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fi.i. BILE? BUT SILTffl 9IMIET lil CLOSE! Asks City Council for Per - mit to Establish Public Market on Overland. KiMI.- market is to be built on I Hen Oxerland street to lie under city In a 'communication addressed to the ll council. R. M. Dudley asks pel - mission to establish a market on West iieriand street. Deiwern " Havis street, the property being on half of a block owned by him. Will lie sanltnrj. , Mr Dudley agrees to erect proper I st.ilK absolutely sanitary and under 1 the Kupervlslon of the city. "I believe that a public market properly erected and under municipal control, is badly needed by the city of Kl Paso." Mr. , Dudley states, "and If you will give me the permission. I will construct the I'uildinss and will expect to receive 1 onl) sufficient unt to enable me to :..ili. .1 fair rate of intc: ?st on the, iniin 1 nave invesiea. Tin matter will he acted upon by , council at the meeting Thursday pi o nlng. F.l Paso Seed C. pen Evenings. !. Sun Antonio. Opp. Court House. Adv Hard-to-Cure Skin Troubles May Find in Cuticura and Ointment Speedy, Grateful and Permanent Relief. Besides, anyone anywhere may try them before he buys them. Free Sample Each With 32-page Skin Book by return, mail to any sufferer from skin troubles or scalp troubles with loss of hair, who has failed to obtain per manent relief from other remedies. For Free Simple address portal-card' "Catiauro. DpU XX, Boston. Mua." Sold is STcry town and Tillsc k U. S. c8Kac8sceaKibM3sosscse3 Household Economy now to flare the Beat Cough Remedy and Save f2 by MaklBET It at Home WSSE33X88SSSO30& Couxh medicines, as a rule contain a larj e quantity of plain syrup. A pint of granulated suRar with Vt pint of warm water, stirred for 2 minutes, gives you as goad cyrup as money can buy. Tlien jet Jrora your druggist 2 ounces I'inev (50 otiiU worth), pour into a pint I nit lie and. fill the bottle with sucar . 1 if JwDM Vnip. This tires you. at a cost of only 1 nfa a i11 viinf nf -Ao1lir knilnr imiinli " isT3, s,us IUV wa icmij UTJbWl UUU11 nip thaifyou could buy ready made for 2.M a clear savinc of nearly Sfi. Full ilirctiong with IMnejc It keeps perfectly and tastes good. It takes hold of the usual cough or t liest cold at once and conquers it in 24 hours. Splendid for whooping cough, bronchitis and winter coughs. It's truly astonishing bow quickly it loosens the dry, hoarse or tijbt couch and heals and soothes the inflamed mem liranes in the case of a. painful couch. It also stops the formation of phlegm in t lie throat and bronchial tubes, thug end ing the persistent loose cough. Tinex is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway pine extract, combined with guaiacol. and has been u.cii for generations to heal inflamed membranes of the throat and-cbe&t. To avoid disappointment, ask yonr druggist for "2 ounces of Pinex," and don t accept anything else. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- J !v refunded, goes with this preparation. & The I'incx Co., Ft. Wayne, lnd. Stomach Ailments The Nation's Curse Wonderful Rem d QuicAly Restore f 1 1.1 1 - no ailment causing more woe and misery than Stomach Trouble often Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of 1 he Stomach and Intestines, Constipa tion. A ute Indigestion, Auto-Intoxica-1 icn. Yellow Jaundice. Appendicitis and other serious and fatal ailments result irum it. Thousands of Stomach Suf ferers owe their complete recovery to tayrs Wonderful Remedy. It is un like any other remedy. It sweeps the poisonous bile and catarrhal accretions from the system. Soothes and allays chronic Inflammation. Manv declare it has saved their lives, and prevented erlous surgical operations. Try one lne today. Watch its marvelous re mi!i Contains no alcohol 1.0 habit forming drugs. Book on Stomach Ali en nts FREE. Address Geo. II. Mayr, .If-- chemist, Chicago. Better yet I 1 mi 1 liottle of Mm r's Womb rful 1.. n . . 1 from Kelly & rollaid. I'utt.-r i"-'1'" or any m II ihle iiiuirgit w!m w'U ir-fnn.i wnr iiione if it fnl-- lv. NVY 1 Residents of Smelter Dis- trict Petition for Liquor Election Soon. Acting on number of petition sinned by a sidents of the smelter ! district, the couuty commissioners, in j session Tuesday morning, ordered an 1 flection in April to determine whether nnllr kII v.. m i., .....nmnn aehool district No. W. :!, which takes In all the territory from the city limits of Kl Paso to White Spur. The date of election will be t latei. Concrete Contract. Judge A.lrbin Pool was anthonzed to sign the eontiatt wilh L?e iioor for the paving of the upper valley roa.d between a point 2.". feet this side of the Santa Ke crossing to the Borderland Inn. a distance of about seven miles. A warrant foi $51 V.O was ordered drawn in favor of J. D Ponder, county treasurer, for payment of interest on outstanding bonds. On Mr. Ponder's request $23,500 was authorized trans ferred from the general to the new road bond fund. Of the amount $15, 000 will be used to pav interest on the road bonds and $7500 will be set aside in the redemption fund. Holes for Dltrhes. Rules to govern the Tliomson-Bas- ett ditch and Pena Irrigation sys- I tem, including the Juan de Herrera I ami ban Jose laterals, were adopted, and Milton S. Graves of Yaleta, was appointed commissioner of the laterals. The hospital board was authorized to handle all clinics, a room to be provided for the purpos-. Cnnnl Dispute. The dispute on the Perotio and So corro ditch was referred to commis sioners Seth B. Orndorff and Oeorge Pendell for investigation and adjust ment. B. J. Musiain was appointed con crete inspector for the courthouse, ef fective March 1.", on recommendation of the county engineer. The tax assessor was directed to assess lots three and four, block 131 East El Paso, at 1:!S each. CHARTER OF UNIVERSITY CLUB KEPT OPEN TO FRIDAY All college men -who get their appli cations into the office of president A. V. Norcop by Friday evening will be charter members of the University club. This was decided at a meeting of the trustees of the club Monday night. The beefsteak supper is to be held Saturday night in the club rooms in the Paso del Norte and it Is expected to have 1J0 college men present at the dinner. H. E. Van Surdara's orchestra has been secured for the dinner and, Mr. Van Surdam has arranged for a pro gram of college songs which will be played during the dinner. In addi tion, the Cornell glee club will sing and there will be other stunts by the college men present PLEADS GUILTY TO THEFT AFTER ASKING HABEAS CORPUS i Enrique Alvaro pleaded guilty to the harge of theft before county Judge Adrian Pool Tueeday morning and ws sentenced to 10 days In jail and to pay ,t he costs. Earlier in the day Alvaro asked for his release in habeas corpus proceed ings before Judge P. K. Price, in the 41st district court, and was remanded to the county coui t Alvaro is charffd with the -theft of .t quantity of cheese from bwlft & Co. LIONS AT WEEKLY LUNCHEON COMMENT ON LODGE'S GROWTH Comments 011 the flourishing condi tion of the order at the present time were made at tne regular weekly luncheon of the Royal Order of Lions .. ,.j k ..i t.t..c . heV. r h. -:l''nX , L.J . I ins to members of the lodge, the mem bership roll is fast increasing, as shown by the improving attendance at the weekly luncheons. spkcial simvicns at fiiist rnKsnvTEiu.cv cmitcii. "In preparation for the communion service, which will be held Sunday at the First Presbyterian church, there will be four special services, tonight. ft'ednesda . Thursday and Friday aiglits at 7:30 oclock at the church. The pastor. Rev. C. L. Overstreet, will preacli at the' service tonight: Howard B. Durkes will be the speaker at the Wednesday night service: Rev. A. A. Datis, pastor of the East El Paso Presbyterian church. will preacn Thursday night, and Hcv. W. C. Baber, of the Altura Park ' Presbyterian church, will preach Friday night. There will be special music at eacn Service. lOO.S.'M) IN i.ntiui:t Pll ON COLNTV IIO.NDS Interest on outstanding bonds. amounting to 50.85U. waorwarded to I banks in New York and Chicago by cago Df county treasurer .1. D. Ponder Tuesday morniig This is the usual April Interest pav- menL Part of the amount is interest paid senu-aiinualU and part is interest on bonds paid annualh. PUZZLE . ... , , ""run tub HAiN. A little arls. girlie, orrt vou think. Thus to paddle , tne nom) w tth ankles bar.. Uia we know- that from it we would shrink. Though peihap-. hei, nt iour age uc didn't 01 I Iml niiotlirr girl. ANMtnil TO -l:sTKHI)V'S PI 7.ZI.K. I l'"lile iloiin nt jnnn's lincL. EL HIN H. Ml DIE s Ran From House With Blood Pouring -From Wound; Pistol Found. A 1 year old Mexican boy ran from a house at 213 Seventh street Tuesday morning with blood streaming from a bullet wound in his head. Detective Juan Franco, 'who hap pened to be passing on a street car. ran to the hoy's assistance and discov ered that he had been struck in the head, over the left eye. by a bullet which had penetrated the brain. He entered the house from which the boy had run and discovered an open trunk in which a .32 caliber pistol was found. I'lnjlng In Trunk. It is not known whether the boy was playing In the trunk and accidentally discharged the pistol or whether it was fired by someone who had been in the room and who hae" run. Xo one was found in the house by detective Franco but neighbors told him that they had seen a hoy run from the house soon after hearing the report of the pistol. . The hoy, whose name Is Jose Delgndo I and who is a son of Mrs. Maria Delgado, was taken to the police station hospital and given emergency treatment. It is f doubtful if he i.tn survive d. lira is Charged With Theft; Con victed on Criminal As sault Charge. Constable Domingo Montoya has been indicted by the giand jury on a charge of theft under .$50. He is al leged to have unlawfully secured $28.15 from Tomafi Xunez. whose brother, Emeliano Xunes. was confined In the county Jail on a charge of carrying a pistol. According to the indictment, Mon toya was given $"0 with which to se cure Kunes's liberty and that, after paying the fine and costs, amounting to $31.85. he is alleged to have kept the remainder. He gave bond for his appearance in the district court, the bond being $.100 Convicted of alilt. Montoya was convicted of a charge of criminal assault and is now at lib erty on bond awaiting the outcome of his appeal to the higher court, which is expected to come up at Austin be fore the criminal court of appeals Montoya Is still holding office as an Kl Paso county constable. Hermnn Bloch fndleted. Herman Bloch, a local junk dealer, was also indicted on a charge of re ceiving and concealing two bars of lead which Is said to have belonged to the El Paso smelter. Uloch was tried recently on a charge of having bought stolen copper matte and the jury failed to agree and was dis charged. Saloon Keeper Indicted. Carmen Guerra, the proprietor of a caloon in Val Verde addition, was also indicted on a charge of violat ing the liquor laws He was alleged to have sold Luis (Jontales a bottls of v. hie in violation of the law CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO 1 Ain PAfiFANT OF T1VH I7ATmN ' crt"Rm not directed against mlli AIU rAU,Al ur llVlLlAUUn . tary commanders or against the em- The publicity committee of the chamber of commerce met Monday afternoon and approved the purchase of a portoscope to be used in con nection with illustrated lectures held under the direction of the business league. A request was received from the committee in charge of the public scnooi pageant 01 iviii7ation, to be held on Stay 25, 26 and 27, asking that the chamber of commerce aid in advertising this event. The matter was taken under advisement. A. W. Reeves, traffic manager of the chamber of commerce, was in structed to secure rates for this event from towns and cities in the country contiguous to El Paso, which he will set about to do at o-iee The issuance of a pamphlet upon tli Elephant Butte dam project has been deferred. Those present at the meet ing were: W. G. Roe. chairman: Harry Swain, H. D. Slater and M. A. Fra"r- I at TWO AltrtESTKO Fort FIRING PISTOL OX SOUTH Hit. PASO. Two soldiers were alleged to have discharged pistols on South El Paso street Monday night. They were ar rested and delivered to the provost guard. They gave the name of John HcDade and J. Lester, of troop C, ftigmn cavalry. Jose Martinez was arrested Mmi,l0. night oS a charg of carrying ?a Pis- ' In . He was arrested hv ,- A... tective Juan Franco. The ordinary cost of - Want Ad in The El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It leaches an average of about lOn.ooo leaders each issue. PICTURE PASO HERALD 'WITH SUBMARINE IN MA1H SEA Adventures of a British TJn - derseas Craft in Near Eastern Waters. New York. March 27. One of the most romantic stories of the war is contained in a letter received here, de scribing how the British submarine K-7 entered the Sea of Marmora, sank 23 ships in 24 days, shelled two railway trains and did other damage In the letter, which follows, "Coch rane" is the K-7"s commander: "We returned safely after 24 days up the Dardanelles in the Sea of Mar V ... ......... ....., .--:. ..- mora, ins nopeiess to try to give a detailed account in a letter, but you ran tHKf il iruiii me wm, a. line suuw We broke all previous records. Coch rane was absolutely splendid. The tale of our doings Is the sort of thing one reads of in the old days. We went around the Sea of Marmora, leaving a trail or sunK anu- ourntng snips, we fairly shook things to1 the core. "We are the nrst submarine in his tory to bombard a place on short under fire. I think w were under fire about three times a day on an average, and penetrated Into all sorts of places and destroyed shipping. We even shelled a railway aim uesiroyea two iroop trains. We shelled the embankment and blocked the line and then caught the trains as they came along. It was the funniest thing you can imagine to see the trains try to hide behind trees, but we caught them and smashed them all to blazes. The ammunition all blew up with a terrific explosion. The sol diers, of course, got out and took cover and fired tons of ammunition at us, but we were out of range. "All together we sunk one gunboat, five steamers, (one of 3000 tons) and 17 large sailing ships, and hit two trains, one railway embankment, and a few villagers who fired on us and got it In the neck for doing so. We also dived up to Constantinople and fired a torpedo at the wharf at the arsenal, where there were a lot of ammunition lighters, and there was a most terrific explosion which show the boat, al though we were one and one-quarter miles away. "The only drawback was that we all had dysentery, and Halifax, the second officer, and a seaman got badly burned setting fire to a steamer, so Cochrane and I had to keep watch all the time, and by the time Jl days were gone we were absolutely done up. What Hall fax went through with his burned feet for three weeks below I don't know. "We had no trouble in diving in the Sea of Marmora, but when wc came down we had an awful time, as the Turks had rigged up all sorts of nets and things to catch us, and we got mired up in them and also were fouled by miies three times." IT. S. QUERIES ON SUSSEX SINKING (Continued rtoui race One.l cally given up hope regarding his son's condition. A Crisijt In Germany. Amsterdam, Holland, March 28. The Vossische Zeitung. discussing continu ance of Germany's submarine war policy, says: "The near future will show whether Dr. von Bethmann Hollweg, the imperial chancclor, enjoys public confidence and to what extent. Among the politicians of Germany. opinion tegarding the chancelor is not by any means united." The newspaper declares that military poroi. hut solely against the emperor's advisers. It says: "Regarding p o 1 1 1 i o a 1 successes opinions are divided. Only recently on the occasion of the sinking of tne Tubantia, many doubts arose as to whether what had been achieved polit- 1 ieally corresponded to our great mill- J Lry success. The paper adds: "The American danger, as viewed in German political circles, is always greatly exaggerated, but the import ance of a rupture of relations with such a powerful nation should not be underestimated." BRITISH LABOR AGITATORS EXPELLED BY THE MILITARY London, Eng.. March z Six leaders of a body calling itself the Clyde Workers' Committee, which has been at tempting to foment strikes among munition workers on the Clyde river, have been removed from the district by the military authorities. Dr. Chris topher Addison, parliamentary under seceretary for munitions, in 'making this announcement in the house of com mons today, added that the committee in particular had attempted to stoD work in factories where large guns are made and had succeeded in five cased. ?'"! "u "aQ succeeue in live oasea. Ih?, Strlk,, borc.no 7 ati01 to lndu8- I""" "" '"" " saiu. iwiu ure tie- nosneed by trades union leaders. FOURTH GERMAN WAR LOAN TOTALS 10,667,000,000 MARKS Berlin." German., March 2S. (By wireles to Sayville. I, I.) The amount of subscription thus far entered on tho official records of the fourth German war loan is 10.667.000,000 marks. Of this total, 7.106,000,000 marks are sub scriptions to the loan. I,S99.0'M.ftft marks subscriptions to the registered loan and 1,562,00,000 subscriptions to treasury bonds. f.IIIlMAXS SINK 70,000 TONS OK SHIPPING SINCn MARCH IS London, Eng., March 28. Summariz ing the work of German submarine since March IE, admiral von Tirpitz re signed, the Daily Telegraph says that they have in less than a fortnight sunk 70.000 tons of shipping,ot which one third belonged to neutrals. is Ann Kii.i.r.n wiik.v AIRMEN ATTACK SII.ONIKT. London, Eng., March 28. Eighteen civilians were killed and 21 wounded at Salonlkl, Greece, when five Germ.ui airplanes bombarded the town Mondav. The Germans lost two airplanes in the rctrrn fire. Alhamfa "FREDERICK THE GREAT" Pauline Frederick In Mary Johnston's Great Story "AUDREY" A tense and thrilling dramatic play in which Miss Frederick is superb. LAST SHOWING TODAY DON'T MISS IT iimnu TO BE ERECTED 1 Committee to Hold Weekly Meetings to Plan union Labor Home Here. All union men are working full time, according to reports of delegates made to the Central I.abor union Monda night. This includes a report made by I.ee Alexander, business agent of the Uuilding Trades council, who reported business good. At the meeting it was decided that the labor temple committee will meot each Sunday at 10 a. m. to discuss tne Labor Temple proiect. and the second Mondav in April will be devoted strict- ;------. ,., .!.! 'y " i" i"ij" ,..,,.....-.. 1 An appropriation foi the support of the industrial committee at Washing ton, D. C. was voted. ' Secretary-treasurer T. Mcllold ren dered a financial statement showing the central union in excellent financial condition, with a balance on hand of . $tl59.10. 27 New uto Members. J The delegate from tne Chauffeurs' union repoited 27 new applications for membership which will be initiated at a meeting of the union tonight. A 1 dance will be given April 24. It. A. Gooding, delegate from the ' Cooks' and Waiters' union, reported , that the union will give a dance" and , social at the new headquarters on San . Antonio street. Saturday night. C. R. Hickman, of the cigarmakers' union, was present at the meeting after . ... ....i,. .. iT.a !.. ' an auilCK Di piicuiuuiiin mat. iniu nun up for some time. A campaign Is to be started to or ganize the drivers of ice and laundry wagons as a part of the Chauffeurs' union. SPANISH WVll VKTERAXS TO MBBT. The Hamilton Pish camp, Spanish War Veterans, will meet this evening at 8 oclock at the Odd Fellows' hall on San Francisco street for a regular business session. EESTORATIVE TREATMENT FOR NERVOUS MEN Coming from a source of un questioned authority on the ail ments of men it is presumed to be infallible, while the profession generally endorse the ingredients and prescribe thm in many dif ferent forms of various diseases. The following formula is highly efficient in quickly restoring in nervous oxhaustion, melancholia, anxiety, timidity in venturing, dizziness, heart palpitation, trembling limbs, insomnia, thin ness, cold extremities, tlred-all-in feeling and general inability to do those natural and rational acts upon which depend a man's suc cess and happiness in social and everyday life. The Instructions for obtaining in three-grain tablets are simple, as a physician's prescription is no longer necessary, because the tablets do not contain any opiates or habit-forming drugs Just ask for three-grain cadomene tablets, in sealed tubes, with full direc tions for home use. Astounding nervous force and equilibrium follow the treatment, no matter how serious the rase, and the Joy of a healthy body and strong nerves is soon experienced. Adv. HOW TO REDUCE YOUR WEIGHT v si.mpi.f.. s.ii'i; ki;liuii.e way People who are oer-buidened with superfluous fat. know only too well th discomfort and ridicule that over-stout people have to bear. If you arc carrying .1 round fie or ten pounds of unhealthy fat you are unnecessarily weakening your vital oi gans and are cairjing a burden which destroys the beauty of jour figure. There is no need of anvone suffering from superfluous fat. If ou want to reduce your weight in a. simple, saf.' and reliable way. without starvation , diet or tiresome exercise, heie is a test worth trmg. Spend as much time as you can in the open air, breathe deeply and get from Kelly Pollard or The People's Drug Store, or any good drug- 4 gist a box or oil of Korein capsules: take one after each meal and one be fore retiring at night. Weigh yourself once a week so as to know just how fast you .! losing weight and don't leave off the treat ment or even ."kip a single dose until you are down to normal. Oil of korein is absolutely harmless, is pleasant to tak a'lil helps diges tion. Even a few days tieatment has i.een reported to show a noticeable re dut tion in weight, footsteps become lighter, our nork se-Mis easieV and a lighter and mere buoyant feeling takes possession of jour whole being. Every person who suffers from super fluous fat should g e this treatment a trial. Advertisement. CRAWFORD TONIGHT 8:30 LAST PERFORMANCE OF MAY ROBSON IN HER NEW PLAY THE MAKING OVER OF MRS. MATT Prices 50c to $2.00 ra--Today Tuesday, f Yi VKll ni,n GIRI. FOUND IN SAI.OOX; OWXKH AltnKSTEIJ Pablo Hernandez, propretor of a sa- loon on South El Paso street, was ar- rested Monday liisrht. on a charge or selling liquor to minor? A Mexican srlrl l: cars old w.is sanl to have been foiinil in .1 wine room at the saloon. ' This i.- a splendidly coiiHtructed semi-collapsible Go Cart, let down back, jiood springs, ha- li'bow hood. 3-8 inch rubber tired wheels, and a Go Cart that will jibe you lots of service and health for th baby. lJC QC J1.O0 down and $1.00 a week buys it at PijtJJ Buffet lust what vou need for the dininc Has French mirror, lined drawer large general utility compartments. $1.00 a week until you pay Young Furniture Company BUY IT FROM 'Y0UNG"-BUY IT FOR LESS 105-107 South Stanton 1 O 3k Sk llPB i Two Weeks' Engagement Starting Wed. Night, Mar. 29 Wm. Truehart Presents The Manhattan Musical Merry Makers FEATURING Tommy LaRose and Arthur Harrison The Original "Schultz and Heinz", and The EVUanhattan Beauty Chorus OPENING BILL ii Extra Added Attraction!! Miss Ruth Leslie and Mr Wm. Truehart in their "Danse de Orientale" 2 Shows Nightly 7:45,9:00 :: 10,20,30c HJlSaMasssssEsssHHIWMBKMHi jsPjfYffffllJKjMdBg 1 IL w hi &. 8 " O B E&i 81 1 B H JWr. E9BB1 ! Ml Pi U Q & RdH H C! H H tfl EENOW PLAYING !I: ENGAGEMENT CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT World's fVlgGTBEST Spectacle D W. GRIFFITH'S 18,000 Peopl Battle of Petersburg Shennaa' March to the Sea Lee and Grant at Appomattox 5,000 Scenes !iiTfi kiTlBk JV 4 m I -n m 0 JJUyilJi i n IBssP&S .l8mA2W3nmrfr3&WWL.9k Ul Tiara HJ k i 1 1 Jr Symphony Orchestra of 30 PpipPQ. NIGHTS' Lower Floor, $1, $2; Balcony, 25c, 50c, $1 llVlbE.0. MATINEES Lower Floor, 50c, $1; Balcony, 25c, 50c SEATS SELLING AT RYAN'S US" wgu&iim&m: 1,000 rroplr UK) Hornrx 51 Clonrli no iovfioft Kic. l:c, Lie. .rentrt munrnirnt WAIT FOR vtzsm l.z: .. Bn(.-. . c: H -V Affi-'l .STTTr-i -3V V t w See Robinson's "War Elephants" In a Classic Production Entitled "Preparedness" j KKrrMillon on I'.nrlli March 28,1916. I ; I rllONK rnoxs 7575 MONTANA AUTO LIVERY rn. si.50 per noun. You Furnish the Baby We'll Furnish the Buggy Now is the tinw to jjet the youngsters out. There is no store in Kl Paso where you will find a better selection of (Jo-t'arts and Sulkies and Lower r rices than here. You can par as the baby prows. Note this Extra Special: Baby Go-Carts at $5.95 at $14.50 room. Substantially made of solid oak. for silver, largj linen drawer and two Jl.WJ down and $14.50 THEATRE ff I vVsvay .or.M. to & 20c HEATRE 3,000 Hones WHdRide of the Xn KInx Klani Assassination of Lincoln The Part the Women Played. Cost $500,000 89TH ANNUAL TOTJR GREATER THAN EVER El Paso jgJLt Saturday glfg April Tirkrlx on Kale oa show iSar t Owl Drug Storr. 21S San Anto nio Ntrrci. o Adranrr In 1'rlcca.