El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Tuesday, November 5, 1918 Page: 2 of 10
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BOARD i. 01
Draft Calls Deferred On
Account' of Influenza Epi-
demic Being Filled.
Dies In Battle
Son of Former President of
Socorro Mines School
Killed in Service.
- who will respond to their conn- First Lieut. Alexander Hives Sea
rail from draft board No. 1 with 1 nton 138th Infantry was killed in the
and names of camps to which
mil go are as follows the board
I j.(lay. Vnv. 15 Clarence Bronson
ham. 97 2 Madura street pursuant
i all for rrgroes w ho had a grain -.
r school fducatlon or Its equivalent
- rrairie Vcw normal Prarie View
To ramp M ib-r for general military
f-ce Donald Leanard Kellaro 2517
To Fort OtKkct. Oalveston for een-
v a ! m i . i 1 1 r r Fe rv I ee La wren re K
anman. 922 Olive street: OHie Ernest
lsr-.r 294 AJrnieda avenue.
Nor ii To ramp Travis for sren-
r I niilitarv rrice:
I'-miI WiHard Price. 4001 Alameda
ra-r-la. 707 Park street.
. ; W .il'T Swanson 100 Maffof-
rr 11 iRr- ai. 2S19 Memphis street.
r:imer H.irey Lancaster JStO Fru-
'inor Tarpon. 1717 Dakota street
Per Fill. no
-jz MU'1''! 729 Tays street.
. oi ge i 'urrj. Gaj Je. 1311 Myrtle
r.!n in tfattrman ElkJn San An-
' iTio. Tex.
K neat Van Pjke 1326 Magoffin
i ;rs G'.to. "n30 Cypress street.
' Hoik" ' i:.mUaIl 3229 East San
Texas Flyer Helps to
Best 7 Hun Machines
TVith American Army in Prance
Ifov. C (Associated Press). An
American patrol Friday encoun-
tered seven German machines in
the region northwest of Verdun.
There were two brief battles. In
which Lieuts. Howard Smith of
Hudson Falls X. Y and Richard
Aid worth of San Antonio Texar.
each brought down an airplane.
The other German machines escaped.
battle of Argonne Sept. 29 his pa- r 77 r-.
rents. Mr. and Mrs. MT. IL Seamon. LlCllL hrVQtJ UieS
Wright apartments were notmea to- .
The father of Lieut. Searaon was.
formerly president of the School of
Mines at Socorro X. while his
uncle Frank Seamoju Is now head of
the department of chemistry at the
El Paso School of Mines.
Lieut. Searaoa was Zi years old.
- imlH 1
I a -
'H e abov
- -n .1 on r.
- ' f 'om t
Will Accept Even
Germans For New
Tnas draft registrants of the Sep-
tember 12 registration desiring ap-
pointments to the forthcoming offi-
cers' training school at Camp Free-
niotit. CaL. must apply before Novem-
ber 26. CoL E. G. Elliott examiner.
I Room 401 court house reported today.
1 Kedstrants of earlier dates must ap-
rarpenter. General De- 1 pl not later than November 14 Lieut.
The examiner said the Texas quota
of 650 for Camp Freemont had been
changed so that figure will be the
minimum instead of the maximum
which is now unlimited. Even aliens
including Germans will be accepted
CoL Elliott said that while ho can
accept only Texan s for the Camp
Freemont school there are openings
elsewhere for residents of other
states. He suggested that those In-
terested confer with him.
The training school will open about
l'ecemoer 1 and will continue three
months the colonel was informed.
"Registrants should not be caused
to lose interest on account of peace
taiK" saia 00 i. iiiiott. mere win
be opportunities even If peace is de-
clared at once."
. 1 Socket Itoxbary.
.i-e for the calls first Is-
1 and later counter-
c of influenza. Other
e ;nw registration were
. r this week.
For Floor Varnish noor "War Call
1 a u tier Lumber Co. Adv.
1 nore reservations for the win--v
i-iade at Hotel Laachlin yes-
Si 1 TT. Franklin. Phone 2482.
lalipar. A V ami sr. ror every
Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
i rants i
Tr. Hider wishes to Inform the pub
lic tnat it nas been impose 1 01 e to sup
ply the wholesale druggists with
Eucalyptus Tablets. There has been
an enormous demand for our Eucalyp
tus Oil Compound and tablets. We
are over three thousand bottles of
Oil Compound behind in our out ofi
town orders and over a week behind
. :n our Tablet orders Many of the
j druggists have already run out of the
Tablets and are howling for them for
1 that the druggists will lie supplied;
1 oy lnursday or 1-Tiday.
ir. u. Haggard lllder. Aor.
I "U"hcn Ilabr In Teethlnc
Or.OVITS BABT BOWEL MBDICINK
will correct the Stomach and Bowel
troubles. Perfectly harmless. See
directions on the bottle. Adv.
We are not plumber bat we can
fix your pumps. Al kinds of shoe re-
pairing for men. women and children.
The Jtokahr Boot A Shot- Shop 311
317 and 319 Texas St. Adv.
At Price to Suit Every Parse.
Worsteds Cheviots and Cassi-
meres. J3.00 Pants at $2.00
$3.50 Pants at $20
$400 Pantvat $3.00
: $6.00 Pants at $5.00
$7.00 Serge Pants at $6.00
$400 Bine Pants at $3.00
Walk a block and save the
The Berg Co.
304 E. Overland St.
BREAKS A COLD
RS. SIAtL' .rt-AY FAGEf. accom
panied by Miss Katherlne Sinks
spent a few hours in El Paso Monday
afternoon en route from San Dlegro to
Dallas where they are going; on the
painful mission of attending the
funeral of Mrs. login's only son.
In Good Health
Army Order Will Keep
Soldiers From Places
From and after November S sol
diers under the El Paso district com
mander will tte prevented by provost
guards from entering any eating1 or
drinking place or barber shop which
does not have a certificate from the
board of health showing' that the em-
ployes are free from communicable
disease and are periodically examined
therefor. Orders to this effect were
Issued by Gen. J. J. Ilornbrook dis-
trict commander. Monday afternoon.
.Not Action of City.
Mayor Charles Davis today reiter-
ated the statement that the city has
nothing to do with the regulations
except insofar as health department
inspectors assist Lieut Iavery. "Wc
have passed no regulations in the
matter" said the mayor "and I want
it understood that whenever tne city
council enacts an ordinance of new
rules action is taken openly and ev-
eryone is informed."
The order issued by Gen. Hornbrook
Order Affects Soldiers.
"For the purpose of reducing the
chances of contact with communi-
cable disease on and after November
S 191S officers and soldiers of this
command are forbidden to patronize
any place where food or drink is sold
or any barber shop in the city of El
Paso Texas that does not display a
certificate from the board of health
showing that the proprietors em-
ployes and all others who work there-
in are periodically examined for com-
municable disease. The military po
lice are instructed to enforce the re-
quirements of this order."
The order is dated November 4. 1918.
Now Laws In Matter.
The status of the matter now it
was pointed out. Is that no laws or
LAY 001 IMS
Kaiser Must Apply to Gen.
Foch For His Terms
(Continued from pace 1.)
Ueut. Ervay Bronaugh Ervay who
died last Friday in Washington of ordinances exist to force civilians to
dose of Tape's
First Nafl BUg.
Don't stay stnffed-up!
Qait blowing and snaffling! A dose
or -rape's Cold Compound" taken
every iwo noura until three doses are
taken will end grippe misery and
break up a severe cold either In the
head chest body or limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos-
trils and air passages; stops nasty
oicaarga or nose running; relieves
sick headache dullness feverishness.
sore throat -sneezing soreness and
i'apes Cold Compound" is the
quickest surest relief known and
cuais oaiy a. lew cents at drug stores.
x. acis wunout assistance tastes nice.
ana causes no Inconvenience. Don't
ti-ec-jji a EUOSUCUie.AdV.
Get Rid of That
If you are subfeet tn
ia-h o al. a ciitAYi Ju may aid you in
oiunjjuig me cousn. in aaaulon. It is
a valuable tonic arid health-builder in
such cases. No alcohol narcotic or
habit-forming drugs. Twenty years
SOc and $1 JO Kottles at all druggists
or from manufacturer postpaid.
ECKMAY T.iTinPiTnnv tv..i j.. !
' Phia. Adv.
Morejrmanenr Walls & Ceilings
Young Ervay had only been 111 a
few days death being rather sudden
and following immediately upon the
disease developing into pneumonia.
As CoL Henry Schley Ervay. grand-
father lof the young officer. Is buried
in Dallas and Mrsi Henry Schley
Ervay is there now at the former
family home on a visit it was decided
to bring the body to Dallas for inter-
ment. Miss Sinks was the fiancee of the
young qfflcer and they were to have
been married at the conclusion of the
war. He was in Washington on
special duty at the time he was taken
til ana nad tne promise that as soon
as he had completed this duty he
would he sent to France.
Toung Ervay was an officer In the
regular army having taken the exam
inatlon for a commission prior to the
declaration of war on Germany. He;
later took the course at the army
scnooi at Fort xeaven worth.
As a lad. the vounir man resided In
El Paso and attended school here but
moved to San Diego with his mother
nd his grandparents. CoL and Mrs.
it s. Ervay. and uncle. Hal Ervay.
several years ago. When' the family:
resided here. Mrs. Kagin was Quite
prominent in club affairs and CoL and
Mrs. Ervay were well known and had
many friends. Hal Ervay. the uncle.
was in the engineering department of
me is. i. & s. w. railway ana super
vised the construction of the South
western office building and much of
the Eonita pipe line system. CoL
Ervay who died a few years after the
family moved to San Diego was
prominently known throughout the
south during his life time. Dallas
was the family home before they came
to El Paso.
The young officer was adopted some
years ago by his grandparents when
he assumed the family name of Ervay.
During their ston in El Paso Mon
day Mrs. Fa gin and Miss Sinks were
guests or Mrs. Fred Elliott.
submit to tho examination and that
no city penal ordinances exist if they
do not submit; but a boycott will be
raaltained by the army against all
d laces the em ti loves of which have
not been examined and found free of
Cooperative Sprit Shown.
"Here is the list of our employes.
said a manufacturer of food products
as he handed a paper in to the city
health office this morning and asked:
"Do I have to be examined too of-
ficer this morning?" "res replied
Dr. A- B. Warrener. "That is all
right." added the manufacturer; "I am
certain our employes are all right In
point of health and freedom from
communicable diseases but if any of
them prove not to be I certainly want
to know it and so as to get rid of
As the manufacturer went out Dr.
Warrener said: That is the spirit
shewn by the employers notified of the
military requirements regarding ex-
aminations of all persons working in
barber shops and where food and
drinks etc. are served to the public.
The only 'kick' so far has been that
referred to in the press and about
three-fifths of the employers have
handed in their lists."
Mr. Clark Insistent.
"I will ask the military authorities
to put one or more provost guards at
the entrance. to my place. said Mrs.
Margaret Clark proprietor of Mrs.
Clark s Cafeteria "for I can get along
without the business of military men
and will be glad to do so rather than
have the women in my employment
comply with the orders of the city
INDUCTED METAL MINERS TO
GET INDEFINITE FURLOUGHS?
SATURDAY IS PROCLAIMED
TO BE GAS-MASK DAY
Austin. Tex- Not. S. Ror TV. T
Hobby has issued a proclamation des-
ignating Saturday. Nov. 9 as gas
mask day on which day he urges
upon ine people ot Texas to use ev-
ery endeavor to gather for the use
of the government all peach pits or
seeas. pium pits apricot pits date
seeds olive pits hickory nuts but-
ternuts or the shell of these nuts and
deliver same to the Red Cross chap-
ters in their respective preclnets. The
carbon obtained from these seeds is
to be used in making gas masks for
FLOWERS STREWN ON GRAVES
OF U. S. DEAD NEAR PARIS
Paris. France a'ov. S. A touching
ceremony. In memory of the fallen
soldiers of the American army took
place Monday afternoon at the Amer-
ican cemetery at Suresnes. seven
miles northwest of Paris. The cor-
tege was composed of many Ameri-
can soldiers and officers. V CL A
and Knights of Columbus workers
the mayor of the civilian inhabitants
of the locality. Graves of American
soldiers were covered with flowers
and flags during the afternoon.
i VOTING AT FORT BLISS
from the state of Pennsylvania who
arrived Sunday night was supervls-
San Francisco. Calif Nov. i. Metal
miners Inducted Into military service
but who formerly were en era red in
work tending to aid the nation's wart latlon.
plans may be given indefinite fur-1 cease. Germany cannot refrain from
loogns it was announced oy isowara serial attacks on allied territory out'
ITIfriritk. A Can TmntBA .nnnlMtuI1 .M. - .
- ojiiuh. aiu vl mo zone oi operations.
part of the bleb sea fleet and the
occupation of land defences that
p rot ret German naml banes alio
So far as the German army is con-
cerned it roust go back into Germany
probably without the whole vast
mechanism of war which it carried
Into France and Belgium. All the
big guns tanks and aircraft under
the Austrian precedent would be con-
centrated and left under direct con-
trol of the allied and American
3Iny lie Some Variation.
It was pointed out. however that
since Germany is the last of the cen-
tral powers when she surrenders
there will be no need to provide for
the emolovment of her military equip
ment by marshal Foch. There will be
no one left against whom to turn the
guns. The terms for Germany there-
fore nrobablv will show that varia
tion from the Austrian conditions.
Attention already is being given
here to the next phase after Germany
ceases fighting. Officials have not
lost sight of the fact that armistices
are only stepping stones to tne per-
manent settlement of all the issues of 1
the war. Political questions bounda- 1
ries even commercial rights and priv-
ileges all remain to be defined. ;
Both la tne United Mates and in j
the allied countries it la n!d the j
necessity Is recocnlrrd of vetting
In motion the wheels of peace
time Industry at the earliest posal- j
blr moment. In order to afford em- j
ployment to the millions of dU- !
r harped soldiers. Tills Is expected I
to hasten the peace conferences
once the Germans surrender. j
It Is recalled that whereas the arm- j
Isfioe or protocol which stopped the j
Spanish-American war was signed on i
August ir 1898. It provided in its
terms for a meeting of the peace
plenipotentiaries in Paris before Oc-1
tober 1 following. The purpose was)
to assemble the conferees at the earll- r
est practical moment-
Short Time May Elapse.
Probably the same purpose will
govern in the .present instance allow-
ing only sufficient time to elapse to
carry out the conditions looking to
the demobilization of the central pow-
ers armies; assembly and control of
military supplies and establishments
The entente allien and Ameri-
cans expect to cro Into the con
ference only after they have ;
reached a perfect understanding I
among themselves. They will lay '
down these terms and while they
mar choose to permit the latter
to make arguments and "pleas in
abatement the result In the end t
most be what the victors choose to '
make It. I
Deprived of any power of resistance
it is pointed out tne Teutons win oe
obliged to submit even though they
might refuse to sign treaties in which
rase military occupation of their coun-
tries by the allies might continue In-
definitely. Huns Protest They Have
Ordered Stopping Of Air
Raids; Say Allies Haven't
Washington D. C Nov. 5. The
German government Monday notified
the United States that since Oct. 1
its air forces had been under orders
to make no bomb attacks against
open towns and only against military
The note delivered through the
Swiss legation protests that air
raids have been carried out recently
against seven German towns with
loss of life among the civilian popu-
and tnat unless such rales
Have You Heard The
New Victor Records?
There are three big hits on the new Victor list for November thai
nearly everyone is buying They are: "Smiles "'sung by Lambert
Murphy; "Hindustan" (Fox-Trot) played by Joseph C. Smith's
Orchestra and "Oui Oui Marie" (Wee Wee Marie) sung by
You'll enjoy hearing these extremely popular records and we'll
gladly play them for you We believe you will lie our record
service al any rale we'll try to make your record selecting job
a pleasant one for you.
"El Paso Home Of The Vicitola"
215 Texas St.
Select Your Christmas Victrola Now!
P0 L TV 1
by tho federal bureau of mines to
nass on aDDllcations for such fur
loughs. Men engaged in production of
metals and ferro-alloy minerals are
enuuea to class two ciassi neat ion Mr.
Advisers have been named to confer
with metal producers rejrardinr ex
emptlon of their employers In all the
"Western state adrtsers Include:
Arizona Dr. L. D. Rlcketts. "Warren
Colorado Fred Carroll Denver.
ALLIES DRIVING GERMAN
FORCES OUT OF FRANCE
(Continued from page 1.)
enemy's areas of maneuver squeez-
ing him against the Ardennes hills
from the west and robbing him of
mobility In a fashion which seems
likely to prove disastrous to him be-
LAS CRUCES HOY KILLED.
Las Graces.-N. M.. Nov. S. Word
was received here last nlcht by Mr.
and Mrs. "W. O. Ackerman announcing
that their son Harvey Ackerman had
been killed In France. He left here
last summer for the service of his
country. He was killed SeDtember 20.
His mother has been confined to her
hed for several weeks and Is very 111
at the present time. Harvey would
nave oeen zj years old today.
nnrii tn!I. i
have the job to do again. You'll stop
satisfaction. Let's u3e over this home-buil(ns voters-
proponaoQ if ton i
Yon r.n tine wall .nd ee3ioH Ami mtm ltut u
pn .th .woodwork Midh.rdwood Boon that state at Fort Bliss and la the
Inrtcad of uimr pl!er tht mrynibrr crcl nd vicinity of El Paso Tuesdav
.SWnJJT-VnSrSJ u 13 estimated that there will be
TOeD .id fc.Te.ncn ..mfrrto. lo WtfU svln TV" 5'
ft mar rui oe sa enaiess source oj t
new i ui xv uum ana v est
Virginia men were "voting but esti
mates were not available.
Rheinheimer Lumber Co.
Piedras Alameda and Myrtle Sts.
The Old Reliable
'Move So Fast Can't
Keep Cosy BillelJ
Writes W. M. Cole
"The only thine that gets my goat
is that we move so fast and often I
can't keep a good cosy billet when
i una one" writes w. SI. Cole an El
Pasoan attached to Mai. T. J. MeCam-
i ant's original field hospital regiment
141. in a letter to Miss Mary Sted-
mond of the city engineer's office.
Young Cole has been in France for
1 three months and has participated in
.i ram on a uerman machine cun
nest from which he emerged with a
Boche helmet as a prlie. He sent this
helmet to Miss Stedmond who re-
marked: "My. but that is a heavy
thing to wear on one's head ij
snouid tnlnK a man would get
$3000 HE SAYS
Gained 25 pounds taking
Tanlac and his troubles
From Dr. M. C Cheek a well known
optician who resides on TV n l
out of Hawkinsvllle. Georgia comes
100 lotiowing remarKanie statement
regarding the extraordinary powers
of Tanlac. Dr. Cheek who has prac-
ticed his profession in Hawkinsvllle
and vicinity for years declares he
spent three thousand dollars trying
to get relief and It was Just like
money thrown away as he didn't im-
prove. Writing to EH W. Goode. the pro-
gressive Hawkinsvllle druggist. Dr.
"I spent over three thousand dol-
lars trying to set rid of stomach
trouble. I had the best tr.Atm.nt. I
headache from it. Evidently those' could find In this state and was even
Germans have thick skulls.
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Used successfully over century.
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ELEVEN INDICTMENTS ARE
FOUND IN STATE COURT
The grand lunr In the 34th district
court after Its first day's grind re-
turned 11 Indictments five of which
were made public Tuesday as follows:
Pascual Rodriguez and Pablo Mo-
reno burglary; Reyes Ramirez theft
over o: jack iloran. burglary; Man-
uel Ochoa. alleged burglary: Pablo
; Muro bringing liquor into ten mile
zone. Bond in each case was fixed at
The Jury adjourned after Its first
day's work to reconvene Wednesday
treated by a soeclallst fn rrhiracn.
without relief. I lost weight and went
down hill until I only weighed one
hundred and seven Dounds.
"I began taking Tanlac on the first
oi January ana took four bottles. 1
gained 25 pounds and now weigh one
hundred and thirty-two and my
iruuuies ihta gone.
Statements ot this kind coming
from well known people and pub-
lished right In the community where
each and every fact can be Investi-
gated and verified leave nothing to
bo desired in establishing the merit
ot the widely talked of medicine. Tan-
lac. Tanlac Is sold In El Paso by Kelly
& Pollard Drug Co Inc and People's
drug store. Adv.
This was the first notice received
by the American government that
such orders had been issued to the
German air forces which have con
stantly raided defenceless cities and
towns in France. Great Britain and
Italy since the war began. The state
department made public the German
note without comment. The note
"In assuming this the German peo
ple find themselves disappointed. A
short time ago. the enemy made bomb
attacks on the German towns of
Wetvlar. Kakserslautern Mannheim.
I.udwlgshafen Frledburg. Forbach
and Wetsbaden claiming numerous
victims among the civilian pooula
tlon. Nor has occupied territory been
spared. It Is evident that Germany
can retrain rrom aerial attack on
enemy territory behind the area of
operations only If on their side the
enemy from now on will reciprocate
ana aiso Terrain rrom mating aerial
attacks outside the area of operations.
"In the expectation that the In
tention shared by the other side to
rurtner numanity and preserve lm
portant objects of culture will meet
with the understanding of the op
ponents tne irerman government pro-
poses to the governments of the other
Belligerent countries that corre
sponding instructions be Issued with
out delay to their aerial forces in-
forming it of the measures taken."
Allies Itnld lionn.
Amsterdam Holland Nov. S. An
official telegram from Cologne says
that 27 persons were killed and ii
injured in an allied aerial attack on
Bonn. It miles southeast of Cologne.
IMPERIAL PALACES TO BE
CONVERTED INTO HOSPITALS
London Eng.. Not. 5. Emperor
William has ordered that 60 imperial
palaces. Including the famous palace
of Sans Sonci be converted Into hos
pitals and recreation homes for In
vallds. according ta a. Conenharen
dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
CZECHOSLOVAKIA HAS A
DELEGATE AT VERSAILLES
Paris. France. Xov. S. The govern
ment of the new nation of Czecho-
slovakia is represented in the inter-
allied conference at Versailles. The
representative Is Mr. Cenes.
TRICE 3I.VY "OT HE SO
JiCAU AS SOME THINK'
Paris. France. Nov. 5. (Associated
Press). Premier Clemenceau declared
In the chamber of deputies today that
peace might not be so near as some
The premier said however that he
could assure the house that "the fate
of the peoples was henceforth fixed."
DODSON DENIES CHARGE OF
'SWINDLING ON BIG SCALE'
Chicago. Ill Nov. 5. S. H. Dodson.
of Chicago who was arrested In Tulsa.
Okla charged with representing him-
self as an agent of the department of
the Interior denied the charge of
swinanng on a large scale." carried
In dispatches of Oct. St. as the indict-
ment concerned sales to only two men.
The records here show that the
statement in the dispatches of Oct.
-4 that Mr. Dodson had been under
federal Indictment since 1915. were in
Mr. Dodson asserted that the first
time he had evr hMnl th. t!tl rini
Jar Bill" Dodson was when It appeared
i uia newspapers.
TO IE PUNISHED
Allies to Demand Names of
Those Who Mistreated
Prisoners of War.
London Bug Nor 5. (Via Mon
treal.) The names of all enemy corps
commanders or other persons who
aro known to have been guilty of. or
have encouraged cruelty to war pris-
oners will be Included in the list of
person whose trial and punishment
will be demanded by the allies sir
George Cave the British hon.e secre
tary announced today.
'Will IHnlxh. Othera.
Persons who have acauiesced In ac
tual cruelty by subordinates are like-
wise to be Included.
It was considered inadvisable at
present to state the names of the
persons In the district sir George said.
The French government the home
secretary added had been requested
to cause all possible steps to be taken
to bring to account the commander of
the camp at Phllippolls. Bulgaria who
was notorious for his 111 treatment of
British prisoners. I
Favoring More War Is
Held In Berlin Street
Mother! Look at his Tongue!
Give Him a Cascaret Quick 1
Won't eat? Don't scold! See if tongue is white
breath feverish stomach sour.
London. Eng. Nov. 5. A demon
stration was held before the Bismarck
monument In Berlin on Sunday in
favor of continuing the war and a
resolution was passed protesting
TO MOTHERS! Nothing else "works" the nasty Me. the soui
aun'peai!!. rdta? to I co?- fernentab"oi" and constipation poison so gently but so thoroughly
hagen dispatch to the Exchange Teie- from the little stomach liver and bowels like harmless Cascarets
graph company quoting the Tage- iin:t- -i:tj. . . . . ...
Matt of Berlin. i WnHe children usually fight against laxatives and cathartics they
gtaaiy eat a candy Cascaret.
Argentina Puts Guard
Cascarets never gripe the boweis.
Pl"ll ittn -rf- Krt V ftf PacMfafe nntinp UraAm.
yp-v TT S CI " .w4it. wva n wuum vuiiuuiu uiiuuiu iVl
KJn 1 nree Vjerman Omps dose for children aned one year old and uowards.
Buenos Aires. Argentina. Nov. S. !
PiASnl SEND NEARLY 100 MORE
shins interned at Bahla Blanca.
The vessels are the Sevllla Verde-
uiz ana t'atagonia.
Everything for your OUIIdlng. lender
Lnnntr C4h Adr.
Girls! Make beauty lotion
at home for few cents
SoUeexa the In!- nf twn lmfin
Into a bottle contslnfnir three Aunres
of Orchard White shake well and
yon have a quarter pint of the best
bleachlne and Kkln whftenlnir lntlnn
and complexion beautlfler at very.
ivy small cost.
Tour grocer has the lemAn Hnrl
any drug store or toilet counter will
supply three ounces of Orchard White
for a few cents. Massage this sweet-
ly fragrant lotion Into the face. neck
arms end hands each itnv and a hnw
tan redness sallowness. sunburn and
windburn disappear and how clear
soft and rosy-white the skin becomes.
Tes' It is harmless. Adv.
MEN FOR NASHVILLE WORK
W. It. Brooks examiner tn charge
use uauea states employment serv-
ice here said today his office expects
to ship Wednesday at s n
ers and carpenters with tools to the
Dupont powder works at NaahvUle.
Staurday be expects to ship it more.
mi men who wisn to go to this muni-
tion plant were requested to be at the
employment office in the city hall at
: p. m. Wednesday. Those who wish
to go on Saturday were asked to be
at the office that day. Common labor
ers are solicited from any who are
uuempioyea ana irom unessentlol oc
KILLS A TEN IOI.T SEER
IX GllADALCrU MOUNTAINS
Marley Earnest of the lower valley
killed a ten point deer during a re-
cent hunt In the Gnadalnn nwwn.
tains. The animal which la a beanti.
Banal tiea by nz'ag Dr. Bell's Pint-Tar-Honey
Thousands recommend it Tr. Be: t
Plne-Tar-Ileaey Isn't an expertmer
but a coaga and cold remedy that has
steadily grown popular because It s
For lingering colds or conght cr
fresh attacks Its balsamic and hea -ins
antiseptics are sure to be benef -etaL
It brings speedy relief frc-a
phlegm - congestion. inflamman -
tickling bronchial tntu.. r-
urn bieaaor ifievwns Kott nnf. k....u .
chased the head for Sis ud ii .nH ' r".V" 5?" a -Tn .W-T
it to her father.
a banker of Phi!a-
sells !t. :0c. V aid S! ; Ao
BO FIXED IN CITY COLHT.
In tho corooratlon court Unn.w af
ternoon SO cases were disposed of the
reitUlt Of SutMtev'M munritin Kv .hi
police and detectives. Eight men
who. it was allesred. had h...n
drunk on soda water spiked with ul-
cohoL were fined StO each. Nearlv a:'
the other esses were vagrancy ctiaVgr-
and were disposed of in a short lime
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