'PK-IKTI I was Just wondering." mused the Cheerful Idiot. "What were you wondering!" aaked the Wise Guy. "Why, if yoa had owed a man ia fer tea years, I was wondering if yoa could say that yoa had aa old score te settle with him!" replied the Cheerful Idiot. Oeeft HeM rather bay beeae tfcaa bay bread. Tae peer meas'eeiaar vedt For. while be mover gees ahead. He always gets a bead. XKAK BHTOTKt "Every husband should have a jotaf id aaoui rlth his bank account wire,- anta Mrs. debts. "Joint I right" growled Mr. Osafe "Joint would mean that tbe huahaada would put the money ia the beak aad the wive would draw tt eat." OltlaAFI "Men arc se stabhet-al I hear wesaea No mar aa They'd rather arte a setsaeaed Tbaa drive a bard.bsaisd man. WBLU THAT'S NO JOKK. Luke McLuke say if a sham that collages do not teach folks when to talk rather than how to talk. Tbey do. Lnke they teach 'em that the time to talk is when the other fellow aHv 'en a chance. Wilmington j News-Journal. DANaaBt. J. R. has been making aome ob servations in bis home town. Dublin. Ga. And he Inform aa that when a rirl puta red on her cheeks and lipa she seems to forge" that red 1 a danger signal. noth-ss: Amen haa been Joseph appointed EL PASO DEDICATED TO THE SEKYICS Of THB LACK A CHAeVmON. AD THAT JBVIe H. D. 9 .. l. C. Wllawik te mmgx aad HEMBKH ASMICIATBO FRBW. AM aJiJCAl AFKS rVW WTKW AWOC1 ATIOV ASH ACP1T euyPIM-AO OF CTlHTPlaATlOII. THS ASSbCiATKD PKX88 Is eaelvMvty eatttted t the we for ablicatoa e aU news jtt-TTet"1hi' credited to It ev set eteMrwi eredltd ta this paper aad alse the lee newt publish- serein, AN rVDiaP-SNDBNT DAILY NSWSJVPSatwra SI Pat Bereid ai tktsl.ist.ed Uarcb. 1U1. Tbe 1 Pmo Hrl taelnaetr, -eIoo ey ebMrptioB end suceh.it. Tb ily new, xne Tesi-pn, torn itinnin, ine xriBaov. tb urapnte. in su i The Adv.rtnujr, The Ind.peodeot. The TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Daily Herald n Arxena, New Mexico. Texaa aad OH V-xico. per mi-nth. l. per year, .10 ,9. In all other states, par moot, H-St; pe tear S1a Wednesday mod Wek-End taeuea will be savilad for Se (ft eetBid" aviuiheati pr r' wK-Eod editloDa only. pr yuvz. it tW etitalde aeetbweft thirtt-NINTU TEAR OF PUBLICATION Superior exclusive tea turn end nwa report by a-mxw1 Prras Leafed Wire and Spelal Correapoti Uif Anirnt New Mxir. V e-t Txa-s, Mexico, Waahfnjr'on, D. C-. "d bnt-rrcd at tht- P-nofflca m Kl rao Tcxaa a aeeond clea tnA(tr Short Snatches From Everywhere New order for Ellis Island: Th hall not pass. Buffalo Express. Many a shabby coat cowers an ho: est quart. Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch We suggest that the anti-Sa'c-.n league be awarded the mandate Try d Annra naio. Johnstown (Pa.) Dem ocrat. The essential difference betwe. r. death aad paying taxes Is that a mar knows he ean finish dying. -Colum!:.-(8. C) Record. Oae difference between a rallroail conductor and a column conductor u that the former always haa a punch New Tork MalL A Boston dog autoist wear horn rimmed spectacles: if only some or.A hod thought first of trying them or the doer. Philadelphia North Amen can. Prohibition ia making a aturdy race of the American people. They can now stand up under drink that wou.o have been fatal a year ago. St. Jo seph News-Press. A cargo of five thousand cases : champagne haa started from France toAnseriea -for medicinal purpos-s J?P doesn't that make you sick" Not only I. it awfully hard for an ordinary chap to look as wall in h-. "alon suit as the fellow in the arf Tt'nt koke ia hia, but It alse isn't necessary. Kansas City Star. A Chicago school teacher was re-f?Jj.,he-lrd. ' say. -1 used to wouldn't eat carrots." What eh 2il of coor"' T" at aha eats eScity Star. bUt ""'--E.n- chaplain of the Springfield branch of the club. 'Mass Fl.VE-KKATHgRS. Will Fine and Nellie Feathers vr married in Flataam. Ky.. laat week SOCIAUaTg. He baa am km for meMte. asd He betas It at te seerai Bat be ean eat-teet any bead Wbea btewras; hie sera bera. Lake McLoke He caaaet slag a stegle aete, I -HMak ef Oswald Basses. set Tea eaa bet your life that be alas his evne aweet pemlaes. Hasting (Neb.) Tribune. She Is ae painter, gooaaet-s knows, AU art te her ts Sreefct Trt afce eaa paint a daneass; reae Tpea her selUd eirek. Newark Advocate. THS! nfllfPTT SCOTCH. Aa Irishman tell n a tory about a Scotch friend of his who quit smok ing. When asked why he quit he replied: . "WeD. smokin' is no such a pleas ure. If ye smoke yer ain tobacco, n oasts too mach. An' if ye smckc antther man's tobacco ye hae tae ram yer pipe aae tight it"H no draw.' WRIGHT- HUH. Charles Wright and Beilah Shu were married in Indianapolis las week. NONB OP YKR BOS IK ESS. Tula Is a eaeer Deeeeaber. Say! The days are warm asd tmhr. The weather anils tbe a-liia, fer thej Deat wear mseb andean ear. Luke McLuke. AH right, XVake. Pll tit' yosr word. aiaee yea say tta se; Bet ts It oetbtatg yea have bare-. Or r fatly do 7en kraowf Warren 'Ohio) Tribune. OUR BAI7LT SPJSCTAL. Sense Is Mighty Uncn.cn - IITKE XeLTKE SATS There Is no fonl like the noor feo' who that he understands If a saaa bad the sift ef Seeead Sight he wo old hardly ten Is lore at First Sight. It may seem neradoxicai. But one ta a walls yon will see a girl who loons aoad, but who isn't good look- hTsatausd can tell you that it is aa t-rsuMe for a wife te find fault where It isn't. Who started the Idea that bome'y women have more sen than pretty women? We have never found it t:-i -.: way. way tar it tnat aaea jrrteas Wife saves yea a seeee ef her Bated tt is alvravs a Cress Section T Anyway, the aae at the bottom of the Uadder aa the eaaasolatlen ef knoieHag that he haaat far to fail. AsfTsitoeiy la aa Interesting science. But staoe Hesse Brewlag became a tees sport. casmtatry Keeps a man as later tats Astronomy. Tea stay have aotteed that It la the felte-iv who beset aar salaurte te pay vrho is la favor ef raising them. Aa leag aa a man can't remember the eolor of a girl's eyes he is safe. ABE MARTIN "TUSK'S 3. whs-k ht e' people ia fair 1 (euatry that aat care whether a sp seen r as son as long as it ta isaa-sr. TV wife that usee t drive hec hwhaad f drmk saw leads him ta it. Copjiiabt. NsMseal Nseapaim- Ser-nea. HERALD THAT nCACM MUll 8Md-XL WOT THWVK CXOPFQiUajD. .. . - -. . DsJ tmt M yean. L A. e winiita. ednee JoormeJ. The Republleaa. The BatleUa.