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EI PASO HERALD
SPEC! TIN, TO TAKE ADGLUI Plans Made Tor Chicago Trip; Hanson, Talks on "Faith" at Luncheon. mm to 9! MJOISI A special train will be run by the Aildub from El Pesw to Chicago In .lune for the members to attend th .-.mention of the Association of Ad vertising Club of the MTorld. TMi was deciUl uiion at the weekly luncheon of the Adclub. held Wedneo ,1m at the Hotel Sheldon. M. P. Car-l.i,-k was appointed manager ef the itn lo Chicago" campaign. Valley moilucta, moving pictures of El l'aao .-nd the valley, and boost literature Kill be taken on the special. Mt "Made to Kl 1b0' SUcni. Following the luncheon, the mem bers went In a body to Pioneer pUxa v here, on the McCltnteck company MdPlxiaid. a hitf printed sign adver tiMnpr the loBVentlon waa pat in place Tlie members later visited the "Made in Kl Paso' exhltit. Rev. Miles Hanson delivered the pumipal address at the luncheon. His .-iddrtss was oa "Faith as an asset In business " Caution, carefulness and arcuracy in advertising was advocated in the address. Mr. Hanson was ten dered a vote of. thanks following his address Tlie Adclufe, on suggestion oiH.Il McClintock. adopted a certain day on n hirh all of the members will pay their bills It waa decided to fix the 16th of the month as the date and all of the 1-uik will be notified of this and asked to cooperate in the movement. rturing 115. meetings of the Adclub Will be held once every twe weeks in-Hte.-irt of weekly, as ha been the custom. Bob Krakauer Does a "Jay Walk," Fined $1 Robert Krakauer, first vice president of Ki akauer. Stork & Moye's Sues- and president of the chamber of commerce, holds the distinction of being the first 1 1 Pasoan to be arrested for "Jay nalklns" under the new traffic or dinance. Mi. Krakauer was arrested Wednes day morning about 10 oclcck bv jlTicer J F. Caplinger as he was rossing Oregon street, going from the postcffice to the Kellv & Pollard tlrue store He asked the damages and was told hat the cost was $1.00 for me first offence Mr. Krakauer promptly pa-d his fine to officer Cas linirer and went on his way to the "Made in El Paso" exposition. THIRSTY DOUGLAS DRINKS IN AGUXPRlETA, S0N0RA Douglas. Arls., Jan. IS To appease the thirst of Douglas residents, a cou ple of Americans have opened an estab lishment in Agua Priets, Sonora. which whs recently declared "dry" by the Car lanra garrison commander. The ban was lifted, however, with tl5 reserva tion that no member or the Mexican soldierv be served with liquor. At this place It is necessary to buy something to eat in order to drink. In other words, liquor is served only with meals. It Is thought, however, that tock sandwiches will always be available Only One 'BBOMO ftlTIXIXK." Whenever you feel a cold coming on, think of the full name, LAXATIVE BKOMO QUININE. Look for signature of j: W. Grove on box. 23c "First Chief" to Arrest the Negro Heavyweight When He Lands in Mexico. Jack Johnson, heavs weight champion of the world, will be seized the moment he lands at a Mexican port, provided that port is held by Carranza troops. Unless he can show passports from the American state department he will be held pending orders of American au thorities. Johnson is expected to soon sail from Buenos Ayres, Argentina, for either Veracruz or Tamplco on his way to Juarez, where he is scheduled to fight Jess Wlllard on March S for the heavy weight championship of the world. Uoth Tamplco ana Veracruz, as well as MatamoraK, are held by Carrancistas. Johnson cannot come to this country, as federal Indictments stand against him charging him with bail Jumping. 1'ight Will PI" Villa "Warhngs." The move to detain Johnson has been taken by Andres Garcia, Carranza con sul here. He has sent a telegram to Carranza in. which he calls attention to the fact that Johnson is a fugitive from Justice and that theJuarez fight will go to swell the Villa war chests. "Therefore," the telegram concludes. "I suggest that unless he shows pass ports from the United States govern ment, he be detained awaiting the pleasure of the United States govern ment." This telegram has been sent to Carranza at Veracruz and assurances have been received that it will- be acted upon favorably. . The campaign against Tampico will. In all probability, decide whether or not the fight is to be held. It is re ported that Villa is taking personal charge of directing the campaign. Should his forces capture the port, Johnson -Bill enter Mexico through Tampico. F. X". HALI, SUES TO IlECOVER. 97SOO FROM PURIFIED OH. CO. F. X. Hall has' brought suit in the list district court to recover $7580 ffom R. C. Chappell and TV. D. Corbln. alleged organisers of the Purified. Oil company, capitalized at 115,000. According to the petition the com pany was organized In the spring of 1911 to purify oil by a new process. It is alleged that a contract was drawn up guranteeing the stock to pay 20 percent, but if It did not pay that divi dend the defendants would surrender the stock and pay 8 percent on all monies paid out bv the plaintiff. The plaintiff alleges that he and C. L. Vow ell subscribed $5000 to the enter prise but that after the money was paid in defendants refused to sign the contract DIC1CI3RSOX APATITMMNT HOUSE IS SOLD TO C. B. IIR.IXGES FOR 514.00O Mrs. Lena Dickenson has sold to C. B Bringes the apartment house at 1715 Montana street for J14.000. It has a frontage of 60 feet on Mon tana street and consists of seven apart ments. Cassidy & Neel made the sale. NOTARIES PUBLIC. Santa Fe. N. II., Jan. 13. Governor McDonald has appointed as notary public James W. Prude, of Mescalero, and B. L. Moncus, of Irma, Quay county. RUSSU HAS NEW llipilL Turkish Forces Invade Per sia; Occupy Tabriz, Sec ond City in Country. (Continued From Pace One.) and near Perthes, marked tho princi pal poiuts today where desperate con flicts are reported to be raging. For six days the Turks have been making a valiant effort to rally their retreating forces and, aided by a gar rison "from Erzerum, have been mak ing a surprising fight in view of the Russian reports of their recent crush ing defeat. The latest Petrograd official com munication says the fighting at Kara "Urgan is turning in Russia's favor, but ooth armies are fighting with the iandimn of deen snow and bitter cold. Privato Petrograd dispatches say the Turks show no signs of weakening. CJcrman Capture 170O French. German victories in several engage ments on the western front are an nounced in today's statement from the Berlin war office. It is said that the allies were compelled by German artil lery to evacuate trenches near the Bel gian coast In the neighborhood of Nleu port aJid that attacks were repulsed at other points, with the capture of 1700 French in one instance. On the eastern front there are no developments of consequence. The statement Bays in part: "In the western theater of the war fierce artillsy duels took place in the neighborhood of .Nieuport They re sulted in the evacuation of the ene my's trenches at Palinsburg, a suburb of Nleaiport. "The enemy's attacks near the canal of La Bassee haTe been finally re pelled. Two Positions Taken. "French attacks at La Boisselle and the hill oj Touvron were repulsed. Tuesday's unsuccessful attacks on the hills near Crony were followed up by a German counter attack which ended in the complete defeat of the French and the clearing of the hills northeast of Bnssie aaid north of Crony. Our troops took possession of two French posi tions and captured 1700 prisoners, four cannon and several machine guns. "An attack bv Frerch sappers In the neighborhood or St. llihiel has been successCilly repulsed. Our troops took possession of the hills north and northeast of Nomeny." French- Artillery is Posy. Severe winler weather from one end to the other cif the battle line in France hindered military operations Tuesday, according to the announcement given out this afternoon by the French war office. The French artillery showed some activity, notably near Soissons and between, Reims and the Argonne but no decisive results were attained. The fighting northeast of Soissons con tinues with severity. It is evident that large forces of infantry have been en gaged. The "French retain some of their positions, but were compelled to relinquish others. Admit Repulse Xenr SolMsons. The announcement follows in part: "'On the Aisne to the northeast of Soissons tho fighting around "Spur 132' continued with great severity during all the day of January 12. The Germans brought very considerable forces into this engagement We maintained our position on the crest of the hill to the west of 'Spur 132." To the cast our troops were obliged to give up ground. The fighting here continues. 'In the region of Souain the advance position covering the block house lo cated to the north of the Beausejour farm is still in our possession and we here have set up a trench distant 60 yards from the German trench." GERMANS ESTABLISH NEW AERIAL BASE IN BELGIUM Geneva, Switzerland, via London. Eng.. Jan. 13. Word has reached here from Friedrichshafen, where the Zep pelin works are located, that the Ger mans have established a base for their aerial fighting craft near Ghent in Belgium Four Zeppelins of the latest type and a number of aeroplanes have been assembled at the new grounds. It is from this point that the Zeppelins made their recent raid on Calais. CIIIXA MIOMSHES AWR ZOXK; JAPAX PAYS XO ATTEXTIOX Tokio, Japan, Jan. 13. China has abolished the war zone in the Shan tung peninsula, according to formal notification sent to Japan. Japan has not withdrawn its troops from the Shan-tung railroad, and some tension between the two countries has re sulted. N Japan has arranged for a treaty of commerce with Bolivia. She will en deavor to obtain a portion at least of Germany's export trade with Bolivia and increase her markets generally with South An.erica. GERMAN SAILORS BOARD FREE OX SHIPS IX XEW IOHK PORT New York, Jan. 13. German sailors on ships interned at Hoooken on ac count of the war may remain on their ships until the end of the war. get ting board and lodging free. Nearly 2800 of them on 14 ships were Tues day given their discharge papers with the alternative of accepting the free board proposition or of entering Into new contracts, at greatly reduced wages, with the North German Lloyd or Hamburg-American line. About 2000 signed the contracts at wage re ductions of 50 percent or more. riRST CAXADIAX OFFICER IS KILLED IX TRENCHES London, Eng., Jan. 13. Canada has lost her first officer in the European war. He is Capt D. O. C. Newton, of Montreal, who went into the trenches last Saturday with princess Pat's light infantry and was killed the same day. He was a director in a number of large Canadian firms, a veteran of the South African war, and was aide de camp to earl Gray, governor general of Canada. SAYS U. S. REJECTED HIS HIGH EXPLOSIVE SHELLS Washington. D. C, Jan. 13. Louis Gathman. who claims to be the Inven tor of the high explosive shells Ger many Is using In her monster guns which swept away the defences- of, Liege and Antwerp, told a majority of the senate committee oh expenditure' In the war department today lie had been endeavoring to interest ordnance officials of the American war depart ment for many years, and had n.rule no effort to give his inveaMon to foji-In governments until it had been tepeat edly refused by American army officers. He charged that the facts had bee.i suppressed by the ordnance D.ireau. MRS. CHARLOTTE A. HOWE DIES AT LOCAL IIOSPTTiL Mrs. Charlotte A. Howe died Tuesday afternoon at a local hospital after a lingering'illness. She was 69 years old. She Is survived by a son, A. C. Howe, cashier of a bank at Lafayette, Colo., and by a son in Phoenix, Ariz. A daughterinlaw, Mrs. A. C. Howe, was with her during her illness. The body will be taken to Washington, D. C, Mrs. Howe's former home, for inter- ment. -iHPH A (tiPP" n $15 CL Of Suits and Overcoats was a bold dash on our part this selliiiff of high grade Suits and Overcoats at half price and hundreds of shrewd buyers have prof ited by our unusual price reductions. Every Winter Suit and Overcoat Must Go, and You Can Buy Them at SUITS HALF PRICE HALF PRICE $15 Suits Now $ 7.50 $20 Suits Now .$10.00 $25 Suits Now $12.50 TROUSERS AT CQST $3.00 Trousers Now $2.50 $4.00 Trousers Now $3.00 $5.00 Trousers Now $3.75 $6.00 Trousers Now $4.50 OVERCOATS HALF PRICE $15 Overcoats Now $ 7.50 $20 Overcoats Now $10.00 $25 Overcoats Now $12.50 Shirts The Dress Line DRESS SHIRTS Silk, Flannel, Per, cales, Madras, in white, cream, slate, stripes and dots. French cuffs or hand laundered. $3.50 grade at $2.50 $3.00 grade at $2.00 $2.50 grade at $1.50 $2.00 grade at - $1.25 $1.50 grade at $1.00 $1.25 and $1.00 grade at $ .35 Underwear Values Hard to Beat $1.25 and $1.50 grade at S .85 $1.00 Union Suits at S .75 $2.50 Union Suits at , $1.75 $125 grade at $ .85 $3.00 Union Suits at $2.00 $2.50 grade at $1.50 SHIRTS Flannel and DressCollars Attached $1.50 grade at $1,10 $2.00 grade at $1.40 $2.50 grade at $1.70 $3.00 grade at $2.20 Sweaters At About Half Price Our $10.00 grade now. $6.20 Our $9.00 grade now . $5.60 Our $7.00 grade now . $4.50 Our $6.00 grade now . $4.00 Our $5.00 grade now . .$3.20 Our $4.00 grade now . .$2.80 Our $3.00 grade now . $1.80 Gloves Big Line For Drejs or Work $2.50 grade at S1.50 S2.00 grade at $1.40 $1.50 grade at $1.10 STETSON HATS . Most up-to-date line of shapes and colors in the city to select from. Priced from $4.00 to $20.00 mr an sflk r fib We Do a We Advertise HARRIS KRUPP, Prop. 107 SAN ANTONIO STREET This Sale Ends Jan. 30th GRAND JURY INDICTS OCHOA ON TWO COUNTS Victor Ia Ochoa, charged by Recardo Papapilla, an Italian, with theft by bailee of ?800, has been indicted by the grand jury on two counts. The first count charges him with theft by bailee of property over the value of S50, and the second, vith conversion of property over the value of $50. Ills bond was fixed at S2000, which was S'ochoa is charged by Papapilla with having accepted $800 of American money to be exchanged for Villa, mon ey and with refusing to make the change or return the money. The pre liminary hearing was held Friday aft ernoon, when Ochoa was bound oer to the grand Jury on $1500 bond. COLORADO OFFICIALS CALL 1 OV KMI'I.OVES TO IIESIGX. Denver, Colo.. Jan. IS. State treas urer Allison Stocker and state auditor Harry E. Mulnlx today notified all the employes in their departments that their resignations were expected. It was explained that not all employes would be dropped, but that any who re fused to resign would be liable to dis charge for cause. Employes In the two departments contend that they are under ciil ser vice and cannot legally be discharged for political reasons. CIIAnGED WITH TAKING SHOES. John Humphreys, of company C, 16th infantry, was arrested shortly before 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon, charged with shoplifting. The complaint was made by an El Paso street shoe merchant who claims that the soldier appropri ated a pair of (.hoes from In rront o. his place of business and recused to re turn them. The arrest was made by officer A. A. Funk. TAKE CORALS AND DRINK FROM BOTTLE; OVERLOOK VALUABLES and Mrs. W. D. Slppy. apartment of Mr. In the Marguerite aDartmenU. on East Boulevard, Tuesday night, while the occupants were at the thea ter. The burglars completely ransacked J everything, emptying the contents -at the dresser drawers on the floor, cutting open trunks and leaving everything In disorder A string of coral beads on a silver string brought from Amsterdam, was taken, and a small gold chain with a locket, a miner mounted fountain pen mnd a pocketbook with 15 cents, also are missing. The burglar left all the silverware and overlooked a diamond studded atch fob. A quart bottle of whisky wan on the buffet, and the burglars liberally helped themselves to Us contents. OPHELIA 1 THE I IalhambraI I TODAY I Hoft Coffee amd Delicious Biscuits Served Free oaa Mezzasaarae Floor By Westers Coflfee Co. . G2o6e Mills" It's Coming! O'iar Sesraa-AE&svia&l CIEAN SWEEP SALE Mosaday Jan. IStla. EL PASO'S Greatest Bargain Event and a Sale offering the Most Sweeping Reductions of the year. All Fall and Winter stocks must move out regardless of the sacrifice. Economies for eyery home. Be sure and attend this great sale. "The Taint" - For TlMsrsday -Notion Specials 5c Hair Nets, Thursday 10c Colored Head Lace Pins, Pkg. . . 10c Papers Good Pins, The Pkg 10c Assorted Toi let Pins, Pkg 3c 3c 5c 6c Wilson's 10c Hooks & Eyes 20c Cabinets Hair Pins 10c Stockinet Shields, Pr 25c Boxes Sub tler Hair Pine.. 5c I5c 3c 16c 25c Shell Combs, Barrettes, Side Combs, Etc., Extra Special for Thursday selling, lO each IOC Extra Special ! New JLeatfosr If axadfcagjs 95c Just receiveH 72 new handbags that have the appear ance of much higher values. All black leather in Angora mat, crepe and pin seal with German silver trimmings. New shapes and linings. Nicely fc g fitted. A White House Special tomorrow. .iJj S P E C I A L : A FREE demonstration of "Velvo," the new White House Benzoin and Almond lotion, in the Toilet Goods Section Thursday. 1 ilTSI iWl 1 31 fsllMii smTsl I aTl issmTMII r Ms faTT irill II r.l ITsTTsM MmsmmTi ITI in IIFss 1 IITWmsTslmT "&j Store of Service" A GREAT PICTURE FI Second Complete Story "THE EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" With Craig Kennedy, the Marvelous Scientific De tective Character, Cre ated by ARTHUR B. REEVE ( Pathe's Weekly" 'Without Hope' Elaine Sternes' Prize Winning Comedy Produced by Mr. Fred Mace Portrayed by a Large Cast of Popular Favorites See Our Exhibit" No. 47 "Made In El Paso" B Pt g?'mmmmamCvQiCT - "2 llW MslP-' if 'ulMI Then visit our big store next to Crawford Theatre and see tlie large stock "we cany. El Paso Trunk Factory PHONE 1054. Visit Our Big Store. Next to Crawford Theatre. 1 CRAWFORD TONIGHT Lillian Russell's Racing Play "WILDFIRE" With BERT C. GAGNON and EDITH POLLOCK and the orig inal Lyric Players. WEDNESDAY BARGAIN MATI NEE 10 Cents SITES 15C to 50c CAROL ARDEN IS ON HER WAY TO EL PASO 1882 1915 Tuttle "Booth" IN CORRIDOR OF WHITE HOUSE See our dry mineral red and yellow ochre that is mined in Juarez Mountains brought in on burros, crushed and refined and barreled for shipments as far as 1,000 miles south into Mexico. Also, note our other Factory Products. Tuttle Paint & Glass Do. 210-212 N. Stanton St. Phones 206-205. 1882 1915 The Spoilers In NINE REELS By Rex Beach, with WILLIAM FARNUM at oiin THE""'" U Today Come to the Matinee and be tare of a seat Shows Start at 10:50 A. M., 12:55 P. M, 3 P. M, 5 P. M, 7 P. M, 9 P. M. LEVY itCEHY W nrfcMOAMv CO M PAN Y l'XDEflSI!l.I. ALT. OTHEItS SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST Peerless Brand Fruit Jelly and Apple Butter, S 2 Jars for feC Trade With Us and Save Money MaiJ Orders Prompt Attention Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland St.