El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 38TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 18, 1918 Page: 3 of 10
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES SATURDAY MAY 18 1918.
sachs Qurrs as
TWO EL PASOANS
ARE ARRESTED ON
11. S. WARRANTS
NORMAL FLOW OF
RIVER THIS YEAR
NO ANSWER MADE
TO PROTEST ON
HIGH FILM TAX
TO BE WITH GUNS
WAR STAMP CLUB
IS ORGANIZED BY
Prívale Breara shrBIBH kuss í esa Ae anil sas Xntoeaa M.
Til BE VERY LOW
WITH BIG PUNCH
For Today's Selling
On Sale All Day I On Sale All Day
City Wm Hold Position Open
Art Transferred From County
Jail to Fort Bliss
Only Fifty Per Cent of Usual
Amount of Water for This
Period Stored Up.
del Arco Supplies Jut
Native of Sunny Country Cot
From Coal Camp to Joan
U. S. Amy.
Railway Poctal Society Man Do
Work as City
far Praccits It the
From Big Reserve.
William Ucm superintendent or the
disposal piral bu tendered hie resigna-
Hon to tha mayor and .city council. Mr.'
Sacha la leaving ror Sacramento Cal.
wlun he has relatives. Ha expects to
remain there ror some time.
as auperlntendent or toe disposal plant
Mr. Sacha made the reputation of being
a highly erririent man. He held the posl
lion three yeara and la (riven credit aa
the result of hla management and super-
vision of having reduced the expense
r operation at leaal syenn a year. It waa
stated that ror the present the position
would not be filled.
TO INDICT ALL VAGRA XTR.
Py Times -Special correspondent.
San Angelo Texas May 1?. Judge
Charlea K. Dubois' in hla charge tu the
grand Jury al the opening or the spring
I'm or the Tom dreen County district
court ai tlinnred tlx- Indictment or all
vagrant in san Angelo and violators of
tile new Tesas loyalty law. Men with no
visible means of support who loar about
the streets must elthrr go to work at
once Join the army or leave the city
uthout delay. Vagrancy cases coming
up In district court under Indictment will
he trsnsf'rred to the county court ror
Two men were arrested yesterday morn-
ing on presidential warrants by Deputy
t'nlted Slates MsrsMÜ I. it. Pulióse and
have been ennrined tn the stockade at Fort
Bliss. Previously thev had been eonrined
In the county Jail pending the issuance
or the warrants al Washington.
Leonard AcJterman was registered aa a
German alien enemy and Is charged wltti
violating the presidential restrictions gov-
erning the conduct or alien enemies. It Is
charged that he emend the Port Bliss
military renervatlon. In violation or the
president s warning. He Is understood o
have procured an automobile soon after
registering as an alien enemy and en-
gaged In the practice or carrying passen-
gers to and rroni the fort. The presidential
regulations forbid this.
Adam Schumann Is alleged to have made
derogatory remarks against the govern
ment president ann army or toe t.nuea
Statrs.'Viri la charged with being In sym-
pathy with the German government and
having contempt for that of the United
of anow water Is lielng registered at the
san Marcial gaging station This is ahum
Mi per cent or Uie normal flow that should
lie discharging Intn the reservoir at Kle
pl-ant Butte at this season of the year. The
it dlcatlous are that the normal Mow or the
Rio erando ror the present year will be
one of the loweat on record.
l till Hill s ( III l. Its AND COLDS.
For children's coughs and solds Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy la excellent. It
Is prompt and effectual and contains no
opium or other narcotic and la pleasant to
take. The Wamer Drug Co. Adv.
Gonzalez and A costa
Back From Conference
at Chihuahua City
Mayor Francisco D. (lómales or Juarez
has returned from Chihuahua City where
he went lor a conrerence with flovernor
Arnullo Oonxsler who recently resumed
his duties as governor arter a stay or
some time In Mexico city. Mr Dnnialcz
stated yesterday that varmus questions of
lbs city administration were discussed In
the conrcrenres which be held wltb the
governor Jose Areata chief of the se-
cret service of the redera! government
wbn went with Mayor Gonzalez also re-
turned at the same time
Due to the fact that Colonel del Arco. Declaring that be wanted to right with
former commandante at Jsarei. owner or tne t nurd stales troops so that he could
help his native country In the
rnpran war. rem iiibemardi
I Italy orrered his services at toe Untied
Mates army recruiting station yeatentay
and was immediately accepted.
lh- imperial theater there has 00 Amer-
ican ntma under lesas Juares theater
managers are able to present programs
I their patrona every night although un
s.d W Import filma from the United
Slates because of the prohibitive dun.
olonei del Arco who Is now on duty sam nam de Hun In Italv aoon and !
wants to help puna me with the hunch
In the southern part of Chihuahua
ir. nerouslv furnished his two rompen
lors with films and for the present all
three theaters are now operat ng ntgnity
The fllntr were being used In chihuahua
and othet cities and are being shipped
to Jtiarcx rioni tne souin.
The duly on rilms remains the same
No information In answer to the wired
protests of Juarez theater owners I as
keen received. It Is ra ported that the
theater managers have taken the matter
up with Manuel t'rirto deputy in tne
Mexican congress from the Juarez
trlct who may bring the question tip In
tne Mexican congrega.
rtminK.Ri.Aivc tabi kts
People everywhere speak well or Cham
berlaln'a rabieta. If you are troubled with
indigestion or constipation give them
trial. You ara certain to be benefited by
them. The wamer Drug Co. Adv.
I IVOUR lXLlJMlC3CXw
1 WILL HELP HER yV
HELP "'pS I
I El Paso's 1
Begins Monday May 20
She Will Be Ready
HAVE you ever lain in No Man's Land with a chattered thigh and a throat that
burned with thirst)
Has your wife ever begged food for her children and herself at the meas kitchen
of a soldiers' camp)
Has your little son ever torn his mother's heart with a plaintive cry - day after
day for food she couldn't give him)
Has your little daughter clad in a ragged dress her ONLY dress ever shivered
night after night in the ruined cellar of what was once her home)
Has your city ever been destroyed nay powdered bricks stone timbers and
all co ground into the duct that one scarce knew where street ended and building
It ia exactly such suffering that the Ked Cross is organized here and in Europe
The Red Crocs asks for One Hundred Million Dollars as the least it needc to
carry on this work.
Can You DARE You Refuae to Give to Thi. Work And
Give Till the Heart Say Stop?
Every Cent of Every Dollar Received for the Red Crow War
Fund Goes for War Relief
The American Uad Croas is the largest and
moat efficient organisation (or the relief of
Buffering that the world has aver asen.
It la mada up almoat entirely of volunteer
workers tha higher executives being without
exception man accustomed to Urge affaire
who sra in almoat all caaes citrine their ser-
vices without paf.
It is supported entirely by I ta membership
feas and by voluntary contributions.
It is today bringing relief to aufferlns hu-
manity both military and olvll. in every war
tons allied country.
It plans tomorrow to help In the work of
restoration throughout tha world.
It feeds and clothes satire populations la
times of great calamity.
It la there to balp your soldier boy in his
time of need.
With Its thousands of workers. Its tremen-
doas stores and smooth running transportation
facilities it la serving aa America's advance
guard and thus helping to win the war.
fongreae authorises it.
President Wilson besas It.
The War Department audits Its accounts.
Your Army your Nsvy and your Allies ea-
thuslsstlcally endorse it
Twenty-two million Americans have Joined It.
JOIN THE RED CROSS AUTOMOBILE PARADE
All isartlx-ipauiu are rincnstsd to steoaraic üacar as toe with Keel Cross sad Aaxtertuan flag.
Use Kike' Bed Croes Mtnatret swears Monday ssigtil at Use Tesas Grauad Theater.
M l I HI. Vol H Tit Kr.Tb I- Alii. MONDAY.
Tul space is ouaisTaWed to aid the Red Crow by the El Paco Cae Coaapaoy
lítala has the runa with the his punch"
Plbcrnerdí waa placed In tits fl-ld ar-
Hilary and went nut to FoTT Bliss ror
further examination. He Is very anxious
to right the Austrian and German arm 'ee
Private James I. n-hn of the local atarr.
who h; s been traveling on rerrultlni
duly In New Mexico has relumed. Prl-
Roth men made rinr
estcrday by Captain
records while r
Men accept d
Ferdinand w. Fonda at the local rccmlt
mg station were as follows- AlfTcd Ma-
dr d. I.as Vegas M. M.. medical d?part-
tnint: Fred Pmisser. Tnyah. Texaa In-
rantry: Felix Dlhernardl. iillanro Italv.
field artillery: Harold M. Miller Pauta
Fe. !i. M.. cavalry: John Woods Detroit.
Mich. coast artillery; Ignacln I'adllla "Id
Albuquerque N. M.. coast artillery. Jas
C. Anderson. Albuquerque N. caval-
ry; Albert Schmidt. East las Vegas. N.
"M. medical department: nanlel T. nrsn-
tnatn. Plenums. Texas and Jam-s ft.
Cnrmlrk Plenums Texas cavslry:
bert K. Bruce. Toyah. Texas ordnance
corps; jetreison n. Welch Morlarty It
M. quartermaster corns; Jackson A
Welch Moriarty. N. M nuartrmastc
Dues Purchases Angelus
Hotel; to Make Number of
The Hotel Angelus located In thn hesrl
of the business dlstrlrt baa been ptir-
cneacn as '.. c. unes a prominent noiei
man of thla rlty. Mr. Duea contemplates
making some extensive Improvements
The new proprietor formerly owned and
operaicit inc notéis I lasts and carlvlr
Among 'the improvements and rhanges
contemplated ny Nr. Hues IS Inst or a
roof garden. He la considering establish-
ing a modern anil up-to-date roof garden
with palms. Japanese lanterns where
ngni rerresnments and sort drinks can
A dining room and lunch counter are
aoon to tr added lo the hotel. Telephones
will be Installed In every room hot and
raid running water and elevator service.
An orchestra will play In toe dining room
during meal hours.
MOB.nA!Y To Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Mor-
gan. 09. Mesa avenue May IS a ann.
Kk'INMEH To Mr. and Mra. Waller Scott
skinner two North Kansas street May
li a son. .
BEI.I.-Tn Mr. and Mra. Herbert Bell SOS
I'ainpheii street. May te a son.
hucha To Mr. and Mrs. Margarlio lin-
cha. Ml San Jacinto street May II a ann.
I IF trll
CASTRO Juan liaran Castro months
died st the home of bla parents Mr. and
Mrs. Antonio Castro. 1706 East Missouri
street May in. Burial waa In Concordia
B 1 V E n A Fumara Rivera to years died
at SHls Flnley street May II. Burial was
made In Concordia Catholic cemetery.
ni ai Mm Jose Regalado w yeara
died at loli Maníaos street May 17.
Burial was mad In Concordia cemetery.
I (JCLKBRATE HI HIIIM. A.VMVKBIIAR.Y.
By Times Special correspondent.
San Angelo May 17. A social event en-
tirely out of the ordinary occurred Mon-
day evening at the home or Mr. and Mra.
Arthur Martin when their párenla Mr.
and Mri. A. C. Martin celebrated tin-it
aixty-flral wedding anniversary. The aged
rnuple hare reaided at the home of their
son In this city for Hie past eight years
The celebration waa unusual In that few
people are permitted lo share the joya
or lire together for so many years
Though aged In years as men count lime.
they are apparently enjoying excellent
health are active in the arralra or their
home and find pleasure and Interest In
the happenings of the day. Mr. and Mrs
Martin wero married In hi. Clalrsviiie
Onto sixty-one yeara ago.
Simvtlll TO I Mil ST III II. HI HOOF.
By Times Special Correspondent.
Ban Angelo May 17. Walter Mcpher-
son aged IS year.- charged with burglary
waa convicted at sterling City and sen
lenred to aerie five yeara In the stats
industrial school for Boys at uaiesvill
Tha case was tiled by a Jury before
Judre Charles I Illinois of this city.
and waa tn. rtrat of tu kind ever held
In the Fifty-first dlstrlrt court. Drill
narlly county murta handle Juvenile
cases hut the Teias legislature In tail
made an exception nf Sterling county on
account of Ita small population.
A meeting of Kl Paso postal clerks and
carriers was held last night for the pur-
pose of organising a War Savings so-
ciety. The employes oí Hie railway postal
service with headquarters In this rlty
about SO In number are contributing In a
substantial manner lo the success of the
War stamp campaign kn tins city. I n-
der Ins leadership of Pavld Mcknight
members nf the railway postal orsanlia
non have foemed a group of "city sales-
man" lo visit (he various stamp agent-lea
r.hre earh week and replenish depleted
stocks and check up on sales. They are
nictating under the direction. of the II
Paso War stampa clearing house com-
mittee or which A. Pi Coles Is chairman.
One nr the railway postal men had this
to say annul their work which they rc
sard as a patriotic "sideline" to that or
handling t in to sam'a malla:
"We have a derided advantage over
other .fity salesmen' because we carry a
line or 'samples- inai no ooe can unu
fault wiHi. our prices are as low as any
and we reprcaenl a .-house- that Is above
criticism; Ihererore. we do not meet wtin
many of the ilimrullles encountered by
grocery and other salesmen.
Many Mew Rat lac Sorlellea.
Fnurteen new societies were rormed
ycstcritav afternoon with IU uietnhci s.
These will purchase asjs.ni worth of Wsr
Among Hie large societies rormed yes
terday were: Peyton's tciall market with
A. f. Mnlir. secretary. In members are to
purchase W7 worth of stamps mommy:
faitee barber shop society w. B. Ursy
secretary eight members to purchase W
worth oí stamps weekly El Paso Milling
cumpenv l td. John J. I'lati secretary.
members who will purchase ajsi.itt wortl
of stamps monthly; Jenkins Piano com
im ocintv Irene Jenkins secretary
In members who will purchase Ki ss worth
nr .. neeklv ai inolithlv: III
Stales Beclamatlnn Service Warehouse De
partment society J. A. Morenson. jr. arc
ruiary four members to -purchase so
warm of stamps monthly : American flro
-. -omnanv society. It. iloodman. sec
relsry. nine 'member's to put t-base llu.SO
worth of stampa weekly; western uro-
eomnanv Jose Cervantes secretary
M 'members to purchase 11 stamps
SI ml cuts Are Si Hi c.
The Bcall school has formed S societies
and the children are buying' a very large
amount of stamps each week. The High
r.1..1 ...eieiv consist of IOS members.
and up to May I had purchased Sl.OW
worth or stamps.
The War Savings stamp committee yea
terday issued the following statement:
"There are still several districts or the
cm wiiere catnauis with llielr teams have
not completely canvassed for the purpose
of forming w. s. b. socichci.
quest every business nansa ui rrnurr as
sistance in running inr e". ir..
and not make It neceaeary rnr the men
who are giving up their time free of
charge to make several calls.
"We are now woraiug o rarnsi :
rormed by every itiilon In Uio city.'
rlasaliala union. No. Ml 1. M. Mur
phy eerretary. formed a society or. 14
ineinbers and will purchsae CUTS wortlTof
"'The'rtalioniWar Savings aoclely. com-
posed ol the mplnyers of the I. n IJS
Hons ateai nuppiy mt''. ...
Nations lacking cuinpany lias been or
aanlied with Mr. stein preanieiu. ai i.
Mrs. Mlcholsoa. treesnrer. Thla society
has the honor to no a usi pn n..
clelv every employe oi mean io
panics having enrolled as a aiibscriber
!md will lake each month during the re-
niatnder or thla year a regular allotment
or Utrirt stamps. The total irainisi
pledged by the Natlona' War Havings so-
ciely is mX par month or ll.OJ0.ll for
the next seven months.
IIOCTflB JOIXB ARMY.
By Times Special correspondent.
San Angelo May 17. With two sons al
ready In the military service. Dr. Basrom
Lynn s practitioner of Una rtiy for many
yssrs past. Is also to don tha khaki at
an early day. He has received from
Washington a commission of first lien
tenant In the medical section or the offi-
cers' reseñe corps and will leave aoon
for fort Sam Houston. San Antonio (rue
of Dr. Lynn's aona la in Camp Bowls:
btber la In the ineehsnleel artiool for
drafted men at College Station.
BCAXTY i it v-mis
W. Catbeart to United Slates of
America pails of ser Hon II and II. town
abip as eourti United Slates re Isinallon
serrlre aurvey. Can Kiturlu gram con
raso Heights Investment company
lo Mark. Mochan. Iota I n M and
block St. Fl laso Heights sdditlun:
C C. Dasa. aaa at Uss ssnsl wall known
aoUl men of El Psao. sad rscenUy pro
prieior or we noiei t ariyt-. tisaw sad
sllwr Bótela has Iskru over the manas
o.. i ii Hotel Aassiua. Old residíala
mill remember It aa km of the historic
spots of the my and al una tiuie ihc
Dues latenda lo fan lbs old ftauM or
nopulatily bark to a alow or eosin- s it.
Slid bis Initial aflorla ara coareiitraied on
WOSHCN'S tXl'BS I I I l I III I II I its.
By Times Special Correspondent.
I.aa Crucea N M. atsy nuaiavsia ior
ie Dons Ans rounly Federsllon ot
women's r. ubs for the ensuing year were
elected at the meeting held hers si rol
Iowa: Mra. Edward Hurt Canutillo presi-
dent; Mra. I tank lalla I as ernes vies-
president: Mr. T I. Mrkamy Anthony
secretary; Mra. William Southerlahd I.aa
:rures treasurer: Mrs. .. r.. i-oca ma
silla parliamentarian: Mrs. Herbert Yeo
i.aa Crucea. uresa reporter; Mra. I.. A.
Spencer Canutillo corresponding secre-
tary. The clubl or Ihe rounly composing tha
federation are: Meallla Park Progresa
nub l.a Union Aladdin club; Anthony.
Crearen! club: Hatch Women's club; I.as
Cruras Wednesday Literary club; I.aa
nucas Women'a Improvement easoria
I.KHIU'H I'NOTKNT A
akin food of exceptional
worth. The regular Oc alic
ML'OHKfl' IDEAL 11 A 1 II
mil'SHBS A rubber cuah-
loned hair brush with real
bristles thst upholds the
Hughe Ideal stun. I ml Stie-
clal for Today. SOes
each at U vi
JFOnaKN'B SHAMPOO A
ehnmpno that cleenaea the
hair and scalp without leav-
ing the hslr dry nnd brittle.
Liberal bottles. 29 C
BMERY BOARD Bast
nullity emery boards.
convenient else. The
RRADLRT'fl HATH AM-
MONIA A linth ammonia
thnt lenvea a fragrance of
tha woodlitnd violet. Lnrra
MIYA AND DAN8K PACK
rOWDKU-A French msdo
powder that has many of tha
pleasing qiinlltlea of the
more expensive kinds. Tha
I'OND'B EXTRACT Pood's
Extract has become a uni-
versal household remedy.
bottTes. at 69 C
J. V J. SHAVING CREAM
Johnson's Shsvlng Cream Im-
parts a rich creamy Inther
thnt eliminates the drudge
from shaving. f f
The lubea at 1 77 C
LAVORI8 An antiseptic
and mouth wnsh that will do
much to prevent gum
trouble and teeth d gV
decay. l(c sise at I7C
RUBBBn OOtD8 Oood-
year's factory rejecta of hot
water bottles and founlsin
ayrlnges. Made of pure rub-.
ber In t nnd I quart hIcci
HIND'S HONEY AND AL-
MOND CREAM The Per
of all liquid créame Oh aala
Today limit two bottlea to a
customer while tho f9 A
50c all go at Uf C
( First Floor)
on Hale frase SB S:S0 p. an.
MALVINA CREAM A
bleaching cream that leavea
tha akin clean and fresh.
After Supper Bale limit a to
a cuatomer aiajaSSv
at each O7C
NAIL BRUSHES Imported
nail brushes with solid backs
and good quality brlatlea.
Choice of several convenient
ahupes and sisea
GOURAUD'B ORIENTA I.
CREAM A liquid- oraam
that has no equal. After
Hujiper Bale limit
ruatomsr at a
CERTIFIED WITCH HAZEL
AND ALMOND CREAM
Thla Is a aafeguard against
rough and Irritated skin
chapped fnce nnd handa. It
pusmceffc remarkable sooth-
ing nnd henllng properties
and positively does not leave
dranitrccnlile and sticky feel
ing after use.
A bottle st
LUXOR COLD CREAM
Beautifies the romplexloB.
benericlsl to the skin and ie
a perfect hygienic massage
crenm. Iut up in opaque
A Jar. at
I. UXOR VANISHING
CREAM Cools softens and
protects the skin. A vara
tlon essential. JPut up in at-
tractive opaque g j
glass Jars. A jar V C
BOAP Guaranteed to con-
tain the choicest of nils and
pure extract -of witch hasel
The Ingredients alone pro-
claim Its merits. 1 7sC
VANITY BETS Containing
Luxor Rouge and Powder
with separate wool puffs.
Put up in n dainty box with
mirror. Very desirable for
traveling use being most
compact and accessible. Thu
U XOR BMELLINQ SALTS
Recommended for head-
ache . fninttng spells car
nick nee and sea-slcknaes.
Put up In two sises priced
Feetitring Requisites For
See Our Ads
In Today's Herald and
Get Ready M onday
To Subscribe To
The Red Cross
NO PAPKBN; MUKVBD 0' COMMUMIH
By Tunea special Correspondent.
Han Angelo Teiaa Msy 17- Bsceuee he
had never taken out M'saacMn ispees.
James 11. Flndlalsr of Han Angelo has
been notified of lila disqualification aa
captain of Troop U. Third Teiaa cavalty
oeing organisea pare nu "-.1
eel..! lv his voiioser brother. J.
Mart Hndlab-r. who waa roiisnlsaloned
1 raí llsulsusni when lbs organisation of
the troop waa authorised about a month
ago. w. A. Hadden s lawyer of fort
atorkton aurcesda 10 the first lleuiensu-
ry and John H Hemphill nr this city s
sti dciit In the I'nlverslly or Tessa la asu-
mid llsulenaut. Seventy man hive so far
si:i 1 eaafuily passed the medical ciamlna-
tlon and bean scceptrd fur service In the
Brushing up lbs Ions diaueed tied gai
gsa. An orchestra sod d Sinks asul aKsr
rght rcfrastiassau will ba served
ase dsacea. An up u. dau- dimiig luotu
snd lunch rounier will be Insullsd aud
Bsrs wUi be aisalc .siiih all uieai. -m
Aud unlit- nasal ever vicing lo these
sal mass pm prtrst win be with
or tas ssosl war drained
iwuiava roosns with telsphoas'
Through Quality at a Fair Price
YOU probably aim to practica economy in buying your
spring clothes it's not only wise fronda personal stand-
point but it's really a national duty.
We'll help you practice that kind of economy and we
want you to know what we consider real economy.
Economy doesn't consist of buying unreliable clothes at a
very low price that's really extravagance in its worst form-
But ecenomy does consist of buying long wearing durable
clothes at special value price and that's the kind we offer
We're ready with a Urge stock of SOCIETY BRAND and AO-
LER -ROCHESTER CLOTHES. Smart styles good tailoring
.nod fabrics fine values. Clothes that Uva 1P AA AND
m w ar mi ini
up to your expectation and oar reputation .
TWO MONEY SAVING
SPECIALS FOR TODAY
Genuine Unbreakable Pana-
mac in all chapee; f0 C
$4 values at t.OeJ
Tropical two-piece Suite in
many different patterns. New
lined at ... .
tara f or
bes sad sold wslar. sisvator awl
rttrt wiu 1 ni as iv
uw u B psr
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