El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Sunday, August 31, 1913 Page: 3 of 34
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES SUNDAY AUGUST 31 1913
Are ymi dependent upon It. snd It aetnssT Than you shouldn't
bs paying; rant A aalary la but temporary nmi of support
Suppose It should It radii cad or out off altogether If you had
kom of your own you wouldn't mind It ao much. If renting than
what ? Lat aa auppoaa that ydtt ara gat Una a fairly good aalary. Tea
t that after the necessary aapsnsaa ara met thai II tahaa all the raat
te pay rant. Than out out the rant. What dn you (at In rat urn for
the money you pay lha landlord "I Simply a temporary place ta Itra.
The money yon pay nut never returaa Do a lltue thinking and
tiffining on your own scrnuni. Do you Intend to go on working for
other the raat of your life and In the end have nothing to ahow for It
Why not make the turning point right now and buy a home of yon
own. Tou can do It with the money you ara paying the landlord aarh
month. Perhaps you had never thought of It In that light. Wall. It
can be dnne and we will help you to get starts! oa the right road.
The flret atep In the right direction la the pnrrhaea of a lot or two In
El Paao'a flaeet and moat rapidly growing residence euburb. Lota
ara now falling for $17R go. 22r. 00 and upward and this suburb has
already Inatallad almost every convenience that can be had In an
Inside city lot such aa handsomely paved rtreeta cement sidewalks
gas and electric lights etc. and Is only a few mlnutea' ride from the
heart of the city. Don't fall to go out and see this property today.
See the handsome and coetly homes that are already buHt and many
more that ara under construction and then aak yourself the quest Inn
Where can I buy property that will advance In value more rapidly
than this? If you want a home In Government Hill and are really In
earnest about It come to see lis and let us talk It over. Wa will build
you a home hare from your own plan and specifications fnr a email
caah payment and the rest of It la monthly payments that you are
now giving the landlord.
AUSTIN & MARK
LATTA & HAPPER
U. S. ARMY ORDERS
Ay Th A sedated Pre
Washington. Aug. 10 Capt. Hamil-
ton 8. Hawkins cavalry. Is assigned
to the Third cavalry by direction of
Cast. Samuel Purrsance Second cav-
alry will report to Brig. den. Albert
B Mills president of the army retir-
ing board Waahingtoo for examina-
tion by the board.
Second Lieut. Frederick Snyder sec-
ond cavalry. Is detailed for aviation
duty and will report to San Diego for
Col. Walter 8- Flnlsy. Pint cavalry.
Is detailed as member of the army re-
tiring board. Ban Francisco vice Col.
Alexander O. Brodle adjutant general
Ma i Charles McK. Saltsraan signal
corps Is relieved of doty at Washing-
ton D. C and will proceed to Gov-
ernor Island relieving Samuel Reber
signal corps who will proceed to this
city for duty.
ARRtCHTED WHILE PRIM PI Nil.
By Th AttocUttm PrsM
Kansas City. Mo.. Aug. 30.--Stopping for
half an hour to "primp" before a mirror
mid adorn himself In raiment be wss about
lo steal caused the undoing of Thorns
Kennedy n treated on a ebarge of burg-
lary la a home In the fashions!. le south
td residence today after s revolver bat-
tle tSltb three policemen. Kennedy forgot
to pull down the blinds. Nelgbbora called
tbe police. Kennedy bad srrsyed him-
self in tbe stolen summer suit adjusted
a borrowed cravat and wss selecting s
scarf pin from sn assortment spread out
on tbe dresser when tbe policemen balled
him Kennedy emptied his revolver In
the direction of tbe policeman end they re-
turned several Ineffective shots before be
WACO MAN DELEGATE
By The Aatartattt Pre
Washington D. C Aug. 30. Secre-
tary of State Bryan today Appointed
Dr. Arthur L. Barton. Waco Texas a
delegate to the fourteenth Interna-
tional congress on alcoholism at Milan.
HI Kill s ENVOY BUSY
m for good Music m
Gratify that natural
desire with a Player-
I Piano an lnstru-
ment every one M
will enjoy. M
The Mexican trouble does
not interfere with the piano
Any of the following cus-
tomers who bought pianos
of me this last week
tell you they are more than
! L. Cadwsllsder
J M FlUpatrUk
Mrs J Pool-Whits
Miss D Young
J. B Mom.
D J Chsdbourns
It. J. Goodrich
U Paso's ram dl ng Platen More.
F. G. Billings
102 North Stanton
Washington. Emmeteriu rle i
Qarsa Jr. Is the man who represents
President Huertu tu the United States
He It was whu met President Wilson
and Secretary of State Bryan before
the president sent John Llnd to Mex-
ico City to confer with Huerta per-
sonally. De la Oarsa attempted to
accomplish In Washington on behalf
of Huerta what Llnd was sent to the
Mexican capital to accomplish for
SO OH A IS WARNED.
Maltreatment of Aaaertraaa May Cause
By The Aim. hi ltd Frees
Douglas Arts. Aug. 30 In reply to
a dispatch from the stats department
at Washington today which said mal-
treatment of Americans might give rise
to Intervention state officials of So
nora stated tbat they would "guarantee
safety to Americana and other foreign-
era" In the border domain.
Intervention they aaid. would be un-
just In view of the progress made thus
far ly the Constitutionalists in the
SOCIAL NEWS OF
LORDHBVRG N. M.
By Tlmrt geevi.il crrcpon4ent
Lordsburg N. M Mrs. R. H.
Woods and Mister of Red Rock wars
In town Monday.
Harry Wslltce and family hve
moved to Granite Oap where Mr. vwl-
I ce Is Interested la mining
J. U 1'right and family after
spending few weeks with their pa-
rents have returned to their horns la
Judy !...!. who has lean attend-
ing college In I .. Angeles came In
tnis weak for a visit with his fa'her.
Mrs. Abraham of Silver City wsa IB
Sam Turman of Red Kock la In the
city for a few days.
B. A Knowles wsa In from Demlng
Mrs. A. B. Arnold who has been
visiting her parenta Mr and Mra
J-mt I 'right returned to her horns In
Globe last TtiuradaN
Mrs. A Feathers made a business
trip lo Silver City last Sunday.
Or and Mrs M M. Cro. k r. sc. m
panled by Miss Moon left Sunday
night on an extended trip through the
F. H. i:- I. from Douglas was la
town th first uf the week.
V. F. Rttter and family with Mra
and Miss Coos left for Silver City
Mrs. W F Ooodaail sad baby of
Douglas is visiting her another Mr.
J. J. Turner wsa la town Monda
oa his way to Iuncsn. Aria
Martin Ururh t. after spsadlag a few
days elth his parents returned to his
home last Krids
Mrs. Ijrosja who has been ill far
several days la Bow recover ng
J u Fvwker ad frank Bliiiagsiey '
SOCIAL US GRUCES
MUCH ENTKRTAIMNO MAR. KB
week in cnose CITY.
Mlaa Burke. (Uvea "FVarty-Two" Party
in Heasnr of Uses Notes
lata cruras. N M Aag. " Mi
KdHh Burke eatertaleed with "forty-
two" In honor of her guest. Ml Laclle
Lynch of Wlndfleld. Ks. yterdy.
four tables ware ueed. The houaa eras
decorated trllb goldenrod and vines
Hand padntas tally sards wars uaad.
Mia Helen Burke. Ml May Adair and
Mrs. Frank Burke aerved refreshment.
Those present were: Mlaaea Pern and
l ut ha lieenea Kuth. Blanch and Una
BrownhM Lurlle Bertha and leasts
Mandell. Laclle Lynch of Wlndfleld.
Kaa Mary Rsece. Balestlna Helen
Burke May Adair and Meadamea Julius
Lorentsen of Kl Paeo Lytton R. Taylor.
Marquette and Frank Burke.
Mrs. Jullua Lorentsen and llttl
daughter Julia of Kl Pass spent Thurs-
day and Friday with bar cousla Mra
Lyttos R. Taylor.
The Presbyterian Christian Endeav-
or orlet gave a lawn social on Thurs-
day evening at the home of Mr. and
Mra. L G Cormans
Miss Bllsabeth Garrett the blind
musician ana atugfcr. will take charge
f the mulc at the Baptlat clurch and
will sing at each service She will
organise and direct a choir.
Lee F. Rlllott of Rim on Is hero at-
The Baptlat Young People's union
will give a social at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. Vermillion on South Alameda
street Friday evening.
Mrs. Ralph Twining wife of Prof.
R. W. Twining .Is recovering from a
Edward C Wade Jr. left Saturday
for Santa Fa where he will take oath
of office as assistant t inted States at-
torney Mra Wade will remain In Las
Curces for the present.
Miss Leetha Reeves and Ruth Brown
lee are planning to attend college and
do light housekeeping on College Row
Mlaa Lactls Lynch who has been vis-
iting Ml Edith Burke for the past
week will leave Monday morning for
Albuquerque where she will spend a
few days before returning to her home
In Wlndfleld. Kas.
Mrs. Edward Ascarate left last weak
for Atlantic City where she will Join
her sister. Miss Josephine Armtjo and
spend the' rest of the summer
Jacob Sweet is sxpected to return
from Mexico soon. Mrs. Sweet with
her mother Mrs. Morrison are stay-
ing at State College during Mr. Sweet's
Miss Ruth Thompson will return from
Mountainalr on Monday.
Miss OUdys Neshltt and mother.
Mrs. Baker will return to Las Cruoes
Monday morning. They will occupy
Mrs. Frank Burks's house In Miranda
On Friday Mr. and Mrs. Litton R.
Taylor entertained with a dinner party
In honor of their oouain. Mr. Julius
W. Ixirentsen of El Paso and Mis.
I.u.-lle Lynch of Wlndfleld. Kas. Cov-
ers were laid for seven. The guests
were: Mrs. Prank Burke Miss Luclle
Lynch Miss Helen Burke Mrs. Julius
Lorentxen and Miss Helen Burke.
Robert and Ralph Seasoms of Ala-
bama have arrived In ! Crucea and
will attend the Agricultural college
thl year. They are brothers of Mr
Kdmondon B. Link and formerly made
their home here.
of Duncan was In town the first of
Miss Katherlne Bailey is visiting In
Clifton this week.
Lewis Chample was In from his Red
Rock ranch Tuesday.
Dr. Leeds has charge of Dr. Crock-
er's practice during the doctor's sbsence.
BIG SPRINGS TEXAS.
By III. A . I .. I. nl
Big Springs. Texas Aug. JO. The
residence of Dr. I. I: Smith at Goli-
ad and Second streets the property of
R. D. Mutt hews wss totally destroyed
by fire at 1 o'clock a. m. Aug 20.
The house and furniture were both
partly Insured $1000 policies being
carried on each.
The public schools of this city will
open Monday. September 8. The fol-
lowing compose the faculty: J. W.
Dus superintendent. Central building
W. H. Craddack. of Oklahoma City"
principal: W. A. Mancll. of Absllne
mathematics and science; Miss Clara
Rows of Dallas English; Intermedi-
ate department Mlaa Lucy Wilson
city; Miss Alice Freeman of San An-
gelo; Miss Msud (snacks of Midland
Miss Sadie Montgomery of Decatur
primary department; Miss Annie May
Scott eMy; Miss Sadie Cornell ni
Mies Bessie Rice of Hamilton. North
ward school Miss Wlilard Plckrell. of
Roewell. N. M.; Mkas May Roblnaon
of Gateavllle; South ward. Miss Mat
tleWormelduff. of Pehdleton; Miss
Alloa Jordan of Abeline; Miss Bertha
Willis city; Mrs. Dora Coffee city.
The Hill grocery store of this city
wss sold August St to W K. Williams
snd W. E. Hickman of Miles. Texas.
F. W. Abney sold this wssk to
Rube Clayton of Lubbock his ranch
in Bordsn county containing 4S sec-
tions with all rattle and horses tha
consideration being about ll&t.OOO
Miss Alice William of Ablllno ar-
rived August 21 for a visit In ths
city the gsrst of Mlaa Alma WaJksr.
Mrs. Newt Smith of Fort Worth Is
visiting Mrs John Natlstlns.
The Joie las Vote girls wsrs en
tertslned August ! from 4 to ( by
Mass Join Hanson.
Miss Alice rttralt entertained a fsw
of the younger sat August 2 4 sfter
viewing pictures at the I. mi. . the
party spent the evening playing
Mra T J Throope entertained Au-
gust 21 In honor ef Mra. W N. Brown
of Ci.hc.iue Many iBlsreetlng games
of "41" wars played.
Mra A E. Pool entertained a large
circle of friends st "41" oa Auguet
I Water! I
H la the dltoa.es H
H Isassnar ' isrdaai Tras'ta H
Tags iatarurbaa and as Ut
I T0BIN WEAL ESTATE CO. I
Good Dame Fashion Is Already Hinting
at Her Autumn Secrets
Every Word She Says Is Instantly Mirrored at the "Popular"
Q.'ITK ihe latest innovation is the "Lcp;-o'-M utton alcrvc in new afternoon frocks. You have no idea
how graceful and pretty it is in the aofti) cNnftng crepe meteor rharmrnse and megsaline of these
early fall gowns. Also there are delightful new tricks of skirt drapery atil the high crushed girdle
sometimes of tpjeer Oriental coloring or embroidered Itotnffchert Subdued fall like duties such as the
new brown ilnck blue bronze or olive green ta'upe navy or black with fascinating white net vests and
and effective lace touches on collar or blouse.
rything about tailored suits speaks of newness materials lines colors dct.nl work. Matlassea in
large brtjeade. wide wale Bedtords. Broadcloths and a very new fabric called Poi tie I'eehe are among
the favorites; in the finer suits plushes and velvets are sure to he worn extensively. 'The coats to these
new suits are from :U to :tt! inches long a few of them are in cutaway styles; the nnxelty suits have coats
as short as 28 inches; skirts t these suits show drapi'iK in every form and a new fad is the full draped
frmit instead of the hack. Many are very wide at the hips narrowing at the bottom creating the panta-
loon effect or "barrel skirt" as it is called. The colors? Mahogany Hull red and shades of brown lead.
Black however is sure to come into its own as the season ftdvgm t
Vests predominate in suits. A feature is the new militant or stiilragette suit made of mannish materials
uuli a separate vest very masculine in style The skirt to this suit is made in pantaloon effect with
hi separate skirts plaids and checks of many different designs and colorings arc the feature. These like
the skirts in the suits told of above show draping in every form.
The fancy gowns like those for afternoon wear show a tendency to the high waist line very full in front
liid around the hips and narrowing at the bottom. Sashes and girdles are shown in many ways. Materials
cover a nroati ranr v anion viqm v icpcs tie i nine. v. narnieuse wool
Crepe. Crepes Meteor ami Messaline being among those most shown.
And so we might ro on indefinitely attempting a word picture of these
particularly new and vastly different creations for autumn but it would
fail utterly to give you even the merest idea of the beauty and tlash and
charm that is embodied in the showing that will be made tomorrow on the
"Popular's" Third Floor. Won't you come and view this advance display
of autumn fashion? Welcome! (ird rtoor i
Crepes and Satin Faced Weaves in Silk Lead for Fall
Oft fall and winter satin-faced silks have the endorsement of the
highest authorities in New York and Paris. Hatln Charmeusn and
Mcssnllne will duplicate their success of Inst year.
Satfn crepes naturally fall Into the satin move-
ment and crepes In variety will he In demand. Crone
meteors and crepes tie Chine always a safe staple.
Will command especial attention being adapted to
the most artistic draperies
Canton crepes slightly hesvler thsn n crept meteor
have an estsbllshed place In the movement of fine
silk fabrics. The ultra weave In crapea will be of
a 8ponge Cloth variety. In weights suitable for
dressy tailor-made and nutergarmcnts. The highest
novelties will be either figured or printed.
A variety of warp prints toned down with plain
allks and satlna is n logical development of the
erase for printed novelties which thus far. has
been the distinguishing feature of the year both
here and abroad.
In rather strong color combinations consisting of
adaptation from ths new Futurist school of art
printed silks will be chosen to add a touch of color
lo materials dyed in dark tones.
Printed crepe printed vslvrtt plush figures on . hllton
annnmis nioire sunn and mrtni novelties sill
l7 s iMHntttftton in """"""saaa' 'aaFai?Si laaaaX
We Close Monday at
Noon Labor Day
Wl' ATaarV-s7aTa V alsjTairaWf.VJ
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si I 1(1 I II ! 11(11 M. st KM
Kt Thr Aeoeied fr
Ogden Utah Aug 3. An slectrleal
"tin which lasted only twenty min-
utes here today flooded the retail and
wholesale business district causing
120000 dumage. put the street car
service out at commission and para-
lysed business while It lasted. The
wster flowed down tin hill from the
residence sec'lon flooding Ihe ground
floor of the business houses In the
shopping district. Passengers were
marooned in the stalled street cars
and wire carried In
wagons through Am
rrcahets In the
si I. on l-WT.
Sim Kranclwo Aug .'). Mr. Vivian
l.yoss who was arrested here Isal l-
sagtatr nfter Mm i tnK of It. J Wbl-
In.'' If- hill
lease upon the de
lias llmt tbe sffslr
Wldncjr himself in
if physlelsns sa i
woman declare t
of hoih par-
vss an niilsiit. imn
Imih under I In- esM
result of what the
n sutelilr paet Toe
Clever Members of Ringlinge'
Herd of Performing Elephants
rrt "f the pslr followed t he receipt
of Wldncjr that sverj effort ba
HKa VANDERBIU HOTEL
34.fi ST. EAST at PARK AVE. N.Y.
An Hotel of Distinction
with Moderate Charges
New York's Ideal Hotel for tha Sumraa
Visitor. Cooled with artificially chiliad air.
600 rooms each with bath.
aaaWTLaUif Summer Rates in effec t untd September 1st
OI'I'OHITK CAK.Ml.lE HAM.
56th Street and 7th Aveaue NEW YORK CITY
eiiti.it i' nk. aaii li
Located within tan blocks of beautiful
refined residential dlstriel this ti-lu ia
son Is real llrlng snd comfort tha man; hotels who e
much mor ipnlta Thar Is ae siur Ideal tuouliia viae
Kookf with rss Ol
01 ga Ami aaS a.
i tha city most
ut h i el .ffer
fur ladlea traest-
ROOM at lb I'llViTI
14s per Am aag a.
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M ' am mm4 mm.
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Mevaral rsrlusds ef tbeas will b
Uiuain Bruiber' rt'rus. arblrb
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M arlll anew tbe
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Ths right kind of s hotal In th right locality In the heart of tha
Ihealr distil. . snd adjacent In tha aliopptng centers. Hoaatlvciy fire
proof RscolUnt culaln snd sn exceptions! orchestra A larga addi
tion jui completao conlalnl
ITtub) Oread Casual hUalion. car aiarkss)"liroadway"wlthoui tranafsr;
i eiiiiajosiiie isaiiiiu i n ev. car Wlinoul iraasXSS.
Booklet upon rstiussl.
M R BHAKKat. Proa.
ng llbrsry. grill snd billiard hali.
$1.50 per day
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