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EL PASO HERAXD
GERMAN mMi WILL HAVE
EXPANSION AFTER WAR, SAYS KftlSER
iniEtc-dam, Holland. April :. "As
-c fruit of Germany's victory In the
present tar. a rational life will spring
up in -union the German nationality
will haie full and free expansion." said
c n per or William In a telegram from
l !d headquarters in reply to a raes
i: from the imperial chancelor re
u riing the Bismarck celebration Thurs
d Then the proud work for which
i 'marrk laid the foundation will be
nplf-ted," the emperor's message eon-
' , lined
We shall succeed. Our guarantee
i- firstlv God's srace; second, thounani
i mjv will to achieve victory which in
Mures us all, and our solemn vow tf
u-ike every sacrifice for the father
1 1 -id which has been tested by facts.
The spirit of unity which has en
al led our men in the battlefield to
c ercome eevrythins that divided us
R.ll. I confidently hope, outlast the din
of war. and aftr victory has been
gained will rightly bless and promote
the internal development of the em
pire" U. S. TUGS WATCH EITEL;
OFFICIALS GO ON BOARD
I Newport News Va.. April 2rT'0
: United States tugs from the Norfolk
i navv yard arrived here shortly after
noon looay ana urourcn .. mc . ...
Eitel Freidrich's pier. One tug. the
'Patuxent. was moored at the Eitel a
stern. The other, the Reno, tied up on
the opposite side of the pier. Shortly
before their arrival collector Hamilton
with a party of officials boarded the
Eitel. . , ,
Efforts to ascertain the mission of
the tugs and officials were unavail
ing. United States arillerymen with
bayonets on then- rifles turning back
inquirers 5 yards from the entrance to
the pier.
Lieut. Com. Svarx, V. S. J, was among
the government representatives at the
pier.
The War At a Glance
rstop your jhotor-car. I say!
Ton speeders keep in line!
All other truffle rouatgive way
To soup eo superfine.
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That is what makes Campbell's the
standard of tomato soup Quality!
This begins with the tomatoes red
ripe juicy perfect tomatoes, ripened on
the vines; and it extends equally to every
ingredient we use and every step m dieir
preparation and blending. "Quality
First!" is out watch-word all along the
line. You couldn't have better tomato
soup if you paid a dollar a plate.
And you are the judge and jury.
No matter whether you buy one can or a
dozen, our unlimited guarantee is just
the same-
Your money back if not satisfied.
21 kinds 10c a can
iAa
aturday
Specials
Oven Roast, lb. . : 15c
Pork Shoulder, lb 15c
Pork Ham, lb - 17 l-2c
Veal Loaf, 2 lbs. for , . . . . 35c
Home Cured Bacon, lb 22 l-2c
Hams, lb 22 l-2c
Pure Pork Sausage, lb . 20c
SPRING LAMB TURKEYS
CHICKENS PISH
HENS " . OYSTERS
Everything For Your EasW Dinner.
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Telephone f "ifl"li"J fV f& 220 Me,a
LFVY SROCEftY
fci W COMPA NY
tntDCRSELL.
ALL OTHERS
GERMAN submarines have sunk
six more vessels, one of them
flying a neutral flag. A Nor
wegian bark was torpedoed in the
North sea, by the L'-Z. and three
trawlers from th Tyne were
blown up by the U-10.
Heavy Fighting in I'rnnce
Heavy fighting has been re
sumed in eastern France .near the
German border. The of Ida I state
ment from Berlin says the French
were defeated in a battle near Le
I'retre forest and forced to give up
ground which they had won.
Klsewhere along the western
front there were artillery encoun
ters Thursday, but no infantry en
gagements of consequence.
Allied Aviators Damage Ci(lc .
Raids by two aviators of the al
lies in the German province of Ba
den inflicted damage in the cities
of Mullheim and Neuenburg. The
destruction of property in Mull
hemuis described in a London dis
patch as considerable, although
only slight damage was done in
Neuenburg.
Submarine Bxtend Operations
A decided extension in the range
of operations of German subma
rines is indicated by a Lisbon dis
patch to the effect that the U-3S
has been operating off the coast
of Spain. The British steamer
Southpomt, which went down off
Cape Finisterre. is said to have
been torpedoed by the U-3S. It is
more than 700 miles from Cape
Finisterre to the nearest German
submarine base. The cape is about
500 miles north of Gibraltar.
Turkey Decries Seeking Peace
The suggestion that Turkey was
on the point of suing for a separ
ate peace with Russia is repudi
ated by both Turkish and Russian
ambassadors at Rome. The former
is quoted by a Rone newspaper as
saying there was no reason why
Turkey should seeS peace, in view
of what he described as the excel
lent military position of his coun
try The Russian ambassador is
said to have declared his govern
ment never would conclude a
peace separately from Great Brit
ain and France
Battles In the Snow
Activities In the Carpathians Is
described in Berlin dispatches as
unusually bitter. The Russians,
pushing their way through deep
snow, are persisting In their ef
forts to dislodge the Austrians
from the passe and heights, but are
said to have accomplished little In
the way of definite successes. The
Russian war office, however, states
that substantial results have been
achieved.
In the campaign In northern Po
land an important victory is
claimed over the Germans, who are
said to have retreated hastily in
one section of the front west of
Niemen. river.
GERMANY SENDS NEW
THREAT TO ENGLAND
(Continued From Vase One).
I The French are now in possession of
only iwg diockuvhscb iu UIV lWCfc uvi
our most advanced positions.
"In the eastern theater of the war.
the situation is unchanged."
AUSTRIAN CIVILIANS ARE
STARVING; OPPOSE WAR
Rome. Italy. April J. Opposition in
Austria to the continuance of the war
is growing rapidly among the people
who are suffering most from the
J scarcity of food.
1 Violent anti-war demonstrations are
reported to have occurred in several
cities, especially Vienna, where a
crowd attempted to stone the windows
of the war office, but was charged by
the police and troops Several persons
are said to have been wounded and
many others arrested.
CALLES TO KEEP
BOflDERNEU?
Carranza, Orders Him to Do
Nothing to Endanger
American People.
Douglas. Arias.. April 2. Venustiano
Carransa has ordered Gen. P. JSlias
Calles. ins commander in Sonora. to
refrain from any activities which
might endanger life or property on
the American side of the border, ac
cording to an announcement today by
Calles. . . .
Calles said Carranza forwarded him
a copy of the telegram sent to the
state department at Washington in re
ply to the warning against violation
oi neutrality along the border given
Calles by CoL C M. O'Connor, com
mander of the United States border
patrol here.
Purely out of respect for the United
States, Carranza said his followers
would respect the neutrality or the
Sonora border, but without regard for
the Naco agreement negotiated with
the Sonora factions last December by
Brig. Gen. Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff
oi the United States army.
'This agreement, carranza said, had
ben rendered void by the almost im
mediate violation of its terms by 'gov
ernor Maytorena in occupying Naco,
Sonora, after both sHes had been con
sented to evacuate It.
CoL Miguel Samanlego's Carransa
troops which, after eapturing Mocte
zuma recently, aimed for Agua Prieta
to Join the garrison, are reported to
be surrounded by Villa forces In a
barren canyon south of Lang's ranch.
New Mexico, and St miles east of here,
close to the border. During the fight
ing, it is said, a number of Samanlego's
men, among them Capt. Carlos Valen
cia, crossed the frontier and were
taken into custody by United States
troops. Samanlego's men are said to
be without food or water.
Representatives of governor Ma
torena. a Villa ad' erent. state that
Gen. Trujillo, Gen. Sosa and other
leaders with their troops save small
patrols, are masslnr forces at Can
anea and have withdrawn apparently
from the region south of Agua Prieta.
SIUCHEITF
AMERICAN FLYERS
CHARGE $100 A DAY
(Continued From Fate One).
army officers here, for the reason that
Villa bas no means of speedy commu
nication. Railroads are so torn up
that, save for cavalry, military bodies
can make only a few miles progress
each day.
FDDR DISMISSED
Attachment Suit Growing
Out of Cruces Bank Case
Also Is Dismissed.
Las Cruces. N. M. April : The In
dictment against W. N Hagar, R. P.
Porter n I. Faulkner and t Hugh
Clary,' directors of the First ' State
bank, has been dismissed, owing to
the fact that the law does not require
the directors of a bank to sign state
ments regarding a bank's financial
condition under oath.
Attachment Dismissed.
Judge E. L. Medler yesterday dis
missed the attchment brought by Mor
gan Llewelljn agaiiut V?. N. Hagars
property. The judge also ordered the
injunction brought by Mr. Llewellyn
against Mr. Hagar. V. S. Stewart, pres
ident of the City National bank, of El
Paso, and others, dismissed. The at
tachment was brought against Mr. Ha
gar as surety on the bond of the First
State bank to Mr. Llewellyn and the
injunction had been obtained to aid
the attachment.
AT THE ZEIGER
A Souvenir Dinner, will be served
Easter Sunday. Every lady to receive
a Souvenir. $1.00 per plate. II to S
p. m. Advertisement.
Voir neighbor knoirn .that clean coal
and full weights mean fuel economy.
Do you? R. C. Semple. successor South
western Fuel Co. Phone 531. Adv.
TRANSFERS OF OFFICERS TO
DUTY IN PHILIPPINES MADE
V uhinatan. D C . April : The following
array orders hare baa Issued
Each of the following named officers U
tranatorred indicated, to Uk affect Jnly
1, and will tail from San Francisco. CaL. on
or about July t, Ut Manila far duty la the
Phlllpj-aaeB Capt. S. H. rArmond. from
5th to 2d field artillery: First Lieat L.
Jam, from 2sth to I4th Infantry: Second
Ueat. W H Gill, from Slat to th Infantry.
Soeoad Ueat. H. C. Davfcon. from SSd to
14th Infantry and Soeoad Ueat. D. R. Mc
Mlllem. from 12th to 24th mfaatry.
Leaves of absanee -"Tinted. Mai. Gen. W.
CL aortas, rarceoa general, sera days: Firat
Lienta H H Benaloa, corps of engineer,
on month and 1j dara.
First Lieut O R- Cole. 27th Infantry,
detailed for general rocraltlnj- aerrlce. He
will proceed to Kaaaaa City. Mo., and enter
on recruiting duty at that place, rellevlne
Mai. R. S. Woodson, United States army,
retired, from farther duty.
First Liaata. C H. Brown and D. Mc
Coech, Jr.. corpa of aaglneera, are retteved
from aaetsament to the 2d battalloa t ea
gtaeera and are asalraed to the Id battanoa
of enrmeera, to take effect spoa the de
parture from Texas City. Tea., of company
M. IU battalion of engineers, and will pro
ceed wtth that company to the canal aone.
IiniTIMI CRUISERS CEAS.B
WATCHRG NtSW TORK TORT
New York. April I. The two British
cruisers which have watched the en
trance to New York harbor for more
than a month, steamed away to the
south last Wednesday night, accord
ing to Incoming pilots today. The
pilots thought the warships were go
ing to strengthen the squadron lying
in wait for the Prinz Eitel Friedrich
off the Virginia capes.
A report was current in maritime
circles today that some of the German
liners tied up at Hoboken and Brook
lyn, would soon put to sea. Steam was
up on all the ships.
Sheet mu.i-le. 2 for Sc. Big selection of
popular numbers. Dunn's. -Mi Saa An
tonio. Advertisement.
GLOBE JURY TO INQUIRE
INTO ORIGIN OF LIQUOR
Globe. Ariz. April 2 It is thought
likely that the Gila county grand Jur
now In session, will investigate tr
origin of liquor, said to have ben frr-r-ly
consumed at a dance at Wheaifi.lil-.
and which resulted, it is said, in the ii
leged suicide of Mrs. Belle Murrav r
Globe, while returning from the ilan
It is clainfed that a number f wr
nesaes were so Intoxicated that th
could give the coroner's Jur no clea
evidence in regard to the shootirs; ':
Mra. Murray. Indications, howe-.fr ar.
said to have been that Mrs. Murra
ended her own life.
MAY TELL GRAND JURY OF
THE SALAZAR ESCAPE
Mra Celestino Otero, according t
New Mexico papers, is to be taken t.e
fore the United States grand jurj 'i
New Mexico when it convenes, and
questioned, regarding the escape of
Gen. Jose Ynes Salazar from the ltn
querque jail a few months ago. Mr
Otero is now in El Paso. She is the
widow of the man killed in El I'-i
some time ago by Elfego Baca, attoi -ney
for Salazar Baca claimed to h.ie
shot in self defence.
GERMAN ADMITS THEFT
OP SWISS PASSPORT
Philadelphia. Pa, April S. The mat
arrested here several days ago at the
instance of the Swiss minister it
Washington, charged with hairsr
stolen a passport issued by Switzerlan I.
admitted today that he Is Gustai e
Fahlisher. of Hamburg. Germany, a
cording to the police. The passport w s
stolen three years ago in Buenos ir-.
Argentina, and its owner is now .:.
Switzerland.
Your neighbor knows that clean -oa!
and full weights mean fuel econonr .
Do you R. C. Semple. successor South
western Fuel Co. Phone SIX Adv.
WARSHIPS AnB AWAITING
PRINZ EITBIS DEPARTURE
Baltimore. Md.. April 2. The Balti
more tug. Defiance was stopped by a
warship believed to have been the Brit
ish cruiser Suffolk, off the Virginia
capes early Wednesday and asked for
neuspapers and whatever information
the tug's captain could give concern
ing the German sea raider Prinz Eitel
Friedrieh.
Capt. Scott said that several big col
umns of smoke were visible on the
horizon, indicating the presence of oth
er warships. N
FRENCH SCBGBOX (iK.MiR.il.
THINKS AMERICAN FOR AID
Paris, France. April i. Surgeon
general Fevreyer, at the formal open
ing today oi the eye department oi
1 the military hospital, thanked Dr.
Louis Borsch, formerit of Philadel
phia, who is in charge of this depart
ment for the work he and other
Vmeri'-ans are doing for the French
wounded. Surgeon general Fevreyer
declared these labors were highly es
teemed by the people of France.
WILSON DENIES INTERVIEW
CABLED TO FRENCH PAPER
Washington. D. C, April 2. Presi
dent Wilson has issued a denial of the
authenticity of an lnterirew cabled to
tbe Paris Temps by Gabriel Alphaud.
secretaire-general of the Temps, who
was presented at the white house Wed
nesday. Tbe president said it had been under
stood in advance that Alphaud was
merely to pay his respects and that
there was to be no interview. Alphaui's
story quoted the president on Euro
pean and Mexican affairs.
President Wilson is quoted as having
said:
"Definite questions are at times con
sidered by Frapce or others of the
belligerent countries as prof that the
Ameican goverrnment - favors some
timed one and sometimes the others
I of the combatants. The two groups
ui oeuigcreni naitvns cvttiptaiii o; mo
attitude of the American government
in equally vigorous terms. Each time
one of these cases arises is it not proof
that tbe government of the United
States is conscientiously observing
the rules of neutrality?
"France will' avoid the error of be
lieving what Individuals of the peo
ples in the conflict often tbink that
is. that he who is not actively for
them Is against them. As to my own
sentiments regarding France. I ad
dressed a letter to the presidento( the
French republic that expresses them
4 clearly. Be sure that I 'do not think
an thing less than what that letter
sajs.''
Albambra Pictures, no vaudeville. Adv
CRAWFORD
THEATER
Kvery Evening at 8i30.
Matinee at 2:30 Tuesdaya, Thurs
days, Snturdaya and Snndaya.
Western Barlejque Wheel
Preaentlng
"IYDIIN MAIDENS"
la three acts.
Prices. Evening. S3e to l.jp
Matinee. 13c to 50c.
Wigwam Theatre
Today One Day Only Today
Incomparable Mary Fuller
In Edison's Exceptional Feature
"The Master Mummer"
By E. Phillips Oppenheim -
Tomorrow Only, Charlie Chaplin
IN A BRAND NEW COMEDY, "IN THE PARK"
Come to the Matinee Charlie is Here One Day Only
SPECIAL SALE
..-. r ir eTais" -t -.. farie Sfniifi Ranc r-sfw
ii Lans auer toaut -oc " r"" " " r. "" - v j
Lans basicrn lable reaches
3 Large Can Baked Beans. . .25c or pears 25c
3 Jars Kingsbury Jam or Preserves. 50; Regular price, 25c each.
Trade with us and save money. Mail orders given prompt attention.
Phones 505 & 506. 204 & 20fi East Overland St.
1 FISH FISH FISH
B IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES. NO EXTRA CHARGE. B
B SALMON. HALIBUT. RED FISH. B
FLOUNDER. ROCK COD. CAT FISH. E
FRESH SHRIMP. SAND DABS. CROPPIES.
PICKLED SHRIMP PERCH. SMELTS.
CRABS. TROUT. TOM CODS. flj
I ARDGBN'S MARKET 1
f PHONES: 800-801-802. fl
Tomorrow Day Before Easter Will Find
the Boston Store Prepared to Fill Your Easter Needs
Easter women's coats, suits, millinery, dresses, lin-,
gerie, men's wear, children's apparel, neckwear,
shoes, and anything the season demands are here m
almost never-ending variety at Lowest-in-the-City
prises.
Suits for Easter $12.95.
feitsriBg a ejection in gabirdfae, silk peffe, and Trench
serge shepherd's plaids and seBd esters with big patch pock
ets, belted and ripple effects, aH ses.
- Easter Dresses $12.95
offering a special group of beautiful creations in crepe de
chine s8k popn and messaHne ail sues boer, anty style,
high and low eoHar flare skirt, trimmings iactede pearl baltons,
hackles and lace to match.
Dainty Blouses $1.98, $2.98, S3.98
a ' comprehensive array ofiaster Meases in the materials
crepe de chine. Georgette crepe, French voile, chiffon over fin
lace long and short sleeves, convertible coBar bee and pearl
battos trimmings latest shades.
Children's Easter Dresses
$1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
RodBced from $3,60, SsjO, JjO aad Sf.se respectively
materials of Uce, crepe, organdie, shirred lawn, ehalHea siies
3-14 aH colors, long and short: effects, gires ef sSk, short
sleeves with Valenciennes edging.
Souvenirs-
Handsome souvenirs
for Easter ' will he
given to every woman
who visits our Second
Floor tomorrow Saturday.
Eastpr Millinery In Profusion
In Particular, Oar Collection at-
$4.95 and $7.50
Hats that dance over with charming ehic
Dress Hats and Tailored Hats of hemp, nailan,
leghorn, Georgette crepe and lemonade straw
' some of silk poplin trimmed with Georgette
crepe.
Tomorrow A Quick Selling tor these Silks
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FOE CHENEY'S "SHOWKR-FBOOf'" Ul-
tC T.ARI1S that hava hCB seiHoc for S6e thr
yard. A wide range of colors ao patterns, z in. wwe.
A O roR DOTTED PONGEE that formerly Was
4oC priced at $1.60 a yard. A very desirable ma
terial for blouses and dtcaoea- 2 w. wile.
M QQ FOR FANCY BROCADED SWavS in the
J) 1 .OO colors dark brown, bhte, tan' and pink,
only; regularly $2.25 yard.
CI 1 7 F0R CREPE DE CHINE in aH the ew
P 1 . 1 shades. 40 in. wide, usually $1.75 yard.
A O TOR CK1' r, UlLa in. an we wiswu
fCC shades, 34 in. wide, usually seH at S6e yd.
jn FOR TAFETTA that aaoaes in aovetty de
4aC sigM, also toBd colors. Width IS and 20
in, regular 75e yard value.
Mfj FOR NOVELTY CHECKEP FOULARDS
4 C AND TAFFETAS in the colors brown and
navy cheeks, resndarly 75e yard 20 in. wide.
QQ FOR BROCADED SILKS in mar different
5aC desigss and colors 20 in. wide woolly sold
for 85e yard.
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Housewares & Garden Tools
Basement Store
GRAY ENAMEL DISHPAN
Medium siae, reinforced
handles, roll top, lOqttart
capacity, O O
each OV
GRAY ENAMEL DOUBLE RICE BOILER Elec
tric reklt, round handle, small sise, OQ-
each 6J7U
GRAY ENAMEL SAUCE- KETTLE lapped, 1
quart capacity, bale, Q
each O
HAT TREES Made of Brushed Brass, well rivet
ed, reinforced, regularly $1.50; J" QC
special tomorrow, each P J. iwU
FEATHER DUSTERS A complete line of his
grade feather dusters just received a compre
hensive price range from 26c, 35c, 45c up to $$1-S5
featuring tomorrow a special lot at 1 Q
each JL l C
GARDEN SPRINKLERS Extra heavy galvanized
4 quart capacity, limited number, while np
they last, each awOC
GARDEN RAKES Twelxe prong, tor
garden or lawn, extra special, each
GARDEN HOES Tempered
steel blade, wood -1 Q
handle, each L 7 C
GARDEN HOSE 25 ft. long, j
cotton covered, a wonder-
eaV"": .$2.45
19c
WlfoMm
W
' Saturday Specials
Main Floor
Handkerchiefs 5 for 25c
Good aality linen lawn, initialed and: eaaaroid-
Boot Silk Hose 42c Pair
AH coasts, a durable dress hose.
Children's Sox 23c: Pair
SBk Kale, m pink, brne and white, fine wearing
quality.
Ivoroid Clocks 98c
In triangle or square shapes, an nceKcnt vahse.
Old Colonial Picture Frame 89c
Roman GoM finish on pedestal something ne
and quaint.
For the Easter Table
1847 Roger Bros. Silverware
A displav in our Basement Store of all the use
ful and novelty pieces for the Raster Table
Knives, Forks. "Table Spoons, Tea Spoons, Soup
Spoons, Dessert Spoons. Bouillon Spoons. Ice Tea
Spoons and After Dinner Spoons at Basement
Store, price!
Be sure and attend The Herald Cooking School tomorrow, then visit our
Basement Store for real values in Enamel "Ware and Aluminum Kitchen
Utensils.
6 P. M.-8:30 P. M.
Special Saturday
Colgate's Cashmere
Bouquet Talcum
Powder
9c
Limit 2
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6 P. M.-8:30 P. M.
Special Saturday
Colgate's Rapid
Shave Powder
15c
Limit 2

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