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EL PASO HERALD
Week-End Edition, February 13-14, 1913 3-A GERINIIN BOIAfBi Kaiser's Forces Shell Nieu- y port; Berlin Celebrates , Prussian victory. (ConUaged Frwn rate One). 'i k London are that it la still a see "w .iffgtir with both aides sustaining tn urinous losses. Further south the .Brians contend that they are con tinuing their advance into Bukowlna. .iilitary experts In London are of the sinun that the Carpathian front still mains an area of prime importance n th' east. Bomb Damage Slight. Thf. official statement issued today ' the Gwmih army headquarters at T-lin says: ' In the w. 'stern theater of war '"nomv aviators Friday again dropped ' mnbi on the coast. The bombs caused trt ttahle daniage to the civil popu lation, while from the military point of ifw tie suffered only slight losses. On the extreme western front, ar 'IUtv ammunition wa fanml which doubtless originated in American fac- I Tone Jtuxllan Opposition Ilrnken. "in th" eastern theater of the war n both sides of the east Prussian frontier our operations are everywhere .'lOgiessina- successfully. Wherever IIICII10) mmmmmmmm4 m . A.clsssssssssssViK sYBRsssTssssssssKTn lam KM.' : lii i If v iil 13 If yjll ' M . iv .-'$ roop i i i y I V f t xms Try easv way to heal your sj&m wim Resinol the enemy attempts to resist us, his opposition Is quickly broken. 'In Poland On the right bank of the Vistula our attacking troops crossed the lower Skrwa and are proceeding In the direction of Raelouc. "On the left bank of the Vistula there is nothing of Importance to report." Germans llomgnril Xieupnrt. The French war office at Paris this afternoon issued a report on the prog ress of the lighting which says: "From the sea to the Lys the Ger mans Friday bombarded Nleuport and the country of the dunes. Their artil lery fired on Ypres during the night of Feb. 11-12 and' on our positions to the east of Tores during the day of Feb. 12. Our artillery replied to this -fire effec tively. llorali Fall on Verdun. "Some 16 aviators have flown ovet the region Of Verdun. The bombs thrown by them did no damage. During the night of Feb. 11-12 there were two German attacks on our trenches and in the forest of Caures, to the north of Verdun, which were repulsed. "In Lorraine the German attack on our positions at Arracourt. mentioned In our report of last night, was led by-one company, while at the same time another German company endeavored with no sreatcr success to occupy our position at Itenzey." JAPAN, DISSATISFIED, BREAKS OFF PARLEYS WITH CHINA Pekin, China. Feb. IS The confer ences which hare been In progress be tween diplomatic representatives of China and Japan concerning future po litical conditions, were terminated Fri day by the Japanese minister, Eki Hiokl, who informed the Chinese minister, Lu Cheng-Hsiang. that Japan was not al together satisfied with China's attitude. However, the Chinese government In structed its minister' at Tokio to con sult with baron Kato, Japanese foreign minister, with a. view to composing the differences, if possible. It is stated that the Chinese foreign minister recognized the right of Japan to make proposals concerning Man churia and Shantung, but was Inclined to differ with Japan in regard to the matters at issue which affect other provinces. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA FREE POLAND, REPORT STATES Pctrograd, Ilussia, Feb. IS. Germany and Austria have declared the indepen dence of Poland, to beoome effective Kebruarv 14, according to apparently . .. . ....... ,klK. 1.....A T. Id j auineniic uvkbh leuEuuiti & I Mid a convention will be held at Cra cow, Galicia, for the purpose of choos ing a king for Poland. Archduke Karl Stephen, of Austria, is mentioned as a candidate. Germany has yielded German Silesia to the proposed kingdom. Pending the holding of the convention the tempo rary government is headed by Ignati Oaschinsky, Socialist member of the Austrian reichstag. O.MS KILLED, TWO 1XJUIIKD 1VURN SHIP IS DAMAGED Scarborough, Eng- Feb. 1J. The new cargo steamer Torquay of Dart mouth, was towed into Scarborough barber Friday JiUht in a sinking con dition, after either striking a mine or having been torpedoed, eight miles east of this port. The damage sus tained by the steamer was amidships, one boiler having been penetrated. One man was killed and two were injured. K IT If you are suffering from eczema, ringworm or similar itching, red, unsightly skin affection, bathe the sore places with Resinol Soap and hot water, then gently apply a little Resinol Ointment. You will be astonished how instantly the itching stops and healing begins. In most cases the sick skin quickly becomes clear and healthy again, at very little cost. Rerfnal Olsjnit lata milf colored that Ucsnbe&SStUl the kz, buds or otbtr espoM nfitee wiaV out attracting undse ittestkm. Serine! Ointment and Rssiaol Soap alia clear awar pimolw, blackhead, and dandruff. Sold by all drutsiats : for trial free, write to Resinol, Dept. 29-S, Baltimore, MA Letters to The Herald. (All communications must bear the signature of th3 writer, but the name will be withheld if requested.) GHJDMEL TODAY, SICK TDMOR I Dose of nasty calomel makes you sick and you lose a day's work. Calomel salivates: It's mercury. Calomel acts like dynamite on a slug jjish liver. When calomel comes into contact with sour bile it crashes into it, causing cramping and nausea. If ou feel bilious, headachy, consti pated and all knocked out. Just go to our druggist and get a SO cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which is a harmless vegetable substitute - for iar,t,erous calomel. Take a spoonful nnd if it doesn't start your liver and tru!ghten you up better and quicker ilian nabty calomel and without malc .1 g jon sick, you just go back and get a our money. If ou take calomel today you'll be sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides, it may salivate you, while if you take TJodsun's Liver Tone you will wake up feeling great, full of ambition and iendv for work or play. It's harmless, pleasant and safe to give children; he like it Advertisement. LETTER FItOSI C. M. YOUNOIIEIIC. El Paso, Feb 12. Editor El Paso Herald: la Thursday'! paper judge Jackson Is reported as sajrlas In a speech that the Alta Vlst school was built in violation of the eight hour law.. I was th contractor that Milt that school, sad UUi stafcrmeot dose sse a. gnat laJnMtbc, sad is ait to injure my boslness. f always observe the law, and never knowlnty violate It. When I obtained the contract for that school I did not know that such a law ex isted, and I did not take Into consideration that law In making the contract, as I wag ignorant of its existence. However, on June 27th. 112. I received a letter from Joseyh II. Ivsafon, who was then district attorney. In which he. Informed me that complaint had been mad that I was violating the law and telhlHC me what the penalties were. Me said in his latter that he supposed it the charge agsmet me was true I hstd acted in Ignorance of the act. which was not pub lished in the published acts of the legisla ture, owing to the fact that the governor h-ul attempted to veto It. but that the veto was filed too late. Before receiving the district attorney's letter, the skilled mechanics were working only eight hours and the unskilled laboreis nine hoars. After I received that letter none of the mechanics or laborers, skilled or un skilled, worked more than eight hours a day. As you have published the charge made against me, I ask in Justice to me that you publish this letter. The following Is the letter that I received from the district at torney which sntnis my innocence In the matter: "June S7. 1912. 'PAMnlalfit ! kaan kailjs, tA trtlal ittfitA that if building the East Ki'Paso school j houaeyou are requiring men to work rr.cie than eight hoars a day in violation of an act of the legislature passed at th last regular session which provides that here the law Is summarized I therefore writ; you this, supposing that If the charge It. true, you nave acted in ignorance 01 .nis act, which was not published with the regu lar acts of the legislature last summer, ow ing to the fact that the governor attempted to veto the act Mis veto was filed too late and the art Is now in full fore nn4 effect. To such parsons as are reported to be violating the lav I am sending a lelf.r of warning, so that they may desist. "Jos. M, Nealon, District Attorney. "P. 8. Kindly commanieate the contents of this letter to your superintendent, all contractors add foremen engaged In this work." Please publish this In order that I may stand right before the community. c i loungwrsj. afc ". tfnilial showing of new wodlen for Spring 1915, City Vatlonal Bank BaiMiac. ' "" " V : ' I Clothes Made in El Paso. ETO LIUH ElFasoMooseWillMakeAp pearance Mar. 10; Masons Have Many Meetings. . "The El Paso Moose," a magazine of ' lOo pages, villi make its appearance On March 10, Oscar L. Bowen, dictator oi El Paso lodge No. 626, Loyal Order of Moose, has announced. The purpose of the magazine, which will be issued monthly, will tie principally to conduct a campaign to secure for EI Paso the I50V.000 tuberculosis sanitarium to be built somewhere in the west by the Moose. It will also contain matter of Interest to Moosedpm and general read ing matter and stories. Among the more prominent Moose Who will con tribute are Elbert Hubbard and J. J. Davis, director general of the order. The local lodge is planning a big meeting for March 5, or near that date, when a class of 50 candidates will be initiated. ' The annual election of officers for Mount Franklin Lodge of Perfection, Ho. 8, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Masonry, was held Monday night in the Scottish Rite hall, 420 .San Antonio street. The lnstalation of the ntwly elected officers followed im mediately, after Which a lunch was served. The1 regular meeting of Oasis chap ter. Knights Rose Croix, No. 5; Rio Grande council No. 3, Knights Kadosh, and El Paso conaistory, No. 3, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of .Free masonry, will be held Monday night at the Scottish Rite hall. Only routine business matters will be oonsidered. Knights Templar Instnl. The lnstalation of the recently elect ed officers bf El Paso commander-. No. 18, Knights Templar, occurred Monday night at the Masonic temple. At this meeting It was decided to carry oil a series of drills to perfect the member ship in this branch of the work of the commandery. Preparations are under way for the visit next Wednesday of T. C. Yantis, grand warder of the grand encamp ment of Texas, Knights Templar. Ir. Yantis, who resides at Brownwood, is to be in El Paso to inspect the com mandery and will meet with the com mandery Wednesday night at 8 oclock. A social session following the inspec tion may be arranged. A called communication Of El Paso lodge. No. 130, Ancient Free and Ac cepted Masons, was held Friday night, when the third degree was conferred upon a candidate. Another called com munication will be held Monday night for work in the first degree. State Elkn Here. E. IL Perry of Plainview, Tex., dis trict deputy for the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, and also pres ident of the state Elks' association, and .U B. Henderson of Plainview, a mem ber of the executive committee of the state association, were visitors to El Paso lodge -No. 187, Tuesday. The visit of Mr. Perry was to make his annual Inspection. The inspection was made Tuesday night. When there was a large meetlng'of the lodge. At noon on that day Mr. Perry and Mr. Henderson were entertained with a dinner at Hotel Paso del Norte. V. R. Stiles, exalted ruler; Clyde Holmes, past exalted ruler; jur. G. IL Higgins, Euwtrd Kneezell, past exalted ruler, Roy X. Barnum, loal knight, and J. E. Anderson, secretary, represented the local lodge at the ban quet. Knights of Colunibnu Entcrtnln. El Paso council, -o. 38, Knights of Columbus,' entertained with a smoker Saturday night in honor of W. J. H.9 rtartr. special wiBemnao agant of tM national organisation, . The affair took place in tne Knignis oi uoiummu noiue. at 800 Myrtle aenue, and was largely attended. Mr. Moriarty delivered an address about the order. Weekly meetings, beginning with the meeting last Thursday night, will bo held. This is in preparation for the large meet ing to be held March It for the initia tion of a class of some SO candidates. Preparations are well advanced tor a social session of Tornillo camp No. t2. Woodmen of the World, to be held on Washington's Birthday, Feb. ft. At this session a musical program will bo given, and all oodmen of the city, as well as members of the circle, the woman's auxiliary, will be invited. The affair will be held in the Eagle's hall in the Mundy buiMlng, the regular meeting place of the'lodge. 3-0 Applications to Kagles. The Indications are that there will be an exceptionally large class of can didates for the initiatory Work to be conducted by El Paao aerie, No. 73, Fraternal Order of Eagles, to be hela at the hall in the Mundy building on the nigltt of Feb. SI. The campaign for new members being; conducted uW der a special dispensation is resulting in the securing of a large number of applications. At the regular meeting Wednesday night it Was reported that 3W 'applications had been secured. It is hoped to increase the membership fully tod before March 1. At the regular meeting of El Paso lodge No. M, Knights of Pythias, held Thursday night, the ran of knight was conferred upon Leland V. Gardiner and Thornton Hardie. On next Thursday night the rank of esquire will bo con ferred upon A. W. McLean. Dig- Maccnbec Coming. Deputy W. C. Henson, of the Knights of Maccabees, is expected in El Paso soon to wrjrk with the members of iJl Paso tent. No. 110, in building up the order In this city. Mr. Henson has Just attained good results In reorgan ising the tent at Big Spring and he will devote considerable time to the lo cal tent At Thursday night's meeting of El Paso tent, one new member was Installed and several applications were acted dpon favorably. The "Ladies of te Maccabees" gave a dance Friday night at the Knights of Columbus hall, J , English Mariner Dies at 108; Was 50 Years on Seas London, Eng., Feb. 13. Captr David Jackson, 108 years old. Who just died of heart failure at his home in Tooting, was, for nsArty 60 years a master mariner on ships between England and America. He made his, first trip as a caWn boy In 1817. ' Ctfpt. Jackson received a letter of congratulation from the king ore his lMth birthday anniversary, and a similar letter each year since. One of the old man's boasts was that only once had he been aboard a steamship, all his other voyages having been made in the days of sailing vessels. PUBLICITY BUREAU TO GET ADDITIONAL FUNDS FORWORK An addition of $500 was recommend ed to be added to the joint publicity bureau fund of the chamber of com merce Saturday by the advertising com mittee to aid in carrying on the work of the bureau. It was also decided by the commit tee to buy 50 more of the leather cov ers for the El Paso booklets to be placed in passenger offices and on trains in the east. The plan of rat Ing a billboard at the nniot station showing the Elephant Butte dan will be Investigated. The offer of the Orpheum Theater company to take moving pictures ot the dam to show in the cast' was de clined because o fthe expense. The proposal of Foster cl Reynolds to dis tribute literature of Jl Paso In the east was also declined. The members of the committee pres ent were H S Beach, H. D Slater and II. R. McClmtoik. -AT THE "POPULAR". The Third Week of February Ushers in a Representative Display of Ne'w Spring Apparel and Accessories in a Brilliant Assemblage Any vogue uncertainty as to the best of any style will be quickly dispelled in this showing depicting fashions from the world's acknowledged sources for exclusiveness in styles. n f t-,,i, -ci.Nri'nrvc! Tliaf Wnnwii "Will T?.a.vf About, 1 XNCUtt. J.' .LA-Ulgo au " """-.". ..-." All of wliidi are dainty ana aeiigiuiui, ana maKe quite an huuhuucui, for the new spring suits und dresses, HEW COLLARETTES, in Organdie Malme, Net and Lace, PA in many wonderful styles, IiigH and eroi-closed, 25c and. . . . JVy BEAUTIFUL NET AND LACE GUIMPES, finished with the many cleer variations of military and roll (tl tZfi collars, 50c to " EMBROIDERED ORGANDIE SETS Lace, and embroidered .vestees, 50c and upward and a wonderful selection of new rufflings, in black, ecru and white, offering many new styles in Net, Maline, Organdie aiul lnce. inebe aro wueu ui uunuvu, u..u .. o.... ... - able for all purposes. J Trie New Spring Suits Are Ready In sizes to fit the very large, the short and stout, the medium, and the usually '-Hard-to-Fit" Misses and the selections broadly emphasize "Pop ular" supremacy. Garments that are distinguished by every regal attrib ute of masterful wofknianship and custom tailoring, expressing the authoritative-accepted modes. Shepherd cheeks, Vigoreaus, Gabardines, Poplins, Serges and others. Coals effectively fashioned in stunning ways, with cluster side pleats, Ripples and Military touches. Skirts flaring from hip to hem or full pleated models. Moderately priced . $10.00, $15.00, $19.50, $25.00 UPWABD Sizes range from 1C, 17, 18, 32 up to 44. Charming Spring Dresses of Wool and Silk Featuring copies of all the new Choruit Models, and the reviving of the second empire the last word in styjes for the spring of 1915. Wonder fully beautiful dresses of chiffon taffetas in checks and plain shades; Crepe de Chine in neutral shades, new blues and black, Silk Faille, Silk Poplin, Charmeu9e a gorgeous assemblage, picturing all the dainty touches, the Bolero effects, the waistline flare and the empire effects, so fascinating in the charming bodices. Beautiful woolen dresses, author itative modes, dispersed through this showing moderately priced $10.00, $15.00, $19.50, $25o00 UPWARD A "Gossard" Corset Should Be First The proper foundation for your suit or frock must be given the attention it deserves and one way to be assured of the absolute correctness of the silhouette is to be fitted with a "Gossard" Front Lacing Corset $2.00 Upward The new Spring models are ready for your fitting and we would be pleased to have you stop in and let us demonstrate to you. Mme. Lyra American Lady, Regis and other well known corsets are also offered in all the new, Spring models a corset for every figure nd a price for every purse. New Dresses and Millinery Specially Designed For Girls Who Are Growing With the advent of Spring comes bright-fresh wearables for girl3 of 4 to 16 years and even here the military touches are noted, following closely the methods adopted in bringing out dresses for women that is, the girls dresses are simply trimmed with braid effects, piping and tabs. Fancy buttons are also, much used. Belgian and Dutch styles are equally favored with the Russian and Zouave effects. This brilliant assemblage of wash dresses includes linens, Voiles, Challics, Linenes, Madras, fabrics and Ginghams. A new model is the "Bloomer" dress, in brown linen, , made with knee length bloomers and detachable skirt. These girls ; dresse are exceptional values at 95c, $1".45, $1.95, $2.45 and up TOQUES, POKES AND SAILORS FOR GIRLS are here in a brilliant as semblage of the newest styles showing many style features that arc new and eliarming. Trimmings are not as scant as those for women, and in some instances they are quite elaborate. Childish simplicity is the key note throughout. These are very moderately priced 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 TO ONE SEEKING A ChAPEAUX OF ARISTOCRATIC CASTE, VOGUE HATS WILL MAKEA BULLETSPEED APPEAL FRESHLY PERFECTED SPRING MODELS. , TAILORED FROM LUXURIANT MATERIALS. AWAIT SELECTION. . . ONLY ONE POSSESSING ARTISTIC TALENT, TO THE EXTREMEST DEGREE COULD' HAVE SO SUCCESSFULLY DESrGNED THESE FASCINATING AFFAIRS. THEY HAVE THE , SIMPLICITY OF THE TRULY GREAT PLUS THE SMART "TOUCH." MONDAY THERE WILL BE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OFFERED AT $3.95, 5.00, $7.50 and $10.00 AND UP The New Bags and Head Dress Novelties These laBt few days have brought many new things to be worn both for the street and for social occasions. Among these are: THE NEW "DIANA" BANDEAU is quite the rage in eastern society, it is entirely new. and dates its revival from the glorious days of ancient Athens. Fashioned of two separated narrow velvet bands, with metallic roaes at intervals, with large adornment just above the .left ear. Thia baathwut i wde tffwar iw the $;r OC -forehead shurtiag. Priced PA&0 UP NEW HAIR 0RNA31ENTS AND COMBS i th "Sana W aad "Gaby Dcslrs"' combs, the "Xordiea" pins and downs of otker novel effects in French Ivory, Shell and Amber, with cloisonne enamel and beautiful Rhine stone C f settings -. OWC UPWARD NEW BAGS, in Malayan Goat, Pin Xorroeco and Pin Seal, d ef in clever styles that are entirely new, $3.00 to vOtUU Visit Our Tailoring Department in charge of Mi Lazeres, who will give his personal attention to planning and choosing your Suit. v Second Floor 5y 1SP - P Our Mail Order Department brings the largest stocks of new spring merchandise in the South west to your very door through the Parcels Post. cararra ot me head maun nears TU I for causinq iLaead acnes. Vfr VI Ti n airricuit reamiua xnruok me nose. Lues smarted a mrlamed. an v 1 decided w inj PERUNA- TV... 1 . ' 11 iim measea Jl i pieasea to sail max six we elks it aas driVeu the caxarrK out a'mij sisiera and I liavfe not been troub led sine. yfe-7. 'J&y c3 MANHATTAN ST. v ROCHESTER .N.Y. Homes vs. Gambling Hells Mayor Kelly is the Mayor of the Home-Owners. He has protected the home by sup pressing the gambling hell. He has employed special of ficers when necessary to do so. He has protected homes with his fire and police de partments the health department has protected the home against the ravages of disease. The gambler, the vendor of adulterated food, the sell er of watered milk and tubercular milk are fight ing Kelly and his associates. Where do you stand? TICKET For Mnyor C K. KBLI.V S For Aldermea PHASIC B. SIMMONS W. C. (CAItTKIt) WHITE I1BJT LEVY V WAITHR. S. CXAYTOX v For Asscusor nnd Collector DAVE SU1.I.IV.VA- For Treasarer J.AMAIt DAVIS For Corporation Jmlce UAI.LAIID COI.DWEI.L For CItr Democratic Committee Chairman TOM XEW3IAX Mcxn tiers A. M. JAJIISS job tvmairr OAJfUTQ GAMPA 3IAB.TIN SWBBNEV Advertisement. AAWWWWVWVvvwwv Sporting Goods and Saddles The most complete line in El Paso. Reasonable prices Highest quality. Shelton-Payne Arms Co.