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WHERE MAJ, TOMPKINS WAS TRAPPED Hi EAGER Tl KEEP PEACE Is Willing to Make Conces-1 sions to United States to ! Prevent Any Breach. i BE RUSSIANS ZEPPELINS AGAIM ilZ ARE KILLE IN FRANCE GLIB INDUNR B LI TT EN Iff! Washington, D. C. April 25. A re pot t from ambassador Gerard at Ber in, outlining the results of his confer ence Monday with Dr. von Bethmann Uollweg. the German chancelor, over t he American note, was expected at the Mate department toda Mi Gerard 11 understood to have .ilieadv reported that strong; political influences are at work in Germany to pi event a rupture Labor leaders and .socialists weie icpresented as being: particular! adverse to a severance of .hplomutlc relations The ambassador is said to have reported there were mi on indications of Germany's will ingness to make concessions to the 1 nited States 25,000 Telegrams l'our In. rwenty-tive thousand telegrams pro ti sting; against action which might mean n-ii' with Germany began pouring in on senators Sherman and Lewis of Illinois late Monday night and still w ere arriving todav Although signed by individuals in Illinois, the telegrams followed pre pared forms and wero prepaid. There was nothing in them to Indicate who had prepared the forms for the signa tures During the day telegrams of the me sort began coming in to senators ' ummlns and Kenyon from Iowa and to hoi. 1 tore La. Follette and Hustlng from Wismiisin Senators were amazed at the extent of the propaganda. BERNSTORFF VERY CHEERFUL OVER THE SUBMARINE ISSUE 01 k. April 25. Count on iKrnMorff. the German ambassador who has been 111 this clt for the last j f.w daH, was expected to return to Washington today on an afternoon, nain At his hotel he declined to say , 10 newspaper men whether he had re- 1 . eivcd advices from his government heirtng on the American note His iuckI loners found him. honever, in seiiningly cheerful spirits The onlv thine t can suggest to ou gentlemen, is that J ou get into ommunicatlon with presiaent Wilson, he said with a smile Published reports that Germany had 1 fully met the American demands and Hint he had said ai a private dinner heic that he expected to remain a long time the ambassador declined to dls f uss 1 es I did at end .i piivatf dinner" le remarked 'but n wii. so private) that there was no one there but mvselt, . GERMAN AIR SQUADRON AGAIN RAIDS SALONIKI I Pan. France, April 23 A squadron of oeruian airplanes has delivered an other attack on the entrenched camp of the entente allies at Saloniki, ac- ordlng to a Ilavas dispatch from Sa loniki today, th airmen flying over the camp from all directions and drop pine bombs at various point Little damage was done by the raiders ac cording to the dispatch- GERMANY EXACTS REPRISALS ON FRENCH WAR PRISONERS Berlin Oermany. April 26 iby wire i ss to SayviHe.) f As an act of reprisal lor ill treatment of German war pris oners fn Northern Africa, who are cut off from all communication with Ger many, the German government has sus pended all intercourse with the French prisoners in the camps at Ohrdruff and Holzminden," the Overseas News Agen- announced today "Six carloads of paroels destined for Hie French prisoners In these camps I ave been returned to Berne, Swltx- i land ' BULGARIAN WAR LOSSES REACH TOTAL OF 137,000 Uhens, Greece. April M. The losses the Bulgarian army during the war .ur estimated by Bulgarian reports re- ived here to amount to 87,000 killed md 50.000 wounded or missing. Kl Paso Seed Co. open Evenings. S19 San Antonio Opp. Court House. Bell-am Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists Choose Your AS IT SHOULD BE DONE LEVY GROCERY COMPANY 3 Cam Chile Con Carne 25c 3 3-Ib. Can Baked Beam 25c 3 Cam Sardines in Tomato Sauce, 25c 2 Nice Large Mackerel. ..'.'.'.'.'." 2Sc Imported Swiw Cbeee, Brick Cheeie, New York Cream Cheeie, Long Horn Cheeie, Limberger Cheese. Trade With Us and Save Money. , Phones 505 and 506. 204 and 206 E. Orerland St. Allies Are Eeenforced By Czar's Men For Drive Against Germans. .Marseilles. France, April 25. An other contingent of Russian troops has at rived "here. The Russians were received with all military honors and debarked amid en thusiastic cheers The contingent arrived at 1C oclock this morning. Its coming being greeted by the flying of flags and blow ing of whistles from the craft of many nations In the harbor and by a large crowd massed otrthe quay. Gen. Minissier, the governor of Mar seilles, accompanied by his staff, wel comed tho commander of the Russian force. The Russian troops assembled on the decks, replied to the greeting from the shore and harbor with hearty cheers. The debarkation was immediately be gun. The first force of Itussians arrived at Marseilles on Thursday of last week and Saturday passed through Lyons on the way northward, presumably for service with the French troops at tho front. The number of men in the ex- IIMllflnn iiran nnt lenlnssil nltlirtli(.ll the Kusslan contingent was described ' It was intimated in dispatches from Marseilles that possibly a quarter of a million men would be sent this spring from Russia to France, as Ilussia has more men under training than she can use on her fighting IlneB and It is easier to equip them in i-iunce than in Russia. BRITISH SHIPS London, Eng., April 23 An attack on German positions on the Belgian coast by British warships is reported in an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Am. BieruHiii. The bombardment is indi cated as one of the heaviest in this re gion during the war. The disoatcli says the following roes- sage has been receled in Amsterdam from Flushing: feverai British warships, accom panied by destroyers and other vessels, Mondav bombarded Zeebrugge and the German batteries off Hevst, Blanken berghe. and Knocke. The bombardment was one of the heaviest since the be Kinninir of the -war and also of the longest duration. "Th rlamaeo ilnno of 7fTvt-nftro Id said to have been enormous. The har bor and docks were hit several times and some ships were sunk. British aircraft also threw bombs on German batteries " BRITISH AIRMEN ATTACK ENEMY CAMP NEAR SUEZ Timlnn Ens-lnnH Anrll M. 'Rlirht . TT, r ----" ---, -: " " . .,V i British airplanes bombarded tho hosttlo nun i nn niiinn SntLLdLLblUWI camp at cjuatia, in Ji-gj-pt, near tne elected were George Rogers, II. B. Sues canal, it was announced officially , Haves. C. M. Lyman. David McKnlght. todas The camp was destroyed and Dr. George H. Mengel, T. D. Porcher, V. the hostile troops, the aviators report. I R. stiles, R. J. Tlghe and B. M. G. Wil apparently began to wrthdraw from I Hams This spring completes the 13th that district. jear of service of Rev. Henrj Easter as The seeaco hear the SfcefccWfcl of lector of the parish. hostile organised forces 1st such num- It was decided that the three dele bers had not been disclosed nr&PfailBlv 1 trates to which the rhurch Ik entitled Quatia la 25 miles east of' theeuaX on road to El Kantara. where the Turks made their previous unsucessful at tempt to reach the canal. In November, 115 It appears probable that the pres ent attack is being made by tribesmen from the desert rather than by Turkish regulars - GERMAN POWDER FACTORY EXPLODES; MANY KILLED Athens. Greece April 25. A lsrge German powder factory at Dedeagatch tias diow n up. says a dispatch from Sa loniki The explosion killtd a number of persons, among them a grandson of premier Itadoslavoff, of Bulgaria. ATTEvTIOX RKPUnLICAAS. Thoie will be a Republican meeting night April". at"8 oclock. this wTf, I be an Important and Interesting meet i ing Try and come. 1 P A. Hazzard. Republican County Chairman. W. 1L Case. Republican County Chairman. (Political Advertisement.) A dollar saved by buying goods pro duced elsewhere Is a dollar thrown at jour neighbor's birds. Don't trust your films with any body jurt because it's convenient. Say to yourtelt": have Feldman do the work I cannol make a m'uiake. 10c a roll for developing. Or ders finished same day if left be fore 10 a. m. Mail oiders solicited. iyv x cixunitsiiLi. ALI OTHERS 70 Bombs Are Dropped Dur- ing a Raid on Mon- day Night. London, Eng. April 20 Seventy bombs -were dropped during Monday night's zeppelin raid. One man was In- jurcd. Four or five zeppellns, the of- fldal press bureau says. took part in the raid The official statement wis "Last night's air raid oer the Nor folk and Suffolk coasts appears to lrav e been carried out b four or five Zeppe lins, only two of which made a serious attempt to penetrate inland. "About "0 bombs appear to have been dropped One man is reported seriousK Injured No further details of casualties are now available Paris, France. April Jj Six bombs Mere dropped on Dunkirk, France, this morning. A woman was killed and three men wounded. rFRMAN Fl FFT ATTACKS TOAST , UtKIYlAn C1 AllAlfO lUAai OF BRITAIN THEN RUNS AWAY ur Drtllim, mtn rvuiu fttrftl (Continued front trafr J the large number killed, 200 or more nersons were wounded Lowestoft is I the most easterly town in England, an important fishing station and a fash ionable seashore resort Its population is about 30,000. nninsii ship sumc. London. Eng, April 25. The British steamship Ross has been sunk. Eleven members of the crew w ere saved. j i cy pi CMCMT'C ic niiT flF S1- Li;S . Jr !, , . DEBT; TO GET NEW ORGAN Reports of the year's work of all the church organisations were made at the annual parish meeting of the congrega tion of the Church of St Clement, held Monday night at the parish house. The reports presented showed the church to be in a very good financial condition. The rector. Rev. Henry Easter, read the report ot the Sunday school. Mrs. C M Lyman reported as treasurer of the w Oman's guild, Mrs. Kenneth W.MacCal lum as the treasurer of the Altar guild and Mrs W. E Tomcroy for the wom an's auxiliary. The rector reported the church had the funds from the Easter offerings to pay off the $1000 debt on the parish house, leaving the entire institution free of all debt. George Rogers, treas urer, reported that the organ fund con tained the sum of $3520 The church has been put upon a strictly cash basis. The vestrymen for the coming year were elected. J. E Bow en and L. II icicicer m cue new inemoers aci to ti,e vestry and the old members Tucker were the new members added for representation at the 22d annual convocation of tne missionary district of New Mexico, which will be held in the Church of St, Clement on May 2. 3 and 4. should be left to the rector to appoint rather than to be elected. The meeting was very well attended. FARM DEMONSTRATION WORK TO BE DISCUSSED W G Roe has called the members of the land and irrigation committee of the chamber of commerce together to meet wijh the directors at their regular seml-monthl) meeting this afternoon at 4 oclock At the conference between the direc tors and the land and irrigation com- mlttttn trill h, T T. rVlAl.'anll Hint-lot agent of the "farmers' cooperative i demonstration worn, or aco, Tex.. "&l'Jtr"n&Z ference is for the purpose of planning the demonstration work for the en suing year. J. i:. KIMUBIILV DIUS. J. K Kimberl), age 34 years, died Monday afternoon In a local hospital following an Illness of several months Deceased came to 1 Paso three years ago from his home In Alabama The body is being held at the J. J. Kaster Undertaking parlors on North Camp bell etreet, pending news from rela tives. Miss Ilewey, with the Red Star Mill and Elevator Co of Wichita, Kan, is holding a most Instructive cooking school at 108 North Stanton St. from 2 to 5 each afternoon She makes bread each day and many other good ies. Bring pencils and notebooks to take down these tried recipes Adv. I am pleased to testlfv to the mer its of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which I had occasion to use seven years ago for kidney trouble Mj general health was not good, caused from chills and fever and drinking impure water. I felt all tired out, felt so badly at times when I would He down I could scarcely get up. A friend recommended Dr. Kil mer's Swamp-Root, I got a fittv-ccnt bottle and took it It did me so much good that I bought six bottles and gave up the doctors' treatments entirely, and before the six bottles were half gone I felt as well as I ever felt in my life, and after taking the remainder of the six bottles, I discontinued the use of Swamp-Root and have had no occasion to take any medicine for kid ney trouble since; that was seven years ago. t hope those suffering as I did will give Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root a fair trial, for I feel sure they will de rive great help from its use. Tours truly, MRS. T. z. McCarthy. 206 X Main St Tarls. Texas. State of Texas, Lamar County. ' Personally appeared before the un dersigned authority T. Z. McCarthy, who save under oath that the above statement Is true and correct this Feb ruary 25th, 1915. J. M. LONG, Notary Public, Lamar County, Texas. Letter to Dr. Kilmer A. Co., Dlocliamton. A. Y. Trove What Swamp-Root Will U Tor You. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co, BInghamton, N. T.. for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telllntr about the kldnevs and bladder When writing, be Miie and ' mention The HI Pao Tlerala Regular I fiftj-cent and onc-dollir sue bottles for s-ile at all drug stoies Advertisement MM BOMBED i KILLED; 3 HURT CHILLS, Fffl ID KIDNEY TROUBLE Rebels Are in Possession of I Various Parts of the I ; Irish Capital. j ; London, Eng. April 23 Augustine Birrell, chief secretary for Ireland, an- ' nounced in the house of commons to- ; I day that grae disturbances broke out in Dublin Monuaj lie added that troops had been sent to the Irish cap ital and that the situation was now ' well in hand Serietarv Burell said that 12 persoi s had been killed before the disturbances were quelled. Mr Bin ell declared that the rebels I were in possession of four or five dif-r.-, narln of the city of Dublin li.. also announced that four or five sol diers had been killed. Mr Birrell made bis announcement in reply to a question by commoner Crang immediately after the assembling of the house He said that the postoffice had been forcibly taken possession of and that telegraphic communication had been cut In the course of the day, however, Mr Birrell said, soldiers arrived from the t'urragh camp and the situation was now well In hand BRITISH KNIGHT IS ON TRIAL ON TRAITOR CHARGE (Continued from pace 1. 1 October a returned Irish prisoner re- -,.,! tha, sir Roeer had visltert the prison camp at Limburg and vainly tried to mauce irisn prispners to join an Irish brigade he was said to be raising in Germany to fight against Lngland. It was reported a short time ago that Sir Roger had applied fo. citixenshlp In Bavaria. Later came a report from a neutral country that he had been arrested in Germany on an unspecified charge. R. H. CARRINGTONrFORMER T. & P. OFFICIAL, DIES HERE Funeral services of Robert II Car rington, of Los Angeles, Calif., who died local hospital Sundav afternoon E1UOI1 will be held this afternoon at four oclock at the J J Kaster Undertaking parlors on North Campbell street. The body will be shipped to Los Angeles "Wednesday morning for burial The deceased was 52 years of age and had lived in El Paso for the past eight 5 ears. The serv ices will be conducted r ' " - by Kev. lienry Easter. He was formerly connected with the Texas A Pacific as general agent TWO MEXICANS KILLED IN RUID0SA, TEXAS, FIGHT Vlarfa T-xa. April 2t. V report ha ..,...., ,-. .in.i- .-.. t.. ,. Utile town of RuidoM. Texas. 5i mlis I fighting has been in progress for po south ot Marfa The report ays Jems cha- sitions near Dead Man s Hill, north i nn ... uovImh luith fxiM nnn. i !iHf nf sriiiiii tnf war office an T-- alS CftltlllS! ! JlKKit & S UIU i-s - chihuahua. jut across tne rter rrom Kufdona, were killed when, with several om pan ions, they attempted to force Pane ho 1'rieta, a merchant, to admit them, to a dance being held In his building. Prieta and a deputj sheriff. Philfpe Lujon, were arrested after the killing:. TALKS ON RAPID GROWTH OF ORDER MADE BY LIONS Comments on the flourishing condl- tion of the order were made at tbe Weekly luncheon of the Royal Order of Uons at the Zieger hotel Tuesday, Approximately 25 members of the order attended the luncheon, while several guests wera also present Reports on the fast increasing membership of the order were made, while several brief speeches by members interested the guests. PULLMAN BRASS FOUND IN SOUTH SIDE JUNK SHOP On search warrant Issued out ot justice J M Deaver's court a quantity of brass, alleged to belong to the Pull many company, was recovered Monday bv the constable's office in a junk shop at 720 South Oregon street, said to be long to Herman Bloch. The value of the brass, consisting of trimmings, in placed by the Pullman company at $30. LUNACY CHARGE FILED AGAINST LESTER OGG BY HIS BROTHER A complaint rharclnR lunacy was filed Monday afternoon in th county court against Lester B. Ogg, recently arrested en a cnarge or forgery in connection with a . check transaction. The complaint was filed b Harrr Okz. a brother. Ogg Is alleged te have cashed a $19 check at the Paso del Norte drawn on the First state bank of Port Stockton. THE COURTS HVT DISTRICT COIRT. I R. I'rlee, presiding. J A. Frjedenbloom vs. J. L. McAfee, suit to dissolve pannersnip; on trial. CSTIt DISTRICT COURT. Ballard Coldnril. presiding. Luis Terrasas vs. John W. Gist ct a!, sequestration: verdict for defendants. Jay A. Knox vs. Addle I. Byles et al, suit on note and foreclosure; Judg ment for plaintiff. 3TH DISTRICT COIRT. Dan M. Jnekson, presiding. State vs. West Texas club, injunction, case continued. COU.NTV COURT. Adrian Fool, presiding. State vs. Juan Gashert and Alberto Mata, selling liquor on Sunday: filed. .ILfcTICK COURTS. .1, J. Murphy, presiding. State vs. George Strauss and II Asun solo, speeding: defendants pleaded gull, ty and were fined S and costs each. J. 31. Denver, presiding. State vs Jose Hernandez, disturbing the peace; bond fixed at $200. STRUCT! IIAI, IIIOV "WORKER. DIP.S IIKRR) ROIIY TO LITTLE ROCK The body of friaries Spearman, age 39 years, who died Sunday morning In a local hospital, will bo shipped to Little Rock. Ark. for burial. Tuesday night by the J. J. Kaster Undertaking companv Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 6 oclock at the parlors on North Campbell street. Rev C !. Over street officiating The deceased was a member of the International Bridge Builders' and Structural Iron Workers' union, and had resided in 131 Paso for several years He is survived by his widow living in Little Rock. C. K. MORRIS ARRRSTTJD l DISORDERLY IIOIISH CII IRGK Charged with running a disorderly house C ,B. Morris, proprietor of a rooming house on South Oregon street was arrested Sunday night by city detectives. He was later released on a bond of J60 Four Mexican men who wore In the bouse at the time were arrested on vagrancy charges and released on bonds of $25 each. TIIOM IS M.lDDi:.. RAII.RO D MAX, D1IIS IV HOSPITAL Thomas Madden, age 42 vears a member of the Order of Rallwav Con ductors, died Mondav afternoon at 4 50 OllOck in a lofdl linanltal He is survived bv two hi others livine I in Jdnesvine. w is . who uib Iifph noiinen or Ms death ui nis ueacn j Nord is received fiom ielaliesi will li, Ik Id u the J j ' ndertaknm p.ulois J I ntil word is received fiom iclal the noil Kastei I K ,..-.- - - .a xS?;JsshS& - i , -a4J STfSECT SCZHC Iff FJIZJZlZ' Street sun. m th town of Tamil, where a cavalry detachment under the attacked. 'J lie woiks ot one of the big American gold aiming plants show m the denied? that much of tins property has been destroyed. THREE GERI ! OHKSftt Efforts to Break Through Newly Established French Positions Fail. Paris. France. April 23. Three suc cessive attacks were made by the Ger- i . . .. -k. x. ' mans Monday ntgnt on me new ...,. . positions near Dead Man's Hill on the Verdun front. A war office announce- j ment today says the first two as saults failed completelv, and the third attack, although assisted by the use P A rrAa aIcta KlAtn lsTX n " "' """" Y J. i. man, fit..inrl h.nvv InKS j.ne uer- : Tminn BtlKtainprl he.avv losses. , ....- ..... -r - - , uerman troops aieo miuipu carry an advanced post at the redoubt of Avocourt, but failed. On the Verdun front east of the Meuse there was less activity. Fight ing with grenades occurred this mora ine in ADremont forest. r - t W 1. -....., ' YJ.; i?- f'"'i. '", ,-"., , lueriin. oeriiian. -tun, -u ..t.., i !- . m -u.-- --T ------ - nouncea toaav l ne r rencn aonntui In waves atrainat the German trenches. but were driven back under the Hre of the infantr WEST TEXAS CLUB HEARING ON INJUNCTION POSTPONED The hearing to show cause whj- an injunction should not be issued in tha case nf the state aarainst the West Texas club was postponed, when called in the J4th district court Monday. i The application for an injunction was brought by district attorney W. i vy. Bridgers and the hearing was set . for April 21. The case was filed April io. it is sought to close the club on i the ground that it is selling liquor la violation of the state law. ' j c:kd m s walks rnou ni:uiM I STR13IJT CAR. AUTO HITS HIM j An S American was slightly oclock when he was struck by an auto- mobile driven by L,ynn K. McCllntocK in the 400 block on San Antonio street. According to witnesses the aged man stepped out from behind tho street car and was knocked down. Mr McCllntock had his car under control and, after being picked up the man declared that he was not injured ES Miss Ethel Hewey, "Widely i Known Domestic Science i Teacher, Here for a Week s Under Auspices of Red Star Milling Company. Miss Kthel Hewey, of JVichlta. Kan., one of the most widely Known domes tic science demonstrators In the west, this afternoon opened a free cooking school and daily demonstration with Red Star flour in the Stockkmen's Guaranty Loan company building at 1U-11T South Second street The lec tures and demonstrations! are free to the ladies- of Albuquerque and vvill be continued each afternoon next week from 2 to 5 oclock. Miss Ilewey is working under the direction of the Red Star Mill and Elevator company of Wichita, manufacturers of Red Star flour, and S. R. Hawks of Amarillo, Tex., southwestern distributor for the company, is here attending to business details of the demonstration. Red Star flour already has i large J local consumption, having been Intro- ! dnced many years ago by the L U i Putney w holesale grocery house. Tha purpose of the free demonstration and lanl,in nAiiraa ( nt innrnA nrlmorlln : to aid in introducing and extending demand for Red Star flour, but the demonstrations are absolutely free and without strings of any kind. There is absolutely no soliciting. It is a complete course in tho right use of flour and in cooking In all Its varied departments. Miss Hewey is a skilled and rapid demonstrator and an enter taining lecturer and her work will b not only helpful to the ladies of Albuquerque, but enjoyable. Cakes, pies, cookies and eoffee will be served from time to time during the afternoon demonstrations, the first Of which took place this afternoon Beginning Monday aftemoqn at 2 oclock chairs will be provided for all the ladles who come and every care will be taken for the utmost comfort and convenience of those who wish to take advantage of the lecture course. (Albuquerque Evening Herald, April IB. I?l. I Miss Hewey is now in fl Paso to be gin this same work for the ladies of this city. Held Rros. secured the Red Star flour account a few months ago and today thev have this celebrated flour In nearlv all the leading grocery stores of this cltv it's piovlns a great favorite No one that attends these lessons will he liicappointrt! Xo 10$ X btanton .M Adv. . iisiln Terrace is well woith a ti in I in see -- i high class icsi(lene ,f, Hon its nuuie i- .iln.I issuied dv j LEGTUR OUI ALBU DKHQUEMS The War Ai a Glance A GERMAN battle cruiser squadron raided Lowestoft on the English east coast this morning. The warships re mained in the vicinity for about 20 minutes, getting away clear af ter bombarding the shore and land ing hits on two British light cruisers and a destroyer which en gaged them. According to tbe British official statement, the ma terial damage was probably insig nificant. The Germans after heavily bom barding the position, made three successive assaults Monday night in the region of Dead Man's hill, northwest of Verdun. Paris claims all. three attacks failed and that an attempt to carry an advanced post at the Avocourt redoubt also failed. Germans Bombard Dunkirk The German bombardment of Dunkirk was resumed this morn ing, six bombs being dropped woman was killed and three men wounded. More Itiimlanu neach France Another contingent of Rusitn troops arrived at Marseilles this morning. Bulgarian Lois, 137,000 Men Bulgaria has lost 57,000 men killed and 59,000 wounded or cap tured In her war operations, ae- cording to Bulgarian newspaper estimates. IlrHish Attack Ilelcian Const A bombardment of German posi tions on the Belgian coast by British warships, described as one of the heaviest in this region dur ing the war, is reported In a newi agency dispatch from Amsterdam Zeebrugge is said to have suffered enormous damage. Zeppelins Raid England Seventy bombs were dropped li Monday night's Zeppelin raid on England and four or five Zeppelins participated, according to an an nouncement today from the British press bureau. British Airmen Raid Xear Sues Eight British airplanes bombarded and destroyed a hostile camp at Quatia, Egypt, near the Sues canal. It was announced officially in Lon don today. ROBBED 1 JUARBZ. Ml COMPLAKVT LIBS JIEUB Francisco Garcia Rtvas and Victo riano Saldivar, charged. with theft from the person, were discharged by Justice J. M. Deaver Tuesday morning follow ing their examining trial. The case was dismissed on the ground that the alleged theft occurred in Juarez. . iir4- -. r. Only Four More Days of COOKING SCHOOL At Standard Grocery Co. F YOU haven't been in attendance at Mrs. Evans Cooking School, be sure and avail vyourself of the remaining four days. Valuable instructions are given at each session and the menu changed daily. Come early Bring pen cil and pad. Baed Eggplant with Pimentos (Served in ramekins) Chanfroid of Boiled Ham English Cheese Cakes French Pastries with Fruit. , MUSICAL PROGRAM Dunns the Cooking School Hours 2:00 till 4:00 p. m. there will be a delightful musical program. rt. ?,iv &vc. command" 'if "Wsj Iiank Tompkins was bat ground. . It has betn reporti d and MI ORDERS S!G LIT OFJIK. 3,000,000 Feet Big Timber is Reported Bought; 196 Cars Here. An order for 3,000,000 feci of bis timber is reported to have been placed by the army for shipment to Coluni bus and another order of 19S cars of lamber placed for shipment to El Paso It is believed that the big timber is to be used for platforms and for bridge building below the line as well as for temporary barracks for the sol diers being concentrated in the vicin ity of Casas Grandes and Colon tj. Dublan. The shipment of 15S cars of lumber to El Pao is thought to hie betn ordered for use in constructing tem porary barracks on the bordtr neia for the troops, in the event that the tioops are brought out of Mexico and are kept on the border U the quartermaster d not Ma i William Elliott declared Tueftd.ir th.i ' nu orders had been placed through h.s office for this timber and that he knew of no such orders for lumber SIXTH CAVALRY GOES WEST TO COLUMBUS TO JOIN PERSHING Four trains bearing the Sixth cavalrv from the Brownsville country to Colum bus. X. M., passed through El Paso dur ing Monduv night and Tuesday a. m, the last of the foui trains passim; through Tuesdav morning at 9 oclock. The Sixth cavalry has been stationed at Harlingen, Texas, under the com mand of CoL Joseph A Gaston The troops are almost all recruited to full war strength and are the second prt of the S300 men asked for by Gen Persh ing to strengthen the column in Mexico TRRR 7. S I.OSliS SI IT. (Continued from pace 1 ) ages. The case was tried in the 65th district court? Gist, Krupp, Carusso and Gilchrist set up claim to the sheep, claiming that they had been purchased from a man named Hilario Munbi. who lived in th state of Zacatecas. Ilex, and had been seised bv the Villistas and brought to the Terrasas ranch, where they were held until they were shipped out. The defendant put in a claim for ex penses incurred as a result of the se questration proceedings, amouning to JS0OO. The JUrv awarded $300 damages on these claims. !&&,. '