El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, October 19, 1917 Page: 3 of 22
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES FRIDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1917.
TAKES OWN LIFE
Mrs. ITreastta 1 rwiMl Shoots
Self in Head a. Children
i Aa Eating Dinner. .
Mrs. Elizabeth Ssuermsnn 38 years old
wss round dead with bullet wound In
her bead and with a revolver at her side In
tiSr home at Ysleta Wednesday nose. Ac
cording to the derision of Justice of the
I'oare roll the wound was self Inflicted
Mrs. Sauermann bad been In ill health
for eight months snd was lying on a bed
wnne oer live clararen were eating ain-
ner. when the renort of a run wss heard.
Sho wss dead by the time her children
or neighbors who were attracted by the
report could reach her.
She Is survived by her husband William
Seuermenn who Is connected with sn au-
tomobile repair shop In Ysleta and five
children the younirrst nine months and
the oldest seven years.
No arrangements for the funeral have
La Cruces ft. M.. Oct. t7. Another Las
cruces young man has arrived safely In
V'rence. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Archer re-
ceived word lodsy rrotn their son Andrew
Archer who is with a base hospital corps
that lio had landed safely ''somewhere
In France." Mr. Archer made a record
in getting- across naving seen in tne ser
vice six weeks.
BOY I.VUHH nv At to.
Eugene son or Mr. and Mrs. H. M.
Smith or lio; East Boulevard waa struck
by sn automobile while getting out or a
Jitne snd seriously Injured last evening.
Sedentary Habits are
very apt to result inCon-
Blipation Biliousness or
Torpidity of the Liver.
Many who are confined
indoors are' now using
both as a preventative
and a relief.
Buy a box today- '
Learn for yourself.
Hooma of Solid Comfort
A DAY UP
ÍKew steam beat phone In
every re on. Modera. Ratea
ay Use week.
Phone lis. ta. FASO. TKXAB
BANKING BY MAY
A sale and convenient siay to da
year hanking tve gira special atten-
tion to accounts Mat to us through
eaelalns ear method of ka
lata repunta aad checking eaefa ata
bv mall. A post card will bring It aad
you will ke under ae obligation.
Q PaMlaiki Tr.il Co.
SI Pato. Tasas
T. a. klstmo. O ML (i ri.lo.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUHTAMTS
GUy National Bank Uulidiai
as El rano ras
4 'Watson's Groceries
LOOK AT THIS REDUCED PRICE
ONE OF THE BEST BREAKFAST FOODS
15 cent per package
210 and 212
FIVE POINTS MEN
George Weston Elected
dent; Civic Committee Nam-
ed to Urge Better Lighting.
eiecclatlon at a meeting held at the
Wright Cleaning works on East Mon
tana in irre uve points ntisiness tstriri
li. P. Holmes; serretsry E. L. W. Polk:
treasurer. L. A. Lee. The finance com
mlttee comprises ft. P. Kolmea chairman.
I. Jaeobson and John Henrietta. The civic
commute. named to meet with the city
council and urge better lighting system
at Five Points comprises T. A. HeL
chairman. I.. A. Wright A. Maloney and
J. L.I Balentme.
The association derided that the hair
lge or advertising spsce by Five Points
merchants In the Morning Times next
Sunday would be devoted to the Liberty
The object or the association as ex
pressed In the constitution Is to promote
tne weuare or rive rotnta Business on-
iric t. by the eucouragetnent of new en-
terprises both local and for the city
or El Paso and for more Intímale busi-
ness and aoclal association with the resi-
dents la the Five Points district.
Those In sttendsnre were: A. Maloney.
L. A. Wrleht. v. W. nrvan. H. Brurktr.
1. Jarohson. t. E. Head I.. A. Lee H. P.
Holmes John Henrietta I. L. Balentlne
W. O. II road head. W. . Taylor W. F.
kirhy. J. n. Brown Oeorge W. Weston
and E. L W. Polk.
IN THE COURTS.
Austin. Texas. Oct. 17. The following
proceedings were bad In the supreme
court today: Judgments affirmed; Boutn-
we'stern Telegraph and Telephone Co. vs.
the state -if Texas from Childress roun-
tv. Motion to dismiss granted and ap-
plictlon dismissed for want or Jurisdic
tion: A. J. ueuusai vs. i-eier iiemis.
Motion to make new party etc. grant-
ed: W. A. Natthael et al vs. I. 1. Clark
Judge et al (mandamus).
Agreed motion to aiamiaa cauae granted
and cause dismissed: C. O. Thomas vs.
T. C. and C F. Mitchell Presidio county.
COt'BT or CRIMINAL APPEALS.
Austin Texas Oct. 11. The following
proceedings were had In the court of
criminal anneals today
Affirmed: Felipe Carillo from Cam-
eron county Clinton Cooper from Casa
county: I. i. Parson from Cass county;
cliff Johnson from cooae; lumiip cour
rrom Falfs; Dock Martin from Contales
Louis Terrell rrom Lamar; Walker smith
fiom Nacogdoches; N. Bcga rrom Run-
nels: Wilbur F. Lewellen from Will-
iamson. Reversed and remanded: Torlblo Cuesta-
mente from Atascosa county Louis naces
rrom Came (Judae Prendera-sal dissent
ing) Alejo Faudora rrom El raso Ira
lleney from Hood; Lavton Strickland
Irom Nacogdoches (Judge Prendcrgast
dlisentlng). lteversed snd dismissed: J.
J. Mackey. from Jenton county appeal
dismissed; George Ryan front Otlveston
county; cnaney t:iay rrom urtyson.
iteversen anu nan grantea; cx-pene
Felix B. Jones from El Paso county; Ex
pane Eugene Martin rrom Falls; Ex
parte Frank Finks rrom rills.
sunmitien on nn. r ana oral argument
for both: Mose norolns front Ualvetton
county Will Mculothln. from Dallas; D.
Mft;ary rrom dorian; norenro nevnoins
from Potter; E. E. Pleckerell. from Pot-
ior; ex parte Frank MeCaoskay rrom
Bexar. ' -.u
On brier for state: Dave Williams from
Foard county; W. F. Claunch from
i-janer: tun vanee ana u. n. rouon.
front Potter; L. W. Beck alias L. w.
im in K-r ror both: Mark Oarrett. rrom
Sabine county; Matthew Daniels from
Harrison; J axe nrintiry. rrom neo niver;
Bud Young from Orayaon; Will Collins
from Cottle; cetablno Florea rrom
on motion for rehearing: Harry Zara-
fontlc. rrom Bell county: Fay Parker
from Dallas; Floyd Moscly from Wftchlta.
aireyed and the Union Pacific railroad
passenger nation adjoining was partly
damaged by riro here today which
caused s loss estimated at IrS.floo. No
one waa hurl. The ticket orrice surrered
the most damage In the passemer station
(iniciáis of the railroad company bare
said repairs would be made Immediately.
A high wind which for a tune threatened
to aproad Iba rice to the business part
or town died down and the names were
ronrinrd to the railroad company's prop-
erty. The cause or the fire Is unknown.
How to Relieve Catarrhal
Deaf neat or Head Noiaea
ir you turre catarrh catarrhal deafness
or bead noises caused by catarrh or ir
phlegm drops Id your throat and haa
caused catarrh or the stomach or bowels
you will be glad to know that these dis-xreaatna-
avrantoma may be entirely over
come in many instances ay me following
treatment which you can easily prepare
in your own home at tuno cost: secure
Irom your druggist 1 ounce or Parmtnt
(Double Strength). This will not cost you
more iban nor. Take mis home and add
to it V. pint or hot water and t ounces of
granulated sugar; atlr until dissolved.
Take one lablespoonrul four tlmea a day.
An tnuirovemenl Is sometimes noted after
Ihe first day's treatment. Hrralhlng
should become easy while Ihe distressing
head noiaea headaches dullness cloudy
tninaing esc snouia greauauy aiaavpear
under tbe tonic action or me treatment
Loss or smell taste defective bearing
and mucus dropping In the back of the
throat are other symptoms whlrh sug-
gest tbe presence or catarrh and which
may often be overcome by title efricaclous
treatment ir nearly ninety per rent of
all ear troubles are caused by catarrh
there must be many people whose hear-
ing may be restored by mis simple home
Are Famous for duality
BEST BUY IS A
MSI 5154 5155. y
Sketches from Life
Dr. W. L. Brown Re-Elected
Cross for Another Year
Mrs. a F. Jenkins Chosen Secretary C. N. Bsssett Vice
President and Dr. H. H. Stark Treasurer at Spirited
Meeting of Patriotic Organization.
President Dr. v. L. Brown.
Vice Chairman-C. N. BaasetL
Treasurer Dr. H. H. Stark.
Secretary Mrs. B. F. Jenkins.
Executive Committee W. W. Turnev.
Myrtll Coblentx and Mra. I. A. Hawllags.
These orr:cers were elected Wednesday
night by an overwhelming rote at the
annual meeting of tbe local chapter or
American Med cross held at the Chamber
or Commerce. The result or the election
Insures a continuation of the good work
that has been performed by the local
chapter and. Judging rrom the expres-
sions of aeveral of the members. Is con
sidered a rebuke to a certain small e a-
ment that sought to cresta dissension Ui
Assails ETferta or Dlasealers.
An attempt had been made declarad
President Brown to Inject Into tbe elec-
tion tbe spirit or class hatred and rellgl-
ous strife. He roundly denounced "those
who would stoop so low as to attempt
w Disrupt an organ. xanon sucn as tne
Red Cross" and added that If he was re-
elected to the presidency he would de
mand In advance the entire co-operation
of the members. . - - c .
The report had been circulalsd thst the
meeting had been called Illegally he aald
and. In rerutlng the statement he pointed
out thai the annual election could be beld
any lime in October. The election Ibla
year was called earlier than utual in or-
der that the officers might send their
representatives to toa conference or lied
Cross members to be held In St. Louis on
October tt be said by way or explanation.
Ho belt L. Hoiliday chairman of the
nominating committee explained that by
beaded by Dr. Brown and tha so-called
opposition i.exet. oeaaea y a. r. coies.
He advised agamat dissension and sug
gested that Dr. arown be re-elected inas-
much as ha bad servad so well aa bead
or tbe local chapter and also because the
wsr made this a poor time lo make
Brown's Election taaaiaaous.
The first ballot for president resulted
In tbe election or Dr. Brown who re
calvad tea vote asralael 17 ror Mr. Colea.
on motion or Dr. B. P. Jenuess seconded
by Miss flrace Logan the election or Dr
Brown waa made unanimous.
Tbe vote ror vice chairman secretary
and treasurer wag mads on one ballot
in order to tac lítalo the election. The
Vice chalrmaa C. n. Bsssett K; Mrs
H. a. Stevenaon. kg.
Treasurer Ur. H. H. stark. Ill; John
M. Wvetl. gg.
Secretary-Mrs. B. F. Jenkins w; Nlaa
Grace Logan. U-
1! allots ware cast for coumlneetneo as
W. W. Turner. 101: Myrtll coMeals. lot:
lrs. I. A. Hawllngs tag; Mra. li. l.spow
ara. w. si. wausce as; juuu w
BakM Cleieaka Delia es ataad.
Prior lo tbe election Rabbi Martin Ha
tonka declared be and bla people resented
vary much a stews story that had st-
Baared in an afternoon paper relative to
tne ao-eaisaa opposition ticaet. my peo-
ple do not desire nay In the form or of
fice for what thev do aa uatrlota for Iba
eaose of democracy" he aald. "We have
tsaaa put in toe wrong ngnt. we stave
not given one dollar fur an office and
are not a eking any by such methods.
There should be no política In the Bad
Croat. There can be no dlaiens'ka or
política in sucn an organization if
wish to do our duty by unci bam."
I'-: .1 r tvilkaraalaf CetCe Steam.
sanen air. itotiaaar ssraasaassas ssss
ex atr. unes tor we
presidency Dr. r.
B. muer Mggaaied that Mr. Cote taught
nut sanction sock action and inasmuch aa
he was out of the city It might be best
not to Inri as lb namu on the second
slewed Mr. Coles' brothers Wednesday
and they had told her aa would -sweat
'The rapen that this 1 a personal right
tt not trti.f abe aatd m closing.
Reporta mads by dsatrtaa of sag ver
Craws and Pollywogs
El Paso Red
loua committees of the organization
showed the large amount or work being
carried on by the local chapter. '
ag Suralral Articles Khlgpeg.
Mra. H. W. Broaddus chairman of the
aewlng committee said that II boxes con-
taining 15091 surglrsl snd hospital arti-
cles bad been prepared by the member
and auxiliaries. The Woman's club had
prepared two boxes of hospital gupplfcs
containing M pair or pajamas 4 bath-
robes 18 bed sheets tío pair or socka
and 4S wardrobe slippers. A box of inls-
cellaneoua articles made rrom old muslin
and linen contained lit handkerchiefs
lis napkins 17 tray cloths S3 towels oo
wxsb rigs and 6 tea towels.
Muslin bandages totalling z.tai nave Been
sent to headquarters during the year. Fif-
ty hospitsl bed sheets snd a doten bath
robes are soon to be shipped east. The
Ysleta auxuisry ñas preparen t.sefl sur-
tea! dressing during tne year ana tne
anderson members have contributed t
box contamina bath rubes socks and pa-
jamas. The ilrand View auxiliary which
meets on Thursdays and Fridays and baa
S members lias prepared MS articles.
mere are w women in ine cuy kimiuuk
for tne soldiers according to the report.
been turned in
pairs of socks
11 pair of imiten.
mufflers. Hi sweaters
and X helmets
Mrs. Jenkins Mskes lienor!
An interesting report waa that made by
tars. js. t. jensins eusuman 01 tne ran
i n i onmiite. wmcn snowea mat a to
tal or 7.téU toen had been served refreah
menu by her ortranliallon since the troop
inovemcnts began. To these men were
n en 7.ÍU0 sandwiches 380 gallons or cor-
e and 100 pie.
When asked whether they would rather
have "eats" or "smokes'1 the El Paso
drarted men Indicated they preferred "the
msKtngs ra. jenatna stated ao tne
committee distributed tobacco coating
tag. among the members or tbe three
contingents. "I only wish you could see
the men nd near wnat mey say" toe
aald. "Every rent tbst we have snent has
Seen repaid on the spot with leu limes
the amount ur cash .invested In whole
M.OOS Magazines nistrlbatad.
Ten thousand marslknes have been riven
to soldiers who have pasted through el
l'aso. Mlas flrace Logan chairman or the
magazine committee reported. Or the
to.ooo imatal cards that ware distributed
at tho same time among tbe boys In khaki
an actual count kept by the postal em
d thai nam were mailed
Si this city. The cards she said were
onated by the chamber or commerce.
rtrsi national nana tne roouiar oeoan
ment alore and Mrs. H. B. Stevens. The
cards brought many letters from mothers
wives and twarlheart thanking the local
chapter fur Its work. Misa Logan taid.
The report of the
read by Mrs K. C
ceipts for the year were SI71.M and the
expestlsurrs tiot.ti. leaving a kaleac of
VÁM In tbe treasury. At the festival uf
the antee the ladle cleared J7.o. abe
The Martha Washington etrcl of tbe U.
P. C baa prepared 117 articles according
to the report of tbe chairman Mrs. will-
Ho. oil. I Belter Braarl.
in have r ponded aaneroualv to
every appeal tenate by the hoskatal roller
lasstaniiiii t sirs uonua aiugei caatrman
year or many apivala for money the oosn-
mltlse bad lotralucd rrom aiklni ror do
ttaasona ot any ansa aa maca aa possaoie
ah aald. The cash vata of ataptSte sent
to tha hat bopitl at Fort SUM through
tbe crgsaltatlou bowevr totalled ssjggjo.
Much good hgti bee srrompilthed. ah
aald hy inaaitiari of the various church
wtw nave rrnind twitgnuui.
rara. eevrl uva parti wage given
foe the teen during fast taaf ttixtaaaer taotitbs
aad a high class awlirtklakasnl one each
week by steal latea! Tha sued matar
of the negro aaillltry fttmktked large
quantities of grapa Juica Ico cream fruit
aiaa asemaeraaie at a. tne.
persona according to too repon ot an.
It E. Stevenaon chairman of Uto member
n. B Alves la chairman reported that the
rlub bad turned In TOO suralral dressings.
Weekly meetings were keld during ilie
J. si wyatt treasurer ansae we loouw
Funda received ." agan.sn
Twenty-four directora' meetings have
been held ind one general meeting.
Letters written fit; telegrama aent a;
recelpU for membership sent out 108;
lied Cross buttons sent out. At; pamphlets
on the work sent out 7; billa sent out.
f postals sent out 17; five letter tur
with the sanction of (lenersl Arthur
Murray the secretary last hecembcr wrote
Si letters to leading newspapers or tits
country asking for books for tho sol-
On account or miss t.ugsu s uaonee
from thn rltv ror nearly lluro mouths
during Ihe summer Mrs. t C. Barry took
tier place. Her report lor uiat iicnusi
time rollows: Letters wrltts'n IIS; billa
mailed 81 j membership receipts sent oul
GO; leltera stamped for soldiers tl.
Hearing of Railroads
to Amend Tariffs fot
Special Rates on Oct. 31
nv Times Sneclal Correspondent.
Phoenix. Aril.. Orl. 17. Hairing or Ihe
application or the railroads operating in
Anions for permistión to etrjeud their
tariffs as regards party and theatrical
rates special baggage ears ror parties or
let than ten persons transportation of
horses snd mules In special baggage car
snd the extension of special ratea tu
campera' oulflts on one-way tlrketa will
na nao nere ueioro me casrtweaf com
mission on Oct. 31. Ill molt esses the rail
roads seek permission to annul ealstlng
rraneeuieols for I Holline siMirlsi bartaae
ears mey SISO propose 10 aoouso mn
nracilce ur giving party or tbeatrleal rates
to advance agenta ot a tbeatrleal troupe
Two Youths Hold Up
Held ud at the point or revolvers. Ollar-
do Oil KM Frutas street driver of Jltue
bu no. lag. wss weonesuay nigm ronoaa
of 13 :. by two American ynutha on Wal-
nut street near the rand on was forced
from hi car and the bandlti drov orr.
Thirty minutes later a watchman em-
ployed by the Held Brother' Fuel cora-
iny reported pi ths police thtl tbe car
bad been found at the rear of a coal yard
at Halla and Texas streets.
The young men got into on s car at
Palm street and Magofr o avenue. Al
Walnut street one plartd pistol at 1lw
chauffeur a head while the other tboved
a gun against his aide and ordered blm
to drive aoom to toe eauai. at in canal
the made oil Hop bla car god than look
150 Cats of Melons
Shipped from Valley
By Time Special OirrespendkJH.
Lis Cruces ft. M- Oct.
on the Meatus valley cantaloup crop for
this year nave been retvea
are highly ssllafscu.ry. Some SIX
rr were In canta oul
frota winch nearly 110 rsrs of ftol sjual-
try ssstkaai war klpiel
ADeedy farmers are looting forward to
the crop next year. I. I. Hal and A. II
Mory of Chicago representatives of the
rnsntolaaion coticrnia hindling the crop
tssra will be here next week to arrangn
acreages and other detalla fur next seaaon'i
nom UKvnKutr to major.
By Time Spaeltl ('rreaponcseoL
las truces. N. M. Oct. n.Frotu first
Ihmfanl lo laaiur ha oo Vr la the
reoord. of Henry Lyon a Las Cruras young.
man woo naa sassta ta gp aviauvn mo ire
Kgae past two ysatra. ttr. i.yoo at
aohew of Mr. asad Mr. Henry p. Bow-
nagas OS asesaos rere
ALLIES CUT OFF
SUPPLIES TO FOE
Rigid tmWio to Reatalt ran
Conference; Lxchange of
Supplies One Plan.
Rv Asinrlatr.l Press.
Was.li nation. Ott li. Neutral nations
and particularly tlmee In Europe must
n preparen to amare even iit-
Ilons aad hunlrna made neresaary by
Ibe war under 1h decision t mo recent
allied conference at London.
Detall or th cwntcrenrs are beginning
lo retell WaihlagtiHI ihrong-li orflrlal
channels. Ttier show that tta allies are
determined to support their armies In
the field ttv rutlliag or as tar as possi-
ble all supplies Tor Hie (larmany srmy
Irom neutral sources through a tighten-
ing of ths blnrkartr. s
Altetitloia wai called at the conference
to Iba necessity of preventing Sweden
from atapplyUiar tlermany villi metala
and tbe genertl opinion wat that here-
after II neutrali ihonld be compelled
lo rum la h the allies wltla goods or their
own production which they cannot ion
ume. In tRhangt for supplies from Ihe
tillas. Further Hiey will be required to
use their own ships for this trade.
"Such la tt new blockade formula
which must lie strlrily applied and whlrh
will make It impcisalhlo tor flermany to
contlmi Ike struggle" laid ant declara-
tion of tlie coiiterenre.
rue extent ta which 1ha I'nlled sutes
will be Inrltienred by Ike ileclaiotis 01 the
London conferenrt has not been revealed
hut that this arnrcrnment It In accord
with litem la evidenced by the rigid rc-
slrlrtlotis placed vpnrt exporta In the fcu-
ropean nenlralt rroiii litis country.
Divides Into Three
Sections to Cain Time.
Washington Oct. tl.-Undar aulltorlty
recently rranled ly congress mo intei
o.i. .' 1.1-r-. nmimlisloll Kxlav dlvld
sd Itstlf Into Ibrss sections bi farllltste
the work of dltpnsltiK f Us overgrowing
-i-i.. rim iinl.l.in rvina atlnr of Com
missioners KrChnrd. Meyer ai Altrhlaon
win b citargen ansa mo rgwwi "
work of the bureau or valuation "ott'er
Ings relaltng ki valuatl
n vision lio. Í. rnndttlng of Commls-
aloneri tlirk líamela ami Woolley It
charged Willi artlon upon rortalti rate ao-
pltratinns and reqiinsts (or suspcnslun
Ihe transoorutlon of etiilnslves suit dsn-
gerous armlet and lartria carrying ro-
Icaaed raPta. . .
Commlsslcnris liarían nan auo nism-
son ronilHIug me tmra aivtsion are
charged Üüi 8láp)attlOtl nf all lioiril of
review cises svhlrh hste been submitted.
All thro dlrlslona will tlterntte In
hearing asea tet for argument each di
vision nearmr arrunjnii iqi qi
American and Canadian
Railway Men Pledge
Support of War Aims.
nv SianelBtect fret
Ottawa tint (act IS Representatives
or runo merlran and caminan raii-
rc.an i-onitiirtnra and trainmen aalhered
her In annusl ronroritlrai aotit a latter
today to sir Hubert Burden prime
liter of r.anwta. expressing "their
moll uruwsrvlng end rimtlmioiis lo
to the w tr alma" or tbe United Htatea and
The report of Ilia etecutlve ronunltlee
nn tne quetinis 01 wiae mi iiiociii.i
cutio r rrtatli-ej of m.'iiiliors of the or
ders who may die In the uvera ervlrc
ur eltlicr tin llnllrd ftttlss or Cinada Wli
received. Tho nature uf the report wis
not divulged in unpressian wss rrn-
ir.i luiurvi-r. tint ti-.e iiiinmlttee had re
ported In lavor of aubmlltlng a requast
Alelo Faudora Case Is
Reversed and Remanded
Special lo the Morning Time.
Austin Texas Oct. I. TIm ca o
tem ed S flvei'veers on Ilie cliarre of- theft
rmni llio person waa reversed and re-
manded tiy the rcurt nf erlmlnil spi'Sals
today. The raurt ruled lint Hi evidence
The rpurt afllrmsd the rasa of Wilbur
F. Lawellen. from A'llllaiinwn. given a
lire term for the murder of Hoy xlcjlln-
ley brother nf Hubert NrKlnli'V Inspec-
tor in tha rflre nf the alate labor com-
inKsloiier. Tlx killing occurred on the
streets of Temóle In May ttlt.
Declared Death Blow to
German Plots in Mexico
By kinctatail Press.
WaaliliigHin Cm. ts.-Whst nfflclals
here lielievc III b a crustilnr blow to
lieimaii Irslrt train mil propaganda In Mex-
ico and cither Latin -American rotintrles
has been daall by the trading with tin.
All tradlnr. d lr-ilv or indlrartly with
enenilea or allies of eiieinlei It prohlUi-
lad under Heavy penally hy tbe new law
and II .became known today that il the
Instance or ths stale department -the wir
trade board la glrlnr sirajr attention lo
the task of seeing thst no licenses are
Issued for the exportation or money nn
rhinery or (UVfillea or sny kind Pi pr-
tont who mag. allow Ihem to fall Into ths
handa of Herman firm or tgancle in
Inveitlgatliini by the state department
have revealad thai unman Tirina and In-
dividúala in Ik western rapidities hav
bean ualiag the aarnlngs or tlwir bosl-
neas to romluct a propaganda agamat the
I tilted Slate a ant Its slllei. to ciib
strikes In arils and Iniluitilil fields the
producís uf winch iru tlptlly uecessiry to
Federal Labor Board
Turns to Solution of
Atizona Mine Strifes
By Aaaclttt Fres. i
Olntw Arlg.. Oct. n Two eg three
mol days and poswtiir inner will
be conniasrd by lias fedsrai Induatrlal
rornxBIMIoa. ttctdeil by Seers tar y of
Labor Wilson before report la mde
on inulinrs In the copper miners'
trike here. Todays sMSlon wss or-
cupKd with completing Hie hezring
of ttelanioiiy and the conslneratloii of
tarta thai hart barn prer.istd. Tti
roniniisilooerg will be buiy for lb
Hi high cost of
Donaire real iiperalor In I'anasyirania
and offlrial liuianrlsl of the pirty
raised loud snd rsurou roar today
baca ii to lie hadn't received lata pay
check. The cokomel'a ttlpaod at a
cosnrolsitooer is one dollar -a year.
Auditor a. w. Marach figured up the
gmoatat Sua Ih ruknurl al th Instiga-
tion of iwxulsslaoer K. r. Narsb
and uasde uul enurher ror on cant.
The roioii waa gem.; he signad the
vouriiet and It wsi locwarded to
Read What Pretty
Leading Lady of
The Oliver Players
Now Having a Most -Successful
Run at thcCrawford
Thinks of "Th e Pop ular"
and Gossard Corsets
October 17 1917
Manager of "The Popular" Store
El Paso Texas.
I have read with great pleasure
your recent ad concerning the
"Gossard" Corset my corset.
' I am so pleased to know there la
one atora here that carries the
"Only Corset" The aossard. .As I
expeot to be here all winter I
shall oertainly visit your store
as I appreciate an establishment
that handles A-l goods.
Trusting that the El Paso women
will appreciate the Gossard as I
do I am
(Signed) LILLIAN DESMONDE V
American Airmen to
Organize Band for
Service in France
By Aistrltted Press.
' San Antonio Texai Oct. 18Joaeph 0.
Foley an lowi farmer youth now member
Of in serial training sHiuadron who has
received in Europcin inutlral education.
waa today transferred lo another aerial
sipikdrou and it wat dlactoted that there
la being formed an aerial touidrou band
for service in rrancc. II will hive 11
member ens nationally -known 'director
Is xpected Itere soon to nam lis mem
Refuse to End' Strike
cent presidential decree announcing tba
end or the railway strike aad the agree-
ment by lb companies to Increase wages
to per cent tbe majority uf Ibe tinkers
re refuting to resume work.
The strike has Listed nearly a month
and Its ffwtt lttve been aggravated by
tha simultaneous paralysis or ocean and
river traffic ami ihe destruction of tole
graph linea causing many points lo b
You apply a Utile Puslun nn turns 'af-
reeted part al night. In th morning
when you look your owa yei give ni-
ttetice ai thtl heiltug remedy s worS. If
It wag slight trouble -an adolescent
Pimple or infUtnad spat th chances are
that II haa cHaappaared. If a virulent
truptlonal trouble II should be subdued
so much ao that you wui want roalam to
keep right on.
SaM eveiywhers. ror free taatple write
to Cmergsstry l-aboralorl tia West Tlb
m . Haw York city.
Be careful at- the soaps you at sn roar
akin. Poslats soap la safe beneficial de-
ugbifaJ medioted with Poslaiu.-Adv.
Mary Pidtford Buys m
$90000 of Bond
Lot Mim-lci. Oct. IS The Liberty loan
I'MuucUm iiiiiitloo aiinonnieii here to
day that Mary I'lrkforrf. ihe motion plf:-
ture actress nan sunscrioen swi.'so ior
boods ol tha Second Liberty lusn. Matt
Plckrord was Uso t tubacrtber to Ig
Ural loan. . pi-
FOR FLETCHER'S I
NOTICE TO TIMES CITY
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Tim by f:S0 a. m. plena call
tha olreulatlon department. M.
COtO and the paper will bo nt
to you at once by a boy on a
motorcycle. Subscrlbera will con
fay at favor upon th circulation
department by promptly reporting
Irregularities or delayed delivery
since this la the only method by
which the management may
chock tip on the carrier.
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DELICIOUS ICE CREAMS
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Phones 347 and MS
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Friday, October 19, 1917, newspaper, October 19, 1917; El Paso, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199342/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.