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EL PASO HERALD
Fridav March 22. 191
Twelve Head of J. F. Reeves
Herd at Anthony Die;
All to Be Vaccinated.
Anthony N. SC. March 22. J. F.
Kreves is hre from Newman looking
afer his cattle a number of head
hav.ng been attacked bj- blackleg.
Twelve head are said to have died be-
fore a treatment could be given. The
stock will all be vaccinated again this
n-eelc. The herd on the Reeves farm
Hereford stork most of the herd
bei ng- rt rittered.
One carload of hogs was shipped
'n o the El Taso market fror the
Viornet ranch at Anthony and another
Vi'.l be ui pped tomorrow.
Krost I Damaging.
edncsda night's frost pro. ed dis-
astrous to roIng crops and fruit.
The alfalfa which was several inches:
.i heigli. was white with frost. The!
fields which had been irrigated were1
not injured to the extent that those
hot receiving an irrigation were
farmers on the upper end of the
fch are irrigating this week and
me water will reach the lower end
rit week allowing the farmers in
aistncx to irrigate
A C hild Z67S Years Old
"eqjirea something stronger than the
sweet llqu'd laxatives now on the mar-
ket which are prepared especially for
LAX-FO; WITH PEPSIN fills this
long felt want. It acts on the lier
and regulars bowels without griping
r disturbing the stomach. A Liquid
Digestive Laxative pleasant to take.
50c per bottle. Good for the child
go-d for the Mother good for the
"Tell Me How
To Be Beautiful"
t-M RM f nil rissptes. Blackheads
ait Skin SnvMwH. 1'nrlfy the
Wm wmi Stuart Calcium
TRUr PACKAGE HAILED FREE.
Itvart-z (alettira Maters Sareij- Do
Give a Lovely Ceata-lexieB.
The reaspn hy Stuart's Calcium
Racers beajufs the skin is their
natural tendency to seek the sur-
face. The wonderful calcium sulfide is
rne of tie natural constituents of
:he bunion body. You must hare
it to be healthy. It enriches the
Mood. invigorates skin health. dries
TP the pimples and boils eczema and
blotches enables new skin of fine
texture to form and become clear.
piiiK-sn. smootn as velvet and re-
fined to the point of loveliness and
teaut. This is "how to be beauti
ful. Stop using- creams lotions.
pawners ana oieacnes wmeh mereiy
hide for the moment. Get a GO-cent
box of Stuart's Calcium Wafers at
my Qrag eiore today.
Ana it you wish to give them a
trial sena tne coupon below.
Free Trial Crapes
r. A. Staart t 818 Stuart
Bids. Marshall. HKx Send ma
at once by returj mail a free
trial package of Stuart" s Calcium
WITH HER HEAD
tVu Aisest Desperate Says Arkamas
Lady Bat Relief Ffealy Oktataee!
ThrsBgh Use ef CardaL
Ft. Smith Ark. Mrs. L B. CUft of
this place writes: 'I am the wife of
H groceryman in Ft. -Smith also Van
Buren Arlc For the benefit of my
friends and all other women I am
I have been troubled ail my life
with ... All my life from the time I
was 13 years old I suffered agony
with pain in my head ... Our family
physician doctored me but did me no
good. A friend told me about Cardu!.
ard how much good it had done for
other women. I was almost desperate
so decided to try it. I took two bot-
tles . . . and felt so much better in
e ery way that I took another bottle
then another which made my fourth
bottle. That has been five years ago
and I have been . . . over since. I
think Cardu i a wonderful medicine
and I advise all women who suffer
from womanly troubles to take it"
Cardui is recommended for weak
a.Itng; women who need a strengrthen-
mg tonic medicne to help build them
up and assist in restoring normal
natural conditions. If you suffer as
ciost women do at tunes from worn- j
an! troubles try Cardu! the woman's
rn'c Forty 5 ears of successful use
. . bac c-f n
Unification of Church Work
Subject of the Meeting;
The need for a unification of the
churches a banding together of rhel
forces of good against the common
enemy was the keynote of the meet-
ing Wednesday night at the First
Presbyterian church at which repre
sentatives of 13 Protestant churches
of El Paso were present to discuss
plans for the union evangelistic ser-
vices to begin within a sunrise ser-
vice Easter Sunday morning at the
The tabernacle is being erected at
the corner of 'Wyoming and Virginia
streets and it Is hoped to have it fin-
ished by Friday night. Many business
men of the city have donned overalls
and are working as carpenters and
joiners and anyone who wishes to
help in this work may go directly to
ine tanemacie. or see j. M. sneers
who will give him something to do.
Women of the various churches served
a luncheon to the workers at noon
Thursday and will again Friday.
Will Have Choir of ZM.
There will be a choir of 204 under
the direction of James A. Dick and
much attention is being paid to the
musical features. Rallton Sprake a
soldier at Fort Bliss and former as-
sistant choral leader for Billy Sunday
and other evangelistic workers will
assist in training the choir. Mr. Dick
has printed cards of application and
win De glad to hear 01 anyone who 1
will sins- in the choir. I
Hensewarmlng Friday Xfsht.
A housewarminjr will be held Friday
night March 29. at which the choir
will sine and Dr. John Brown the
evangelist will preside. A sunrise
prayer meeting Easter Sunday morn-
ing will be the first of the meetings
for worship which Dr. Brown will con
duct. This will be neld at 7 oclock
by present reckoning c oclock by day-
light saving time and is under the
direction of the aoung people's socie-
ties of the churches. Easter Sunday
evening at S oclo; the young -people
01 tne cnurcnes win meet at tne cen-
tral Baptist church and march to the
tabernacle for the official opening.
Preachers Exehance Pnlnits.
The plan for exchange of pulpits
among tne ministers ot tne various
Protestant churches was led oil Dy an
exchange for next Sunday between
Rev. P. R. Knickerbocker pastor of
Trinity jietnoaist cnurcn eoutn. ana
r.er. J. M. Jackson of First Methodist
Episcopal church with other ex
changes yet to be arranged.
GOLFERS PREPARE FOR
THE SOUTHWESTERN MEET
Golfers of the El Paso Country
club will enter the trials to be held
Saturday and Sunday on the club's
links to decide the personnel of the
team to represent El Paso at the an-
nual tournament and meeting of the
southwestern tioir association te be
held at Chandler. Aria April -7.
Among those likely to be on the team
are A. Valdespino E- E. Neff John
s. Curtis. Dr. James Vance C. &. Pick-
relL All members who will be able
to attend the meet are requested to
appear at the links and compete in
E. E. Neff is delegate from the
Country club to the Chandler meet-
ing and John S. Curtis alternate.
Chairman Curtis will notify Nathan
Kendall secretary of the association
of El Paso's Intention to compete at
the annual tournament and certify to
the secretary names of the five com-
posing the team and one alternate.
The tournament will Inched a five
man team match against bogey for.
the southwestern championship
trophy -cup for individual champion-
ship of the southwest cop for best
medal score Tind prizes for winners
who have Qualified for the first ami
second flights. Dr. Vance has twice
won tne inaivtauai championship cop.
Teams will enter from Bisbee. Tun.
son. Globe. Douglas Phoenix. El Paso
mi a AiDuquerque.
El Paso golfers who anticipate
V. K trip are requested to no-
uiy cnairman J. 5. uurtis.
No. 4. from the wmt 4n - i -ja
Southern Pacific train No 2 from the
Weatt- ln Of 4 -las w. . J
.wn. -T " "a.' J"
train No. tnm the east due at 4:30
as. m.. IB Tsl rafir f-saet a .A r- - a a
m. All other artei-nAAn an nikr
"aiuo vt iinij rc reporxea on tune.
-so-e uiecKs at iongweu
Make no mistake. Telephose No. 1.
IS Jteataarants Closed.
Pnrt PliMtr w V u.mi. .
u.culctsu uvwn Mlf U IWUUUBDUi in
this village. White Plains RocheUe
Tlllllrm Vnnn a n
" ...... w.uvu tuu
Ville have bn nrAmmm h th. MMI
food board to remain closed next
j.-uesoay lor violation of the meatless
Tuesday conservation regulations. It
The Camera Shop Ml N. Oregon.
Bishop of Lincoln Named.
Rev. Charles O'Reilly bishop of the
uivwk w hut wiy crrt nas oeen
appointed by pope Benedict bishop of
win uiw-uii m. xnooin aea
Dr. Ebert BentUt SIS MUls Bldg.
17 Violate Mntlm Tttr
Iw Tork. March 82. Seventeen
restaurant keepers who were consid-
eied willful violators of the meatless
day order were Instructed by the
federal food board yesterday to dose
for one day and to place in the win-
dow the usual card announcing the
reason for closing.
Dr. G . B. Cameron Dentist. 502-3
5th floor Caples Bldg. Phone 1837.
Maura Forms Cabinet-
Madrid. Spain. March 22. Antonio
saaura. tne former premier has sue
ceeded In forming a cabinet to succeed
that of the marquis De Alhucemas.
Senor Maura will be premier former
premier Dato will be minister of for
eign anairs; count Komanones. minis-
ter of Justice and Gen. Marina min-
ister of war. The marquis De Alhu-
cemas wil Itake the interior portfolio.
Socialist Hnranguer Arrested.
Springfield. Mo. March 22. Mrs.
Rose Pastor Stokes Socialist. New
Tork was arested here lat nnSrht.
charged with speaking on the street
without permission when she attempt
ed to address a crowd that assembled
outside a theater. Mrs. Stokes gave
bond for her appearance in police
court this morning but on her prom-
ise to leave the city she was told by
the chief of police that she need not
appear for trial.
Drs. Carpenter and Brlttoa eye.
ear nose and throat. Roberts Ban-
ner Bldg. i
Coal To Be Sent To Canada.
Washington D C March 22. Per
mits for the months of April May and
June have been issued by the fuel arl-
i ! n i ct i a t ion tin larce n'l'iit-r nf coil
i t D t r.r 'n' expo - ' f ' -z 1 t" 'a nal J i
A WAR SAVER IS A LIFE
SAVER. SPEND WISELY SAVE
EARNESTLY BUY WAR SAV-
INGS STAMPS WIN THE WAR.
WE MAINTAIN THE PROMPTEST
MAIL AND PHONE ORDER
BUREAUS IN THE SOUTHWEST.
INVESTIGATE WITH AN ORDER.
Send TJs Tour Hall Orders.
On Sale All Day
3 EM PRE GI0VDTE
A real beauty help.
Special for Saturday
Idea soap for toilet
and bath. Special for
3 cKs. 25 c
P ACKER'S TAR
SHAMPOO Ha all
the merit of Packer's
Tar Soap. The regu-
lar 50c q c
sircat O vC
IXG LOTION Velve
luxe is distinctive as
an after-shaving lo
BELL'S FACE POW-
DER Excellent qual-
ity put up in liberal
packages. The 50c
at each 39c
A bsterite prepara-
tion of quality. Spe
cial jot aainraay the
I Cor. Mess Are. and San Antonio St. i Private Branch Exehana- 33 Paeae Orders Promptly FBI-erf.
Will Receive An Ovation Here Saturday
4711 BATH SALTS
It has ao superior.
Special for Saturday
the large size bottles
Bora ted or velvet
talcum of the highest
quality. Special for
Saturday "B f
a box at 1J.C
PASTE For those
who know Kolynos
there is no substitute.
Special for Saturday
the 25e 1 f
T N the interests of our vast clientele we are glad to join El Paso merchants in exploiting Dollar Day on
Saturday. Our most powerful resources are behind these Dollar Specials. They are the real thing and the
people will be quick and accurate in discovering this to be a fact. They are new goods wanted for Spring
fresh and desirable in every way. We have greatly increased the buying power of your dollar as you will see
from these items listed below: Get to the store early tomorrow for first choice of the lots.
Dollar Day Specials
From The First Floor
sire 30x40 inches.
Regular 40c value.
Limit S towels to a
3 for $1
shown in white or col-
ors; attached or neck-
band styles; made of
fast color madras; all
sizes. An excellent
value at each $1.00.
WOMEN'S SPRING NECKWEAR
A splendid collection of the new-
est ideas in women's neckwear in-
cluding vestees collars collar and
cuff sets Satin Georgette Fou-
lard and Organdie. Showr i
white with hand embroidmJ tie-
signs and in a host of novel com-
binations; also imitation filet and
net effects that are extremely
stylish. An endless variety ex-
pertly made of best materials.
Dollar Day Special "j
your choice at X
NEWER VEILINGS Feathering
cluster dots and scroU effttcts
which are the last word in Veiiaosn.
Chic designs in chenille and velvet
dots and scroll effects that are
clever enough to have been done
by hand filet. Octagon and Hex-
agon meshes in black brown
taupe gray purple and many new
colorings. Dollar Day tf "g
Special a yard at ' ij) X
CAMPHOR BALLS Protect your
woolen clothing and furs from the
moths. Best quality camphor balls
limit 5 pounds to a customer at the
priced 3 lbs. $1
CHILDREN'S UNION SUITS
Fine gauge knit union suits; low
neck no sleeve knee length styles
that are ideal for Spring wear. A
perfectly proportioned snog fitting
union suit that is both comfort-
able and lasting. Dollar
Special 3 for 1
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Wo-
men's fine gauge summer union
suits. Made low neck no sleeves
knee length styles; lace trim in ed
umbrella Knee. Well made and
neatly finished. Sizes 34 to 44.
WOMEN'S LINEN HANDKER-
CHIEFS A pure linen handker-
chief with neat hemstitched border
and script initial and wreath em-
broidery done by hand in corner.
A handkerchief that is good enough
for street use and yet inexpensive
enough for children's school use.
ISctr 6 for $1
ALARM CLOCKS "Del Norte" a
clock that is made especially for
us by Westdox. Large sise eaaOy
read dial clear alarm. Guaran-
teed for one year. Regular $1.45
value. Dollar Day rf -
Special each at 3JL
WOMEN'S SILK BOOT HOSE A
hose that is offered at less than
actual factory cost. Made of pore
thread silk in a weight that is
well suited for summer wear. Has
garter welt and soles of cotton a.
sightly durable hose that can not
be duplicated for less than twice
the price asked. Sizes 8 to 10.
Shown in black only. Dollar
Special 4" PSiirS $1
D01IAR DAY$T specials
i I From The
Tka.tr A A. JL. JS sBar hnV A.
Mm m mi iiari sr -vikntmlB .
BOUT a thousand yards of good dependable new
style approved silks will constRute our offering for
EI Paso's Dollar Day. The lot consists of Poplins Taf etas.
Chiffon Crepe de Chine. Foulards Mescalines Satins
Pongees Tab Silk and many other popular weaves. It has
been a long time since your dollar would boy as much as it once did but it will do it here Sat-
urday. Regular $150 to $2 a yard silks of the above named lands. -n
offered while it lasts at a yard SJ? I J
v (Third Floor)
2 Ounces Oi Khatii Or
Worth $1.25s For
"O EGULATI0N Khaki and Grey Yarn..4 ounces that would re.
v tail ht the regular way at $1.25 is offered Saturday for $1.00.
This means that instead of paying $4.50 a pound you pay at the rate
of $330. We have only a limited amount that we can offer at this
extra special price and it is limited to 2 pounds to a customer so be
on hand early and get yours at this special price. (Third Floor)
LUXOR TOILET WA-
TER Very daintily
vnt up in semi-
opaque glass bottles.
Odors are Rose. Bou-
quet. Violet and Eau
3e Cologne.-. - f--A
SKIRTS A host of
pretty styles fash-
ioned ot good quality
pique and gabardine.
You'd expect to see
them marked at 51.35.
Dollar Dar Special.
The confidence we
have in this corset
prompts us to sell it
under the label of the
"Popular Special." It
is of white coutil:
average low bust ;
fully reinforced: two
hooks in front and
four strong hose sup-
porters. A well
boned stylish Spring
corset. Dollar Day
In Men's Furmi
MEN'S SILK HOSE The genuine
"Onyx" make. These hose have lisle
feet and top. Dollar Day Special
pair or 3 tor $1
MEN'S CAMBRIC HANDKER-
CHIEFS Regular size; V or inch
hems. Extra good quality marked
special for Dollar Dav at
12 for $LOO
MEN'S SHIRTS Collar attache.!
styles. Made of pood grade Madras
in neat stripes; coat style with poc-
ket. Special for tf T rf" T
Dollar Day each at Cl. J J
Women's New $1.50
LOVELY white cotton
blouses a perfectly won-
derful selection of pretty
Spring styles is offered in this
lot. White Voiles Lingerie
Cloth and Batistes some em-
broidered some lace trimmed
and others in tailored styles.
uoinpiece size range to 10.
Dollar Dav Special each at
$1.00. " (Mfth Floor).
ses At $1
Specials In Linens
And White Fabrics
WHITE TL3 SKIRTINGS 36
and 40 inches wide; beautiful nov-
elty weaves showing the plaid ten-
dency also striped weaves. This
is a truly beautiful line. DalW
a yard at
NOVELTY SHEER WHITE FAB-
RICS M and 40 inches wide;
suitable for waists or dresses. Ton
will find shadow stripes cheeked
and plaid organdies hairline striped
or plaid voiles allover embroid-
ered fine organdies or voiles. Dol-
SHEER NOVELTY WASH
VOILES A large assortment of
satin stripes novelty plaids and
other weaves that are most attrac-
tive. See this beantfnl line. Dol-
lar Day Special ! ff
a yard at $i'LJJ
HEAVY SATIN FINISHED TA-
BLE DAMASK A large assort-
ment of pretty patterns. Dollar
HEMMED TABLE TOPS OR TEA
CLOTHS 4x54 inches; neat
block designs; very heavy satin
' Day limit two
to a customer at each
HEAVY COTTON KITCHEN
CRASH Red or blue border. Dol-
lar Day Special limit two bolts
FAKCY LACE TRIMMED DRES
SER SCARFS Also plain linen
hemstitched scarf. Dollar Day
each at P I
HEAVY ALL PURE LINEN
HOCK TOWELS Hemstitched.
Some have monogram frames. An
extraordinary value for 4j "J
Dollar Day at each JpA
DAVID AND JOHN ANDER-
SON'S FINE WOVEN GING-
HAMS 32 inches wide; attractive
plaids or plain colors that are all
fast. Dollar Day -g -V
Special a yard atP 1. J V
Boys5 Easter Suits
KTE have made big preparations
w V in the Boys' Section for Easter.
New styles pleasing combinations
'serviceable quality is the keynote.
The variety is larger than ever beforr.
. (Fourth Floor
BOYS' ST. ITS Shown in first-rate
materials colors and new Sprint;
styles; sixes S to 18 years. The-
priced at $5.95 to$1395
BOYS' WASH SUITS Sixes 3 to .
years. Shown in sailor iml.-
tary. middy. Oliver Twist ai !
many- other new novelties. Pnct -
from' 95c to $8.50
BOYS CAPS AND HATS Also ne. k -wear
pajamas and other furnishing-
in the newest Spring- styles at pW--ina-
EXTRA SPECIAL. IN BOYS' UN-
DERWEAR Shirts. drawers
union suits. Shown in knit orirns-
barred muslin. Priced as follow s-
Sec Underwear SSr
lie TJjlderwear SOe
$1.00 Underwear 83e
Big' Values From The
Great Sixth Floor
"POPULAR SPECIAL" CARPET
SWEEPERS Our first sale of
these sweepers was so successful
we have decided to offer a new lot
to the public at the same special
price of each. $1.95. Remember
tli" sweeper is of all metal con-
struction ha? extra heavy long
i iiiiunni; brushes patent dustpan
ami w light and easy to handle. A
niiit.-hl.-s alue 93
.MATTING COVERED UTILITY
BOXES Size 30x15x12. Made
with reinforced corners which
make this box very strong. It is
ornamental and useful. A $3.00
at each. $3.40
tt.00 MATTING COVERED UTIL-
ITY BOXES Sire 27x15x11. Ideal
for shirtwaists. Special for
Saturday. s r f
each at" zptm 13
MARQUISETTE 3000 yards of
white ami ecru Marquisette that
is 36 inches wide; no seconds or
imperteet poods; 30c quality.
bpecnu Tor batur- cy A
day. a yard at ftfC
Sale 6 to 8:30
WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP Thi
celebrated soap can be truly termed
the universal soap. After Supper
Sale 6 to 8:30
a cake at 1C
ORIENTAL CREAM Gouroud s On
ental Face Cream has been the stand-
ard for more than a generation. After
Supper Sale 6 to 8:30. die large
sized bottles go at mil 1 C
PEROXIDE The 8 ounce bottles or
the best quality peroxide are offered
in the After Supper Sale from 6 to
8:30. at a
(We reserve the right to Emit
Dollar Day On
The 4th. Floor
GIRLS' LAWN" DRESSES Prettv
square neck style trimmed with lao
and embroidery. Sizes 6 to -m
14 years. Extra Special at i
WHITE SKIRTS FOR GIRLS Made u
pood quality twin on muslin wa is-
sues 6 to 14 years. A -v
Exceptional value at LUU
GIRLS HATS Very attractive little
creations. They are ideal for echo..i
wso"- fiayk smtable for tots from 2 to
are unusual at la ) O
NETV SILK CAMISOLES Fashioned o
wash satin and crepe de chine dainty
trimmed with laces and ribbon
buds. Extra g -m
Special at epl.Ut
PAJAMAS FOR WOMEN Two pieo-
styles in light blue pink or lavender:
all sixes. Excep- j -j -y S
tional value at 1 J J
WOMEN'S UNDER MUSLINS New .
crisp garments of sheer white material
The showing includes Gowns Plain o-
Envelope Chemise Petticoats Drawer-
and Corset Covers. ?
Splendid garments at tplm J J
CORSETS AT- $1.00 The well biovm
"American Lady" make. They come in
low or medium bust and long hips. Made
of light-weight coutil or batiste. Thev
have four supporters. Sixes 19 to 9.
Extra special sf w f J-
value at tlpi.UU
FANCY RIBBONS Beautiful warr
printed' taffeta ribbons; shown in paite
shades; 6-inch widths. Sat- O C
urday Special a yard at OC
BRASSIERES Women's lace and em
broidery trimmed brassieres; front o-
back fastening styles; shown in white
only; all sizes. Sat- r (f-
urday Special each at OC
WOMEN'S HOSIERY Black and colors
as well as novelty stripes in silk o -fiber
silk boot hose. A jB g
matchless value at a pair tyS C
WOMEN'S HOSE Shown in black or
white as well as some black and white
fancies. Excellent qualitv cotton lisle
Special -J p
a pair at lVC
CHILDREN'S HOSE Extra heavy rib-
bed Mack hose for both boys and "girl?
sixes from 7 to i. Ct f
Special a pair at AjC
CHILDREN'S SOCKS Shown in black
white tan and a few colors. These sr"
in somewhat broken sizes. To close
a8; 12 l-2c
WOMEN'S TAFFETA SILK PETTI-
COATS Good quality soft finished silk
in black navy changeables and a fev
sobd color- The best value (y
of the season at each (j?
WOMEN'S WHITE SKIRTS A host of
wonderful styles fashioned of pique g.i
bardine poplin and Bedford cord. Smart
styles that will please the roost desenro
mating. Two extra specials f AS
lots at $2.00 and JS I .
LUXOR COLD CREAM The cream that
is sure to jiie the best of satisfaction
and make you a steady us-r. Shown in
two sizes at
$1.db and SJKJC
LUXOR VANlHlNi. lKbAM It is the
O I equal 01 creams at mu:h
ArtyC higher prices. Special at JKJC
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I Turn The Change From Your Saturday Purchases Into War Savings Stamps & Help Run The Germans Back Over The Rhine
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