Clipped From El Paso Herald-Post
t Happened in Old El Paso IFTV YEARS AGO (From The Herald ot Feb. II, 1003} With cheers and a brass band, the Union Labor party last evening launched the first ticket of its kind in the state in Myar Opera House d ' although a large number of Moreneacl supporters in the gallery gallery and others on tht floor at- tempted to interrupt the meeting, ::s predicted in The Herald, it was an enthusiastic success. E. Thomason when questioned about Dr. Will Durant's statement that men over 30 could not fail in love. Mayor Thomason, whose head is slightly ba!d, was married a few months ago. More than $3200 will be turned into the fund for sick and aged policemen policemen as a result at the benefit darice being given Fcb 14 by the police force, accnrdinrr' tn .<;»* ,r. Tomorrow is the anniversary of! the death of the martyred president, president, Abraham Lincoln, and several several local Republicans are arranging arranging to properly observe the day. Miss Zork entertained the Tuesday Tuesday Afternoon Club at the home of Mrs. Krakauer. The games were interesting and the refreshments delicious. Dr. Lawrence, Spiritual Adviser, asks no questions, tells your name, trlls about your business affairs, locates lost articles or hidden treasures, treasures, give advice >n all matter of business, love and marriage; satis- or no lee. Parlors St. C. Ott, chairman of ticket sales. (faction Charles Hotel. Private parlor for ladies. * * * TWENTY-FIVki YEARS AGO (From The Post ot Ff.b. II, 1!I28) Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harvey told Hester Hood, general secretary of the Y.W.C.A., in long distance tele^ phone conversation from Alamogordo Alamogordo that they would give fifty S10 memberships in the organization. organization. Audley Dean Nichols, El Paso artist, is named with leading artist; artist; entering the San Antonio Art Le 'l eu<i 5 14 .5GG contest ai Sari Anthe tomo "Say, *•' * * TEN YEARS AGO (From The Hcrald-Pojt at Feb. 11, R. Neitl Walshe, assistant U. S. district attorney, will report tomorrow tomorrow at the Ft. Bliss Reception Center Center for induction into the Army. His deparure will leave Holvey Williams, Williams, assistant U. S. district attorney, attorney, in charge. Two thousand more books are needed at once to supply needs of men in the Armed Forces adjacent to E! Paso. Mrs. Carmelita A. Pomeroy, Pomeroy, chairman of the Victory Book Drive, asks El Pasoans to give gc.ierously of good books. Commissioners Court has granted granted permission to Ft. Bliss authorities authorities to use the courthouse basement basement space as an overnight "bull pen" for soldiers arrested in El Paso by military police on misdemeanor misdemeanor charges. County Attorney Guinn and City Attorney Camerson have written to Attorney General Mann for an opinion on the legality of the proposal proposal to use machinery of the County Tax Assessor's and Collector's Collector's office to collect municipal taxes.