El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 35TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 17, 1915 Page: 2 of 12
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES
Wednesday. February 17. 19 1 5.
A REAL KIDNEY MEDICINE
1 reel Hist I ought to tell what I know
about swamp-Root and what It baa don
tor me. I was down and out and bad to
quit work In 10M; I only weighed m
round. Tha doctor aald l had Kidney
rouble IB the wont form and my liver
wns out of order; and I had Hbeumatlsm
so badly I could not (ret around. On
day 1 picked up an Almanac and saw your
advertisement and it rit my eao exactly.
1 rot a one -dollar bottle and took It and
when ll was one. 1 rlt no much better
that I bought rive more bottles of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root and I was a well
man my weight" increased until 1 weigh
fit pound. I am K years old and I am
reeling fine and Work every day. I bare
three men wbo knew me when I bad to
quit work In the Mill In to and who
will make affidavit to my present health.
If you want to use the above statements
aa my tesilmonal yon have my consent.
Yours very truly.
W. T. (JI1AVF.9.
Personally appeared before me. this 4lh
day of February !". W. T. Grave wbo
subscribed the above statement and made
oath ibat Uto same Is true in substance
and In fact.
ROBERT V nRAOnON'
fly commission espires Jan. aih' 1017. '
Dr. Kilmer Co..
Blaghsmlsn N V.
Prove What Nwamp-Itool Wilt Do Far Yen
Send ten centa to Dr. Kilmer k Co.
Wnghamton N. Y. for a temple site
bottle. It will ronvlnrc anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable In
formation telling about the kidneys and
blsdder. when wrltlnr. be sure and men
Hon tha El Paso Mominr -Times. Itrgular
fifty-rent and one-dollar sua bollles for
sale at aft drug stores.
itWoMP.Vs (IPPI.II f f'SJM IK
President ot Htecl Corporation Which
Miould Be Taken Advantage Of.
fill the AmniHalcd Prett
haa opened opportunities to Amertcan in-
has opened opporunltlns lo American In
dustry which It should not fall lo irrasp
declares James larroll president ot tho
i nnei mates steel corporation in nn sd-
dress nerore the annual dinner of the .1
ark board of trade tonlirht.
"One week of war?' said the speaker
"did more than ten years of academic dis
uasión to convince this country thai tlia
i ornara tbuc is aa ataman I m our aa mailt
propirity. it Is only since the war began
"t truiy national sentiment ror a com
preñen lira and erreetlve foreign trade pol-
icy has been discovered.
"The future of our foreign trade largely
twpeuus upon inc pantrtpstion ur an in-
crcasltir numhor or Industrien. The war
congested our trade hut this lias ltccn
partially restored by steps that have been
taken to register ships. The government's
war risg insurance me co-operation 01
government banks and business Interests
the establishment of the rediscount market
and the establishment of American branch
nanas in soutn Amenes."
Berree Aaalast Power Compsales.
By thit Aoeintrd Veis
Salt Lake Clly. Olah. Feh. IS. Bv a de
rree ordered In the Itnlted M jks district
court tottay. junge it. n. Marshall holds
that the Utah Power k Light company and
the bnaver lllver power company are Ille-
gally occupying government land with sev-
eral of their power plants and enjoins their
runner occupancy. The lands In question
ire in the Cache nilmore and Wasatch
recríes of Utah and the properly con-
sists or reservoirs power plants and trans-
mission lines. The derendant companies
did nol oppose the docree and gave no-
tire thai they would appeal ttlrnctlv to the
United eitiilts supreme court for final de-
termination of the Issue.
SHOT BY MERCHANT
. L. HI 01 OR. JEWELER I1M1S MEXICAN
IN STORE AMD (SHOOT WOI KIWI
MAN IN JAIL PARTNER ESCAPES.
THIN MEN AND WOMEN
Me and Knay Way ! r.i
M Iba. of Solid Hesitar
Pena sural ricen
lo Oda U lo
Yobe.Il Corral a Mexican was sbot and
seriously wounded laat night by P.
Ruquor when the Mexican waa found by
Hie latter In the act of robbing hla jewelry
e at R'jrt Sf.iitn ll raso street tpc
burglar and hla companion had Torced an
entrance through the skylight. Corral be
ing lowered into tha atore in moving
about be awoke Biiquor wbo was sleeping
In the place.
Tne Mexican was removea to ponce
tK-adnuaclers where his wound acre
dressed by the police surgeon. He was
looked foa burglary riuuuor waa charged
ny captain oreet wttii assault to muroer
ami re eased immediately on pona.
Mr. niinuor was awakened at midnirm
when Ihe burglars overturned a rlrje
which was standing against the wall.
Buquor who was In a rear room secured
pistol ana went to tne aoor railing to
tin- burglar lo urriuu er. to tne aston
latum nt ot Hunnor the Mexican started for
the celling In the darkness Mr Buquor
could nol see tha rope from which he was
dangling a snot from tne pistol ot Mr
Buquor pcrved to bring the man to Iht
floor when he snowed firm a second
anoi oaeaed through bis abdomen and
knocked mm lo the floor.
The police department were notified
and responded by automobile tne com
panion of corral wax beard by Mr. Bu
nuor to run arross Hie root of the build
ing. he escaping down Hie alley behind
the nri'tnlaes before the arr val or
officers. The lower section of the city was
scoured by the police bul the great
crowd celebrating tho election served as
a -protection to tho fugitive whose de-
scription the police did nol have. Tbe
search was without resulta.
At the police station the burglar said
that he came in this section of the coun-
try about two year ago. He claimed
Parral Mexico aa his home During his
examination he failed to remember a sin-
gle person In El I'tao or surrounding
country where he had worked. Ills banda
showed evidence or no hard labor. Afltr
being given medical attention be was
locked in a cell. The surgeon aald bo
HALE MILLION POI'NUR
THIS YEAR'S WOOL CLIP
CONTRACTED AT 26 CENTS
By the Atioclatei Preit
Malt Lake city Utah Feb. 16 Wool
buyers and growers or Utah and
Idaho kave been in conference .here
ror two days and as a result more
than half a million pounds of mis
year's clip has buen contracted for at
Í cents. Muny prominent groweri
and of I leers of the Wool i rowers'
association aro strongly urging grow-
ers to bold then clips until after
Hhearing which begins about April I
expressing tbe belief that Iba price
will Increase materially.
Hummer Military 'I raining.
Boston Keb. 16. Major Oenrral Leonard
Wood riilp-d tflates army speaking be-
fore the Yale club tonight urged the sup
port of the summer camps for military
(mining annually conducted by the war
Department- college students should Join
tho ramps In greater numbers he thought
Thin nervous undeveloped mo and
women everywhere are beard to say "I
can't understand why I do not ret fat.
I eat plenty of rood nourishing food.
Tbe reason la lust this- Yon cannot rat
fat no mailer now much you eal unieat
your digestive organs assimilate tbe rat-
making elements or your food Instead or
pasting them out through the body aa
What Is needed Is a means of gently
urging tho assimilative runctlons or tbe
stomach and Intestines to absorb the
olla and rats and hand them over to tho
blood where they may reach tbe atarved.
shrunken run-down tissues and build
(hem up. The thin person's body is like
a dry sponge-eager and hungry ror the
fativ materials of which It Is being de
prived by Uto failure of the alimentary
canal to take them rrotn tbe rood. Tne
hem wiv to overcome this sinful Wait
or flesh building elements and to atop
the leskaare of fats Is to use Sargol the
recentlv discovered regenerative force
that it neci nendrd so highly by V
slrlans here and abroad. Take a llttl"
Hargol tablet with every meal and notice
how quickly your Cheeka nil out and
rciUa or rirrn. Iieallhv rlcsh are deboslted
over your body covering each Bony
angle and nrolcrttna- point. A. E. Ryan
vi Paan and other rood riniasista nave
ftargol or can get it rrom their wholesaler
and will refund vottr money If you are
not sail triad wltb. the rain in weight It
tirodures as stated on the guarantee H
each package. It I inexpensive easy to
take and highly orfleleol.
Caution While Sargol has produced re-
markable results In ovareomlnr nervous
dyspepsia and general stomach troubles.
it should not he taken únicas you are win
ing te gain ten pounds or more ror it is
wotiderrui nesn nuiiner.
WHAT DEFEAT WILL
MEAN TO GERMANS
STATIfrnCIA PaTTMATTJi KAISER'S 1
jects w"4y "rS M aw 1P0N T
necessary for the united states to raise an
army against foreign invasion. It this
country were forced Into war Ocneral
Wood said 35000 officers would bo needed
for the army at the outset. He eaumateoj
mat tneru would te y.noo men lit the sum
mer camp at Plattaburr N. v. next sum
Robbery and Foraerv.
New York Feb. laJohn Halm 0 years
oiu ana jame i.arey i at tnry oesrrinrd
themselves to Ihe police and a woman
.wim claimed to Bf Halm s wire were ar
rested here tonight the men being charged
with robbing the mails In Washington
and with forgery and the woman being
acensen ot turgory.
It Is alleged that the two men stole let
ters rrom the malls usually taking them
rrom the collection wagon while the car
rier was In an apartment house and bv
means or forged signatures cashed checks
wines were tints secured. Mrs. Halm It la
rnargca negotiated many or the checks.
Why Not a Chickering
Vprights $500 Up Grands $675 Up
arr THE CHICK ERINO la pioneer In the plano world. The only piano
II of its quality. The only quality of Its kind). Boat In the world.
Tbe Chickerlna; plano haa never been duplicated. There la only
on way Chickering tone and Chickering quality may be had buy
a Chickering piano.
Buy Your Piano At Jenkins Piano Company
We have tha laxreat stock of new and uaed planoa to select from In
the Southwest. Over thirty makes. Come down today and plok out
the piano or player-piano you like Ivsrs & Pond H. P. Nelson Oer-
hard Haddorff Clarendon Troubadour Bteger Singer Adam Sohaaf
Haines Marshall Wendal Brewster J. H. Shale Hobart M. Cable.
Entey. I-yon & Healy Washington. Kmerson. Richmond Cote. Bradley
Chase Broa.' Royal Smith V Barnes Wing at Son.
Seeburg Electrics Amertcan Photoplayera Peerless and over a dosen
makes of player-pianos.
PRICES $1 25 to $5000. Terms $1 .50 week and op
Wa are mak-
ing special In-
regard to first
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
Ask for our
21 1-213 Texas St.
OF EUROPEAN WAR
An Important sneeeaa lor tha Fresrh
is chronicled la the latest efllelal
communication laaned si- Parla which
announces the capture ol nearly two
mites of German trenches In Ike
Champagne region near Perthes.
Fran the nslure ot the arbole stats-
meal It would seem that activity la
lbs westera war rene has Increased
greatly during the last two days. The
further announcement Is made that
aoutk or Vpres the BrltlKh troops con-
trol trenches around which s two
days' engagement has been waged.
In the eastern znse particularly la
Eaat Prussia the Hermana are rarry-
Ing on aureeaalitl olfenslve operations.
The Rtisalana are working en several
Uses ol railway radiating from War-
saw to eastern and western dállele
by inens of which It Is hoped lo give
mare mobility lo Ihrlr troupe In lore-
stalling the quick ekanges ot Ihe
Austrian and German forces.
While the Russlsns report Ihe situa-
tion In Ihe Carpathian as virtually
unchanged unotllelal reporta by the
way or Buds Past and Vienna declare
Unit tha Austrian have bean every-
where sueeeaslul la their offensive
movement In llukla paaa. According
lo this statement the total losses of
Ihe Rus.slana In thla particular section
la the past few daya number 50000
Admiral Behneke of the German
marina department la a ststement to
the naval attache of tbe American em-
bassy at Berlin' announces that la
carrying out tbe provistos ol Ihe
declaration relating to the war zone
la Brltlah watera Germany does not
desire to harm American or other
neutral ebtpa but explains that Ger-
many la la a position "where her lite
depends upon her putting late offset
Ihe only meana she has of saving her-
self" atad deelares that "aba must
and will use this mesas."
The proposal ol Ihe German gov-
ernment lo recede from Its announced
Intention to employ submarines In the
recently declared war sene on condi-
tion lhaT Great Britain permit lood
supplies to reach Germany haa been
transmitted to the British government
by the Amerlcun embassador at Los-
don who haa charge et German In-
Great Britain Is colnrldentslly pre-
paring strong retaliatory measures
against the threatened German aub-
marlne "blockade" and 11 Is eipeeted
that tho prohibitum against lood xlutU
qetunea lor tierinany will He pro-
Levy Grocery Co.
again bombarded the German position
In northern - Belgium damaging gun
positions trawlers and barges trans-
pon wsgens and canal locks la all
forty aeroplane were engaged in tbe
raid and the British admiralty de-
clares Ihst tbe results were very
Norway Swadrn and Denmark will
acini a Joint note lo Great Urltaln and
Germany protesting respectively
against the use ot neutral flags by
British ships and the carrying out of
Ihs provisions -of the sea war asas as
threatened by Germany.
The Norwegian aad Daalsh war In-
surance companies hate ordered ves-
sels sf lbs respective countries to
display prominently on their sides the
national colora of their i-uunUies sad
also tbe nanus of Ihe ships
Canada haa requested Ihe Ameri-
can governmrnt to place guards oa
the American side of the international
boundary al highway and railway
SUIT AG A IN NT PLl'MBKRS
President of Chicago Plumbing Supply Con
rem oa Witness BTaad eslerday.
By the Áetaoiatti Preit
Dea Molin-s. Ia Feb. 16. c. v. Kellorr
president of a plumbing supply bouse in
Chicago spent nearly an hour aa a witness
in tbo trial or tbe thirty six master plumb-
era in federal court here today detailing
uta vartoua orcaatooa upon wntcn ne tia
hern summoned to "appear" before the
Illinois branch or the National Association
or Plumbers. He said he had been fro
fluently accused of having aold goods to
non-memoera. numerous so-raneq "com
plaint" slips had been milled to assocla
what did these flips indicate to yottt'
asked B. r . Welly or tne prosecution
"That we had sold to somebody not
member or the association" replied tbe
A atada fr 4 Prrnt f'nrrctfín4ntr.
Paris Jan- 7 Jan Finot In bla Revue
arrives at a rrand total of W .rax .000 ooo as
the final bill the allies would have to ren-
der Ln ilarmanv Austria and Tnrx-ov in
case the latter were dereaaed fiar a year's
Taking raul Leray-Beaulleu'a estimate of
sio.noo.ono.oiio donara as tne aireci onuay
or all the belligerenis ror four months of
hostilities and assuming that tbe war wtli
last s year Monsieur FTnot arrives at a
sum of over tHflOo.ooo.oon as tbe direct ex-
Dendltiire of the allies alone.
To Ihe sums already expended must bo
added the value or property aevasisteo n
the Invasion. This he considers cannot fal
below the sum expanded for the malnten
anee or the armtea and tbtis arrives at i
total of nearly MO.nnr. .nno.ftoo.
To this should still be added he eonald
er the value or the lives lost In the con
flict Taklnr the French tribunals' valua-
tion and supposing lo per cent of tb fun
atrensiB or inn antea srmiea to ne anieo
be believes this Item would be over aa.009-000000.
He aald. ir tne allies were victorious
ttiav would nrortahlv rind Austria and Tur
lrv Ineanahle or ron tribu tin much inward
tho liquidation and that Germany alone
would have to Toot the bill. Ha hellitvrd
he was rnllv caDable of doing so. since in
ml the Herman economists estimated (be
rortune or the empire at 90.oodobow) tn
cludlnar land values biilldlnrs seeurlllc
and other personal propony and property
or the state.
Tne Germans pay to Ihe government only
sio nor head while the French nay over 119.
and the eaualliatlon ol the public charges
would insrernre produce aisj.taswsi a yj
Tn this he talrl would be added rM0O00.
a tn result or a reduction oi armamenis.
From inch sources might be obtained the
Intereat on I .000 .000.000 and tne. rest Mnn
aleur I'innt believed would be found tn
the provisional exploitation of state monop
fit. A mttiria tflri Prrt
London Feb. 1T.-I8: a. m.) The Tally
Chronicle's correspondent with the nuslan
army in Bukowlna sands -a description of
the desperate ngnttng arouna wrnowiu
and the night or thousands or riitrtiives
His dispatch Is dated from novoseiuta on
tbe Russian frontier February is.
Tbe Germans and Austrian!" says ina
correspondent "in oversvbeimlng numbers
attacked tbe Russisn poslllonj from three
directions their forces numbering at least
three ermv corns.
They crhssod the Hereth river -at two
points rifteen miles apart while the third
column advanced down tbe valley of tbe
Prulh river rrom Washklvllz.s.
Despite the terrible losses Inflicted by
the Russian artillery the first two columns
succeeded In crossing the flereib and
threatened to cut off the Russian retreat
from Ciernowltx. Tho flrhtlng became des
peratc and continuous all abont tho city
tbe Russians putting up a magnificent rear
The Russian position in front or cxer
nowtti was on a snow-clad plateau. Tbe
Hermans crossed ihe valley to ibis plateau
this morning losing thousands or men
whose bodies are plainly visible on the
surface or the snow. The survivors flung
themselves fighting desperately Into tbe
The battle here was still going on when
tbe correspondent left the city. He gives
a descrtnt on or the rilirht of the runt ve
acroatvtb Roumanian frontier but says
ms roaa oi eacape was cut on 01 ins
AQstrians later in tne aay.
CONE JOHNSON COLLAPSES
UNDER STRAIN OF WORK
AND IS SERIOUSLY ILL
By the iteoetatti Press
Washington Feb. 1d. Conn Johnson
solicitor or the state department has
collapsed under labors arising from
the European war. and It seriously 111.
This became known here tonight co-
incldentally with the announcement
by Secretary Bryan that Chandler p.
Anderson bad been retained to assist
in handling tha press of diplomatic
Mr. Anderson former counsellor of
tbo department will assume many or
Mr. Jobnaon'a duties.
FIRST SHIPMENT OF HOGS.
Preen Farmers Commrnee to Cash la oa
Humors In the blood cause Internal de
rangements that affect tha whole system
aa well as pimples bolls and other erup
tion a They affect all tbe organs and
functions membranes and tissues and
are directly responsible ror the readiness
with which some people contrae! disease.
For forty years Hood's sarsaparilla has
been more successful than any other
medicine in expelling humors and re
moving their Inward and outward erfeete.
It la dlitlnrulsbed ror its thorourhneai in
purifying the blood which It enriches and
invigorates. No other medicina acts Uks
It for no other medicina Is like 1L
Get Hood's Sarsaparilla today. Insist on
f ure VBtlay Honey is gallon cauxa $1.25
Try Leva Boa Coffee 1 pottnd paclutg $ .20
Trade with us and save money. Mall orders raeelva prompt attention
l asad MA. io aasd IM kaht ovickland wt
lavlgsraUas te the Pal aad Sickly
i Old Standard general strengthen
tome OROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOMK
drives out Malaria enriches tbe blood and
builds up the system. A true Tonic. For
adults and children. Mc.
READ THE DOLLAR DAY ADS. PROGRES
VE MERCHANTS ARC OFFERING SPECIAL
8PAULDINOV8 for the best steaks ln tne
ally. 07 Mesa. Advertisement
Governmrnt Regulation Benefits Railways.
By tht AitoctHtd Prru
Loa Angeles Feb. it. fVovemment rate
regulation haa done beneficien! service tn
Lrinrmr about belter buslneaa practices
and rihirs which the railroads themselves
could ntd nave accomplished on account
or tne pressure or competition aald wm
Sproule. president or the Southern Pacific
railroad in an addreaa today before the
Western Frxitt . jobbers' SaSOTiaOon
Sproule said the genrrsl public had the
impression ihe railroads should be pun-
ished for acta which war not legal crimes
in me earner ua.va -in wnicn tney
commuted out merely
SET RID OF HUMORS
AND AVOID DISEASE
TAILOR DIES FROM
' STARVATION CURE FOR
alW STOMACH TROUBLE.
By the Amooiatei Pren
Palo Alto Calif. Feb. . Louis
Roth a tailor died here tonight from
starvation seir-lnmeied in an effort
to dissipate stomach trouble of long
Roth began a contest with bla mal-
ady in the middle of lait December
and for fifty-nine days abiteinad from
food of all kinds. Last Sunday he
announced ibat hla appetite had re-
turned and that be rait himaeir tbe
victor of his complaint Since that
time however he round the weak-
ened digestive organs were unable lo
J.C. BALLARD & COMPANY
Wednesday and Thursday
By Tlmsa Htteoial Voirctnondrnt
Peros. Tex.. Feb. Is. The first fal hos-s
i be shipped out of tho Pecos counlrv
by local rarmers In rat Iota since tbe
inauguration or the commercial c lib cam
paign last summer left - here for Fort
Worm last week and tha week. The
first shipment waa a car made up of hoga
laurnru ny w. it. Browning jr. and
ll T. si i' see. They went on the market
last wren and though not a uniform lot
brought a rood orlro considering the
Monday or this week F. w. Johnson
alilmied one ear or rat boas and another
ear ot fal carves. Like ihoeo shipped last
ce. me nogs were noi a uniform lot
nut some simwud up well. Bolh Hie John
ton and tbe Brown na- McKee eara went
largely made up or feeders or mongrel
breeding grade having been rattened and
shipped ror tbe purpose or getting them
out or the fine lterds that these men are
building up rrom the start given them
last year. Within a raw months more
hogs or a Mncr grade will beein to ha
put on the market and these shipments
will inciense In Irequenry ror the pork-
ers are Increasing rapidly and doing re-
I In- car or fal calves shinned hv Mr
Johnson ta the first or seven or eight
thst will be put on tbe market wllhin a
short while. They have been fed on Mr.
Johnson's airaira farm with excellent re-
sults ror a little more than two months.
chopped malte and alfalfa hay has been
then rallotl. with a little roltnnaeeal meal
uf late. Nr. Johnson hat Just arranged
ror tho construction or two silos which
he will fill tills season with sorghum
silage and which he inieini- to reed next
winter. A new era of feeding is opening
In tbe Pecoa country promising much for
ita development and prosperity.
YUMA WANTS FEDERAL BUILDING.
iiuncu oi union uinay inirouuceu a Dill
calling ror tbe appropriation or llti.OOO ror
the purcbaae or a site for a federal build-
ing at Yuma Aria.
Cel. Iks Pryer Calls ea President.
Col. Ike T. Pryur or San Antonio vice-
president of the National Live Slock asso-
ciation was Introduced to President Wil-
son today hv Senator Mnrria Shord
Colonel Pryor carried an Invitation to tha
president to stteud and deliver so addreaa
at tbe annual convention or the livestock
aasodatioa In San crancisco.
President Wilson took the mailer under
SWEDISH CONSUL PROTESTS.
Dees Not Waal Bla Country' risa Das-
swarad la Salseta as Bait for CuttaaMrs.
By the A ase alalia1 fresa . ' "?'"
Baa Francisco. Feb- t Under a prece-
dent established by Wm. B. Seward in
ÍSM when be was secretary or slate in
.lacokVs cabinet. Wm. Mataran the Hemnafe
consul here protested to Use police com-
mission today against tha display of the
"e in i ruui ssiooa as a
halt for customers.
atratary Seward protested against sim-
ilar misuse of Ha Amanean flag b Mo at
'tasira sb in grown mat tx was OBaTM-
swttoaX UWtr " . Bslw
First set-ions Plsy Founded en War
Áitoctnteé Preit Oorrttpondence
Lonuon jan. 77. The first serious play
founded on the war baa iuit been pro
duced here. It la by a Belgian author and
is piayoa Dy a company or Belgians
rrencn. it is jean Francois r onion's
Kommandatur " The Dlav alma to rlvn.
rrom the Belgian viewpoint an Idea of
life ln Bruaseis tinder German occupation.
Jadot tbe oldest employ of tbe war
orrice baa been persuaded to remain al
tne post or nonor in order to receive tne
enemy although be would bare preferred
w rojoin ms Dsuery at ma irom.
Siegfried Weller who baa worked him
self luto J tdot's confidence before the war
and aspires to marry the Belgian's pretty
daughter Catherine ednouncsa tha old man
spy to the commander general
Jadot la taken with several hundred others
lo detention quarters near the commander s
Things look black for old ladot. hut he
ii saved through the intervention of an in
valid German orriclal with a big and
sympathetic heart. "This scene" aays one
or tbe London critics. "Is not only one of
the most realistic but perhaps the most
moving seen in years on our stsge.
Jadot's daughter baa meanwhile sent bar
nance Pierre to the army. Than Siegfried
comes aa the bearer of newa that Antwerp
has fallen and Pierre Is dead. Catherine
kills Siegfried with a knire because be has
teemed to take pleasure In telling or the
acatn or nta rival.
OUR ANNEX IB NOW OPEN.
Plenty of room for everybody: tablea ror
ladles. Popular prices. Weston's Dairy
Luncn aru san Antonio m. iaar)
Food Situation serious la Vienna.
.1 tocio ted Press Oarroevondenoe
veniee itaiy jan. rr. Aitnourn tne
Vienna newspapers are not allowed lo man-
lion any details or the bread riots which
occurred tliere during tha third weak ol
January it Is published thst a special
Ministerial Council was called to consider
measures for provisioning the city. An of
ricial communique was ater laaued elating
tuai nit: government nsa oeciaeg 10 xaae
155 wagon loads of flour from the stores
kept for times of necessity end place It at
tne disposal at mo city lor immediate out
trlbuilon lo answer to complaints of starve
tlon mads by the populace."
MESILLA PARK N. M.
Mesilla Park. N. M.. Feb. 1 Rev. w. J
Burner pastor of the Christian church who
baa been quite ill was recovered suffi-
ciently Sunday to conduct services Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Carroll celebrated
their ninth wedding annlveraary with
Turkey dinner on Bundly. Covers warn
laid for Mr. and Mrs. John Blevlna of Rln
seo'tt J. Ilayner Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Dais
ami anna gatnerine Garrón.
M. s. nmiam baa aold his six acre or
chard tract adjacent to St. Junes' church to
Mr. wheeler of Socorro who It la under
stood will at once take possession and erect
a handsome residence on the corner east of
st. James church.
A. m. Btrland has resignad hla position
with tne r E. i.ester company to s
noaltlon with tbe U. 8. fterlamatlo
vice. He will be the orflctal agent ln
charge or several or the camps located tn
tbe Braxlto district.
Little Cornelia Maxlne Stevens or las
Cruces. Is spending a few daya with her
grannmotner stra. w. s. uuuam.
The Spanish department of the Woman
club met with Mra. Percy Wt Barker o
The Household economies department ot
tne woman's nun meets wun tara uoa
dard Tuesday afternoon.
Cecil Raah la borne for a few daya for a
visit with hla family.
Miss Mna Davis entertained a number of
the young people Friday night with a
Rook party and a delightful evening was
Paturdav evening Clifford Hare enter
talned the members or the Second Prep
class with a Valentine party at the Hare
home on College row. The evening waa
nleasantlv nasted ln nlavtnr games after
which dainty refreshments were erred.
Mrs. T. Davis and Mus Mina Dana were
neats or the noma or Mrs. Locae on sun
Miss Matirlne Bailey a former student
of the college was up from El Paso to
aliena me junior rrom on rnany evening
YOUR BOWELS IF
Tonight! Clean Your Bowel. And
10 yards 7 X-3e Apron Cheek Glna-
nam and 4 paira of boys' h Ak
or girls' i so kind ... 9 1 UU
yarda 7 2 -Inch bleached Fepperill
It 1-2 yds good bleached
6 pairs ladles' silk hoot etyle 1 loae ;
double aola heel and tcej QQ
1 Tarda doable fold light or dark
Shirting and Dress Per- j QQ
1 paira ale ladies' silk Hose and 1
pairs ot 2 So boya' or 1 AA
girls' Hose al.UU
1 Sheets 7I-D0-!neh and 3 12 1-2
IS Cotton Huck towels lS-3-lnch;
recular 10c no
2 Sheets 72-0. without d -a a
; 0e Value for tPl.VU
C of our lS-44-lnch bleached Bath
2 yards of lo Table Domestic
12 Linen Napkins good ah AA
fair sise for aJl.VU
10 yards beat Calico and 4 pairs
4 paira .of men's lto Hose and
I hoys' or (Irla' BOo Union Butts
3 paira oí 28c Hose and 6 10c ladles'
Initial Handker- jjj QQ
5 laddes' Waists soiled from hand-
ling formerly $1.00 up J AA
to 11.60: S lor ejlleUU
10 yarda of boat ' 12 l-2o Dress
Gingham fast colors jjj QQ
GIRLS! BEAUTIFUL CHARMING HAIR
NO DANDRUFF 25 CENT DANDERINE
Try This! Doubles Beauty Of
Your Hair and Stops it
Fall ing Out
Your hair becomes light wavy fluffy.
abundant and appear aa soft lustrous and
beautiful as a young girl's after a "Dan-
derlna hair cleanse." Just try this moisten
cloth with a little Dandcnne and care
fully draw it through your hair taklnr
one small strand at a time. Thla will
cleanse the hair of dust dirt and exeeislve
oil and in just a few moments you havü
doubled tbo boauly of your hair.
Bealdca beauttrylns ibe hair at (tur.
Dandcrlne dissolves every particle of dan.i-
ruff; cleanses purifies and invigorates the
scalp forever stopping Itching and falling
Rut what will please you most will lie
aflcr a few wecaV use when you vllt
actually see new hair tine and downy at
first yes but really new hair growing all
over the scalp ir you care tor BfeUy
son hair and lots or ll surely get a -:
cent bottle ot Knowlion'a Dahdertne from
any druggist or toilet counter and Just
While here she was a guest at Mole hall.
She returned to 1 Paio Sunday after
a. collision between two bicycles ridden
by Fred Price and Hitman Ktnsell. on Fri-
day evening resulted in several bruises
aoout ino taca or trio latter.
Mrs. Percv Barker is millo 111 at bee
home ln tha Park.
The St. James' rectory la underrolng
extensive repairs. All tha rooms are be-
ing calclmtned and cold and hot water
connections are being Installed throughout
tho house. When these reoalra are com
pleted the rectory will be one of tbo most
monem nouses in toe community.
The Fancy Sewing club or tne Park has
Invited the Sew and So elub of Las Cruces
to meet with them this week. The meeting
will he held Thursday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. O. H. Beimes in tbe Park.
Tbe basketball . team of tne state univer-
sity defested tin College team Monday night
at the college gym in. one of tho raitcst
íes that hat been aeen nere this season
'varsity team started In fast and strong
aoon bad several goals to their credit
before Ibe College boys sot a-golng. But
the college got their pace after awhile
and before tbe end of thn flrat half had al-
most overtaken the husky bunch rrom
ibe Cuke City. During the second period
It was nip and tuck up to tne final whistle
when Ihe score. stood so 'o 33 In 'Varsity's
favor. Much credit for toe victory la duo-
tha McCanna brothers wbo gave a fine ex-
llbltlon or team work and basket shooting-
However It Is only fair to aay that luck
waa with the Upper Valley boys as time
and time again the ball accurately thrown
by college men would roll along the run
entire!" around the basket and then fall
on the outside. With an even break in
luck the acore would have ncen dlrferent.
Mr. and Mra. Frank Gates and daughter.
Miss Blanche of Livingston Monrana : ri
vi tiling Mr. Gates' alster Mra. Ira C. Far-
ney. En route here they visited the Cali-
fornia Fosltlon and on rotumlng homo
they will vlalt tho Grand Canyon Ogden
and Salt Lake City In Utah.
Ted Lester motored to EI Paso Saturday
returning tbe same evening.
Mrs. fra Farney entertained thn Park
Fancy Sewing club Saturday evening in
honor or bar guest. Mrs. Frank date.
UGH! CALOMEL IS HORRIBLE! IT
I'UIII UV Vllllll I I If I II la till III
.1 .ni. i.i un n v n ir mini
Calomel Sickens! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your
Liver and Bowels With Dodson s Liver Tone.
Ugh! Calomel makes you alek. It's hor-
Ttbla! Take a dose of tha dangerous drug
tonight and tomorrow you may lose a day's
Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which
causes necrosis of tba bonet. calomel
when It cornea Into contact wltb sour bile
crashes Into It breaking ll up. This la
when you feel Ibat awful nausea and cramp
ing ir you are sluggish and "all knocked
out" if your liver la torpid and bowels
constipated or you bave hcadacbe. dlzxlnfcss
coaled tongue If breath la bad or stomach
sour. Just try a apoonrul of harmless Ood-
son's Liver Tone tonight.
Hera's my guarantee Go to any drug
atore and gat a (0 cent bottle of Dodaon'a
Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and If It
doesn't straighten you right up and mak-
you reel fine and vigorous I want you to
go back to tha atore and get your money.
Dodaon'a Livor Ton la destroying tbe sale
of calomel becauae It la real liver medi-
cine; entirely vegetable therefore It can
not salivate or mtao you sica. .
I guarantee that one apoonful of Dod-
aon'a Liver Tone will put your aluggiali
liver to work and clean your bowels or
that sour bllo and constipated waste which
is clogging your system and making you
feel miserable. I guarantee that a bolllo
or Dodson'a Liver Tone wiU keep your
entire family reeling fine for months. Uhe
ll to your children. It la harmleaa; doesn't
grips and they Uks He pleasant laate.S
Oat a io-cent hot.
Put aside Just once the Baila. Pilla
Castor Oil or Purgativa Watera which
merely fores a passageway through tbs
bowels but do not thoroughly rdaiaaa.
freshen and purify these drainage organs
and have no effect whatever upon tha liver
Keep your "Insldes" pure and fresh with
Cascarela which thoroughly cleanse the
aio math remove the undigested sour food
and foul gasei. take tha ex cea bile rrom
the liver and carry out of tha system all
tba constipated waste matter and poiaooa
tn the bowels.
A Cateare! tonight will make yon reel
great by morning. They work while you
sleep-never gripe aleken. and coat only
to cents a box rrom your drttggtsL Nil-
Mona or man aad woman lake a Caeearet
now and then and never have llaioirha.
Biliousness. Severe Golds. Indigestion. Sour
Stomach or Constipated Bowel. Caaoarsts
love lo take them.
A FEW LEFT
Of the Sit-Straight Central
Needle Rotary Standard
C-erauen) HaaakaaW hasn rah ai raatasaA eBashCasMaT
A machine of the highest type and good for a lifetime
fully guaranteed in every respect. Sold on easy payments
or op extra djacount (or cash.
(Succassjor to Foutz V Zinkler.)
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