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Sensational Marriage and i
Arrest of Bridegroom I
Recalled bv Petition. i
ilrs. James Gordon Howard, nee Ruth
A Albro, has filed suit for divorce from
James Gordon Howard in the 41st dis
The plaintiff alleges that she and the
defendant were married in El Paso,
April 21, 1309, and lived together as
man and wife until September 1, 1909.
She avers that one month after the mar
riage, Howard went to Mexico City and
she later followed and that prior to her
arrival and after she had reached the
Mexican city, Howard took several rail
road trips with a Mexican woman nam
ed Carlotta Gomez and was also on inti
mate terms with another Mexican woman
She further says in her petition that
shortly after the'lr marriage, Howard
foiled to provide for her, and while
they were in Mexico City she was taken
ill and confined to the hospital where he
failed to visit her and refused to pay
the hospital bills. She asks for an ab
solute divorce and the restoration of
her maiden name, Ruth A. Albro.
Howard waives time and the issuance
and service of citation In the case and
will not contest the suit for divorce.
The Albro-Howard marriage and the
troubles preceding and following caused
quite a stir In El Paso. The two broth
ers of Miss Albro, who Is the daughter
of Addis Albro. now land commissioner
at Columbus, N. M., for years chaplain
of the New York state senate, descend
ant of Mayflower pilgrims, and author,
lecturer and preacher, trying to prevent
Howard was arrested prior to and fol
lowing the onarriage on several charges
preferred by the brothers of the girl,
being charged with swindling and car
rying a pistol and after being in jail
for a while, was dismissed, the charges
being quashed after he had been ac
quitted on the pistol toting charge.
Miss Albro over the protestations of
her brothers, insisted upon marrying
Howard, believing that her brothers had
persecuted him and shortly after he was
released from custody the first time,
they were married by Rev. Caspar o.
Wright. Howard was Immediately re
arrested but his bride visited him at the
Jail and showed that she would stick to
Mrs. Howard returned from Mexico
City several months ago and has been
employed as a clerk In a local dry goods
store for several months. She followed
Howard to Mexico when he went with
the pathfinder auto tour.
HAS TWO 'ME3ST PUT
"Man Declares That He "Was
"Robbed in Pool Hall
Police Arrest Sus
pects. Upon the complaint of Albert Davis,
of Murphy, Tex., W. Plers was arrest
ed Tuesday afternoon and docketed on
& charge of theft from the person and
shortly afterwatd Ernest Morreau was
arrested and docketed as a suspicious
Davis said that two men had taken
him Into a Japanese pool room on South
El Paso street and attempted to show
him some fine points of the game of
pool. While he was making a shot, he
says, they relieved him of his roll of
$130 in bills, which he had drawn from
the Phoenix & Eastern Railroad com
pany, for which he had been working
as foreman of a section gang.
Davis said he accused Peters of tak
ing his money and that both men ran
out the door.
After a three blocks chase, he caught
Peters and turned him over to the po
liceman on the beat, "when searched
at the police station, Peters had $45 on
his person and Morreau, arrested later,
had nearly $100.
' 'RACES BRING FINE
MEN TO THE CITY"
This Man Caught Prowling
in a Hotel, Says He Is
Ed. Carter, who said that he 'was a
Jockey and had been employed by Phil.
King at the Juarez track, was fined ?10
In police court this morning on a charge
of vagrancy. Carter was caught in the
Alberta hotel Monday morning and
gave as the reason for going there that
he did not want to stay on the streets
.t 3 oclock in the morning.
Solomonville. Ariz.. Jan. 2fi Mrs. TWn-r
ioutin and children, of Globe, Ariz., are '
visiting her mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. I. E. Solomon.
Miss .!Ily Bishop Is entertaining this
afternoor. for Mrs. Boyd, of Montrose,
Jake Weinberger, attorney at law at
Globe, Ariz., spent Sunday with his wife
and baby daughter, who are v4siting
Hev. James Crutchfield, of Phoenix,
- NEW ORLEANS
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Send for copy of handsome book,
"A Hundred Golden Hours at Sea"
Gall on Local Ticket Agent.
la the Basement
JTis the wise woman who
looks far enough into the fu
ture and gets her summer
sewing done before the hot
days. The early arrival of
these goods will help in that
PERCALES A vard -wide, in Kriifc naid
dark colors. For house dresses, waists
or children s garments;
ZEPHYR GINGHAM The newest pat
terns in good -fast colors; -a p?
a yard JL 3 C
DRESS GINGHAMS Xew designs, fast
colors, for women's arid chil- e ir
dren's wear; a yardt 10c and Iai2C
NOVELTY MADRAS A special fabric
for "waists, skirts, shirts, suits and chil
dren's garments; white grounds with a
variety of stripes and figures; ff
a yard JL O C
The "Popular" Leads AH in the Initial
Exhibits of Spring Fashions
Already evidences of spring appear on every hand. The dark, somber colorings of winter
are fast giving way to the dainty brightness and cheerfulness of spring. And there's a
world of beauty here for you to revel in the rich silks and woolens the white fabrics the
beautiful laces the handsome new ready-to-wear garments all are of a character that ap
peal to those who are lovers of good dress.
THE SELECTIONS OF OUR BUYERS, NOW IN THE EASTERN MARKETS, -ARE PARTICULARLY PLEASING. OUR
MANY YEARS OF DEALING WITH THE EL PASO' PEOPLE HAVE GIVEN US AN INSIGHT AS TO THEIR TASTES
AND WANTS. WE BUY ACCORDINGLY AND IN THIS STORE YOU'LL FIND SELECTIONS EASY.
The Favored Silk For
The Corning Season
Indications all point to high favor being accorded
Foulards. Among the recent arrivals are 100
pieces of the " Shed water" Foulard, a silk finished
by a special process which makes it spot proof.
'SHEDWATER' FOULARD 24 .inches -wide, in dark, medium and
light colors, neat, new designs and all colors,
S5c Foulard Silks 59c
Sixty-five pieces of fancy Foulard will be special
ly priced m a "season-opener" on Thursday. Fri
day and Saturday. Several of the designs are
shown in our windows, giving you a slight hint
of the real worth. Regularly these sell for PQ
85c; our extra special price will be, a yd. OJ?C
Embroideries of fine nainsook, swdss and
batiste, matched sets in dainty designs
for infants' dresses and undergarments.
Widths, 2 to 6 inches, worth regularly
35c. Extra special, a yard,
French and German Valenciennes Lace,
Edging and Insertions, 1-c zo 11-2 in.
wide, in matched sets. In bolts of 12
vards, worth regularly up to 1-00. Ex
tra special, a doic,
Handkerchiefs, made of linen lawn, lace
trimmed, embroidered or hemstitched.
Regular 10c quality, extra special, each
Embroidered Jabots and Lace Stocks,
very pretty "dainty styles for early
spring wear. Kegular oOe qualities, ex
tra special, each
$7.50 Dress Skirts $4.98
Rtw7iT Inf. of tailored and pleated Pan
ama voile, fancy checks and mixtures in
values up to $7.50, priced.
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pring's Favored Modes Faithfully Portrayed ia
IsTo section of this store offers greater attractions thn does the suit department. 'Tis here
that new ideas in dress are first shown. Confidence in the authenticity of our styles brings
many a woman here and many depend upon us for the correct fashions. The spring show
ing of garments was never better than this season never have styles been more tasteful
IN ever nave garments been better suited to the tastes of our customers never have better
values been offered in this store, already famous for its splendid value giving.
Spring Styles in Tailored Suits
' The spring season brings out several new
ideas in the tailored suit, among which the
" Russian Blouse 5: suit is prominent. The
coat is 36 inches long and is made with either
the plain coat collar or the long Tuxedo roll.
The 36 inch plain tailored coat is also shown
with regulation coat collar and lapels or the
long Tuxedo roll. Skirts are in plain tailored
or pleated styles
Very smart styles are shown, made of serges, diagonals,
Panamas, Bedford cords, prunella and English woolens,
some fanciiy trimmed some in severe tailored effects.
Our usual excellent values "will be shown in styles at
$17.50, 19.50. $22.50, $24.50, $29.50, $32.50, $35.00 and
up to $09.50-
Dainty Lingerie Dresses
No prettier, garments can be imagined than
the lingerie dresses recently arrived from
New York. There's a wealth of variety in
the designing of these each one depicting'
some new idea. Some of the garments show
a rich elegance in heavy embroidered ef
fects, some are the dainty lace trimmed ones,
some are tne light fluffy styles. The care
fully selected models will be appre ciated
Manj delightfully pretty gowns are shown in pink,
blue, lavender and white, trimmed effectively with laces,
embroideries and tucked effects. We advise earlv se
lection as -many of these are exclusive garment The
price range is great enough to meet the demands 'of all
from $6.50 to $39.50.
the Suit Section !
Waist styles were never
prettier than those we show
this spring. Several slight
. changes in style will be not
ed, particularly in the sleeve
in which the long cuff is ex
tensively featured. Nearly
300 new and " distinctive
styles are shown in the
fancy lingerie and tailor
made linen styles at $2.98 to
Fancy lingerie waists of sheer lawn and
batiste effectively trimmed in dainty
laces and embroideries; QQ
Women's Tub Skirts
Washable skirts of linen and rep in plain
tailored and fancy styles, some strap
trimmed others with large buttons.
Many pleated styles are also shown.
Perfect fitting garments are priced from
S2.25 to $8.50.
New Spring Skirts
Plain tailored effects and fancy trim
med styles in serges, panama, prunelH,
voile and fancy English tweeds, black
and colors in regular and extra sizes,
$6.50 to $16.50.
Smart Linen Suits
Two and three-piece styles are shown in
these suits fn a varied assortment.
Elaborately embroidered and lace trim-'
med garments are in white, blue, p:nk
and natural linen color. The price rancre
is from $S.00 to $95-00.
values up to $1.35
Very pretty styles in lawn and batiste
waists in allover embroidery and lace
and embroidery trimmed
styles, values up to $2.00.
Fancy lingerie and tailormade linen, and
madras waists, perfect fitting and beau
tifullv made; values t fl g O
up to $2.50 tpl.SFO I
The Shoe Department
Now Shows the New 1910 Styles In
Women's Oxfords and Pumps
How well this department is preiDared to supply every shoe need is
quickly seen "by coming here. The results of our planning for the
season's business are -shown in the hundreds of pairs of "Women's
Oxfords and Pumps that have alreadr arrived and are now on sale.
In this department as in 'all others we are the first to show authentic
new styles. Confident that in both style and price these are un
niatehable, it will be a pleasure for us to show you.
Patent leather, two eyelet Gibson Oxford, made
on the new short vamp last, plain toe, mili
tary and Cuban heels, turn or $Q PA
welt soles .... O.U
V-ici kid ankle strap Pumps,. welt soles, mili
tary heels, a stvlish, serviceable and comfort
able slipper for street wear, in
all sizes and widths .1
These are shown in all sizes and widths.
Late arrivals include many different stjles of Oxfords and Pumps
in all leathers. Some in plain toe effects, others with tip and Cuban
or military heels. Every pair we sell is sold under the .'Popular "
guarantee of satisfaction - .
Prices Range From 2.00 to $3.50
Nowadays it hardly pays a mother to sit and
wear herself out making the little ones' dresses.
There's a certain snap and tone to the ready-to-wear
ones that the homemade garments lack.
At least it will pay you to see the smart styles in
Percale, French Gingham and Chambray that
we sell at 59c to $6.50.
fwt&p ret f '( J $ flsw?
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ring Dress Goods
Prom among thousands of pieces we have chosen
our stock of spring woolens, carefully consider
ing the taste and needs of our customers. To get
the right texture, the right weight, and exactly
the ngnt colorings is no small task, but m,
this early showing you will certainly find
a style to suit your individual taste.
VTe went directly to the manufacturer for
these superb woolens, subjected his goods to the
closest scrutiny (for our high standard of qual
ity will never be lowered), got his lowest cash,
price, and insisted upon early delivery The
goods are here now awaiting your judgment.
54-inch Vigoureaux for tailored
suits, in gray and brown mixtures.
An exceptionallv good value, a
54-inch. Diagonal Suitings in. wis
teria, blue, reseda, mustard, white
and marry other good colors, a
54-inch Herringbone'Serge, white with black stripe,
A strong feature of this section will be woolen
dress fabrics of unusual quality at a dollar. Our
showing consists of shadow stripe serges, Hen
riettas, nlain sereres anrl -mivbiTPc jo i'-u-u
at $1.00 a Yard I
Baby Irish Lace and In
sertion. 1 to 3 inches
wide, white, cream and
ecru. Values to j
50c a yard IOC
Shop By Mail
Send to us for samples of the new spring
goods. Youi orders 'will be filled promptly.
SPECIAL Children's dresses of ffincham. French -nercale
and madras in pretty plaids and stripes; special value O a C
SPECIAL Children's dresses of gingham and percale, neat aq
styles foi girls of 2 to 14 years; special value. . cOC
SPECIAL Children's gingham and percale dresses, very rf -g a q
pretty garmenis ior i, m j.- years;, special value p & zkj i
4 Pairs of Men's Socks 25c
Men's cotton half hose, a durable, well finished
quality, in .black and tan. A regular 121-2c
value, specially priced for Thursday, Friday and"
4 Pairs For 25c
Very special values are offered in a lot of manu
facturers? samples of "Onyk,, half hose for men.
v aiues to oc ior avc a parr. i