El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, May 22, 1916 Page: 2 of 10
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. MAY 22. 1916
DO YOU KNOW THAT
Efficient musvllne of dog will eradicate rtbleeT
The protection of the health of children it the
flrt duty of the Nation?
Bad ttnpr li tonietlniea merely a symptom of had
Insanity route every
States tl per year?
inhabitant In the l'nlted
The V. 8. Public Health Hervli
typhus is spread by lice?
e has proven thnt
T'ntreated pellagra end In Insanity?
In the lexicon of health there la no such word as
"neutrality" against disease?
The desth rate of persona under 46 Is decreasing;
of those over 45 It Is Increasing?
URGE CUSS WILL
GRADUATE FROM ST.
Matinee for Children Will Be
Held Saturday at Texas
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS PAID
FOR LEASE ON APARTMENT HOUSE
W. G. Fenchler Pay High Price for Five Year Lease on San
Antonio Property; Large Number of Sales
Made During Week.
One hundred thou and dolían win paid
by W. II. Eenchler to L. K Hooker of
Valets for the three Mory looker apart-
ment and the automobile salesroom oh the
ground rioor of the building on the north-
rM corner or West Ban Antonio and MM
re street Friday. Mr. Fenrhi.r purchtt
rd the property as an Investment
The property l described as part of
block Mill map. It ha frontage of
t20 feet on Wall ''an Antonio alreel and
7( tect f luche on Santa Ka (Ueet
Eighteen thousand dollar wis pild In
caah ind the following property wsi ac-
cepted it the value of 1470011 on the deal:
ft feet on Oregon meet near Second
street adjoining Hie fottksf club: two lota
In Mundy heights: 00 feet on San Jarlnto
street including: lti 4. ;. ind pirt of 6.
near Second street and f6 feet on Ban
Jacinto street adjoining the Casino room
European War Summary
The Russians have achieved la part
ess of their mala object In Asiatic
Turkey the joining I hand with their
British Allies fighting agslnat the Turks
ss tas Tigris river.
Lonlncldrnt with the arrival romes s
report that the Turk hate evacuated
nrthalenea Ihelr advanced ' position on
the right hank of the Tlgrla and also
have lust to Ihs British their Uuellsm
Arenad Verdun the rightist) between
t tn trench auil i. cunan continué with
ureal tlolenee. A frenes first Une
trrnrh and slope on the west of l.e
Mort Homme have brrn raptured by the
i.ei in. his. while the i i mili have taken
two trenches on the road from Cune to
Ham ii.ii t- Berlin reporta that more than
l:j(Kl I n m li wrrr takes prisoners and
that .latees machine uuu and right
i allium were raptured ill the rrglou ol
r Mort Honune.
Northeast ef the fortrraa the French
have lakru from the Ueriuan tor llau-
drrmvot quarries and caiilured rlglity
prisoners and four machina fluus. mi
the remainder of the front the light-
ing has roB.lSted lllaiul) of artillery
duel and numerous air combata.
The latest (ásrmas official report dat-
ed ha lord ay and prrumalil rrii-rrlng
to rightist of Ibr arevleuj da re-
cords additional progresa ol the Aus-
tria arms atlslust Ibr Indiana In south
Ktivept for firman annuel. St of-
fenstte. avgalnat Ibe hi.--.ianv la the
lllouk.t nailon and north of Lake liven
which have already breo repulse it
there have br nonly arUHery duels
ea thr Itusslao front
JTwe aeroplane of the Teutoa arms
have dropped bnmba OB I aim. hgipl
killing two ami wounding several oilier
Delégales A rrioe for
Annual Convention of
United Women's Clubs
By A--. dated Pre.
New York May IM.-Several thousand
delegate arrived today to attend lb OOP
venllim of tlw lieiienl Psdenttloa ol
Women' dubs which open bare loajof
row. it li tl peeled that i least lull)
tojuo wiiijien. rrproaanilni not only avecy
stale III the union hut al.. Cuba. I'urtu
Rim the HhUllplne Japan and i.liln will
Stl' ll.l Hie SsSIIOBI
Active rajnpalglllllg In Uir inlet c-l of two
esnilidutei for the pfeildtnry of Hie or
gsmat N la- alii ail) begun.
Mia psjuusI li. MMMh of rifflfl Ohio
and Mi Joaith. Kvsni Uowlai oí i .
An' l a are the cmdldltei riw former
la first vie prasldeai of the urganlutlun.
and Ijej arrival hag Jo bald various of-
fice in Um fedi I .ill.. i
Th dslsgaisii in. in ubio and California
haw a opeio hasilqiiarteri "i muik
hotel ami u'tiiel) interviewed delsgalai in
behalf of IL
001 Unporunt i
Perry 1'enir.Lj k. i u u
theme of bar I
tilla tubj.ri i
paredoeaa probalily will i
pe neia lu mam di II ball ul the aevanUl
regtiurni armory wi - . .
elded far practical l0u peiautu
has been In MWlon since last Wednesday.
The rteleirab-s tniiu.rrow will elect the
tni ral convention officer and the offi-
cers of the various societies.
Ibe report of the resolutions committee
will be submitted Wednesday.
C a cook Helena Mont. chilrmin or
the lub-comtnltt. of the resolution com-
mlltee (ya thit the program which win
go before the convontldn win inciudo a
resolution ravorlng naUouiJ prohlblllon by
conetltiitlonal amendment. The delegates
also will be asked to pledge themaelvna u
support peí muí. nit peace program at Hie
cessation or the European war. Another
resolution would plsr the convention on
record condemning the weak divorce laws
especially In western stele.
The committee discussed proposed reso-
lutions to condemn dancing cigarette sfnok-
Ing and card ulavlng but dscldsd io legye
the questions to the ludlvldml Baptists aim
Irish Leader Puts on
Show in Chicago; Puts
Noisy Spectator Out
By Associated rresi.
Chicago Muy II Willi l.arklri the Irish
labor I Sider and founder of tlw Irish "citi-
zen army'' IV DO has been living In Chicago
for tonic time i . . . 1 from the stage or I
downtown IheitsT today and atuckiul Mat-
in. in Thniui- N. wimn a spectator who hsd
protested il some remark regarding the
llinaglim lakeo by Kngland to tupprre the
mem tjprlftnf in Ireland.
The dlsMrlMaM came during the pre.
IttUtOary atagea of a mass meeting called
b n .1 against the execution of Jame
Connolly and thirteen other Irish rcvolu-
Uonittg I ii km rhokrd and shook Newman and
. -. ..rted bin froin thu hall.
In hi address Mr. i ukm staU'd that the
I Irish rcvolutlonisla wi r i a. aisled by An-
rel spring-Hies slater or Anibssudor
-pi um Un e. who rcpii a. iit ureal lu iiaiu
Thiee rifle were slacked on the slge
Mr. I.srkln dnmaliraily bald one or Un m
Terhspi yon don't know who brought
this kind ol rifles Int.. Irlnd?" he j
-1 if course you don't baciuse lb prasi haa
invcr lold you. Will it was Angela
sjil Ing-HIci' sl.h r or Amlmsssiloi sprlng-
HtOS. II u hc who amuKKhtl tin in in
Patriotic ons panbinnnies musical com-
edie physical gymnastics harp drill
ml otlier featurea will comprise the annual
closing ere!e uf M Mary s Parochial
ICbool on May f7 and t at the Kl PaM
ll.i iter. I lie program was completed Bun
ids) by Mister Mary I ahlan of the Bisters
oi l.ureito who li the principal or tint
- i.ii Uie children who will take pari
in tne i up luirimt-nl have been itinDing
in i a i arts loi some time.
A matinee for children will be held at
in. Uieatei on .v.rlli Campbell and Teia
streets ua Saturday. May 1T7 St. Which UIM
the tun i i. iiim will lie carried out. on
Hunda) iiin inuou. May the prograru will
I uiiowiug Is the completed program to-
Kill . i altli UN namei of Ibe cblldrcn who
Minie ami Song Third Grade
Ply foi Ulrll (two a. ts Four Scenes
CASI Ul i.HAIIACTKMB!
Dorothy lien miusby' b'gbter i. Mlchrro
Mrs. unnaby ni wire k. ciirford
Mrs. LorUner Mrs ormeliy' inter
l.iilth bar Ml) child 0. Walker
Mabel ... . il- bornthy'i cousin on visit
c. McCarthy it. Bertram
Matilda nuno who steal j.uuh -
Sarah Ami. maid (rum "down kentry"
CMoe colored maid C. Faisell
Mi... Mansftald proprietor of villa in a. I. -t.
Mr. Ksaktab rinkerton-Mr. Plnkerton uhi
ratidenti or Bitten isiaud
H. Llndiay . Cody
Deborah their adopted daughter
Mrs. Beabury a "ncigliborly" neigbbor--L.
Prlscilla her dtUgHter . Minscll
I loin i Weicott the ormtby'i former
coachman 0. Downs
Maigarei an orphan J. Cummuig.s
ACT I -BCtNK I.
Arbor Day I'liiorain Little Tots
tl Paso Ueauties in si and second gradea
ACT II--ÜCENK 1.
MakuiK the i iug null ind Uth grade boj -SCI.NE
A arela of Ball a Comedy la Two Acta.
Doctor mem a renowned medical pra.
UGH! A DOSE OF
It aaliratea! It makes you sick
and you may losa a
You're bilious sluggish constipated
and Isellev you need vile dangerous
nlomel to start your liver and clean
Mere's my guarantee' Ask your
druggist for a 60 cent bottle of Dod-
snn's I.lver Tone and take a spoonful
tonight. If It doesn't start your liver
and straighten you right up better
than calomel and without grilling or
making you sick I want you to go
bai k to the atore and tl your money.
Take calomel today and tomorrow
you will feel weak and elok and nau-
seated. Don't loae a day's work. Take
a spoonful of harmless vegetable
Dodson's Uver Tone tonight and wake
up feeling; great. It' perfectly harm-
lets to give It to your children any
time. It can't salivate to let them
eat anything afterwarda. Adv.
kin Leonard prter Louist Arvin jose-
I hint candelaria Helen u'Hourke Dtn Pon-
der. Ciare. Havare. William Martin lav
iiaudoiph l rank Uunn Adelina Dell Ana I
hull h Belly. Mary Goodwin. Veda Johns
Elisabeth Wltholder Hote clay Elizabeth I
swann l lori llore Emily cowenstcin
I llituue McEulry Mercedes Bruce lull
nelaney oencvleve Deltney Elen Arneii
Uwendolya swift Miry McOurn opticus
McClllIck l aullne Price BetUlce Espinosa
Citheiine Dunne Helen Wilton Miry cant
well jane TobttT Uenevleve Walker Mar-
Ji renii.iii. Ills servant B. Ben i. n
.uikciiiIii. un l.K.vplian oracle C. Titus
I. urn siiiiicj iouiiw!llor-at-liw....C. Lain;
.cm Leary a hosllcf J. O'ltourk.-
ni ni i liieuu one ol tile lineal j. pascual
jialnr okinliiiii a reined l.ugilall officer-
aaa it. mimirr
I in. DinkeUpicl a man of family
Hans Jiikey. Willie Mlkio Mcndier oi uhj
i. kelly C. Ullilsple B. Krause.
lniie the bob).
raiilnniline. Star Bpamrlt'd Banner
l oui'th and i mu Grades
Hid True American IL Liudsay
leu p Drill i ii in and BUIb made
otil erring of inploinaa.
Awardiug of Meiul.s and Premiums.
Address by Jlev. Ed. MUTy a j.
crj.iii.itc. of Grammar School.
Messrs hatheiliio Clllionl Josephine Ml
cliero Lola Lehoy lay iloodmni
William Berrien Ocruld Downs
ti uimrke Dewey Sears Frank iiiiiko
Hilly krausr. Cann-iiu Lane chirle Tl
tus and Joseph kelly.
miiiic tad hong b) Tblrd Crude Boy.
Ai tlnir ttuodloe Arthur .Mac- lulph "i
ly. i'blo Utiti JaDiei Unutli Frtncli
korgw Vicior Monloya Qeorge Want ná-
car UIDOaai. OSall Wauh. Donovan Waugh
Challo Mckay Frsuk mum Aniceto til
ta Cecyl Pollock Francis CeUtwell lOU)l
Plait Daniel Poiulor June Clifford Jo
rej.h Cnraon William Mirtln Joseph M1-
ton John aklner Willie Neugebiucr James
.Mai. il in ocoige mi Midan Pínuelet!
Lcun brlllon. Joseph Wiir.
Arbur Day Pauoraina.
un. . ii Kgtherlne Dunne
j agea Leo Morgan Jack -wan. Harold Do)
i .un .11 Itublu.
Eilttbetl) Wltholder Eleanor Ml ED
Mary UoodWliL Julia DelllMy Vedi Jo
ye IU lllcy 1 lili I) l.en-ieiii.
ea. Maty cmtweii.
(Continued from Page One.)
aim. I luy have no doubt that Pershing
can defeat any force of Meilctn troops
opposing- him but they are Inclined io re-
sent the northward movement of t po-
tentially offeualve force under the cloak of
en operation. Army orflcer believe the
I" revino army should be .enuring the
n in un. for Villa t task suspended by
1 1 1 .mug s torce sfler the Ptrrsl stuck
i a i en ii a Preparing Protocol.
The -cue department has been advised
ih.it carranza I preparing s protocol of hi
to be submitted to Secretary I. an
The main provisión aa given li
foreeailt will bo a demand that a derinliv
lime he fixed and it an early date
U. Downs withdrawal of American troops that
Piece of Furniture
depends primarily on the material used and the care
exercised in its construction. From a strictly utilitarian
standpoint nothing more is required. But to be wholly
satisfactory it must be correctly designed must possess
that intangible qualityvve call style.
Before any piece gets on our floors it must have passed
muster on all these points.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
109-111-113 San Francisco St.
i.ciprocal arrangement be nude In the
f irm of i formal treaty for future ex
pedilloiis and that In no event shall any
force except cavalry be lent by either na
linn icio the oinei' frontier and then
only in limited numbers and for a staled
The L'nlted states will reject all these
proposals it wag indicated today until the
objects uf the present .Mexican expedition
Ill Mini li TF.XAN MILITIAMEN
MAY FACE CuL'RT MARTIAL.
Washington May m. Failure or more
than one hundred enlisted-men of the Texas
ii.iiioii.il guard to respond to the call fur
duty along the Mexican border l declared
here to subject theae men to the action of
The Washington Times this afternoon
says; "line buudrcd and sixteen enllaiod
ue n of the Text! national guard rice court-
martial today for refusing to respond to
the call Mr -.une un the Mexican border.
The luck rnllltlt law. under which the
guurdunen were called out. provides for
such courtmartial but leave it discretion-
ary with the war department. II court
martial I derided upon II will be ordeinl
as in object Icsaou to show the mllltls Us
duly to the Inderal government. Failure
ol i he militia to meet the proem emu
kency 1 the biggest problem the war dc
i . i luí 1 1 1 now ha to dual with in tie
Mexican situation. Ueneral Funslon is aald
lo ie preparing ki requeal mure coast ur
lillerymen sun c alter twelve diy he bis
received no help i j um the mllltl. and since
llus delay has cuiupellud him. to withdraw
tioopa from Mexico to guard Ibe border.
. Adrian lotnu
. ..vua Wilsoi
xpreted to w Hie
dlscuel in tne
ii taken b Mr.
11111 Tex. aa the
'. "Ttntrtllng nn
H4y Sabbath st UagUat laiiriilioa
Wy Associated presa
Mlantapoiu. Minn. May ji Devutniuai
services and sarmoa bj i iduig itatg iiii. m
7 i bun in . made up llw i rogum to.lasy
of the orüierii Biplial coiivrriiioi hu.n
Muubr I euils la llreyon.
By Aurlted ITcss.
l'ortlnrt uie . May l sixty i n III ol
Uie vote cast in list Friday a slate wide
primary elr.tion counted ami Willi all but
lour of the thirty. iivu rounttea btard le in.
it bui ame apparent Uial or Un nnarl) hm.
uuu Hpubllcii vol cast. Charlea I lliighe
received clear majoiu over ill oilier
k nilal candidal)' of apprutiinab i i. .
uuu. in. pluratlty ovar asnitor liben p.
cummins will be appruxlmatül) . while
mnilnr wtununs bis rvceiwM) mure than
iwne an many rote a. foruiej üeniloi
in ii re E. Burton or 01 lo
The vol received by Colonel Kooievell
r.ir th" nouiinaUon was Ml) negligible al
though ou tin- Progressive hail .t l.e i.
c ued the vote of n ji party as Us PjOiuJ
i i ai the state oxer appeared to have
toted unaniuiouly tor pn si nm vsn- i
VI entera Urnaipl HI.
Ily Associated Press.
rugad. W. Y. May Me )i M. i liurcu and
.au Matbcy foriuer Prllui'luu and WU :n
chainploni won the Tuxedo dotiblei eupj
i al Di the rinil of the "round i hin"
l mus doubles tournament they 1 l. i i
Mle and A. H. Dabnry. i.o.i i
era of the cup for three cunseculite years
6 3 t-3.
TIm- duly i ii i friHif storacei tn KI fawu
WESTERN TRANSFER AMD STORAGE CO.
i'iioue aa jxo b.
LEVY GROCERY COMPANY CISD
Specials for Saturday
10 Iba. Pote. 25c 2 Callón Cana Pió Paaxhe 55c
6 iba New PoUloea 25c Belle Springi Buttar. lb 35c
3 Iba. Evsxporatad Apple- 25c Strict! Fraah Egga doz. . . .25c
Trade With U. and Sava Money.
06 and aVOO 204 and 206 E. Overland St.
Mail Order Prompt Attention.
i uuluie i i n i.
mmiUmih mn "ori
Was tara curl Vtort
jaerloan i lower oiri I u
IniUli llouer i III lixxcinlol.ui lfl
Japanese rioxver Oirl bessle i.luj Merce
ilea Hi ucc.
Il.sxütliu lloxvcr t'drl Una iteye
llcall li e 1.1-h !lloa l.lltaiieiii ni ni e n.iia
Mac Allen Mary Jane Lipalnt. Jane robla
lay Mat Ncbse Lilian McCtlUcg Uainc
Vl 11. 11.
ii Mali ....Frederick lineron
.d Woman Maüeleu. I i and
ii. . i u "J aJJ
Tbe Mai tipauuled Haunrr.
Mary Jaiue raubuiiiine I'uurlli and l iflh
Maiirarct Miihahy. NalUIll Mulcalij. Ilia
U. Medie telc Medley Annie Hoy Mar-
garel u Hoiuke Madeline Lyons Ml) Med-
in .nd Mamaret llenii. ..-y. Itruia price
i iiii Walher. Nellie U'Hoursv Mabel Jobat-
aou lily Mae Miner Maigai-l lam. uia
a..Ullauoa Maud i ue Juhu LtnglnoUI al
find wuiioldci iiuie'ii PeU'is T bonus
nelarla l.nseibcii NvngelUnci Ulllle ml
Ul Han louder. ItuUuipli UtlUaUl lineal
bultaWi Marry llu)'l.
Hatea in ..i. fedna Taloi Klelen lou
Man a l.eililoU Veil Cobb JOMphUM i III
fold i.l.. l al tin. liable i.i a .o Hatel
Uiioji lleniictta Sanclui. Msrgarel xin.ar-
bo ired Ulleuian Lyui üarwin Mmaell
BWr killuyo Duijan kVtUOUtM Uiaucli
Making llxe lla
Joseph ll'ter NMlliam Moiuan Janiea
h nifiu uufold Itussell John mi-. ill. Jona
. aakey DtrlU Maui- H Waiter Maul till
i.ud i yon oeorge kvani Lewli cartun
i i alien kUy. I i-.i butuirr Lluuel Llud'
at M'lden rtraielee. Iiancla caniwcll
X iucu canlxxeii Kniiaid Amador. Hillary
-an net Paul M. Mad . William (aieoai
i n.v nilauii William Maccaiuiavli l.uuux'l
ciuiUi Joseph Wilson Jtoaei Magoftiu.
Kl Ptau Ueaulie.
Thute Uking fttt
Mist Catttsrloe tiriffilli the leading betu-
lluntur Jo. .in Mel amo. Jolui Jaowi.
i raiu-la Morgan. Weldon hurbhwad I'rsnrl
Waiuock Leslie In in el. ixgvld hutlner.
i .li. une O'Neill Mary csiLh.ii). Marie
) laucarte hora Labe. Helen kan. Oiauy
I inn u. áulica
deea MUier in.iuUI Wade Sofia t
fauoaia Paul Arvtu. Leus Irwm. Wilitani
l ieiiuea ethyl Millurd PbiUp WUf. Iran
) ilintTTl. atspaaa Caskejr Meuneut
-eiiusiattV stonuarda CasUlle fiano. uat-
IT NSTON IIEtlKIVKS REPORT
UF II Mils M. vil PHEhlUIO.
Iiy Interuatloiial News letVlM
Su Antonio Te.t My It uenerai i un-
..ton received Uidy a report from Lloiiten-
nut Smsiley oftlie Fourteenth cavalry at
larra. on the recent raid on Ihc buck Poole
uod Vtldea rtnebe near Preildlo. Sinalley
wired thai four Mexican horae thieves raid-
ed the ranche last Monday night and ran
off twenty horr ciciplng with them
across the Hlo tlrinde.
I'Ih) tleutenint did not title whether the
four btndita ctnin from the Mexican side
oi not. Ueneral lunston had wired lo
Majur Myera asking about tins rant and
in the aii..eiu e of the major down on the
border amalle answered.
i. nei al Kunston has not yet received any
report from Conaul Letcher nor any inror
mailon that the' consul u comma- lo sin
Antonio to Inform lam of conditions cviat-
Uk around Chlhuihua.
PERMIINU MOVING ktAUC
Mill Ml FROM N AMIIJ1 IF A.
Uy Assciciated l're.
Coluuibu N. M. May i.--l'ioui reporta
tbst supplle tnd rttloii are bciui uioxcd
back firieuo tulle north from amlu.ulp
ud a camp being ealabllshcd it la believed
must advanced base for Uie coining ismy
eeaaun bta becu decided upon.
Thu undeslrabllity of the cinp silo it
.Nanuqulpa I believed Ui DBV tro ligo I tne
cisiou. ."xeany an in i" ihoko him
uipaniea tro ttill lu Uie BUerloi baVUitM
the inuncnte ansiuni oi i-e-ene supiyuoa
bi Uie uew location. "Motor Wuck driver
icisirl Ihll Ul truca lutve becu In u.c o
onstantly tnt sovi rai oi i... ..a.. .
ku rruui mi i heated engines nd bunted
listed luy and nam in tarts tjuauuur
lor bone la being neo iwwasw uy mui.
tiaiua. hufflcienl reserve of ranún bat
been idled up tl the ub-be tnd none
been ituppeu ill 100 pi iviaj
U'Nal brUh Opens kessleu
by Assucisled PI'.
Cleveland limo -lay "
uidav of th)' tlkly fourUi uiuui
convention of the gTUid ledge of dutria
o In.lroi lull III Uliici oi D mil".
x tilrnded by I Bieinbert of the order
rron heulurky Ohio. Mlourl Louilna
Indiana and New Mexico.
i in. i ol welcouie reporU uf commit
tees tod unanimous choice of MtlUn A.
Mark of Cleveland and Jacob I ui in. of
at. Louis i director of Uw orphan asy-
lum occupied lbs looming seaatuo.
ratter Flo a era ler aalur.
By aesocUied I'rea.
V York. May it.--Carrying t deetUsvtd
ur flower and gay with flsg. t uuultlure
warship vv la u died In Uw Hudson river
Floating sea am it sank acatu-rlug flow
ñ over the vxaler lit snetnory of the Amerl
U .1111 m UHi
HmtM were held by the
Veterans aiu-a uy uarti
Shamrock Circle to Send Bandanna Handkerchiefs
to El Paso "Boys" in Texas National Guafd
By JIT.1A LEE BROWN.
The "Rhunrork Circle" was entertained
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Edith c. l ane
III tier mime on run avuintiu. "; i .....
..aun i ..mu an me anions the members ."'ajeu
as to what the circle Intended to end to
the Milliters In Uie state mllltla. It was
inggesb'd mat each member send large
bandanna handkerchiefs for the soldiers
to wear "around their necks or use In any
wv thev liked. In the handkerchief tn
expected to enclose t paper oí very stout
"Pins:" ono member excliuned. "Why
send articles so úsele when there are so
nianv mesmilte thorns they ran use?"
It was decided to send the handkerchlefi
minus the pins.
The members of the Shamrock Circle are
Tani O'Kelth. Peter O'Kclth Mariah Ho
aoe nieil Roomer. Ruth noodman. Ito
idle Drlscoll and Helen Shy. All or thee
v. iirrn- ladle are very inTcreieu in con
irlhullnak to the relief of the soldiers on
the border. .
e.i.Miiir la an address made by Mrs
Edith C. Line president or the Sbimrock
Real Siun.shlnr Club i
.Thi. Fneh of the Inlernstlnnal
.i... ...cierv which haa been so auspi
ciously begun today will be in Ha broadest
sense a Minsnine ciuu lor wu-t
shiner means a greil -- " no- D iny
x av I charity only In to rtr that al gen
nine charity Is kindness. And that Is the
sum total of Sunshine it It to fflve cheer
... -o i-...... nee nr nationality creed or
color.' Mr the soul hungry rich as well as
the meat hungry poor it is )
m al form or Clirtstlmlty encircling within
its sheltering trtnt all wbo need lympatliy
"to 'most-El Pisotn sunshine means only
the sunshine Day Nnrsery. but tnpom"
as that Is tnd l dear as the little rulas
are to us. stinsliine na many i."
n.e letters or congratulation -lolence
the posttH "shut mi aU
o. ri' i.ns Lions ecuri.-ii nu..
era tnd other dellcacle for the lck mg
ulnei pipers tnd oooat - '
. . . ' ... limitless. The helping ero.
bllllle re llmltleis. The neiping .i)"
t of tome igeu or mini" l"""'
hiit i linns cbeerruuy I'.' - :
Ml Uiese tnd counlleti other tre the ai U
or siuishlner. Only ordinary t" '
1 1 rhu but courtesie lht ire sadly lack
rm mi." sunshine It the Oold- n Rule
ved. i ot pretched. tnd no one who lives
o to ll.l even to t itnsll degree. cn
h IP but be' . .tronger belttt VJfi
airls no eager to come into thl vxort.
I ive Uie inoit glorious opiortunltl. You
and .i here I nothing truer Hun "What
ever xe sow Uial hlll y sUo resp.
r ivx : riut" will but bloom UhrlV
. Laaaini deeds you do. There I a
vast luwre before you opportunltie M
JXmm 1. h.ghe.t and nuble! ...
. manhood YOU WbO ITÍ CntCllllg
rS women. -rer or
" cm.se. pi " "ur hi U
ii ii must Isy the foundation far ID Uie
:...a".''d dealt c nto lb" ie. JfOU wanl
Your character I lornun
spark or good In him one that your soul
tells you la worth the effort then stand
by turn even though the whole town Is
against you. When you know
you ire right take your stand tnd fight
It out inured that when the battle smoke
Is cleared away the victory will he yours
often a long htrd fought battle but the
harder the fight the greater the victory
and t pence will be In your life that
makes all that has gone before well worth
the i r fort.
"When I think of. til the wonderful
things yog girls can do in the coming
year my whole being Is inflamed with
Joy. The atd to be given in tbe civic work
or the city the helpless babes to be
sheltered and mothered tbe old hearts to
be rekindled the rerorm you may mike.
It Is wonderrul beyond wordt. The locil
papers ire so generous In their help that
I knoxv they win give the necessary space
tt any time to further your good work.
for of course all and uiythlng thit
really good benefits the city. One thing
I with to say io you particularly. Is don't
ask help from the public any oflener than
really necessary and on t ever try
U. a DAILY WEATHER UULLETTX.
Conditions thit prevailed it tbe various
weather bureau stations throughout the
L'nlted Stiles at 8 p. m. seveniy-rifth me-
ridian time yesb'rdayj
STATION AND STATE
taatra and dealn
ii . in lo mold
ata tailors and sold hurt burled i
Liffi riV's woe drop than to am. at a
mTm7SZ tad W th rue.
Vny if m al-" he
court. f 53 couvictious. .
íjFLmá one thai ctutat u. mure
uiissry asa W-I. your
uur .ir.ít.i s. you ar. trying to
.usar olbrd. snd u
wrong- -t .-g.-g njmv uxed.um keep
t-u ooV ol your csaa. prove. uU-rl
".hl Tl . go-duo l u- your euei
unworthy let ' d fl)1
.aCaTotdy.1 .. aaxowai U. ywl
iuic. -working - you. U isa Jus
L tiorthy one "to. tre ueedflil uf Jfwu
lion. ou nud tg. -tw iku .
"The business men of El Paso tre 'or
the most part remarkibly generous Mid
when asking their assistance If you free
going tn give something In return for th
rase do go. he It t play musical or a
supper sen that they get something really
good ir you cannot do that Jutt frank K
and lu a business like manner ask Uiem
for an outright contribution. The man who
Is worth while has far more respect Tor
the woman or girl who simply ask tor
some help for her pet rhrlty than he ha
for those wbo have a 'smooth game' and
nothing more. ou can approach tne aver-
Ige man. In a straight-forward way tnd In
most cases rrcelve the help you arp eek-
Ing ir not don't be 'catty' tbout It. He
may have reasons known only to htmseir.
"To sy that 1 am Joyful over the Sham-
rock circle coming Into existence and that
I wish every one of you year or honor
and success. I putting It very mildly. My
heart Is overriowiug with reeling! that I
seem unable to exprés but perhaps It I
well for this 1 a lengthy enough address
as it l. Your emblem signifying you
all know. Tallh Hope and Charity and
being beside that the emblem of tbe 'Auld
i oniiihrv is as beautirul at could hive
been chosen tnd I trust the gracious charm
or Ireland In her moat entrancing moments
will be wlib you now and ror always. And
remember this to be gunshlner It at
grett tn honor a one could dealre. It U
the open aesame to the best homes of not
only the I nlp-d (states but also lu nearly
every country In the old World. It Is ah
miei national sorlety. t bond or good cheer
and loyalty that encircles the globe. And
your honor your success your rime or
whatever you make or yourselves. I re-
flected not only upon this branch upon
Uie headquarters in New York but every
art of any Importance mean just ao much
l" every one or the thousand of other
Sunihtneri throughout the world o thit
your motto need must be at letal In
prf Non Nobl Solum' (not ror ourtelves
YW.C.A. Collecting Books
and Magazines for Troops
Reading mailer la needed by the aoldier
attached to Ueneral Psrthlhg'i expedition
and Mr. w. H. Hay. inténtate ecreltry lo
cited In the Y. N. C. A. building in 1 1
I'uo wUI recelvt and forward lo Use soi-
dirr uch matter aa may be donated ror
that purpo by tin- people here. El Paso
le u.. holders who find their ahelve tnd
ttlilr cluttered up with old niagaaine.
hooka and PiioxdlcaJ now have the chance
lu get rid of thrni eilly tnd tt Uie same
time perform servid" fur which the Amari-
cen soldi ra lu Mexico will be g ral ful
All they ueed do 1 tend them down to Mr.
Iay' orrice In tbe Y. M. C. A. building
and hu will do the rati.
Aran aa Meaasrtal.
By Aioclslrd Pre.
Mi. ..ion May T- Firty thousand person
alb iidcit an open-air mis it Uie ntvy yard
todty In memory or deceased soldiers
sailors and marine Tbe serviré wt ar-
ranged by the department or Massachusetts
army and navy union and was preceded
by army and rlvlr parade In which many
ojgaiuaatiooa parurl.iled. Anion Uaj
praaent xvta cardinal O'Coanell. Tbe aitv.
which wa erected tt Ilk. extreme end of
Uw parade ground was banked with grow-
ing plant and cut flower while the
muti of baiUeshlpa tnd other naval craft
mound lu the beat itu mid
k; Mo aSsartlM.
Abilene cloudy NW .. 80 86
Amarillo clear NE 10 72 76
Atlanta cloudy g 10 Ho 84
Boise cleir N 14 M as
Boston clear SE .. 5o eg
Chicago cloudy SE 18 66 66 .. .08
Cincinnati rain NE .. 64 74 .. .04
Denver cletr NW tt 66 68
Detroit cloudy E M SI 58
I ui In Ih. rtln NE 16 46 48 .. .64
El Ptso cletr W .. 80 80
Gtlveslon rtln SW 10 68 80 .. 6.08
Hvre ply. cloudy .. W .. 56 64
Jacksonville cloudy . E 10 74 82
Rowell cloudy W 10 78 82
Little Rock cloudy .. E .. 68 74 .. .10
Les Angele clear ...SW .. 68 TS
Nashville cloudy .... HE 12 74 78 .. .12
New Orleans cloudy .SW 16 78 82 ..1.92
New York cletr N .. 68 70
i una ha. cloudy W 10 62 72 .. .64
Phoenix cleir SW 10 80 tw
Rapid city pt. cloudy. N .. 63 68 i ...
Stn Antorilo cletr ... S .. 76 8 ..1.60
Santa Fe pt. (loudy..SW .. 64 68
SettUe cloudy NE 10 46 58 .. .36
Washington clear ... SE .. 66 70
Wlchltt cletr W .. 74 76
Yuma cletr SW 06 86
Note. Wind velocities or less thin 10
miles tn hour tnd tmounts of precipitation
or less than .01 of in Inch ire not published
In this table.
BANKING BY HAIL
A REQUEST for our new
free booklet. "Banking by
Mall" oarriaa with It no
obligation to open an account
tnd all we aak la an opportunity
to expíala clearly why your sav-
ings should earn 4 per cent and
why your money will be abso-
lutely safe If tent by mall to
i hi Institution. You may have
ooeaadon to thank na for thit
Write today and ask for our
EL PASO BANK
AND TRUST CO.
A Guaranty Fund Bank
El Pato Taaaa
This Ad Is Worth $2
PRESENT THIS AD AT
and we wtU accept it as flrt piyment
on one of the new form r píate
I he most remarkable achievement lu
Ell your mouth fit anybody month
(áel our arlret first -Uses arrsenl tats
Y ou hardly see toy outer class of plate
aiming Ibe lutalllgnni people In any of
tbe Urge cltle.
all werfc aaraalaeg in uallty lu yeaea
Kew System Denial Parlors
Cer. SI rase mt asa Astéalo km.
In Uie newly reuuvabd ni l. First Ns
Uunal Bank bldg.
t-lto vg ait
M I 3 -ua4ar tat la at
tealsk tea tieraaaa aaekea.
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Monday, May 22, 1916, newspaper, May 22, 1916; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth198372/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.