El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 2, Monday, January 7, 1918 Page: 4 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. MONDAY. JANUARY 7 191.
HIGH! A DOSE OF CJWIU VIGOROUSLY E1 hw of DEFENSE COUNCIL
r Dritton Uavis. Now ( an nn or ( avi rv
NAolT bALUiVltL utnlltd KM'IIKI 111
It salivate! It make you tick
and you may lose a
1.1 laso iltva.v ta alad i- herald lia lieutenant In the Three Hundred and For-
ion md deuthters and tMti ihe news iy-roiirth ITieJd artillery of ni. h tu n-i
tome mat oi.e of f- moat ipuin men faulftner- h in rnmmand. Aa i. attain
uf ihr illy rjaa rrrentiv heen iirnviei I'.lhavia wa. i t. PMiinirir prorirtenl In horse
it.'- ; - ii .ii 'f 'flamiy in ati ltt r1l Imanshln. Isa mat mil In rharr if tli
lion lime. M fa-' u tca-iy lo not ' e.nilne worn later the colonel Dill him
You're Mllou" eTuea;l"h runsll
Ipated and t.eliee you need til" dan- !
ifftrou calomel t ".tart yur liver
and clean your bw la.
jg Here'a my guarantee? Aak any:
:drii(rilat for a to cant bottle of Dod-i F
aon ' 11 ver T-ne him) tik n upoon-
; fnl tanlsht. If it 1 n t .tart your
It vm and ii.icn you rluhl up
1;1tler Ihnn calomel mid without
' griping or muki' i: fu w k I want
you to n ha it l 'i Ihr t.r nnd Rt-f
' your monev.
I Take c alóme! today and tomorrow v
j n you will feet wrak and alck and i
-nauseated I"fi ! lo- a dny work.
Tako n apoonful "f harmless. (
Atabla Dodaon'a Liver Tone tnnlaht
nii'l WHk in. f"' UiiK a;r-t It'a wr-
fa-cily harmleea au it to your '
cm dren any lima h can t a Uvate.
.- let th'in eat invlhlriK I : arda
Governor of Lower California
Never Would Permit State to
Leave Mexican Rule.
A'w iaiM Pre a.
an I ranrlico ' ei J" 1 lekftam
ts-ned "the or amor of ua northern
district nf i alitornta i iritn
wmIi a r"i"t from imi"i to
PISliI b) the Aaarw tat I l'ie rierlaied
Mibliled reporta n.at Ur aiifornii
'it louder i ri-. ihi- i.i i'aofi tn
i ha nt i i-- hi mark in a military way
In Hiill'.n havis aon of Jtidr and Mrs
na aifia hat i one of th ntdeal and moi
prominent faiulliea in Una pan of use
I linllori (avs rt for v last
.un hre Mr pnurd i at Leon
J nnr Wiini hi course of Iralninr waa
jotT he received a 'ommlaaion aa flrat
líame of a derirnt eaeitanv. feeline
tiiat i.aptain Davit could eeaily lift u to
a lilat) atandard. Tola be dki and duruif
the time be wn In t nmmand he would not
arrept tba in day' leave offered mm. but
layad at bla pot bacauia or tbeer en
Hecau of h'a eirallent work at tbe
laaka ufltned him he baa been promoted
BLAMED FOR LACK
OF ARMY CLOTHES
-e V MejUM
H II II I -I B" Ml I I
. n m . Jan
monthiv meetgtiM of iri
.iej hant bulle u atei i
Will If held at III' I offo rtr
A 1'iU alien. la:."- I nfi Ir I
iBO'l a nUltibei of oei .j .
lnt'(ei tu me ir-- lalioii m iii
' abardiilelv fal
I ti- nieaaeye aaid
i re-t juatiy mdirnani at iw
that in preaa of the I'nited Htatei ha
been iibllbiii relalivr lo heru m.
me oi innaiaiion ami inn pen
lower alllornia All'.w tiif '.
h'niet and forrlbly late thai ml I'
(-on. uro ibMilutely fale and rroiind
!. I arilemhty affllllt that r-(ier a
yivernor ni -i a private iii n I will
never endorsa ii." eeealoii ni aii I 'i
11 l lion Ol Ihe Metli ail oil "
; Itif Rieaaaye tal"1 ihat Ilie -end-
ihe refniir l "totally iiiiauualnied een in ier
lora of Ihe I wti fielidnir J Hlll.oii a I oa
a Mil I ifioh j nreo btoker who alinoun' et laal
rr Momia I Miida i i ar ' i um lie un .pi- imR in
i ainaae i .. art .int'- i in
Dream and Hope oí Y. W. C- A. About to
Be Realized; Some oí the Work Is Told by
Mrs. J. A. Rawlings Furnishing Chairman
of s 11m! i I
Wn 'iría I -n
rred Hi" belief n at I
III tended o .r r- If
II I .
THJUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY
TROUBLE AND DuN'T KNOW IT
ltrak ami imhralltn k litne i rauae m
inn di i i m and ni i i i ii.. i and vhf n
Ihr" o y li in ' or ulher rauoe klilnej
1 1 .oí i.i. n i ii. ni i i i i out hmr aei leua
ii-. hi- may lie ttpt-ilrd.
Tiour olhrr organ may need atiendan
bul enr kldne a oh no hi hat r aiicnlloa
flrab because I lie tr uurfc i mul Iniparlaiil.
If ) no I' l l thai y nor kldlirj nrr Ihr
rau-r id Mir alelinrt or run datan ran-
tutu. n hoi" UUlnu llr. Nllmer'al
H amp Hixil. thf flrral kldnev. Iher and
bladder int dhhir. hei jf it prutea In
be tha rewrdv mi need mid a our b finr
beflln lii linprtite lhe III help n the
olher to ii.ii v tn health
Trial Will ( onilnc
larmlnc in ri
prevalency of ki
ki1ne ttlaoi iei
tut et t'uimnoii o
lh'-y i.i - almoNt
t pUlletitN u I
t ttemM'-l f wit)
fei-a. whllf Ihe
altintl undi i mil
Mlt I. !i M
1'V eit. InnlOK tr t
you ihe iij.pt. i ii
They will alao n
vt the IhouaaiHl
Hay i be (
kiitiu n i ft.
Uffi r ui il
f Kblncy lKuac.
do not ii Hz. Hi.
if nntl letnarknble
nine) ihaeiitif. While
( iré iiintjfig ilit
ThoiianiidH t peoplo have teallfted
ili.it ilin n lid and linniedlata effect
if i it. p-1 . in noon rea fixed niol
I hut it alaiidn tlx- b H boat for Ita re-
iiiiiiiiüi.i reulia iii ru 'f tinte caaaa.
fcymnlonin il Klilrtcv Trouble.
Hwuriij.-r.not in iiui rei-ommended
I I r everythinaj. bul if you auffer
from unnoyltiK bladder trotiblea
lreitieitly paaellig whit nlaht und
ila. i-iMiilliiK or IrrKatitin In paae-
HK. lit' k - duet or aedlllient heud -nche
bat kurhe lamo biirk lieiu l
dlaiui hnnt'e tluo to bad kldtx
ti..iiif. orb it 1 Id rheunilliin. lurti-
i ilft. maj I." btea ut fb-eli ni mi I low
i itinple&litti' hid or v trouble in i-
Vi or ul ftirtll him )' be H ten 1 1 tlft 11 pi Ml
rhe diearn and hope of the Younv
Woman'! r.hriitlan Aaaocltuon i m '
P. he real I ted in li heautirul naw bdiid-
ina on franklin atreet oppnaite tha
iitbtieaUrti bmtdtni " aaid Mm I. a.
Itauiinyi chairman of the fiirniahlnt
rommiltee yeaierday. "I e trian a year
aro about four hundred men and women
tntaaed in a aonderful unj ntu for
lío and an moat aucreaifitl I I Pato a
iiaiiai 'ltd inore ihan was eapectad 'if her.
fortúnale indeed ii n r-.i trie ainounl
I needed to the lat penny Ihe ttl
-'i - iba mi. id to be pain In rom inatall-
inenia ei-iy mi month i arounied for
a- follow Hite lii.oon buildinr I?.-
"i t lfi-e i iiidiiri 'i ' hU'ltft-l fot
lwn - eat. i5n ifavtiia- nttiv tf.-u lor
TiifiiiMnnffi atiii oliiT in' MMitaM
Mtii hot two mtaiitoenia una and
IN'- hnlMin hi he plhl fo in full bol -rowing
lias been a nereally 11 Paao baa
ruado a mal of fori to meet n pfadaea
nii-J Ii ilw Itfolaniuiir Ihe eale-- ... of
lit tunc i' v
Heir. I.I paa'.ans v
Ihe i niniiir Mart i
lake prtile in (fien
iiil'1ii.ir itli in . ili tMia. tMt room
lobby library awiiutniiia lead fine Kjm
naapiin tlilJ real room aeve al la
i '.m. 'Inh loom f' i buaineaa pr i r 1 a 4 rid
board ni etinya a beiuiiiul autiiiorluru
width prorniaea fina arouallt; and on
tii- top ri-.or iweh rooma i'.i trauaienia
vtlih h ate su'-- i i be kr-pt filled w
fem in- inqulríea ni he aiation for a
hnhl lot women. The nope l that lhre
room will hi'ip out in increased tipenaen
..I ihe n w hnllillnir
II W dei Ided In bortoW for Ihe
I Hid I or only Ihat whh Ii was h' eaairy
fnt the iarlnn dejm t UnT t t'.oiiae
gil' lili) . W " .i; ; :ii o ' . . mí . 1 1 -
the Y. W. C A
will help doubly
tiaclive room and reléate tin to be naed
f 1 1 r rti entriár elaewhrre leaned. ' me
deiriny to rommamorate tba memory of
one m thia work for yount women may
furniah a bedroom at the expense of J.
Mr j . a. otter and Mr betwiler have
oken for rooma
Ihera are conaidenny taklnir rooma
tuner wtahlny lo may phone either my
fif. at nt or Mra.
I). II .man. at
Quartermaster's Agent Declares
"HafflMiff" Cost MiUions or
Yards of Cloth.
Dy Aiaociated fren
Wianinsvm Jan. &.-Heiponaibtllly for
horttayea of army eiouuiiv u plarett
upon ihe auppliea romanitiee oí tue roun-
clJ ur national defenae today by (Lionel
Elmer Llndaley quarter-matter' a arnt at
Philadelphia leatlfylny at the enile tom-
niiltee'a war Inquiry. Another wlUieia
William Blancbi a Nw York dealer who
Ik pnrrhiaed elollt for roreixn armlea
rharyed thl an unnereaaary ojI abort-
age "acara" waa created to Inercia the
uae or wool iioddy ordered for army
gat menu by tha auppllea committee.
Colonel Llndiley contradicted the re-
rent teatlniony of Vire chairman Elsenntin
or the auppiiea rommiltee that the com-
mittee bad secured an abundance or cloth
for army needa. He "aid there now u
a abortara of t.ooowi yard of rloth ami
that tbe auppliea romimiiee system was
leitjtoiifttnie. for dejaya and frlrtion.
(artnent manufacturers the witness de
i tared are without sufficient rlotji to
seep inir lactones woraing to capacity
and in that connecllon he said that ' Dig
rimy" by the committee wtih the AiiktI
meni or three million yards of doth many
loo ma being Idle for two or three months.
Blench! said the w"oL inortage "seare"
at he termed It waa In the interest of
rnanurieturera of shoddy girmenta. Many
American rloth mabara be testified do
not have factories equtpied to mike all
wool garments and therefore could not
have shared In the wir rontracta If shod-
dy bad not been approved for irmy cloth-
ing. Europeao armies he isserlad. are
better rlother than American soldiers
and he severely rrltlMied the use of
noddy declaring it wholly unneeeasin
CfeaiTnMIt CftaTib rlaln uinounccd that
dlaerepinclea In tha testimony of Mr
Kl-ennixn and Uiiartermter (eneril
harne regarding responsibility for the
cminmr gncriaye are to no rieareu op n
i e ports (f cloth deliveries which both are
securing for the committee. Each has
Disced me resoosxiDi itv on tne other.
It also waa announced during the day
thit tba committee hid asked secretary'
Baker for a complete report as to any
clothing shortage In the training cagntrfl
on January 1. Previous reports hive dalt
with conditions as iney existen aome time
ago inn tne committee winis ui xnow
Iiim wnat tne situation is it prepon.
"ii 1 i o i' 'n fir ine enur rin iniioiry
Ule neit week or Curing the following
wenk li planned. Committee members
desire to alose the hearings quickly make
a prompt report u tne senam ami press
' halt-man i nimnerilin I Dill to esiaD
lish a department of munition and other
Mew Y. VV. C A. a wusy riaee.
'-ne tif the buaiest piares m f.i Piso
Uils week I the new Y. W. C. A. build
ing on i i in k i in street ihe serretanes
lii iveil in nie4lv ilntlnar llir hftllilava amt
the building win not be dedicated until i an Woolen ronfnpany last summer over
Certain matetials. I ra -
have been delayed In
ould not be
t tttflr pirdgm
tepierunei . ami
of ihi (Miantllnl
NnnmiKNil 1 llniuiii in
II j o i ur' it Irr tidy t tiilh
Hw (i mp Co t i wb.it mu in
f in j.!
IllntCh ..niton N 1
-it unit) i prute ih' i i-nin r buttle iitii -4 t
i kC!h y.ii n I k tif valuadlo ItifitrnnilHMI. '"i
nils of giitteful leiit-r- r- eiM-d fmiri niii lint
I Hwntnp-(toot t.i be Jum ihe remedy needed Ii
ri-ui-C- The value mid aticceen of Hwuinp-lttn
ur i idrn iit iidtlaeil to nt'tid f"i it eatuple nix
mm a 'o liitishHintoii. N. Y. He num ! n
;i T.iMt Hutiduy Timen.- Adv
n no dlcllii
Hilling mu ti
w omen wltti
lire ho well I
bill He Ad j
oil I nl thin I
luruiblliga ati' i Inveiiiigaie plerea and
rep'. 1 1 to ihe eveeiillte rommiltee rom
posed ' i myscir Mi M I llowte. Miss
I Iva h Urire meeting if all the
C'lnmiliees wis held some lime uuo. and
mint I a i- been t erv billy. It w a tie
I I id to bnv from (i risn inert-runt mil
(.. nil v nist. opp'iriuniiv "f bidding to
ilK.e wh'-t hmi i oniribuled. I olio win a
si- the . ii. not 1 1'ihhV. Mrs Jano-
i.i4ham M n o v Mrs I -1 w j 1 1 Mn.
I. I I in i in Ml .St h Uhli'-. ol Ih e.
Mi - I arm - m k. libtarv. vt. v l
oof V. Mm I U u ..ti M i ' .10
Matr v vinnaaiuiii. Mis paid Meet menu
l o Mi - II It Kiev fiia Mi m. j
In. Iclilbal W 1 1 1111 til 1 tc pied Ml :otm
mi. .. h'.- Mi 1 M Whit laker
at t tio 1 a Mr n 1 1 lim i n. r trs J A
i t aksu' 1. Mi - M Mi l em mi Iftirai
1 t 11 4 lotitti th w M. James Mr
Joi phuip Xationr Mu Hi HUdltitriiiin
mi- hmi iirtidoifr. mi (italics hassi-tt;
rei loom. Mr Jinies ltirter Mr Mr
otady i"t rof'tn Mis M Warner
ll ini.ilil Mt II I Polín . ti un-n-nt
t'.'-im. Mi - n It Human. '" I ank
tpeiicr Mrs. ' M llirur and Mrs It M
"Anyone w Islntig In lielf. in the work of
1 hiding marble.
lianalt and the. building
ompie-' mi lim"1
1 'llyiitnaallim ' lasses opened In the Pig
pen gymnasium rbursday night. 1 his
gymnaaluni In the-new y. w. : a build-
I Itiw I o" nt -- ; ;tl flic iMIIltrV.
' I here w III be clasaet for hnsinea giria.
I four nights 1 wrek. i-laaaea ffir children
j on "itntdiy morning for school gin
Saturday afternoon hd.i Tor women there
at n morning classes
special rl 10 esihellc and folk
I dancing win he opened Monday morning
t ! .11 IMUHI 1' "J y 1 1-1 'Oil
1 iaae or women will open Tuesday
morning at 10.10 o'clock. These are
open to all women In tne cfly.
nwinjr to the fact that the motor which
1 to run Ihe circulating pump for the
swimming pool was liken over by ihe
irovernmeni ihe pool win not be opened
until later In Ihe season
rite nhvsiril (raining rommiltee had a
mnsi enthusiastic meeting Thursday and
jn'sent prospects indicate a large enroll
ment of women.
The business women's duh win hold Its
regular- monthly meeting in the new Y.
W. C. A. building next Tiiesdav night at
7 10 o'clock. A special musical program
lis been arranged.
Telegraphy cliaaei xra now tn full
"lng. morning afternoon ind night it
Ihe new building. There are still 1 few
tflfinciaa In the evening clisses.
Tba chief event of Ihe coming week
will n the opening of tim new Y. V. C.
' cifeterli next Wedneadav at lt:
01 lock. This cafeteria the cifeteris com-
mittre says will be one of Ihe Mliest
.ind moil attractive anywhere and II
mil be open to both man and women.
1ns Med lo visit the new Y. V. C. A. until I
in- tinif of the dedication a cordial 1
invltailoii is eitendcti 10 all gitls auti
woman in the nty to come into the var- j
imis daises that now ate open und to I
liinkr un- of the fire employment de
psitmeui tho i aret'Tia nn-i the teat
juicei had caused a loss to the govern
New Tonic Makes
Life Worth Living
Thai s what youn say after you've used P0HT-O-I.IVK TOSIC. It baa helped 10
.uany people tn the short Mm It utt been on gale that It can't rail to help you.
-OO" PobtOuvx ufytr
Pleasant To Take
is a wonderful combination of scientific blending of Ttgture'a most beneficent girta
to mm medicinal Tort and pure virgin Olive oil. Everyone know s the blood-and -flesh
producing propertlei of these components when properly iiiended as In PORl -O-Llvk
TOIC Ask your Physician.
Whan you are run down and have poor appetite worse digestion sleepless night-
thin blood lick or endurance and a general "whet-ii-lf-all-worth" feeling try ihi-
wonderrul new bnlc. Knowing tba value of eacb component part you can feel as-
sured of the beneficial effects of this combination or sciennric emulsion. PORT-o-LIVE
TOMC is seircely taken into the system before It begins Its wonderful work
of reconstruct ion. Try It ror thirty days note the increase in weight strength and
vitality the improved appetite and better digestion.
Write ror our little Booklet "A Pleasant Road to Health" Porl O-Ltvg Tonic
Co. fit Franklin Ht. (3-Ei Los Angeles Cal.
It has given wonderiul atlrieiion la extrañe riges of ronstlpatloa restoring
Ibe banels speedily lo tin lr normal condition.
Austin Trades Council
Asks Wilson to Dismiss
Special to the Morning Times.
Austin Texas Jan. a. The Austin Trades
Council his adopted a resolution request-
Ing the president to remove Postmaster
General Albert B. Burleson from the
cabinet because of the latter s alleged at-
tacks on organized labor.
American Balloon Is
Fired on by Mexicans
as It Crosses Border
By Associated Press.
Omaha. Jan. f in a letter Just re-
ceived by bis wire in Omaha Lieut rtob-
ert Flnley wün commanded the balloon
which last week sr ended from the bal
loon school at iii Antonio. Texas and
w'h carried over the Mexican tine tells
or the exciting experience of hUnsetf smi
his two companlona
li Mexicana rirad opon me balloon
and when It landed captured lta occu-
panta. A rough landing was made one
or Flnley'.s companions suffered a broken
wrlsl. and the other a ipralned ankle.
After their cantors released them they
walked tu miles to tbe nearest town
where they were placed In Jail.
Through the Inierceiaton of an Ameri-
can consul they were finally allowed to
return to tbe United Stiles although un-
der international law 11 Is asserted thev
mtghi have been Interned for ihe rest or
the war. Flnley Is an Omaha man.
The Young Woman's Auxiliary or the
Westminster I'restivlerlan church will
meet witii Mi Madge (Steele at the home
of mis. John 11. 1 leant 1l.fi Brown street 1
next Saturday nfiernoon at. i o'rloek- f.
Mrs. Jane Gift Athens Ohio R-
D. 1 aaya : "I think I would hnvo
been dead lona ago If it hadn't
been for Peruna Six years ago I
bed the grip very bed. I grew
worse In spite of doctors and other
remedies. I sew an account of a
woman who had been cured of grip
by Pemna. My husband got soma
Parana and improvement began in
a very short time. I continued to
uso It until I was entirely well."
Mr. C Happy of Hardin Ray Co..
Missouri " took a very bed cold and
had la grippe last hjaibniary" he'
says. "I took three bottles of
Perune and it cured me."
They show that the system is being weakened by a congestion of the breathing
apparatus. This congestion in the mucous membranes of the throat and
lungs decreases the supply of oxygen to the blood gives off poisons that are
absorbed by the blood and taxes the other organs with increased work.
Then your body needs help. It needs to be toned up to do the extra work.
The tonic used should also have a direct effect on those congested membranes.
PERUNA is That Tonic-
Its effect upon the membranes Is to relieve the oooites-
t ion. banish the catarrhal symptoms invigorate the digestion
and circulation and thus enable the system to rid itself of
all the inflamed condition known as cold.
Because a cold is nothing less than acote catarrh and
because in addition to its tonic effects Peruna is a reliable
remedy for catarrh its use in colds and coughs is more effec-
tive than any other remedy yet offered. This fact is amply
proved by the thousands who have found relief by the forty-
four years of success and by the many thousands of homes
that regard Peruna as the best family remedy. J
You will understand why when you use it yourself.
Parana may bm obtained in tablmt form for connniinci and
carrimd with you warywhmn.
Tha Pana Compttny. Columbu Ohio
Save a THRIFT
Not a Contribution BUT trie Safest Investment
in the World
i N denomination of 25c issued to Help you save
money in small amounts.
With the lnsj I luilt Stamp you get a limit Card
with space lot K) I hnlt Stamps.
When filled the card will have $4.01) in stamps on
it and !y adding 12c you can exchange it for a War
gUY A THRIFT STAMP TODAY for your-
self youi wife and each of your children. Then
each of you SAVE A THRIFT STAMP a day. It
will help your Government it will help you and will
help your wife and children by teaching them to save.
LICK A STAMP AND LICK THE KAISER
V THE M
laJ. I r .
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Cc $5 face value sold during December and January
W for $4. 1 2.
On January 1st 1923 the United States will pay
$5.00 for each stamp this being the $4.12 plus 4
compound interest. v
With the first War Savings Stamp you get a War
Savings Certificate with spaces for 20 stamps. If you
fill the entire certificate it will be redeemed for $100 on
January 1st 1923.
THIS SPACE DONATED BY
QOING without some small customary luxury each
day will enable us to do this but let's really sacri-
fice a little realizing as we must that even the most we
can sacrifice in this way can scarcely be compared with
the great sacrifice made by those who are fighting our
battles for us on the firing lines.
Let us buy War Stamps every day to our very limit
and let's be sure to START TODAY I
F G. Billings Piano Co.
W. G. Dunn
Win tHe War
With Your Daily Savings
BÜV WAR STAMPS-StTrYtODAY
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Tri- State Talking Machine Co.
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