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EL. .FA SO HEliAL.U
BIG PARTY FOR
Young Alderete Made ji
Texas Guard Adjutant i,
Herald Employe One
Of Fird To Enlist
H and PAY LE
S ALIEN ENEMY
Equal Franchise League to
Give Big Program in
big entertainment "for the
- -idiers by the soldiers" is being
1 lanned by the El Paso Equal Kran
hise league for Aug. 2, in Cleve
The entertainment was given ap
i roval Monday afternoon by the mem
..rrs of the Soldiers Recreation com
trittee of the chamber of commerce,
n -which all matters for the enter
t: inment of soldiers are now referred
r Gen. Bell.
Gen. Bell will furnish an army
r and, perhaps two. for the occasion.
- nd the public is expected to give up
the entire park to the soldiers, for it
i to be for their exclusive enter
'ainment. The program, while under
the auspices of the Equal Franchise
league, win of given entirely oy sol
Ike Alderete, Jr.. liav been commh-
Vra. Donna. Klunt was made ftionrd a a first lieutenant of Infan-
airman of tli committee to arrange i try In the Texas national cunril by
The program and she would like to
'far from all soldiers of talent who
u ill be willing to donate their serv
es for the evening. Music mono
I gK. cartooning, fencing anything
.f an entertaining character will be
suitable for the program and Mrs.
Klugel would like to hear from those
who will assist. Her telephone is
DILITH SLACKERS ARK 343.
rmiuth, Minn- July 14. One hun-
i-ed and thirty Indictments against
mn who failed to register June 5
uore returned by the federal grand
nirv hers today, making a total of
TIRED MSHVBS NEED
norsford's Acid Phosphate
Beneficial to the nerves and brain.
Vlleves the strain of over-work and
lental won-y. Buy a bottle. Adv.
Wilson's Majestic Bacon
The choicest cuts, cured with special
.are. A breakfast delight. You will
sjv when you have eaten Wilson's
Majestic Bacon that it is the most de
3'cious bacon you ever tasted. Adv.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
BONES AND GUANO
XTSTTED GrANO FERTILIZER
California Bldg Tjom Angdea
Governor Jamm J- f rrgruon. ana
Brig. On, John A. Hulen ha np
polnted him an adjutant of the FIrat
Txaft Infantry, which will have the
El raio gnard units attached. Alde
rete returned Monday from Austin,
where he ha been In conference with
the governor on national guard
Alderete In a son of former dlnrrirt
derk Ike Alderete. and a grandson of
the Late Benlgno Alderete, one of the
oldest residents of this section. Lieut.
U m. 4 f m s-s-rxtnnf s Af ri vf fir
Military academy, at San Antonio, navn, Iar.Ktst Pt'
. - iii-I probably the total pomilat. n
tar7 course. After finishing at Pea-1 f VKnt about half of the r
cock he began his law course at the
university of Xennessee but dia not
complete It, as he was preparing to
enter the army.
Drawing Can Be Held Fri
day or Saturday, is Be
lief, Work Progressing.
" Islington, D. C, July 17 With
oiI.. tn states remaining to beheaid
from on the organization of local e
e i ption hoards and with the e'l.-I
m -linger lists of registrants from all
..it 649 of the 4559 exempti"n th -tncts
on file in Washington, jirow.-t
marshal Gen. Crowder was ho;ef i
today that the preliminary stage! ;
thf war army drawing wouM be ro-- -pleted
within 4S hours. He prep.i "
to tak up with secretary r w.i
Baker laf r in the day detail? of
actual dr.iwn.g for final ap,ro.il
Hold Dranlnp Friday or Saturday.
If there li no unexpected de. .
seems likely that the drawing .m l
held Friday or Saturday. A e.n ,
district whieh fails to finish it? jr--liminary
work on time. howeer. ..t
hold up action indefinitely.
once past the drawing at c:p. ;p
Crowder pointed out today, the r- .
sity for concerted action by tie
ceases and the examination of re -t
rants and their assignment to
army or their exemption can proc -in
any state without regard to t
gress made in any other eomnvr
Ten Xot Heard From.
The ten states not vhawr.r r.,- -pleted
their preparations for draw.
are: Alabama, Illtnoi?. New Tc-lc
Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri. Ken
tucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania art'?
Srinia. The group includes the .
MAN OF COMPANY K HELD;
VIRGINIA MURDER CHARGE
Newspaper advices from San Benito,
Tex., where company K. fourth Texas
infantry, from EI Paso, Is camped,
said Tuesday that under murder
charges at Hopeful. Va.. J. C. Tyler,
alias Walter R. Baker, who enlisted
in company K in El Paso the day war
was declared, has been arrested. The
allegation from Virginia is said to be
that Tyler, or Baker, is wanted in
that state in connection with the killing-
of a nesrro and afterward a sheriff
who attempted to arrest him in June,
1915. Tyler waived extradition ana
has been taken to Brownsville to
await officers from Virginia, the ad
I vices said.
PHONE 2576. MESA AVE.
Special Grocery Sale For
Free Delivery Cash or Credit
Arcadia Brasd N. Y. pack
Sei&ed Lima Beans;
re;, price Ne. 2, 15c
Special, 3 for 35c
Arcadia Bnai N. Y. pack
Wfeek RefHgee Beam;
reg. price Ne. 2, 15c
Speck, 3 for 48c
Arcadia Brand N. Y. pack
Sweet Cera, No. 2, re?,
price 28c Special, 3
LIBBY PURE FRUIT JAM
No. 2 tk Blackberry,
Raspberry. Reg. Price
45c Special, 3 for. .$1.99
OLD GLORY YELLOW
No. 2 &u, Staadard
pack. Reg. price 20c
Special, 3 for 45c
ARMOUR'S PURE FRUIT
Glass TBasters, Asserted.
Reg. price $1.20 dez.
Speck, dez $1.66
No. 2 can, reg. price 50c
No. 4 can, reg. price $1.
COMET PACKAGE RICE
l-fb. ptg., reg. price 15c
214-l. pkg reg. price
35c SpeciaL 25c
MASON GLASS JARS FOR
PUTTING UP PRESERVES
Pint size, reg. price, doz.
75c Special, doz .... 60c
Quart size, reg. price, doz.
85c Special, doz. 70c
MACCARONI, VerraaceHi &
Spaghetti, Short-cat Macca-
real, Dbows MaccaroaL
Reg. price 2 for 25c
Special, per pkg 10c
lation of the entire count r;
AVork Is AVeil Adianred.
The fact that reports froi' h
additional districts of th 4. .
missinfr. however, shows that e-. pi -.
the ten states the work is H '
vanced and each has only a fe.. r -tricts
behind schedule. The c"t ' e
list may be completed today
Gen. Crowder declined to mc a' v
comment on the statement mado tp'
terday In the 5enate attacking
fairness of the census bureau popula
tion estimates upon which the allot
ment of quotas under the draft law is
Figures Based on ReKivtratfon.
Other officials point out. however,
the revised estimates of the census
bureau were not intended to fix the
actual population of any community.
The estimates are prefaced with the
statement that they are for use in
connection with the draft only. They
are based upon registration and rep
resent the distribution over the coun
try of men between the aa;es fixed in
the draft law as liable for military
pervfee. Larse flcures for many
nties are accounted by the concentra
tion of men of draft ase there for
SOLDIERS BUY $4600 MONEY
ORDERS IN DAY OF Y. M. C. A.
That the average American soldier
Is able to place into conservative and
productive use tne increase in pay
amounting1 to approximately 100 per
cent, which was recently granted, ta
demonstrated by the reports of money
orders totaling 54606 Issued by the
army Y. M. C. A. at Camp Stewart
from Saturdav morning- until Monday
night to members of the Fifth cavalry
and the 13th field artillery, which or
ganizations received their pay for the
! month of June.
The Camp Stewart T. M. C. A-
branch also reports a fund of 189
voluntarily contributed by the sol
diers in small amounts for the In
stalation of a new lighting system
iy me eiecxric company.
ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS TO
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WORK
Additional subscriptions secured by
i unscoji towards tne million
i. liars fund bemc raised by the
Knigits or Columbus for work in
the armv concentration camps in the
United States and France, follow:
C. L. Ross. Dr. E. P. Byers. Francis
O'Neill, Krakauer. Zork & More. M.
Coblentr. Fred A. Elliott. MarttD
Sweeney, p. F. Brick. Dr. X. J. Horan.
J- E. FarnGworth. F. Hackett. p. E.
Kelly. E. C. Held. Chas. C. Held. Hen
ry Jerrell. J. K. Amador, H. T. Galli-g-an.
Jack McDonald, H. E. RuseelL
Local Realty Man Detained
in Prison Camp of TJ.
Telegraphic instructions were re
. e.ved by the Vnlted States marahal's
rparfnent Tuesday from T. W.
'wcor... attorney seneral of the
1 TMie-l states, to hold William Moeller.
. well known EI Taso real estate
i I'f -. tor, on a charge of being? an
'. ."ii piiemy." Moeller is detained
t fie Ft Bliss prison camp, having
. t-r" taken into cuptody Saturday by
. tniitv United states marshal Jere
.Hose on instructions from grovern-
rt authorities. He is being- inrea
; gated by the department of Justice.
I . crt for the instructions - from
V ashmp-ton. there are no formal
l.a'sp, made against Moeller. The
il estate man is said to have a son
he 1'mted States army.
Prison Camp lias 156.
Vending investigations by depart
tnt of justice and other govern-
er.t agents, approximately 15 Ger
. n aliens and a number who have
a !e declaration to become American
lzpts are confined in the detention
, i at Fort Bliss. Many of these
- . ! are prominent citixens of El Paso
vuinity. reports say.
'Pier has been established a "dead
. round the detention camp at
- Bin.1, across which civilians can-
' talk No person is permitted to
t twe camp and hold conversation
;. H e interned Germans. Several
t ese men were arrested by local
. terinient officials upon advices
' "m attorney general Greg"T and
i " Washington officials.
Handled German Sfesnaires. Report.
O o v e r n m e n t officials recently
fi. it is reported, that the son
Frederick Reuter. acting German
:I at Juarez, had been sending
id cablegrams to El Paso from
Guatemala for his father. These
messages were sent to Juarez by Ger
mans or phoned to Mr. Reuter. and
.is a result two of the men in the
"r- ' " .wuru lor Tuesday's reports said.
voiantee ror tfce nlted
States nary, follonlas; the EUGENE BRADY O'NEIL,
declaration of rrar Trlth Germany, odf
of the first EX Psrobbs to enlist Has
Afe Cohen, formerl x an Hploye of
the E! Patto Herald maillaa: roomv.
Tobdi; Cohen haa rraMed la tM dty
for the jrrra ter part of bh life and
la tv el I known here. He la not le the
na.T tralnt&K school at San yraBeisee,
Calif ha Tins- been attaehefl to the
hospital bra n eh ef the service nbertly
after hli enlistment.
GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
TWartdi of families are "doiag it bow" each of oar Standard Cask Stem are daily kept bmtj waB
iag on iaSfied cmtomert who have estkeiy brekea away froa the credit riore with their erpeaihre
beBfekeepkg department. Sapfwt ysa try a Staadard Stare toisarrow yon wiM nete the difference
yoa wiH be pleased yen wiM be gi?ea preaat and coarteoa jerrke Cone and ee. Put mi to the
Wednesday and Thursday Specials
Large Fancy California Juicy LetBOBt, per dozen 2Se
Wekh Grape Juice, pint bottle 20c; qaart bottle for 40c
Orange Pokoe Tea the Very Bet V4 can 20c; Vz lb. 4e; 1 lb. for 75c
Orange Pekoe Tea "is the makings" of the finest Ice Tea yoa ever drank.
Maricopa Barter, Sweet, Fresh and Fine, per poand j7c
Golden Glow Brand Process Butter, per poaad 'c
Diamond Blead, per pojpd 2Sc
Anchor Bknd, per poaad 3c
Crasade Blend, per poand 35c
I Seal Brand Blend, per poand 40c
6 pounds Fancy California Potatoes for 25c
2 cans 15 cent size Tip Top Tomatoes for 25c.
15 cent packages Skinner's Maccaroai or Spaghetti, oa sale, per package 10c
Full Cream Cheese, per pound 30c
20 cent size cans Tall Pink Salmon, oa sale for 16e
No. 2V2 pound size cans Thick Sliced Pineapple, (other stores' price 30c can) oar price per can. . .25e
10 poa&d size can Snowdrift $2.10
Kriakle Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. for 25c
$1.00 can 0'Cedar Potish for 90c
Chase and Sanborn's Coffees
THE WORLD'S BEST
i mUIASIS GETS PROMOTION".
lrvin h imams, camp secretary or
the army T. M. C. A. at EI Paso, was
relieved Tuesday to be superseded
by C. A. Qummere of Los Angeles.
Mr. 'Williams has been selected as
field secretary with headquarters at
San Antonio for the five army camps
stationed at Houston. Port Worth.
Waco. Fort SilL Okla, and Little
Hock. Ark., at which approximately
1-5 securities are employed.
Cold Storage Ftoom
For rent, one small room, l!xl2. See
ifr. Kibbe. at El Paso Central Market
Naoy Recruiters HaOe
Time to Dance Hornpipe;
Want Lots of Musicians
Having- secured elegit of its weekly
quota of ten recruits for the navy on
Monday, the El Paso naval recruiting
station will only be allowed to enlist
two men dnrins; the remainder of the
Lieut. S. P. Tracht recruiting; offi
cer, said Tuesday that he had instruc
tions to enlist as many musicians as
possible for the navy, as 22 piece
bands would be established on all
ships. Previously only the lara-er
ships have had bands. In addition to
enlisting; bandsmen, he has been In
structed to enlist men for orchestras,
as the navy will place an orchestra
of 1! pieces on each flag ship.
Samuel R Benson, enlisted as a
fireman of the second class, was the
only recruit sent to the training?
ARIZ0NAN, DIES OK COAST
Phoenix. Ariz. July 17. Eugene
Brady O NeiU of Ariiona. died in Lot
Angeles Monday. He was on of Arl
zona's most distinguished citizens. A
conservative Democrat, he had been
candidate for the senate and had two
terms of service in the upper house of
the territorial legislature. He was
barn in Virginia in 1SCS and reared
in Washington. He was admitted to
the bar in 1SS9. after graduation from
Georgetown university. In ISST he
came to prescott, where his brother.
Wm. OieiL the next year headed a
troop of rough riders. The brother
died in Cuba. The younger brother in
1901 married the elder's widow, Pau
line Schindler O'Neil. who also has
been prominent in Democratic politics
and who now is member of the state
house of representatives from this
county. Eugene Brady O'Xeil was of
large means. His health has been
poor for several years.
RAILROAD MEN WHO WANT TO
GO TO WAR HAVE OPPORTUNITY
Railroad men in this vicinity who
desire to enter the regiment or rail,
road volunteers assigned to this dis
trict, seventh engineers national army,
should apnly at once to the U. S.
army recruiting offices In the Herald
building, as It is probable that this
regiment will soon be at war
strength, due to the large number
daily enlisting In other parts of the
4 pound size can Snowdrift 85c
Nutro Oats, per package 10c
$1.00 bottle Malted Milk for 90c
Cash Store No. 2 Cash Store No. 3
Carner Boulevard and Kanxis St. 404 San Antonio Street, in Trust BaiHiag.
Phones 4340 and 4341. PSone 863.
Cash Store No. 4 Cash Store No. 5 Cash Store No. 6
407 ITorth Oregon Street. 2907 Alaoeda Avesne. 3330 Fort Boulevard.
Phone 896. Phone 1363. Fkose 271.
CAPT. BURGES WANTS ONE
MAN TO MUSTER, THEN 50
One hundred and fifty men before
Saturday is the mark set by Capt.
Richard F. Burges. commander of
company B. first Texas infantry.
which is now recruited almost to mus
tering strength. Capt. Burges is
anxious to fill up his company to 150
men in order that it can he mustered
into federal service on Aug. S. with
out the necessity of it betas' filled up
from other commands. Capt. Burges
has a total of 99 men enlisted. Only
one more man Is needed to recruit it
to tne state mustering quota.
company a is also raasine an errort
to reach the 150 mark. This company
lacks about men.
state. This reelment la beins- re-
camp from the local recruiting station c",', ior service on the railroads
Monday nignt. Among tne others en- " uunto
listed and given furloughs of one
week were P. K. Long. A. S. Camp
bell. J. Q. Hoiiw. Frank Starllnr and
Robert J. Smith. Albert Campbell en
listed in the naval aviation corps.
Whenever 1 oa d n General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known properties of QD1NINE
and IRON. 50c
A general meeting of all members
of the Mount Franklin Country Club,
will be held at Club House, on Tues
day. July 17th at S:o0 p. m, for the
purpose of adopting a Constitution
and By Laws, electing a Board of
Directors, and transacting anv busi
ness that might properly come before
J. A. Krakaurr. Vice President. Adv.
the duration of the emergency. ac
cording to Capt. Ferdinand Fonda, re
TOTAL RED CROSS Fl'XD
GIVEN' AS J11S.KUT0
Washington. D. C. July 17. Latest
reports show the total contribution to
the Red Cross war fund during the
recent campaign week were S118.021,
370. Totals of western states include:
Arlsona, SI2I.Z1S: California. SS.17J.
292: Colorado. S1.19S.179: New Mexico,
J:.39: Texas, JU41.07L
HEARS NEGROES WILL BE
RECRUITED FOR U. S. ARMY
Negro recruits are wanted by the
United States army and enlistments
from El Paso are needed. Secretary
George H. Clements, of the chamber
of commerce, has received a letter
from the war department announcing
that the recruiting of negro soldiers
would be started at once. Thev are I
expected to be mobilised by September !
1 and probably will see service on the
French front, the war department 1
Odd Piece Sale
fiigK Grade Bed
We find in our stock several articles left from
matched suites. AVe wish to move these odd pieces
and therefore offer them this "week at substantial
COMMISSIONER KELLY SICK.
United States commissioner Samuel
L. Kelly was confined to his home.
1018 Magoffin. Tuesday, on account
For Fine Baking and Cooking
Use Wilson's Majestic Lard. It ti un-
equaled for shortening and frying.
ou win appreciate the delicious
floror it adds. Adv.
FANCY SALT MACKEREL
Eegular 20c size. Special 15c
FANCY SMOKED BLOATERS
Regular 10c. Special, 2 for 15c
THAT FAMOUS BRAND OF FLOUR,
Reg. price for 48-lb. sack $4.00 Special $3.30
OLD MONK OLIVE BUTTER
MADE FROM QUEEN OLIVES
Small 15c Glass Large 35c Glass
SALE WILL STOP ON EACH ARTICLE
WHEN SOLD OUT
BRING YOUR LIST BUY NOW
DON'T BUY TRASHY GOODS
EVERYTHING'S ALL RIGHT.
In The Texas Bankers' Journal for
July Appears the Following Article:
Texas Banks Having Over Five
Million in Deposits.
The following National Banks of Texas have ekpotiu of more
than $5,000,000 each, according to the Jtme 20. 1917. state
ments rendered in response to the caN of tbe Comptroller of the
Currency of that date. The steading of the iadrndnal insti
tutions is shown in the foBowiag table:
American Exch.. DaHas $16,663,642
First National. Houston 14.513,136
City National. Dallas 12.710.406
South Texas Com!., Houston 11.910.977
FIRST NATIONAL, EL PASO l&Sg
Union National, Houston 10,436,951
Security National. Dallas 9322,719
Ft Worth National. Ft Worth 8.367.5 1 6
Houston National Ex., Houston 7.969.931
First National, Ft Worth 7.903,946
F. & M. National, Ft Worth 5.153,723
Lumbermans National, Houston 5,069,412
Save From $5. 00 to $15. 00
Don I miss the reduction sale of
Tailored Suits GOING on now
205 Cits National Bank Building.
A partial Jist follows:
1 Dresser, regular price &49, to close out $37.50
1 Chiffonier, regular price $45, to close out. .$34.50
1 Dressing Table, regular $42.50, to close out$32.50
(These are beautiful pieces, finished in old Ivory
and are matched. Will sell separate if desiraD
1 Dressing Table, regular price $40, to close. $31.00
1 Chiffonier, regular price $37.50, to close. . $28.50
( A very handsome pair in Old Ivory ; will sell sep
arate.) 1 Dresser, regular price $40. to close out. . . .$30.00
1 Chiffonier, regular price $35, to close out. .$26.50
1 Dressing Table, regular $27.50, to close. . .$21.00
(Old Ivory finish and handsome design.)
1 Dressing Table, regular $57, to close out. .$42.50
(This piece is in Bird's Eye Maple. 42 inch base
and triple mirror.)
FRUIT SUPPLY COMP'Y
Hemman Hudson Company
WHOLESALE ERUITS AND PRODUCE
126-130 S. Florence SU.
1 Dressing Table, regular $42.50, to close. . .$32.50
(In Bird's Eye Maple and oval triple mirror.)
"Ye invite your closest inspection of these values.
We are offering you high grade merchandise and
the reductions indicated are genuine.
113 X. Stanton. Phone 1106.
AK",uf,t for our Bew ,r' boo't- "Banking bv Mall. " carries with it no S," d?;LV. L u r 1 ? 188
obligation to open an account, all we aak Is an opportunity to explain cleanv I Ykm ,JL? Vli ,mBrJ
why your savings should earn 4 percent and why your money will be abso- L.!,".: r..TJf '"'T' 12 "B."
A 1 COMPOUND
luicijr wie ii sent oy man to this Institution. You may have occasion to
thank us for this suggestion. Write today and ask about our New Booklet
EL PASO BANK & TRUST COMPANY
A Guaranty Fund Bank El Paso. Texaa
pou nil i Mmple free. Address
Korrlry. Gila Bend, Ariz.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Snrplu and
C. R. MOKDTEAD. Prnldrnt. C. '. BA8SETT. T!e President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN. TIee. Pre. GEO. D. FXORY. Cashier?
L. J. GIXCRBIS T. Asst. Cashier.
AUTO IIVBRI CO.
01lrr Cair, Met.
Stand by Texas Grand Theater
P. O. B. 1013