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EL B4S0 HERALD
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OMAHA STORES
CUTTING PRICES
ai N'l. May 17. One of the
-- t deprtmrnt stores today an-
d a. flat reduction of 3ft percent
n c percent cuts made by
tort Saturda A large men's
uiig estaMiahmejit made a 20 per-
rduction todav making: five
" nhkli hae reduced
Ti marKet broke three or four
1 i dtro ' saia rorge Brandeis,
- )d of the store which made the 30
1 t Tt cut. "Al! otier reasons are
n ' ?t clear our stocks In read-f-s
for npw pnct-s The break doea
nf .,'P' to all goods, hut nearly all.
f"i , id woolen iroods remain
BOY SCOUTS GIVE PROGRAM
AT ST. IGNATIUS CHURCH
" iu 'itiue of nearlv 500 persons
ci the Vy scout demonstration
iruop Zl at St. IgnaUns'a church,
""f ird and Park streets, Sunday after-
n The program was opened by
h ,' talk bv Re. Fr Tranches on
w nat T Scouting followed by the
r'OJi ion of scoutmaster V. E.
' r M Gamero and P Escajeda,
-- 'ant scoutmasters, and Glenn O.
(rnu cout executive,
V exhibition of scout work fol
fd incljding roll call and inapec
i. nrillinsr a semaphore message of
tTT.e, first aid, courtesy, tender
' Tc-i and short setting; up exer
- New members were elected
! Mr Fvroiau spoke on scout alms.
b hnp Schuler pronounced the
ndiction
e eorrmittee in charge of the ex
' -inn was compost of Prank Al
- r- chai rman . Antonio Slaas. A,
i --.- n T'rrutia and V. BarreUa.
i Rogers Pleases
Ellanay Crowds
In Latest Play
The strange boarder, la the- picture
by that name being shown at the
Ellanay theater, is win Rogers. As
a stranger from the western plains
who came to Chicago and became lost
In the confusion of things, Rogers Is
excellent. He makee a typical
"boob." His frankness, honesty and
confidence are so out of olace In the
bigr city that he wins the sympathy
ox the spectators.
The story is unusually Interesting.
The westerner trusts his money to a
"friend,'" who proves to be a crook
and finds himself stranded in the big
city; he can't find a Job; his little son
becomes lout in the city and is nearly
run over by a truck; in the hope of
winning money he enters a gam bile
place and is "pinched in a raid and
gets 30 days, be becomes involved lb
a murder and circumstantial evidence
points against him those are only
some of the exciting moments of the
story.
The child in the story is Rogers's
own son. The little fellow plays with
a great deal of ability and Is re
markably clever. Rogers in his big,
homely way. ideally fits bis role
An interesting feature locally, is
when one of the characters finds it
necessary to go to Mexico for safety
and used the international bridge be
tween El Paso and Juarez in getting
The story is especially well devel
oped and interesting until the very
last reel Ij unwound It will be
shown at the Ellanay for three days.
A. B.
BAILEY SOON TO
OPENCMGN
TEACHERS AND PUPILS
PREPARE HALL FOR EXHIBIT
- i hr and pupils of El Paso
' i ! were busv Monday preparing
n hall for the exhibition of art
ind manual training work, which
Tul open this afternoon and continue
u ednesday night.
T f. rf-nt school f will d resent a
ro-rr-n of dancin-, and singing each
nr i mrt the exhibition will be
,.-r ..nd tonight the A lta Vista and
More head schools will be in charge.
Ti, xh bition includes drawings
! i rranual trajning work, all done
: rao pupils, inducing tnose
"c the high school.
Sure
Relief
ISvWsV "5l
TWO TEXAS RIFLE TEAMS TO
ATTEND NATIONAL MATCHES
Austin, Texas. May 17 Texas Is
to send tiro riffle teams to the na
tional matches at Camp Perry, O,
July 10 to August 2t, one from the
Texas national guard and the other
a civilian team made up of riflemen
from rifle clubs of the state. It was
announced today by the adjutant gen
earl's department. Each team win be
composed of 18 men. including a cap
tain, and the selection of teams will
be made through preliminary com
petitive shooting.
FIRE DAMAGES TKAXSPORT
WAREHOUSE AT FORT BLISS
Fir.'in the motor transport ware
house at Fort Bliss, -which started
early Stindav maminr. l.tvmv.H
about half of the building and caused
a damage estimated at about JSs.toe.
The blazes was finally extinguished
by the civilian fire department at the
post. The blase was discovered by
m buuj. alb UWH IS UnKDOWIl.
GIRLS' CLUB TO 3IEET AT CLINT.
The first summer meeting of the
girls' home demonstration club of
Clint will be held at the home of
am. j. j. .renins lu that city next
Thursday afternoon at 2 oclodc Mies
neien uuDDara swift, county home
demonstration agent, will direct the
class work. Demonstrations will be
given In sewing and in canning as
paragus. There are 20 girls in the
class.
6 Bell-ans
Hot wafer
Sure Relief
BE LL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
LEGION" STARTS DIIIVK.
The American Legion drive for
members started Monday morning.
At least 1000 nsembera are sought by
the 30 teams that are scouring the
city. Dr. K. D. Strong, post comman
der. Is heading the drive. Rev. F. M.
Johnson, Jr, post adjutant. Is In
charge of the office and Trill keep it
open until S oclock each night.
"Walk a Block and Save the Difference"
Panama and Toyo Hat
Fifteen different shapes for
your selection. Sizes from 6 5-8
to 7 1-2; $4, $5 and $6 values,
special at
Dallas. Texas, May 17. Jos. "W.
Bailey will open his campaign for
governor at Linden, Cass county,
within the next ten days, according
to his campaign leaders. Bailey is
expected to arrive in Dallas this
week.
Former congressman Oscar Callo
wa, f peaking at the Bailey meeting
Saturday afternoon, said that Ballev
must buck the labor organizations and
women to win In July. Calloway de
nounced the majority of the news
'papers of the state for being against
.Bauey.
Apprlximatelv 460 Democrats, sup
porters of the candidacy of former
senator Bailey, at the meeting Sat-
urday formulated plans for bringing
about his election, and pledged their
support to tnat ena.
Morrison Springs Sensation.
Laiunxafire used bv T. A. Uarrison.
of Mitchell county, referring to gover
nor Hobby, caused a. sensation. Dur
ing his speech Morrison called Hobby
an unprimanie name. Chairman u.
I. Duff, of Houston, made no attempt
to stop the speaker, and later. Pinkie
Francis, a Bailey man. tried to get
Morrison to leave the stage. He
would not leave, but tried to read
Jim Ferguson's "Forum" article. Duff
then safd Morrison was only Joking.
sometime later. Tom Ridgell arose
and said he is a friend of governor
Hobby and made a motion that what
Morrison said be disregarded because
it was not tne sense- or tne meeting.
Motion was seconded by John Pope.
Chairman Duff said that Morrison
withdrew nis remarks. Morrison
arose and said he did not withdraw
his remarks. Someone then made a
motion that a rising vote be cast
on the governor of Texas not being
what Morrison called him. chairman
Duff proclaimed the vote unanimous.
Twenty-five persons did not stand.
Then the meeting passed a resolution
apologizing to Louisiana for Texas
ratirying sutirage.
"Wants Older Iiesrlalatora.
Lynch Davidson, of Houston, opened
his campaign for lieutenant governor
at uroesoecK sararoay nignc uavia
son said he favors another law which
would draft every man 5ft years old.
wealthy enough to care for himself
and family without working, into the
service of the state and nation, dts
olacincr bovs fresh from law schools.
petty lawyers and professional politi
cians as legislators. If that course is
followed in five years time, present
legislative ills will have disappeared.
Davidson predicted.
R. E. Thomason spent Sunday In
Fort Worth and will speak at Ama
rillo tonight, spending Tuesday and
Wednesday in the pannanoie ana
going to Austin Thursday for the
special session of the legislature.
Republicans To
Meet Tonight;
Are Optimistic
More than 5 percent or the busi
ness men of EI Paso, city and county,
are Republicans, N the opinion of
leading Republicans, according to
Elmer E. Curtn. chairman of the com
mittee named by the head of the Re
publican county committee to organ
ize a Republican club here To or
ganize such a club Republicans will
meet tonight in the 34th district court
According to Mr Curts, a big
ted and so many promt-
I
TEli 0
room.
crowd Is expert
nent men have been mentioned for
club officers that a lively contest is
anticipated.
In order to keep In line Repub
licans w ho have- in the past ot"l
with the Democrats and takn part
in their councils, the Democrats here
have offered places on their ticket to
men who are Republicans, Mr. Curts
said Monda.
"Because of peculiar local condi
tions some Republicans up to now
have been oting in the jVmocratic
primaries and joining in deliberations
of the local Democratic organization.
said Mr. Curts. "Now they have real
ized that the time has come for them
to break away and get back to their
own party. These, with those who
have stuck consistently to their
party, will form a majoritv strong
enough to control both city and
county elections.
This, added to the fact that so
many life long Democrats, thoroughly
distrusted with the nresent adminis
tration and with the strife within I
their own party, are turning to the
i-tepu oilcan parry lor reiiei, nu
thrown into panic the Democratic
leaders of El Paso and west Texas.
Similar conditions prevailing gener
ally in the state had much to do
with the struggle between the Wilson
and Bailey factions.
EOflTEfTCASE
Xew York. May 17. Jules (Nick)
Arnsteln faced charges of contempt
in federal court late todav as the
first move in what is expected to be
a long bailie In connection with New
York's I3.000.OOS bond plot
On Saturday he was questioned bv a
commissioner in bankruptcy, but de
clined to answer. A writ was served
on him in Jail yesterday citing him to
appear to answer the contempt
charge.
Officials interested In Arnstein's
prosecution would not indicate today
when he would be put to trial on the
Indictment charging him with crimi
nally receiving 142,000 worth of Cru
cible Steel certificates, stolen last
fall.
Swanson Will Break
BISHOP SCinJLBIl VISITS TOVA1I. j
Toyah, Tex, May 17 Rt. Rev. J.
Schuler. bishop of the Catholic diocese
of El Haso. spent Thursday night in
Toyah the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. 1
A. Stanton. Bishop Schuler was on i
his way to El Paso from Carlsbad, i
N". M. where he had confirmed a.1
large class of first communion ists
At Pecos he also confirmed a large
class of young communicants.
CALLES PLANS HIS SWING
TO CAPITAL OF MEXICO
(Continued from pase 1)
COLISEUM SURRENDERED
TO (L 0. P. GSNERAL STAFF
Chicago, 111. May 17. The Chicago
coliseum was turned over to the
Republican national committee this
morn tog and work started immediate
ly on the alterations necessary for
the convention June S. Offices of the
committee and convention leaders will
be ready for use in May XI when the
national committee begins hearing
contests.
S
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I m3 3m
' C mJ VPIEn C6B
m xI I Villi -Cj304 H
I Republicans I
All Republicans are urged to attend a meet- I j
H ing in the 34th District Court Room tonight '
at 8 o'clock to organize a Republican club. 1
H (Political Advertisement). H B
MOURHEID rAnKXT-TEACHERS
TO HOLD MEI3TI.; FRIDAY
The cioeinsr meeting ef the Parent
Teacher's association of the Morehead
school will be held on Friday night
at the school, Kansas asd Arizona
streets. The officers for next year
will be elected ana tnere wui oe an
exhibition of the domestie science
work, drawing and manual training
work done by tne pupils aurtng tne
past year. There wiIKalso be a pro
gram of music and dancing In which
the children of the school will par
ticipate. CHURCH 5KSD1 FLOWERS
TO SICK PKOPLIJ OF CITY.
The resrular morning services at
the Grandview Mission Baptist church
Sunday morning were featured by the
presentation to each of the 250 per
sons in the congregation, of a bou
quet of flowers Flowers were used
profusely tor decorations also, and
after the services arrangements were
made to carry many of them to sick
people in the city. Rev. F. W. King.
jjuslvs, ytnusuu uu iuu new 4ut?
And How To Live It."
PEEPER ALARMS RESIDENTS.
At 2:10 oclock Monday morning do
lice received a call from 2121 Grant
avenue, where, they were told, a man
was looKrag in a wmoow ana ijasn
ing a light Into the room. At 2:45
oclock they received an identical call
from 1923 Arizona street. They ar
rested Morlno Artves in the vicinity
of the latter address.
between Juarez and Santa Barbara.
Chihuahua, is being offered daily, the
Chihuahua chief of staff added.
Juarez Saloons Cloned.
Saloons In Juarez vas closed Mon
day because of the presence of Gen.
Calles. When asked whether the sa
loons would remain closed perma
nently he declared that he did not
know but that it was his belief that
the states would be riven the option
of voting themselves wet or dry.
fceports rvceivea nere maicaxe mat
Gustavos Esplnosa MIreles, governor
o fthe state of oCahuila, has fled
from Mexico. It also is said that
2.000,000 Me lean pesos belonging to
the government are missing. Go -ernor
MIreles is know n to have
crossed the border and although he
is not ueiiniteiy known to nave taaen
the money with him it is stated that
he is responsible for its disappear
ance. A telegram to local authorities
states that Gen. Manuel M. Dieguex
will be courtmartialed at once. It Is
expected that the trial will be held
.at Guadalajara, as that Is where he
was captured.
A report from Veracruz states that
the revolutionists in that region have
captured 24 trains loaded with sol
diers and properties of the Carranza
faction. Further details were not
aiven.
The state of Yucatan has Joined the j
1CIUIUUVII) CUA.V1U1HK IV tltJSS-iAl
from Cen. Alvaro Obregon.
Vo Delay 1b Elections.
The Mexican general elections, gen
erally believed indefinitely postponed
because of the revolution, will be held
on the date originally announced,
July 4, according to Gen. Carlos
Plank, chief of the Sonora customs
guardsv and senatorial alternate for
Gov. de la Huerta. of Sonora, who
arrived in Juares Sunday on his way
to the session of the Mexican con
gress called for May 24 to name a
provisional president
"Gov. de la Huerta will remain in
Sonora during the sesvion." said Gen
Plank "to prevent, in the eent he
is named provisional president, ac
cusations that his presence affected
tne selection.
Gen. PIsnk said the man named by
the congress at the May 24 seaelon
would hold office until December 1,
giving way at that time to the suc
cessful candidate of the July elections.
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Pes? i
1 1
The High Cost Of
M
Clothing For
GONZALEZ WONT RECOGNIZE
THE "PLAN OF AGUA PRIETA"
(Continued from page 1.)
iFavnorT
I NAME IN EVERY PAIR , c
Your
Great-Grandfather,
wbest be drew iat Wifl. did so tax the purpose of
dtftribgtkg Itts property. But your object in draw-,
sag a WH ray be greater than this. YOU may
wish to ASJRE an joccrae for your beneficiaries
long after your death.
This can be accosphshea by naming the Trust
company in your WiM as Executor or Trustee.
A confideatial talk with one of our Trust Offi
cers and a copy of our booklet, "Questions and
Answers About Wills," will help you when planning
your Will.
HPasoBank&Tmst Company
Savings-Commerclal-Trust
BI. VASCi CTtosgAtMstuvEJ TEXAS'
The perfect fit
an elasticity that
keeps them in
shape gives our
stlk;
MADE TN U.SA.J
gloves the reputa
tion of being the
smartest and most
durable of silk
GLOVES
FDR KEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN
mm?mffl&mi
LUSCESTJUPDEmElT02Sintiff!ST
lXflM ro aiiM ritlut climto
itUrwtcd isrators cviif ISIS
TOUR rRCC MAPS
W 'Will Oil! you (KlM) -Kith-
vat ckun our colored oil it
rtlosatat sad rwlosteil mizm ct
Tcxk. and Looliiim Im Imttlt
reap ct tin saw Bwlondo (CaU
Jondt) oU field and fctrduj
Ttew mp of tss CtUfOTla
cns. 7m zespt are of. ca
toH Tils to stoeJAoMers sad
Inreiton. (W pit poiun)
AU reei iim tan too rsa
Quotations oa Ifocprtnts of mn7
Held foraUbcd oa rtouest.
DUNBAR & CO.
W&ien ELrlW.rfXU
PtI(C
&
rIViA-
feyLw fcm'Vi " sirrr
-conference of Gens. Gonzalez, Ohregron
and others in Mexico Ctty. May 13,
and under It so v ernor de la Huerta
assumes command of the "Liberal
Constitutional army." under Gen. Ob
regon. and the "Ubral Revolutionary
army," under Gen. Gonzalez.
Gen. Gonzalez e objections to the
"Plan of Asrua Prieta" were retarded
by officials and the d facto srovern-
xnent agents here as little more than
technical.
The Mexico rltr new snaners of
Kay 11 reported measures taken to
obtain taxes due from the oil com
panies and the agreement of chambers
of commerce in the capital to pay
their taxes in advance.
THE WEATHER.
, S. DEPARTMENT OP AGBICtTLTCBS
WEATHER BUHKAU.
Oecerratloni taken
at X a. m. Tfith
meridian time. May
IT, 19Z9.
IT TOOK MAN A
MltUOM YfcAWVtO
LEARN TO WALK I
upright; but sore;
PEOPLEr
KCVERJB9
FereeaaU:
El Paso and vicin
ity Pair tonlfht
aad Tudy.
New ilexteo and
Arizona Pair t
nlrbt and Tiwdiy;
not much chance la
temperature
Wert TeTfct To
nijtbl and Tuesday
fair.
44 K2 4Z
44 &4 41
PredpitatStm last 4 houra (Inches
State f weataar
Isowcat Terns. aat Klsrht I
nicBwi ximp. l eat ay
Temp, at J a. m
AbQa &ft 59
Amaiillo so :
Atlanta fi 74
fhkraso S4
ctnetonau . ...
DeaTer ,
Daloth
KL PASO
Galraaten . ....
Harra
Kanaaa City ...
Little Rock . .
ios Anzelaa
N'ew Orleans . .
Xew York
Phoenix
Roawell
St. toitl . ..
Salt Lake City. .
Saa Antonio ...
San Prandaeo . .
Santa Fa 44
Seattle . ..
Washington
. 74 s;
SC 64 SO Cle
71
S4
.S3 41
60" 7
41 2
54
40
Rain 1
Clear
PLCldr.
Cloudy
PtCldj.
Cloady
Clear
SO
54 68
CoroparatiTe El Paae PreoioHattoa.
Jan. 1 to May :6. inelatilve 1916, l C ta
Jan. 1 to May 16. tnctunHe. 1917. 39 in.
Jan. 1 o May 16, include. J1S. 124 In.
Jan. 1 to May 16, loclasiie. 1919. 1 S5 In.
Jan. 1 to May 16. Inclusive. 190 14 la
Normal Jan. 1 to May 1, inclusive. 1 76 la.
J.EXEPIT KXHIBITIOV PLAXVED.
ArranementB Tiae leen made with
the Rialto theater bv Miss Mvra
Winkler, county school nerln ten
dent, to put on a performance n-Tt
Saturday morninp nt 10 oclock for
the benefit of the teachers' cottage at
Canutlllo The picture will be 'The
Miracle Man
STOCKMEN TO MEET.
; The directors of the Panhandle and
Southwestern Stockmen's association
cill meet in executive session Wed-n-bday
morning- at th headquarters
of the association. St Regis hotel
T' if uill h tbt rgular quartorl
t"" t'ng f the rltre'tor1-
You Can Tell the
Quick. Thinkers
Ever nota'TinTa'crowd how
quickly you can pick oat the
successful ones ? Their keen,
alert manners, clear ejes and
healthy skin attest their good
, digestion and regular habits.
Since way back in the late 0's
thousands of men and women
have enjoyed freedom from
constipation and its many re
sultant ailments such as bead
aches, biliousness, indigestion,
"off-color" days and other fll?
. by taking Eno occasionally.;
ENO'S
'Fruit Salt
(DerirstiTe Compound)
A Very Agreeable Aperient
preresta and ualelly corrects aR dfv
ordera of digettioa and a8maianVi. A
apoonfal m a'glass of water makes a
bobblfauc drhOc as pleaiant to the taite
ai tta resaka are satisfsctory.
Fer better health and keener brain
keepdigtamnorculwMhEoe. tLt6
a larga botUa. At alt Druggists.
Prepared only by
J. C. Eaa, UL, Looittc, S. E., Esj!ia4
Sai- AffctK Baroli F.SUcimS 4. !.
2ftmYork . Tsnmta &4rg
Save From
$15 to $35 on
a Single Suit
This offer mean rxaeily
vbat it says, aad t bark
It to the limit with a rep
utation built upon rears of
atralchtforrrard dealing
vlth the d Paao public.
1 e bcUere that the relcn
of fclcjh prices la bad for
he merchant as well as for
the public and vrc shall
do our utmost to break It.
A Tlslt to our shop dnr
1ns the next six weeks tvHI
ronTlnee yoa that we mean
business that we bare ac
tually found the war to of
fer yon quality clothes,
made to your personal
measure, at a net saviinc to
you of from $13 to $35 on
a single salt.
.od will have appor
1 unity to aelect the ma
terial for your suit from
J WW samples of thoroughly
dependable, pure wool fab
rics In all the desirable
patterns and coloring.
lour ault will be tailored
by workmen of the high
est rlaaa. and absolutely no
effort will be spared to
sxlve you that complete sat
isfaction which Is such an
Important part of Swan
son -policy.
Ion will understand at
course that we eaa make
ihls notable offer (S45 to
SM suits at front 3t to
g0 only because we have
arranged to do business
durlas; the next six weeks
on a big -rolunue basis, and
for cash.
V page of description
would not give nearly as
good an Idea of the extra
ordinary character of this
offer aa a flTe-mlaute visit
to our shop la the Mi el don
Hotel building. Come In
and eenvlaee yourself that
we are not only stating
farts, but that we are
statlac them eonserrntlTe
ly. Just a clanee at the
scrapie fabrlea and the
price marks and you will
know It to be an absolute
and laeoatroTcrtlble fact
that we are enabling you
to buy yoarsuit at a saving
of from fig to 3$.
Contract closed which will enable yon to obtain a
suit made to your personal measure, at from $15 to
$35 below prevailing prices for ready-made olothes.
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How Can We
Do It?
Well, we eosjfcaa It did take eaurage but we
are sat tailed that we aaaH be amply ins titled
through the timely JTlng we are enabled to
offer the men et H laso.
The plain faets are theses We liie eea
fraeted with one of the largest and most repp fa
ble taHerfag establishments In the east to make
not less than I960 Salts for us duriag the next
six weeks. Bj reasa of this ammepraest, we
have been able ft -et exeeptlenally Jew mHi
quotaHoua en mwterfals. We shall sell fsr eana,
eut onr own mardn of profit almost to the
van!h!ae point and have deMTerfea made by
nareel pest dlreet to our ens tamers.
Here's the Answer
Tremendous Volume of Order
-KHmlaatloa at
Wl the raual Overhead Kipene -Cash Salem
and Our Own lrefH Cat to the EfmK.
wanson Tailors
Sheldon Hotel Bldg.
Phone 1913.
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Caficif TB raTJersry
srosra in admattScsJtr
sJd pacaaas of OO
taXsnttam for 2Q cent;
or tea pmcksfra 1300
caareiYes) tn a gists
Taapaparcorred carfori. We tronffc
rscoouaeiKf this carfen
fbr tho itoam or office
Bfcrl
:m
Not premiums or coupons but
clean cut merit won for Camels !
CAMELS leave no doubt in your mind
as to how you stand on the choice of
cigarettes! Camels quality and Camels
expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos settle that to your sat
isfaction I And you'll prefer this Camel
blend to either kind smoked straight I
Camels refreshing flavor alone is a rev
elation, but their smooth mellow-mildness
and satisfying body just caps the climax !
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