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FINDS TRIBE OF JEWS I Observes Good Friday ! Noted Traveler Here to Give Lecture at Temple Mt. Sinai on Discovery. -Or I Taitlo itch. noted arcbeolo iiKi tra.elr, of Taris. France, -will e Hi Mount Sinai temple this even s' en his travels and ciscoverles and t. 1 lal particular, v with his disco -t in l04.- of & hitherto unknown t: ' - f 190 000 Jews in Abrssinia. -ptaking of this tribe. Dr. Faitlo - h d-lari that they are descended - il from the ancient Israelites in ' iine They left Palestine about 1 i ini4' of the overthrow of the first i i l , about 2500 rears ago. and rai - . t ! to AMssima, where ttaej settled a flouriFhed. fh had a fairly complete history of the Israelites up to the time of their . D.. JJL: - r uy inuring u TOSS And Hanging Himself I i Brenham, Texas, April S John1 Divokj. aged 44, today. Good Friday. I made a cross of railroad ttes and, with ' irpiQiflTiiprmie , migration and believed that they were ' the remaining members of the Jewish rate iaid Lr Faitlovitcn. "i naa ait- fiiit- in their ramiHL in DrOVinsr tO them that I was of their faith. They his race to the east, hanged himself had lived in complete isolation from upon it. lie had been loach depressed the world and- were greatly surprised Vsmce his wife secured .a. divorce re to hear that other Jews were acattred cently. to all parts of the world. The Abjs- I sintan tribe are known as the rala staas and while they have lived in the midst of tribes of little or no religion, they have kept a strict monogmy, though their neighbors indulge in un limited polygamy. Are uperlor Itace. "The Falasnas are superior, pnisi- call , mentally and morally to their t neighboring tribes. At present they are in rather a distressing condition, ow ing to a civil war in Abjssima and to a prevailing epiilMnic of cholera." Dr. Faitlovitch is now on his first GET IT AT McMICKLE'S D (Loaf) McMickle Makes the Price Home Dressed Hens Only pound l.S Spring Lamb Leg and Chops, pound 17i Cranberries, Nice Fresh Stock, 3 qls 25 Brookfield Eggs Fresh Stock for Easter, doz 23i Remember we sell you the very best of everything. Butter Best Creamery, lb 32c New Spads, lb 10c Onions, 10 lbs. 25c Can Milk, 2 for 15c Can Tomatoes, 2 for 15c Cheese, Best Cream, lb 20c 2 Pa. Macaroni for 15c Bananas, doz .. ..' 12c Rhubard, lb 10c Fresh Peas, 2 lbs 25c Cotbage, Green Hds. 10 lbs. 25c Can Corn, 4 for . . 32c Lea & Perrins Sauce, bottle ..27c Bound Steak, lb 14c Loin Steak, lb 161-2c Rib Roast, standing, lb 15c Roll Roast, lb 171-2c Shoulder Pot Roast, lb 12 1-2c Park Chops lb 15c Pork Loffi, 1-2 or whole 14c Shoulder Steak, 2 lbs 25c Swift Premium Hams, lb...181-2e Swift Premium Bacon, lb 27 1-2c Picnic Hams 14c Freeh Oysters, pt 20c Snowdrift, 10 lbs $1.10 visit to America and has been here for three months. Even now, he declares, he is hardly prepared to express any decided opinion upon America or Americans. French Jews Loyal" Speaking of Paris after the declara tion of war.. lr. Faitiovitcb declared that for a few weeks conditions were an thing but pleasant, bat that the first excitement soonwore off and it was again the Pans of perhaps, subdued a bit. Asked if there was any hesitation on the part of the Jews of France in Join ing the French army, in' view e-fthe fact that France was fighting side bT side with Russia, a country where the lot of the Jews has not been a happv one. Dr. Faitlovitch declared that loy ally came first and there was no hang ing back on the part of the Jewish race. What will come after tbe war I cannot predict." he said, "bat I be lieve much better conditions will pre vail in Russia." DEFICIT IF Hli Arizona Lawmakers Use Tip Appropriation Before Bills Are aPid. P. --.- em m m Phoenix. An:. April ? That the Arizona legislature owed over 34000 when it concluded its regular session. March 11. has Just been learned Of the total. $3500 was owing to a Phoe nix '!rm for printing. The creditors will have to wait till the legislature makes a special appropriation, at the r?- . STRAWBERRIES, BOX 12c V Wo Delivery and Credit is why I Save You 25 Per Cent on Your Purchase Sen tntonlo V fjVg 1 C t I t 1H - .iS Court House BETTER COME EARLY and Avoid tie Rush, Yon can always do better at McMickles. Be Sure and ttend The Herald's Cooking School. Jl SILVER CITY RUN NOW IN PROGRESS Beginning at 6 oclock Friday morn ing auto loads of delegates to the cat tlemen's convention at Sitter City be gan leaving from in front of the Ho tel Sheldon and, by S oclock 38 cars had left. Besides this a number of El Pasoans left Thursday afternoon and the total attendance from this city will be well over so. Shortly after the first car left this morning a car with two .mechanics on board started on the trip and, with the departure of the last car at 8 oclock a recond repair car was sent oat. In thil manner it is expected that any delays that might be caused by breakdowns can be speedily attended to by one or the other of the repair cars. The El Pasoans arrive ft Deming at about noon afld, after lunch there, pro ceed to Silver City, arriving at Z oclock. They will return Sunday af ternoon. Each of the delegates was supplied with a ntmber of El Paso pennants and badges, which were used in decorating the autoe. Among those who decided to make the trip at the general meeting held j.nursaay night are w. c Award. George Wallace and wife and W. E. Mix and wife. J. F. Frimra, who ex pected to take about five persons in his machine, was unable to make the trip. old, though, ' coming extra session. whn the lefrilturji nui ti an vropnation of 350.00 was made to pav the expenses of the regular session. It j was divided into funds for the salaries 'Of members, salaries of employes and contingent expenses. Contingent ex penses included printing. About a week before adjournment it was discovered that there was not enough oney on hand to pav the clerks. A resolution transferring 3500 from the expense fund to the em ployes' salary fund was passed through tbe two houses. At that time it -was supposed that there would still be I plenty of money for expenses. On the last day this assumption was found to be incorrect. A bill making an entirely new appropriation of 35000 was passed hi the last hour of the session. When this bill reached governor Hunt he asked the wherefore. He sas someone told him the new appropria tion was made to pay the expenses of an extended session should the legis lators decide to- remain over the SO day period without pay. So he vetoed.! the measure. Now it develops that the 1506 was to pay tbe printer and other persons who bad bills against the legislature. ,i k 3K3 Z SATURDAY 61 EAT SPECIALS 12'2C ...15c 15c 13c T..rk Shoulder Roast, er lb Turk Legs, per lb , Pork Chops, rtor lb . ...... iVrk Loin, half or whole, .r lb Hens, per lb Our prices are low and we can deliver the good; SmIc Pork, per lb Pure Leaf per lb Round Steak, per lb Rib Roast, per lb Lard, 12'2C 122C ...15c ...15c 18c CABINET HEARS BUSINESS IS STEADILY IMPROVING Washington. D. C April i. Business conditions throughout the country show a steadv improvement, accord ing to reports made by secretary of commerce Red field at today's cabinet meeting. The secretary presented ex tracts from various representatives re flecting better conditions in many lines. Sensational Evidence In Salazar Case Promised By the Attorney General Santa Fe. X. L. April ;. Inlted States district attorney Summers Burkhart. with two secret service agents of the United States, has se cured evidence in connection with, the escape of Gen. Tnex Salazar from the Albuquerque Jail, to lay before the grand jury to be empaneled on Mon day at Santa Fe. by a federal judge from Dnluth. Minn, in place of judge Pope. Two attorneys, two New Mexico officials and three other persons, one of them from Mexico and the other two especially well known in EI Paso, it is said, will be placed in the posi tion of explaining some of the evi dence said to have been submitted by Mrs. Celestino Orto, of El Paso, the widow of a man recently shot at El Paso by Elfego Bac-. who claimed self defence. WEATHER BULLETIN. TJ. s. -auto deKrery. Union Meat Market 305 S. Stanton St E. H. BRUCE, Proprietor. Prompt Anto Delivery. Phone 2739 "MICHIGAN' WPE" SBTTLKS HUE VCII OF PROMISK SUIT Chicago, 111, April I. May Quintan Bradv. "Michigan wife" of state audi tor James J. Brady, who sued him for 350,000 some months ago for al leged failure to make the marriage good in other states, sued for annul ment of the marriage here today. Benjamin Ehrlicb. attorney for Mrs. Brady, announced that a setrthmaat of the bread of promise suit had been reached out of court. The lawyer de clined to State how much mAnv watt (involved in tbe settlement lOrNG GIRL nifrtPPHlRSs SHERIFF'S IU IS SKED The aid of the sheriffs office has been sought in the search for Irene Dalla, a young girl, who has disap peared from the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Geometz. Thursday night offi cers worked on the case and found evi dence that she was somewhere in the Mexican quarter. 1 ke UOCTOR, PVIQE r - . i gTMnZems jSacer The questions answered below are reneral in character, the rymplome or diseases are slven and the answers will apply in any case of sitailar nature. Those wishing farther adnee free may addreu Dr. Lewis Baker. College Bide, Colleae-Ellwood Sts, Daytoa. O, eBdosiBs; lself-addreased stamped envelope for reply. foil name ana aoaxess moat oe given, out only Initials or fictitious name will be used in my answers. The prescriptless ean be. filled at any wen-stocked drac stere. Any drsgslet can order of wholesaler. uii lor seeral years I ti io r ' f -r itrewing- stomach symp- t hj n a-, snur ftomath Ijelcbfbe. accn- r i tion nf gA heart-burn, drowsyness B1 i e ii ng sleeplessness, coated tOBKOe. t)Q i bpprf.tt. inertia ami im getting thin bi i i -ak mv cmnp'f.n n is poor, and so far 1 e not ?en impruv'eu b the medicines I liae takea. ' nswr Tow seed is medicine to aid f gestion overcome dyspepsia and tone up in stomach Itver and sowela. I advise yea i take Vtouhle-foor stomach and bowel medicine ' sold in sealed packets, by drug g sis with complete direction. soon be relieved. Comp. essence cardiol. 1 a., comp. fluid balaswort. 1 oa.; symp ssr saparilla comp, S oss.; wtse of cotefefeum. one-hsif oz.; sodium saUcyuste, i drams. Iodide of potassium. : drams. Miss Bertie K asks: "What remedy can job recommend to rsdece oeestty safely? I want to reduce aboet thirty poemds. Answer I rely oa flve-grsja srbolone tablets as being the most effectJre and con venient treatment to redeoe amiormal fat. Druggists supply thia la sealed tab with complete directions. Affer tbe rlrst few days a pound a day is not too macs reduction. DETROIT IS TO PURCII VSB STRKBT RAILWAY LIVES Detroit Mich-. April t. Announce ment was made today that the stock holders of the Detroit United rallwsv have authorised the directors of the company to accept the city's offer of 324.000,000 for the purchase or the city street railway lines. BAMtER. nsOVMI VICTIM. VniTBS OTEs K.M)S I.IFB Honolulu. T. H, April t Mark B. Robinson, capitalist and vice president of the First National Bank of Hawaii, shot and killed himself early today. In a note he Indicated that this act was caused by Insomnia. ESCAPE THROUGH COAL CHtTIC Leavenworth. Kas, April I. Egbert G. Ripley, formerly a trooper in the 11th United States cavalry, escaped from the guard bouse at Fort Leaven worth today by crawling through the coal chute Although the mvalrv and prison guard were turned out to hunt for the prisoner, no trace of bim was discovered. Ripley recently waa found guilty of highway robbery In Walsenburg, Colo, when tried by courtmartlal. DEPAKTJIENT OF AGRICULTURE. HMII1EK BUREAU. OkeervaHeas taken at S a. m, ?5th me ridian time (S a. m. Kl Paso time). April & ISIS. iriaoKrs. SOLSNfrtO J OTOHrri. J HrE.tlET , rrscr1v aaAtuoEVeSs l.rRc;rr cswy Forecast s. EI Paso and vicin ity Fair tMrigbt and Satarday; i warmer Saturday. New Mexico To night and Saturday, fair with rising temperatore. Arlsona Tonight and Satarday. fair; slightly warmer in aorta and central portieBS tonight. VTrt Tesaa Tonight, fair, with frost la ssutn. probably freezing In tral portions. Satarday. fair and warmer. Precipitation la last 34 bears (in inches "STAR The Pockel-Piece ofGtmaW Men Who Chew Are Men ho DO A CTION, ACTION, ACTION is the demand of the - movie public and the problem oi the movie maker." When snapping a big Dattle; staging a corona tion or picturing the "wild west" these action-makers relieve the "tension" with a good chew of STAR. 16 oz. Plags 10c Cuts Here's what you get when you take the STAR "tip" from these seasoned chewers : A thick plug-, which means that you get more o the mellow chewing leaf and that a STAR plug -won't dry out like a thin plug. A plug that never varies in quality and one that weighs 16 full ounces all the tune. sx i ! CHEWING TOBACCO LEADING BRAND OF THE WORLD Miss Adele writes- "My hair Is combing r i my scalp itches and dandruff Is very moying and I want sosnethiag to rare tnse conditions. Vnsner For hair and scalp troubles I h,e neer found anything to eqeal the bfnefidal results of a thorough treatment of plain yellow minyoL It is eoeltag. cleaasusg and invigorating, and thousands now ase it regularly as a hair and scalp tonic. Mrs. M D D. asks: "Do yon think It Is possible for me to increase my weight from 97 pounds to about 123 pounds." Answer Tea. I believe that the regular use of a special tonic tablet will do this for yon as It has for thousands of others. Ask yovr druggist for three-grain hypo-nocUne tablets is sealed package with fall direc tions. Take them for several months to get tbe fait benefit. Hcnrv J. c writes: "Something- seems to 1 - rong ith my system and I don't knor v hat it isv I have huge poffs- under say e m eyes are Moodabot la morning and t feet and ankles are swollen. Sometimes I have , hills and feel weak and tired moat of the time" nswer Your eliminating organs, such as lner and kidneys are ia used of treat Tiiotii Begin taking balmwort tablets at m Get thorn in sealed tabes srtth fail 0 rations of any veil-stocked druggist. i" V r asks- "Please relieve me of a rate1 tongue, foul breath, headache, con stipation aad general ill health." Ansaer If habitnallv constinated. vou should take, three-grain snlnhaib taMels lust i j sulphur) and arouse the organs which eHmi- and rest nate -naste material from your body. These j should. Auicia pufu irc Bvsoat ana issprove ine health bi acting oa the liver, kidneys aad l.nwels Obtain In sealed tubes with full I bltlon oirections. "Bay" writes: "Can a sufferer from bronchial trouble be relieved? Doctors do not seem to help me, what would yoa sug gest 7" Answer: To relieve chronic cold, sore throat, bronchitis. I would advise the use of concentrated essence mentho-laxene. Pur chase this at any drag store in 2 oz. pack ages and mix according to directions given on bottle aad you will very shortly be re lieved of all bronchial trouble. This will not only relieve, but will correct, aad is very pleasant to-take. M. G. W. asks: "What can oa do fer a bad catarrhal condition? I have suffered a lone; time aad am unable to find relief. Ia additloa to catarrh in throat aad nostril. I am also affected uith Pelvic Catarrh '(or leucorrhea.)" Answer: A good tonic and builder sura three-grain hypo-nuelane tablets aBd up veer vitalitr. while usiuc antiseptic Vilane Powder for local treat ment. Get either a two or eight ounce package of the powder and complete di rections with, package will tell you how WYMAX SK.VT TO FORT. Ed Wyman. a soldier of the JOtfc la. fantry. who has been held by the civil officials on a charge of attempted as sault, has been transferred to the fort where lie will be given a bearing be fore a court martial. Blcry Boy and Girl Should enter tbe Globe Mills prize contest. See Saturday's Herald for complete Information. Mall or bring your stories to Globe Mills Editor, El Paso Herald. ------,- -- . . . n nj-lr - Hair Tinting;! j Eade Easy ji ' -i" --iirnmn ii.n.n.ruL Weather at a. Lowest temp, last Bight Highest yesterday Temp, at a. m.... Abueae ;s Amarlllo. ...r c Atlanta 4 Boise. Idaho 2 Bostoa as Chicago Denver..... as ClnciaBatt It Detroit i Duluth. Jama 1. El Paso ti Galveston 44 Havre. Moat i Jacksonville. Little Rock U Los Angeles it Nashville K New Orleans 4C New York X Omaha rz Phoenix 14 Rapid CHy. 8L D. Koswell St. Louis Halt Lake CHy... Saa Antonio San Francisco... Santa Fa Seattle Washington Wichita, Kaaa. . . Tuma 1 I G. H. MACHINIST DIES . FROM ACCIDENT AT SHOP Edwmrd I Harrl. a macblnfet at tbe G. H. & S. A. ahopc died at a local hospital Tbvradav as a reavlt of tajaiiea rvcelvcd In an accident at tn ahaea or Wednesday, mhen be waa cancbt bat ween a steel post and a large engine drive wheel. wbJcb be had been morinir He waa badlr crruaed abont tbe abdomen. He waa married and with hi wife and 14 rear old aen made bla borae at MX WvnsHrna- strsst ttm 1 " wau. - vf a a north aad eea- ! and had been a resident of B Paso for many years aao araa prouameat ta railway nsoeeaa ical ctrciex. I -mH Funeral services will be betd at the First I Baptist charch. oa Saturday afternoon at . by tbe Rev J. F. Williams, later- ment will be In Evergreen cemetery The 1 is I ..18 . 44 . t . SC . II .. t . M . 1 . M 34 IS 5 It a n M Jl 24 41 44 1 St JS it 14 44 14 I 54 as :s 1 44 XI (4 15 5 14 It (4 Cloudy rata cloudy cloudy cloudy SfflOW cloar Pt-eldy dear cloudy cloudy cloudy cloudy cloudy cloudy rain cloudy clear clear dear clear cloudy clear doady clear rain cloudy clear dear 0 0 .1 0 0 0 e 0 e 0 0 0 1.41 CATTLE QUARANTINE WILL BE MODIFIED SAYS-HOVERN0R Austin, Tex, April 2. There wtU be a modification of th3 state's foot and mouth disease quarantine against the world, declared governor Ferguson to da, after he had a conference with J. H Avery, chairman of tbe livestock sanitary committee, I have not finished my conference with Mr. Avery." said tbe governor, "and cannot say lust to what extent the modification win be." Mr. Avery, when seen, declined to discuss tbe situation or indicate just what modifications are. urged ia tbe present quarantine regulations. reauates are la charge of stcBeau, Simmons a: naruero. TTiE COURTS ComfnrwcivA Kl rao Precipitation. Jan. 1 to March Jl. lacloaire. 1911. .1.T5 m. Jan. l to March Jl. indnsfre. 1M2.. .4 in. Jan. l to March 11. inclnatre. 1913.. 04 In. Jan. 1 to March , Inclnatre. 1914.. . to. Jan. I to March 31. lnclualve. 191S..3.94 In. Normat Jan. 1 to March 31. tndwlre.1.35 In. Mater Condltlonn. Illo Grande Project. HeUht Content Mm.. Water Acre Pt. Elephant Bwtte reaerfalr. . 54.6 Ft. 4.5Se Incrnaaa in hour. 9.7 Ft. 2,983 Plow at Saa Marcial U99 Second Ft. Plow from reeerroir 7S9 Second Ft. For irrtcntlon Leaabnrc canal 3SS Second Ft, For ln-saUon Franklin canal 198 Second Ft. Date April 1. 1915. MOTH Ol OF MRS. 1IATFIHLD niBSt was prom Indiana Mra. Mary Isocy Hearickaoa. 88 years of aa. who came to S Paeo abant four months aso to Ttatt her danshter. Mrs. Andrew J Hatfield, died on Thnraday. at tbe dasto ter'a home. 119t North Stanton a-treet, 9ae was a natlre of Kentucky, but bad made her home In Indiana for many years. Funeral aerrtces were coadocted at the chapel of McBeaa. Simmons Hartford Friday moraine by the Rev. Francis C Roy and the body waa ahftsped this afternoon ta Mag-net. Ind.. for Interment. II. M. UALKRR SAYS ROAd4 FIXE. Henry M. Walker. accoapaBied by hH wife and son. has returned from Hot WeH. In El Paso county. Van Horn and Bast Serinfa The trip was made by anto and Mr. Walker rcDorts tbe roads are In fine condition and the nntl rinjc" commissi eaers are nak.nc them still better. He says the raace la fine and there ia a btc crop of jackrsbMts. MEXIC.VX LAUORER'S LEG 13 DROKBX DV A A VAC OK A waron Tan down Hipollto Castsnada Thursday evening: on Alameda, avenue tn Raat BI Paso and his right lee was broken. The Mexican was a laborer who had been worktof In the eastern part of the city aad was returnlnr to his home when the wagon struck him from behind. The waron driver did not stop to aid the injured man. who was later takea to j Hotel JMeu. where ne waa etven meeneai attention. Tbe police have been unable to locate the wasea driver. ST DISTRICT COURT, r. K, Price. ltt iiasag. W. B. Freeman vs. Texas A Pacific Rail way (.ensny. salt for 83599 damage for death f bane; on trtaL 31TH DISTRirT COITIT. U". D. Howe, rmt&og. State of texas n V t jswa. murder. Mntence prona-meed. TH DISTRICT COURT. BaHard CoWtreH. PrMt-dmr Idttia Peres vs. Atchiaon. Tafjaka Santa Fe Raflwmy campaay. suit fer 349,999 dam ages for peraoaal injuries, filed. COUNTY COURT. A drum Pool. lreMfHNr. State of Texas vs. C. A. Medua. affravated aaaat: filed. State mt Texas va. Zsouis Pineda. doNn aueut. filed. State of Texas u X J. Ranquillo. carry Ibb a sestet, filed. J U RtxaogT vs. W. R. Schutx. suit oa contract, en trial. John C I. streaffth and writes: Iffoinc." T find my natural system failing me, of yore. Mr food seem not to benefit as they Am weak, despondent end un perform the duties a htch were earlier in life, while mv nw for work and pleasure is slowly Sarah " says- "(mm anytbinc be done for oie who i& bothered with rheumatism. If ar please reply " Answer Tou can be relieved of t "urnatjem ir you take 1 t shakinjr viel! and tike zr--(U umes anu i oea ;me and oa a Answer I tonic and I think a powrrful, harralew-, n-Tvine medicine will r- 1 jutcDue ana restore tne lunctions f rti- frestlon. assimllatJon anad elimination by ur,aln. if .you take the foMowln Mix I .brarain 5omen. ulSSael3" n teaspoonful at ; sealed tnl and take n.r rtlr.o.inn. will laccompanlng. Advertisement Many thousands of women have put up with streaked and grav hair be cause they knew of no absolutely safe way to overcome this robber of youth and attractiveness. After all, one of the chief pleas ures in life is that of appearing 'in as attractive a manner as possible. "Brownatone" Hair Stain will help you in just this emergency. With it you can touch up the gray spots in stantlyor yon can In a few mo ments time give to your hair that rich, soft brown, so much to be ad mired. Or, you can make It a gloscy black If you prefer. All this without tne possiBiuty of detection, failure or barm to either hair or scalp. Xo previous experience whatever la necessary when you use "Browna tone." Jnst brush or comb It into the hair. A sample and a booklet will be sent jou upon receipt of 10 cents. Alf of the leading drug stores sell "Brownatone." Two sizes, 2Sc and J 1. 00. Two shades one for golden or medium brown, and the other for dark brown or black. Insist on "Brownatone" at your hairdresser's. Prepared by the Kenton Pharmacal Co 554 E. Pike St.. Covington, Kv Sold and guaranteed in El Paso, by The Warner Drug Co. and other lead ing dealers. Adirtisemer.t. ORAM) JUnV TIKBS Up CSK OF "-IIIbTAKB.-V'' filUI, New York. April 2. Tbe federal grand tery has taken up the case of Miss Kee Tanzer, who was held for that body on a charge of using the malls to defraud, after she had entered suit for J50.000 against Jaroes W. Os borne, former assistant district attor " f New York, alleging breach of Promise to marry. Robert Wood, assistant United States district attorney. In charge of the case, entered the grand Jury room Thursdav afternoon. bearing a transcript of the statement Miss Tanaezr made three days ago in which she said sbe made an honest mistake" when sbe identi fied James V. Osborne as tbe man she I knew as Oliver Osborne with whom one naa associates:. James W. Osborne was under subpena to appear before the jury. COUNTY fet'IIOOI. KI.ECTIO.Y TO BE HELD SATtHDVT An election for the selection of a county board of education and for the election of trustees in the various coim mon school districts of the county will be held Satnrda. At Ysleta property owners will also tote upon the propo sition of issuing J 17.00 in bonds for the construction of school buildings. The following considates will be vottd upon for members or the board of "du ration. A Kinkel. district No. 1: W T. lun an. district No. 2. W. II. Webb. dU tnct No s. W. C. Carson, district Ho. 4; and G P Putnam, at large. AT THE ZEIGEE A Souvenir Dinner will be served l:atcr Sunday. Iery Indy to receive a Souvenir Jl 00 per plate. 11 to 8 p m Advertisement. OCBAX FIIEIG11T HATBS OX COTTON ADVAXCI.NG Galveston. Tex.. April 3. Recent gradual advances in ocean freight rates on cotton culminated today in quotations of Jl ft per 100 pounds to Liverpool and J 1.18 to Havre. A few weeks ago the rate had been as low as Jl IT'. Tonnage offerings are not abundant. Mothers Tell of - Mother's Friend Exp!rltnf Is or should be onr best teacher. -Women who have obeyed the nignest and noblest of all sacrinces. tha struggle for the life of others, should nave a better idea, of helpful Influence than those who theorize from, obser tatlon. At any rate when a prospective grasd- rnother urges her daughter to do as she did to use "Mother's Friend." there b ample reason to believe It the right kind of advice. Its purpose is to furnish pHancy teg tha znusclet, to take away the strain on" the cords and ligaments, to relieve the ten sion of nerves and tendons so apt to provoke or aggravate nausea, morning sickness, twltchlngs of tbe Hobs aad co on. It is applied externally. Although, in the nature of things a woman would use "Mother's Friend-' bat rarely, yet so effective has it been found that this splendid remedy Is on sale In moot drug stores throughout the United States. It has been prepared by Bradfleld. ncsuauir 1.0., dim lamar liMS-. Atlanta. Ga . and advertised bv ns foe nrtr vears Ask. at the drus store for a bottle ' 9h11 le forfeited, f Hosier's rriend. It is worth while. w'k- however JUSTICE COURT. J. M. Dearer. rivMing. State of Texas vs. Tom lobatbam. burglary and theft of over $50, bound over to grand Jurv. Armour fe company va Martin Dieten berger. suit on account; filed. James MeQuown vs. Texas Bank & Trust company, garnishment, filed. State of Texaa va. Vnrioue Comaoan. disposing of mortgaged property, held to grand Jury under ST0A bond. State of Texaa vs. Louis Hetzler forgery; hoht to -strand Jury under $ bond. State oi Texas va C E. Wallace, huor Marv: Sled. Scato of 1V-:as va Tom- Robatham, bar- 1 rmry ana inert over se. neld to srand jury , under ISM bond. l State of Texas vs. Caadado Ortiz, furu-ury; I filed. 8tate ef Texaa va Cora Shannon, as sault to murder: defendant waived exaasl aatlen and vraa bound over to tha fraud Jury on her own reeeeaisaace. M. Melvtn vs. M. M. Gamble, gurulahmeat; dismissed at plaintiffs costs Domlnao Herrera et ux va Neater Ba ruada. salt on contract, filed. J. J. Murphy rrrsMinr;. 8tate of Texaa va F C. Nelson speedinc;; pleaded guilty and fined an! costs State of Texas vs. C G Telton. speeding-: pleaded guilty aad fined Z and coats. State of Texas vs. Jose F Anchonda. reck less driving, pleaded mtitr and fined W and costs. Experienced Great Agony W.M. C Bealafeld, Who Lives Near Wilkinsburg, Pa., Had Startling Ejcperience It ia often asked if it is not difficult to secure voluntary testimonials fur aay remedy, no matter how much good it ia doing. As a matter of fact, verv many testimonials are received in eac'i city where Plant Juice, the ne herbal stomach remedy is being intro duced and those are selected whu i are written with a genuine desire to benefit other fellow sufferers. This was what prompted Mr W -vf C Bealafeld. who lives in Penn towi -ship, .Pittsburg, Pa- and is by occupa tion a butcher, to make the follow m statement- He is well known an 1 popular He said. "I was born and raised In Wilkins burg and have lived there for the pat sixteen years. Some of my fncn.la that I know in Wilkinsburg recom mended Plant Juice to mo and I was induced to try it. as I had suffered fn.ni stomach trouble and waa subject t cramps in m limbs, until at right T could not sleep. It seemed as thoug'i a ball or lump would form. In the mus cles After I had lost an entire night s sleep and experienced untold agon v. for the pain was frightful. I could oi 1 obtain relief by the use of water an.l massage I am glad I took my friend advlie. for after using Plant Juice it improved mv stomach to such an ex tent that the tramps have entirelv ,i -appeared and I am now entirelv iure' as 1 have not had a symptom of t cramp since the third day's use or Piat Juice. I heartily recommend it t others " Plant Juice is sold in El Paso at V a Kelly-Pollard Drug Store, where it s being Introduced and Its merits e plained. Advertisement. QUICKLYSTOPSKEAD COLDS AND SNUFFLES k"'1"1 '" Cae of Mot CeUc. "Sew fisrmltldal Ah- Treatment Best Remedy Foe These Common Ailments. BAK. yrOCKHOLIIKRX bTAMJ Il ItRKiTKD PREMDKXT Pueblo. Colo.. April 2 At a meeting Thursdav night, which lasted until midnight, minority stockholders of tbe defunct Mercantile National bank went on record as being ready to stand by W. B. Slaughter, president of the bank, who was held for trial in SlO.OOu bonds charged with embesxlement of $20,009 j jour cwuuit luuos vh urpusu in mo oanK. It was the consensus of the meeting that Mr. Slansrnter had been arrested -with undue haste and that ho HhAniH h. sflv.n fin Aiiiwvrtiinlr, tn v ........ 1 cernii in into the affairs of the bank and place i ;i,"tr,' Reliable authorities say that upwa aoperceul of the so-called colds, in the ( and throat are In reality Oangerous In i tlous of the presence of acute catarrh. h , ou hear a person sn.ex or mnvK ir. .1 .. certain they are throwinc utarrh nns int , the sir for some othr person to brathe i i Its jui.t aa certain that t ic person breathl i - these temu WiM Mian hnv. !, nr ... I tsrrhal cold The time tn mnks these s.nn harmless and drive out our latarrhal oil Is the ver tastant oq f.el desire to yneeie or .ourh or start to snufre and lpo vi u nose every tew minutes. The naUkeM and purest t ty to step a head 10I.1 and drive , mLareh v.rm. em r vtetn m t0 nour a fe riroTM of the oil of Hvoniei ipronoumetl Hish-omei mt. one of the Hvoraei in.iallnr tl.vice vhi. such funds as b In Its coffers to shortage mav- have available offset part of the LICBXSK"! OF II bI.Olls IN BROV".Vll.I.K IN III. KD Austin. Tex, April Kiev en licenses of salooVmen at Brownsville are in volved In tile investigation which is now being made bv controler H B Ter rell, and chief liquor permit clerk Humphreys. Controler Terrell said to dav that Mr Humphrevs is completing the work of taking depositions and as soon as the testimonv renchcK bee b and advertised by ns for over twenty i w"' decide whether or not the licenses an is may Dt next the come mth each large packa? and plat tt t 1 lnhjlr ivimfen voUr Itpa and breathe tha I but pleasant -wUlny air iu throat and lunf lhis air utt-- II 'atarrh aenn life nnlcklv ancm 1 d "ir Dttsd xcs mnkra Krrathi aarr. rear wir tuff-u up bead. rteanau your ihroa: an-l tnd -ur snuffling n 1 noae blowinjc There -r din ,1 no qui K -or irore aatis,f t tor najftor Hreakin,: up a, cold Men after tt ih ntllVir ed. and t f- weak ue will Jo tva with all dam: chronic catarrh Sold b Imgiriits e rv -where Intluilmr K-My $, Pol nrd. w h0 aK- to return th' fu purrhijf Mice to a who ne It anl are not satKfu-.J In buMnr IIomel f"r the firsst er urf set tb tatr ae vtae whtch rmtHiiu th inh . aa thi li ery assentlal for bt re-uit-de-ttement Herald Want Ads for results.