El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 18, 1915 Page: 3 of 12
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Thursday. F""y i 8. '915.
EL PASO MORNING TIMES
SYRUP OF FIGS
FOR CROSS SICK
F I.mrUC STOMACH n Wild.
TORl'lll OR BOWELS
Molners caii rest easy after m iiik "i ah
fornta Syrup or net." because in a few
hours all the tlortted-up waste sour bile
and rermentlnar rood gemí; moves out or
the bowels ami you have a well plajTni
child again. Children limply will not take
i he lime rrum play to empty their bowels
nd they become ttrhtly packed liver le ts
Vuggtsh and atotnarh disordered.
When cross revertan restless Me If
tongue Is coated then give litis delirious
fruit laxative." Children love II. and it
can not cause injury. o difference wtiat
alls your little one If full of cold or a
sore throat diarrhoea stomachache baa
breath remember gemir "inside cleans
Itig" should slwayskc the riist treatment
given full directions for babies children
of all ages and grown tips arc printed on
Beware or counterfeit rig synml. Ait
your druggist for 4a W-oent bottle- 01
"California ayrttp of fclgs." then look care'
rully and see that It is matlc by the "Call
fornlt rig Syrup Cw&flany.'' Wo make no
smaller ir. Hand Back with contempt
any other fig ayrqp. .
PICKED UP In
George C. Corottiera nprrltl representa
live of the stale department In Mexico nr
rived from Aguascillemes. Nextco. yestcr
day and is registered at the Hotel Paso del
vorte. During the afternoon Mr. Carollieis
conferred with Judga Duval West the per
notial envoy anil representativo of prest
dent Wilson who Is shortly to leave for
Mexico to mike a careful survey and study
or political conditions ror the Information
uf President Wilson ana his outline!.
The conference was of course private
but It presumably had to tlo with Mexiran
artairs. Jitoge v e.-i expects 10 leave
.Mexico within the next few days.
REPLY OF GERMANY
NOT YET RECEIVED
8I.CHnAKV 8VN SS THEM: HAS
RKf SO ANSWEK TO AHKW.lt. MUE
OF PROTEST RECABOING BT.OtkUHt.
ta Contraband and Neutral Ship-
ping EXi-lted Miirn intrrrst.
V. S. Wright of Waro rexas. I a guest
at the Hotel Sheldon. Mr. Wright has spent
only a few days her but he is so favor-
ably Impressed wall the city that he has
already decided lo .becorne a resident of
El Paso and Is now casting about tor a
location In whlrh to engage In the drug
business. Mr. Wright was for several year
a druggist at Waco and recently disposed
or his Interests in that city.
Dr. J. E. Mitchell or Dallas. Texas Is
spending a rew days In the city the guet
of ilie Hotel gheldon.
.Mrs. and Miss Ascaratc and Mrs. F. v.
Campbell represent 1 party or l.as Cruces.
X M.. people who are here for a few days'
shopping trip and who are guests or the
Hotel Paso del Norte
Policeman PtioenW Reeuverlnu.
Pollreroan Harry Phoenix who Is con-
fined to his home 714 North Virginia street
suffering from a bullet wound in Hie leg
inflicted early Tuesday morning by an
unknown Mexican assassin was yesterday
reported Improving. Attending physicians
believe the officer will be on his feet
arln within a rcw weeks in the absence
of complications. The wound is a clean one
through the neshy part or the tblgii and
there have been no indications ór blood
poisoning. The Identity or the Mexicans
who rired on the officer is still a mystery
but it is believed they were hired thugs
lying in wait ror one of their own country-
men possibly a political enemy. .
Didn't Hurl a Bit N.
flu thr AttkaHatrá Prttn
Washington. Feb. 17. ftc.relary Bryan
said late tonight that no reply had been
received from Germany to ha American
note ooncerntng submarine attacks
belligerent merchant ships In the new sea
rones or war imaer ine uennan aaniiraiiy s
proclamation wmcn goes into errect to
If a reply to the representations of Hie
United States had been delivered In Berlin
to Ambassador Oerard Ibe state department
had nm heen annrlsed or ttiat fact.
Publication tonight of th text of Great
Britain's roinDletc reply to the Amerleaii
cnnmutnlratlon concerning contraband and
neutra shinnlnar revealed mat uutland doe
not intend to relax her vigilance on the
shipments or foodstuffs to Germany and
announces mat measures are in ronwn
nlailon to retaliate against submarine at
tacks by Germany on British merchant
The warning In Ibe British note that If
fiermany abandons me principies or inter
national law by reruslng to verify the char
aeter or a merchant snip nerore aitarK
lng It Kngland may not be bound by ttio
rules hitherto accepted Wierted Into the
general situation further uncertainties on
wblch the developments or the next few
days were generally expected lo have an
Important bearing. j
While officials at the While House and
state department did not discuss what
might be done It any A)nerlcan vessels
or lives should be lost In the war tones
it wat admitted on all sides thai the situa-
tion was fraught With many grave poskl-
bllltiot. Ambassador Oercrd's dispatches continued
to give the text or aim American editorials
being printed In semi-official papera In
(iermany. Officials or the Washington gov-
ernment however were confident or the
rights or- the Washington government and
pointed out that a position similar to that
or the United States had been adopted by
practically all the other neutrals or the
Representatives or the fierman govern-
ment are entirely frlendlv in their con
ferences wllli Amhassadoi Gerard and
Hiero Is nothing t show that officially
there has been any change In the good
relations which have hltheVto existed.
The manner or carrying; out the sub-
marine campaign is awaited here with
considerable anxiety. It was hoped that
on account or the tact negotiations were
still pending with neutral governments
that "the Herman proclamation would not
actually be carried Into erfect for a few
days although scheduled to be put Into
force at midnight tonight Matty Ameri-
can vessels would be In the war lone in
the next rcw (lays having' lert tbc United
stales berorc the German proclamation was
made public and Iheso Wilt be arrnrded.
It Is believed an opportunlly 10 reach
The . recent suggestion rrom German
sources that American merchantmen might
escape aiuck and secure safety ir con-
voyed by an American warship has not
met wllli approval in naval circles here.
It was pointed out today that no nival
captain would be willing to assume rull
n-sponslblllty for ihe non-contraband char-
acter of the cargo or any American ship
which might rail in with Ids vessel and
ciaim nis protection as an adequate search
vi lie- mcrcnaniman on u
would be out of the aucsllun
Furthermore It Is suggested that lite
threatened Hrillsti retaliation for Ilia tier
man war rone order may be the Issue or
nolleo or a blockade or the German coast.
in tnai rase not even an American man
'or-war would have Hie right to pass the
ntocaaae unes atone much less with a con
voy or merchant ships.
lormal notice by the British or Ibe
niocKaue ana recognition uf It by lite
1 nuea states would at once remove rron
Hie field of diplomatic negotiations at!
questions relating to the. right or neutral
nations to send cargoes of rood to the
rivu population or tne blockaded slate.
For Many Homes
Indigestion and constipation are two
conditions closely related and tho cause
of much physical sulTering.
The tendency to indulge one's appe-
tite Is general so that most people sur-
fer at tome timo or another rrom rebel-
lion of the overtaxed organs or diges-
tion and elimination. A simple pleas
tally effective remedy that will quickly
relieve the congestion .Of poisonous
waate and restore regularity Is the
combination or simple laxative herb
with pepsin sold fln drug More? under
trie name or Dr. Caldwetl'a Syrup Pep-
sin. This it a mild pleasant laxattve-
lontc and digastant. absolutely free
rrom opiates or narrotle drugs and has
heen the standard household remedy In
countless hornet ror many years. A
free trial bottle can be obtained by
writing . 10 Dr W. D. Caldwell 482
Washington St.. Montlcello ills.
Didn't Hurl a
Tell the Truth
We absolutely defy competition In' work-
manship and material used. Wa will
tve S50.UU to any one proving that we
have put on a gold crown made of
less than -'.' K gold plate.
We see punk work evrry day that
some cubical. High priced gentlemen
have doné that we would not allow to
fi out of the orrica. Are we busy?
tall at our of rice and ace.
NEW YORK PAINLESS
Cor. Mesa and Texas Sts.
Mlberherg's Jewelry Store Is beaeaih us
For Sale Cheap
Two high grade National Cash
Registers. Apply and see. Base-
ment Boston Store 310 K. Overland
St. El Paso.
The Best or All l.aiallvrs.
When the proper dose la taken the effect
of Chamberlain's Tablets Is so natural that
you dn nut realice that it baa been
produced by a medicine. Mrs. F. J. Braun
Fort Wayne. Ind.. writes: '-Last ru 1 used
bottle nr chamberlain's Tablet anil have
never seen incir equal ror constipation.'
sold by all dealers. (Advertisement.)
Drain of Rosreil n. Horne.
BosvrJl It. Home agpd ii. died Monday.
February 15 1 the home or bis párenla
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Home 2000 Ban Jose
streel. Funeral servbaes will be bold Itlon
day at 10.-30 a. in. at lite McBean Simmons
ana iiartrord chapel conducted by Mr. .S
II. Shirley or the Christian Science church
Monday ariernood Ihe body will be taken
to Hie former home Milwaukee Wit. for
Interment- accompanied by the bereaved
pareóla and slslor Hits Horne. Deceased
nad Deep a resident or 11 Paso ror the
past two years.
Mrs. Mary Hianrlt Oles In Trinidad.
Friends or Mrs. Mary A. Illgneit will bo
sorry m iarn or ner nenn in Trinidad
Colo. Friday February IS it the home ol
her daughter Mrs. U. E. Ktayton. Mrs
Hlgnell was the motlier or Mr. W. H: -An
derson sirs. Klla Hodge and J. E. Hlgiieit
or El Paso and lived here with Iter chil-
dren going to Colorado some time ago to
visit her daughter and son M. p. ilignett.
mrs. Aiiarrsou wnu nas uecn 111 Dallas
attended the funeral which was held a1
Fuaaral of Mrs. Llpsey.
t The funeral of Mrs. Llpsey. wife of It
n. Lipsoy was lield yesterday arternoon
from the chapel or the McBean. Simmons
and Hartford undertaking parlors on North
Manten street. I lie burial was at Ever
green cemetery. Mrs. I.lpaey ia urvlvcd
liy her husband. II. If. Mptey her mother
Mrs. Albert Handera and Iwo sisters all of
Chicago. For some time past Mrs. Uipsey
iwu resinen on a raneti near viiiiuires v 81.
I He ('.cuts Pravas II.'
A Generous Offer. Cut out this ad. en-
close with 5 cents lo Foley It Co. Chicago
III. and Ibev will send vou our trial nsrk-
ns':s ui ruiey a 11 míe y ano lar '.oiiipounn
for coughs colds croup bronchial and la-
grippe cougna; Foley Kidney Pills and Foley
ror Hie ui juur lowu Dy
-i AUTwriiieuH ui.;
Owl Drug store
STATE NATIONAL BANK
EaTTABUSHED APRIL 1881.
CAPTTAIX SUKPIiCS AND PKOITO. $400000.00
Interest Paid on Savings Accounts
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN. Vlee-Prt.
GEORGE) IX FLORY. Cashier.
C. R. MOREHEA n Preaident.
C. N. BA8SETT. Vice-President.
L. J. OEUrHRIJrT. Asa. Caaatar.
We pay hugrheac prloaa on fedkaml and i iiawtllattl Tlatf aaoncy.
taty Natlotutl Bank Building; Room . Phcmo Mis.
DEMANDS OF JAPAN
MADE UPON CHINA
MUCH INTEREST 19 FKLT IN OFFICIAL
CIRCLES IN WASHINGTON BUT 8KC-
HK V SURROUNDS NEGOTIATIONS.
Follry and Inlrnrliv
Involved In Sltiiallon.
By lAe Atocinte& I'rcx
Washington Feb. 17. rress dispatches
from Peking and Tokio concerning the
Japanese demands on China attracted much
Interest here today but officials of the
United Slates government and diplómate
at the Japanese and olher embassies would
not diucuis them in any way.
The United States government has been
In close touch with developments along
with (treat Britain. France arid Russia
through 'tho embassies and legations in
Kurope as well aa at Tokio and Peking.
Also 7 Secretary Bryan and Ambassador
Chinda are understood to have discussed
the situation informally here.
Ofrirlals and diplomats have favored
throughout a policy or rigid secrecy. tn
understanding from the best Informed
sources Is that Ihe Japanese demands as
revealed lo the powers relate to certain
localities and do not concern China as a
whole affecting only sections of Shan
Tung southern Manchuria and inner Mon-
golia. The recent statement given to ihe press
by the Tokio foreign orrice had also heen
communicated to the powers. Brleriy it
assured them that nothing In the Japanese
demands Interfered with the territorial In-
tegrity of China or the principle or equal
opportunlly In the Far East. Tbls tended
to clarify the situation which had been
somewhat confused for forelm overo-
ments by various rumors and reports of
extensive plans for commercial extension
nirh scasJbv Japan In China.
ters today that nothing thus far hid de-
veloped which occasioned any formal In
quiries rrom Ihe United Plates to Japan
on the subject or-raised any apprehension
that 4he "open door" policy to which tho
United States and the powers were com-
mitted by Secretary Hay during Mckinley's
aiiininisii-ation won in do adversely ar
Railway concesaiotts mining privileges
and other rights previously enjoyed by
t iermany in the province or snan lung
and an extension or tne terms or leases al-
ready held by Japan in southern Man-
churia and Inner Mongolia and new rall-
wav concessions in these regions are in-
cluded in the Japanese demands with the
added provisions that in southern Man-
churia and Inner Mongolia me employment
by China or any foreign "political mili-
tary or financial advisers should not be
consummated without tho consent or Japan.
Also Japan desires that ir China plans
the rioatlng or any loans Willi any third
power based on revenues or properties In
southern Manchuria and Inner Mongolia
Japan should first be consulted. Similarly
Jtpan aaks that China shall grant no com-
peting concessions lo any third power In
this same section without first discussing
the subject with Hie Tokio government and
obtaining its consent.
As ror the demand that no ports harbors
or Islands off ihe coast or china be coded
to any third power. Japan claims lo have
included ihls in line with her beller that
integrity or China can b-st be preserved
by the discontinuance or the policy of ced
ing or leasing Chinese territory lo foreign
.in i hi n contemplated a mura mure e
plan for expansion In China by obliging the
Chinese republic Itself lo obtain the con
sent of Japan before employing any foreign
political military or financial officials it
was said that while various rumors of this
kind have been transmitted m. officials and
diplomats here rrom time to time since tie-
negotiations began the memorandum final-
ly trlven to the powers which conslllules
it la believed the present basis of nego
tiations is Known noi 10 netr out tne un-
None Half Bo Good as Chamberlain's.
"1 have tried a number or cough medi-
cines ror the children but never round any
tiair to good as Chamberlain's cough Item
cdv." writes Mrs. Alex. 'Johnson new
Haven. Ind. "It will not only check croup
but will cure a congrí or cold quicker than
any other remedy we have used. The chil-
dren like it and I know it cannot do them
harm as It Is free from opiatas." For sale
by all dealers. (Advertisement.)
LOGUTNG BORDERLAND ROUTE.
Harry Lorke to Ca Over Boad Between Here
and baa piefo.
That I I Paso's race r to Phoenix at the
tone of the Arizona Slate fair ran bo and
will be made Hit greatest road attraction
for drivers of class Is the statement of
Harry l.ockc now In El Paso rrom Phoenix.
Locke is visiting In this mslrlct prepara-
tory to starting Tor Arizona on a logging
trip or the El Piso to San Diego Border-
land route. He will leave Friday morning.
Locke slates that the course between F.I
Paso snd Phoenix is the rtnett in Hie weal
ror road racing. He predicts that many or
the best' drivers In tne United Stales will
clioose this course ta preference to the
Coast to Phoenix route in the next fall race
and he believes that the F.l Paso lo San
Diego race Is a poaglbrmy.
Mr. Lorke it at the present time com-
pleting the first real log Of the course from
the Pass City lo the coast over Ihe Border
land route. It will be pot out In booklet
form and distributed free throughout the
whole of Hie aoulhwesf. ft will Include
definite facts or the road conditions or the
road rrom town to town gatollue and water
stations directions distances and many
other rai ls which will be or Inestimable
vtlua to the motorist macmg his way weal
lo the falra over the Borderland.
The rirtt half of the log between San
Diego and Phoenix- has been completed and
it ready now ror the primers. While in
the city l.oeke will arrange for the distri-
bution locally or the log books when fin-
ished. He will then start by automobile
toward the Arizona rápita! M. L. Saquín
of Ihe Velle agency will drive the car ovar
the Borderland while Locke makes hit
Tac object or the Borderland map Is that
the traveling public may make use of ac-
credited facia of road conditions and mav
have definite lines on which to plan their
travel from day lo day during the rush of
traffic west for the California fairs.
IF sou want to reach all the people all UM
lime use met want AOs
We will write "Finis" to the
final dean-tip in
Men's Winter Suits and Coate
at One-Third Off the Regular
This means that you may purchase
any of these handsome rail and
winter Suits and Coats at such re-
ductions an these:
$30.00 Suits or Coats . . $20.00
$25.00 Suits or Coats . . $16.65
$20.00 Suits or Coats. . $13.33
$16.00 Suits or Coats . . $12.00
$15.00 Suits or Coats. $10.00
and the aame proportion of under-
pricing on better trades.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
the best clothes makers in America
contribute to these offerings.
We Invite you to atop In and ace
these dressy new
They're quite the handeomoBt styles
we've ever shown and very mod-
estly priced. SS.O0 and upward.
in silk madras percale crape and
mercerised cotton 91.50 upward to
Ehnery Guaranteed Shirts 91.00 and
New Spring Neckwear
Beautiful colorings and combina-
tions In the wide end four-ln-hands
2 be and up.
In soiaeUe silk madras. Bilk and
mercerized cotton in one and two
piece etylea. 91.00 up to 910.00.
Men's Night Shirta
DOC lO fV.VU.
-AT THE "POPULOr-
Stop in today and let us show
you tnese new arrivals.
Waring tHia Faslltf anable
Modas in Wainan's Tail-
arad Suits popular special
The buying organization of the "Popular" has been exerting
every effort to produce a limited number of suits to sell at this
popular price that would exceed in every way any that were
ever offered before.
Just how well we have succeeded will be shown by this special
grouping we have arranged for today's selling and we do
not hesitate a minute in saying that these are suit values with-
out equal in El Paso.
Short coats medium nuns narrow shoulders belted and pocketed
military etfecta Norfolk effects ripple short tunic effects flaring or
pleated full skirts. Shepherd checks of various atxes gabardines
vigorratia aerges. poplins novcltiee. mack navy new Uluea neutral
shades. Luxurious Bilk and pouu dc cygrie lining; -and most important
of all careful perfect workmanship that assures perfection of fil and
service. This Is what wo offer to you in these splendid 00
(Sises for very large medium or small women and mlwies.)
These Beautiful New Frocks
Have Created Many
Fascinatingly clever In design exquisite In ooltihnmton of -material
and modest in price. This quito expresses these dainty creations but
does not describe lhem--cven a partial description would fail to
properly convey n tenth of their charm. KrockB for formal and semi-
formal affairs frocks dunstyti and frocks for afternoon wear. Featur-
ing: the new Wllhelmlnn silhouette and the empire hodlco pussy wil-
low soft chiffon taffeta charmeuse crepe moteorv satin marvéllaux
and chiffon. In combination with. fillet laces of exquisite beauty
metal laces of regal splendor and duinty transparent and Vcnlso laces.
Neutral shades pastel shades trimmings of chiffon and ribbon roses
and Jeweled Ornaments. We Invite you to stop In and see this Wonderful
assemblajre of fascinating frocks. 1
Prices range from $15.00 $19.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00
Dresses for Children
LET US SHOW
YOU THE NEW
There's a choice of more
than 60 models ln these
bjintsnte selections and
the BirnnRost feature Is tho
military and convertible
collars. Crepe de chine
chiffon transparent lace
and wash silka a won-
derful assortment of
Hnapffy. dressy styles that
portrays the newest style
$1.95 $2.95 $4.95.
Of course you are preparing planning for a new wardrobe
for the children and what better time than now to soleot i(?
The new styles reveal n charming .simplicity yet not tort
severe. Childish fashions In many Instances ere replicas of
those used tor milady's frocks the high waist lino tho flar-
ing skirt and the many military touches these combine to
inn hi' this spring's models quite the prettiest we have ever
tseen. Materials are Imported ginghams and madras fabrics
linens and. linones crapes and chaliics. The color combina-
tions and contrasts present a splendid choleo of the moBt
favored shades. Tho price range Is broad
95c $1.45 $1.95 $2.45 $2.95 and up.
These are shown in sizes for children up to 16 years.
3300 to all
Ask to see the new "Chin
Chin" Pumps the latest in
women's street footwear
$4.00 and $5.00.
GAINS NO SUPPORT
GOVKRMKT HIIIP rlJHCIIASK BILI.
rt'siiEi). niitoi t;ii the iioi'nk noes
Mil MINI I III OTPOMTION
I. Hulls III Be Made In Make Further
t.hanurs In a Cunlerrnre Tbat Will
Be Held Today.
Uulkc Atadte4 Prraa
Washington Feb. 17. The amended gov-
ernment ship purchase bill rushed tbrouth
the house early today ratted to gain ground
when it reached the senate and administra-
tion leaders today were In doubt aa lo what
would be lis rale.
Early in the day It was discovered that
ihe amended bill had railed to satisfy re-
calcitrant Demócrata or Prurresalve-Hepub-llcans.
Without support or either or tbeae
rarttuns It could not be pasted. In this ill
uatlon too regular DeniorraUc leaders real-
ized tbat nothing could be done unless
tome fchangv in the measure could be e.f
Feature Bill Today at the
Jesse L. Lasky Presents
In the New York Success
Adapted From the Play of
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
reeled In conference but ait their efforta to
send lite amended bill to conference failed.
Another attempt will ne made tomorrow
and then rtcpuhlleaii leader who m-1-1 Hie
bill Is dead are expected - to demand an
understanding; that appropriation lull v ill
be taken up before they cease their oppo-
sition. Interest centered today In the special sen-
ate committee' inquiry Into charges or out-
side Influence eobearnlng the 1 1 1 1 meas-
ure. At the first of the aearlnns Bernard
N. Haker or Baltimore formerly connected
with the Atlantic Transport company told
the committee of conferences with Heere
tary or the Treasury Mr.adon. In which hd
told the. secretary that entnty per cent of
fnreiim ships tied up In American ports be-
came of tho war could not be considered
as available for purchase by the United
States for freight service because they were
passenrer vessels. Mr. Baker also slated
that W. I. Klckél an orrieial or the llani-burr-Amrrlran
line had told him he had
received orders from in German govern-
ment not 10 sell any v-cscl in American
ports to the ('tilled States.
This testimony prmupieil the cnmmiltcc
to summon Mr. Blrkel. wbn will appear to-
morrow. Wallace Uowney a ew York
ship builder also has nrrn summoned.
I. ate in the day administration leaders
held a long conference and Postmaster Den-
eral Burleson discussed with them appro-
priation bills to be taken up In ease the
shipping bill goes to conference or H
pigeon holed. No agreement was reached
but many senators hell veil In some' way
the work of grinding out appropriation billa
BERT C. GACNON
and EDITH POLLOCK
THE LYRIC PLAYERS
"The Two Orphans"
Sat. and Sun. . . I 5c to 25c
Night 1 5c to 50c
Big U Two-reel Drama
Featuring Murdock afcQuarrle.
MARY I M.I.i:il In -Till : BIIIBE"
Tomorrow King baggot
AH BUr Program Haturday :
Blllle Ritchie. Grace Cunard and
would be undertaken wnnln the next day
Despite the uncertainty of lite situation
both senate and house leaders expressed
confidence that there would bo no extra
session or congress. The report perslstett
TODAY PKBRUARY IS
Return of tho
GLASS I'l.wi Its
By Request Special A
Thursday Matinee. . . 1UC
"MRS. WIGGS OF THE
Tonight 15c to 50c
Opening Friday 1 b. is
"THE CHORDS LADY"
that as many of tho supply meaHtires us
an be passed before toaren A wllf be dis-
posed or ami thai if Joint resolution con-
tinued -existing appropriations for other
departments would be adopted wherever
"THE VISION of the SHEPHERD"
Two-act Bellg Drama.
II 1 . KM - si ;iit WEEKLY"
important Current Events.
SUNDAY "C. OÍ D."
Broadway Star Comedy In Three
World's Greatest Comedy
Chas. Chaplin and
Come Early. Turned 'Em
Away Last Night.
BIGGER CROWDS EX I'ECTKD
Show Hurt aa EolUnra) ;
II '.SO I on. 2:;t0. 4:00. 5:0
7:00 8:80 10:00.
AdntlaudOD 11:80 to p. in.:
t lilldrcu 10e; Adult a5c
After 0 p. m : All Seat Joe.
Featuring Aronld Daly as
Craig Kennedy Arthur B.
Reeves' Great Detective
JOLTS OF JEALOUSY"
Good American Comedy
Containing Scenes From the
Recent Earthquake Catas-
trophe in Italy.
Adulto 10c; Children Sc.
Sir Gilbert Parker'.
"SEATS Of The MIGHTY"
With Lionel Barrymore and
an All Star Cast
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El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 18, 1915, newspaper, February 18, 1915; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth197318/m1/3/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.