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Friday, February 19, 1915 EL PASO HERAXD CHURCH NQR II SUITS TONIGHT WOMAN GOUL! NOT SIT UP B- , S, Now Does Her Own Work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound Helped Her. I ronton, Ohio." I am enjoying bet ter health now than I have for twelve years. When I be gan to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound I coul not sit up. I had female troubles and was very ner vous. I used the remedies a year and I can do my work and for the last eight months 'i have worked for other women, too. I cannot praise Lydia E. Pmkham 's Vegetable Compound enough for I know I never would have been as well if I had not taken it and I recom mend it to suffering women." Daughter Helped Also. "I gave it to my daughter when she was thirteen years old. She was in school and was a nervous wreck, and could not sleep nights. Now she looks eo bealthv that even tlw rtnrtn-r auat. fit You can publish this letter if you ,hke. ' 'Mrs. Ekna BOWXAN, 161 S. 10th Street, Ironton, Ohio. Why will women continue to suffer day in and day out and drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of the joy of living, when they ,can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound-will help you.writo jto LydiaE.Pinkhaiu Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Massif or ad pee. Your letter will ho opened, tread and answered hy a woman (and held In strict confidence. PresbyterialTeam Will Con duct Meetings at West minster Presbyterian. A "team" of men of El Paso Presby tery will conduct an efficiency normal In WBtminster Presbyterian church fpr th benefit of the Christian workers of the congregation and the city, begin ning thi3 evening at 7:40 oelock and closing Sunday e ening All of the meet ings will be open to the public. Fridav evening the topic to be dis cussed by various speakers will be "Foreign Missions." Rev. W. X. Down ing will deluer an address on "World Missions " Rev. C R. Womeldorf will cnfinlr nr "SnTni nt Our Own Fields." I Re H W. Lou ry will tell of the "For I eign Fieldt of the U S. A. Church," and Rev Ralph Hall, a home missionary from the Plains, will speak on "My Home Mission Field " There will be a solo, "O Rest in the Lord," by Men dt lssohn Saturday evening will be given to the ducussion of "Education." Prof. R. R .Tones, of this city, will preside. The first address of the evening will be ' Secular Education From a Christian Viewpoint," by Rev. W. L. Downing. Re H W I)wry will speak on "Chris tian Education," and Rev. John E. Ab bott, pastor of Westminster Presbyte rian church, will close the program with an address on '"Our Own Institu tions " Miss Rosa T. Neale w ill sing a solo, selected Sundav morning, at the 11 oelock ser vice, Rci W. U Downing will make a Donular nresentation of Presbyterian doctrines in an address on "Presbyte rian Fundamentals." Sunday afternoon at 3 oelock "Chris tian Stewardship" will be discussed, with special emphasis given to the ev ery member canvass plan of financing the enterprise of the church The SDeakers will be Dr. W. D. Black. Rev. H. W Lowry. D. D., and Bradford Har die The male quartet will sing at this service. Sunday evening at 7 30 oelock there will be two addresses, one on "Home Missions," by Kev. W. I4. Downing, and another on "Evangelism," by Rev H W. Lowry, D D. r There will be special music at the Sunday services. ATTEMPTS TO ESCAPE GALLOWS; IS KILLED Ottawa, Canada, Feb 11 Romulo Caesari, sentenced to be 'hanged at White Horse. Tukon territory, Thurs day for murder, attempted to escape and was shot and killed by a constable of the'Northwest mounted police When Caesari made his fatal dash for liberty, a sheriff was on his way to the prison with a telegram from the Canadian minister of Justice directing that the execution be not carried out. since Caesari was considered insane at the time the murder was committed. Avoid Winter Colds Serious complications often result from neglected colds at this season of the year. Grip and Pneumonia are prevalent for your own good " Be Careful. Take remain IB IN SESSION Government Officials Dis cussing Matters of Inter est to the Southwest. Triday morning the first annual con ference of operation and maintenance officials of the United States reclama tion service to be held in EI Paso was opened at the chamber of commerce. The meetings have been held at Phoenix, Ariz in the past EI Paso will get at loast one meeting a year hereafter. The officials attending the present conference have all come from Phoenix, where a conference was held early this week. chiefly with an interchange of ideas ;&""& "iaiB, umuuenance ana con struction. The Elephant Butte, Carls bad, Yuma, and Salt River projects are represented and problems confronting various officials on each of the projects were brought up for general discussion. Public Is Invited. The public, especially the members of the Water Users' association and val ley farmers, are invited to attend the oaiuruay sessions, n men will DesMn at 10 oelock in the morning. Subjects of general interest to farmers and water users, such as markets for crops, loans for livestock feeding, farmers' cooper ative organizations and general talks on irrigated farming, will be discussed at the Saturday meetings. Publicity, resulting in taking the water user, who Anally .pays the bills,, into the complete confidence of the reclamation service, has worked won edrs In the last few years, according to I. D. O'Donnell, supervisor of Irri gation, who is one of those attending uutr meetings. AH Hard Peeling In Gone. "The old hard feelings between the water users and the service has com pletely died out." he said. "The service Wants the water user to know every thing about the business and it is going out of its way to see that he gets the facta. Monthly statements of costs are now furnished and water users can get prompt information on any facts thev Wish. From the first the water users have joined with the service and there iS nOW a snlAnritrl Kntclf nf innAM. The water users will take over the projects after they are completed and the more they know, about them the better they will be able to handle them ' when they come into control With the monthly statements, numerous 'get to- 6"'"i iuobuuks ana a general policv of publicity regarding all work that is being done, thg Service is working to bring about close and 'harmonious rela tions between itself and the water users." ALBUQUERQUE WIRES FOR 1 CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS I Requests for reservations have been received rrom the Albuquerque delega tion to the Panhandle and Southwestern , Cattlemen's association convention are being recived by secretary A. W. Keewes 01 the chamber of cpmmerce and the New Mexico delegation will have its headquarters at one of the leading ho tela The slogan of the Albuquerque dele gation, the letter of request to Mr. Reeves declares, is: "100 more for the Boosters special to El Paso." The Albu querque delegation is coming to El Paso for the convention in Ma,rch to land the next meeting of the assoeiation and the Santa Fe and other New Mexico cattlemen will assist them In jrettlnp- I the 191G meeting. I Meetings are being held nightly by the Albuquerque Commercial club- and by the special excursion committees. I The recruiting committee includes Col. D K B Sellers. John Bevan, D. A. Mac- I Pherson, H. S. Lithgrow, T. S. Mitchell, I C. G. Ackerman and secretary Tom 1 Egan, of the Commercial club. A committee is to be sent to El Paso 1 several days before the convention and will arrange for the coming of the special train delegation. Gov. W C! Ale. Donald has been invited to accompany the Albuquerque delegation to El Paso. I'FA SCHMIDT IS AGAIX ACQUITTED) OP MURDER Quincy, 111, Feb. 18 Ray Pfan schmid today was found not guilty of the murder of Miss Emma Kaempen'by a jury at Princeton, Til The verdict marked the close of Pfanschmtdt's mira trial in connection with the death of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles jfianschmtdt; his sister, Blanche Pfan schmldt, and Miss Kaempen, a school teacher, who " were found, murdered Sept. 29, 1912 In the previous trials Pfanschmidt was once found guilty and once ac quitted. C. K. BIIWIX RESIGS PROM XORD AND THOMIS. C. R. Erwin has resigned from the presidency of Lord & Thomas, adver tising agency, and hus been elected president of the firm of Erwin, Wasey & Jefferson Mr Erwin has been with Lord & Thomas for 30 years, and since the death of A. L. Thomas eight years ago has been president of that concern Perhaps no advertising man in America is better known as a handler of large and Successful advertising campaigns than Is Mr. Erwin Advertisement. , ROOM RESERVATIONS HAEVY FOR CATTLEMEN'S MEETING With the Panhandle and Southwest ern Cattlemen's convention and the heavyweight fight at Juarez, hotel accommodation in El Paso will be taxed during the first week in Marcn The majority of the local hotels have been taking reservations since the first of the year and now report that they will be unable to take anj further reservations as every room has been arranged for. Other hotels have steadfastly reiuseu to make any reservations in advance and it will be a case of "first come, flrst served" with them. They look for a real rush to start about a week from tomorrow. Arrnagements have been made with private' rooming houses, family hotels, and apartment houses, to take care of several hundred visitors and hotel men state that while things will be a bit crowded, they will take good care of every visitor. The local restaurant men are also looking ahead to busy times and so"ie of them are already making extensions of their establishments so that the many visitors will be taken care of while in El Paso. TRIAL OF PATROLMAN WHO I KILLED NEGRO IS STARTED The examining trial of policeman Ivy Finley. charged with the murder of David Jones, alias Richard Grayson, the negro who shot and killed patrolman Gus Chitwood Saturday night, was be gun before justice J J Murphy Thurs day afternoon and continued this after noon Policeman R E Edwards and Ellen Jones, wife of the dead negro, were the only witnesses extmined Officer Ed wards testified to the killing of the negro, which occurred in a room at the police station. The shooting 'occurred. forward from his chair and grabbed his I (Edwards's) pistol Both were Strug- , gling for the pistol when officer Finley filed, killing the negro almost in stantly ' The negro's wife stated that her hus band's real name was David Jones She admitted that he had trouble with the police and shot an officer in Okmulgee, Okla. , Don't Neglect Toor neighbor knows that clean coal I and full weierhts mean luel economy do you' R C Semple, successor South- I western Kual Co . Dhone 531 Ad Troubles bmtm h. KwoQeB flrlaaife -.nd inflamed raeffiferanesoftea affect other tissues aad impair their healthy action. SCOTFS EMULSION affords m-Kit relief because its cod liver 60. is speedily con vertedinto gfena-resisting tiesne the riTCerine is curative and healing, while the combined emul sion strengthens the lungs to avert lung trouble. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES and U45 InSIST onatuiu I DTOLItSal I uitniafl pnuRt I Washing Won't Rid Head of Dandruff CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO CONSIDER FAIR EXCURSION Action reeardlncr the nrnnnwii "VA Paso Exposition Special" was referred to tne directors or the chamber of com merce at a meeting of the excursion Figures on the cost, duration and accommldations of the excursion were submitted to the committee by Frank j-uiiuiim, wno win manage tne excur sion. & He will prepare a full report and the directors will then take action as to nucuwf me cimmoer 01 commerce will assist In the preliminary financing, which, if done, will be paid back when the excursion In nMrani,ai1 Members of the committee expressed lUioiYL-" -i.r:r.""'iK. ua Man 1 E,-"c""- oruwmeni ior tne city Those present at the meeting were. fir H'S r' -"""ry iieacn, a. B I ISeff. W. G. Rn Print T.l, j Andrew Reeves. Duffy's Purs Malt Whiskey itii its temperate dosage of a tablespoonful in an equal amount of water be fore meals and on retiring it will stimulate the mucous surfaces and little glands of te stomach to healthy action, thereby improving the digestion and assimila tion of the food, thus giving the system health and strength to throw off grip nd pneumonia breeding germg. Dr Chicago,- 111., wrote us: "Permit me the pleasure of telling you that your Malt TVhiskey is invaluable for any wasting diseases where a tonic and food is needed. Have had special success with it in the late epidemic of la Grippe, where It did yeoman service." ' Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has served profession and laity faithfully for store titan fifty years. Is it not reasonable to suppose that it is all that is claimed for it? Protect yourself Ray a bottle at onee. Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of imitations DAILY RECORD NOTE Get Duffy from your local druggist, grocer or dealer, S1.00 xer bottle. M he cannot sup ply yen, -write us, Tre -will tell you where to set it. Medical booklet free. The Duffy Kalt 'Whiskey Co, Rochester, N. T. GET IT AT MclOCKLE'S BREAD 4c PIES 4c Hose Drexed Hens, Fresh and Fat, pound, only 19c ShoaJder Beef Roast, best, per pound, only He Rib Roast RoMed, beri per pound, only .18c Spuds. I21bs 25 Bulk Starch, lb 5$ 2 cans Tall Milk...'.....;15d Onions, 8 lbs 25& Cabbage. 10 8s..v 25 Beef Stew. 3 lbs. for 25d Round Steak 16 Loin Steak 18 T-Bone Steak, lb 17j rone uiops, lb I6p 4 cans Corn .32 Mutton Chops, lb 15 Lava Soap, IQc size: 2 bars. 15 Pure Hog Lard, only, lb 15 Saucr Kraut (Hdnze) lb. 5 Butter, lb 33f) Guaranteed Fresh Eggs, best, dozen 29 Yellow Soap, bar 3 Broken Rice, 6 lbs. for 25 Dried Peaches, new stock, lb. 10 Prunes. 50-60, new stock, lb. 11 Dried Apricots, new stock, lb 14p Can Tomatoes. 2 for 15 Lemons, doz large ones. . .18 NO DELIVERY DO NOT GIVE SAVES YOU MONEY STAMPS Rib Roast, standing, only. lb. i.56 Morris & Co. Hams, lb 18 Oysters, pint, fresh 2 Shoulder Steak, best. 2 lbs. .25 Home Made Sausage, 2 lbs. 25 Hamburger Steak, 2 lbs. . . .25 Swift Premium Hams, lb. .192 10 lbs. Snowdrift, only. . .$1.15 10 lbs. Cottolene, only... 1.30 Fresh Sliced Liver, lb 15 Narrow Bacon, lb 23 DO NOT TAKE 600 San Antonio St CHECKS MCMICKLE'S Phone 6190 You Can Always Do Better at McMickle's, t Dr. H. A. MAGRUDKR Graduate Inlrclli... ir, r-i. .c- ft . ., --,,. vvii5W M.UV0 III DR. H. A. MAGRUDER DBXTI5T iwimcM-AK Anyone Union Clothing rn. tt,t....,. n- Ttntl.1t..-. -n i. ,,.7. J Merrl, to change the front at JOt Mill street; estimated cost Sloe , .J" . V. Ferguson, to build a frame Whf?, at S4U -Mndiey street, estimated To Perry-KIrkpatlck, to build a garage and apartment house, cerner Chihuahua and nan Antonio street. esU-nated cost 30 080 Deeds MJcd. ' ' South of Keltner avenae. between Robert- fnd A- O. McMath to I-antlla Fraaer. lots 1 . jill, "'""". uoc. . Hollywood Heights addition; conatderation Jl08; Feb. 1, 115. - -o "j "." om reei, between franklin and Missouri streets Joseph E. -rr " " w juim a tiyer ana 3. c tIl. lot" 15 na " Wo "I. Camp bell addition; consideration SSI.eao, Feb. 15, Automobiles licensed. J1S7 Federlco Ayols, Juarez, Hex., seven passenger Chalmers-Detroit. 3lKJtR -T fltavuM. 1949 -E.-. a . . street. fle passenger Ford. i-jobh r. iiameon, M7S San sUrcial: live passenger Overland. 3190 W. B. Lewis, 300 block on Oxford street; rive passenger Ford. 31S1 C. W. Tucker. 407 Myrtle avenue: seven passenger Oakland. Walter P. Walat to Hazel SJarche. Births Male. To Mrs. Ormerod H. Palm, J617 Montana street; Jan. s. To Mrs. Catarlno Ontlveras, 814 14 Zara gosa alley; Feb. 11 To Mrs. Krmojeldo Duarto, 111 South Campbell street; Feb. Is. J. TV. EVEIUrAX MAY BE PRESIDENT OF TTIE T. X. P. Dallas papers are conducting a cam- naltm for th nrntnntlnn e T iir nan. formerly general superintendent' i me j.ciao oc x-acuic, to oe president of this road when president E. F. Kear ney poes to the Wabash railroad as president Mr. Bverman is now general manager of the Cotton Belt line and movements have been started in Dallas, Fort Worth and other east Texas cities among the business men to have Mr Everman named to head the T. & P. or ganization. Mr. Overman is well known In El Paso, having been a frequent visitor here when making inspection trips over the Rio Grande division of the T. & P. TWO SSIALTj FirtES BUTtN Tvrrim- noun Thursday TTlA fir A rTonoHmant vasnAn.j two alarms In less than an hour Thurs- unj illlttrnoon. Thf first rail inmt o I 5K ?,.nM 01, North Florence street, where the wall Daner covprtner a fins fn th,, vn.. cupied by Mrs. T. A. Barbee caught fire I from the chimney. The paper around the flue burned, but no other damage The second fire occurred at 1022 Ma goffin street Gasoline in a pan under a gasoline stove caught fire. No dam age resulted. The house is occupied by Mrs. F. D. Baird. WTMBOItXE IS IRELAND'S T,()11D LIEUTENANT NOW Dublin, Ireland, Feb. 19. Baron "Wlmborne was sworn in today as lord lieutenant of Ireland ftt a meeting of - the privy council held in Dublin castle. Baron Wlmborne suoceeds lord Aber deen, who has held the post of lord lieutenant for the past nine months. STEAL SAFEt NOTHING IN IT. Washington. D. C, Feb. 19 The Jntllfannvtlla u-v.. .. n i c - -".... jMificDo ut uie acauuiira AlrLIne railway was boarjed Thursday night at Alexandria, Va., by two rob bers who, after binding and gagging the express messenger, rolled the safe off the train at Franconia. three miles beyond, and escaped. Express company officials here said there was nothing in the safe. J Your neighbor knovrs that clean coal and full weights mean fuel economy ' Do you' R. C Semple, successor Soutli v.estern Tuel Co, phone 031 Ad. The only sure way to get rid of dand ruff is to dissolve it then you destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply it at night when retiring: use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. Do this tonight, and by morning moat if not all of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dissolve and entirely destroj, every single sign and trace of it, no matter how much dandruff jou may have Yon will finfl, too. that all Itching and digging of the scalp will stop at once, and your hair will be fluffy, lus trous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and feel a hundred times better. . You can get liquid arvon at any drug store It is Inexpensive and never fails to do the work Advertisement I flour Special This Week' 1 ! 18 C24 lbSsacknqU:e. . . .$1.00 II 48 ft sack $2.00 H J Diamond M. Flour 24 lb sack .$1.10 48 ft sack $2.10 Fresh Texas ggs, per dozen 30c Rose Brand Butter, per lb 30c Pink Salmon, tall can , 10c Extra Standard Tomatoes, 2 lb cans, 2 for J. .... 15c Extra Standard Sweet Corn, 2 lb cans, 3 for .-.25c Lion Grocery Co. 109-111 S. Stanton. Phones 2405 and 2424. atssssW B I If You are Carrying Accident and Health Insurance I HI saVi . . rf35 9 si a ax. a 19 ir o B 1 1 wow-r are niennpiaiiiig uuymg setter &ee I THE INTERSTATE CASUALTY I stmiilH i.RIfl VMHJ IS W RRIIkilIfllUI'b st-.fl M riiIw H8 wirllmr!.!! I Si4WlmM.iil0.& V I Before Henewin r Pu rchasing New Policv I .". RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED . .-. I ESSSsH SsH i&f.ffel'b.&fo'i LSI LTyLyS Ht. . I Ivh4 M ...HI sf . , . H am . . . . IH ouue ju t-irsi Naiionai fcsanK Building ,:,! V" I If Ton Wl OC CU He I 1 '. i i What Rigid Inspection ' Means Maintaining trie quality of a number of products with a large business and varying buyer's requirements is not always a simple matter. It can only be accomplished where the most careful in spection of all products ia frequently made. At Port Arthur, Texas, laboratories afe maintained to. permit of the continuous inspection of Texaco Products manufactured there, so that quality, for which they are famous, will be kept up. These laboratories have further matters to consider, for they are the places where new ideas, methods and possibilities are thor oughly tried out and investigated with the object of providing the best possible means of manufacture and the most practical value. Port Arthur laboratories are a part of Texaco Quality and Service by which these products made in Texas have been foremost in oil manufactures. Quality and Service are available for you in your own town. Consult our agent. He can tell you what you need. The product will please you. k 2i The Texas Company inW General Offices, Houston, Texas ASK FOR GLOBE MILLS Peerless Hen Food Made from the formula used success fully for years by the Peerles Poultry Supply Co. of Los Angeles one of the largest poultry gupplv houses in the west. An elegant eg-x producer, and, lest you forget, MADE IN EL PASO m i 1JLJUW-KJ Cvx -rtTTWXmn GLOBE MILLS Mtjg ..jy - , - ; , THE HOVE OF Holeproof Hosiery for Men, Women aad Children BRYAN BROS.j San Anteale A Orefcon. i THERE SHOULD BE A VICTEOLA IN EVERY HOME W. G-. WALZ COMPANY -'