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8 nflav, June MISS BECKIE MERKIN BECOMES THE BRIDE OF L. L. ROSENBERG; SURPRISE WEDDING THE second bijf surprise wedding of m 4.UC dT.DlW wino arav v. "" ....... Merkin to Lou Ludwic Rosenberg, on Sunday, at liigh noon, at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. J. Stolaroff, on Iserth OreRon street. Rabbi Martin Zie-lonka, performed the ceremony. Miss Merkin was attended by her niece. Miss .Tame Stolaroff. and the groom by his best man, Huro Kichwald, his uncle. The ceromonv took place in the large parlor of the fctolaroff home. Only the most intimate friends and relatives of the families were .present. The bride was Riven in marriace by her brother-mlaw. J. Stolaroff. She wore a traveling suit of Sbantonc silk, in bisque. Her jelt hat was in white and bisque to jnaton. Her corsaRe bouquet was of Mies of the vallev and orchids. The maid of honor wore a white flannel suit and a hat of white ReorRette repe. She carried an arm bouquet of sweet peas and lilies of the valley. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the Harey bouse, places were laid for 15. In the center of the table was a large white basket of pink roses. Extending from the basket to the places were white ribbons with a lmm-h of lilies of the valley. The place ranis were hand painted pictures of brides. Immediately after the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg left on the Golden State for California, where they will spend their honeymoon. About the middle of Jiilv they will be at home to their friends in the Robmon apartments. Mrs. liosenbere is the sister of Mrs. J. Stolaroff. Mrs. Maurice Goldoft and Mrs. Nathan Coldoft. of this city. She is a popular member of her social set, fcaMnjr lived here nine years. Her for-Ed home was Chicago. Mr. Roenbers is in the commission bu-inea in this citv. He came from JTe York city about a Tear apo. He is th nephew of Hugo Eiehwald. also of fin- citv. and is popular among his many friends. ver prettv wddtnir was performed last -Reek at Little Rock. Ark., when Miss TCIizabeth Ingram and Norman E. SnodRrass, of El Phjo. were married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and M-s TV. E. Ingram. The ceremony, which took place at 3 oclock, was performed bv Re . Forney Hutchnison. Tall wicker bs-skets fillea with laven der peonies were placed about the room The bride wore a white Korgette -repe dress tn ankle length. Her picture hat was of tulle and ostrich feather She carried a French bouquet of li'.es of the valley and bride's roses, i Mrs Snoderass is the daughter of Mr. and M-s W. E Ingram, of Little rock. Ark .tiul was a popular member of the . ml set of that place. Mr. and ilr -rodcrass are now at home to their friends in El Paso. ; Mis- Blanche Robinson and J. R. J Kozaya were qjietly married on Son-da mcrht at the home of Mrs. F. Garfield on Williams street. The house ras decorated in sweet peas and palms. , jkrx. W. M. Falrle..- performed the cere-3iionv. Miss Robinson wore a white fiuss'v willow taffeta gown in ankle ensrth and carried an arm bouquet of ' pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Zozaya will be at home to their friends at the Mar-caret apartments on Kast Boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ronan announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Gladys Ronan to M. J Crowley. The bedding w 11 tak. place rn Thursday morning July . at the church of the Imaculate ofcrptlon at 8 o'clock mass. Father i Roy will perform the ceremony. ' 1 Miss Louise Sanburn is entertaining I this afternoon at bridge in Honor or . Miss Marbry Henning. a June bride. Miss Henning will be the brle or 1 n-arry ruilMOIV vii cuuecutt mii. I June IS. Cards. The members of the S. D. Bridge club I -ere entertained on Saturday after- noon ai idc ""me oi .hive aiiiw ji- ( ponin on iwagoinn avenue, xne oouk . was attractively decorated in sweet peas and garden flowers. Miss Mary Dewev won the prise for high score. During the games, punch was served and at the close of the games the players enjoyed a two course luncheon. Ow-ng to the number of the members who will be out of town for the rest of the Bummer, the club will not hold a meeting again until next fail. About El Pasoans. Miss F.easie Harrell is HI In Rolston bospital where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. She Is improving Percy McGhee, who has been ill at liis home on North Florence street. Is now able to again be at work. He has been confined to his home for a couple of weeks. Phone To Best Advantage. Call 350 when you want the best f'ervice on Automobiles. Taxicabs. Limousines. Baggage too. City erlce Company. fSuc'rs to Jitne Co Adv "Why Xot Take a Mexican sarape with you If you plan on going away. Beach's Art Shop, City National Bank BMg. Adv. Beautify the Complexion DJTEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM The Unequiltd Beautifkr USED AND ENDORSED EV THOUSANDS Guaranteed to remove tan, freckles, pimples, liver spots, etc. Extreme cases about twenty days. Rids pores Leaves the Two tires, counters or and tissues of impurities skin clear, soft, healthy. 50c. and $1.00. By toilet mail NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Parti. Tm Are You Ready 9, We Have Spent Years Preparing For Your Flaoiie Call We Are! ELglS9 26. 1016. Dnr,r Miss Jane Surges will be hostess this evening at an informal dancing party at her home on West Boulevard, complimentary to the Sigma Delta sorority-Ray B. Gilbert entertained a few of his friends with a, dance at the home of his brother, II B Gilbert, on Clifton street. The new bungalow was decorated in sweet peas and ferns, launch and cakes were served during the dancing and later an ice course wut served. Mrs; F. B. Gilbert assisted her son In entertaining his guests, who were Misses Emily White. Evelyn Payne, Come Ivy. Olive Page. Mary Evans. Kathleen Perkins. Florence Robertson, and K. Smith; Messrs. Jack Ivy. Ralph Pateman, Lemuel Smith. Robert Martin. Farias Kimbell. Jessie Hollaoe, Jex Gilbert and G. Voucher. Mrs. William Moon was hostess on Saturday evening at her ranch and summer home at Belen. The party went down in automobiles and spent the evening in singing and dancing. Later in the evening a delicious lunch was served. The party left early for El Paso in their cars. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bartholoraae. Mr. and Mrs. R- Narzinsky. Mesdames II. Williamson. H. J. Heitgen. Misses Thelma Heitgen, Ella Narzinsky, Esther Karzinsky, Lucy Moon. Messrs. Arthur Borcherding Joe Waller. IL Ong. T. Carter. H. Brown. Walter Narzinsky. Fred Narzinsky and Robert Moon. The Eighth cavalry band played the music for the regular weekly bop given by the officers and their wives at the post hall on Saturday night. The usual good time was enjoyed by those present Among those who attended the dance were CoL and Mrs. Joseph Garrard, Capt. and Mrs.- George C. Barnhardt. Capt. and Mrs. William Graham, Lieut, and ilrs. Victor Foster. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gaines, Mrs. Anne Porter Krause, Mrs. William Allaire. Misses Valeria Garrard. Floy Barnhardt. Estelle Berrien. Mary Lewis, Marlon Jones, Evelyn Jones, Alice Myles Agnes Stewart. Frances Earl. Marion Moses. Emily Kemp. Coye Alvis, Enid Ainsa. Marion Ainsa. Mary White, Lieuts. Julian Barnes, John Burr. Robert McG. LIttlejohn and A D. Cowley, Messrs. John Porter Pryor, Harvey Wilcox Sterling Blackshear, C C. Cnoe-make. Jim Curtis. Tally Brown, Frank Ainsa, L. J. Catherine. Charles BuBr-rage and S. Solomon. Misses Elsie McVey and Daisy McVey were hostess to a number of their friends at an Informal dancing party at their home on Rosa street on Saturday night. The parlor where the guests were received by the hostesses, their sister, Mrs. H. H. Ilouts. and Mesdames Louis Eddy and II. Orlopp, was decorated in sweet peas, Shasta, daisies and ferns . Twisted crepe paper in green and white extended from the chandelier to the corners of the room. In the back room, which was cleared for dancing, was hung Japanese lanterns on twisted green and white crepe paper. Sweet peas and ferns were also In evidence. The dance was In the form of a carnival. Confetti and carnival naier rolls were thrown by the dancers. Punch was served during the dancing and later a light lunch course I Misses Ruth Keays. Elita SDellman. n3 cujujeu. a "wet lccui. CI c Hazel Priest. Lois Gettis, Carrin Richins. Agnes O'Rouke. Mildred Bol-mer, Grace Talbot, Estrella Haley, Maggie Mercer, Armine Mercer, Marie Luttick. Helen Washic, Elsie McVey and Daisy McVey. Mesdames H. H Houts. Louis Eddy and II. Crlopp: Messrs. G. F. Hals. Paul Baker, Roy Cbitwood. Earl Glascow, Rudolf Savage. E. Lefcovitz. Earl Carlin, Fred Johnson, Hiram House. Wade Haley. P.omould Gorman, Roy Pollard, Marlam Rochms. William Marberry, H. O'Rouke, C Davis, D Holmes and Richard Crutcher. El PaToans Returning. T! HnrvPf i YTtw HnV In a few davs from Little Rock and Fort Smith. Ark., where he has been vlsitinc T friends and relatives for the past month Or SIX weeKfi- Mif4 Vera fTheYintjref anA Tia Vel- I ms. Chenoweth have returned, after a I honth's visit with friends and relatives i In East Texas. They visited a number , of pointes of interest, including the oeacnes. I Jac-K Happen who has been at- tending Hotchkiss college. In Connec ticut lor the past winter, is expected home this evening or Tuesday to spend the summer vith m t.renti iir ,i the summer with his parents. Mr. and i Mrs. J. A. Happer. in Hawthorne Place. w ayne Chenoweth, -who has been at- tending school in the east for the oast four years. Is spending the summer vis- I i.i-. :.v 1.1- i. , -.. i i Vei. r-h.S-eh ,.jww differ The -Ladies Catholic Order of For-rt hi Ur ' Cl4t0,i esters" will have a card party and re- JJ, w r ?me 0n,KISr.t.1; ception at Knights of Pythias hall In .w.rL,Mr- Ct Ef"eth.Wi"iU Lan'w building on Stanton street -". Ws sstudles at Lehigh univer- Wednesday evening. The order has rn-Sri. . r. -i ,- .- vlted all of Its friends to attend. k2..?IPre.tK Goe?n- , wn. ,ha8 I The junior members of the Woman's been attending the university at Aus- -,,.- -i,, tr first buffet suDoer of a "" or V? PH? winter, is at present visiting friends In Texas, where she has ' been the honored guest of many social smnennss. eerore retrning to El Paso she will visit other friends at San Antonio. Texas, for severs- weeks. She will arrive in El Paso about Julv 2, wnere sne win spend part of the sum ..uw ,... .i ,iiU nxi i iu me sum' nier vistting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Goerlng. They expect to leave about me nrst or August for the California beaches, where thev will - unfit ' wwni uie roiuaie oi septemoer. Out Of Town Visitors. Misses Daisy Kearney and Alice Boucher of Alamogordo. X. M., are visiting in the city for a shon while. Mrs. Langford J. Locke has had as . vuar &ucBi iur & jew aays J11SS I Bessie Belle Pitts of Seguin. Tex., at her home on Cincinnati street, in Kern rmc jhiss nils, wno is a school chum of Mrs. Locke, and a sister of the "Zeta" . av.v..., u, vu uvr wy xu aitena ine I wedding of a cousin at Los Angeles, i She will remain with her aunt for the i rammer. Miss Pitts will leave Tuesday or Wednesday evening. Monition: Notice is hereby given that there have been seized' in thii 1 collection district for violation of the i t'nited States Customs laws, one bav mare with Mexican brand, one Mexican saddle, and 2 pair leggina. which will le sold at the U. S. Custom House Monday. July X, 1916. at 1 a. m. Anyone claiming toe property is required to appear within the time prescribed bv law. Z. L. Cobb. Collector of Customs Adv. Why ot A silk kimono for summer comfort and traveling. 14.5 and up. Beach's Art Shop, City National Bank Bldg. Adv. -TcxT. f&WU EL Cloudcwfl Noles. Cloudcroft. N. M.. June !6. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Latta ha e arrived In Cloudcroft to spend a short time. Mrs. A. S. Valdespino came to Cloudcroft Saturday with her three children. Mrs. Valdespino will nave the Baum cottage for the summer. airs, ityan ana ner nine aauKnier, Virginia, arrived in Cloudcroft Saturday to spend the summer. Mr. Otis Coles is spending the weekend with his family. Catherine Earle is visiting Mrs. J. H. Lewis until July. Mrs. Jack Ridley arrived in Cloudcroft Saturda) to spend the summer. Mrs. Henry Seggerman is in Cloudcroft for the season, with her family. J. F. Williams is spending a few days in Cloudcroft with his family. Dr. and Mrs. Outlaw have taken the Walker cottage for the season. W. K. Kraft was at the "Lodge" for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hall arrived in Cloudcroft Saturday to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schutz are visitors at the Lodge for a few days. Miss Catherine Foster Is visiting Miss Vilas Simmons. Josephine Morfit. who has been the guest of Nancy Williams for the past week, returned to El Paso Saturday. Barl Evans is visiting Bruce Bevan. Mrs. Margaret Stevens and Philip Stevens, came up Saturday to open Hill Side," where they will spend the months of July and August. Mrs. IL IL Schutz, of Las Lunas, JT. M.. Is a guest at the Lodge. Frank B. Roberts Is at the Lodge for tho week-end. Miss Fannie WooJ is the guest of her sister. Mrs. R. White. Miss Nellie Witt, who has been visiting Miss Evelyn Boone, returned to El Paso Saturday. Mrs. J. E. Townsend has opened her cottage for the season. Among those registered at the Lodge are: G. Mitchell, H. H. Red Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Cromble, Daniel Ochoa, and Mrs. J. L Kauep of El Paso. Dinners, Luncheons, Teas. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Griffin were again guests of honor at a dinner. On Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. George F. Morgan, parents of the brides entertained in their honor at Campbell's. A table was set near the fountain and decorated In sweet peas. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Griffin, Miss Julia Cook. Messrs Nole Morgan, Trent Dnscoll and Clarence Harper, besides tbe host and hostess. Trent Driscoll was tbe host at a dinner party Saturday night, complimentary to bis newly married sister. Miss Viva Driscoll. now Mrs. O. Y. Griffin. The table was decorated in sweet peas and fern branches. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Griffin, Misses Julia Cook. Helen Stlmmell and Violet Chase; Messrs. Clarence Harper and Johnnie McPike. After the dinner the party went to the Paso del Norte roof garden and danced. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Coffin were hoBt 'anj ho8te88 at a dinner party on oamniaf nigai in nuuur ox weir kis- ter. Miss Marbry Henning and Harry Ponsford, whose marriage takes place on Wednesday of this week. The dinner was given at the home of Mrs. C. O. Coffin on Upson avenue. In a white basket in tbe center of the table were Shasta daisies. The handle of the basket was tied wltn a large bow of white tulle as were the small silver almond baskets at the places. These baskets were fastened with white satin ribbons to the large basket in the center. Place cards of hand painted brides marked the places of the guests Covers were laid for II people. Besides the host and hostess, present were Miss Marbry Henning. MIneta Henning. Pearl Ponsford. Louise Sanburn, Mr. and Mrs. E. W Earl, and Messrs. Walter Ponsford, George Easter and Brad ford Hardie. Women's Organizations. Tho ,1? Paso Federation of Women a holding their regular meeting thU afternoon at the chamber of commerce, niJS.Su,SEli7SlSt2tlJ.,.r ""-" --- -- -y " - venue oil eoiivauajr aimuvun, ai 500 and bunco. The Relief club of Highland Park w,u bow an ice eam soaiat uie home of Mrs. C- W. Bretx on Tuesday evening at'S oclock. On Tuesday evening at the office of Dr. C. P. Brown, the firsr- aid class of the Red Cross will hold its oral exam- J?f ., -fJaTijiJ lnauon, at .: oelocK. , . . trivM HllrfnIr the veor. for Uie purpose or raising money for the J set of monogramed china they are to I buy for the now club building The I supper was given at the homo of the I president of the club, Mrs. a II. Suther land, on Oxford street, on Friday eve- i, iz.z, , y 7- , ' nlng. Tables were plaeed on the lawn and supper was eaten in the open air. Japanese lanterns were hung about the norch and lawn and were intermingled with American flags. The inside of the house was arranged for dancing, which many of the guests enjoyed until a late hour. Among the young women who assisted in serving the guests were Misses Prances Poster, Isabelle Springer. Sallie Small. Laura Maude Fink and Margaret Naething. " V Pnnnni 'Aiilnu -' ' uSOaTVi SlWaU. Mr. and Mra. Charles Wallen have moved to Albuquerque. X M.. where they will make their future home Mrs. W. B. Dillen and small son have gone to Denver, Colo, where they will join Mr. Dillen. They will make their future home in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. O. Y. Griffin will leave on Tuesday evening for Dallas, where ther will make their future home. Mrs. Griffin was formerly Miss Vera Dnscoll. of this city. Mrs. H. IL Houts and two sisters. Misses Elsie McVey and Daisv McVey. will leave in a few days to spend the remainder of the summer at Cloudcroft. Mrs. Esther Grosblatt left todav for Abilene; Texas; where she will be joined by her son. Harry Grosblatt. Together they will go to Boston, where Mr Grosblatt will undergo a serious operation on his head. Mrs. Grosblatt will be awav about two months. Lodges and Clubs. The Women's Catholic Order of Foresters will entertain their members and friends at cards on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. in the Knights of Pj thias halt In the Lanier building. GUS M0MSEN WILL BUILD HOME FOR MYERS COMPANY Gut Momsen is making arrangements t build a concrete and brick structure on the southeast corner of Overland and Campbell The building will contain a bawrae-.t ar i two stories and will be 50 feet In width with a depth" of 15 feet. It will b fir-proof, and is being planned to suit rh, reeds of lh Myers company, which has ta en a lease for IS vears The building will be -ompMd within 3 das. said W G. Roe. prl'iem of th-Myers companv "and will he romp', ted for u ju a rapidly a possible Wi- will o--cj). all of the building. EW HOME FOR V. O. KOE Foundation work vi rommnr. .1 Monda morn ire on a $10 00f r -mJ. m ' h h W. J Ro wil' builtl on th rn r - -l y and Kansas. Mr. Roe expect;. iu occupy the rsi-dnc The osdirirv cost of a Want Yd in The 11 Par. IWaM t? . , . nt. U reaches jt ani;e of about lvU OO'J readers tj..l s-u . PASO HERALD GHENT'S LIFE II IN PERIL; Sir Roger Is Placed on Trial "" P - . . Under Charge of High Treason. Umion. Enz- .lune 26. At 11:30 rwlnefe thin lnorninir. a clerk of the court , of the lord chief justice called out "The King versus oir iot:-r i-mi theVl of tW kniht of bavmjr instate.! tne ir.?n ia was under way. ills recent trim merVlv a preliminary examination. He is on rial for his life.. , , . , The indictment Jollowea in legal pou. that returned against lot Artnur Lynch, who fought. ajainst the British in the Boer war. When asked if he was guilty or not guilty. Sir Roger bowed and inunnured something which was inaudible. His chief counsel. Alexander Sullivan of Dublin, arose quickly" and argued that 'the indictment set forth was "no offence known to the law" and that none of the acts specified was alleged to have taken plaee in any territory over ichieh the kiner has any jurisdiction. ir eoiKuiltntion. the court ruled that i 1 ..-mentions to the indictment in a case of such importance could be taken after the hearing without prejudice to the prisoner. Casement Pleads Not Guilty. Then Sir Roger made a formal plea of not guiltv. speaking in firm tones. Jurors from the panel were called forward. The pri-oner's connsey objected to the first, who wore on his coat sleeve tbe khaki band of men attested for the army and waiting to be called up. There was difficulty in securing jurors. The defence challenged for cause more than a dozen. At 11:10 oclock the jury was completed. Sir Frederick Smeth. the attorney funeral, made the openiror address for the "overnment. lie dwelt on the suavity of high treason and said the jury would have to decide whether there were any extenuating circumstances or the offense was an aggravated one, "against the sovereign be formerly served and the country against which he struck." Flays Casement. After reciting Sir Itogers efforts to organize an Irish brigade among Irish prisoners in Germany Sir Frederick "I pause deliberately to sav that if there is any explanation for Sir Roger's journey to Germany which can be justified or reconciled with his professed allegiance I hope his counsel will present Sir Frederick tiirned from the story of Sir Roger'i activities in Germany to the landing of the expedition in Ireland, saying: "We must now pas to that unhappy country which has been the scene of so many cruel and cynical conspiracies but never of one more cruel and cynical than this." FRIAR ROCK WINS BROOKLYN HANDICAP New York. June - The Brooklyn handicap at Aqueduct racetrack was won today by Friar Rock. Pennant was PRESIDENT OF GRANT COUNTY CONFER COMPANY OPTIMISTIC J W. McAlpine. president of the V ntted States Copper company, of Hanover. Grant county, Xew Mexico, passed through the city en route to Hanover recently. . . Mr McAlpine reports conditions greatly improved relative to mining and about 106 percent better than a year ago. He says that eastern people are anxious now to invest their money in copper mining enterprises of merit, whereas a year ago they would not consider any mining investments in the southwest. He states that the prospects are good for completing the financing of the company this summer. HENRY BANDLE CHARGED WITH DESERTING NAVY Henrr Bndle. ma El Paso youth, who sulfated In the navy ssreral months ago. wu arretted on South Oregon street Sunday nicht by detectlre captain J. E. Stowe on a chars of vagrancy and desertion from the navy Bandle. It la said. lft the navy without leave of absence about six months ago. and came back to his home in EI Paso. The navy authorities have been communicated with for disposition it the case. PESQUEIRA SAYS CARRANZA DOES NOT WANT WAR Washington. D. C, June 24. Koberto V. Pesqueira. former confidential agent i in Washington for the Carranza gov- ' ernment, issued a statement today declaring neither Gen. Carranza nor other "chiefs of the revolution" desire armed conflict with the rnited States. CORRESPONDENTS CAN GO WITH MILITIA TROOP TRAINS Washington. D. C June 24. To clear up misunderstandings, the -war department issued orders to departmental commanders directing that newspaper representatives be permitted to accom- j pany national guard or other troop trains to the border, traveling at their own expense- Hi: 1) CHOSS WAREHOUSE ESTABLISHED AT IICVVBIl niir rViln Jtln 94 Onsrtera were secured today by the American I Red Cross lor the establishment oi a large warehouse for use in relief work on the Mexican border, it was announced by S. P. Morris, director of tbe Rocky Mountain division. Supplies will be concentrated from a large contiguous territory and forwarded to the border points as required. MOOE LOIlCE HAS FIR.NT FRATEKNAL MtOKER SUNDAY El Paso lodge No S:. Loyal Order at Moose, had the first of a series of Sunday smokers. Sunday afternoon an elaborate entertainment was given, when K. C. Lange rendered some musical number. Newton Bas-sett sang some song hits and several otlser members told humorous- sroii 'S. A short address was delivered by F. C St.tndish A luncheon va served M1hEH HI" 1IIMIINI TIN'. H Fachet. who has a store at 30 Jast Oierland treet. reported to the d-tctive d'P4rtm-nt Monday afternoon that some on had stolen his diamond pin while he was In his .tore. A Mexican, li said, was In in- store, and after he left the pin was missing. SafeWiUc Infants and Invalids KOILICIC'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED RlILft Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. For infants, invalids aadgro wing children. Pure nutrition, upbuilding lit whole bod v. Invigorates nursing mothers lal the aged. More nutritious than tea, coffee, etc Instantly prepared. Requires jo cooking Susstitutes Cost YOU Saoe Price S PUSH TO 1ET B El Paso Selected By War I - . - , jr 1QT7 Veterans of Texas for 1917 Meeting Place. El Paso will entertain the 191V state convention of the United Spanish War , VetCTaDS A telegram was received at vlv morn- AtrTltCZ- e Monday morn- wes, of the de- "- ;- --- - "'L "tw El Taso 5"."r , . -u - meetinc been -elected as the nt mee ting P- -J '?U'retented by ;- ..""-." j f the Hamil- ton Ffcth camp Xo. 2. II. lieiigen, commander and Albert Biefer. quartermaster. . , There are a large number of bpamsn war veterans in El Paso and many veterans of the Spanish war in the ar'ny commands here. In addition to ine .Hamilton FUh camp, which is a ciwlian or; niUion, there "are" Two" camps of j the.mes pld on the primary e.e-veterans among the armv men tationel contention had been made that on the border. These are the t ol. nay- den Y. Urubbs and the ien. .icv.asej , camp6 DS CLOSE Tl CIMIUS Petrograd. P.ussia, June 51. The southern wing of Gen. Brusillofs array has now pursued the retreating troops of Gen. Pflanier two thirds of the way across the Austrian crownland of Bukowina and has occupied all the Important towns or this province except Klmpolung and Dorna Watra. In the direction of thee towns tbe Russians have taken Guarahumora and are now proceeding along the railway line running through southern Bukowina Into Hungary. ., .... The only alternative aparently left to the remnant of Gen. Planxer-s forces which still clings to Bukowina is to follow their comrades Into the Carpathian foot hills. The Russians, following up their successes west or Ciernowitx have considerably deepened the breach in the Austrian line at that point and from Kuty are bringing pressure from a third point In the direction of Kolomea. Thus while the Austnans are still maintaining their positions in the Lutsk region and till now. have sue-cessfullv defended the approaches to Lemberg the encircling movement in eastern Galicia and Bukowina, mllltary observers point out, is daily assuming greater aimensions. This, however, cannot be developed indefinitely without reference to the operations at Lutsk According to all reports, the Germans are bringing up at this point a continuous stream of reinforcements and the issue in the struggle in this sector is still in donht 111 MD in Del Monte. Calif, June 54. Clarence Griffin and Wm. Johnston, of San Francisco, national doubles champions, won the Pacific states men's doubles tennis title here today, defeating J. C. Rohifs. of Berkeley, and Bowie Deltrick, of the University of California, in three straight sets E 5. S 5, 8 S. Miss Helen Baker of San Francisco won the Pacific states women's singles tennis championship today by defeating Miss Marjorie Thorn In the finals S 6, 64. Semi-finals, junior doubles: Elmer Griffin and Wallace Bates of San Francisco, defeated W. Bonnaheira. and M. Fottrell Can'LHold Reace Meeting In Washington Park, Says Mayor; loo Many Squirrels Mayor Tom Lea suggests that any mediation conferences held in this vi cinity be staged in "Peace Grove,' acro8s the river, and says he cannot offer the mediators Washington park, because there are squirrels there and to quote mayor Lea, "squirrels are unusually fond of nuts." In a statement Issued Monday mayor Lea said: It if the duty of El Pasoans at all times to treat people who are guests tn our midst with every courtesy, and El Pasb is not likely to break her record in this matter regarding the meeting of the so called peace commissioners in the city of El Paso. To my mind they have nothing in common with any American on the border, or any American citizen wherever he ma bo located, who believes that the standard of American citizenship should be maintained and that the government owes its full duty to every citizen. Their coming will not create a ripple in tbe city of EI Paso and I am sure that we can all go along with our business and every day vocations the same as if they were not here. The only suggestion I have to make is that they might hold their meetings in Peace Grove, across the river. I cannot offer them Washington park because the squirrels are running loose, and squirrels are unusually fond of nuts. MILITARY BAND CONCERTS REFLECT THE BORDER SPIRIT Military band concert programs reflect Mmethlnfi of th warlike spirit of the border at the present t.ra? On the program which the l.th lafantr band will play at C&mp Cotton Tuesday eTenln? between 7 45 and 9 S "Amidst Thunder of Cannon." "HIq Orande. and "Universal Freedom" are number that will be played by bacdmaster F.rntat ii Fischer's band. The complete program for the concert Li as follows. March "Universal Freedom" .BUnkenborj I Overture Rio Grande . Bersenholt? j Characteristic "From Foreign Ianrt." Moxkowakl j a German. b KuMian. c Spanish I Selection from "The LoIlar Princess " j . Leo Kail I March '"'Amidst Thunder of Cannon Lake HEALTH REPORT SHOWS 142 CASES OF SMALLPOX IN STATE J Austin. Texas. June 2. The state board of health today made public its j samtarv report for the month of Ma From the data obtained from the citv , t and oouiitj health officii a throughout I the stai the report shows 142 cases of smallpox with 14 (JVrftlis 47 cases of Starlet f-ver. with one death; 52 cases of ritphihem, with I J deaths. 71, cases of tthold fever and 52 death?: 82 ne caes of tuberculosis E'unn tht mi,th there were r ported ii?ht n w ."...'.' oi t ihu f- . i inir 'ii .i 11 piso oi from 1 Wrwdu u,u enc troxu Fro cuunti 1 ELECTORS IIS Iff BE LEFT OFF! Attorney General Says Not I Wopocaanr tn Piif. Thorn nn Necessary to Put Them on Official .Ballots Austin. Tex.. June ZS In construing the general election laws of the state, the attorney general's department today held that the names of the presidential electors, nominated at the San Antonio convention, are not required to be placed on the official ballot In J the July primaries. The point decided is that these electors have already been nominated and it is not necessary to have them renominated, which would be the case If they were voted on In the primary electon. Hunt Pay the Dollar. In another opinion by tbe attorney general's department it was held that candidates for congress at large must pay tne assessment or 91 xor Having this otfice is a national one and candidates were run required to pay the assessment Des Moines, la., June 54. Ralph De Palma today won the annual Des J Moines Automobile Derby at l&d miles, j Henderson second, Rlekenbacher third, Lewis fourth." Wilbur d'Alene, while rounding the north turn crashed through the fence and sustained minor injuries. The winner's time was one hour 37 minutes 14 seconds, an average speed of 9LS8 miles an hour. Tom Milton, who was closely following d'Alene. went Into the ditch on the north turn, but he and his mechanican escaped injury. At tbe end of the SO mile De Palma ! was leading. At 75 miles. Rlcken- I . . . . . . ,. ,.i,i i baeher passed De Palma after a terrific spurt which brought the crowd tn the I stands on their feet. At the 93rd mile.! n. t,t, .t i. i h ,j kai ' De Palma regained the lead and held , it past the century mark. Rieken- j baeher was second, pressing De Palma t , , , , ... . T . I closely. Lewis was third. Leaders ; average speed, 95 35 miles an hour. ! De Palma gained almost a lap at the end of the 108th mile when Rieken baeher limped around the track to the pits on a flat tire. Rlekenbacher won Uie 50-mile free-for-all. covering the distance in 31 minutes 47 seconds, an average speed of 94. S3 miles an hour DePalira. Cooper. O Donnell and Lewis finished in the order named. ALL ftlttl TO BE Xew Tork. June 24. Announcement was made today by the Aero Club of America, that it has been decided to mobilize all available national guard and civilian aviators to establish a continuous aerial patrol along the Mexican border. SHEPPARD SAYS BROTHERHOOD TO BRING PEACE TO WORLD Durham. N. C.. June IS. The economic problems of America will be solved and war will cease when "brotherhood" permeates the people, declared United States senator Morris Sheppard. of Texas, here Sunday. He referred to the Americans dead on the "glistening sand of Mexico" and to the war in Europe as the things that will point the way to a great brotherhood, after the world is bathed In blood. IIUII : ST DESMOINES MOBILIZED If You Play Tennis or Golf and are particular about your personal appearance on the court or links, you will occasionally have your outer garments sent to us for FAULTLESS DRY CLEANING We know by years of -experience jurt how to thoroughly clean each article, whether it be flannel, silk or wool, and we will return it freshly cleaned, reshaped, free from perspiration odor and grass stains. It means a big saving to have cleaned by our scientific process. Satisfaction JUST send your cleaning " Cleaning Department standard at the Laundry. We couldn't possibly give it any higher praise than this. Tel. so Pa A 25-Year Clean Reputation. iiiliiiil FACTIONS UNITE , 1 j Clubs Includes "Ring" and I'Anb" TTollfr'a Strim 'Anti" Kelly's Store Meeting Place C. E. Kelly heads the new Ferguson dab. organized at a mass meeting held In the 41st district court room Wednesday night of last week Mr. Kelly was elected president at a. meeting of the executive committee held 'n the People's drug store Saturday afternoon A the same time W. P. Brady was ele. ted secretary, and W. B. Ware. I- X rale. Frank Judkins. John L. Dyer and II 1' Jackson were elected rice presidents Committee Xamed. Following the election of officers. Mr. Kelly announced the committees. The membership committee is composed of J. F McKenxie. chairman, mayor Tom Lea. Judg James R. Harpe-. W. F. Pane. R F Burges. Dr. D H Huf-faker. L E Behr. F. M. Muruchison. F R. Allison and Judge Adrian Pool. The publicity committee is composed of E. C. Davis, chairman. Wyche Greer, W. J. Moran. Joseph M. Nealon and A. J S. Eylar. Mr Kelly announced that other committees would be named as the necessity arose. To Reelect Jim. According to W P. Brady, the secretary of the club, the sole purpose of the organization is to conduct i campaign to assist in the reelect or. of Gov. James E Ferguson. "Nothing of a factional nature will be tolerated." said Mr. ' Brady. "In the selection of tbe execu-i tive committee men known to be al- ligned with opposing local factions were named, and the same was true when it came to the election of officers and the appointment of committees by Mr. Kelly o Factional Politics. "In our efforts to secure the reelection of Gov. Ferguson we can all. re-gar Hess of our feelings on local issues, get together. Gov. Ferguson has made an excellent governor, and he is a friend of El Paso, and there is no reason why the people of the citv cannot unite in an effort to pile up a large majority for the goernor in the coming election." The following members of the execa- t. I i tive commute were present at batur- rJ L ' meeting. Dr D. H Huf faker. R. 1 Hollida. W F Pavne. C E. KelU. Frank Judkins. Ponder S. Carter and W P. Brady H. P. Jackson. Dr. J R Brady and H. W. Broaddus, the other raerrbeis of Ue omttee were absent OFFICKRS UtllBST STRAY COW. Mounted officers Mondai m-nng were j, to the AUm brlck pUnx at Dallas and Missouri streets, to take charge of a stray tow., which had been near that place for several hours The was uken to tne el,v j,ound and will be turned over to its on-r :po-i ' I , identification. LOSES N'EW AUTO TIRE. Ed White reported to the poll, e department Monday morning that a new rubber tire had been stolen from the rear end of his automobile while it was standing m tbe business district Sunday night Phone To Best Advantage. Call SSOO when yon want the nest Service on Automobiles. Taxicabs. Limousines. Baggage too. City Serilee Company. (Suc'rs to Jitne Co dv Lawn mowers snarpened. 494 K. Ore gon St. Allen Arras &. Cycle Co. Adv. PASO DEL NORTE IS THE PLACE TO ENJOY A COOL, DELIGHTFUL EVENING. DANCING EATING REFRESHMENTS 8 TO 11 P. M. Every Wednesday and Saturday. these garments Guaranteed. with the, laundry. Our maintains just as high a 470. ss; hul ii. . :i !. '.'"" -1A11 IP! ill.1l Ii l!i! I ''i1! ! iiii! 'Illli'1 ! i! ! i! I! 1 ' I 1 i,i:i (!S! Lami n't' '. , j ' inm"""iiL .

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