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EL PASO HERALD
EL PiSi IAS ABIE FIGHT i III May Have to Fight Fort Worth for 1916 Convention of Cattle Association. 7 1 lisr delegation to the Texas Cat- Kiistrs' convention at San Antonio em to the meeting determined to (ret tie tt convention for El Paso or a 'c.-nic from Fort Worth to help El "'" sot the HIS convention of the iran National Livestock conven- r Uuher will be satisfactory. The 1 n i'ao delegation left for San Antonio - rf. avowed purpose of trying to the Last WRen Made ft SYRUP OF FIGS FOB CROSS. SIGK FEVERISH CHILD If little stomach is sour, liver torpid or Ixjwels clogged. t rz nra && JL& v rL.TDiriioc Calumet pastry is good to i look at, good I eat. Always Sj light, fluffy, tender and whole- 1 some. Calumet is the one baking 8 powder that is high in yuaJif and B vudtrate in price. RICOVED HOH6T A WAR9S Put, Euwaitira, Froct, Hirck. liJZ M -rtt- JskWK&i h & & JJgif tefcAM g r?3 B T &nt mtc Btasr mbt t few elcap tr Kccaa lUuov.cr tWtbt nblci. EwjOtew. ift. 5 acre ccssonka! sen wittUtoge jiim feest rtnfa. L 1 Ctlimct is tu vsrcrwr to foer aA u4 to, f to prevent deception. . Mothers can rest eas after giving , I a" ?e,wrr.S.ffP.hViogcdSpawi.Ie! ! TWO ARE BADLY INJURED IN .rs'oStAhebowel'auouha ! WRCK NEAR CLAYTON, N. M. .i well, plajful child ayain. Children i Three coaches were thrown In the -inipl' will not take the time from ; t,ltch an1 tw persons were seriously pl.il to empty thtir bowels, and thev lnJurd n a wreck that occurred Sat i.tcoine tightly packed. IKer gets slue'- urda afternoon on the Colorado South--iMi jnd stomach Asordertd ' f rn between day-ton. N. M and Tex- V hen cross. f ensh. Vestless. see it j 'J"'- A number or te passengers who tongue is coated, then give this deli,;- ' ?,"" " .necked train arrived In ,uuf fruit laxative ' Children love it. $Uth rCceY mie'sKiS?m AnhT ?."rden'teThantta.,isTou,rnJY,r-Je onef ! "' d "' woboth badly f neofUdhaor rloreThroa'th I ',"S ttS!? "Ti ? S2? . ionia. he-ache, bad breath, remember, a KeIlti. ,nde cleansing" should al- I wais be the nrst treatment .given I jll dnections for babies, children of ' .nl jses and grown-ups are .printed on i Vct II UVllIC Dew .ire of counterfeit fig syrups. -',. 011r druggist for .1 3"-cent "bottle of "California Syrup of Figs." tnen loot carefull and see that it is made l' the "California Fig Srup Com wii Me make no smaller size J land back with contempt any other fi;r Firup dvertisement. THE CHINA PALACE TI.e largest and most complete s:ock in Teias, of exquisite China Dinner-w-are. Glassware, Silverware. Cut U-labs. Crockery, ana other house hold. Hotel. Restaurant and E ir !"urnisliinfrs- Wholesale and Retail. A. ST0LAR0FF MS SIT. iTOln ST. brinp the 1916 convention to El Paso, bnt they decided before leaving that if Fort Worth rvoald help to send the Texas delegation to San Francisco this year pledged to help El Paso get the 1S1C convention of the American Na tional Livestock association. EI Paso would withdraw from the fight for the Texas conention this year. This seems the logical outcome. Nations llcadDelejcatlon. Those who made the trip were- J. H. Nations, president of the Panhandle and Southwestern Cattlemen's associa tion, accompanied by Mrs. Nations and two daughters. Mrs. Joseohine Nations j Morfit and Miss Mary Tutney Nations: juoge uan Jt. Jiciisou, rvprescnuiiK me chamber of commerce; mayor C. E. ' Kelly, representing the city: Abner Wilson, first vice president of the Pan handle association, from Clifton. Ariz.; ; "Bud" Wilkinson, of KoswelL N. M.: C. J M. Newman. Joseph Irving and H. S. J Stephenson, the latter manager of the J Palomas Land and Cattle company. ' Want State llackinc. j Kort Worth is considered a candidate j for the Ul convention of the American I association, but has not actively been in the field. The M Pasoans believe, since El Paso has been in the field for months for the convention, that Fort Worth will help EI Paso to secure the next meeting if El Pasa withdraws from the present Texas fight. El Paso knows it is goin; to have to fight Salt I-akp City and Denver for the American Association meeting and wants to go to ' a n Francisco backed by the solid Texas I legation, if possible. Arizona and j w Mexico are already pledged to as- I t El Paso. Soliciting Further Help. The matter of fnrther cementing the '-i mlship of the Arisona and New i M in o cattlemen and of soliciting their Mt cooperation will be taken up at arT date On the excursion to the I s .r iern Arizona fair at Taeson next 1 v k the EI Faoans will make an ef- )' r- in set Tucson to send a delegation i the toncntion at San Francisco c'ce.I to support El Paso, and the El i a ans are planning to run an auto- -i iitiile excursion to Silver City on , 1 to attir.d the two day's con v i on there of the Southwestern New j T ico Cattle Growers' association. ' T r-se cattlemen will be asked to help Faso in its ':ght next year. . Excursion by uto. i T' e excursion to the Silver City con- v ' on will be made by automobile f- n Paso and K. B Orndorff. presi- t of the chamber ot commerce, who ,nafed the idea, has already had a 1 g i . rous response from El Pasoans. He eh es that ( or i cars wiii nue i' trip "Silver City is in our terrl t r 'he aid. and we ought to make ' i trip over there to meet the business , n en again. e can go while this con 1 . ntion is on. meet our business friends 1 -nfl minsle with the cattlemen at the I Efltnn time. j "We are planning a number of these I brief trips to our neighboring cities to take the place or tne traae excursion omitted last ear. Our first trip will be by train to Tucson next week, wen v ill come theftu to mobile trip to SUlver J City to tne came conveniroo. wmci occasions arise In our territafj". we will IraoKe similar Lripa. . .h -.. with the people who do business with I us. FRED WECKERLE JOINS TUCSON TRADE TRIP DELEGATION Already 14 business men have agreed to go on the Tucsor trade trip, which leaves here March IT. Saturday after noon a new name. Frederick J. Weckerle. was added to the list. It re quires, but 15 persons to secure the special rate and indications are that at least iO will make the trip. E. K. i.'eff. who is in charge of the arrangements, has received assurances from Tucson that -an "El Paso" day win h ilil Th TT1 Paha delegation l will be one of the largest attending 1 the fair. TEXAS LEGISLATURE PLANS TO END ITS SESSIONS (Cmttaeed From rase Oof). made against the resolution. Before a vote was reached the time for resolu tions expired and the invitation to Dal las still remains unaccepted. I At' least ltd members of the house naie received licKecs to ixmu ana u i generally known that but little busl- ' ness will be transacted in the house to- J morrow. i Mrklll' Bill Bngroiwed. ! tskill 8 bill, known as the recipro cal insurance bill, was ensroesed by the house this mornlns. The measure au thorizes and regulates certain classes of indemnity contracts and approves of corporations making such contracts. Mr Mc A skill mr.de a short talk for the measure Text Book Bill KncroeiI. ithout debate and without an "aye" ana -na" vote the governors text book bill requiring all text books to be pointed in Texas nas engrossed by the house The bill as engrossed was the committev substitute for the Nord ham bill and provides thbt all text books used in Tcas shall be printed, bou-d, completed and finished in Texas, and that all Uoesettin and I other mechanical labor connecter with ! printing of textbooks shall be done l.i Texas. i House Joint resolution by Dove, pro- Mding for an amendment to the state constitution authorising purchase of land by the state for purposes of sale to actual settlers for homestead pur poses failed to get the necessary two thirds votes for its final passage. The ote was 77 to 13. "enr Bill by Hudspeth. A bill was introduced .in the senate b senator Hudspeth permitting ap peals to be taken when the party could I not raise the necessary amount to ap- ; iv. I The senate commiti"4 on public I health made a favorable report en senator Bee s bill which provides for ar inspector for training schools for nurses and for compulsory registration j of nurses. The bill is being backed by the Trained Nurses' associatirn of ; jexas anu is aesigneu 10 raise tne j standard of professional nursing and - - - -- a--v- v-wa f-etfvsso ouo- We were forced , w,,n ."h. 'ZX7Z four hours before anv wreck train was sent. Then a train of cabooses arrived and we were t.ikn hat to Trim. A number of nartiallv burned mall c?u ks from the wreck were received at the ltvnl post office Monday, sent from the headquarters at Amarillo. RAN A BLOCK BLEEDING TO DEATH FROM SHOOTING ohot in the neclr nnrt liltfwwMnc- (a l , ,!.,. I. k .. ... x j ..- I !..i.,ii.,. juiiuci Meaaiua ran more loan a block Sunday night lie fore he fell dead He was shot by an unknown man i about 8 :o Suudav evening while near tne corner ot Seenth afid Florence i streets I'e v irt, d to run ift. r hems bit and (lnrlt-d dear near fie (ouic- of Sith i '1 rldrenic MrtM o irrcst haw J made as ilm ui.n m fired the shot es caped in the darkness -Ukey -lo!h-t?2.ert -neatber strip keeps I oi t the cold r.atbbur.-lllx Co Adv. BIIESHSHI for nin Will Be in Western Wheel on Circuit With Many Large Cities. John H Blackwood, general man ager of the Western Wheel Burlesque con-pany. yesterday closed a contract with the management of the Crawford theater, whereby that theater is placed on that circuit of houses for burlespue and vaudeville. Tnis circuit is one of the largest in the country and in cludes Portland. Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, San Diego. Los Angeles, El Paso, Denver and Salt Lake City, and means that beginning March 22d El Paso will be on a par with all these large cities in giving high class pro ductions at popular prices. Associated with Mr. Blackwood in this enterprise are Oliver Morosco. famous to all show going people; Thomas H. Jnce, director general of the New York Motion Pic ture corporations: Rube Welch, well known in the theatrical game, as well as several other prominent men on the coast. TODAY'S AMUSEMEHTS BUOAUWAY STAR FEATUItB TOD tV. The Wigwam today has an extra at traction at regular prices in its Broad way Star feature, "O'Garry of the Royal Mounted." This is one of the produc tions which the Vltagraph people made for their own theater in New York City. After a successful run there, it wat put on the market, and, of course, the Wigwam got it. Edith Storey has the leading female role. Miss Storey is the young woman who played t31or!a" in "The Christian" and made an inter national reputation. Ned Flnley. one of the Vitagraph's best leading men and directors, plays the part of "O'Garry." This splendid picture will be abown today only. Wednesday, dainty, dashing, attrac tive Elsie Janis will be seen in "The Caprices of Kitty." Miss Janis will be seen in some pleasing impersonations. Thursday. "The Commanding Of ficer." a fine Paramount, will be fea tured. Sunday, Oh. my, just look who will be here! It's Charlie Chaplin, in "A night Out," a scream In two reels. Come and see Charlie cavort comically. Adv. TUB BIJOU. "Her Husband's Son." a two-act dramatic production, will be the fea ture today at the Bijou. The picture tells a story of a man who marries a young girl after promising his former wife at her death that he will not marry a second time, but will protect and cherish their only son. To the son. this second marriage is a broken promise, and the son refuses to accept the girl-wife as his new mother. The scenes that follow this estrangement are most interesting. Advertisement. - THE UNIQUE. "The Master Key," Ne. 1, will be shown at the Unique today. Yon can not aSoxd to let this issue go by with out seeing it There will only be one more episode and you just must see these last two numbers. They are simply great A Nestor comedy, "A Coat's a Coat." will alee be on the program. Everyone knows the com edies at the Unique are good. To morrow, an L-KO comedy, one that is really entitled to be called a comedy, will be part of the bflL Adv. TUB AL1MMDIU. The program at tne Alhambra today consists of the following good plUures: "The Quality of Mercy," a Vltagraph drama, with Edith Storey. "Add She Never Knew," a Biograph story that is really excellent. "Ham and the Sausage Factory, a slapstick comedy with plenty of action that will excite lots of laughter. "Pathe's Weexiy" in which are many items of general Interest, In cluding a big horse race witnessed by the president of Argentina Adv. FIRE ON FRENCH SHIP IS ALMOST EXTINGUISHED London. Rng. March 8. The fire on board the French steamer La Touraine has been almost extinguished and the vessel is steaming to her destination, the French port of Havre, at a speed of 14 knots an hour. The information here given is the latest report received in Paris: it was sent at 18 oclock Sunday night by wireless telegraph from a cruiser which is escorting tbe La Touraine. J1T.M5 URIVElt HUnBRU 1 OP M FAKES SATURDAY NIGHT Alfred Telton, the driver of a jttne car. was held up end robbed of 84 near old Fort Bliss, accord ng to the report nude to the police Saturday night by tbe driver. Telton stated that two young men got into his ear in the downtown dis trict and asked to be taken to the fort. J When they reached the foot of the ( nm at tne tort one or the men covered him with a siin and demanded his money, he said. I WOMAN POUND IX ISIVKB. j Ysabel Flores, a Mexican woman hv- iing at 71 South Kansas street was draareed from the rier Klindav mnm. I ing by government employes at the Santa Fe bridge, and taken to the emergency hospital at the police sta tion nearly frozen from her plunge. Whether Me woman jumped or Jell from the bridge is not known. Welch the Globe Mills Dollar. Adv. 1TES NO SICK STOMACH, I liDIGnSi "Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest and surest Stomach relief. If what you just ate Is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump ef lead, refusing to digest, or von belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food. J or nave a leenng oi aizziness. heart burn, fullness, nausea, bad taste In mouth and stomach headache you can surely get relief in five minutes. Ask your pharmacist to show vou the formula, plainly printed on these fifty-cent oases of Pane's Diapepsin. then you will understand why dyspeptic troubles of all kinds must go, and why It relieves, sour, out-of-order stomachs or indigestion In five minutes. "Pape's Diapepsin" is harmless: tastes like candy, though each dose will ditrest and prepare for assimilation into the blood ; all the food you eat: besides. It makes , you go to the table with a healthj ' appetite: but what will please you most is that you will feel that your stomach and intestines are clean and fresh, and you will not need to resort to laxatives , or liver pills for biliousness or consti- ' pation. This city will hae manv "Pape s I Diapepsin" cranks, ai some people will J can tnen. but you will tr enthusiastic about this splendid, stomach prepara tion too. if ou et-r lake it for indi gestion, gases. be&rtlMirn. wucgeu. djspepsia, or any stomach misery. Get some now. this minute, and t id oure.f of tomai "i misers and nicii- 'uion in li. e i nii.t-s V. IB UTILE EAI MISMP i If Scene of Fighting in EastjTJ. Shifts to Left Bank of the Vistula. Cft.Bed From rare One). ! jumps upon the back of the trench, where UC SW1IIM IWII IVUQUl MUU . win hv missle with deadly accuracy, like an old Koman throwing the discus. After such work the enemr's trench was actuallj dripping with blood but I prefer to keep my alienee about th-.t. Anywa. we arc ab!e in this way to break the courage of the French." First Exchange Is Made Of Disabled Germans for Wounded Brilish Soldiers, London, Eng., March S The Brat consignment of disabled German .pris oners to be exchanged for English wounded, included two officers and 9 men. To spare the feelings of the broken warriors, the arrangements for their departure from England were kept secret, and only a handful of spec tators saw them as they left the Vic toria station, London, or as they em barked a few hours later from Folkes tone for Flushing, Holland. The men were gathered from all parts of England. Most of them had an arm or leg missing. Every man had to be carried on a stretcher, and British surgeon had carefully certified that none of them would ever be a-le te fight again. From London to Folkestone they travelled in a special Red Cross am bulance train, which was strictly guarded and had every blind drawn. The patients were in charge of five doctors and 25 Red Cross orderlies Lnd nurses under command of Lord Onslow. ALLIED FLEET BOMBARDS FORTS ON SMYRNA COAST Constantinople. Turkey. March 8. Two hostile warshiss bombarded Turk ish forts on the Smyrna coast for three hours Saturday without result, accord ing to an official announcement here. ine statement adds. "At Tham. one French and three British warships accompanied by five large mine sweepers, again DomDaroea Smrna forts for 'an hour and a half. Seven shetts fired by our batteries struck the warships which had been first to open fire. One mine sweeper was suna. "Our casualties Saturday .and Sun day were four killed and seven wounded. "The enemy's fleet undertook no serious action. against the Dardanelles eitner Saturday or Sunday. GERMANY ASKS U. S. ENVOY TO CARE FOR LEGATION Washington. D. C. March 8. Ger many has asked ambassador Morgen thau of the United States at Constant!, nople to care for Germany's diplomatic Interests In Turkey In case the allies take Constantinople. In that event the German representatives v ill be obliged to take refuge at the nev Turkish cap ital, wherever it may be. Ambassador Morgenthau has ar- Nn.iwl Tn t,LA .va3 lh. Tn.lri.lt 1.... tion nhenevr necessary, and will hlm-T sell remain in the city, no matter where the .Turkish government may move. A secretary will be sent tea-company the government. II r. MorAnthau has ar ranged for the establishment of a zone of safety in the capital for the benefit of foreigners. CONSTANTINOPLE IS ALARMED ;. FOREIGNERS ARE IN DANGER Sofia. Bulgaria. March X, Re'ugees from Constantinople., the capital of Turkey, state great alarm exists there because of the attacks of tbe allied fleet at the Dardanelles. The city is cionded with refugees from the Ilar mora coast. Christians. . even Germans, are in a precarious position, .for tbe authorities are suspicious of -ill foreigners. Offi cials are seizing all the gold in pos session of firms, individuals and banks. There is fear of 'massacres. MEAVY GUNFIRE HEARD OFF THE HOLLAND COAST Amsterdam. Holland. March 8. For the first time since admiral Sir David BeaU engaged a German squadron in tbe North sea. the latter part of Jan uarj. heavy gunfire, according to a dispatch from the Hook of Holland to the Telecraaf, was heard, in the Norm be a todaj. NKW ZCITEMNS AUK BUILT. Geneva. Switzerland, March 8. Count Zeppelin arrived at Friedrichs hafen Saturdav to hasten the comple tion or two Zeppelin dirigible balloons, which are now building. One of them will be ready in a few days, it is stated It is confirmed that one Zet pelin was dc.troed and another badly damaged recentl at -Cologne during a windstorm which blew down the bal loon sheds A number . of soldiers were injured in the crash. GKRM PLEADS fit ILTV OF I-ASSrtlltTS I'ltAlD New York. March . Chas. Ruero ede. one of the six persons indicted in an alleged conspiracy to defraud tbe United States in obtaining false Ameri can patsports for German reservists, pleaded guilty today to one of three ii.dictments against him and to the second count of another. District attorney Marshall announced that Hans Adam von WeddeL who also jias ind-cted and fled the countrj. bad been captured and would be returned here He said von vTeddel was the chief conspirator. STEALS JEWEL BAG FROM UNDER PILLOW JeTiels talued at 10 were stolen from th- home of Mrs. Stella Crouchet. 0. Ea Bonlevard. when a robber en tered the hoase at about 1.3 oclock Sunday morning. The jewels were the property of Mrs. John McOaw. of Silver Clt. X M.. who was a guest at Mrs. Crouchet ' Thry were In a chamois skin bag be neath, the pillow of the bed upon which Mri McCan was sleeping. Tbe robber entered the house through the kitchen wim'oT" He went directly to the room occupied by Mrs. McGaw and removed the chamois kin bag from beneath her pillon This awakened Mrs. McGaw and hc truKgled with the robber, who got awa from h r and made bis escape through the kitctlcn window. The i.tan must have been watching the houe for some time, as footprints were fou'id about the house and the various windows. two iiolm:s Rimiii:i). Tw o lionifs ore robbed Saturd? v i iiiciit Thf lui.iv of .1o-f Pineda, 7lh ' Hill alrex-t, h.s entered and a qupntft 1 of tlothirjr taken. Manuel del Flerro' home was also entered Saturday night and clothing takn from the house. uoBni:o in JiAiurz. T: M,'. of San Franrino sought th .iid of tlii dete tive's departim nt Sniid.i afn.noou in th" rcioer of a Io kotl.o.. (o.ttauiip? 100 wh'ih I a- tt Ji i f-ntn li . inMtl. .cm kt t M'tite i i.i bt:il ih- ritvt-ib(jKk. lu.niedi.Utl.. al ter he alighted from a street car at juai i z V. airli u. ( ..'1 I i t , ,.- FIEIGH POWERS M INSISTENT S. Is Prepared to Use Force if Necessary to Carry Its Point. (Centlaaed I'rwn Pase One). his superior officer, but could not say whether any friction had developed. Neither Mde May Win. ScarciU of war munition in Mexico it is believed here, has affected Villas campaign. The possibility that neither faction will be able to gain a complete victory, and that the situation may re main deadlocked indefinitely, is known to have influenced the administration to take its stand. The Washington go eminent, recently has been subjected to a continual bom bardment of foreign inquiries. These activities of tbe foreign diplomatic rep resentatives have constituted a moral pressure that has now practically com pelled the AmcT-ican government o speak in emphatic language to Carranza. American In SerlouB Flight. The plight of Americans, however, has been of increasing concern. Obre- gon s repudiation oi iiia s currency worked the first hardship's because it made many wealthy folk penniless. The poor noted, clamoring for bread, and Obregon. in published announce ment, practically sanctioned plunder and rioting, even predicting the evacua tion by his own forces if the riots de veloped into extensive demonstrations Bryan Keep Letter Secret. An international relief committee composed of residents of the foreign colony came forward wrh an offer of ?50.0A pesos to buy food and take charge of the situation, but Obregon re fusedfreight facilitie or permission to undertake the work The committee re cently sent a petition to the state de partment, described as of a. most f n satlonal character Secretan Bryai has constantly declined to make it publn although appraised that the object c : the committee in sending it was to give tbe statement publicity in the United States. Mr. Bryan believes that, under the circumstances, while the Americar government is bringing strong pressure to bear on Carranra. it will not assist the plight of foreigners in Mexico Cit; if the statement is published. Carrflaxa Invites Diplomats. Delayed dispatches received today say last Saturday night Gen. Carranza told some of the foreign representatH es in Veracruz that Mexico City was to be evacuated by his forces and renewed his Invitation to the diplomatic corns at Mexico City to come to Veracruz or any other town under his domination, making it clear that coming of the dip lomatic cprps to Veracruz or any town under his control would not be con strued as recognition. The dean of the diplomatic corps is understood to have replied that such an act might en courage the resentment of other fac tions in Mexico. ALLEGED DRUG USER IS FOUND DKAD IN CELL Carl Sells, said by tne police to be a cocaine user, was found dead Ib his cell at the police station about T oclock Sunday morning. The man was about -0 years of age and was in jail on a vagrancy charge, having been arrested Friday nig'.t. GRAND JURY INDICTS FOUR. The grand jury has returned indict ments agaicst Rnto Parrazes, Jose Parras and Jesus F Salinas on charges of false swearing In connection with the payment of poll taxes. Four charges of forgery are contained in in dictments returned against T. B. Coux ehaine. ' . Watch the Globe Mills Dollar. Adv. IT SORE, JRED EEET TIZ" for tender, puffrd-up, burning, calloused feet and corns. I tV every time for any foot trouble." You cat. be happy-footed just like me. Use "TIZ" and never suffer nitb tender, raw. burning, blistered, swollen, tired, smelly feel "Tir and onl "TIZ" takes the iain and soreness out of corns, callouses and bunions.' As soon as you put your feet In a TIZ" bath, you Just feel the happiness soaking in. How good our poor, old feet feeL They nant to dance for Joy. "TIZ" is grand. "XI Z" Instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up your feet and cause sore, in flamed, aching, sweaty, smelly feet. ' Get a J5 cent box of TIZ" at any drug store or department store. Get instant foot relief. Laugh at foot suf ferers who complain. Because your feet are never, never going to bother or make jou limp any more. Adv. C II FOR IG1G KIDNEYS We eat too much meat which ! clGgs Kidneys, then the Back hurts. Most folks forgot that the kidneys. like the bowels. ftt slugfrish and clofrgred and need a flushing occasion ally, else we hae backache and dull misery In the kidney regtoiv-, severe headaches, rheumatic twinjeec, torpid liver, arid stomrch, sleeplessness and all surts of bladder disorder a You simpi mast keep your kidneys active and clean, and the moment you fee! an ache or pain in the kidney region, get about four ounces of Jad Salts f-oni itnt jfocwl drufr store here. take a tablej-oo-iful in a Rlass of water before b:caVf:':t ir a few days and 3 our kidnc will then tt fine. This famous i!t- is made from the acW of grapes aud lemon juice, combined with lithitt. ard Is harmless to flush cloaked kidneys and stimulate them to normal activity. It also neutralises the acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, ihns omim- bladder disorders. Jd Salts is harmless: inexpensive; makes a delightful efffrvescent llthia vrater diml uhith eerybod should t.ike now a id tht-n to keep their kid-n-,s (l'"tii, thus a Old iri serious com- V well-krown lotsl druggist savs he ells lots of Jad Sails to folks who be Iie ii imncni'' ktdi t roll bit. hi i.i (iii f r ii'i Vi Al A. I YSBB SALTS H. B. FERGUSSON APPOINTED BRYAN'S PRIVATE SECRETARY Santa Fe. N M. March X Friends of excongressman Harvey B. Fergusson. of New Mexico, have been notified of his appointment as private secretary to secretary of state W. J. Bryan He was recently defeated for re election by B. C Hernandez. He had served one term as a delegate to con gress from New- Mexico territorj and two as congressman. VIITING BANKKKS RK TAKEN TO KMSPIIAVT BlTTK DAM H L. Jarboe, president of the Dro vers' National bank, of Kansas Cm. Mo., and vlte president licock. of f.ic People's bank, of Chicago, accompanied J. M. Wyatt. W. W. Bar bee and H. W. Broaddus to the Klephaut Butte dam Saturday afternoon At Las Cruces they had dinner with Oscar Snow, who accompanied them to the dam, as did William A. Sutherland, also of Las Cruc-s. The trip was made in Mr. Wyatt's Buick touring car and Mr. Barbee's Premier touring car I'OIID MTO RfU'OYKRKD. A Ford automobile belonging to Mrs R. K. Bryan, reported sto:en Saturday night, was recovered Suntln The ma chine was found standing at the plaza, where it apparently had lKn left by the parties who stole it from in lront of a residence on Mundv acn le. 1H! GUM MIKES L Just once! Try ''Dodson's Constipated, Headachy Li .'en up your sluggish liver! Feel fine and cheerful: .nake your work a pleasure: be vigorous and fun of am bition. But take no nasty, dangerous calomel because 1 makes you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynarjite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea and cramp ing. . Listen to me! If you want to ef joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel eleaasing you ever experienced Just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Tour druggist or dealer sells yon a SA cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal aansSlDrlPTwiscEKeSsBBBBaftaH ' bBbEPBt-. jttJttJaffilaaalaaaSlSaaaB 7OILBUDNIKaalr 1 IL3Ilocomotivt431 TO New York and return S95.00 Chattanooga, Tenn., and return $59.00 Washington, D. C, and return. 91.75 Tickets on -Safe Daily. Liberal Stopovers. GOOD ON THE ET j Los Angeles and return $35.00 !San Diego and return $35.00 San Francisco and return ..$45.00 Tickets on Sate Daily Limit Three Montis. CITY TICKET OFFICE NO. 206 NORTH OREGON PHONE 142. St. Louis -Chicago -Memphis -New York - - 33.25 - 37.80 - 33.25 - 54.25 Texas k PHONE 608 226 A. E. RY.CN- B n j n DRUGGIST'S & open aia. mgiit I yntonia I ' I m Dr. II. A. KAC3KU1IKR flradaate LentevUIr, Kj- CoHesr. IS7 W DR. H. 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Liver Tone" when Bilious. Don't lose a day's work. money-back guarantee that eac spoonful will clean your sluggish lue better than a dose of nasty calomel ani that it won't make yon sick. Dodson's Liver Tone is real lnrr medicine. Tou'll know It next mor.i ing because you will wake up feeing fine, yonr liver will be working; head ache and dizziness gone; stomach wul be sweet and bowels regular. Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely ee e table, therefore harmless and can not salivate. Give it to your children. I Millions of people are using Dodson's juver xone main nil oc aangerous calo mel now. Tour druggist wiB tell on that the sale of Calomel is almost stopped entirely here. Advertisement Special Rates VIA SUNSET ROUTE LIMITED RATES risans, La. ! DAYS ,STOFOYEU AI. IjOVTED AT NEW Oni.EAN. OX ALX. THROCGH TICKETS Pacific "J-S MAGRUDER HEATIST " Kslahllaiiml iser (.fen Clotklac - InJfrotslh Vm.