El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 33RD YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, August 4, 1913 Page: 9 of 12
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t. nit y mum
wofu picrrRr or wim
r-orltirsl mm Havana I4 Lax
1 wit at Clew eh red feraare
Th flral of the union outdoor ser.
vlre to he held III risv eland Square
.very Monday night daring tba month
place laat evening. Ree Parry J.
tha Flrat Christian
A large rholr lad
-the singing Mr.
I V ice spoke on
( Win a inw-
ilan." from t k
text Acta ll:M. Ha
Iwld In part:
llv ourpose to
night Is to speak
In a vary practl-
eaJ way of aoma
of tha practical re-
qulrementa of tha
I am not to speak
of 1 1 a doctrines.
Moat people know
vary littla about
I the doctrlnea cf
religion and earala-
"I am going to apeak In tha flrat
person bersuse I want to make It all
Juat m Intanaaly paraonaj aa 1 fan. I
an Bay what I would do batter than
I oan nay what you ahould do and yet
It manna the aame.
Firm- If I were a Chrlatlan I would
try t- be clean. Tbere la a familiar
saylnx which rune: -Clesnllness la neat
to Ocdline.' If I were a Chrlatlan I
would wash my handa and face and
feet and body aa of ten aa they need tt
and I had the opportunity. I would
not etxln my llpa with liquor nor with
a filthy weed nor with vulgar or pro.
fane language. I would keep my mind
clean I would not be an aaoetlo and
I will not Indulge In questionable
pfMNIoaa even though popular. I would
apply thla principle In n-.y dross. In my
conversation. In my recreation aiyd In
my amusements and I would try to
bo- ao genuine In It all that no one
would think of calling me a prude.
"I would do my duty aa a cltlaen. I
would be a member of a political party
ut I would not belong eoul and body
to It. I wouldn't aell my vote for a
ilollar nor for ten dollars nor for a
hundred dollar. I would not trade It
for the frlendahlp of a party boaa nor
barter it away In the hope of securing
some coveted official poaltion. I would
vote for clean men who have visions
f thlnga higher than aky-acrapera and
broader than sixty-foot pavements. I
would vote for a dreamer who dreams
dreams of wholesome civic conditions
rather than for the so called practical
men who baa no vlaion.
Ag te social Datr.
"If I were a Chrlatlan I would be
social. I would be conscious of the other
fellow if I built a houae I would have
regard for tka lawn frontage of my
neighbors. If I were an employer I
would try to be aa keenly conacloua of
the rights of my employe and his wife
and children aa I of my proflta or tha
profits of the atockholdera In my com-
pany. If I were an employe I would
try to be aa keenly conacloua of the In-
tereata of my employer aa of my own
wages. I would not be Indifferent to
the load of responsibility be carries
even when he rides In an automobile
"I would recognise everybody aa a
; hrlatlan who profeaaea to be one and
ho la honestly atrlving to foil
'hrist. I would do thla If he didn't
long to the aame church I belonged
n. I would do It If he couldn't pro
tiounce all our ahtboletha. I would If
he didn't agree with all my pet
vtctlona. I wouldn't be ao conceited aa
to assume that all the truth of the uni
verse la bound up In the little bundle
I call my creed. If I didn't have aome
convlctlona about Christianity bealde
thoao usually labeled doctrinal I doubt
If 1 should be a Chrlatlan at all.
would rather be a heretic of .the head
than a aectarlan of the heart. The only
leason for building up a fence between
people who cannot agree on religious
matters Is because one or both haye
a bad disposition; It la not because they
have Intellectual dlircrencea.
"I would unite with the church.
mean I would unite with tke local
church and I would do It If I were
only to be In the place a month.
would attend Us services I would
aupport It with my money my time
my talent. I would defend It against
calamity and abuse. With all of
faults It la better than the average
man who criticises It.
"I would not permit myself to reat
In the average morality! I would try
to know what are the atandarda of In
dividual and social righteouaneas win h
Jesus taught and I would try to know
them first hand."
IXVKMTOR8 ARK INgPIRKD.
K '. I Overmrfct Preaches on Il-
vlne Itrvflatloue In Industry.
Ke. C. 1. ovrrstreet. at the Flrat
Presbyterian church yesterday morn-
ing preached from Acta vl s basing
his remarks principally upon the sev-
enth chapter of Acts "Stephen's De-
fense." "Ood reveals Himself to Individuals.
O oat entrusts' the Individual with aome
great gospel or spiritual truth or he
Imparts the truth of commercial or
scientific pi ogress. He reveals Him-
self to men In the making of the
steam engine the telegraph the tele-
phone and a thousand and one other
things. He does not reveal these
things to the th .us.mda. but to the
.the brooding mind and through them
to the multitudes. The Holy Qhoat
hath overshadowed thee therefore
the holy thing lhat thou hast con-
ceived shall be called tha gift of Qod.'
And that is true of every miraculous
conception wether It be the Son of
Uod the latest Invention of pro-
gressive cttiutatlnn or when speak-lag-
te the penitent soul that soul re-
sponds." i III hi ll h vol i Mi l li:
It.. . axiii. . t'hangn. In . i. i and Is
Prtrrd to Meet Theea.
The Church Is Not a Failure."
The Two Republics life
A. BRAKADBR. President
Good Men Wantod to Soli Pottetot That Guarantee ProtoctiM
Supt- of Ageata
of tha Bast set Paao Preehytertan
church w.terdev His text wag
Mark If It! "Otve ye them te eat"
In part ha aald
are not Ihoae pessimist who
think thai the church
has failed that
she haa hararnn mamroonlaed and Im
pregnated with worldllneaa and self
lahneaa that even fled himself haa de
erted her. and that all truly pinna In
dinduals la order to he saved moat
fly from her "unholy prselneta" aa
thev would from a burning hnuea If
aha haa not yet saved society the haa
t least kept It from rotting.'
"Christianity haa proven Itaelf to
ha tha universal religion by It power
of adaptation tn changing condltloaa
In tho peat She la already reeognts
mg a new trsneltlna in the aortal life
of the world and preparing her plans
to meet it. la order to do thla the
church must get a new and a full con-
ception of her mlaeton 'to establish
right relationship between man and
Ood on the one hand and man and
man on the other.' There must he a
dedication of our bodlea aa well aa our
aoula tn obedience of Ood'a lawa and
the help of our fellowmea. There
must be the uaa of new methods
adapted to the changed conditions."
tWB OK NPIRITt-AL. CJIrTS.
Ilnptlsm tarn Only Those Who Grow
In Their New Iafr.
Rev. Henry Barter preaoheJ at the
rhurojj of St. Clement yesterday on
The Abuse of Spiritual Qlfts" from
tha text 1 Cor. l:l-.
"la baptism a medium of earing
grace or la It not? It all depends
upon the use that la made of It.
"It Is not enough to be born one
must live and grow. It la not enough
to be placed tn a state or condition
of salvation one must work out sal-
vation with fear and trembling that
la with deaperate ea rn est n eea
"The spiritual helps given ua to-
ward a growth In grace will not avail
u unless we lay hold of them In faith
and make them our own. We may
come to the Lard's table and eat that
spiritual fond and drink that aplrlt-
ual drink aa did the Israelites In the
wilderness all to no purpose unless
we truly and earnestly repent of our
sins are In love and charity with our
neighbors and desire truly to lead a
new life In Christ Jesus."
tiODIk" ARK PVRK IN MIl.
Thought Must Be Directed Heaven-
ward ir Man Would Ascend.
During the absence of Rev Dr. t.
F. Williams who Is on a month's va-
cation. Rev. Alfred J. McElwaln city
missionary will act aa pastor of the
First Raptlst church. At yesterday
morning's service Mr. McElwaln
preached on "Holy Thoughts" from
the text Phil. 4:8. He said. In part:
"Mind la the standard of the man.
However Impressive the body may be.
without the mind It la Incomplete. Ood
created man and he became a thinker.
"From then for all time man will
think either with or from Qod. While
the natural mind Is enmity to Ood It
can be changed and trained to think
"What art thou thinking? Ood
sought a holy-mlnded virgin to be
the mother of His son. Thoughts are
but stepping stones by which we eith-
er ascend or descend. A man's life
Is on a level of hla thoughts and con-
versation." C'Hl'IM'H XOTK KS.
The Mlxpah class of the Orandvlew
Baptist Sunday school assisted by the
B. Y. P. U. of the Highland Park
Baptist church will Hold a social at
the Orandvlew chapel on Tuesday
evening. Plana will be made for the
Mlxpah anniversary September It.
TAKE AUTOMOBILE TRIP.
CI Peseaas K scape the Meat ef the City
Many of tha local antolats spent Bun-
day taurine up tag down the wlndlug
Rto Ursnds relief to Clondctoft I I.
pbaot Bane dam ap In tba foethllls of
tbe Urgan utouutaiua and numerous oth-
er putnta of Interest. Several parties left
early In tb morning for the Organa
where they apent Ibe day camping In
the shady nooks. Hurry liendersnu. In.
K. A. Peek and T. C. Iiunalug motored
to Klepbsut Millie dam Saturday eve-
utug. returning yesterday after a de-
lightful trl. They report that much
progreaa la being made uu tba tuauiuiotli
Charles B. Kteveus nnd family motored
along the slop of the uiuuiilaiua lu tba
Hie Ursude valley Secretary J i.
Bnkey of the Kl Paso Anto clnb snd
party drove up the valley. Hubert Rltie-
bart and party alao drove up the valley.
The usual Munday throng went ou tbe
Southwestern to lama-raft tba roof
gurdeu of the I'aaa City where they
spent tbe afternoon In tbe ahade of Ibe
monarchs of tbe forest.
Ths bssehsll bnga found amusement si
Washing-tun Park where the White Sox
and the Hurley team played a faat ex-
hibition of ths national game. Othera
pent tbe day taking ear rides to Jus-
res and other points ef interest.
UK. I.I s I OK TA1.K8IIKM.
.Mint. v Deputies Will Put Total of
I ..Mm Names In Wheel.
- Beginning this morning deputies)
from the offices of the county tag as-
sessor county tax collector county
clerk district clerk and aherlff. will
aelert names from the Jury Hats to
serve as jurors during the coming
court tenor The names will b
taken from the tax rolls and written
on slips Then these will be placed
In the large Jury wheel In the district
clerk's offlcs and left t isre until ten
days before tbe September terms of
four! open on September 1.
ll is estimated that t uu nsines
will be selected by the deputlea. if
these forty-eight will he drawn for
each of the district courts snd eighteen
ror tne county court The other
names will be laft In the wheel tot-
use .lining (he latter part of the court
Meed aiassesf Ask Ssgall. It Mesa.
Phene ? for a Taxteah.
UUUIU ST J. THOMAS.
two's- and Oea'l sagr
MUM MARKS WniTKB flRAFIIH
i I I 1 1 It On CALIFORNIA.
Mate Will Speeed Two Weeks
As Uaeat of Tin a
rroni ths flewery land of California
whose thore is bathed by the waters of
ths Pacific. Miss Josephine Marks win-
ner of the Morning Times working
sin. contest writes her many friends
In thla elty to tell them ihroutTh ths
Times of the delightful vsrsUoa she
Is speadksg. Mlaa Marka la having a
delightful time In tha Angel City and
gives a grathte description of the pic-
turesque country. tke pleesuree ef
which she Is enjoying as the Times'
gaeat. She will be gone two weeks
spending a wsek at Use Angeles and
a week at Saa Diego
Har letter te the readers of the Times
who supported her during the contest
Iyis Angelee. Cal . Aug. 1.
"Kl Paso Morning Times
' Kl Paso Texas
"This letter la written from my first
stop and I feel It should be addressed
to tha many friends who ao generoas-
ly contributed by thslr votes to give
me this trip of pleasure snd through
your paper I want to say to each and
every one who voted for me In the
conteat that language la Inadequate to
express my thanks and appreciation. I
am now In the beautiful city of Loe
Angeles viewing nature In all Ita
beauty aad glory enjoyihg the ocean
breeae and I feel that my happiness
would bs complete If I could divide
those pleasures with those friends and
with all the other girls In tha content.
Never In the hlatory of the world
has there been a country blessed with
greater resources than this state. From
the most northern counties the great
timber and mining districts to the
southern boundary the gateway to
Mexico and from eaat to weal she haa
the beat the earth can furnish In thla
garden of tha world where nothing haa
benefit undone. Ood haa made a Par-
adise or as near an approach to the
first Oarden of Bden aa can exist on
earth As Italy Is the land of beauty
in the old World ao Southern Califor-
nia the Paradise of the new. The eaas
with which everything Is accomplished
the apparent Inexhaustibility of the
supply and the new opportunities
which are arising every day have. In
the apace of thirty yeara mads of a re-
gion hi most unknown to the world a
gem In the diadem of our nation which
la a glory not alone on account of Ita
extended beauty but also because of
Its priceless Intrinsic value.
"JOBBPHlclB MADD1N MARKS."
Dr. R. I Ramey has returned from
John Hopkins hospital. Baltimore
where he has been attending the sum-
mer clinics. His residence Is 1110
Charlea Stevenson and wife of Al-
buquerque N. M are spending sev-
eral days with friends and relatives
In this city.
James K Paxton returned to his
home at Phoenix Arts. last evening
after spending several days in El
Paso on business.
H. I.. HI n ton. of Dallas la In El Psao
Jacob Baldwin of Marfa came up
yeatarday from hla ranch to spend a
few days transacting business In the
Paul Wilson Is here from Omaha
Neb. in the Interest of business.
H. F. Ralston of Oklahoma City is
In Kl -Paso.
Duley Fsy of Anthony spent Sun-
day In El Paso.
O. Jacobs cashier of the Hotel Paso
del Norte will leave this morning for
Cloudcroft to spend the week.
F. A. Mayhew clerk in tbe city
health department office ha gone to
California to apend a month visiting
.uni socialist MBsrriifo
Pelle ea Haad to See Street Oratera
Are Net Interested.
Eugene Stevens delivered the sec-
ond of a series of addresses on Socialism
at the Corner of San Antonio and
Broadway laat night Mr. Btevena apoka
to a larger crowd than he did on the
prevloua night and held their atten-
tion for more than an hour with a well
delivered talk. Mr. Kline followed Mr.
Steven with a short address on tbe
Several pstrolmen were stationed
among the crowd and tbe speakers were
not Interrupted as they were Saturday
night. The Socialists will not speak
again until Thursday night. On that
night three members of tha local Soc-
ialist organisation will speak on tke
corner at t o'clock.
Shirtwaist Effect Popular
KJ I'ii-. Men Shed Their (oats When
They 0g Oul lo I Hue. and
Not ouly kava the vfcmrchea of Kl
Puao tlirowa opeu tkelr doors to the
a. .rn without a coal but tbe notele and
reataursnta are wekoailns klm loe.
A tear of the hotel and restaurant
dli ing roeaia Is the olty especially dur-
isg tbe noon Inn. (iron h ur these hot
days. I.iiue-a to ilgbt lb fact Ikel a
aurprlalugly Urge jKirtlon f tha sxule
diners are aheddlug tkelr eoal aad p-
uearlag In Ibe unity skirt wstst effect.
a rew aeeks ago toe big hotels and
cafe Is several ef the eastern dues
broke tke Hats -honored custom requiring
aim to enter tkelr Ulnlng rooms viearlug
cents. At first aesr eeuaaiioa resulted
though mast of the am meats .re re farnr--Mr
Stare tke aialtcr was' thus celled
to at tent lea tt stay be aald that Kl Paso
was samag lbs first of cities to
Insugursts till sane deusrtur from tke
Hitherto "conrsntloxsl" coarrn. Maoag
era at aosts dlaiag routes assert that
they have permitted ike prsrtlee for
yeara aad alii eon line te do aa.
"I ii.ni t at wber sny oh)ctlea could
be ssads to It" sold a prumlaeat fselsa.
raster yealrrdaj Tot a as as te appear
lu dials room luinua kis oest akould
be eon aide red as saer unusual I ban for
a soman te do the Basis thiag Jest
Itecaue formality and rwatesa base 4.
sanded it Is past years Is se reason
wfcy It ease id evatlaa any more than
weaaea skeald com Id almllariy clothed
A aaajt kaa muck light lo he eaevl aad
comfortable aa a weaxsa. Wkea k ap-
pears la Ms shirt sleeves ks Is eeaafort-
abla aad ee will slants welcome ike
csatieea mas Thar csjey Ikelt meal a
mui aad fast ai teaks"
TMght it tke
The Jack Housh
IB Illl OOMBDY
PpatllftllftW BsMwVM Ada.
. Prlcoa 10-20 30c
( Ad var. Isomer. )
OIUsTIAM SBK-CXtSS tMUtAT PirTlnBL
Cspt. cherry Kesri at. a great aaiaial
picture kava bean secared at aa tn
ona ex pease and they win be shown at
the tlrvslan next Thursday aad Friday
Tib aad Mk. The aeries comprises three
reel ef the Stunt startling reproduction
on Jungle IB ever showu anywhere por-
traying oiii of the areatost scenes tret
brought before ths eyes el tbe dvtllsed
world. Capt. Kaartoa who stead pre-
eminent aa tke greatest llvlag explorer of
tbe Jangle and tne world most .Isrlnur
animal photographer. aeenred these
.lea front opportune vantage p. Utile at
obvious peril of Ufa and Ihub thua ob-
taining to mast nntural reproduction
possible of lee Hall the tiger. the
otiraag-ouung and many other boasts of
Jungle rorsrlng s complete revsts of
soologleal life from an ant to an el
Thea flints were aathaalnatlcslly ea-
dotsed by Theodore Roosevelt who per-
sonally appeared at the playhouse in New
Yark City aome time ago to iatroduce
Cspt. Kearton to kta first American au-
dience. Col. Roosevelt wet Capt. Kear-
ton lu tke Jungle on bis laat homing
It la positively the greatest aeoaatlon
now In moving pictures Pon t forgst lh
PATHS RRKLY AT THE BIJOC TO-
PAi. The above weekly number thirty-two
rontalna a number of exeeptloually In
lereeting event this week aud you should
not fall to see thla number.
"Wanih." a chll.l of the "Jungle" a
Sella masterpiece In two reela ia a mar-
vel ma drama of life and experience in
the dangerous animal Infested wild uf
British East Afrlcs This is the most
startling animal picture ever produce. I.
showing two thousand feet of batr-raia-Ing
Incidents and breathless situations
picturesque locstiona and fasclnatln-
plot all woven Into sr. astounding story
of Jungle terrors.
"THS OPEN SIM'HBT" A BIO TWO
RKEL rOMBDV-IIRAMA AT THS
Thla la one of the classiest comedy-
drnmss produced by tbe l'stbsplny com-
pany. It wss produced In France and
the photogtapb of the gorgeous tnterlot
settings is pronounced perfect. It will
make your aids split from tbe stsrf.
The sbeve program Is balanced off with
a superb marine picture of extraordin-
ary Interesting sea views and nautlcsl
happeulugs. Matinee dally.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
f Advertisements )
Dr. Ebert. Dentist 216-111 Mills Bids.
Model Bar for whits ttad only.
Aftet Aug 1 Athambra Dairy Depot lo-
cated 1117 E. Missouri Phone 7 Adv.
Try tha new Oa-Aple Bar. Tou get
the beat T. F. Xelah prop.
Dr. Paget dentist. Hob. A Ban. Bids.
Join tha Cactus Club.
Kx - Prisoner. Ccsmlng Here.
Hal Muriel and Bernard Macdnnald
who were Imprisoned by Orosco at
Chihuahua and released at the urgent
demand of the fnlt.il States govern-
ment are expected to arrive in Kl
Paao the first part of this week. Har-
rrll Is a local t hauffeur and Mac-
donald a mining man. Charles His
ael. manager of the Mlnea Company
of America who waa alao arrested
will visit the company's mines at
Santa Barbara before returning to
Phone I7T for a Taaicab.
Th wellcst bar lo town. Fineat goode
at the Oem.
Dr. Cameron Dentist lit Mssa Ave.
Dt. Uatrett. etomach inteatines. In-
ternal diseases 4UI Roberts-Manner
Dr. Bronaon. By. Ear. Ill Mills Bid.
Imported Bsr on drsught at the Clem.
After Aug. 1. Alhambra Dairy Depot lo-
cated 1117 B Missouri. Phes 7 Adv.
Dr. Anns Rauiti Bucklsr Mldg
Dr. Jsaileeon Oeelto-Urtaery Skin
and Rsctal dlssss.a til Mill Bldg
Needing q sears? BS Dr. Hotton with
rosier On. Jewelers Herald Bids.
Anto Trip in Mexico.
This morning Frank Morehouse will
leave la his automobile for Chihua-
hua After spending several day In
Chihuahua he will start for Parrel.
to visit a number of mining i-ampa in
which h i Interested.
Dr. Bran h Craig Practi limited te
diseases il ehlldrsn and abstain.
Call Pomsrey Phone ! Cents livery
tigs sack baggage sod ftelgkt trsaefer
The members of ths B. M. k P. I.
If. No. I of El Psao Texas nrs hsrs-
by notified to nilend a special ateet-
ing o be held on Tuesday evening.
Aug. I It 11. at I M p m sharp
I'uMnasa of vital nnportanee will lea
transacted and th press see ef every
member is desired My order of the
Frsnk J Willisana. Bsc. No. I.
CONgrMI'TloM Is li.atsBlly shocked In
It raesgee t my Mstked ef OCT
WARIi PBKItlSNI Printed dsta aad
COSSri.TAHON ie.n st year ana
kern. I abaolalal r HUB I k ear-
prteiag lees I TeeUaseei aa te tka pveet
ef as Method ss s lies tfc. flakier Alice
iienrede retain . Mrs Geo. A tun Mess
A. P.- tllst OCBea seneilslUu b
THE PENNANT HUNT
not of it pi vi. mpt wrroLR rotv
Morning Times "j-eW. FnlhnslsaOc
Ov (ipssrw-lnnlty to .nr a
BM of t'nlleare. and State ('otraSa
With 111 enthusiastic members
the pennant clnb started yesterday.
What's that' Ton don't know what
the pennant dun is- Shocks' Of
course you do. Tou Just didn't rec-
tum! the nsme
Ths pennant club hwt't a formal or-
ganlxastlnn hut It'a a pretty vod
under shlch to group those readers
of The Morning Times who are after
the esxllectlon of highly attractive pen-
nants offered hy this paper. And
when ybu atop to think thai the col-
lection to -be had through The Time
coupon would ennt from 110 to 18
otherwrse. you haven't the least bit
of trouble In understanding why the
pennant rluli started so enthustaatl-
cally The coupon that appeared In yes-
terday's Times brought out wise folka
who aren't going to miss a good
thing. Thev secured pennants at the
main office of The Times on South
Oregon street or at Times Hranch
Number One In the McCoy Hotel
The first pennant la thai of the A.
A M. college at Bryan. It is red wllh
white letters and la It inches long
and 15 Inches wide. It Is the first
of the series of pennants of stales and
colleges offered by The Times. A
new pennant will be added to the col-
lection each week until the full col-
lection haa been made available.
The pennant can be sent by mall
or delivered upon call nt The Times
office or Branch Number tine. Kr
the purpose of giving a fuller ItleA
of the offer to Times readers the cou-
pon appears In 'an advertisement in
the paper again this morning.
STOCK BILL AT THE AIRDOME
Rig Audience KnJoys tin- Jack Hotssli
Company's pn'arnce In Melo-
drama as 0sr-itlng Offering.
Before one of the largest nudlenres
thai ever nttended a performance at
the roofless smusement house the
An . on. theatre was opened for the
season yesterday with the Jack ilout.li
Stock company as the attraction. The
management has made extensive re-
pairs to this popular open air theatre
and the season gives promise of being
the most successful In Its hlatory.
The Jnck Housh vompany 'appeared
In that melodramatic play. Bex va.
Sex. Jack Housh. the former moving
picture Idol Is st the head of the com-
pany. Mis support is a very credit-
able one and the attraction this even-
ing the comedy Truth promises to
be an even stronger drawing card.
The specialties between act are
Given Away by the Morning Times Each Week
A. & M. COLLEGE FIRST
Official Design Correct Colors; 36 Inches Long 15 Inches Wide. Made of BEST
Clip the Coupon in This Ad
The nio.t fascinating fad of collecting Pennants encourages adornment of the home
and The Tims offers an opportunity to make a fine collection. Thousands of peo-
ple can beautify the bedroom sitting room or "den" with a variety of pretty Pen-
nants representing the State and the Big Colleges of the Country.
' NEARLY EVERYBODY'S DOIN' IT"
The Pennants distributed by The Times are not to be confused with "seconds" or
imperfect banners that are sometimes given out by irresponsible concerns. The
Tinu-s Pennants are the Real Article usually retailed for 75c in novelty stores.
Every Week a Different Pennant Will Be Given.
THESE PENNANTS CAN BE SECURED ONLY WITH A COUPON FROM
THE EL PASO MORNING TIMES
WATCH THE SUNDAY MORNING TIMES AND GET COMPLETE SET
Bring or Mail this Cou-
pon to El Paso Morning
Times Office or Call at
Branch No. 1 McCoy
HOME PRODUCTS SCOUTS
HY II A SHAW
Everywhere yon go the
use paper and bags
West Texas. New
Mexico and Ali-
are using paper
nnd bag Earl K.
I'rii.r goes. he
being the repre-
sentative of A.
Par-it as lee
agent for the Con-
Mac Co.. whose
mills are at hum-
ford Falls Maine.
Mr. Craver haa
an office Is thg
Mills building and
Earl K. Craver. haa headquartered
In El Paso for five veer. travoMns
out of (hla city through the South-
west until he haa become known as
one of the regular.
Craver rame originally from Pitts-
burg and says he highly appreciates
the cleat open atmosphere of this
southwestern country and ths lack
of murk In El Paso's streets. In fart
he haa become so enamored of thla
couatry that ha couldn't be dragged
back to the smoke town with a team
of mules. If he thought he would
have to stay there.
He worked for the steel trust and
knows tha land of the atogie and all
Ita delights from every angle hut as-
serts that they have no call on him
aa compared with gelortous-neae of
the gc-ritte Southwest.
Every little parcel wrapped round
with a piece of brown paper and
every little bunch of peanuts filling
up the void In a paper hag gives him
a certain amount of delight for ss
every little drop of water helps to
make the wetness of the ocean snd
every grain of sand contlrhutea to the
dryness of the Iknd so every paper
wrapper and every little bag sggra
vatea the Impulse on the part of the
merchant to order another car. and
frhvrr is the man to stimulate that
He Is a charitable sort of person
If you look the matter In the eye from
the right angle for he visits tha
needy nnd ministers to their wants.
They know him all over the territory
looking for him as they look for the
change In seosnn. With his expansive
smile and plcnsant wsys he's as wel-
come us the opening of Spring after
the breaking up of n hard Winter.
Craver represents one of the grest-
ost Industries In the I'nlted Ststes and
the mills he sells for have the larg-
est output In their line. The amount
of timber which is dally chewed up
In the enormous dlgestnrs and mnde
Into pulp and sulphite st Rumford
Falls Would build a sizable hamlet
and the paper turned out In a dny
would wrap all of El Paso Into a par
cel. This Immense product must be
placed snd from Kl Paso It Is up to
Craver to send In his quota of the re
quests thst keep the smoke shooting
out of the chimneys.
He Is no craver after the effeteneaa
of the east nor the soft things tn any
it. (Kill Mill IM PK.W
I ils ( .iMieun ami Its- I
le I I i. I' iiiieul
Ttsare. By asall v In
A. BH AW.
sonamhtilenl hnrsj for hs likes tke
bump of the ' rattler " as the seller
loves the tons and tumble of the ea.
The inns stretches of tha ni-i te
covered plsns snd the wtds swake-
ness of the West all appeal to him
snd be probably will be scouting out
of El Paao for some time to come.
C. A. Beers represents live of ths
Colorado Fuel company In this elty.
Is on a trip lo the Sonora mining
ramps aad will be away from El Paso
for about tan daya.
P. R Ooode. who until recently
has been traveling salesman for tha
HI Pssu Milling company. lad.. WiM
leave Monday for Dallas Texas
J. R. de Roulac who for several
months was connected with the out
of town salsa department of the Kl
Paso Milling company will return to-
morrow from British ' Columbia
where he has been for tha last few
J. T Fletcher secretary of the
Western Motor Supply company has
returned from an extended business
trip In New Mexico and Arixona. Mr.
Fletcher made the trip In the Interest
of the Flsk tires for which the West-
ern Motor Supply company Is th
local UK cut
THS MORNIXO TIMXsn wsa Jest ta-
ste lie a Privets Rxrhssge sad these
wishing te telephone tsetesd ef cell-
ing for the eld nsmbers please ealt for
umber MB er aaai. Bad tell the opera-
Oenertmeat ft wish snd
will be made From p.
te a. st. tbe following depertsseat
Will answer direct: SnnS r.dlterlal I SMI.
Advertising and rtrcBlaiten.
Phone 1 for Auto snd TaxL
Under the direction of the
Sister of Loretto.
Las Cruxes New Mexico
Hoarding and day school
for young ladies and little
girls. For particulars ad-
dress Mother Superior.
i.l. in. .1 nasi uf lisiMtllugi eniitlen
isr.setiil.'.l al the Hustler. olfl.v uf Tie
or oik- ami I wo-r-lit elaatus.
Pbeae 1 far Aulea aad Teat
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