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Friday, 'Slay 2, 1913
11 WARMED WITH EAGE Never Before Have Such Crowds Attended a Sale, and Never Before Have Such Bargains Been Offered Right in the Heart of the Season NO DULL MOMENT AT THIS BIG STORE. WITH STOCK REPLENISHED AND READ JUSTED, THIS STUPENDOUS SIXTEEN DAY Et PASO HERAXD I - - y n gi : Nft j or . R BUYERS m CLOTHES THAT STAY SHAPELY Good clothes should hold their shape after as well as before wear. This -is the real test of clothes quality. ADLER'S COLLEGIAN CLOTHES have proved theJr superiority. It w3 one of our reasons for selecting them from among all other linen because they retain their shape have the snap sad style and give the utmost satisfaction. T? 7? WE aw nr YOU m TZsS r &HAT A CLOTHING CO. -J CM SWjW7ZM?Srje fSX Are. " A y STOMACH SOUR? GOT INDIGESTION ALSO? "Pape's Diapepsin" makes upset stomacus reel true Railroad News Of the Southwest hi "five minutes. If what you just ate is souring on 3 our stomach or lies like a lump cf J pad. refusing to digest! or you belch j, as and eructate sour, undigested food, or have a feeling of dizziness, hcarl )t:rn fullness, nausea, bad taste in mouth and stomach headache this is indigestion. f ill .case of Pape's Diapepsin costs onlT fifty cents, and will thoroughly i i.re your out-of-order stomach, and 1psl e sufficient about the house in case some one else -in the family may suf fer from stomach, trouble or indiges t on Ask lour pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these flfty i nt cases, then you 'will understand "why dyspeptic trouble of all kinds must go, and -why they usually relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs or Indiges tion in five minutes. Diapepsin is barm less and tastes like candy, though "ach dose contains power sufficient to uigest and prepare for assimilation i-ito the blood all the food you eat; be side, it makes you go to the table w ith a health appetite; but. "what 'will please you most, is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to lasatl"rs or li-er pills for biliousness or constipation. This city vill have xnary iMapepsis cranks, as some people will call them. but you will be cranky about this splendid stomach .preparation, too, if you ever try a little for indigestion or gastritis or any other stomach misery Get some now. this minute, and for ever rid yourself of stomach trouble and indigestion. Advertisement. ' . Doughnuts That -will remain moist Every housewife who bakes her own ' bread knows that if a little potato is added lo the sponge, the bread win not dry out as quickly. In this recipe potato is utilized to make doughnuts that will remain moist and fresh for several days. K C will be found to have distinct ad vantages over any other Baking Powder for doughnuts. KCis a double acting baking powder with which a large batch' of doughnuts may be mixed and fried a few at a time. The last will be as light and nice as the first K C Potato Doughnuts By M. Nerada Briggs, of Baking School fame. 3cups flour; i eggs; 1 cup sugar; i level teaspoovfuls KC Baking Powder; tea spoonful sail; J teaspoonful mace; 1 cup cold mashed potato; cup milk, or more tjneeaea. j cmJJj Sift three times, the flour, salt, spice and baking Powder. Beat eggs with rofcxy beater, then still using rotary beater, grad ually add sugar, then work in the mashed potato with a spoon and alternately add milk and flour mixture. Make a soft dough, roil into a sheet, cut into rounds, pinch a hole in the center with the finger and fry in deep fat. Fat for frying should not be hot enough to brown the doughnut until it has risen. When the doughnut is dropped into the fat it sinks to the bottom. As soon as it comes up it should be turned and turned a number of times while cooking. This redpe is ex. ceBent as they do not take the fat in frying and will stay moist for days. Use Herald Want Ads. ! W. C lane, engineer on the Santa Fe at Saa llarcial. has left the service. The G. H. pulled oTT one chain gang car out of 13 Paso Thursday. ' The S. 1. had three extra crews in the seivice out of El i'aso Thursday. H. ItcMicheal. switchman for the O. II. ic 131 Paso, has reported for duty. The T. Ai i tiir liremcn's board showed all but two working Thursday. A. P. Moore, extra fireman on the T. S. P., is firing engine SS7 for a few-trips. Fireman John&on, of the T. & P. at Lontjvicw. is in E.1 Paso on a short business trip. The extro. brakeman's board on the S. P. at El Paso, Thursday, had six names on it. Due Berry, passenger engineer on the T. & P., has reported for duty, af ter a short layoff. C. D. Mast, brakeman on the S. P. out of Kl Paso, has reported for duty, after a short laoff. John Defonso, fireman for the T. & P., is on the extra board after firing pas senger for several trips. Fireman Burton, of the T. & P. pas senger, is laying off and W". F. Kellv is Tilling the vacancy. Bert Prothro. passenger engineer -n the E. P. & & Vr ie laying off and Bob Harvey is in his place. C "W. Brown, brakeman on the S. P. out of El Paso, is laying off for 39 days and left for San Francisco. eo. Connors, conductor on the T. & P. at B:,j Spring, has returned home, after several days' viBit to El Paso. Billy Woods, engineer on the Mexi co North Western at Madera, is laying off and spending a few davs in El Paso. T. L P.. engine JSS is in the shop for a few days, and engineer John Nunn and J- O. Crow, fireman, are on the layoff iisu Chas, Walker, brakeman on the E. P. S. "W. at Douglas, is laying off and spending a few days visiting in El Paso. W. A. Kidd, extra brakeman on the T. & P.. worked in the E.P. & S. W. yard Wednesday in J. B. McGinley',s place. W. C. Brimmer, conductor for the Santa Fe at San Marclal, has left the service. W F. Faust, brakeman on the Santa Fe at San Marcial, has been promoted to conductor. O. K. Weathbrmark brakeman for the Santa Fe at San Marclal. has left the service. Fireman Bell, on the Toyah yard en gine, has been assigned to the El Paso extra coard. W. K. Irenkle. fireman on the T. & P., has reported for duty, after laying off for 10 days. - R- E. Byrd. formerly a fireman on the Illinois Central, is spending a few days in El Paso. Conductor McLeod. on the T. &. P. passenger, has reported for duty, after several days' layoff. , Steve Ord, engineer on .the T. & P. passenger, has reported fcr duty, after several days' layoff. P. A. flramly, switchman for the G. IL In EI Paso, has charge of the day lead engine for a few shifts. Chas. Gillespie, engineer .on the E. P & S. V. at Carrizozo, Is laying off and spending a few days In El Paso. Ben Cooley. conductor for the Santa Fe at San Marcial, has reported for 2utv, after several days' layoff. Fireman Crawford, of the E. P. & S. "W at Carrlsozo. is laying off and is visiting for a few days in El Paso. Mr. Kinman, switchman for the E. P. S. W. in the EI Faso yard, is laying off and C. E. Talbert is filling the va cancy. " i am watkins. engineer on the east INTERNATIONAL ADE GETTING iLiili Will Usher in the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Day of this Sale With Still Greater Values and More Drastic Reductions on All Stocks Clean new Spring and Summer goods The merchandise of the hour The styles and fabrics for right now All summer materials and apparel .for men, women and children, without reserve or restrictions, going in this mighty International trade getting sale at a fraction of their actual worth. Tremendous reductions Marvelous savings in every department Bargains galore By far too many lo enumerate. COME TO THE BOSTON STORE ONLY BY BEING AN EYE-WITNESS, CAN YOU RIGHTLY APPRECIATE THE MAGNITUDE OF THIS WONDERFUL ECONOMY EVENT. U arr,aeih, nJ,e vrivrti ninn nnrl rnnmnn. inha is keen ior eood values and extraordinaru bargains. NOT TO OVERLOOK THESE spzttat : nnn T7Riniv SATURDAY AND MONDAY. . .-- 1 - UWnUU A V A A ILlrd. A. J. , w. . w m. - - Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials on the Three Floors Three Day Specials In 1 000 yards of beautiful 1 8 inch Embroidery Flouncing, regular 35 cent values, 1 Q- special - 275 Fancy Children's Gowns, in sizes from two to twelve years, regular 45c OEl values, special aJ 250 Ladies' Knit Combination Suits, regular 35 cent values, " 0 special Three Day Special On the Third Ladies' beautiful new Summer Suits and Dresses of Linen and Ratine, Balkan models, trimmed in Bulgarian trimmings in every summer shade, $ 1 2.00 values, (J ff Qk Q special pO.7 Fine Linen Skirts, white and in all summer shades, regular $1 .75 and $2.00 QC values, special JJ Three Day Specials In , Dainty Lingerie Waists made of fine sheer lawn and cotton voile, with square; V, or round neck, trimmed with lace, long or short sleeves, regular $ 1 .75 values, special vtC Three Day Specials in Fine Rngs and Mat ting in Our Always Busy Basement Fine Japanese Matting, 18x36, 1 C - regular 35c values, special i iJ V Fine Ingrain Art Squares, regu- d O Q lar $5.00 values special tpddtHtO Fine Axminister Floor Rug, regular $4.00 values, special . . 4 1-2x6 1-2 Double Matters, best Creton Covering, regular $5.00 values, f0 Q special ipO.HtU tprfeXc A Genuine Money Saving Opportunity in Men's Clothing on Main Floor THREE DAY SPECIALS IN Men's fine Spring and Summer Suits. TKe famous Kuppenheimer and Clothcraft brands, regular $22.50 values, 11 DC special P A fr0 350 pair of men's extra fine Dress Pants, regular $4.00 and $5.00 values, djO AQ special Pl:0 Men's Extra fine silk striped Shirts, with French cuffs; all the newest shades.. Regu lar $2.00 values; iq special p JL JL c Friday's, Satnrday's asd Monday's Most Exceptional Specials in Ready-ie-Wear Apparel tm tie 2nd Floor Three Day Specials in Trimmed Hats Beautiful Hats, genuine copies cf the finest imported and domestic models, c Ap regular $6.50 values, special . . tpfcieu3 HI s Come Today, Saturday Come Monday, and You Will Participate in the Greatest Bargains. New Goods Placed on Sale Every Day Store Opens at 8:30 A. M. and Closes at 8:00 P. M. Daily Come, Everybody Come 'HOME OF LOW PRICED- 6 & 18 EOverland.&t: CLIFFORD J, HALPERN, Sales Manager Store Opens at 8:30 A. M. and Closes at 8:00 P. M. Daily Come, Everybody Come through freipht runs from Kl Paso to iuc3on for three conductors and six brakemen. Mrs. W. F. Kelley. vrife of T. & P. fireman Keller, left Thursday for Cisco. Texas, where she -will visit relatives and friends. , R. U Vaughn, formerly a brakeman on the Iron Mountain at Little Rock. Ark., is spending a few days here visit ing friends. - ' Gus Masuth.' engineer for the T. & P , is a sain running: a yard engine in the Kl 1'aso yard, after being on the road for some time. B. S. Gooch. switchman for the Santa Fe in thi El Paso yard, is laying off and extra switchman G. C. Rober son is in his place. Aline Snell, the baby of O. L. Snell, brakeman for the Santa Fe at San Mar clal, who has been quite" sick with the measles, is, improving. B. C Morgan, switchman for the E. P. & S. W. in the El Faso yards, is laying off pick, and extra switchman F. O. Pierce is filling the vacancy. Milo Ewinp. conductor on the Santa Fe at San Marcial. has reported for duty, and bumped Victor Anderson, vho is again on the extra board. Jesse James, hostler for the E. P. & S. "YV. in EI Faso, has been assigned to the day iob and Joe Smith, day hostler, has transferred to the night job. Mrs. Chas, Rurlling. wife of passen ger engineer on the T. & p.. finu re- end of the E. P. JS. W. at Tucumcari. I turned to her home in Toyaht after a d is spending a few days . wek ,1 vlsit to friends in EI Paso. is latins: off and in Kl Paso. The E. P. & S. W. has advertised the JTmEASIES H To make money in real estate S H is to buy before the other fel- S H low and sell to him at a profit !M ' H """ a an do it in West Tslta & F. Briggs, the T. & P. fireman who transferred f'om Fort Worth division recently, has ben assigned to engine 296 regularly, with engineer Dean. The E. P. & a W. pat on two engine trews on the east end Thursday en gineers Butteroff and A. C. nines, with firemen W. E. Riley and C. O. McKinney. W. E. Cofer and family have returned to their home in Longview, after a two weeks' visit with their brotherlnlaw in El Paso, Harry Arant, fireman on the T. & P. Conductor Shaffer, of the E. P. & S. W. at Carrizozo. has returned from an extended visit to his home in Pennsyl vania, where he was called on account of sickness. Harry Arant. hostler in El Paso ter minals, has been bumped and has been assigned to passenger run between F.l I aso and Tojah with engineer Tonv Withholder. J J rnrtrong. rvutchman for the G H in El Paso has reported fcr dut. 'ftr .' short Iet i.'f ard has been a- Lie I to tht rip t ,i fni-ip in;e? 1 i: igiucci ilul: W., on runs 181 and 102, has reported for duty after several days' layoff and D. McLain. who was relieving him, is again on the extra board. D. A. McKinzie, general chairman for the brakeman on the E. P. &S. W.. with headquarters at Tucumcari, has re turned to Tucumcari, after spending several days in El Paso on business. Victor Anderson, extra conductor on the Santa Fe at San Marcial, piloted light engine number 2014 to El Paso Thursdav for yard service, and re turned Friday with yard engine 382 for the Albuquerque shops. TULEY CHARGED WITH SELLING ON SUNDAY W. 1m. Tuley, of the Lone Star Inn, on the county road, was arrested Thurs day afternoon on an indictment charg ing him with making sales of liquor on Sunday. The defendant was re leaved on a $400 bond, pending his trial, which will come up in the county court. GO RIGHT AT IT iuu vl Lin. K P. &. tf Friends and Neighbor In El Pavo Will Show Yon a Way. Get at the root of the trouble. " Rubbing an aching back may re lieve it. But won't cure it If the kidneys are weak. You must reach the root of it the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills go right at it; Reach the cause; attack the pain. Are recommended by many El Paso people. W. " A. Wells, San Antonio St., El Paso. Texas, says: "Some time ago I began to suffer from weak back and kidney trouble. Hearing Doan's Kid ney Pills highly recommended, I got a box and took them. After using that box and one more I was entirely cured. Since then I have had no occasion to use a kidney medicine as the cure has been permanent. It gives me great pleasure to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price r0 ents l-'ostei -Milburn Co Buffalo. N.w York, sole agents for th I'niUd St Ues R ni' nb"! tl rami' Huan"-irJ iik- iiu vtuer Auvirtiseraenu WORTHAM RESIGNS AS SECRETARY OF STATE 5. C. Weinert. Senator From Gnadalope County, In Appointed to Suc ceed Him June 1. Austin, Tex., May 2. Governor Col quitt yesterday afternoon announced that secretary of state John It Worth am had tendered his resignation, to become effective on June 1. The gov ernor then announced the appointment of state senator F. C Weinert, of Guadalupe county, to fill the vacancy. Mr. Wortham resigned so that he may devote more time to his personal af fairs. Senator Weinert has been a member of the upper branch of .the legislature for two or three terms. SUGGESTS BUSINESS CLUB ORGANIZATION At the chamber of commerce luncheon Thursday afternoon R. D. Barnum pro posed the adoption of the El Paso clcb as part of the chamber, of commerce. He suggested that it was intended to convert the quarters of the Beavers in The Herald building, into a business club. R. Krakauer said that the plan was a good one and suggested its adoption if religious and political entanglements were left out and the club were made strictly a downtown business club. V. R. Stiles and C. R. Russell en dorsed the plan on these same grounds. SCHOOL WARRANTS GOOD AS CASH NOW Anyone who has a school warrant, re gardless of its date, should present it to the city treasurer or one of the banks, for it is the same as cash. AH warrants issued after May 1 are like so much cash. For some time the banks have been discounting school warrants, taking off 5 percent, and through the process the payees have lost consider able money. Now the schools are out of debt and hue $23,000 on hand. Tt is believed that when the present seMon of tlT "s hools close the schools" ..iik hook will how stmrdl hundred uollari on the cicii't side. ROADS DISCUSSED BY COMMISSIONERS Thursday afternoon's session of the county commissioners' court was de voted almost entirely to the discussion of roads. Foremen in charge of the road gangs working on parts of the roads now under construction, together with cltixens of El Paso who owned land down the valley, made reports on the progress of the work. County judge A. a J. Kylar invites everyone to visit the road work and then attend the road meetings, to discuss them. A. Courchesne, Frank Powers and Ad rian Pool, appointed as a committee to attend the traction esgine test at Dom ing. X. M., Friday, left for that placa Friday morning. The curve in the eoaaty road at tha Southwestern Ostrlen, farm win be straightened. The owners of the farm some time ago agreed to donate the land to the county said, do the work, provided the county would agree to straighten the road. Friday the com missioners decided to accept the offer. Batter fresh from the etrar, lightlv salted and wncolored. No yellow paint in ours. Phone 346, Bl Paso Dairy Co , 423 X. Oregon St. $8 Plan Win ier Comfort I You can by heat if you know where and how to get it. People who have in stalled the Campbell System declare that they have heat on tap all the time, in all weathers. Call at our store and let ns teH yoa afeooc. this Winter-Chaser, the utmost in beating comfort, with perfect ventilation, safety, fuel-economy, and ease of handling. Campbell's Chaser rill entirely reltev yoo of all anxiety and troib4e on the beating ques tion. Tho Campbell Hearing Com pany of Des Moines, Iowa, ri!I snb raiteplacs made to soit your personal nea.Wo put the furnace in by tboao orders. And if it doesn't give yoraferfAt satisfaction motsL, clean, even heat of 70 degrees we take the system out, and refund yotir tnotte . Tbe Campbell System is the sim plest method of heating in use. There are no complex parts to get oat of order barns any kind of fuel slack, hard coal, wood, natural gas anything. Remember we m&ke geed or it will not cost you a cest. Arsa't yoa interested enough to come and see us about it? El Paso Sheet Metal Works. 402 Texas Street. Telephone 548.