El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Sunday, December 30, 1917 Page: 5 of 16
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r' W gL PASO MOR N 1 NJNDWii
'eggg Explains Why
German Aviators Are
v lVé? Bomb London
When I arrived In I inland I bail Uii
American 11 uitt JuM because we
re in the war. It ronMn't Uai
Ihrnuah Ihe whiter. Thai waa mn
nmntht aro I anew thai France had
made a hrare aland. Whal the Brit-
lali ware oolnr waa a mvaiei-y. Nt
I know that our conversation wont
win Ihe war and I've rtlacuvered that
the inttlah ara worktnt Inatead nr
talking. Which ramlnda rna or whal
nirhard llantina Davia wrote once
" rha American ballavea that ha Uvea
In the tiettaat muntry In the world
and talla you ao! The Kntllehman he
lir ca ba llvee In the rreateal rnuntrv
4 ' In world but be doeen'i tall you
dividual are not ratable or trrotn-i-'lai'inr
iha darint or brilliant reata
of Hie Boyal Flylnt Corpa man. The
nrltmh avlatora were thai flrat ao
fly ao low over I ranchen that thrv
ronld ahell mranlry with machine
nina and attack man hint men ami of-
flrera rldlnt alona; the roada In auto-
mobiles it waa a It veer old Ent-
ilan riyln ornear who awoopad bla
plane down ao low over a Oerman or-
flcer't irui hine that they had a platnl-
duel. The flyer want bark to bla
quadron with a dead officer to bla
credit. Pur ns a hi a orienelve in
Handera laat numrner Brilla airmen
caite red and broke up Infantry ra
ere mlNlled It wnuM weaken their
ilerenaea ami orfenalrea cat the front
- it mbrhl even reault ra the b of
l-attlea and would anrely reeun In
oi erwhelmlna loaaaa of asen.
lliltlaa Pnptilallea Prevea l.eiartr.
"It waa at thla point thai the civil-
ian population proved lie loyally ami
eupport o tlie armlea tlabtlnc ror
that. 'Let ua Ala In air relrta If wa
mnai. but let a not be reaponalble
ror the death of our own men at the
front wa a civilian can arrnrd to be
killed rather than loae one man In the
There are aqnedrnna all over Cat-
land now and there are fltblinr aquad
rona patrnllnt 1-nndc.n at nurht but
not until Ihe alllea have auprema' .v or
the Mr and a eurplue--will tba air
board aaaltn adequate air derrne c
"In pite or the nertnana' peralatent
raids In apile of all aba bulMlnr Ihev
have wrecked-lbe hanic. they've kill-
ed and the men and women who have
died from tbetr bomba the rntllah
folka ara attll philosophical over tba
situation -terrified at tienes perhape.
but stolid unfllnrbtnt and iinvleldlnt.
ron on my way home from France
Onn fiffirrr Omuril me lltf
Ferry Pilot Who Fly Aeroplanes From England to France.
to. He experta you to know II." That
may be their attitude toward their
The London Air Balda.
Many timet autre I've returned home
the question hat been asked nir "Why
. don't Ihe British rivers keep tba tier-
man it. mi i raldlnr London? Aren't
Ibey m food airmen?" The beat e-
plauaiion l ran tva you or the situa-
tion oyer there Is to reimat the words
or an American war eapert who lias
aerves movlnf up lo the attack.
Ileal obrrl ol Bh Killing Huaa.
i -i iv before you In America -knew
what was really rolnf on over here
the Germans hail discovered that younff
ami unprepared ta was Iba llylnf
corps It represented a roiiuldablo ob-
stacle to victory. Bo tbey started the
l.onqon air raids. Tbey knew bow
much the BrIUsh needed every air-
plane on the front but a few success-
ful bomblner eipcdlllons inlfht result
In ihe withdrawal ol a few squadrons
lo prolert the treat city.
"The raids tetrllled Ihe people and
Ihey clamored around Ihe air board
for t sky patrol. The situation wes
Woman Driver in British Royal Flying Corpa.
and while I could not pet the orri-
cers to tell ine or Uieir pcraoual ex-
ploits tbey talked Itbout the dlffl-
rtiltlea which tbey were last overvoin-
int. Borne or Ihe F.iitllah flylnt mi-
chlaes bavc Ihe propellers and enfincs
In Ihe back of the planes and the pilot
and runner or obaerver alt In IronL
This improved type is especially at-
reriire In combat details allHóutn the
Hrltlsb have invented devices whereby
It la possible to fire throiifh the
whirling rlrrult or the propeller with-
out Injurlnt Us bltdes.
The aerial bomb bas also been Im-
proved and developed. Tliera Is an
apparatus which aids In the almliif
and dropping- of bombs although It is
ry lor nirruen to aei
ithln a few hundred feet or the
ground to place a bomb accurately
upon the tartcL The Hermans' bomb-
ing t'lpedliiona are uauallv Inefrertlve
as rar as their objortiret ire concern-
ed. Tor It Is only In ran: Individual
caaes thai tbey will brave Ilia danter
or the anil -aircraft guus and fly low
cnouth to land an explosive near
enough to Inflict seiioua damage.
Ferry rilóla' Work Important.
One or the depai-tmrnls or the Hoyal
rivliir Corp Is made up of what they
call ''retry pilots." They riy the new
achines to their bases In France and
riy back In airplanes winch ara no
lontor rit tor duty on the front
Both the British and French tra In-
clined to be sentimental over their
boats" as they call them. They paste
fusílate and christen tbem Willi such
unwarlike names es lolet and Myrtle.
stupe- on his machine and pointed
out each or Ihe li spots where shrap-
nel and marhine-guu bullets had
pierced iBc wings or body.
Women Perlorm Valuable Sen Ire.
While Die aviation branch la admit-
ir. i to be-ttio moat rouianlle branch of
the service tad one which gives Ihe
greatest opiiortanll.v ror the display
i personal qualities or IBe iiKiivin-
uel-iho in i ii-ii
Genllemen! Look This Proposition
Squarely in the
Challenge Sale of Suits Overcoats
and Pants Monday
Nowhere could an hour be spent to better advantage than looking through our big
Challenge Sale of clothing for men.
lite one thing which will impteaa most the moment you lay eye on these garments is
the substantial cash saving and now more than ever before are men in all walks of
life bending every effort to this end this is a day when economy is or should be
first in the mind of every prudent and broad-minded man.
And right here let ua assure you that in taking advantage of this saving you are not
in any shape or form cutting the high standard of quality in either material or of tailor-
ing that you have always demanded in your clothes. We as merchants appreciate
that without proven quality the price is of little consequence. The reductions offered
in tomorrow's clothing sale are on the famous "Prince Chap" Suits and Overcoats
which enjoy a wide reputation for their perfect tailoring and their wear defying fabrics.
Every seam is silk sewed and reinforced every button hole is hand worked with silk
the pockets are all linen tape stayed "Can't Sag" the shoulders are well shaped the
fronts stay "so to speak." In a word they are all that you would expect at almost
twice the price.
lite assortment of styles and patterns are sufficiently varied that no man need be
turned away because unable to find something to hit particular liking.
18.50 to $20 worsted and 1 J QP
stjrge suits aJitei7J
$18 to 818 Suits of worsted Qf-
aaaimere and serge sPlIeaaJ
810 to 812.50 Suits assorted
lands astd patterns
810 overcoats only a few are 4jr 'JC
left all trill go Monday ajD.lD
Here's dandy $18 nobby
Young men's dress overcoats
worth 89-05 even more at
Sttrvice pants 82.50 quality
in gray and brown
$3.00 Gray Caasiusare Pants
Lieutenant Gordon W. Dowd-
ing. Royal British Flying Corps.
ou II altogether. 1 believe l saw al-
most aa many women In flying corpa
uiiirorius a 1 did men. and I learned
Hut they act as chaurfeiirs and land
transiiorutlon arruta. A Brlllah uf-
llcei told ine tlie women had ülatla-
rulshed themselves lor bravery dar-
los air raid ror cool beadediiaas bi
Ihe dense narric of London streets
and tor their tireless allcullun to
Just because there's a Dying ma-
chine over there yon notice I'm not
aayUit where named after Ine lan't
the only reason I'm tlad Pi be able to
give yon the Hoyal Flylnt Corpa
30608 oormwD St
Fixed Maximum Price
of Copper Forces Small
Operator to Shut Down
By Titles special Correspondent.
Ulobe Arts. Dec. fli nld Dominion cop-
per company will abow near normal pro-
duction for December. Miami copper com-
pany w II also ba near normal. Inspira-
Una will bave puaatbly double ihe copper
outpul M atada kn Motatnbar.
Inspiration la now operating 10 of tba
Mi aacuuaa of its big mill It win ba able
ta add atara eecr.ons lu January possibly
getting back to lull operations. With re-
sults rroui I rull monut of operation ol Mi
tactions la Jasuay Insplratkuu will at
least bate output of tmw pounds ol
saetal for that aacesb.
Aiuuug Uta smaller cperatore In outlying
country Uta present price of Ua atetal
does not enable loatliiiunt outpsl of are
In aaaaa ul Ibr rurtber diaianrl diatrtrta
irantjjsrjr to Utobe and Miami iniulot has
teased toteiber wiUi conakdartaia irvel-
opjoeui Such of ilia latter aa la solus on
aat Keen greatly related
that obiai..eo with topper
stow which II M Imp.
kfuducera Lo inake ouUm
auae ut inn; higli uanaporl alios cBarsea
tad Baa traaUy advanced coal of labor and
kaubiis Aidum.- Adi.
EL PASO'S NEWEST
AND SAN JACINTO STS.
This big money saving event comes to a close Monday
night. Prices still further reduced to effect
a final complete clearance.
Titos who liato united until now lo
buy their new coat or draw arc In-
deral fortunóte when they tun effect
-m li satina.
Wnmpn'R flnr allk plneh i-nata Willi
fur collar and tiimnilngx. mmnuii.'i d
llttins. Ynlttra ap to S43.HI. Vi-ir-pnd
sale price Sit. no
HI M ill I I VKMIt'It AND IMM
H'onien'ia mala III all Ihe nanleil ent-
ona fur li Ilumine- Well lined. In nil
niara. Yeatr-rnd .lo price. sin.;..
Women's Dresses at Radical Reductions
lleautlful evenlna; nowna insdo of
soft laffrln and entlns daintily
trimmed with gold or ellver lsr
that formerly wild at 110.00 and
t3S.OO. Year Knd rlpeclul I1MI
lircaaea of excellent quality aarge
culfa of while satin match thn do-
algn of Ihe rollar. The skirt Is
ptruted and nanga very Krueefully.
HoKiiliir I2H.00 nnd t27.SO values
Year Knd Halo Price. n; .:.n.
811k elreet dremsea made of excel-
lent taffein and entlti In nil the
wnnteil ehudmi Ooorsetto Hleevee.
trimmed with onntrnetlng emhrold-
rrlon. regnlnr 130.00 and IIC.OO
values. Year Knd Sale km
Desirable Furs Specially Priced
To avoid storing these furs until next year (when they will no doubt
call for higher prices) we are offering them at savings you will be
quick to realize as unusual. A visit to that department will more than
Women's flesh color lisle union
suits low neck no sleeves knee
length trimmed with lace spe-
cially priced for the Year End
Italian silk vests of
Niagara make is a
Special at $1.69.
Year End Sale of Waists
Beautiful Georgette waists daintily trimmed and em-
broidered fronts high or low collars in all the wanted
shades that formerly sold up to $6.95 specially
Fine quality Georgette blouses trimmed with beads
in all the newer shades that formerly sold at $8.50.
Year End Sale Price $6.95.
Tub silk waists in all the new stripes and plaids some
have high collars extra well made specially priced lor
the Year End Sale. $2.29.
White voile waists with dainty lace trimmed collars M
sizes regular $1.75 grade Year End Sale Price. $1.2 J.
1 Important Reductions
' In Men's Wear -
The men's department offers values equally
as important at in any other section.
Made of all-wool coatings some belted
models in the lot that formerly sold up to
$25.00. Year End Sale Price. $16.50.
Men's Suits $17.95
Made in the best styles some belted effects
others two-button models. They are all-
wool in all the newest shades and extra well
made. Year End Sale Price. $1 7.95.
Heavy weight extra quality mackinaws full
belted models in all desirable patterns.
Specially reduced to $7.50.
Hato at $2.95
Star Brand union made hats in all the most
wanted shapes and colors. Year End -Sale
s xw w i af r
If you've never been here for your boy's
clothes one visit will convince you. If you
have you don't need telling.
2ys' Mackinaws $4.95
Made of good quality heavy robing all rein-
forced seams in all the best colors for boys
6 to I ft-years. Year-end special $4.95
Heavy weight extra well made boys' suits ages 9 to I 5
years with two pair of full lined knickers specially re-
duced to $5.95
Corduroy Iftnkkers $1.80
Extra heavy weight Corduroy knickers reinforced seams
double seated ages 8 to 12. $1.50; I 3 to 17 $1.75
KOVER ALLS 95c
puny h faniuua kover-
I." ' i Strauas J
all muda ut
iicnl in or blue and while stripes.
1 to ( yearn. Ixms aleovea SSe
FULL BELTED SUITS $4.50
lloya' likely made full belted aulla of
sood suitlngK. neat putterna ace. 7 to IS
yaara full lined knickers. Year-end
HEAVY UNION SUITS 89c
avy ribbed union aulu. cither
arhltc all altea year-end apeóla!
lio .v HOSK SSv FAIR
Heavy rlbbsd boya' black
hoe. double heel and
to. guaranteed quality
all elxea ttc a pulr.
NAKAIthTIf WAIHTfc c
Boya' Natareth walata
assa ( to 11 yeara. Year
End M ..' Itc.
no v HATH I1.3S
Good quality felt hats In
ull the wanted colors
teleaoopa and other
napea ret u Ur 11.76
values. II. sr..
Odd Lots of Shoes Take Their Place In
This Year End Clearance
Women's black glazed kid 9-inch waved top booU. French leather
heel specially priced at $7.50.
Mahogany brown kid 9-inch boots cloth top to match military
heel made on newest English Jast specially priced $5.45.
CHILDREN'S I C. C 1
Women's vici kid
English boot mili-
tary bawl. 8í-inch
top specially priced
at f l.ae
step shoes in
black or with
tizas I to 5 an
ty specially re-
duced to $1.29.
A special lot of children's
shoes in either gun metal or
patent leather many styles to
choose from sizes up to 2 at
Boy Scout ahora
made of soft
elk hide with
soles and heels.
Sicas 13 to '!..
i's Shoes at
We have included in this Year
End Sale our entire stock of men's
shoes which comprises the very
best leathers and workmanship.
All $3.50 at $2.95; $4.00 shoes
$3.45; $5.00 shoes $3.95; $6.00
LOOK FOR UNADVERTISED SPECIALS
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Black, James S. El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Sunday, December 30, 1917, newspaper, December 30, 1917; El Paso, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth199455/m1/5/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting University of Texas at El Paso.