El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, March 22, 1918 Page: 2 of 14
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EL PASO HERALD
ROSE COM IN
Thursday Night Extiaguish
Rights Relighting Them
Observance of the Maundy Thursday
ton of extinguishing: the tlarbfi
n carried out Thursday evening
.- 7 5 oclock by Scottish Rite Ma-
rona of Oasis chapter. Knights Rom
Croix. Dr. William Milton Branch
wise master. In the new Scottish Rite
-uditorium on Texas street in the
Spence building followed by the
mystic banquet. These rites are per-
formed yearly lc what is known In
religions circles as holy week. The
'ights of the chapter will be relighted
Easter morning at 10 oclock. . A gen-
eral invitation has gone out to. Rose
rroix knights of all jurisdictions to
Feneanel at Ceremony.
Ed P. Lerner will act as wise mas-
Bond Buyer Is
Held On Santa
iW. B. Kelly Arrested In
Kansas City In Connection
With Bond Transaction.
rr in the ceremonies Hope at. Smith
r&n;or warden; George Maslin junior
arden: lr Branch orator; Ed 3.
teller almoner; J. W. Peak secre-
'?ry; Dr. J. D. Love treasurer.
Speakers at the mystic banquet will
he rr. Felix P. Miller G. P. Putnam
jpd Ed M. Whitaker.
Announcement is made in the March
ulletln of the El Paso bodies of the
-cotTlsh Rite of the following El
Pasoans' army addresses: C L. North
T.Vashlngtos; A. Bliss Albro Camp Al-
fred Vail. New Jersey where he is
assistant adjutant; E. G. Sbiebley
Little Rock Ark.: W. T. Pownlng.
amp Lewis. Wash : C. H. Wolf
1 amp Green S. C.
Plies Cured la to 14 Days
TirugKists refund money if PAZO
1XTMEXT fails to cure Itching.
: nd Bleedins or Protruding Piles.
'rt application gives relief. 50c.
Get at the Real Cause Take
Dr. Edwards' Uiive Tablets
Thafs wbat thousands of stomach
sufferers are doiag now. Instead of
taking tonics or trying to patch up a
poor digestion they are ntfrx-Hg the
real causs of the ailment clojgfea
liver and disordered bowels.
Dr. Edwards' Ofive Tablets arouse
the liver in a aoothtng healing Way.
When the liver and bowels are per
forming their natural functions away
goes indigestion and stomach troubles.
If yea have a bad taste ia ytmr
mouth tongue coated appetite poor
lazy don't-care feeling; no ambition or
energy troubled with undigested foods;
rou should take OSve Tabtete the
substitufe for calomel.
Or. Edwards' OBve Tablets are a
r :re)y vegetable cotnpound laixed yvHh
ohveoiL Yon win know them by their
oil ve color. They o the workVrKhout
griping cramps or pein.
Take cue or two at bexhwae for quick
relief so yon can eat what you like.
At 10c and 25c per box. AH druggists.
Kansas City. Mo. March SI. W. G.
Kelly.' mdlctMr-'by a grand Jorr hr
Santa Fe. X. M. charging him with
illegally obtaining money as payment
for Santa Fe county railroad bonds
aggregating $Sl8v. has been arrest-
ed here on a fugitive warrant Issued
In response to a telegram from Santa
Fe. lie was arraigned on the fugi-
tive warrant and gave bond.
Kelly is the junior member of the
firm of Kelly & Kelly bond brokers.
13 Indictments Returned.
Santa Fe. N. X. March 22. Follow-
ing indictment by a santa Fe grand
jury Tuesday charging him with ob-
taining money under false pretenses
W. G. Kelly of Kansas City was ar-
rested there and waived extradition.
A deputy sheriff has gone to Kansas
tty to Dring mm here.
Thirteen indictments were returned
apainst Kelly alleging be Illegally se-
cured money as payment for old Santa.
Fe county railroad bonds aggregating
Action of the grand Jury grew out
of the report made to the governor
by A. E. James of the State Taxpay-j
ers' association. The report alleged
that 'illegal overpayments on the
railroad bonds totaled more than
$160000. Duplicate payments and
other irregularities are alleged. It
was also charged that five bonds
Outcome of Investigation.
The charges crew out of the invest!
cation initiated by Gov. W. S. Llnd-
sey a few days after he was sworn in
as governor over a year ago and made
by his legal advisor. Ma). R. C Reid
and A. E. James director of the New
Mexico Taxpayers' association. Into
tfce refunding of the Santa Fe Grant
county railroad Indebtedness for
which the United States granted
l.eeo.eeo acres in the enabling act. It
is allege mat in tne retunaing sev
eral claims were paid two and three
times and tnat many coupons tnat
had been outlawed by the statute of
limitation nad been reiundea or paid;
that series C bonds were issued for
claims that should have been refund-
ed with series B bonds and that oth
er irregularities took place which cost
the state something- like 3150.8O8 un-
necessarily. Claim Charges Technical.
The amounts alleged to have been
naid -twice or thrice lnadvertentlv
have .been repaid while the refunding
or tne otner sums it is set up. was
legal ana K ts claimed the courts nave
so held the charges resting upon
Kelley is well known in El Paso
Santa Fe and other southwestern
criles' his firm having been very ac
tive in buying bona issues.
Deputy sheriff George W. Arm i Jo.
armed with requisition papers left for
Kansas City last night to bring Kelley
to Santa Fe.
II f t
Permits Highway Department-to
Build 10 Miles' of
Roads-iin VEach County.
ABMia. jTei&a. March 22. The bouse
hiassed "TInallftPMay the state 'hlgH-
way bill which provides that the
highway department mar build 10
miles of road in each county annually
Instead of 2 1-2 miles. !
Commissioners' Bill Passed.
Both branches of the legislature
have now passed finally the bill plac-
In counties below 3S.M0 the salary is
straight salary basis the salaries
ranging from I24M a year In counties
having 16006 population to J 1200 In
counties of 30008 and less than 40000.
In countlse below 36.008 the salary is
fixed at U per day:
The senate refused to adopt the free
FREIGHT EMBARGO AT
NEW YORK IS DECLARED
New York. March. 22. Coneestlon
of freight in cars and warehaeses
and on piers here caused the freight
traffic committee of the North At-
lantic states to announce today that
an embargo would be placed effec-
tive at the close of business Saturday
aga 1 n st f u rther r eceip t here of
freight In leas than carload lots from
other parts of the country. Food-
stuffs government and railroad sup
plies win not oe aitected.
I Our Meat Department 1
I AT YOUR SERVICE I
Special Prices For Saturday
Blue Valley Butter (16 oz. pounds) lb. . .55c
Marigsid (Batter Substitute) Oleomargarine
Beef Stew lb. We Beef Shoulder Roast lb. 20c
Pork Sausage lb 30c
Our Grocery Dept.
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Snowdrift (medium size) can each $1.00
Skinner's Macaroni (10 oz. net) pkg. 11c
Pet Brand Milk (Tall Can) 2 for 25c
EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT AT
Phone 2576 220 Mesa Ave.
C S. Feed Administration License Jfo.
Last Call For Easter
I CI You will ukini a new Suit for
Easter. You Wtll want one that
is stylish perfect fillin'g and at a
price that gives you value received.
I We can make this kiad of a Suk and have
it for you on time.
tj Our present jhowwg of Spring fabrics
offers a wide range of choke aed we bought
these at a price much lower than their present
I Come in tomorrow. If we make the
Easter Suk you will keep El Paso money m
conference committee report on the
bill fixing the salaries of county
Thomanon Literacy Bill to Conference.
The house today by a vote or n to
70 refused to concur in the .senate
amendment strlkine out of the Thom-
ason. of El Paao. literacy bill. the
riniice wiirh wonld allow assistance
In the preparation of ballots for those
who had been in mis country yeaia
but were unable to read and write.
a fre conference committee was
named to adjust the dlfferencee be
tween the houses on tnis measure.
Woman Suffrage Bill to Governor.
The house concurred in senate
amendments to the bill flvine Texas
women the riftht to vote In primaries
and nominating conventions. This
bill now goes to the governor for his
signature xne Din as mbcbom in-
vidA vnin.n who vote shall pay poll
tax after this year shall register in.
counties having cities of 10.000 or
more and that the ballots they vote
shall have the word "women" printed
After the house refused to concur in
the senate amendment to the primary
bill which it was charged was de-
signed to prevent former Gov. James
r. rerguson irom gemnfi "
on the primary ballot the senate ap-
pointed a conference committee which
was ins'ructed to confer with a sim-
ilar house committee and to recede
from the senate amendment.
Th nrlirlnal House bill without this
amendment however provides that a
ncrsnn nominated must Qualify for the
office before his name can be placed
on the ticket to be voted on at tne
general election. '
Thnmn.ni. tfturfira f " II Til rH n C.
Representative K K. Thomason of
El I'aso who spoKe in iavor 01 me
house concurring in the amendment
said that the question of the qualifi-
cations of Ferguson should be tested
before the primaries for to do so
after the primaries would create chaos
in the event Ferguson would get the
To Extend Certificates.
The senate today passed finally the
bill authorising the state superintend-
ent of public instruction to extend
certificates of teachers who have
joined the army. The senate also
passed finally tne Dili oy senator u
requiring the improvement of sani-
tary conditions in factories depart-
ment stores and other places where
female labor Is employed.
To Vtlllie All Idle Labor.
Senator Gibson nad adopted a reso-
lution which placed the senate on
record as favoring the utilization of
all idle labor In the state for the pur
pose of increasing food production in
the state. He said there were thou-
sands not In the army who are not
engaged in any useful occupation who
should be working onffarms.
House masses XJinry mil.
The house has passed finally the
Laney bill empowering cooperative
loan and Investment companies to In-
vest their surplus funds in Liberty
bonds and war certiiicates: also
passed finally the bill by representa-
tive Mondell prohibiting the carrying
of pistols by deputy game wardens
deputy sheriffs and deputy constables
and special police unless such offi-
cers are actually in the discharge of
their duties. Another restriction is
that it must be shown that such spe
cial officers earn as much as S40 per
month as officers. The passage of
this measure was inspired by the re-
cent killing of a merchant police at
There was also passed finally in the
house a bill by Terrell of Cherokee
providing standard grades and packs
in the shipment of garden products.
Fly language BUI Bncrosaed.
Representative Fly obtained the en-
grossment of his bill providing that
only the English language shall be
taught In the public schools of the
state. The house also passed to third
reading the bill by Holland directing
the prison commission to transfer to
the 'general revenue fund of the state
the sum of 5362.000 paid by the state
on debts owed by the prisoti system
prior to January 1. 1915: the bill also
requires the prison commission to
pay the second instalment of these
debts and accounts amounting to
379000 on November 1 1918.
TEXAS WILL BECOME DRY
JUNE 26; BILL IS SIGNED
; Austin. Tex March Si. The last
step in the enactment of a statewide
I prohibition law for Texas was taken
when Gov. W. P. Hobby attached his
signature to the statutory prohibition
bill Thursday afternoon. The bill
will become a law 96 days after ad-
journment of the present special ses-
sion and thus is expected to become
effective about June Is or 17.
In a statement giving his reasons
for signing the bill the governor said
he believed the act. under conditions
which now prevail. Is "a contribution
to that policy which will help win the
war and which 3bordlnates every-
thing else to that one thing."
Gov. Hobby" has signed the bill by
R. K. Thomason of El Paso making
ball bonds from tbe city court to the
county court returnable Instanter.
This measure is of special interest
lo ai .faso.
Campaign Workers Report
Over the Top' at Pinal
With JM.100 actually subscribed.
anorwitlrtne 'balance 'of 'l0 guaran-'
teed by a small group or members of
the executive committee the T. M C.
A. campaign for the raising of its
Izi.M budget fund went triumph-
antly "over the top" at noon Friday.
A luncheon at the Paso del Norte
hotel ball room on the tenth floor
was the culminating feature of the
The majority of the teain captains
were present with many of the team
members. G. H. Bilhelmer. manager
of the campaign with J. H. Nations
president of the Y. 1L C. A and H. K.
Christie chairman of the executive
committee presided over the meeting
and after receiving the reports of
the captains it was found that a to-
tal of J3.S84.60 had been secured in
subscriptions since noon Thursday.
The absence of several captains made
it Impossible to estimate the exact
amount secured by the committees
but the total amount raised by the
campaign was figured to be $2389.
The total subscriptions before Fri-
day's report was $26473.
Help Make Up Total.
On announcement by Mr. Bilheimer
that the sum total was J1101 short of
Ita ir.ui 1 CI T Snm.n innnnnM that
he could reduce the figure to 1900 1
by virtue of a J100 subscription which
be had just obtained and another
SlftO which he would himself sub
Mr. Nations has expressed a deter
mination that this drive is going over
the top. if he has to dig up the re-
mainder of the total himself." said
Mr. Putnam. "I do not believe that it
is right that we permit Mr. Xations
to shoulder so heavy a burden in vlea-
of the fact that he has already do
nated four times as much as any
other one person. I believe that we
men gathered here could agree to
raise the balance of the S900 among
ourselves and thus prevent Mr. Na-
tions from doing himself an injustice."
Guarantee the Balance.
Considerable discussion was evoked
bv Mr. Putnam's speech many of the
committeemen feeling that they could
not afford to donate as heavily as tbe
occasion demanded. The situation
was saved bv a suasrestion bv Julius
Krakauer that a few members of the
executive committee guarantee that i
raising of the S900 with tne privilege
of raising the sum by subscription if
possible. This suggestion met with
almost universal approval as many
of the team captains and members
had names on their lists of persons
who either were out of town when
they called or who had promised fur-
ther subscriptions if necessary. It
was believed that little trouble would
be met in securing additional sub-
scriptions necessary to reach the
grand total of $15000.
A lleged Slayer
Of Texas Judge
Man Arrested In Higgins
Case Ends His Life In
Sweewsjter Tex. March 22. Si Bos-
tlck. woo was arrested in Garxa
county Tuesday in connection with
the killing at Clalremont. 'of C. C.
Hlgglns former district judge hanged
himself In jail here last night.
Judge Higgins was shot last Sunday
night as he sat at tbe supper table
with his family. He was shot in the
back the bullet coming through a
nearby window. He died Monday. On
that day Texas rangers were ordered
to the scene. They trailed the alleged
murderer 20 miles.
NINE DAYS ONLY TO MAKE
INCOME TAX TAPERS "HERE
"There are nine more days In which
to make out an income tax report."
said J. R. Richardson special Income
tax agent Friday "and as no exten-
sion of time wtll be given. I Insist
especially that salaried working men
call and make out their reports and
avoid the penalty."
The supply of blanks h low with
the execeptlon of 1048. but a mes-
sage has been sent in aarlnr for
more and It is expected their will be
here Monday Mr. Kiosarason said.
Should it be Impossible to secure
the form of blank desired atentative
report will have to be xaadS on tbe
-small form. '
Owing to the death of my sister I
will be absent from the city several
days. No breakfast will be served:
lunch and dinner as usual until my
return. Mrs. Clark's Cafeteria 208
Mesa avenue. Adv.
To Be Strong and Healthy
You must have Pure Blood. GROWS
TASTELESS chill TOIWO Purifies and
Enriches the Blood and Builds the
Whole System. It contains tbe well
Known lone properties ui in
Quinine. You can feel Its good ef
fect on the Blood after the first
doses. Price 60c. Adv.
You can't fool hex about cooking
or baking. She was sJow in trying
a substitute for eggs but now she
finds one that gives her good re-
sults and saves her money. For
her famous cakes pies puddings
cookies noodles pan cakes
doughnuts layer cakes salads
gra'viestetc.she depends or
Good Thing! to EjI
Of all the medicines in the world.
doctors nrescribe calomel moat often
and depend upon it most universally is i
There must be a good and sufficient
reason what is it?
If you will study the doctors' books
you will find that the medical au
thorities nrescribe calomel for almost lf
every disease. The reason is that g
calomel is the greatest and only IS
thorough system-purifier. It makes g
ine liver active drives out the poison
from the stomach bowels and kidneys
and thereby purifies the blood. Calo-
mel puts the entire system In the
most favorable coadition for Nature
to exercise her recuperative power.
Your doctor will tell you that drugs
merely assist Nature. That ia why
he prescribes calomel so often.
The new kind of calomel called
"Calotabs" is refined and purified
from all of the nauseating and dan-
gerous qualities of the old style calo-
mel and Is rapidly taking its place
for it Is more effective than rho M
style calomel as a liver-cleanser and W
system puriner. One Calotab at bed- p
Mulct "HA 1 BWjlUUW OX WaUT-tlHI
all. No nansea nor the slightest un-
pleasantness. Next morning you
awake feeling fine with a hearty
appetite for Breakfast. Bat what you
please fruits acids or anything. No
restrictions of habit or diet.
calotabs are sold only In original
sealed packages price thirty-five
cents. Recommended and guaranteed
by druggists everywhere. Tour money
back If you 'ire not dellghted.--Adv.
The Badcliffe "Wake JJp
Americs." Patriotic Program
under auspices of local Red
Cross is now being gives at
the Christian Church cor-
ner Oregon and Franklin.
"The Call of
COL. G. A. GEARHAtT
The Neapolitan Quartitte
will render delightful
BRAY & CO.
refund money if it fails. 25c
Child's Shoe Specials
( Saturday & Monday
I $Z50 Boys' or Qg
I Girls' Shoes for $ 1 . U O
I $3.00 Boys' or O A C
I Girk Shoes for tP&i.HtD
$3.50 Boys' or J Q QJ?
Girls' Shoes for P 7 O
1 Five pairs of Buster ft "1
1 Brown Hose for 4s i
BADOUH SHOE CO.
Sole Acents for
EDICATOH SHOES IV
10K-107 San Jacinto Street.
Three interesting programs
will be given Saturday. The
morning and afternoon lec-
tures are eepedaUj' for.
housekeepers. Tbe evening
feature ia "The Call To
Colors" by Dr. W. B. Adams.
The Metropolitau Cstut
Co. will faniMi manic for
all three features on Sattar-day.
Tragic heroine of Bong and
Brought to the screen by the
foremost emotional artist
A part ideally suited to the
powerful art of this mighty
A special musieal program
has been arranged by Prof.
Coy which is composed of
selections from tbe opera.
A 15c 20c & 25c A
2nd Floor City National Bank Bldg.
W e specialize on Military Uniforms lo order.
Everything guaranteed U. S. Cov. regulation.
RAIN IN NEW MEXICO AND
I ARIZONA HEARTENS COWMEN
M In New Mexico Arizona and west
m Texas cattle are in better shape now
fas than a rear ago. Is the report given
oat by cattlemen and the Industry has
very favorable prospects regardless
m of the drouth over some sections
'il South "and west of Albuauerone. N. M
HJ a heavy rain fell on Thursday and in!
t .Arizona mere was rain lor tne last
three days and the pastures are look-
ing fine reports at panhandle Stock-
men's oixices n-re said.
m In a report. B. F. Denson. inspector
S at Antarlllo Texas said that the
IE weather Is dry with high winds most
s of the time with plenty of dust and
H at that ltme there were no signs of
S rain. He reported the following ship.
Marvin O'Keefe sold to L L Li na-
gs sey four carloads of two year old
! steers and shipped them from Panhan-
'dle Texas to Madison. Kas.
B. S. Arnold shipped ten carloads of
Eg two year old steers from Amartllo to
m Emporia. Kas.
S 8. M. Downing shipped one car of
If mixed cattle from Canyon. Texas to
g Xansas City.
FOR SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
2 Packages Avondale or Quaker Oats 22c
t Pouads Nice White Corn Meal 25c
2 Cans Avondale Brand No. 1 Site Apricots 25c
3 Cans 11 Or. Sire Boyer"s Pork and Beans (sale limited) 25c
5 Bars Lenox or Bob White Soap 25c
2 Cans Dairy Maid Milk HonriBy (nene better) 25c
1 Pound Box Boneless Codfish. ." 30c
1 Pound 30-40 -Sue Prunes large 20c
13 Pounds Fancy White Spuds'. 25c
2 Large Heads California Lettuce 15c
We are headquarters for Dixie Fort and Suokist brands California
Canned Fruits. Also don't forget we carry a nice line of K. C. Fresh
Meats. Phone us for a good Sunday dinner.
BroadheadcS: Christian Grocery Co.
712 Brown Street Phones 647 6631
Crown Brand Butter sweet and fresh lb . . 53c
No. 1 0 size can Snowdrift on sale for $2.50
No. 4 size can Snowdrift on sale for $1 .00
.13 pounds Hacy.Iri5h Potatoes for . .25c
824 sa White Corn Meal for 52c
2 pounds fancy Prunes medium size for 25c
3 pounds extra fancy Prunes large size for. . .50c
Fancy White Cooking Figs per ft 1 5c
Fancy Evaporated Peaches per ft .15c
6 large cans Alpine Milk for 70c
2 cans No. 2 size Tomatoes for 25c
Meat Department Specials
Fancy Shoulder of Beef per pound . .22V2c
Faney Pig Pork drops per pound 30c
Fancy Sweet Pea Bacon by the or whole
strip per pound 42 c
Fancy Sugar Cured Merit Hams per pound. .32c
Fancy Pure Hog Lard in 3 pound lots or over
per pound - 324c
Fancy Lamb Stew per lb 15c
Fancy Veal Shoulder Eoast per lb 17c
Fancy Veal Stew per lb 12c
Fancy Lamb Loin Chops per lb 40c
Fancy Lamb Shoulder per lb 20c
Leg of Young Spring Lamb per lb 32c
Fancy Lamb Eib Chops per lb 35c
We Deliver Orders AmeaB&g to $1.86 or Over
Standard Cash Stores
YOU PAY CASH AND YOU PAY LESS.
ONE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
U. a Food Adtnustraboa UcewcNo. G-29505.
Beginning April lat. on account of the New Daylight Saving Law.
effective on that date tha baaka of EI Paso win caaage- the banking
howfe to It a. am. to 1 .p. ml week days la a. m. ta 1 a. is. Saturdays.
EL PASO CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION
1 1 The Crawford I
jl ALL THIS WEEK 1
1 1 MATINEE WED. & SAT. I
i' ?T0J il
1 f " COUNTRY" 1
I EIGHTS 25. 33e. 58e. T3e I
M VTINKF.S 2Sc 3Se. SOe H
' M Pins tbe War Tax K
gj "PRETTY 5IISS XOBOD" i
5 Crystal White Soap (5 ban ta a casteeer) 25c
1 pessd Flat Sakaes Fancy Red per can 46c
2 cass Avasdak Sifted Peas for 35c
Bfce Ribbon Coffee (job are baymij coffee aot tia) peaad. . .3c
Chow Chow CaHforaia Home No. 3 size cast 25c
Peaaat Batter per poand 3c
Ripe (Hives quart can per can -. .45c
y pifit can Poapeian Wire Oil 35c
1 piat can Pomptian Oirre (XI 65c
3 poandi Yellow Meal for 25c
2 poaod Pnanei mediaa size far 25c
30c can Sliced Peacher YeMew Cfo? for 27c
36c can Avondale YeSow Cling Peaches 27c
Avondale Blaeberries or Gooseberries can 25c
2 cans TaH Apricots White Cherries or Peaches 35c
2 cant Fresh Cocoaaet grated for 25c
2 sniaM cans Velra Syrap for 25c
3 large RoHi Crepe ToSet Paper 25c
85c Japan Tea basket fired peasd 65e
85c English Breakfast Tea pound 65c
2 poH&ds California Pink Beans 23c
We make delivery of $1.80 and over
Five Point Grocery Co.
Every Point Means a Saving
Montana and Piedras Phase 3344
fiTutf. STATE NATIONAL BANKrSiaSu. J
INTEREST PAID UN SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
1 R- Morchrad. Pre. Joeeph Marotrin. Vlm-Pna. C H Buntt Vlce-Prta.
Ota. D FIott CaaMer. ft. W. McAfee. Aaat Caskler.
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT
g SELLIG COCAIXE. CHAItGE.
El H. WJiitelaw named in complaint
S alleging aelhng; cocaine was alloned
g J1500 bond by L'nited States commis-
I nnd" gSUrh.mKin"rv h?l's iUKh.
PRESERVE THE LEATHER.
n r. r. d alley corporatiohs. limited buffalo k. y.
LIQUIDS AND PASTES.
FOR BLACK. WHITE TAN
DARK BROWN OR
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