El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, January 21, 1916 Page: 2 of 14
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Woman's Former Attorneys
Say She Admitted Having
Forged Alleged Contract.
BuuMer. Colo- Jan II. T. A. McHars
a ii.1 O. A. Johnson former attorneys for
.Mis Mav Oles on trial nere on a charge
of forgery testified today that the de-
fendant In October 1S14. confessed to
ihem that sh- had lorded a contract
oiirpornng to jiaelo"ii trniered into be-
tween her father and the late Andrew
J. Macky by which she was to receive
i 'hare of the Macky estate after
This was eight months before the
t'-ia! of a civil suit in which Mrs. Oies
-ought to recover the portion of the
Mte as provided in the alleged con-
Tact at which she was represented by
"iHarg and Johnson. The attorneys
'iifing in this connection say they
!e leved Mrs. Oles was "under a delu-
mc.V at the time she confessed.
Tne morning session was largely oc-
upied with the reading of the test!-
i o:iv of A. S. Osborne a New Tork
. naVriting expert who declared dur-
i tiie trial of the civil suit that the
mutract in his opinion was a forgery.
Lots of Weather Left to Wear s
AS a special feature vc place on sale
.tomorrow 200 Overcoats. These
Overcoats have Convei'tible Collar and
are known as the "Staple" Brand.
Thej- are 52 inches long. The Con-
vertible Collar enables you to change
easily from the regular collar to the
snug fitting Military.
These garments are unusually well
made of splendid material and come in
Not-an Overcoat in the lot worth less
thaii $25.00. You have choice tomor-
' LET ' EM HO WL
206-10 San Antonio St. El Paso Tfix;
fcj Mail Orders Filled.
Army Shirts Shoes
L'. S. Army regulation olive urab Blai'kets.
ana water prooi line lor sleeping poruies auto robes and
Confederate grey Army Bankets pure wool over S pounds
Blue grey former regulation color Army Blanket full 5 pound
weight all wool and guaranteed price each
t.rey oouoie DianKete witu pretty blue boraers size titiiau weight 5 pounds luia
-Uaplewood Blanket is used by many of
Our priee per pair
lilacK ami while platd double bed Blanket
X4.50 value special to close out
Just received from the Xew York Arsenal a big lot of the Olive Drab felt
Army nats extra quality regular retail
price for an size each
Eegulation 0. D. serje officers' Shirts
all wool and ore-shrunk. d0 ff
Flannel Army Shirts olive drab color
Blue Flannel Shirts
93 cents to
SEND FOR OUE ARMY AHD
U. S. Army aad Navy Goods Store
204 MILLS STREET.
LEVY GROCERY COMPANY
New Imported Shelled Walnuts.
New Imported Shelled Almonds pound. . . .
Soft shelled Pecans
3 pounds for
Trade With Us and Save Money.
Phones 505 and 505.
AID IS ASKED FOR
"Washington D. C Jan. 21. The ex-
ecutive committee of the Association of
Military Schools and Colleges asked the
house military committee today to give
the 42 private institutions in the asso-
ciation better facilities for training the
10000 students to become reserve offi-
Col. C. J. J.nes of the N'ew Tork Mil-
itary institute said 5000 boys were I
graduated from the schools last year.
ail of whom had been trained along
lines laid down at West Point and
were fitted to become so.cond lieuten-
ants of volunteers.
STATE FAIUI AGEVT DIES.
A. G. Graham county farm demon-
strator is in receipt of a letter an-
nouncing the death on January 17 at
College Station. Texas of V'. 1". Proc-
tor state agent in farm demonstration
Speaker of the house of representa-
tives Champ Clark began life digging
potatoes and watering stock in Ken-
Hats & Blankets
over 5 pound j each pure' wool wind
the leaning hotels.
ge 66x80 regular (JjO CO
price ?2.00. special sale 7J
Regulation V. S. Army Shoes the best
shoe made for hunters miners and rail
Olive drab 'Army Sweaters rto qj"
tvorth $5.00 our price t$D 0
Mso ndihg and hunting Breeches in
khaki and wool Arniv Socks and khaki
Pants and Underwear.
HAVY GOODS CATALOGUE.
OPPOSITE 0P-ND0RFF HOTEL
Mail Orders Prompt Attention.
204 and 206 East Overland Street.
ITALIAN AUTO BATTERIES IN ACTION 1
P J'- is?' -irtiSr!!?
. y-v " -yVAfc i'i?iS9fitr-gaaa(KiaB
rllK Italians ha-ve found these long
paign against the Austrians. . The mobility nf such a battery as here pictured is its greatest asset. it can lie
inoed from place to place with greater rapiditv than a companv of infantry can march and it lias the additional
advantage of always being ready to go
Cjiy Made Offer for Packing-
Plant Site; Must
Furnish Sewage Line.
The city council has been approached
by Broaddus & LeBaron for the sale
of 21 acres of land adjoining the Union
stock yards on the river upon whieh
it is planned to erect a packing plant
A condition of the sale is that the city
connect the tract of land with the sew-
erage drains and 526000 la offered for
the property. The offer was made for
R. B. Stevens chairman of the fi-
nance committee for the city council.
rcsnrus me ULier as an eiHuarrascuis
one for the city as the laying the sew-
erage connection would Involve a cost
of 150.000 alone he says while the price
offered for the land is only $25000.
Like Fort Worth.
"I want this matter to go before the
people ana would like to nave a general
" - ZT Z. I
: uiJicEatuu vi upiuiuti-as iu wneuicr or r
not the city should make this sale and
! .- V5? cunaiuon oi expenain
i 4dvvw iwr & sewerage connection is
"I have just talked the matter of
the Fort Worth packing plant with a
Fort Worth man and he tells me that
the packing house in that tity was
established on the agreement that the
city would take care of the sewerage
I and that today the city takes care of
I more sewerage lor tne plant tnan it
does for the city at large."
iiousk or XEAns- unique.
Emily Stevens in "The House of
Tears" starts a three-day engagement
at me unique loaay. jidis is a jieiro
t tjroductlon. directed bv Kdwin Cflrewe '
!and Is a Vital human document in five
acts portraying In powerful fashion a
! Tihafc nf modern snrietv life that men.
aces future generations.
Kmily Stevens whose wonderful pow-
( ers have won her many laurels on the !
American etage. has more than made a '
success on the screen in such produc-
tions as "Cora" and "The Soul of a a
In "The House of Tears." Miss Stev-
ens is supported by a brilliant cast of
both stage" and screen artists and the
public can expect a picture equal to
"The Soul of a Woman" which Is slated
for a return showing at the Unique
next Friday. The shows for "The
House of Tears" start at 12 noon 1.30
::. 4;30 6 7:30 and 9 pm. The admis-
sion Is adults 25c. children 15a Adv.
. IVIGWtM "PAYING THE TOLL."
The Knickerbocker Star feature
"Paying the Toll." will be shown at
j the Wigwam today. These pictures are
regular friaay oiierings ana au oi
them thus far have been above the or-
dinary. The Knickerbocker company Is
forced t- allow the General Film com-
pany's representatives a screen exam-
ination of Its productions before they
are booked for service and only those
Which are considered as being excellent
pre put before the public.
Saturday an all comedy program will
Sunday. Dainty Mary Fuller in a
special release "Lir Jforwester" will be
Wednesday the peerless Theda Bara
in Bartley Campbell's great stage suc-
cess "The Galley Slave" will be pre-
sented. "The Black Crook" is coming. Adv.
FATTY VXD 1IA1IEI. AT GRECIAN.
Tor novelty of theme and treatment
and sheer comedy excellence "Fatty
and Mabel Adrift" the three reel Trl-
angle Keystone -n hich is booked at the
Grecian for a two days' showing com-
mending today surpasses any of the
best Keystones made to date. Fatty
will be seen in the happy-hearted-farm- !
er boy and beloved little Mabel in pa- ;
Jamas again and Fatty's wonderful
dog Luke is the hero. Besides the :
i characterized verve action and other
uniauing qualities that nave put tne
Keystones on top of the comedy mak- ;
ers. this one has a real plot and tells
a real and charming love story full of
adventure and thrills. This is destined
to be the most talked-abont comedy
jet shown so come today and come
ecrly all El Paso will want to see it.
Regular prices will prevail. Adv.
MARY I'ICKFOHD. j
"Little Mary" rickford. whose great
and unequaled ability in creating ltfe- '
like portrayals on the screen has made I
her the foremost picture star in the
world is at the Alhambra today only in '
"The Foundling." With a swe sim-
plicity and a natural method of depict-
ing the wistful and lovable character '
of "The Foundling" Mary Plckford '
tugs constantly at the heartstrings
Everyone will want to see "Llttlt-
Mary." and as she is here onlr teda. '
all are advised to come earl) and avoid
being crowded or
naving to wait
OJIAHY njlXEn." AT THE BIJOV. '
There is to be a great program at
the Bijou today. "Mary Puller" will
be seen in a very clever drama enti-
tled "A Sea Mstery." and the most
laughable comedy ever shown at the I
isijou win be on me mil. "Mr. Idiot's
Assassination." It was produced by
the L-Ko company and is a scream
Sunday aune reaiv is coming
'The Girl From Tim's Place." a r
trAt fnr Minn FP.11l:R Arlmlr.r. ...
On Saturday at 2.jo p. m.Queen Es-
Uier will be presented at th$ Texas
Orand theater The musical number?
renaereu dv xne narpis to the king
will be a treat to loers of the Italian '
harp. For matirec only adnusrio.i rBc. j
To Cure- a fnl.1 In line rin-.
Take r.AXTIVn Rr-OMo OL'IVIVr
Tablets Drugjrists refund monov if it
fails to cur i: X GROVE'S signa-
J ture is on each box. 2oc. Adv. I
KL PASO HERALD
range guns mounted on auto tiucks of
into action without the necessity of being
Drums Muffled Horns Mule
and Horse Draped In Black
For U. S. Officer's Funeral
A solemn military funeral with the
infantry band playing dirges with muf-
fled drums and horns muted his horse
draped in a black robe and with boots
and saddle reversed will be arranged
for the body of Lieut. II. S. Malone
company II 16th infantry who died
Wednesday night at the Fort Bliss hos-
pital of pneumonia.
Mrs. Malone will arrive here this eve-
ning from Portland Ore. to make final
arrangements for" the funeral of her
husband. The body will be shipped to
Portland for burial.
Officers of the 16th infantry will act
as pall bearers and the dead officer's
company will act as escort of honor to
the remains which will be taken to the
station on an artillery caisson with au
American flag draped oVer the casket.
FOR MRS. S. A. STEVENS
Surrounded by friends and flowers
the body of Mrs. Sarah Ann Stevens
tas Duned trlday- morning in Ever-
C"-." vtuiBic.ji ucaiuc IUC fec; w.
The funeral service was held at the
bome of Charles B. Stevens where Mrs.
Stevens made heT home" at T T iclock
firi'ewiTirfefas oT'aeS S3
filled with friends of the deceased and
of the family. Flowers completely
filled one room and banked the casket.
Rev. Miles Hanson pastor of the First
Congregational church and an intimate
friend of the family conducted the fu-
neral service in his simple eloauent
nianner and Rev. Henry Kaster. rector
of St. Clement's Episcopal church read
the prayers for the dead at the grave.
The pall bearers friends of Horace
Charles and Mose Stevens the sons of
the deceased were: Zack T. White.
Crawford Harvie I. M. MeCrilmmen IL .
Y Ellis and A. T. Still.
Stevens mother of Charles B.
Stevens the school directors postponed i
the meeting which was to hare been I
held Thursday afternoon. i
ID if iVrnK iionv nrrnivpn
"E "ERL! " KETlItNfcD
Mrs. Annie May Hopwood wife of
B. Hopwood. died Thursday mgnt at
local hospital. She Is survived bv
her husband. She was 33 year old at
the time of her death and came here
from Indianapolis Ind. to which citv
the body will be shipped Saturday
For Fancy Gorn-fed Beef
Order From "0s
We Have the Finest Ever
CASH OE CREDIT With FREE DELIVERY
220 Mesa Ave.
Extra Fancy Corn Fed Beef Roasts -t J -Boned
and Rolled lb I 72 C
Prime Rib Roast
Good Boiling or Oven Roast
Pig Pork Fresh Haras Half or Whole
Pig Perk Shoulders Fresh
Pig Pork Hans Cured Hickory Smoked
Half cr Whole lb
Choice Veal or Lamb Fricasee
Fancy Veal Roasts Boneless
Genuine Spring Lambs Legs or Chops
FISH ' OYSTERS
DELNORTE HAMS DELN0RTE
Ladies Pick Your Dinner
Your Husband's Love.
i ."a.' M- - .... r1j r t Mi..i-r11
SUGAR ( GROCERIES SATURDAY J 18 LJBS. $1.00
l&nnlit Preserves full qt. eacn...Jac
' Lakeview Butter lb 33c
I'oiatora. 9 lbs KSc
Yellow Tarns 9 lbs...-...' I5c
t'lhae. .b vzc spinach nit and fresh 3 lbs. .... .s.c
JaP Rte 4 lbs -5c Lemon l.rse ones doz .15c
Killed tiate. i parMee ISc Fan Teaberry Coffee ib ..SSc
r. . ... ln ot aderti all of our -nrciaK And don't foreet we deliver.
VPhone4169 V 305
ot the Lamest
Ki&? " ' J5- m&4G
immense lalue in prosecuting me iu-
mounted on a bac like moat of the
WiTing to Join in Fight to
1 Save Small Kingdom
London. Kng.. Jan. 21. A' wireless
dispatch from Rome states thatEssad
Pasha provisional president of Al-
bania has arrived at Scutari with Al-
banian farces to Join the Montenegrin
I troops which are retiring to inai jeini.
The dispatch shj-s thes? measures ar
being token with a view to defending
It was reported from Paris last
month that Kssad Pasha had declared
war on Austria and Bulgaria. He Is
said to bare 20060 armed men.
GERMANS BURNED 18207
BELGIAN HOMES REPORT
iiontinnea ir.m p-ec .
! the various provinces of Belgium wh.Oh
the report says were- burned by the
Germans. The figures for Flanders are
not yet obtainable
Indigestion. One package
provesit 25c at all druggists
Santa Fe Fuel Co.
BLUE VALLEY BUTTER
BACON DELN0RTE SAUSAGE
From Above and Retain
Bulk Lard 10 full pounds $1.4U I
Lakeview Eggs doz 33c '
Kro srap. 3 lb pail 25c !
Toilet paper regul.ir lc each.... Oio'i
raois st. I
2 FOR 15c
"VTalch r ttrow "
I i3fc m
Young American Resident
Of Sydney Among Dead
In the Gallipoli Campaign
Sydifty. AustraUa Jan. SI. Frank M.
Coffee son of Frank Coffee a publUh-r and
one of the nwt prominent American resi-
de.nK.iiJ5?iDt!; where he ha loic been
established lr bosines was killed in aeUon
upon the GalllpoH penlnmla the middle of
November. Yoong Coffee was a lieutenant
in tho Aujtralten force havlnc enlisted In
Melbonrne. He was 27 years of ace and a
newspaper man by vocation. He waa born In
a suburb i of Sydnoy but was educated at
Leland Univeraltjr. Subteejuently he was
emplojred In newapaper work at Vancouver
and elsewhere on tbe Pacific coast Several
years ago he returned to Australia.
Cluafity Service & Price
Standard Cash Stores and Markets
We Absolutely Guarantee Every Article That We Sell and
Pay Cash and Pay Less
Saturday and Monday Specials
10 Pound Can Snowdrift for $1.00
To Each Person That Buys $3.00 Worth of Other Groceries.
17 Pounds Best Sugar for.. $1.00
Strietly Fresh Epgs per dozen 35c
Marieopa Pure Butter per lb. .35c
Kegular 5e Size Loaf
2od pkg. Gold Dust for 19c
Chase and Sanborn's World Fa-
Diamond S8 Blend per lb 25c
Amber Blend per lb 30c
Crusade Blend per lb 35c
3 lbs. for $1.00.
Watch Our Announcement for Opening Date
of New Stores
Standard Cash Meat Depts.
Fancy Home Dressed Hens per Ib 19c
Fancy Home Dressed Fryers per lb 23c
Fancy Pig Pork Legs for Roasting per lb. 17c
Fancy Pork Chops per lb 18c
Fancy Pork Shoulder per lb.. 15c
Fancy Rump Roast per lb 16c
Fancy Round Steak. oer lb 19:
Fancy Sirloin Steak per lb 20c
Fancy Shoulder Steak per lb.. 15c
Fancy Veal Chops per lb 23c
Fancy Veal Steak per lb 25c
YOU PAY CASH AND PAY LESS
Standard Cash Stores & Markets
Store No. 2.
Corner Boulevard and
Pfeones 4340 & 4341
We Must Quit Business
Just eight more Business Days to close out this Stock
of Furniture. AVe are going to give the public the
benefit of the biggest Furniture Bargains ever sold in
Monday. January 31 is the last day of our lease so eeae and get Furniture
Bargains while you eati. Uote these three specials ererythieg else you need
'a redgced in about the same proportion.
This is a striking example
our QUIT BUSINESS
means. e ofier you a solirt
oak Duo-Fold fumed finish.
upholstered in Spanish
mules-kin and a $80.00
value. QUIT BUSI
NESS SALE Price $19.95
$18.50 Buffet $11.85
T1J i a -olid oak. double top
lluffet. has lined silver drawer aial
large linen drawer. Has mirror 8x32.
Thi- Butfct sell remilarlv at S1S.S0.
vuii .Business bale
$8.50 Dining Table $5.95
This i a Square Extension Table has four leaves and extends to 6 feet. Comes
in American oak golden finish. This table formerly sold at Je Q-
$8.50. Quit Business Sale price PO35
Visitors to El Paso should avail themselves of these big bargains. Mail
orders filled al sale prices up to January 31.
Cash Furniture Company
107 South. Stanton Street Next to Lion Grocery
Russians Destroy 34000
Homes In Eqsl Prussian
Campaign Say Germans
Berlin Germany. Jan. ;i. The extent of
the devastation dene by the Russian inva-
sion of East Prussia is shown by he tact
that no loss than 3M6 dweHlns houses
must be rebuilt of which 309 are In
elites and ISO.00 heuses must be equipped
The goverasteat has creeled a special
commission with its headquarters at
Koealgsberr which Is charged with the duty
of seeing that the architecture of the new
houses is of a sort harmonizing with their
You Get at the
Golden Glow- per lb 40c
C. & S. Famous Orange Pekoe Tea.
1-2 lb can 35c; 1 lb. for 65c.
2 Packages Good Oat3 for 15c
2 Tall Cans Carnation Milk
100 Pounds Best Sugar for. .$5.90
3 Packages Pancake or Buck-
wheat Flour for 25c
Dunbar's Pure Country Home
Made SjVip or Sorghum-
Quart Can 20c; Gallon 75c.
Gold Coin or Blue Ribbon Flour
24 lb. sack for 90c
48 Ib. sack for $1.75
8 3-4 lb sack Corn ileal for 25c
Fancy Home Made Tomato
Sausage per lb.... 25e
You will always find the Finest
Meats in the eity at the Stand-
ard Markets. '
Store No. 3 v
Corner Stanton and Store No'
Overland Sts. 407 North Oregon St.
"pSfefS? - Phone896-
$17.00 China Closet $11.25
These come in golden or fumed oak.
Substantially built with extra strong
shelves. Has double top of solid oak
same as the Buffet. Worth $17.00.
IJuit Business Sale (fll )
priee P1 liO
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