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EL PASO HERALD 1 1 L BEFOKSEHTE Measure to Increase Army Passes House With Only Two Dissenting Votes. Vv a-lm Kton. D C. March 24. Tha li i aun increase bill, first of the ad i! i iistntiun s biic preparedness roeas-iin-- iu ieiive the approval of either ( i .i h of congress, wa in the Jiands 11 . Miiate toU.n It .i passed by il In.ii-e late esli rJa "ith only two t i. nt i iipT vote Hi. lull wuulil inrcse the regular -ii. ' -!! of tlii- "taiidint- army from in hi tu 140000 men bpside federal ly the inilitU .iii-l providing other . ,11 of fn reaping the fighting forces - it. Vntleil States I In n-Kitue votes were cat ov iii'iiititiiH Fritton Republican, of Mlii-.iH, and London, Socialist, of New 1 o i V 11 pimnion for fi.itlon of nitro- t , ii .is htrii.ni'ii oiii. -J4 to 180. con- ii mi, tlie lotion provionsli taken in mil iitu of the v t.ol, IlaxU Of Opposition. 1 Uiition oppoit I ttie lull hecause I ,n'id a still fuitlier inrrease In i ii j and Mi I-ondon because he ..i c 1 no liu reae n w ,. fmalK adnite-l only after j. i -, native Kaliii. ranking Repub- I i ii c ii her of the military commit h id .-cam met defeat, this time i to ill. in hi effort to increase the Hi-, ired strength of the regulaia to ii nun I'uiin" the debate, chanman Tlav of the xnumittee which drew the bill, nM erred to it as "the presidents own li II ' It nas exMaineil at the white lioi.oe however, that while the presl i 'Tit TPproed the Kround plan of the l leisure he was not committed to its - - tails The conference on the senate i nd houHe plans, to come after the - nate actH. is expeoted bj adminiatra ii. i official to produce about which v. 11 he the president's full support. AMERICAN IN MEXICO SAYS HE FACES EXECUTION M, hi. ina-, Minn. March ! Kdn-ard Miln.r a former resident of llibblng, K in jail sonifwhere in Mexico near ihr I ..rd-T, anaiting execution by Orel- i of the Carranza authorities, ac- iiidiiia; to a letter smuggled through 1.. i f i lend in Tucson and forwarded 1 ill, latter to J. B. Conners, post i i ,-t. r here Miln.i. a former officer in Villa's mi-., h id l-en Riven 30 days in which i.. irraiis-" his affairs. The name of e town in which he is Imprisoned. is Mricken from the letter, but he i-K.-l to Ue addressed as Capt. Hast ings rare attorney Hughes at Tucson. 25TH INFANTRY, NOT THE 24TH THAT SHOT UP BROWNSVILLE ii -n as the 25th infantry regiment and i ., il . uh that had the trouble at 1 m, u nt. Mile two -or three jears ago, ac , - I in. ,, lo al army officers. Col len . .'. w ho now commands the 24th, i. h is , omlnu to Kl Paso, was at that i i- in tne 2'.ih ajid in command at i,i r. ms lilt Since that affair, he has 1 -e.i promoted and has gone to the Slth. UIHI.IAS UI.SII.KM' AIM'IUM rou moiik "moors Tiinixn w vhinu'ton I. C. March 24. A i ,. mi from 1 A Richardson. Doug 1 - m. sajing Mexican troops -were i 'in.; n-ross the line from JDouglas, i ,,ning out Uiat the Columbus maa . oiild earlb te repeated In the i,. na town and asking for "help be i.i. i i .n too l.iio ' wai made public t i' M senator sburst of Atizona- -. intur shuit Janl he knew 1 hi oNon : nd icgarded hia telegram iiitli,,ritatie. I will not submit this telegram to He senate liecauo it would be use- - 1 am tired of tring to get anj m mg don1 ' said senator ABhurst. iicon f.t iid-ii;n auk llltlMi nUCIllITHD UP T u-s.-ii. Vris . Mar, h 24 Orders -were r . eived csterdav afternoon by Capt. i i Huffman, post commander here ' tlir rirona. national guard, from ..lit tleii Harris, ordering two local t ilit in companies and the hospital . .ip be recruited tar full war strength. n,e of the companies is composed en i ieh of native born Spanish-Amer-i diis N'o reason for orders has been i i ide publir To Care a (old In One Day. I , . I.VXVTIVK HROMO QUINIKR i Idits Druggists refund money If it ul t-, cuie i:. W. OROVK S signa- i ir is on each box. 25c. Ifolisevrltrs of KI Paso. T ill find preparing and serving of i i ja'li meals a pleasure. If they se 1.(t their menns from Mrs. Bdna J. i v.-inss cook book. These may now 1 tun eliaed at The Herald, for 2So c i. Ii Out of town customers send sc ria to cover postage. Adv. WE WILL MOVE T. .." Texas M. about March 24151 m .1. ison-Kilb r Investment Company. I'L.i. i i-Fl I'aso Building Company. Adv. Only, a Kriv Left. Mis Tdiia .1. Klaus' Cook Books on ii Tbf Herald Offic. at 25c each, i n- town punhaers please add 3 'lis to .over postage. Adv. t wtiur.its iii. I nio.if.w being the last Saturday in month Herald earners will present 1- fur Mann subscriptions Sub- ii rr, ti ill please note and be ready i it e lni s v Three good, bit. int plea can he made ii mli can of Dieksie Red Pitted i dv. T- .i will find the gcod old fashioned r i i .ii bul7beiKei f Majestic Hams i r. i eon "Deliciously Different." ' i c our dealer now. Adv. i- , , Mexican rent collections, Lee Newman. VJl RELIABLE riiSI IllFIVV 1 DENTISTRY s BT-tr.-p of dmtlstrr Is a product of tb i a ' i crs not of tha cheap dental r in enables ua to extract, fill and cri tfrTb ii detectable from the natural ) Cione 9M hAolutcl iiltliout pain. SffifiS $7.50 I ull sets of leclli each $7.50 up Ilrst bridje nark, rrono fS.OO earb New System Dentists lor II raw aad Sun Antonio Sir. Old flrtt Nat Hank Itulldlnt lliurt il lot Sundaji 9 to 12. SATURDAY EVENINGS OPEN TILL 8:30 ggwW-r wWW YH A. wp RMEiAiNsTopai ! I g-' Ml II 11 ' '"!- V r , , r j I Phone Orders Promptly Filled. Send la "Jour Mall Orders. Corner Mesn Atennc and San Antonio Street. Prlrnte nranch r.icnance 3 3 O O. I m ... t ..x iiimm,i-1I1TI . . . . e-. . rv n l irrfi f a "saf i i I i , 1 1 1 ' rfTt iU ii ,1 m tJ m T t vtBpv .juK f wi .- -Sk- i r i sci as. 1 n r.1 isii Ma imi . vs. aaih. jmt ta, -?-- z-. --r nr at 4a. HiliMi Better ClotJues W Spring Dress Up WeeK Spring's Most Important National Campaign Wlil Be Featured At This Store During The WeeK of Marnh 27 The country is now at the height of prosperity and will remain so for many veal's to come. Show the country prosperity by looking prosperous by Dressing Up During Dress Up WeeK Look For Our Big Advertisements In Saturday's and Sunday's, Newspapers. Alter Sapper Sale6io8.SO LAMBERTS LISTERINE-Regu.hr $1.00 bottles. After Supper Sale, (limit one bottle to a customer), each. 65C PEBECO TOOTH PASTE-Pre-vents acid mouth. After Supper Sale, (limit one tube to a customer). at , each. 29c TOOTH BRUSHES Bone or trans parent handles. After Supper Sale, (limit two brushes to a customer), at each. lOc Gloves, Veils MandK'chi'fs G& Nec&wear WO MEN 'S GLOVES 1G button length silk gloves, , Avith double linger tips Extra special value, at a pair. WOMEN'S NECKWEAR Georgette Crepe, Or gandy, Voile, Chiffon, Net and Lace Vestees, Guimps, Collars and Collar and Cuff Sets. Shown in white and dainty colored effects. Choose Satur- a day, at each, DUC WOMEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS-Onc-fourth to one and a half inch, hemstitched Shamrock lawn hand kerchiefs, in a variety of embroid ered designs. HO "B O Each, at 12 1-2C WOMEN'S HANDKERCHI E F S Pure linen: hemstitched. On sale Saturday only, t at each. C WOMEN'S VEILS-Full size, chif fon,, crepe and fancy drape veils, in colors only. Values up to $4.00. While they last Satur- jta -n g day, your choice, at p 1 r5 sr&B&mBi III And "The Pofralgyp" Is The Logical ' F A BOY is kept neat and well dressed, he is a bet- Place To Outfit Boys 5F A 1301 is Kept neat ana well aressea, lie is a bet ter boy morally because of it. Unconsciously he tries to live up trliis appearance. And that is his responsibility responsibilities are what make men of us. The unusuallv good style, the tailoring and designing effects of POPULAR CLOTHES FOR BOYS make the boy realize that he is well-dressed and manly in appearance. ESPECIALLY are this Spring and Summers models a combination of quality, value and style. All the latest fabrics iu smart Norfolks, in the va rious plain, plaited and belt effects. All cut extra full and roomv for growing boys. Trousers lined throughout: everv strain point prepared to meet the demands of rough play, and every suit guaranteed to give satisfaction. Let us show von the manv points which make POP ULAR SUITS the best. BOYS' NEW SPRING NOR FOLK SUITS In the wanted shepherd checks. These have two pair lined knickerbockers. The coats have the three-piece belts. Every garment perfectly made and well finished. Match less values, at a suit, BOYS' BLUE SERGE SUITS Li Norfolk styles. All wool gar ments, made with lined knicker bockers. You never saw their equal, at a suit. , BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS In the up-to-the-minute Spring styles and weights. A huge va- riety, with such features as 1;wo pair lined knickerbockers, three piece detachable belt, ivory but tons, rip proof patent and taped seams. Each suit has a label which guarantees its wear. Two excellent f (o 0& f 95 lots, at S?0 -&& (aO. Wash Gob Specially P $l"The National Boys Suit"H BOYS' K. & S. TAPELESS BLOUSES And Sport Blouses, mostly in dark shades. A big va riety of nifty patterns. Mater ials are gingham, madras and pcivale. Regular 30c sellers. Saturday, special at each, BOYS' OLIVER TWIST WASH SUITS In plain colors and combinations. Made of best quality madras, percales, gala teas and ginghams. Values up to $3.00. "While they last Saturday, your choice, Qrn a suit, Jf J BOYS' "POROSKNIT" UNION SUITS The genuine Ghalmeis brand, that is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Sizes (3 to 16. Sell all over the world at 30c. On sale Saturdav from 8:30 a. m. to 12 m., at a suit, c d White Goods And Litems riced For Saturday s 8' 12 YARD BOLT 36 INCH NAINSOOK Suitable for women's undenvcar. Firm, fine weae, soft finish. Extra special for Sat urday only, bolt of 12 yardf, j 11 Oj(f CHECKED. BARRED AND PLAJN WHITE FLAXONS 32 inches wide. Dainty checks for infants' wear, bars and checks for aprons, dresses and lingerie. Two extra special ;:lu-rd. 15c & 20c NEW SPORTS STRIPED JAPANESE DRESS CREPE All colors of stripes, and plain col ors to match. The3e are washable fabrics. Tlie yard. 25c 100 DOZEN 24 INCH ALL LINEN DINNER NAPKINS Neat floral or conventional de signs. This is an exceptional value and will possibly be the last chance at a good linen napkin at any where near the price. (Limit Zt"V.'l2 for $3.25 FANCY LINENS Ipdluding hand embroid ered and Jap Drawn Work. Scarfs and Cen ters lace trimmed linen scarfs; fancy linens of all kinds. Extra special values for Satur day, your choice, at each, 36 AND 40 INCH PRINTED VOILES AND SWISSES Flowered, striped and checked designs. All shades shown. Extra special value, at a 20C yard. Youthful Styles For The Young Girls have a complete line of the latest styles. Priced $17.50 i0 $5oOo LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW ADA MAXON DRESSES AND BONNETS TO MATCH-For lit tle girls. Sizes 1 to 4 years. iSt $2.50 WHITE DRESSES New white lawn and organdy dresses for girls. Sizes 4 to 14 years. Spe- S." $1.50 SPECIAL SALE OF HATS FOR GIRLS- 2 to 8 year sizes. New braids and'Straws; flowrr and velvet ribbon trimmed. Values to $3.50. got O, Special, at Sfrl.U PICTURESQUE styles for the little miss of 4 years up to her big sis ter of 16. in garments that are correct for 1916 Spring wear. Shown in girls' department on the Second floor west aisle. Prices arc sure to please. BLOUSE SPECIAL FOR GIRLS New blouse waist for girls. Made of fine quality white iawii, daintily trimmed with pink 01 blue. Sizes h to 14. Saturday, while they last, each, at GIRLS' COATS These chilly morn ings and evenings ought to remind everyone of'the new spring coats. We GIRLS' WHITE DRESSES Sninrrlav we offer three lines of pretty white dresses for girls, in sizes 2 to 14 years. They are made of finest organdy, voiles and lawns, and are trimmed beautifully with laces and dainty embroideries. "Popular Spe- c?Sb":nd8-50'$5.oo UNDERMUSLINS HALF PRICE Children drawers, petticoats and gowns. Some slightly soiled. Sizes 1 to 14. Values that range in price from 25c to $1.00. Sal-urdaySpe- 2 Off NEW MANDARIN AND MUSH ROOM SHAPE PANAMA HATS For little girls 2 to b years. "Popular Spe cial," each at In The Jewelry And Jt&nd Bag' Section WOMEN'S "TOKIO-' BAGS A popular bag at a popular price. Convenient in size,,, with back strap. Made of excellent quality leather, in embossed Japanese effects of green, blue, red, and brown colorings. Lined with silk poplin to harmonize. Shown exclusively by "The Popular." Priced tf-ji qq at each. $& XL THE LATEST NOVELTY-THE BASKET BAG A miniature bag of moire silk, with finger straps. Self carved frame. One of the newest bags now seen on Fifth Avenue, New York. .g -a QQ Each. at. & JITNEY PURSES Small metal coin holders that are convenient in size. Attractive pierced de signs. A real novelty, at each. 50c NEW HAND BAGS-4Iany en tirely new ideas in leather and silk hand bags that are ultra stylish yet practical. Moire silks, seal and pigskin leathers, in pocketbook and bag shapes. Black and all the season's Spring shades. Prices start at $20.00, and go down by easy stages to S GOLD TOP KNIVES Thin models with two good steel blades. Solid gold top. in en gine turned designs. To be worn as on a Walderman chain. l:A- 5Gc REAL CORAL BEADS-Per-fectly matched as to size and color. Made with Hold filled clasp. A strand, at 75c Oxae Finds Flowers Blooming Every where On TEae Beautiful WOMEN'S WAISTS-Ma.U t irepe, voile, batiste and organdy. Some tailored styles, other lingerie effects. Some slightly soiled from handling. Saturday A Q special, each, at "jr Jr'k HOW JLOi;Si:S- Ma.lc f pood iiulitv percale and rli..oit f ull l.uijtc ot sirc from C ti l"i ar While th -1 li-t, CD W th' so 'I a 11. &TlC )2o50 Tlet Goods Specials On Sale All Day Yvette Face Powder 29c Sanitol Tooth Paste 15c Household Rubber Gloves. . .39c Jergen's Geranium Bath Tablets 4 for 25c Palmolive Cold Cream . . 35c Vantme's $1.25 Toilet Wa ter, in assorted odor? . 89c Newsprint Baseball Unif'rms Given Free BASEBALL UXI FORM ronsistiujr of shirt, padded pants, belt and cap, for boys of 8 to 16 years, will be given free Saturday with suit purchases of $7.50 or more. Boys Dept. SJOMKTBLES bedded on the crown vio lets and tiuy roses sometimes rising high at the .side or back often lyiiig close to the brim or clinging to" the bandeau. All these new flower fashions are here and many more Sucfci As New Ideas In Wing's, Quills And Ribbon Bows The Shapes are rolled and turned to become even type and are, of fine Milan hemps, 'Leghorns, hair braids, OJeorirrttc and silk crepe. For tomorrow V selling there's a special ftiFto slum iu u, at G?0 rsieres At B Special, IfSfneW' BRASSiERt ' r A. 5 an extra special for Satur ''day's selling, we offer lovelv new styles in women's Brassierei. trimmed in a most artistic manner with dainty lace, embroidery and ribbons. Front or back fastenings. Sizes 34 to 36. at each 19c. Where is the woman who doesn't need a Brassiere regardless of her lines, be she slender or stout? If slender, the brassiere makes a pretty bit of lingerie, and gives lines of grace to the figure; but for the average and stout figures a Brassiere assists in shaping the bust in shapely lines lines that accord with fashion's requirement. See these we offer special tomorrow, at 19c. For Men MEN'S UNION SUITS Made of cross barred muslin; ath letic knee length, trousers seat styles. An excellent value, X 50c MEN'S ONYX "SAMPLE" HOSE In siiks. silk lisle, cot ton and silk lisle. Values to 35c a pair. On sale Satur day at (6 -to 9 P. M. only), at 3 pairs for 50c, Cg or a pair, at tJ (Limit six pairs to a -customer) CRAVATS See the wonder fur line at 50c; also an un, equaled showing of men's ties at $1.00 to $2.00. MEN'S FIBER SILK SHIRTS They wear better than pure silk. A magnificent assort ment at $2.50 and $3.00. NOTE: These articles on sale in -Mam Building and across the street in "The Pop ular's Men's Store."