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EL PASO HERALD
Fridav, Feb. 13, 1920. . Cattlemen Make FinalPlansFor Big Convention -; for th romcntlon of the - ,iid'- and S'Lthwestern Stock- - .i-o :atir r :o be held In Tuc- M.i-cl: anl 3 are rapidly taking r-". and a pr- uirunary draft of the - -..g-im has teen prepared by J. N. "' i ii n. secretary of the association, -. '- st headquarters are in El Paso. Th convention -will be called to . t at 10.30 a. m March 2. L. C. i of Marfa president of the as- i'lor will deliver the annual ad- - -; The principal speaker on the 'i.-am will be attorney general A. cl.t-Ii Palmer of Washington, who talk on "Effects of Packers' rf-;ee." State senator J. C. Kin- of Montana, will deliver an ad usa on "The Financial Difficulties ' - til- Cattleg-"weri ' other speakers will be B Hud- m th, E Jd. Johnston, of Houston. d agent for the department of n.ulture. P Mullin, president r,zona Catt grrowers' association: r F Taylor o: Tucson and Zach Cobb, ' E' Paso. 'EL PASO WANTS CABIN FOfl PARK Dr. Black Gives Jurymen Lesson hi Chiropracty gen mm II. KM, DEM New York. Feb 13 -Bri.- Gen. The Jury In the county court In the I swat.. Th. PgiAW T, mAlp dfeKlrA- Actinc mivor Il C Semnle Friday -.-.,.. J,..j -u nnnt..i....l New York. Feb 13 Rrie. medicine without license, was siren a ?t,r Davloon. second in command at Dn James W. Law., chairman of th. eonU 2& ?"' " ltfrdToBmtm: local chapter of the Red Cross and " VSeleto. wT. nSroduerf and in "ft ?!" ! .fL ,bn """ other oKlcials of the chapter, and detail the doctor pointed oat lost WU IP'a!on,1fi "2 Irradnat. from ask the Red Cro to donate . '!' "'' , $ . WimW52Xt'l?8Z gift shop, the lor cabin in San Ja- ""ST.- """LfLS Montana Indian war the Philippine. Cinif theed" tTd'onate. the I hf '" - - fllI5S1-.I S?!"A JSS: S2- 'hc"yK-Ti"n,r,1 SrTffiCtSiU foTvtoua "S5S2. it to Washington park, where it will be converted into a place for .the comfort of automobile campers who pan through the city in large num bers during the year and who stop over night at the camping grounds at Washington park. The Red Cross officials agreed to move the lob, cabin from the puua as son as the Red Cross war activi ties In El Paso were over. Since the citizens donated the money for I building the cabin and councilman nrfl has bee- received here that point out tht to move the caWn and ailments xsithout the use of the knife, drags or medicine. Case Goea To Jury, The case Is In the hands of the jury. This U Dr. Black's fifth trial on charges of practicing: medicine, without a license. In the other four eases he was found eullty. Last Tuesday a jury in the same court, presided over by county judge J. M. Deaver, found Br. Black nilty on one of the charges and assessed his tn caoin ., - - i --.. .. nn i,i.. . t ,-. - r " ---- :-- .. i.-- line at. ..ssv unu wu uaja ia jail. t.- ., ,c ilin..U6 t-ww yii:ii- to tne par wouia save aooui .wv xror t !- .- the defence - for the convention and a er.t ! w- VT- .. .- K.iuinc I ror ine '? "B. lIe aeience -- ta, IIIO (AauajciB jjiusbc. . OI i i -K& tsTnevar mnaav in ksliMIntT utockmen have slplfied ;a house for the campefs. nn of attendlnr A lance, 1 -in this district possibly E! Paso in a special train. i jP M BWBni'CSSSSDTqSPlSWBSSSSSg'1 Saf FRANCHISE ASKED FOR NEW ELECTRIC SYSTEM IN N. H. Santa Pe, N. M.. Feb. 14. Applica tion for franchise to build an electric street car line in Santa Fe has been filri hv .lamM T RritlL of Washing ton. The company promises to be-! ins; him the state board of medical grin construction in 90 days and run examiners was not authorized to Thursday Introduced into the case the testimony of Dr. Black regarding" his educational Qualifications. For the first time he managed to set his statement to the jury that he had repeatedly tried to fret a license to care diseases, and had more than once appealed to the state board of mcoicaj examiners xor a license, m exhibited letters from the board tell- WP t-arn inside a week. Mr. Brut stated would ask the IVniL i legislature for franchise for an In iflllE , terurban line to Albuerque and Las Vegas. He also said capital Is ready mm - Was. OC aUV 0CUU bu . rOT Infant to bnild a nower olant at AVhite J&- Tt,'J t Rock canyon on the Rio Grande, if rCClBTallSt .ehts can be obtained. Mr. Britt is an attorney represent- N Cooka; ing eastern capital. rraut medical licensee to chiroprac tors because the law does not cover chiropractors. The law provides that persons of fering to treat human aliments by any method -whatsoever must have a license from the state board of med ical examiners. Dr. Black is not a medical man. he points out, but is a chiropractor. Appeals For Xerr Law, For the first time Dr. Black Nutritious Diet for All Aces hkxrihtta wax nomlvvted ww k W " C3 FEDERAL DISTRICT ATTORXBY 3U1CS launch at Home Or Office Washington. D C. Feb. U. R. .permitted to tell the jury that he has Taylor, of Henrietta. Texas, was J bn to Austin In the Interest of VOlJ Imitations find SnOStftatr' nominated federal, iFt-ict attorney for the northern district of Texac. 'the stricter the better, be passed . vhlith ismnlit vrat( 111 nrnfautaa I only xour witnesses were used in the case. Dr. Black testified Is his 1 own behalf, and deputy district clerk E, M. Montes said Dr. Black had never j filed a medical license In the office of the district clerk. ' The other two witnesses were Miss Alberta Baton and her mother. Mrs. ' A. L. Eaton, 942 Upson street. They were state witnesses. The girl said Dr. Black cured her of appendicitis. She said the doctor told her he be lieved he could cure her, and that he did cure her and that his fee was cladly paid. The mother corroborated Cuba, China, and Alaska. Later he had charge of the debarkation of troops at Hoboken. He was 50 years old Gen. Davison was sent to Cuba and to the Philippines during the Spanish war, where he was twice recom mended for brevet for gallantry In action. He returned to the United States in 19t and was on duty in San Francisco at the time of the earthquake and fire, having charge of a refugee camp. Subsequently he went to Alaska then to Texaa and later was at tached to the general staff at AVashlnfrton. In 1S10 he returned to the Philip pines as aide to Maj. Gen. Bell and was placed in charge of the Philip pine scouts. He accompanied the first American troops to China in 1812 and later served with the allied armies at Tien-Tain. In 1914 he returned to the Philippines Bad was then sent to the Texas border. When America entered the war he organised the I With depot brigade at Camp Lewis, Wash and- soon after ward was promoted to be a briga dier general. During the war he served in Colo rado and at Camp Kearney, Calif. After the armistice he was given command of one of the largest de mobilisation centers in the west at Fort RueseM. Wyo. From there he came to Hoboken as executive under Maj. Gen. Shanks. Gen. Dovison is survived by his widow. FRENCH PREMIER INSISTS ON TRIAL OF CRIMINALS Continued from pase 1.) tion is exoected. according to some journals, which assert plans under contemplation oo not can zor tne ex pulsion of the Turks from Europe, It Is said the French and Italian representatives are united on this point and that they are supported In some British official circles. FRIENDS HONOR MEMORY OF JOSEPH D. PAGE AT FUNERAL Funeral services for Joseph D. Page, former Kl Paso attorney and a director oc the university cub, woo died at Fort Bayard. N. 2L, Tuesday her testimony, saying that her daugh- J morning, we're held at the chapel at . 1 a a,, -t I Ita -...vM a- . . S r iivu Buurreu Krcaiij ironi appen- i u -wi.i uivcji ovavck. m. . ocrocit inursaay aiternoon. ur. Floyd Foe officiated and burial was in Concordia cemetery. The funeral was attended by an unusually large garnering; or zne&ds dt Ulis. and had been cured by Dr. i.lack. The jury is composed of J. B. Gooefa, C R Martin. K. Sweeten, B. D. Per- Kins, u. w. oauit and o. . Lumby. SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES PASTES AND LIQUIDS S-So?48" THE F. F. DAI1CT CORPORATIONS ITO. BUFFALO. K-t U.S. May Be Up Against It In Next War-Sims Y.M.. rttv V 1 tr.h ISA warn ing that the "United States mar be ' "up against it" in the next war If she s t has to face an enemy's navy single ' handed was uttered last night by rear i , delivered before the Jersey City Lin- ' coin association. "We got away with this Job this time." he said, "but we may be up against it next time with a navy . that is not busy fighting the navies , of other countries at the same time. ! The admiral declared that any critl- . dsm that he has ever made has been i for the benefit of the navy, but the Americans do not like to be criti cised. "America cannot and does not ask for criticism." he declared. "You ! know that They argue: "We're all I right and if we're not we don't want ' to hear It. This is a dangerous atti- ' tude and has cost us thousands of , lives. Assumption has been made that I nave criticised the record of the navy. I have gone beyond the limit in praising the men for their work. I have told the truth some I of this was not liked." GEN. PERSHING PRAISES GEN. H0WZE AND COMMAND High praise Is given to Maj. Gen. I Robert L. Howxe, commanding of ficer of the district by Gen. John J. : Pershing for the excellent conditions troops arere found to be In, in this I district. In a letter which Gen. Howze has Just received from Gen. Pershing t tne commanaer or tne American ex- . petitionary forces says: "It was a great pleasure for me to visit El Paso and Fort Bliss. "The splendid condition of Fort Bliss, and the troops under your com mand, apeak well for the hard work which you and your officers have done. I have seldom seen a finer turn out and mounted review than 1 that which I enjoyed 3Jpnday. and I ! wish to congratulate you and every officer and man for the way it was carried out. I was especially Inter- I ested and pleased in the military ex- f nioit wnicn we examined on sanaay, and only regret that my time was so j short that I could not see the military ' exhibitions of the troops which bad ) been prepared." i FRENCH POLITICAL INTRIGUE I WITH SERBIA MEETS ATTACK I Rome. Italy. Feb. 13. Negotiations i between France and Serbia last fall preliminary to a military convention, details of which were published here yesterday, are the subject .of bitter comment by the Messaggero. which in the past has been very friendly to France. "These negotiations are a remnant of the old political system." the news paper says. "Such a situation finds its correction when neonles after hard experience ia war refuse to support each political intrigues. These nego tiations are not to be attributed to France but to some French politicians ll v lartre sratherina ? ""tit-. , na. ! ? V I rtf tha slat a H man Tka flrkl Aff.r. Crosse, wis, defended Dr. Black. The l""8 wre about the casket;??0 .i!?"Blneto """S to il? in a nuge put uo conspicuous amoagf -v. .t: ..w . .. ueiti w them was a floral blanket, the tribute . Ji1 .attl!?11te"and 'nnetlons of state was represented by county at toroey Will u. Pelphrey and his as sittant, C. H. Veale. GIRL HELD BY CALIFORNIA ; POLICE ON FORGERY CHARGE Los Angeles, Caltf.. Feb. IX Miss Jessie L. Spitz and Joe Parsen were arrested here today by the police, who charged that Miss Spitx was wanted Cleveland Ohio, fnr the alleged r -culatn of more than $10,000 In . orthiess checks, and for similar -.irsa t of hTf in the amount of I of the University club. 'Intimate friends of the -dead man acted as pallbearers. the old Austria. This new Austria Is gotlations occurred just at the time LI when France was trvincr to eomi,ltni FUNERAL FOR MRS. C UERilLVtuesrTw.ecajlsiy tne policies oi Bismarck. PFfS2 i'Ji&?i c 5ritSf ?V. , k& k -: ri ?Jik Jr-B $ ftte1 TO BE HELD AT ST. CLEMENTS The funeral of Mrs. Charlotte !Hanr. who died at her residence. 1011 North El Paso street. Thursday at 2 p. m.. will be held from St. Cle ment's church Saturday at S p. m. Mrs. Staoer was born on January i :8, ll. at Alexandria, Rapides parish. T.A twiner 71 v..r. vlrf G.nl.l.. j relaties include three daughters and fl5S of nations which were parties to ' three sods. They are Gertrude I. i tne dniand for the extradition of , Mauer. voc llundy avenue: Mrs. B. D Germans accused of war crimes. Sick Nichols ana Mrs. J. R. Kerr, both of .""" musu inereiore. be PHYSICIANS OF GERMANY RESENT EXTRADITION EDICT Berlin. Germany. Thursday. Feb. 12. Physicians at BrunsbnetteL at tne beginning of the Baltic canal, have voted not to go on board ships flying ' lull North El Paso: John PrHnl ! Frederick Charles and William Cecil t Mauer. V. . ji"- -LlT'C. , s.? CALUMET BISCUITS-light, flaky mounds of goodness capped with a tender, done-to-a-turn crust You'll admit that no other biscuits can compare with themthe minute the first batch comes from your oven. rssif GALUMET Makes Most Palatable and Sweetest of Foods because itisabsolutely pure in the can and in the because its leavening strength never varies, never weakens. It is always the same, and results are always the same always the finest. Absolute certainty more than the usual rising force, -with the moderate price you pay for CALUMET make it decidedly the most economical of leaveners. JMtYTTjfJj You save when you buy it You save when you use it You save tnatcruk it is used with. A perfect product of the world's largest most up-to-date and sanitary Baking Powder Factory. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially ap proved by TJ. S. Food Authorities. Try it! Drive away bake-dsv failures. Redoes baking cipensf. Have most delicious tmd whole soae bskizgs. ; w ..i i earns w' (OUCAOO V MRS. SIDVEV COLDtVELL DIES. The body of Mrs. Sidney CoMwell. I :i years old. who died at her home I in 'lint. Texas, at 7:45 a. m. Thurs- i day. will be sent from- 1 Paso to ! Sierra Blanca. Texas. Friday evening. ; Mrs. Coldwell is survived by a hus- I band and several children. She lived in El Paso for a year, some tlsae pre- , vious to her death, but recently made hr home in Clint. Funeral services and burial will be In Sierra Blanca. TEXXESSBB.VX DEAD. Word ha. been received in 1 Paso announcing the death of Mrs. Hen rietta Baird Goldston, of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Goldston was known In El Paso and is survived by one son. H. B. Baird. of Nashville, and her daughteiinlaw, Mrs. Iura J. Bond, ' 55000 DAMAGE SUIT FILED j OVER SALE OF PROPERTY I The Sam Dreben Petroleum cem- oanv Thnradav .ft.rannn ftll . tn. ashore for treatment, it 1. probable uie poysicians oi nenuesourg. on tne Elder and North sea canal, will take similar action. NAVY RECRUITING COMMANDER RETURNS FROM WEEK'S TRIP Lieut. John B. Hupp. In charge of the El Paso navy recruiting district, returned to ES Paso Friday after an Inspection trip through Las Vegas. Albuquerque and Pueblo, Colo. At the same time chief yeoman G. N. Smith and chief gunner's mate C Pretz re turned from a week's recruiting trip In Marfa, Fabens, Van Horn and Val entine. DBFttTITB STEPS TAKEN TO RETURN V. S. SOLDIER DEAD Washington. D. C, Feb. IX. Defi nite steps looking toward the return of America's soldier dead from France were taken yesterday when secre tary Baker appointed CoL Henry Rethers. head of the grave registra tion service In Europe, and CoL Bent ley Mott. military attache at Paris, as American members of the Franco- .,-. .i .. ICMJt . . AIJi . ! WUU4UWW1I. KH W" ttmiiT .. . 5?t:K71 vr' " cnarge or the work. Willie St aL of Wichita CAnntv i JSf!'K?TSr -?-flY,e.?c? ,rict "'..i1 VT- BLISS OFFICER DISCHARGED! rfTTiJi .trtTi. VTi . " peuiion Washington, D. c, Feb. . First charges that the defendants sold tie Ueut Cirl . Studer. auartermaster S?r .!!". Ia? "fraoptljr ep-; corps, has been dlseharged at Fort resenting it to be in good oil terri. tory. GETS ROAD CONTRACT. Santa Fe. X. M., Feb. 11. F. D. Shuftlebarger. of Albuquerque, has been awarded the contract for build ing 1.71 miles of the Mens Canyon cooperative forest aid project in Ber nalillo county. Total cost of the project will be about JS7S. TWO 1NDIOTJIBNTS RETURNED. The grand Jury Friday returned In dictments against William Adam, and L. E. HarreU on charge, of theft over THE WEATHER V. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE VRTIIEK BUHEAD. Oseervatlees taken i 9 a. sl. Tftth neridlao time. Feb. 3. lilt. lONLYLACKfDUCl VOICES OP HAVW6 A GOCO CJUARTEli ?j&S. ym r 1X)KECASTS: El Paso and Ttcia. vf 0Dniir fair onJffat and SatBr y; colder. Xw Mexico asd riaona . Fab- to-lft-ht and Saturday: ot tnticB ehaac in mpratar. West Texas: To ishi ud Satvrday encrallr fair; a4d r, cold ware north ortion with tem perature 12 to St. ia El Paso at nooo . tuuiari a. i KIai,v. Bumtdttv Haturdar was 15 percent noon Saturdar was A. Prsctpttauoa last 24 boors (Inches) DMit w wsvuwr. . . . .... Lowest Temp, last Bitot.. Hisbest Temp. Yact'dy.l ewp. at, &. U....I Atdleno 4: AtaarQIo z Bites. - r" VEILS DUGN0SIS OF, PRESIDENTS CASE (Conttnned from pace X.. anoe on racord wbereln confidence Bat In tbe matter of Mr. 'Wilson's lllnees the correspondants bavo Bter ally been up a tree. Torn between a desire not to pry too closely Into the private affairs of the president and conscious at the same time tnat the public bas a right to know whether its chief executive can transact public business, the newspaper men have consistently accepted statements made to them from authoritative Quarters as being frank and complete. Dr. Young's revelations elves the im pression that on more than one occa sion the correspondents were deliber ately misled. Secrecy Intenalfless Eagerness. This may not be important, from tbe viewpoint of officials, for they frequently Imagine the public is much less interested In events than are in quiring correspondents; more than one request for information has been lightly dismissed as "Idle" curiosity. In the particular Instance, tbe power of withholding tbe truth served only to intensify tbe eagerness of the pub lic to know the true state of Mr. Wil son's health. Demands for informa tion have come from newspapers usu ally very friendly, but theie editorials have had little effect. Somebody, then, hit upon the idea of Issuing an inspired statement) giving details. Tomorrow At The Boston Store! An Important Week-End Offering Of 1000 PAIRS WOMEN'S SILK HOSIERY AN EVENT that promises to break all former hosiery sale records! Most of the lots advertised have adequate as- ortments, but there are one or two where the quantities are .united so we urge early shopping. Inasauch as these prices are for Saturday only, and w positively rever back to their regular prices oo Monday, you raust shop tomorrow to take advantage of these extremely low prices. All maS orders vrill be filled received up to Monday. vSk Jl JOaSJsnSJFfl ssavSjsV Gordon Pure. Thread Silk Striped Hose, $1.00 Pr. Stripes in contrasting colors; not aH sizes or col ors; limited quantity. A few solid colors d 1 included, pair P Burson Fashioned Silk Hosiery, $1.85 Pr. Worth ranch more; black only, sizes &A 9. 9)4 ten dozen k thk lot. A special purchase and ST.... $1.85 Arisio Pure Silk and Fiber Lace Hose, $1.00 Pr Black, white, brown ; aH sizes; ia the drop stitch lace effect On sale at lets than wholesale cost, pair . . . SI Gordon H300 Pure Thread Silk Hose, $2.25 Pr. The peer of aB silk hosiery! Will be sold for $350 in Spring; black. white, colors, all sizes, tomorrow only .... $2.25 Gordon Silk and Fiber Hose, $1.25 Pr. At less than wholesale today; black, white, col ors, all sizes. Oac of the best wearing qualities on market ...$1 ewD Gordon Pure Silk, Lace Hose, $2.75 Pr. Bfeck woke, cordovan. aM sizes; a rauch-k-de-BMBd dropstkeh lace hose; new Spriag shipment oa sale tomor row at . $2.75 Saturday Thrift Specials From the Busy BAR GAIN BA SEMENT i A STROLL through our large and spacious Bargain Basement Store will convince you that in the matter of thrift and economy our prices and values lead our regular prices are the lowest in the city, whereas these Sat urday thrift specials listed below are even still lower : Balh Soap Boss Bath Eeap, made by the Falmotrra Ceapaay. regular 7e cake, Saturday Thrift Sfeeial oo sale at, 1 Cr 3 cakes for AJU Toilet Paper large SUM (aH eMBt roll. Pat in a large eoppiy temrrew at the special thrift priee, 'f- the roll w Floor Brush Every heme and shop steds this kind; 14-rach see, pore hair bris tle. Saturday Thrift fljl Cfk Special, priced, each. . P 1 sJU Casseroles Or covered vegttahie eSsa of white seai-BoneiaiB. Begular $1, extra Saturday Thrift Special, S3 50c Dinner Plates TVhite sesai-neteessiB; your set can always use a few extra at this Saturday Thrift Spe- -1 7i ml price each A 2 C Coffee & Tea Pols Made ot good htae eauieL good aH pats, Issritad qaaatity foe to i mm, oa sale at this ertresseJy price of OC 'Pink Satin Pumps Queen Quality state, a clearance of odd and end. ia these piak satis pomps; Saturday Thrift ?... $1.85 Children's Middies Wide collar and tie, of -good, durable white material, open neck. A large quantity on sale tonor row. fine QQ valoes at JOt Sateen Petticoats A range of colors, deep flooBce, starred hen; good quality sateen; Saturday Thrift - QC Special, each 3JL.SJ Voile Waists With ssaall tueks, large collar, lac and embroidery trimmed. Splendid values; Saterdav Thrift. 3ft. $1.19 Plaid Skirls, 3nr models for Sprint with belt aad aide pocket; made of good smafity cotton plaids. Saturday Thrift rfQ QC Price, each rpD.VO Bungalow Aprons Hade of sped quality blue cal ico, open hack, piped seam, regular J1-3S value, far Saturday Thrift each' 85C Save 25c One lie Tube Palm olive Gold Cream FREE with each $1 sale of Palraolhre products to morrow choice of any Palmolive product! S. .t II. Green Tradlne Stamp. Telephone CSOO. Overlaid St, At Stanton Boys' Bloods, 75c Onr recnlar sac Hue at .louse, f.r bays en sale Saturday emly "M .wsSTiormt ctr30aeu 40 34 4 it 42 : L Remember when you buy Calumet, you get a full pound, if you want it. 16 not 12 ounces. Cincinnati Dsnvtr . . . . Dnlvtb . . . . EL PASO .. Galveston HaTre . Kansas Cry LlttlS HOC Los Anreies rw Ori-ans New Tork PnoeDlx . Baswell . SL Louis ..3- Salt Lake City ..34 San Antorm 4 San Franc -co .. 4 Santa F . - EuvtJ 1M. U il AUJ. JpkTashlnfftttn' '. ' '. 4C 3 Rin ' jv Jan. 1 to Feb. 12. inclusive, ltl. .6 in. Jan, 1 to Fsb. IS. inclusive. 1117. .21 in. Jan. 1 to Feb. i:. Inclusive, 1918. 1 Zl in. Jan. 1 to Feb. 12, Inclusive. 119. 7 tn Jan. 1 to Feb. IT. Inclusive. 1920. 1.8S tn. Normal Jan. 1 to Feb. 13, inclusive, .? In. 6 Clear ... Clear ClotKtr 1.12 Clear Snow .! Snow . Clear Clear Clear Pt-CW-; ... Fofgjr . . . Cloodjr ,sc Clovtlr Rain . Clear Clear Clear Cloady ... Clear ciovdr . . . Lightens work tor ria and keeps me -well fed JerVr (SbH Post Toasiies v t This appeared nearly a month aso tn a Baltimore newspaper, but the name ot the physician was not sivaa. The story was not Btven wide circnlatton beeanse ot Its anonymity. Then the same newspaper, actuated no doubt by the desire to keep faith with Its readers, printed a second statement, this time by th. authority of Dr. Hash Young unself. Just tww much the white noose played a part In this effort to set the public straight cannot be ascer tained as yet. Certainly tbe more direct method would have been to Is sue a statement to the Associated Press or the DnIUd Press or Inter national News Service, which three services reach all the newspapers ot the country. Tne Jlyslery Deepens. The mystery deepens whan tt Is found that soma of the thing's in Dr. 1 aunrx ntEer.se.. ar. aeseriMd as I "minor Inaccuracies" amKwhlle the , substance of his declaration appears to rte aamiuea, it is pointea out ay others who are tn a position to know that Dr. Young was not called in un til the trouble with the prostatic gland developed. The laferenee is that he learned about the case second hand trom the other physicians who treated the president's arm and leg, and still there Is no fall and frank statement of the president's condlttea issued on the authority of the white house. Copyright. 1st. The El Paso Herald. EL PASO MAN BUYS BIG RANCH IN UPPER VALLEY The sale of 17J acres of farming land near La Union, tn tbe upper valley, by C. A. Peavy, of the recla mation service, was announced Fri day. Mr. Peavy bought the property from K. D. Camp, of SI Paso, and intends to plant most of the acreage In cotton. The land at present Is planted In alfalfa and is being pat Into shape for cotton. puW 4 W M Wl Bat Ct P..A mJ r .Ma -!&.. ready. Write or call for a copy. I Adv. Your Hair Needs Danderme Save your hair and double its beauty. You can have lots of long;, thick, strong, lustrous hair. Don't let it stay lifeless, thlfl, scraf-gly or fading. Bring back its color, vigor and vitality. Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderlne" at any drug or toilet counter to freshen your scalp; check dandruff and falling hair. Your hair needs stimulating, beautifying "Danderine" to restore its life, color, brightness, abundance. Hurry, Girls!