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EL. PASO HERALD
HUES; Portland, Ore., April 23 Mario Lom bard!, operatic impresario. Is dead and Ms widow, it is said, cannot survive. Lombard! died Thursday at a hospital of apoplexy. Sigroora Lombard! was found In her apartments Thrrsday and with a bottle of poison beside her ' bed. Physicians said she had taken a large amonnt of It and that she could hardly recover. Slgnora Lombardl is 12 years aid; her husband was (7. He was impresario of- the Italian Grand Opera company, and for years was manager of what was knows as the Lombard! Opera company. JHI. mrMlaTTssT-TFT-BaTirrTi-r in ToV. J5r I9BBBBBB&. 1 3lS "Just look at its tempting color!" Yes, almost everybody speaks of that and this color is purely natural. So is the fragrance and the flavor. Every thing is natural about Campbell's Tomato Soup The tomatoes are as fine as nature produces anywhere. We put, them up with all their natural freshness and tonic quality retained. And their blending with the other choice materials we use produces a combination which is a nat ural food, which appeals to a natural 'ap petite, and which nourishes and stimulates in a natural and healthful way. That's why it pays you to buy it by the dozen, and keep it handy. Your money back if not satisfied. 21 kinds 10c a can !IKS. frlsmisrrr7TTr-sTrrTiiwi i in iS'f-'3!Zy J I MEAT SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY H Prune Rib Roast, - flfo-. Boiling 3Ieat, "1 f- H BBBJ POT ID " JIT ID Jk BBH H Shoulder Pot Roast f )U-. Pure Pork Sausage, rjA B per Jb l&'jZC per lb iUC B H Home Made Bacon, ftg jH H per ljj uOC H I POULTRY, ALIVE AND DRESSED 70 ORDER i I OPITZ EVf AH ICET M,m 913 "rCT Htanfnn Pftnno ISfi ! i- jmmmi W ! MVUUVVUt W UWMV .-.WW HH ' WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS. gj I MIES Visiting Rabbis and Distin- tinguished Lodgemsn Here Tuesday Evening. B'na! B'rith day will be celebrated next Tuesda) with a service at Temole Mt. Sinai in charge of the El Paso lodge, B'nai B'rith, Tuesday evening, starting at 7: JO oclock. A number of distinguished visitors will be here on that day to assist Rabbi Martin Zielonka and the local lodge to celebrate the dav Anions; others will be Rabbi Henry Cohen, of Galveston, who is well known in 13 Paso and nho will deliver- an address during the evening. Rabbi L. J. Roth stein, of Alexandria, La : Rabbi A. B. Rhine, of Hot Springs, Leon, Schwartz ana a. a. .rorcneimer. or Mobile. Ala, will also be here and Will take part in the program. Ett Route to San Francisco. The visitors are on their way to aan Tanclsco to attend the constitu tional prand lodge of the Independent Order Bnai B'rith. Because of their early departure for the coast Tuesday evening the services will start promptly at 7.30. The members of the El Paso lodge have Invited their families and friends to the service. The program will open with a short address by. Rabbi Zielonka. who will welcome the visitors and will introduce them. Rabbi L. J. Rothstein will de liver the opening prayer; Miss Delia Rosensteln will sing a solo: H. A. Forchoimer will deliver the first address lor tne visitlnc Indira mn- Miss-Annie Stolaroff will play a piano solo. "Exos." by Foerster; Rabbi Henry Cohen will give an address; Miss Rosa Goodman will play a piano solo, by Rudolph Prime, Leon Schwartz will then speak. A duet by Miss Delia Rosensteln and Harry Rosenstem will follow atfer which Rabbi A. B Rhine, of Hot Springs, will make the closing prayer. Week GENERAL MANAGER G. S. WAID HERE IN PRIVATE CAR TEXAS George S. Waid, general manager of the Sunset-Central lines, and Mrs. Waid are spending a few days in El Paso. They arrived on Thursda evening, their private car. Texas, being attached to No. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Waid came with TV. S. Harkness. a director of the G. H. & S. A., and Henry X. Evans, who have a private car party en route to the California exposition. Mr. Waid was formerly superintend ent of the EI Paso division. He will return to Houston Sunday. 3IECICAX INJURED IX RBXIWVV RBCOrERS MS' DAMAGES A jury in the S&th district court Thursday afternoon brought In a ver dict of $40 for damages for personal injuries in favor of E. Hlnojoaa, who sued the Southwestern Paving com pany and others. The verdict was against George & Brady. The cement company was held not responsible. Minojosa claimed to have been injured in a runaway. Why Xotf Navajo rugs on the floors of that new bungalow will produce that desired and Inviting effect of restfuiness, peace and comfort. They are particularly suitable for modern homes which have polished narawooa hoots, xney help to Keep your home sanltar. arc easily cared for, more satisfactoi. than old fash ioned cover-all-dju-'t-nnd-iffms-carpeta See these genuine najo rugs at Beach's xt Miop, , lr Pioneer Plaza, Cit N'atl Balk BIdg (Advertisement ) WILL Attend the MOOSE Y BOOSTER VAUDEVILLE SHOW HE rreatcst animal play ever stag ed. tnlTercal C ty C al., zoo con- . -... ,u,.u9 fcu. ,n emu psny with the fearless Marie Waleamp and Bex Be Rosselll. make a wonderful Photoplay or love, adventure and narrow escapes from wild beasts that Is poal tlrely attosndlas In Us realism. Don't fail to see this. Tell all yoar friends about it, too. See the Fight Between Man and Beast B a IA B M SB B S 2OL0CAL STASiS20iU!I TOEttORROW Proceeds for Campaign to Locate Million lit C DA CD Dollar Moose Tnbercnlnr Sanitarium 111 CL rflOU ' T EXAS fi THEATER UNDAY APRIL TONIGHTCraWfOrd THEATER THE WESTERN BURLESQUE WHEEL PRESENTS "A Night at Ryan's Drug Store" Bob Miller, Black Face Comedian "A Day at Paso del Norte Hotel" Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c. Country Store Tonight THE NEW PLACE V-J1I WBSR-A CPSTA1P-S ALH 1IBR Y THEATER. Orchestra 0 to 11 p. m. H. E. Van Furdam . ... Pi mist George Zierk . ... Monnist BANCE ir YOU LIKE. Usht Lnnthes. Delicious Canfeetioni, Soda. PIIOVE 6470. bftssW COMPAFVIV COMPANY EXTRA SPECIALS rWDEBSELL ALL OTHERS 3 Jars Kingsbury Jams, all flavors . 50c (Regular price 25c eaca.) 7 Cans Armour's Chicken Tamales 50c (Regular price 15c each.) lRAT WITH US AND SAVE MONEY MAIL ORDERS PROMPT ATTENTION Phones 505 & 50? 204 & 206 East Overland St. DUNLAP GROCERY COMPANY Phone 3SS 33 Texas Street Strawberries Sew Potatoes 1'ItGSH EGG SVrillDAY SPECILS Tomatoes. 4 cans 2ocJ Peaches, 2 cans 25tt Pears, 2 cans 35p Milk, 2 tall cans. . 15 Sugar, 16 pounds $1.00 Pweapple, 2 cans 25d Lemons, per dozen 15 Polly Prim Cleaner, 6 for 25 Broom regular 40c. for 30 e Matches. 8 boxes 25c IMIONK li lOlK ORDERS A e appreclnte 7onr pnf ronsgr. Trorapt Deliver J. End Tub Sale Specials That Promise To Mafe Tomorrow, Saturday, The Busiest Shopping Day Ever FIFTEEN DOLLARS Is The Price Tomorrow of Any $22Womens' Suit In The House the most complete assortment at a single price that we have ever assembled and, we believe, the fullest measure of "value" at the price, ever offered in this etty. Materials include French serge, covert doth, gabardines with black and wliite striped collars trim looking belts neat patch pockets, all sizes. Blouse Reductions You won't have to feel as if you should keep the coat of your new suit buttoned if you get one of these new but very low priced blouses mate rials of voile, china silk, striped materials and shirred lawns with the high collar usually priced at $1.75 Saturday "Special ised" at 98c Or if your mind should be set on some higher priced one, let us show you these $5 lingerie, crepe de chine and Georgette crepe blouses, specially priced tomorrow at $2.95. (Second PloorX -J V&vi HBT M I k. Mi ali iiyill HIU fliillllllllllllllllllllllllllHS . sAsnnstllimv A IIVssl-tMnF n lhta Main Floor Saturday Specials Hosiery Offerings. WOMEirS COBWEB BOOT SILK HOSE All colors a desirable and good wearing hose usually sold for 50e pair, Saturday QQ special, pair 02C CHILDREN'S SILK FINISH S0& A dressy and excellent wearint: sor, in pink, blue, red, white and black, regularly sold for 25e pair. Special for -I fj tomorrow, pair X - V Ribbon "Economies. SILK RIBBON 9c All colors. 2 1-2 in. wide, usually sold for 121-2e yard. Saturday Q Special. Yard JC FANCY "RIBBONS 39c Made of moire, some of silk, in fancy stripes and all color combinations usually sold for 50e yd. OQ Tomorrow at only, yard. . O J C Specials in Glov.es. SHORT SILK GLOVES 39c In black and white 2-ctesp, regular SOe pair, quality QQ Tomorrow, pair Ji7v LONG SILK GLOVES 59e 16 button, in black and white, usu ally priced at 85c pr. CQ, Special for tomorrow, pr . . O tJ C Handbags for Less. $1.00 HANDBAGS 79c Made of silk moire and leather with purse, mirror and accessories, regularly priced at $1.00 7Q Saturday Special dZfC 4 $4.50 HANDBAGS $2.49 Of pin seal, some of genurae India goat silk poplin lined with mirror, puree and manicure set regular J4.56 bags specially dj A r , prieedal P.ti7 Basement Specials Saturday. VEGETABLE TUREENS Plain white and white, with colored and gold floral designs wiUt cover regular 59c tureens spe- QQ cully priced tomorrow at J 1 C DINNER PLATES Plain white porcelain, deep gold band decora tion usual 16c value, f for s7C i i I I I V -I JWSs i H II Ml' bbbbW ! 9l Mil a nul TJ COPYRIGHT ISIS t TwC HOUSE OF KUPPIKHDMCH I The Children's Store On The Second Floor Offers For Saturday: GINGHAM DRESSES 49 for girls who wear sUes 2 to li and of sack wearing qualities as wilt flatter their low price pretty rHtle dresses for school and play PLAY DRESSES 9S? and "a collection that is not excelled by any other in the city at this low price, formerly being priced at $1.78 materalg inuiuJs pique, voile, tissue and crepe DRESSES FOR OCCASIONS $1.98 with all the new style features as evidenced by the snspondsr effects, flare skirt sizes 2 to 14 radically lowered from 9M6 CHILDREN'S MILAN STRAW HATS 49 you'll wonder how we can sell them as low as they are bat that's just a secret of our buyiBg organisation in New York daintv creations trimmed with flowered crepe and ribbon CHILDREN'S DRESS HATS 386 made of milan, hemp, horsehair braid trimmed with flowers and ribbon, flounce and lace edging usual $1.75 values r r IJaI Wf Toilet Goods Specials All Day Saturday. We reserve the right ' OBantitisc. 25c Colgate's Charmis Faee Pewder Tub Sale Prices on NOTIONS Package' Pins 1e Roll Tape 1e Package Safety Puss 2c Package of Pear! ButtosH 2c 209 yds. J. P. Castes Creehet Cottoa 3c Package of Hooks and Kyes 3c Innomtiost Collar Stays 4c Darner 4c 21-2 yd. Corset Laces, far "...5c Richardson's Cotton Floss, 3 skeins 5c Stiekerei Braid 5c Yard Web Efcwtae .' 8c Dose Shell Hair Pins , 9c OMO Dress Shields 19c Electric Hair. Curler 21c SanHarv Gowns ,29c J NEW AND DIFFERENT! Bronze Pumps Make Their Bow For Favor Fiftfe Avenue Gaiter ')ZJ9ffr fIflp Pump of bronze kid, bro caded doth top, Freach Louis Heel. Turn Sole beauty! The Pair .J ml $5.00 te limit 18c I8c 39c 19c 25c 16c 69c 18c 5c 17c .... 4c ..12c A Closing Out of All Van Dyk's Toilet Goods savings that wID perhaps never came again in a long time: Van Dyks BrilruMiti . Van Dyk's Cream of AI- Palmelive Soap, 3 cakes f er "50c Colgate's 2-or. Perfumes Colgate's Perfuciea Toilet Soaps, box of 3 cakes William's Quick aad Easy Svavimr JSoap, 7 cakes for 25c Colgate's Deatn Cream $1.00 Hadastt's Lily of the. Valley Toilet Water 23c Colgate's Shaviag Stick ,. 4-or, Bottle Perexide Jergen's Violet Gryceriae Seap, box of these Peaks Harvo Dry SharopM Colgate's La Fraace Tatesjm Pswder Each 4c Van Dyk's Sose Cream Van Dyk's sUstrid Omm- P Vaa Dyk's Witch Cream Vaa Dyk's Bath Salts. Vaa Dyk's Liquid Green, KH New Arrivals in Dress Goods. SILK SHEtTDIGS Aa excellent quality silk lsirtma 3S in. wide, in very attractive patterns. Teg alar $1.M varus q ij for, yard OC KLMORO SILKS As extensive range of patterns aad floral de signs 33 in. wide sold regularly never under $1.00. QQ Saturday, yard OtC YOU'VE WONDERED HOW MR. BROWN AND MR. SMITH COULD AFFORD SUCH EXPENSIVE LOOKING SUITS? They responded to one of our "ads," such as this: $15.95 For Any $22.50 or $25 Kuppenhcimer Suit m the House and this week's record selling of these suits shows how many wise men took ad vantage of these reductions. Bring your wife tomorrow and let her help you choose vour new suit. Assortments are all still complete and await your selection Sat urday. $220-?25.fl SoiU Reduced to $15.55 $270-530.00 SaiU Reduced to $19.73 $32.50-$37.50 Suits Reduced to $23.75 A $5.00 SILK SHIRT FOR S3.25 Just what the heading reads and more! Every silk shirt in stock that is marked $5 is included in this dis posalthe most desirable patterns and colors. Who wouldn't take ad vantage of this wonderful ecottomyr Union Men Who Want a Hat With a Union Label Should Buy One of These $3.58 "No- tfJO QC Name" Hats for. . 3Z..OD the regular $3.50 hat that is known the countrv over. Tomor row's feature at only $2.85, in fancy felt shapes onh. Tel. 6800 To All Depts. - .CljJTJfl Tarr,m mw.- ptw J JL-5 1 & See The Tub Sale Windows """"" mmmmmmmmm i mmmmmmmmmamsjmmmta mmmmmZmmZmmms-mZm When We Offer Boys' $9.00 Suits for Only $5.98 We Are Settkg a Low Selling Mark for Boys' Clothing. But to set a low selling mark is not our only aim; we mean also to give the best wearing service and all 'round satisfaction that you could wish to fiad in a boy's suit. If you're as proud of your boy at we are of these clothes, we ought to get thera together. We have popularized our boys' clothes through the all-woo guaranteed quality of "Wooly Boy" Clothes. Saturday spe cial $9.00 suns t r" An for tp3.70 'Boys' Shirts 95c being the reduction from $1.25 on all our boys' shirts in stock that were formerly marked at that price. An oppoitunity to save on your sons scnooi ana -yi dress shirts. & BOYS TENNIS SHOES l ,50 thick rubber sofcs. black canvas doth up pers regularly sold lor 75c a shoe for gym, play, school and track.