El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 30, 1916 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES TUESDAY MAY 30 1916.
Charged With Being
"Soused" Is Dismissed
Tiran hsriR If yon will only let me
go tM ansa. I wont never never b
up here stain. Please wilt ; win yon
Judge V . sobbed Mary i- n (tout
povrerfnl. duaky negreas a. she lean-
ed over toward Judge Ptul Thomas In
mrporatlrm ronrt veMerrtay.
Well. Ill rirlil. twal II." II til
the podge ssld. and Mary her trar-
stain. t face brightened hy irlorlnm
mile. trudged happily from the court
room. She hurt been accused of being
rtriinlt and distorting the peace.
Frank IMMM one-armed drnir fiend
given chance Saturday to leave (own
apparently did not have lime enough.
He vu arretted yeatcrday. and fined
sir In corporation rourt.
mi: Kin s tNvrx. ant w. hn MtMUt
I. r nen Here.
J. E. Bean a ratllemnn of Van llom.
Teias hs been in the rlty fnr a rew rtay
and during Ihe !. of hit wife who
han Iteen operated on for appendicitis at
the Hotel MM.
100 Rooms or Solid Comfort
Hotel Savoy ((vrrlan.l and Stanton every-
thing nets- and strictly modern: can't he
beat for the price; B.Í0 week up. Aitv.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Prescriptions filled and delivered
at ani tlm day or night Mall
Orders Filled Promptly.
A. E. RYAN & CO.
Tue Kewest and Beat Reatsursnt
Club House Cafe
IN Soulk Ki Paae si
Ethel Dm is In lassb- Dañera
Shrine aildei Dir.
MISS DAVIS STARS
IN SHRINE SHOW
With Bobby Robert She Scored
Hit in V.odevfll. at Testes
ASSAYER and CHEMIST
CEO. W. CAMERON.
Hepreseoiatlve tor Shtppera lo UM
El I'aao .smelter.
MS gas Fran. Is St KI I'aao. Tataa
P. U. boi 4.
American and Chlneaa Barrica
Booths tVt Ladles or Partlaa
208-310 8. El Paso su next tr
.01 RUM J0U?
our estimator. It will be
finished un lime.
THE TUTTLE PAINT &
2IS-M N. Klanlon. Phone IDS -2M
I mi. i 1 of Private Hlllry.
Private l.oiinle llllley company f" Twen
Ij third Infantry who according to the
tmpieal verdict committed suicide aa the
resell of BSreeaJkM loS riven a nun
inr.v funeral hy the army authorities yes
t.r.lny arprnoon. procession i i
of KM teg uncut haml and his eoinradri
marched to Ihe I HI. ill station with the re
main Which wire placed on a train t.
Greenville s. :.. for interment.
I ll.il III I li AT Mi. II I
ralnful. annoying bladder weaknesses
usually tndlratea kidney trouble and kid-
ney trouble never should be neglected.
Hark rheumatism aore nwollen or
f-urt iiiiisrlc or Joints -nil these have been
relieved hy Foley Kidney Pills. They art
roinpuy no . n i. i c-ti 1 1. nun neip v ncann
Henry liudolph Carmi ill. writes ) "l was
bothered with hurting in bark ami tral
troubled nt night and hail to ret up several
nines. BUMM taking- i ..ley kidney i ills I
deep nil night without retting up." Owl
Drug Store Adv.
option Taken for isou.MW.
Times sperlal Ciirreiipondent.
Courtland ah May -.v. -Option In pur-
chase the l.eailvllle mine here for Stíou.onn
has been taken by the i 'tilted states Btnelt-
iiib. II. flnliir and Mining cumttany which
will at on.-c tnke OVer the devel.ipineiii up
orations on in property. Tit ci.t i n s.e
Cine that no ore may be.ahlpped until the
mine II purchased. Fred A. Karla. engineer
f..r the I tilled states smelting. Ii.-riiiliig
nuil Mining company has been placed In
charge of the property. The Lca.lvllle
mine adjoins the ('.rent Western nn.l Is
yielding high grade copper ore averaging
0 per rent.
ni i i in M MluY
H.irsfnrri's Acid Phosphate.
es refreahes strengthens iieiievea
loll restores the n.ne lorcc. buy
R. B. BIAS FUEL CO.
I&I0 I iih' Mlasoiarl. Phone S4B.
All Kinds of Poultry Suppllaa
COAL. W001 AND I
Ws manufacturs our own Poultry
Or. Carl Umitn
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to ezpluln clearly why your sav-
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why your money will bo abso-
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occasion to thank us for this
Write today and ask for our
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES uJ
Three Coupons Sacar the Dsctsoawry
How to Get It
Fur (As Mars Nominal Cost of
afaaaafaiifa i sshI Duhikmtimm
F.lhel I. avis classic dancer shared the
honors with Bobby Roberts and A. Hilas Al
bron in the college playlet. ' After the
fJarne." St the first performance of the
Khclne vaudeville at the Teiat (irand the-
ater last night. The entire vaudeville pro-
gram whirls was staged produced snd
most of whlrh wss written by Bobby Rob-
erts was put through with a snap and
prerialon which In nearly every number
would have stamped the perrnrmers ss pro-
fessionals instead of amateurs.
Miss Davis formerly a student under
Mme Pavlowa. displayed grace and training
nhlch WtmM warrant her appearance on Uie
professional atare. Her flrat number was
a (Irerlan dance followed by a ballet to
dsnre. "Silver Btara." The opening dance
was done to the strain of the alluring
Connies li'lloffuian" and was charming b
Ihe watchers. Because of the loss of a slip
per In the middle of the dance unknown
to most of the audience the steps were
'unpleted with one toe dancer's slipper and
one pink -iiken . Let stocking foot. "The
loin Cakewalk" and a Spanish dance
nana" completed Miss liavla' tiiimbe
Faina Hbkman look the part of kitty
Parker In the playlet "Arpir the llame.'
Oubby Boberts who played the part of Ken
took his part In Ihe same sketch for two
years on the orpheiiin etrciilt and showed
his training to advantage. A. Miss Albro
played the mil part of Dick Malhews equal
Katherlne Rlrkman and Bnhby Robert
supplied Ihe opener. "The Rune and the
'.i.l inalogiie singing and dancing mad
up the number. "Two tittle Hearts." and
"Don't Rite the Hand That Feeds You" were
the two songs.
A novelty in amateur theatrical was
"Memories." ihe second number on the
program The bachelor's monologue as he
sat before the fire m the darkness and re
viewed his various affairs of the heart was
given by A. Iiltss Albro by whom It hsd
been wrltb-n. As he told of each former
sweetheart the sweetheart appeared
panel opening In the back drop. Those who
depleted Hi. various sweethearts were
katherlne Rlrkman Helen: Betty Whip;
June: Louise Welch Kate; Beulah Wright
H e F.ngllsh girl i Fama Hickman. France.
. I hessney played the part of Thomas
Pave Hughes and Frerr Priest drew nu-
merous nnrores In their syncopated argu
ment. "Happenings III Coonlown." Their
dialogue and solos were well executed and
their Jokes were enjoyed hy the audience.
"The slim Princesa In Song Land" was
the title .r the number by Virginia Rnrk.
Fl Paso's songbird. "Your Heart" was the
opening solo. "Sweetheart Sigh No More"
anil the "Kvenlng Song" were the re-
sponses to encores. Miss Burk's voice has
volume sweetness and power and her so
los were enjoyable.
Kddie Hlrch got off some good local hu
mor "nellsrhland was the title of his
monolgue. which was followed by a butch
Neubin Rassett was at his best last night
The Sonr of Songs" carried his audience
away with the singer. "An Old-Fashloned
buggy Utile" was his opener. A local paro
dy on the "Rosary" cauaed many laughs as
did his recitation "In 14M" given by re-
nanrlng was the theme of "The House
Party." Those who took part were: h
Hughes Fama Hickman. Paul Welch Louis
Welch. Dave Hughes. Betty White Hobby
Roberts Katherlne Hickman. Taul Rroyles.
Reulsh Wright llarrlaon White and F.llza-
demonstration of the manner In which
tare setting if "atruck" was given In the
"Try Out." Sure hands removed the set-
ting of the previous art In view of tho
audience leaving the bare stage with a
bark drop as the selling for Ihe action In
the -Try Out" J. H. Segall as Oscar Ham-
111. 1 stein took the principal part. A. E.
Rowlands wai substituted for Bobby Rob-
erts as Harrison J. Wolrr the Shakesperlan
heavy. Kddls Blch took the part or Lew
W. H. Holmes dlrecled the music.
"The Star Spangled Banner" was sung
In the final number by the members of the
KI Malda Bhrine patrol led by Mlas Vlr
g inla Murk and Newton Bassett. The audi
ence standing. Joined In the Bulging.
The vaudeville program will be repeated
This disease la nearly always caused by
a disordered stomach Corred that and
the attacks of sick headache may be avoid-
ed. Mrs. A. L. Lurkle Fast Hoihester. N.
Y.. writes: "I was a victim or sick head-
acne caused by a badlv dlaordered stom-
ach when I began taking chamberlain's
Tablets three years ago. in a rew weeks
time 1 was restored to my lormer good
bralin. tJOMinsoio everywnere. auv.
Old Copper Mine Sold.
Hy Times Sperlal Correspondent.
Phoenix Aril. May W -Controlling in
teres! In the San Juan mine ihe larrent
known deposit or copper In liraliam coun
ty has been sold ty local mining men to
1 v. Kstabrook or Miami. A new com
pany will be lonni'.i by Kstabruuk who la
one of the dlrerbirs or Hie Miami 1 Oppor
company and development of tin- properly
on an excessive scale will begin at once
Fldrldre Walker who represented Ksta
brook in the transa. Hon will ! pi. siii. nl
of the new company. J. c Adams Dr. W
cfralg ua Hlrsclifeld T i. Sparks and other
Phoenix mining nun win. bought the prop
erety last February received net retam
or over $1400 a car on tin ri-st nine cars
or ore ablpped rrom the mine
secure thii NEV authentic
Dlrtifsnsnr bouad in real
flexible leather iUiHtrated
with fuD pages in cokx
and duotood 1300 pages.
25 DICTIONARIES IN ONE
AH Dictionaries published previ-
ous to this year are out of Jote
Present or mail to
Tunes Branch 9 10S
Texas St three cou-
pons like the above with
ulnety-eaaThl oru ta to cov-
it coot of handling pack
log oterk hire etc.
MAIL A" Paatag:
5 8 St.
led riark "FJz
In the reel Universal Draxua
"JIM SLOCUM '
Cor. Boulevard auU St. Y ruin.
Eddie Lyons and i. . atoran In
a delightful comedy
GOOD NIGHT NURSE"
and two other good comedies.
A St'KClAL PROGRAM
fruta and (Saturday
Vow Co tidy
W. S. MART AT OSStCUN.
can a woman rind that ah stfll torea a
man who has wrongly accused and publicly
humiliated her. when aha dlacovera that
the man really believed her rullty? This
is i lie problem that rives a new and tenw
turn to the "love Interest" In "The Primal
I. ure." new Triangle play starring w. S
Hart at the oreclan theater today and so.
Any woman who has endured the lash or
a cruel snd raise accusation will sympa-
thise with Lola LeVoyne the youthrul
Iwrolne or this play of the far northwest
Keeking to leave s little sift the work of
her own hands. In I be desk of the man
whom she ahyly and secretly loves she
Is aelsed by that man aa a thler. dragged
through the settlement and thrust into
prison before the eyes of everyone she
Her revenge romes. The man who has
misjudged her Is In his turn publicly hu-
mllisted and bears a bitter burden. But.
despite his mistakes be Is made or the
-tuff or which heroes are molded and In
time or deaperate peril be offers his lire
for the gin. Then does she still care for
At first she thinks she does not hut when
he tella her thsl she has came to occupy
his heart and mind to the exclusion of all
other women she finds that she must for-
give him. and go to bun or elae deprive
herself or her greatest happiness In lire..
The picture contains thrilling portrayals
of the derense or a border post against an
Indian attack a right with knives under
water between Hart and an Indian and re-
markable snowstorm effects.
Five Facts You Should Know
(2) That whan we correct the disordered condition we eliminate the
(8) That the sloes Is tho carrier of oo leona throughout tho body.
(4) That to successfully treat any disease orlatitstlng In tho blood ws
have to treat tho Mood ss the cause.
(I) That a 8. Oj. Is the moot rename remeey ror removing impvnoas
.from tho blood.
"THE HEART OF NORA 11 INN
"The Heart or Nora Flynn" with the
.banning actress Marie Doro is playing
a return engagement at the Alhambra to-
day. This feature when exhibited here last
month created a moat favorable Impression
on sll who saw It It reaches the best
l.asky standards. In the first place a real
human interest story is there and It is
entirely original. It inusuales one or the
most admirable tralla or Irish character.
A man or woman with a real Irish heart
cannot betray a conridence. Nothing Is more
repellant to the Irish character than to
be an Informer. Nora Flynn la only a poor
simple little servant but she has this trait
lo a remarkable degree.
Driven to bay disheartened with deser-
tion by the man she lores her reputation
as a good woman trembling In the balance
NoVa refuse! to betray her mispress. True
her mistress has done nothing for her
even plots against her but she Is staunch
In her loyalty and out of her aacrlflce
Is horn happiness to others.
Surely there never was a finer theme
ror a strong clean film play.
WIGWAMC "rOUR atOYTHH."
The Wlgwan today Is showing "Foui
"The Tangled Web"
A Suprema Drama and an
MUTT AND JEFF IN
TIHi: MESS KITCHEN
"PLAYING WITH FIRE"
8. 8. 8. Is no experiment of to-
Lday trot is a successful remedy for
I the blood that has boon s blessing
f to thousands of sufferers for the
last fifty years. There Is nothing
mrsterloua about 8. 8. 8. It Is sn
extract from native herbs roots
and bark each known for Its pecu-
liar medicinal ralue. These Ingre-
dients combine and set In a bene-
ficial and helpful way with nature.
It doesnt matter whether your
esse of blood trouble Is one of tho
many forms of Rheumatism or Ca
tarrh. Scrofula. Contagious biooo
Poison ehronlo skin trouble or any
other form of blood trouble 8. 8. 8.
will go directly to the seat of the
trouble; giving the blood S thor-
ough cleansing driving oat the Im-
ffUso In a natural way and leav-
the blood pure and refreshed
ready to do Its full duty In building
the tissues np to s normal and heal-
thy state Begin today on a bottle
of 8. 8. a and note bow soon you
will begin to feel relief. We will
gladly gire special adrice snd free
consultation. If you are In doubt
about the nature of your case write
axeoicai Department ttoom s.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA GEORGIA.
Months." a Mutual feature which Is along
unusual lines. The story Is different from
any yet offered In moving pictures.
contains a pleasing romance with a bit of
a thrill here and there. Vivian nidi and
Alfred Vosburgh are the stars.
Friday "The Fighting Hermans" a pie
lure of the entire battle of lvangorod. I
shows Ihe starts and the baltle up to the
fall or the town. The Mutual Film corpo
ration guarantees toe scenes to all be
genuine. This comiumy also claims that It
Is the only picture of Its kind authorized
hy the Oerman government ror public ex
BIJOt BILL TODAY.
"The Double cross" a special release
will be shown at the Bijou today. The pic
ture Is well made melodrama and receives
rood treatment at the hands or a rood
cast The Sellg-Weekly with some very
Interesting numbers Including the Eighth
V- 8. cavalry in action at El Paso will be
shown. "Police" "Charlie Chaplin's new
comedy will be here Friday and Saturday
THE t'MQUE WILL FEATURE TODAY
Tora Moore and Anna Mlsson in "The
Tangled Web" a supreme photo-drama and
an interesting subject will please the most
Mutt and Jeff in the Mess kitchen a
funny cartoon will also be a part of the
Mme. Petrova In "Playing With Fire"
will be hare Friday.
The Garden theater the new airdomc on
the comer or Boulevard and 3t Vraln
streets is now open snd the management
announces that the bill secured ror the
coming week Is one that wilt prove or
great Interest to the "rana." The Garden
will have first run Universal films.
WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
The romantic thriller
The only moving picture in ex-
istence which shows the entire
progress of a big battle from
start to finish. This shows the
fall of lvangorod one of the
fiercest battles of the world's
In far off Alaska had
W. a Hart's Account Book and
when the girl who loved him
tried to slip in and present him
with a gift he mistook her for the
thief and threw her into prison.
It nearly ruined their happi-
ness and made them lose their
lives but in the end love won.
"The Primal Lure" has many
thrilling scenes as you watch the
terrible fight In the water for life
the attempted burning St the
stake and the assault by the
AT THE GRECIAN
ALHAMBRA TODAY ONLY
Special return showing of the Exceptional star
In Hector Turnbull's Romance
"THE HEART OF NORA FLYNN"
This delightful Lasky Play charmed everyone when
it was here before. If you missed it then
be sure to see it now.
EL PASO THEATER
Come and Enjoy Yourself
On Sale at Ryan's Drug Store
All Attendance Records Smashed
New York Chicago Boston Philadelphia
At the Initial Showing of
In Her Million Dollar Motion Picture Novel
10000 EL PASOANS
Will Want to See it
AT THE Q RECIA N
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
THOSE WHO CAN WILL PLEASE
ARRANGE TO COME TO THE MATINEE
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 36TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 30, 1916, newspaper, May 30, 1916; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth198380/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.