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EL PASO HERALD
POSTAL CLERKS SITJf MATE Mail Oar of Golden State Train Scene of Shooting; Man Believed Insane. -i - Dilhart. Tex, Jan. 15 Postal clerK !l 1-rench. on the eutbound Golden Mate Limited, believed to have become insane, allot and seriously wounded i. octal clerks William Lowery illiam Settle xhe shooting occured nst after the train left Dalhart. l i onch was o erpowered and taken into custodv at Stratford. Lowery and .. ule were taken to the hospital at Liberal French formerls ran into El Paso, ln.t his run hap been out of Tucumcari, M , for several months. He owns moperu in El Paso and is well known .in.ong the railroad men an railway liustal service officials there. Cocoanut Oil Makes a Splendid Shampoo If ou want to keep your hair In good condition, the lees, soap you use the better. Most soaps and prepared sham poos contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, makes the hair brit tle, and is very harmful. Just plain mulsified coooanut oil (which is pure and entirely greaeelees), is much better than soap or anything else you can use for shampooing, as this can't possibly Injure the hair. Simply moisten your hair with water and rab it in. One or two teaspoonfuls will make an abund ance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thor oughlv. The lather rinses out easi lj, and removes every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil The hair dries quickly and ev enly, and it leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. Tou can get mulsified cocoanut oil at most any drug store. It is erv cheap, and a few ounces is enough to last everyone In the fam ily for months. Advertisement. SPOONING MUST STOP IM J1TKEYS Drive Catarrh Germs From Nose and Throat Only Way to Keaily Care Catarrh Say Noted SMHs4. The germs of catarrh bmad, thrive and multiply by the millioa far up in the air passages or the poser throat ana longs oi eer cita-rh victim. Catarrh is a germ Iitetse and yon cannot get rid ef the -eae mull sou get rid of thp germs TBe be-.t specialists seem agreed an this paint. You ran t kill germs with ointments 'K lot.ons. etc, which yon nu up your nose. Theje may clear year head and let you breathe easier but they do not -reach the iterma xStomach destng may parity year blawfiuiUt doesn't kiU the germs nor dees tare Csxaxsfc. There is joat one safe, aaaussto aad Invar .ai.u reliable way to reach and destroy . ats'rrb germs and thus stop catarrh for- nT ... i. .. Htf anil "Vf.. ."'r-,".i --WTiii .i- of 1 alleeed to have been an " " , - - !. ..-. kul wnirn ia nuuiv irvm i" jiu "i Los Angeles Police Decide to Compel Lights in All Nickel Autos. Los Angeles. Calif- Jan. 13. Impor tant phases of the jitney bus problem were cons.ered at a conference bet, oen the public utilities ""?" "'& of Roberts. Lanpdon aj'" attorney Stephens and asslisUn. cn attorney Robertson. , , .w. In order to prevent spooning in twe back seats of jitneys and flirtatious ad vances of men toward young "en nassen"-ers. it was decided that all litneys must be provided with inside li"htlo as to properly illuminate the back seat and interior of the bus. Must Jlatc Set Terminals It was tentatively decided that all iitnevs engaged in the passenger car ving business must haveHefinite term inals and must bear properly labeled 'VuXercSeration will be given the question of compelling the Jitrteys to adhere to regular defined routes and IS operate on gecified time scehdules. The conference also will consider the Question of indemnity bonds and the advisability of creating a traffic bureau separate from the police department to handle the jitney business. Now that it has taken up the problem in earnest the council committee says It is Bolng to hold daily conferences- until it is determined exactly what regulatory provisions the proposed jitney bus or dinance should contain. To relieve traffic congestion the com mittee is of the opinion the jitneys should be required to operate over specified routes. If this policy is fol lowed a large number of the jitneys mar be removed from Main street. Spring street and Broadway In the downtown section. Legisaltive provisions to prevent over loading and standing on the run ning board is favored.' Consider Sebastian risn. Another feature being considered is the regulation suggested by chief Se bastian requiring jitneys to stop at least eight feet behind each other at crossings. The open spaces between buses will permit persons to board and alight from street ears without danger of being run over. IE RIDING IN IT1BUSSES Built by People Who Know How, With the Idea of Safety Uppermost. Of all the cars operated in this city, in the fie cent auto service, the motor busses are certainly the safest cars for passengers, being properly designed aud built for that purpose and every detail worked out In them for the safety of their ratifns. It is very noticeable how carefully and cautlouslv their drivers operate them, which greatly reduces the haz ards to passengers. Their seats are built and constructed between the wheels so that passengers arc sitting down lower, nearer the frame, which has the tendency to hold the busses on. the ground in turn ing; around and at corners. Their exceptionally large and over slae tires gives them about three timos the traction of nearly all the other cars operated in this service. It is to be no ticed that every one of these cars are equipped with non-skid tires, which prevents slipping and skidding. These busses are also equipped with trusses and braces, similar to those found and seen on nearly all heavy and high priced cars and their especially designed and built brakes go to snow that their owners or manufactuners left no stone unturned in properly equipping and building these cars for the service which they are used, having in mind all the time the safety and comfort of patrons. Illectrlc lights Inside these busses further add to their comfort and con venience at night, i In fact, if any ofie will stop, figure and think, they can readily see and know that they are properly built and constructed from start to finish, for the safety and comfort of patrons, and if all the cars used In this service were as'properly built and constructed, also as cautiously and carefully operated as MOTOR BUSSES, the dangers to the public would be reduced to a minimum. Advertisement. The most profitable breakfast food to buy is Avondale brand oats. No hulls, no black specks, no flour just pure, clean and sweet rolled oats. Save the coupon. Advertisement. . SSEOTS HAN OBEYED BANKERS Gave Ear to Santo Domingo Financiers m Diplomatic Affairs, Ig Claim. - 1 1 nm.l in - oil of Kucs.lptus combined with -pow-rful germicidal ingredients which are cer tain ucatli to every catarrh germ they reach The 4r of Hyoraei beeathed deeply is so penetrating it reaches into every nook, . .jrner and crevice of your nose, throat, and lungs where germs can possibly hide or ureed Its an easy treatment. You'll like to breathe Hvomei. Its saor and effect is pleas ant to everyone but the mischief making serins themselves They don't like It, sim pl can t stand it and are completely driv en from your body taking Catarrh itself with them. Hyomel Is a standard preparation recognised by physicians and druggists ev erywhere It la so well thought of here that Xelly and Pollard and many other leading druggists in this vicinity sell it with an absolute guarantee of aucessxul core or money back. No catarrh sufferer therefore sMomea sny risk in giving it a trial. Tear this notice out of the paper now and show it to your druggist as you ask for Hyomel Be sure to ask him for the complete Hyo mel outfit as this contains a Free Inhaling outfit device which Is very necessary to u to get the best results. Ketlv ana roiiara Auveniecnicui. New York. J a. IS. Secretary of state Bryan yas infulenced by a group of New Y.-k financiers, operating the Banco 'Vacional of Santo Domingo, in his political appointments and remov al , according to testimony Thursday at the hearing being conducted by sen ator elect Phelan, of California, to de termine whether James M. Sullivan, American minister to Santo Domingo, is fit to hold his position. Secretary of state Bryan was accused of lending an ear, in appointing Sulli van, to the Savnuel M. Jarvis coterie of New Tork financiers, who controled k uaniA MBcionnl at Santo Domingo an lnsiiiuiiuu without standing on the isiana, anu which sought to obtain for its coffers the name of the next minister. It enus with an -N.' he said." Bryan Keen for Political Jobs. That secretary Bryan at that time had a high opinion of Mr Sullivan was evidenced by a lette- placed on the record, while Pulliam was testifying, by Walter W. Vick. who succeeded Pul liam as receiver general, and who after his removal, instigated the present In lestigation. The letter, addressed to Vick under date of August 10, 1913, was as follows: "Now that ou ha a arrived and have acquainted yourself With the situation, vou can let me know what positions sou have at jour disposal with which to reward deserving Democrats. When ever you desire a suggestion from me in regard to a man for any place down there call on me. "You have had enough experience In politics to know h3v valuable workers are when the campaign is on and how difficult it is to find suitable rewards for the deserving. I do not know to what extent a knowledge of the Span- Jhedanosli of the customs dutie ! language is necestr:- for employes. S? "! &.& lE5Si Sv the Let me know what is requisite, togeth- United States, and other government Wm. E. Pulliam, receiver general of the customs at Santo Domingo during the Taft administration, testified that F. J B- MitchelC president of the Banco Nacional. had caused to be pub lished in a Dominican newspaper that W. T. S. Doyle, head of the department of Latin American affairs in the- state smrimint. had been removed on com plaint of Mitchell and that Mitchell had subsequently said to ninr. T told you so; there'll be several other changes and they'll extend to Santo Domingo" In June, 1813, Mitchell came to him again, he said, and told him that Rus sell. American minister under Taft, was not leturning . "He told me," the witness testified, "that If I v. as a guesser he'd tell me N" AT1QNS MEAT 1 t quality Market 1 SATURDAY SPECIALS Nation' Corn Fed Pork Ham Roast O 1 Per lb " A1C Nations' Corn Fed Pork Shoulder Boast . 1Q. Per lb - 10C Nations' Milk Fed Veal Shoulder Boast . Ofi For lb 6Ut Nations' Milk Fed Veal Stew OKr 15c per lb; 2 lbs. for SiJU Nations' Choice Mutton Shoulders 1 22C Ham and Bacon Spe Saturday Only Fancy Sugar Lined Hams, Guaranteed Per lb Nations' Home Cured Bacon IVr lb -... 22c 22'2c Nations Fancy Grain Fed Poultry - Home Dressed Turkeys. Home Dressed Geese. Home Dressed Hens. Home Dressed Springs. OYSTERS RECEIVED FRESH DAILY. Telephone MIMtir.VM -' I 2576 LLf tt i If L 7rtf iiiHtTii AvenQe H er -nith the Mian and when appoint' ments are likely to be made. Sullivan will be down before long and you and he together ought to be able to bring about such reforms ag may be neces sary there. You will find Sullivan a strong, courageous, reliable fellow. The more I have seen of bin. the better satisfied I am that he will fit into the pla; there and do what is necessary to be done. , "Very truly yours, "W. J. Bryan." Had Git en Adequate 'Warning. Pulliam further testified that he had warned assistant secretary of state Os borne, in July, 1913, "under no circum stances to have an thing to do with the Banco "Na -lonal crowd," and had ex plained the character of the situation to him and that it was seeking to ex ploit Dominican finances. He said he set fortn in detail the activities of the institution in a letter to Gen. Frank Mclntyre, head of the bureau of insular affairs, in the war department. o Trouble for ISiKht Tears. "I was surprised and incensed," he said, "that such a coterie got to Bry an's ears. I was sorry to see the re ceivership of customs made the subject of political exploitation. I recalled the instructions which secretary Root gave me when lie said that those funds should be administered as a sacred trust. For eight years the receivership had been operated without any trouble and the difficulties that later arose were unquestionably caused by Sullivan's transferring the funds to the Banco Nacional. That was what they wanted. They had no funds. They wanted to establish credit for themselves. Why, nobody would accept their notes of is sue except as handbills on the street. The bank was a Joke." Pdltiam said he had no doubt that the Jarvis interests were responsible for his removal. ' REFUSE TO STAND FOR CUT IN PAY of Railroad. Kmployes Oppose Kffort Bxprrss Companj to Decrease Commission Allowed. The Wells-Fargo Express company has been notified that instead of a de crease in commissions to telegraphers and other representatives handling the express business on the Sap, Southern Pacific and International & Great Northern roads, in Texas, an increase will be demanded in addition to better working conditions. More than 18,000 employes are affected by the action taken by the telegraphers of the rail roads who handle the express business in addition to their railroad duties, at a meeting held in Houston Monday. "About six months ago the express company lowered the maximum amount of business upon which a commission v. Qultl be pail o r.iUmd employes irom ssoo to zoo a month." t. c. Ber ry, of Enclnal, chairman of the gen eral committee, Texas division, made this Statement. "This means toat the small offices that only have a big vol urn's of busi.ic.ss cluing the berry sea son and other rush periods would be cut down considerably. The railroad companies are in no way affected by the action." Among those who attended the meet ing at Houston were: J. J. Dermody, fourthvice president, International Or der of Telegraphers of Cincinnati; D. C. Wells and 3. C. Buffington, of the Sunset-Central: E B. Hill, S. S. Sooy and R. Preston, of the Sap; T. C. Berry, of Encinal; Charles C Webner, of Mart; J. J. Burns, assistant local chairman. International & Great Northern and Gulf division or Rockdale, T. H. Stan ton, of Texas & Brazos Valley lines, and others represented by proxy. LEAVES OF ABSENCE ARE FEATURES OF ARMY ORDERS "MadeHsaEl Paso Exhibit Closes Tomorrow Night--Hot Biscuits and Co&ee All Day" SSI 1, naisasnBSSESSBSSSBSEJKSSsasssBBBSSSSisasaia sODBuaasa am aasai :ssssaassl ...,.., .-. .. ,-..m..i.i t, -..3BSBSSBaasBsssasBss I TCtctf inning Monday. January lotn. 1 6fiEl Paso's Greatest Bargain Eventf! sHS great Sale is the talk of the town. Its economies will benefit every home and no familv can well allord to miss tnese sweeping xieuucuiuKr uw .. . ,. " n Tnn n-r.A winm. fnri.-c will ho nlfifwl nn snip fihsolutelv without reserve, livery thine must move out Now before the arrival of Spring stocks. Profits have long since been forgotten and wholesale costs are seldom considered. Our sole object Now is to make a Clean Sweep of all Winter Merchandise, regardless of the sacrifice. In shopping at this modern store vou can always feel that goods are just as represented and that all values are exactly as adver tised. TEUTH has been one of the foundation stones1 that Jias made possible this wonderful business. Let nothing keep you away Monday. Watch For Our Large Herald Advertisement Saturday .Extra Special! $1.50 4-In-Hands 75c A large and varied assortment of men's fine four-ln-Tiande, made of imported silks in beautiful color combinations. Wide, flare end styles. Regular $1.50 values. Bxtra 7C- Special.... Jl ""587 Ur 1?,. 3 ,c5&1 a Ttf"kTr rilrfc,X7 Tailored Suits $Q?5 qL $25 Values ... & SS) .Extra Special!. Bead Necklaces $2.50 . A sample line of new novelties in exclu sive Italian jet, genuine jade and novelty stones, combined with Kld and pearl beads. Xo two alike. Values to $4.95; SEf?: $2.50 lKa.c!nsdiE&g OR Saturday selling we offer values very much out of the o5n ary. The collection consists of short, medram and long jacket Suits with plain and tunic skirts. The materials include serge, broad cloths, gabardines and other wanted weaves. All dark colors and black represented. Values as high as $25.00. your Q QJf choice Tomorrow at UcifiJ $f95 .Extra Special!. Lingerie Blouses 95c Dainty and attractive new .Blouses that bespeak of Springtime. ShoVn in sber Voiles, Lawns and Organdies, with dainty lace and embroidery trimmings. Long sleeves, high and combination lowtneefc styles. All'new motieis. A feature Saturday at ; 95c iKucBuidiinig $19.50 Values . ONE big collection of street dresses made of silks, serges and com bination materials in all the wanted styles of the season. Mostly dark colors and black represented. Values at high as. $19.50 will be on sale Tomorrow at $9, -c , arA.if-'arsJr1 is, sal IS met! Women's Hosiers 15c L 59c Extra SpecialL Pretty Dolls $1.00 Bi attractive golden bait dolls, full 21 inSies tall. Maehc jointed bodies utu Ion", curly hair. They go to sleep and have kid slippers and blue stockings. Unusual value Saturday d1 QQ ..Extra Special! Sat'Night6 to 8:30 Fiver's Toilet Water in Azurea. Q Le Trefle and Floramye odors. . U 7 -Se Bottles l'ure Distilled 1 C Witeh Hazel XJ S5e Packages of Roger &. Gallctt's Rice KJur 18C HOSE AT 15c One lot of silk lisle gauze cotton hose. Fast black, fine quaKty, with double soles, heels, toes and deep garter tops. ?ri,ucs 15c Saturday .-Urs HOSE AT 59c A special lot of . women's dip silk hose with lisle soles, heels and toes. Embroidery clocked ankles. Extra Special Saturday. . . 59c s A SPECIAL lot of women's plain while and pink or blue sKp-over styles with long or short sleeves. Daintily trimmed square or round necks. Fine washable Japanese Crepe Gowns in srws 16 and 1 7. Extra Special for Week-End Selling Saturday Each Values Owt oi tH Ordinary WeeR-Eiid Accessory Specls Oh& Sale Satwrd&y Only Toilet Goods ' Full Lb. Bars Genuine Im- QQ. ported Castile Soap 00 50c 4711 Whit Rose Liquid OO- .Shampoo Soap vPt?V $1.00 Sire 'Herpiaide, New- fiQ( bro's product i VJW Ricksecker's 25c Skin Soap, 1 O. Saturday...... XWW 25e Jars "of Peroxide, Cream, 1 EC r Saturday iOi 26e Bottles Violet Perfumed 1Q. Ammonia iOV 25c Bottles Lambert's Lister- -f "J ine, Saturday... J. V $1.00 Size Bottles Tlnaud's 7p Eaude Quinine i Mennen's Talcum Powder, all -I C day Saturday 1J Jap Rice Face Powder, all JQ.-. day Saturday OifK 50c Assorted Odors Bulk Per- OOr fumes, the o. . . '." JJ 50c GLGVES FOR 33c One lot of 16 button white washable chamoisette gloves with double finger Q9 tips, extra special Saturday 3 3 C WHITE KID GLOVES $1.50 Full 16 button white Kid gloves in two and' three clasps. Fine soft dressy gloves. Extra Special fri ttffe Saturday Vl W $195 CHAMOIS GLOVES $1.00 Regular $2.95 grade white and natural color wash chamois kid gloves in full 1 6 button len gth. Extra J j (f Special Saturday. ... P X VV $1.95 HANDBAGS FOR $1.29. Corona seal and rcrepe seal leather handbags in new shapes. Nicely trimmed and equipped. tf "I O Q Extra Special Saturday P X a i 2 89c AND 95c HANDBAGS 69c A special table qf leather handbags in a aood assortment of shapes. Leather and moire lined. Special Saturday 50c HANDKERCHIEFS REDUCED All pure linen with hand embroidered initial and novelty designs. Narrow and wide hems. Extra Special Sat., 3 for. . . . 69 c Pioneer Plaza Tlae tSfcoe Service9 Phone 4580 orders announced today. The orders follow: " Leaves of absence Capt Richard K. Cravens, coast artillery oorps. one month; First Lieut. James A. Robert son, medical reserve corps, one month: Second Lieut. George G. Seamen. Second field artillery, one month; Second Lieut. Stiles M. Decker, coast artillery corpst ten days ., , Mai Ernest L nuflner, medical corps, will render necessary medical attend ance at post at Fort Thomas. Ky. The resignation by Capt. Cleveland C Lansing, Fourth fiold artillery, has been accepted. First Lieut. Charles D. Rogers, Sev enth cavalry, now at Trinidad. Colo., ordered to Fort Ogletree, Ga., for tem porary duty. First Lieut. James A. Robertson, mullMil fAaarvA mm, rllpvp.rl fl'nm duty at Fort Thomas. Ky.. and from I active duty in medical reserve corps Crawford Theatre K5 TONIGHT THE (iG0 XSU rOLLOCK LYRIC TLA VERS "Madame X" First Time In Kl Faso Mntinfrs Sniurday and Sunday For Reservations, 'l'hone C170 IN Patronize your own uome valley Ley v iocEfnr few 1 COMPANY UNDERSELL ALL OTHERS JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT Evaporated Peaches, Pears, Apricots. Pruned, Silver Prunes, Figs, Apples, Pitted Plums, Raisins. Trade With Us and Save Money Mail Orders Prompt Attention Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland St, 1 .. " ' . - -, .,.., .. . . ., -. 8 HAA5 hK&mJ g UU IU Mfo I O NIGHTS SATURDAY (IM ID 17 oSlL I MATS-. SUNDAY.,. Jl8. iQ-j j3sf& I The Musical Comedy Triumph of tbe "V ear. M' IsRsk "bringing rniyjfl : rp ! (-iRLs ur iH!in&ii lHR 1 H V l.IGIiIUG LINDSLIDE OF L VCGHTER. I iaslsH I j SB V STVR CVST OF FAMQt'S KTKRT UMSBS. H IB I SOMETHING TO PLEASE EVERYBODY j IB 1 S Hear the AVorlil Famous "Tiniicrarj Sons Hit. TZrTT K PDIPIT- tlntlnec Soe 10 $1.00) Msht 5Cc to 81.50 I "r " M rnibL01 SEVTS VT UTWS TODAY. ' B II 9 W EHI AflS in Ths El Paso Herald Are AN INVESTMENT -IJca cs NOT an EXPERIMENT of dhscutt jie tin tcjtuies of the armj Wn-ihluton D c Inn.