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FRENCH DH FROM TRENCHES Official German Report Tells of Victories in Cham pagne District. , (Continued Fran rate One). Mazurlan lakes. In east PniMia, make it apparent that the Russian defeat was .1 Reere one German military of fl iers in Berlin doubt -whether nfuch re-Hia.-is ff about five Russian army corps Minch were encaged in the recent bat tle. While ithe Russians may have saved some of their artillery, through quick retreat, it seems certain, army men say, that Russian troops to the number of at least 130,000 are no longer to be reckoned with by the German armies. The clearing of the Austrian crown land of Bukowina of the invaders also is taken by German officials to mean a Russian defeat on the other extreme wing of the operations in the east. French Driten From Trench. The official statement given out to- S fr. ' ra For soup that is easy to make, A-caaful of Campbell's I take. With water a bubble I soon have it double. And better than cookies or cake. It doubles your pleasure and halves your trouble. There, "in a nutshell" is the pleasing story of Campbell's Tomato Soup It provides a savory and nourish ing dish, which is welcome to all, and adds to the attractiveness and benefit of any meal where it is used. It is a regular promoter of good-nature and good health. Easy to buy, easy to prepare, always ready for emer gencies and fitting the occasion exactly without labor or care for any one concerned. Order it by the dozen and keep it handy. Yapr monty satisfied. back if not gp'T j f 21 KINDS j 21 kinds 10c a can MSJfc- Mil iffi it nr nwLf a j4.iW.t rfniirliilift iBfikTiii mfMrafc d$&ifw JwEtni M-isPfnfiJ Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery fw Grocery Department - - - - 4340 UhnMnn Grocery Department - - - - 4341 1 H0I16S Ment Deportment - - - - - 4345 Heat Department - - - - - 4310 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of All Kinds. Compare our prices we guarantee the quality. We deliver the goods you don't have to carry them with you. We make 4 de liveries per day, first delivery, 8 oclock; 2nd, 10; 3rd, 2:30; 4th, 5. 4 Fancy Grape Fruit OC Extra Large Lemons, Q" for MpC per dor X)Q, 4 lbs. Fancy Black ng .Extra Fancy Naval a r Twig Apples &3C Oranges, dor. 20c, 30c. frUC 4 lbs. Fancy Jonathan ng Extra Fancy Bananas, Qffc Apples uuC per doz &JC Blue Ribbon Butter None Better Per lb. 40c; 2 lbs. 75c 8 Large Oans Carna- rp tioa Milk 4&OC 6 Small Cans Carna- rp UonMilk dtZiC 3 Cans Good Corn nr for mOC 3 Cans Good Tomatoes n j for OC 45c Durkee's Salad Dress ing, 10c, 25c and 3 pkgs. Nat'I Biscuit ty g Co.'s 10c Crackers for.OC 4 pkgs. Krinkle Corn OF? Flakes for OC 4 lbs. Bulk Starch nr for d,OC 3 Cans reaches, Apricots, Flume, Grapes, Blackberries rf and Cherriea for , OUC (These are standard goods.) Extra Fancy Canned Fruits Delroonte Brapd Per can , Hawaiian 'Sliced Pineapple Oriental Brand 2 lb. Cans, each 6 Bars White Soap, ill kinds 7 Bars Lenox Soap for 10 Bars Palo Soap for 3 Bars Pain Olive Soap for 3 Bars Jap Boae or Wild Rose Soap for. 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 21-2 lb. Cans, each 6 small pkgs. Gold Dust I large pkg. Gold Dust . . . j Polly l'rini Cleanser, per can 3 Old Dutch Cleansers for .'. Wyandotte Cleanser, per'Pkg 25c 20c 25c 20c ...5c 25c Snow Drift Better than Lard 4 lb. Pails '50c; 10 lb. Pails $1.25. GoMen Rod Syrup The best Maple Syrup on the market for the money Pints 25c; Quarts 45c; 1-2 Gallons 80c; Gallons, $1.50. Just received a shipment of Teas of all kinds Oolong, Cevlon, English Breakfast, Gun Powder, Young Hyson, Japan Baket Field and Orange Pekoe. These are all No. 1 Teas. tf Per lb OUC Fresh Meats of All Kinds. Everything Guaranteed. Quality the Best. Prices the Lowest. day by the German general army head I quarters says J "In the western theater of the war: On the road to Arras and Lille the French have been thrown out of the section of the German trench which N was occupied by them on February 16. "In the Champagne district Tenewd attacks made by strong French forces broke down completely under German fire. "In the Vosges the Germans stormed height 600, to the south of Lusse, and took two machine guns. GermnnM Occupy Tauroggen. "In the eastern war arena: The Ger mans Thursday occupied Tauroggen (In the Russian province of Kovno). "The engagement of the pursuing Germans with the retreating Russians to the northwest of Grodno and to the north of Auchsyola are nearing their end. Tho battle to the northwest of Kolno still continues. South of.Mys zyniec the Germans drove the BUsslanB out of several villages. "To the north of the Vistula, In Po land, minor engagements are taking place east of Hacionz. "From the region south of the Vis tula in Poland there is nothing new to report." Artillery In Active. Paris, France, Feb. 1J. The French war office this afternoon gave out a report on the progress of the fighting which reads as follows: " "The night of February 18 passed quietly. Tliere were fairly spirited ar tillery exchanges in the valley of the Aisne and in the sector of Reims. In the region of Perthes all the positions conquered by us remain in our hands. "Between the Argonne and the Meuse at the bridge of Quatre Enfantes we captured a bomb thrower. 'In the Vosges we repulsed two In fantry attacks at a point north of Wls- senbach in the Bonne Homme region. Further we have "organized and con solidated our positions, as we made methodical progress both to the north and to the south of the Sudel farm." Shows How Employes Would Make Wages of $22 to $34 a.Day Chicago, 111, Fob. 19. How In cer tain instances the demands of western locomotive engineers and firemen, be ing arbitrated hero would Tun into ab surd figures, was pointed out at the arbitration proceedings today by A. W. Trenholm, general manager of the Chicago, St Paul. Minneapolis and Omaha railroad. In his figures, Mr. Trenholm considered the new rates and the demands for automatio release, pay for preparatory time, initial and final terminal delay and all elements in volved In the demands. He first cited a run of slz trains be tween Elmlra and Riverside, Iowa, on tiie Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific where, by the application of all the rules and rates demanded an engineer now earning $6.22 for eight hours would receive $34 and his fireman $22. Another Rock Island crew, running be tween Cameron Junction, Mo, and Leavenworth. Kas, would receive $34.06 a day for engineer and $22.68 for the fireman, the witness said. He cited several other instances of similar impossible high pay, including one on the Denver and Rio Grande where the engineer of a helper engine running up Tennessee Pass would receive $21.30. One of the demands is that In cases where an engineer makes several short trips a day as part of a days work, they be paid a full day for each trip. TERRELL'S REPLY IN SALAD CASE NOW BEING PREPARED Austin, Texas. Fet. 19. The answer of controler Terrell in the "chicken salad and punch" injunction suit. Bend ing in the Sd district court; wfil be filed late this afternoon. It was learned today that Pat M. Neff, of Waco, who Is representing the controler, is la-Waco today preparing the answer and that it will be mailed today and reach here this evening. Representative Middleton. who is the plaintiff in the injunction suit, has ob tained the services of M. M. Crane, of 'alias, former attorney general, to rep resent him in addition to Judge John W. Hornsby of Austin. FERGUSON ENCOURAGES THE USE OF COTTON SACKS Austin, Texas, Feb. 19. In a letter to state purchasing agent George Lea vv, governor Ferguson today made plain his position on the use of cotton goods in Texas. In this letter he says: "For the pur pose of bringing about a greater use of cotton cloth, you are hereby requested to use your official powers so far as possible in requiring all supplies pur chased by all departments and all lnstl tutions af the state, that are to be de liered to the state in sacks, be packed in cotton sacks and wrapped with cot ton twine. I shall thank you to use your best endeavor to bring about this result." CHICAGO OFFICIALS EXPECT TO SEE JACK JOHNSON SOON Chicago, 111, Feb. 19. It was ru mored in the federal building today that Jack Johnson, world's champion heavyweight pugilist, under sentence for violating the Mann act, might ap pear here in a few days. District at torney Cline was noncommltal. "I would not be surprised If Johnson should step into my office any minute," said the federal prosecutor, but Imme diately declined to say whether he had been notified that Johnson would re turn to Chicago. ALLEGED OPAL S3IUGGLER IS BROUGHT IlEHi: FROM COAST Jose Cueto Was arrested Thursday afternoon by federal authorities.' charged with inducing alien persona to enter the United States under con tract to labor. He will be given a hearing before United States commis sioner George B. Oliver at 9:30 Satur day morning. Jose Rovira, charged with smuggling opals Into this country, was brought here Thursday by deputy United States marshal D. Bassctt, on a warrant of removal from Los Angeles. Rovira will be hold here for trial at the April term of the federal court I J THE lAlhambra 1 1 "The Ticket I 1 1 Leave Man" I llA Three Part Feature. 1 jH 1 An absorbing story, 1 I abounding with thrills. I M 1 Adults 10c; Children 5c I "As WarEsa Weaitaes' Aisles, Fase Air, l s Bont'ft Forget The White House WitH It Wide asad Every Modern Innovation. Don't Forget" (mflb ifi JiPv Jl H AVw HP Jt JtL w' JL ffi LC? ' Another Dress Triumph! New $4,95 $795 (H $Q95 Tliree Big Groups Ff . Saturday Selling' New Sills : DRESSES . . EW Spring models in flowered foulards, crepe de chines in floral and Oriental designs, poplins and messalines in all the wanted styles and Spring colors. All sizes. Unmatchable fife j& values Saturday.p)o rr Regular 50c Extra Special! s 'ULL 16 Button Length Chamoisette Gloves in white only. Washable and ideal for service. 50c values, Saturday 33c -Extra Special!' " $1.75 Ivory SPECIAL offer in White Parisian . Tmnr Clocks for bedroom or sick room. Guaranteed timekeepers. Q C fl.75 -values, Saturday ZtJ "Extra Special!' V. Sat. Hijgfot 6 to 8:SO Pinaud's Eau de Quinine, $1.00 Q Bottles, Saturday Night Uivl Pebeco Tooth Paste, Extra Spe- OQ cial Saturday Night tV Limit One. None Delivered No Phone Orders 95 Wome New SalK BRESSE.S WONDERFUL collection of new Spring dresses made of solid color Failles, taffetas, crepe de chines and poplins. Bolero effects and shirred hip styles predominate. All wanted col ors. Choice. . , 9 95 New Silk DRESSES WE have never shown better -values in new dresses at the price. Beautiful creations of silk faille, 'crepe de chines, satins and other favored silks. AH Spring colors and black represented. Saturday n2s NMht Gowns 89c Extraordinary Valtses ESERVED for Saturday selling an exquisite new as . snrtment of slirj-over sown made of all white muslin anrl fine soft crepe in white and colors, fficely trimmed with lace, embroidery, beading and ribbon. Extra Special NEW UNDERMUSLINS AT 45c A special table of pretty gowns, chemise, petticoats, corset covers, etc., made of soft sheer nainsook and cambric. All well made, and daintily trimmed. Extra Special, each Reg-alar $3.00 $1,50 8Qc A SPECIAL group of Royal Worcester and Warner Bros. Corset in our regular $1.00 and $1.50 models marked for fast selling Saturday. Mostly ft.O f new models. Lot limited. Choice C3 J " 66 Great Millinery Achie $7.50 to 999 mz-so .-f JTlx 1 O w ' All "Osfc-v ToiBefc Goods "A V. Jcrgen's Benzoin and Almond rj Lotion, 25c Size 1 C Ls Blanche Face Powder, All Ofl- Day Saturday OKrl Jap Rose Talcum Powder, All 11 Day Saturday '. t Sanitol Cold Cream, Extra 1 g Special Saturday J.v3li 50c Derma Vivi Liquid Powder, qq All uay oaruraay www . These Values Will Tell Their Ovrn Sloty Tomorrow. See Them. - h UR phenomenal offerings from time to time have stimulated earlv buvmz as never before, bach express shipment of new conceptions has been snapped up by eager buyers 'as soon as they were placed on dis play. By increasing our efforts we are able to offer still greater values, and we have secured the sample line of one of New York's foremost Hatters at a decided, re- riirtmri in nnce. All are strictly hand-tailored Hals made of the best materials , . , . it -i . i r .t i M-..' i . and trimmed in all tne new styles or me rrour. iwi a. nai v,rlli 'lece thnn 7.50 and manv worth to $12.50. Your choice beginning Saturday morningC rnay V SPECIALS 50c tSILK BOOT HOSE 38c Black, white and colors, Gordon Dye make Double Lisle Garter Tops, Heels qo and Toes. Special OC 50c VESTS OR PANTS 3Se Spring weight white lisle ribbed Lisle Vesta or Pants. High neck with long or short sleeves. Lace or tight knee pants. 50c values, Special, the OO,, Garment 2OC Extra Specials 95c Pique Collar and CuffvScts, Q Saturday X...OS7C I2'2C An Assortment of 50c .Novel- QQ ties, All Sorts of Articles-... OOG 20c Handkerchiefs with Em broidered Corners, each vem i """N J0fi ellliig 395- - Two Great Blouse Values Saturday $L95 & $So95 BLOUSES AT $1.95 A special table of beautiful crepe de chine and Jap silk Blouses in all the new Spring shades, white and black. New collars and long sleeves. Un matchable values at. . f BLOUSES AT $3.95 Just received a marvelous showing of new models made of Georgette crepe, Rajah silks, etc., in the new shades. Two-in-one, military and Country Club collars. New Tommy Atkins" pockets. Choice wD Lrittle. Plaza "Se Sfiore of Service" Phone 45SO 1 CHICAGO HOTEL SUES JACR. ! nl.ni rir rnn conn AC DII I (.uriL.ni run. . umu ack Curlcy was sued in the county court by the Hotel Sherman company, of Chicago, for Slsv.45, alleged to be owing that company for lodging and money advanced, according to the pa pers which were filed by attorneys for the Chicago company In the county court Friday morning. ( Curley is the promoter pf the John-son-Wlllard heavyweight fight In Jua rez. The papers claim that the bill was contracted In February, 1914. PIOXKEKS ATTEND FlTYKItAI, OP WlbMAX ALEN, STAGE DIlIVEtt Pioneers or El Paso attended the funeral of "William Alen. the veteran stage driver and resident of El Paso, whose death occurred Wednesday nisht. The funeral was held from the Sacred Heart church and the burial was iu Concordia Catholic cemetery. Mr. Alen had been a resident of El Paso for 4ti years and. at one time, drove the old Overland stage coach. He is survived only by his adopud son Enrique Monquera, of the delivery de partment of the Western Union. Notice Holmes Dyeing and Cleaning Works Is no longer connected In any way with the tailoring and cleaning office at 10S San Antonio street, next to the Wig wam theater. Phone 786 and our auto will call on you. Can leave package on Mesa avenue, next to Guarantee Shoe Co. "No place like Holmes." Adv. Athey cIoth-l:cel Trenther atrip keeps out the cold. Hathbun-Mlx Co. Adv. Texas Grand I "CHORUS LADY" H 15c to 50c ! Q Reserves at Ryan's, , H Phones 608-629. J9 Matinee Tomorrow Prime Bib Boast, per lb Round Steak, per lb If Pork Chops, X J w pc I b C p cr lb lions. er lb 15c 20c :at hahket THE SANITARY MARKET PROMPT SERVICE. PHONE 2739. AUTO DELIVERY. 305 S. STANTON. RAWFI TOXIGIIT Bert C. Gagnen A Edith Pollock, Supported By TIIE LYJUC PLAYERS TV "The Two Orphans" M 1TEVEE Saturday and Sunday - IS to :5c AlgBtH - .... 15 to 30c Phone 64)0. feslbiW COMPANY UNDERSELL ALL OTHERS FISH! PISH! NEW MACKEREL HQLXAMD HERRING CODFISH SMOKED BLOATERS SPICED HERRING NORWEGIAN ANCHOVIES SHRIMPS, LOBSTERS AND JAP CRABS. Trade With TJs and Save Money Mail Orders Prompt Attention. Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 206 East Overland St.