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WE QUOTE THE LOW
EST PIAKO PRICES
A Statement Easily Proven
It is not a difficult matter to find out
JUST WHICH HOUSE quotes the
LOWEST PRICES on Pianos.
Spend a few hours in the various stores
of the ciiv, paving strict attention to
PRICES and QUALITY.
Hhen come here, go through our stock
We aTe the largest buyers and sellers
of Pianos in the Southwest that's why
we m undersell all competition.
We move an our new store, cor. Stan
ton and Texas, March 1st- We offer
15 percent extra discounC on all Pianos
sold this week, rwifch an extra. 5 percent
discount for all cash sales.
JENKINS PIANO CO.
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
611 San Antonio St. Phone 2958, Ring 1.
AT THE CRAWFORD.
Grace Lockwood was hissed yester
day for tjie first time by an El Paso
audience and the hissing- was a testi
monial to her excelent work, not be
cause the audience has grown to like
her less, but in "Human Hearts," the new
bill at the Crawford by the, Bailey stock
company, she takes the role of a
"heavy" woman a villainess and she
was so capital in the part that the
overwrought spectators hissed her al
most as often as she made her appear- J
ance. As no better tribute can De paia
an actress in such a role, she can be
said to have divided honors with Edwin
Bailey, who continued to draw as much
applause as usual, for, of course, the
handsome leading man was the hero of
"Human Hearts" is a splendid melo
drama it is too well known to require
any eulogy or criticism and it is pro
duced by the Bailey company in an ex
celent manner. Every member of the
cast seemed to work bard Sunday
even down to little Sherman Webster,
wh in his blonde wig and short dress,
made a very pretty little girl.. Miss
Samantha Logan. Miss Fay Bainter as
Samantha Logan. Miss Bainter a3
Limpy Morgan, a boj was also very
clever. Harry Scott, as Jim Mason, the
tramp, looked and acted like a real
Dusty Roads: at a back door, and James
Jark as-Mose Jones, was better in the
part of the black servant than a Louisi
ana negro would have been himself.
Benton Hlnton also ran, but well up
among tho -winners.
The play Is in four acts with appro
priate scenery and is really one of the
best efforts of the stock company's
season. There were never two more en
thusiastic audiences at the Crawford
than those of Sunday!
Four cads in the first box on the left
annoyed Miss Lockwood considerably
during the performance at the Sunday
matinee and -should nave leen thrown
THE RED 3IIL.L."
None of us would imnd going to
mill not even with a heavy pack on
our backs If we could have as muoh
fun as everybody had at "The ,Red
Mill" Saturday and Sunday at the El
Pao theater. And it wouldn't bo bad,
either, to be locked in a haunted mill.
If all the "hants" were as pretty as
Mabel de Xordendorf, the Burgomaster's
daughter, who was locked up and res
cued all in the same act.
It was a conglomeration of good
things. The wheels of the big mill
turned, the Dutch girls and boys, the
English girls ' and boys, the French
girl, the Dutch officials, millers and '
iotel keepers and the American tourists
danced and sang and handed- out jokes
as fast as aviation tickets went at The
Herald office this morning. There were
girls enough to go around everybody
could pick a prety one and not Infringe
on somebody else's pick in the next
seat and boys enough to lend jusuthe
proper melody to the chorus-as a whole,
end dancing enough and vaudeville
enough to make the entire performance
pleasing to everybody.
Bert Swor and Franker "Woods were
the two Americans mixed up with all
the foreigners they got out of cash
and had to turn servants, detectives and
even disguise as organ grinders, to get
out of trouble in the play and as a
means of introducing their vaudeville
stunts for the entertainment of the
audience and they got away with the
honors, although If Swor would elimin
ate his "she said" he would improve
his part considerably.
Carl Hertberg, as the Innkeeper, i a
good actor and not a bad singer and
sometimes got off some comedy. Otto
Koerner as the 'burgomaster, made up
very well with an Angelus pillow for a
stomach and some fine quality Rio
Grande valley alfalfa on his face.
Franker "Woods as a -waiter made his
biggest hit; he reminded one so much
of one of John Fisher's trained corps of
servers. Swor was ,an equal hit as
Sherlock Holmes, the interpreter and
the organ grinder. Both "Woods and
Swor are a success as dancers.
Harry B. McClain, the governor of
Zeeland, makes up splendidly and sings
es well and with his bunch of military
singers; he divided honors with any
body in the show.
Mabel De Nordendorf, besides being
pretty, could sing about the best of any
of the petticoated members of the cast
there were no tights this time and
Georgia Hervey could act, but the alti
tude seemed to get the best of her
The -six Dutch Kiddies the oldest ap
parently not over 12, made a big hit
ond had to respond to a number of en-
a cough that' has been hanging on for
over two months by taking Ballard's
Horehound Syrup. If you have a cough,
don't wait stop it at once with this
wonderful remedy- Splendid for coughs,
cold on chest, influenza, bronchitis and
pulmonary troubles. Price 25cv 50c and,
$1.00. Sold by all druggists
Feature Eace at the Track
on Sunday Went to
A Texas bred horse, schooled by a
Texan and carrying Texas colors, 'won
the Mexican selling stake, the final
Sunday feature race of the present
I meeting. Frank Mullens, owned and
trained by F. T. "Wood, won the Mex
ican selling stake for twoyearolds over
a four furlong course. Run under
weather conditions that -were a greater
handicap than the handicapper's weight
Mullens covered the distance In 46 4-5,
putting him In a class by himself in
tht colt division. Rue, The Royal
Prince, Sterlin, Flying "Wolf and Ilzie
were the other youngsters who pa
raded before the stand for the juvenile
event Mullens went right away from
the elastic and was never challenged.
Rue proved ihe best of the rest and
made a game showing against the
Wood colt, but this animal had every-
thing a race horse needs to win and
it was the best colt that won. Mullens
is a bay colt by Serpent out of Dora
"Wood and has a bright future when
he starts to go the .distance.
Another handicap was run Sunday
in the third race. THis was a mile
race for threeyearolds and was won
by Meadow' with Ocean Queen sec
ond. Meadow ran a good, consistent
race throughout and was the best of
The wind storm which was blowing
all afternoon interfered with the rac-
IngXand spoiled the sport for the crowd.
First race Selling; threeyearolds.
valu to first $200? 5 1-2 furlongs:
Malitina. 9S (Garner) won; Delf. 104
(Rice i second; Siscuss, 101 (Goose)
third. Time 1:08 2-5.
Charl s Fox. Alarmed,
and ( !. A. Lei man ran.
Sec nc race Selling,
and ipwards; value to
first 5250; 6
furloigs: Galves, 107 (Rice) won; C.
J. Cox, 107 (Garner) second; Myrtle
DIxoii. 105 (Austin) third. .Time 1:14
2-5. Valley Stream, Almena. Virginia
LIndsey, Prince of Castile, Pelham, Don
Hamilton and Dick Rose ran.
Third race Handicap; threeyearolds
and upward; value to first $300; one
mile. Meadow. 118 (Rice) won; Ocean
Queen, 96 (Garner) second; Sensible. 87
(Benscoten) third. Time. 1:39 3-5.
Glen Helen and The "Wolf ran.
Fourth race Mexican selling stake;
ifwoyearolds; value to first $865; four
furlongs. Frank Mullens. 10S (Gar
ner) ton; Rue, 97 (McCahey) second;
The Royal Prince. 110 (Austin) third.
Time 46 4-5. Sterling, Flying "Wolf,
and Ilizie ran.
Fifth race Selling; fouryearolds and
upward; value to first $225; 51-2 fur
longs. Clint Tucker. 103 (Moleworth)
won; Silver Stocking, 103 (Garner)
second; Busy Man, 104 (Austin) third.
Time 1:07 2-5. Congo, Barney Oldfield,
Anne McGee and Shirley Rossmore ran.
Sixth race Selling; fouryearolds and
upward; value to first $225. One mile.
Howard Pearson, 87 (McCahey) won;
Gerrymander, 106 (Rice) second; Buna,
101 (Garner) third; time 1:41 3-5. Mc
Nally, Lady Garven, Kardlyson and
Tom Franks, Dene ran.
)OLD CY YOT7XG VTSITIXG WIFE'S
DAD AT ALAMOGORDO, X. M.
Old Cy Toung, the veteran of the
veterans who are still in the national
game, is in Alamogordo. Old war horse
Cj- is visiting his fatherinlaw, Henry
Miller, who is spending the winter here.
Young, who will pitch for Cleveland
again this season, will report for spring
training at Hot Springs in a few days.
It is probable that he wtfi come to El
Paso, in order to go to Hot Springs.
ARGUING A BIG ,
Philadelphia. Pa.. Fen. 21. Another
of the big trust prosecutions begun dur
ing the Roosevelt administration came
before the court today when argument
was heard in the United States circuit
court in the government's suit against
the alleged anthracite coal combination.
The case is being hearc by judge Gray,
w.ho has intimate knowledge of condi
tions in the hard coal regions, having
served on the Anthracite coal commis
sion, and judges Buffingion and Lan
ning. The defendants include three Reading
companies, the Delaware. Lackawanna
and "Western railroad, (the Erie railroad
and numerous other coal companies and
cores. They are the smallest actors
seen herethis year. '
The 'company cpmes as near to car
rying as- many people as it advertises
as most organizations en "tour, and
neither, the costumes nor people look
very much on the shop worn order.
MARIE CAHILL. TONIGHT.
Marie Cahill with her big Broadway
production of "The Boys and Betty,"
will be the attraction at the El Paso
tonight, and manager Rich promises a
rare treat in the musical comedy line,
as there Is no more popular star before
the public today than Marie Cahill.
Tonight she will be seeti in "The Boys
and Betty," with the original New York
company intact and the complete
Broadway production. Seats are .on
sale at the Crawford.
The world's famous pianist, Teresa
Carxeno, will be seen in one of her
grand piano recitals at the El Paso
theater Wednesday, Feb. 23. The New
ion: evening .uau saj's:
"Carreno's performance of the Tschai
kowsky concerto was something to be
remembered as long as musical mem
ories last. This woman, whose white
hair only adds to her exquisite beauty,
is as ful of fire and sweep as In her
most buoyant youth, and her playing
yesterday was often thrilling."
The prices are $1.00; seats are now
selling at the Crawford.
"WINE, "WOMAN AND SONG." v
Bonita. the beautiful star of the big
(musical review, "Wine, Woman and
Song," described as "the biggest and
best of all musical comedies," which
comes to the El Paso theater for an
engagement Thursday, Feb. 24, matinee
and night, owns a handsome White
limousine, in which she takes many, de
lightful rides while on tour. It is an
enclobed motor car, and Is carried by
tBonita on all her tours. Seats go on
Battler Confident of Defeat
in Wolgast in Fight
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 21. Trained
tothe minute and resting through the
lull before the storm which will break
over Point Richmond on "Washington's
birthday Tuesday when the challenger
and defender of the lightweight title
will meet in a 45 round fight before a
crowd of 15,000 fight hungry Ameri
cans, Battling Nelson, lightweight
champion of the world by. right of his
mighty mit; and Ad "Wolgast, the Ger
man seeker after the wire haired boy's
crown, will face each other for a long,
gruelling battle to the limit the law will
To Weigh nt 10 Oclock.
The fighters are agreed to weigh in
at 133 pounds at 10 oclock Tuesday
morning. Both men are ready for the
call of the crowd and are resting today
for the big battle of tomorrow. Bets
aro being posted at 10 to 6 on Nelson
and there is little money being bet on
the German challenger as yet. Sport
ing writers give it to Nelson that he
has the best chance over the distance
course. He Is fighting on the defensive,
at his own long, man-killing 45-round
game, and there are none butWolgast's
most enthusiastic friends who think
that the little "Wisconsin boy can stand
tho wear and tear of such a fight, t
He Is expected, however, to make a
splendid showing against the Danish
fighter and his defeat will not be an In
glorious one. "Wolgast will then have a
return match with the Hegewisch
author-fighter and may yet bo able to
take the blond boy's measure.
A comparison of the fighters follows:
Nelson. y Wolgast.
5 ft. 7 in Height 5 ft. 5 in.
133 pounds "Weight 129 pounds
67 inches Reach 664 inches
14 Inches Neck 15 inches
34 in Chest, 'normal 36 in.
39 In Chest expanded 37 In.
27 Inches "Waist 29 Inches
12 inches Biceps 11 inches
11 inches Forearm 10 inches
19 Inches Thigh 19 Inches
13 inches Calf 14 Inches
7 inches Wrist 6i inches
8 Inches Ankle 9 inches
NELSON AND "WOLGAST
MEET FOR 4.1 ROUNDS
WaKhington Birthday Anniversary
Morks the Conflict Between These
Two Pngillsts for Big Purse.
Battling Nelson, the champion light
weight of the world, and Ad Wolgasr,
of Milwaukee, will meet Tuesday in a
45 round battle near San Francisco for
the world's title. Nelson writes from
his training quarters at Jop Milletts',
near Frisco, that his training has done
him a lot of good and that he is In bet
ter shape now than when he fought
at Memphis, Tenn., recently. He does
not expect to have an easy time with
Wolgast. but he does say that he looks
for-a victory before the end of the 45th
round. From all reports received here
It is evident that Wolgast has been pre
paring for this .contest for over two
months and he is in the very pink of
condition. He will be only a few
pounds lighter than Nelson and he has
written to friends here that he expects
not only to hold his own but to take
the lightweight championship title from
the Battler. It looks as though the
contest is going to be a much harder
ono than people generally Imagine and
Nelson will have to travel at his best
gait in order to retain the champion
ship. WESTON IS A DAV
AHEAD OF SCHEDULE
Famous Pedestrian Leaves
Sunshine, Ariz., for
Sunshine, Ariz., Feb. 21. Mofe than
a day ahead of his schedule, Edward
Payson Weston, the veteran pedestrian,
left here early this morning on his
eastward journey. Weston intends 'to
walk 35 miles today, and spend the
night at one of the small stations be
tween Winslow and Holbrook. He took
his customary Sabbath rest yesterday.
sale Thursday morning at -the Craw
ford. GRAND COLONIAL BALL.
"Don't forget -to attend the second
grand colonial ball given by El Paso
lodge, 289, Fraternal Brotherhood, at
their hall, tomorrow evening, Feb. 22,"
Is the injunction of the members to
their friends. There will be a prize
waltz at 10 p. m., and the grand march
at 9. Mrs. Drummond's orchestra will
supply the music. Admission will bo
MME. CARRENO'S PIANO ON EXHI
BITION. Today the large Everett concert
grand piano to be used at Carreno's
concert at .the El Paso theater Wednes
day night, arrived and was placed on
exhibition in the El Paso piano Co.'s
store, corner Myrtle and Campbell
streets. The public is cordially Invited
to come in and play on Carreno's piano
between now and Wednesday evening.
This Everett piano was selected by
Carreno to accompany her on her en
tire concert tour of America and
UNITED STATE ARMY PICTURE.
A splendid military picture, "United
States Army Maneuvers at Fort Leaven
worth," -will be shown at the Crystal to
night. The film is 1000 feet long and
shows all branches of the service. It -tvas
greeted with applause last night. Tick
ets good for a cabinet photo of the hold
er will be given to every woman.
A woman's commutation ticket has
been, issued. It is good tor six admis
sions and will sell for 50 cents. It tvHI
be placed on ale Tuesday. J
The Thlel Detective Service Co.
Has opened offices in El Paso at 219
Caples Bldg., and is prepared to handle
legitimate detective work for corpora
tions, mine owners, firms and attorneys.
This service has branches in the prin
cipal cities in the U. S., Canada and
Mexico. They have both phones.
Is Big Attraction at G-lea
son's Athletic Carnival
Extra Jeffries has the spot lightitis.
He has had the lime glim shining on his
hack-like frame so long that he cannot
exist without the circle calcium playing
on his Apollo iiKe physique. A little
late but much'bettei than never, Jeff
ries, through his next best friend, Sam
Berger, amputated himself from the
vaudeville game and tlm accompanying
shekels which is the due of all 'of the
Reported to be due to retire to the
wilds of the California mountains, there"
to hunt big and little game in order to
get into condition for the Johnson boy's
little fLstic engagement, Jeff had a re
lapso and hurried to Frisco, where he is
having a strong light playing on him
In the presence of a few thousand spec-
totnro at n mimh nor snpntator. Tt is
i all Jack Gleason's fault, Jeffries says,
and for one Jack is willing to be the
goat for the bunch. Gleason is con
ducting a socalled athletic carnival at
San Francisco and as the chief attrac
tion he Is showing off Jeffries's paces
at $1 a head. ,
During the different carnival exhibi
tions Sunday Jeffries received consider
able applause from the white portion of
his audience and nothing but black
looks from the Ethiopian contingent
Salt Lake is still fighting for the big
fight with no chance of getting it.
Gleason's announcer at the carnival
says the fight is to be in California. A
clever little trick of Jack's, to mold
public opinion In favor of his native
heath. Tex Rickard Is holding out for
Salt Lake, but San Francisco is the spot
inhere the black and white match. will
take place, according to the sporting
men on the coast.
MORE HORSES SOLD
AT JUAREZ TRACK
Owners Dispose of Stock to
. Avoid Heavy Snipping
Paddock judge Hall, of the Juarez
track, is holding another auction sale
of thoroughbreds in training at the
paddock of the track this afternoon.
This is the second of the sales which
mark the beginning of the end of rac
ing at Terrazas park for this season.
The horses are disposed of by the
owners to avoid express shipment
charges to distant points. The horses
being sold under the hammer are: Ju
dith Page, Deerfoot, Tom Franks,
George Field. Solid, Coed, Outfielder,
Miss Prison, Dan Norton, Bill Bramble,
Uncle Pete, Muxlow, Interpose, Ina,
ICheswardine. Duchess of Montebeilo,
Hidden Hand and Bill .Eaton.l The list
i consists of horses from the stables of
J A. Blute, Powell & Parker, D. Henry
and other well known trainers at the
V TUESDAY'S ENTRIES :
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB
Sixty-sixth Day, Tuesday, Feb. 22.
Firs: race, selling, six furlongs Ina
Johnson "92; Miss Caithness S2; Deer
foot 92; Grenalan 97; Muxlow 97;
Cesarilass 97; Judith Page 97; James
Blackstock 99; Odd Rose 103; Aunt
j Nancy 103; Camera 103; T,ipster 105.
oecona race, selling, one miie Al
mena '100; Gunston 102; St. Kllda
102; Belle of Brass 105; Ollle Burnett
105; C. J. Cox 107; Contestee 107; Mol-
iere io; Prince or Castile 107; K. Q.
Smith 107; George Guy ton 107; Ii. M.
Third race, purse, twoyearolds. four
furlongs Ban Ann 97; Barney sL 100;
Miss Brunette 105; Uncle Ben 105; So
llto 105; Balella 108; Rue 112; Flying
Fourth race, handicap, seven furlongs
German .Silver 92; Early Tide 100;
Orbed Lad 105; Glorio 129.
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs
Valley Stream 100; Bantronia 100;
Sea Sick 105; Anoua 105; Gibson 107;
Kopek 107; Comal 107; Rubiola 107;
Judgo Shortall 107; B. J. Swanner 107;
Deuce 110; Joe Ehrich 110.
Sixth race, selling, one mile and a
sixteenth Duchess of Montebeilo 9S;
True Slf'98; Busy Man 101; Dene 103;
Sad News 103; Knight Blaze 103; Lotus
Eater 108; Alma Boy 112.
NATIONAL LEAGUE PREPARES
, RULES FOR ITS UMPIRES
New York, N. Y Feb. 21. It was de
cided to hold the annual conference of
tho National league, to arrange the
schedule for the league in New York In
the future. President Lynch was auth
orized to confer with Ban Johnson,
president of the American league, about
arranging these schedules for the two
leagues without tho necessity for an
other such deadlock as occurred this
Changes In the rules, as adopted at
th week end meeting, were:
1 That umpires who default in their
assignment shall be fined one day's pay
instead of $12, as previously.
2 That a postponed gamo need not
be played off on the ground where
postponement was made, but, if such is
not done, must be played off on the op
posing club's grounds. A
3 That the schedule milling shall be
held annually in New York on such
date in February as the president of
tho league may decide. Ten days' notice
shall be given to each club.
CITY CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH.
Tonight Reuben Sukerman and A. W.
Houck will bowl the first ten of a series
of 30 games for the championship of
El Paso. The games are to be played In
blocks of ten, the first block to be
rolled at the Y. M. C. A., and then alter
nated between the association alleys
and those at the fort.
Rod and Gun Match.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 21. The New
Haven rod and gun club Is still leading
in the interclub shoot which Is' in pro
gress here. The New Havenfclub de
feated the Tacoma Rifle, and Gun club
and also holds the highest record with
97S points, the highest made in a single
j Dormitorv Men Differ As
sociation WinsFrom A.
& M. College.
North siders, 20, South siders 14.
South siders 20, North siders 14. These
are the two sets of scores that were
announced for the basketball game
which was played between the roomers
on the north side and those on the
south side of the Y. M. C. A. darmitory
Saturday night. The north sirlers stick
up for one score and the South siders
are fighting for another. H'. L. Mitch
ell, the physical director, refuses to set
tle the argument, as he is disqualified
since he rooms on the south side. A
board of arbitration composed of Henry
Crawford, north sider, G. Washington
Helde, sout hsidej-, an dan innocent by
stander to be selected by these two to
assist in the debileration of the board,
will decide the question.
The A. & M. college Y. M. C. A. game,
which was a slow one till the last five
minutes of play, was won by the asso
ciation team. Engeler threy a basket
tying the score and Block made it 24
to 22. the final score. In the gram
mar school league games the San Ja
cinto defeated the Lamar school, 12 to
11, and the Beall school defeated the
I WIND INTERFERES
McLamore "Wins the Hixson
Medal; Batey the
The El Paso Rifle club held its cus
tomary weekly shoot at the range on
Mundy Hgights during Sunday morn
ing. Tho weather conditions -were good
during the early part of the morning,
but later a strong and irregular wind
set in which interfered greatly with the
making of good scores.
There were 12 riflemen and a num
ber of visitors present.
The Hixson medal event was the first
contest entered upon and the following
scores were made out of a possible 25:
James .' 17
The spoon contest was next entered
upon and the following scores were
made out of a possiblo 35: R
Haines . 34
Paul . -.'-- '.. -32
Batey . .,...-...32
Hopple - ' 31
James "- 30
'Casey ; '...'. 28
Haines having withdrawn from -this
contest, a tie existed between Paul and J.
Batey. In the shoot-off of live shots
each. Paul made 20 points and Batey 21.
thereby defeating Paul and awarding
tho spoon to Batey.
AVESTON WALKING TO WINSLOW.
Albuquerque, N. M.. Feb. 21. Leaving
Canyon Diablo, where he spent Sunday,
Edward Payson Weston is walking
away from the setting sun to Sunshino
todaj. He expects to reach there today
and be in Winslow tonight. g
Globe- Flour, best by test,
and the pay roll In El Paso.
From the Great Play of the Same Kama by
Joseph Jffedill Patterson and Harriet Ford
"Go to lunch, boys," ordered Brand
to the typesetters.
"We'll miss the mail," protested Mo
'I don't care. Go to lunch."
The compositors ceased work at the
linotypes and. wondering and whisper
ing, slowly filed out.
"Judith," Brand besought her, "won't
"Listen to me. Wheeler," she broke
in. "I know everything. Father has
told me everything about his guilt
You understand what it means to me
what he is to me. Tou must spare
him for me!"
"Judith-, it's impossible."
"But it is the human thing to do.
Oh, forget these ideals. Be just a
man a man who loves a woman and
protects her. You do love me, I know.
In spite of everything that you've
"Yes, I love you!" he cried fervently.
"And Wheeler, dear. I've not chang
ed," she told him fondly. "I can see
how right you menu to be in what
yon are trying to do, but in this yon
are wrong. Whatever my father may
have done, his intentions were honest.
He bad been Involved by others and
when he tried to extricate himself ii
was too late. They, not he, were
guilty. It was for their sakes, not his
own, that he offered you that money,
so you see you are wrong. Why,
Wheeler, if you belonged to me and
committed a crime I would die to
shield you i-om the penalty."
Brand answered "her quickly.
"That is wrcug reasoning."
To. no; it if right-i That must al
ways be," she cried.' "It is like like
Dresses Underpriced Tuesday.
Fresh from the maker, are'these prettily made
dresses. Neatr styles and of excellent quality
Of fa;t color madras and percale, neatly made. 5n all d0 QO
sizes, and a variety of colors- Values to $4.50 t)
Tub and Lingerie Dresses
Made of zephyr gingham and madras. Also several d0 QO
styles of fancy lingerie dresses. Values to $6.00. .. J0270
Tub and Lingerie Dresses .
Of zephyr gingham, madras, linene and chanibray, and lace and
embroidery trimmed la-wns and 1 'batistes. $LA Qfi
Values to$7-50 . ; tP. S70
$5.00 Silk Petticoats $3.98
All silk taffeta Petticoats, made witih deep pleated or ruf
fled flounce, very wide ash in black and all colors- We
offer our special $5.00 quality for Tuesday only at
Aeroplanes have been scouting the
skies in many, countries for the past
three years. Strategists have been tell
ing what havoc the heavier than air
machines may do In time of war, but
up till the present no heavier than air
machine has actually crossed a border
land from one country into another.
It is reserved for El Paso to show the
f world just how dangerous an aeroplane
may be in time of war; how easily "It
could be employed In smuggling gems
and troods across the line over the
heads of the customs officials: how
John Chinaman, with his pig-tall fly
ing In the upper zones, may slip over in
the shadow of the clouds, and how the
fugitive from justice' may rido the
breeze, and from his pride of place, bid
adieu to the vengeance he leaves be
hind. El Paso Is to have an aeroplane ex
hibition Tuesday and "Wednesday, Feb.
22d and 23d. The flights will be mada
by Charles K. Hamilton. Now it so
happens that the exhibitions will takeN
place at "Washington park. From the
grandstand may bo seen the river, run
ning along the border between Uncle
Sam's domain and the sister republic
of Mexico. If Hamilton makes a flight
which shall carry him only a few hun-
I dred feet to the south, he will have
j gone out the United States, and en-
tered the realm of Diaz,
i This brings to the attention of offl-
NOVELIZED BY FREDERICK R.
(Continued from Yesterday.)
a law of life. Can't you see that too?
I belong to you. Yes, I belong to you,
and you should shield me. You must
feel toward my father as he were yonr
own because he Is mine. IFs not pos
sible that you would do this thing to
your own father. Think of him that
way your own father! You'll not re
gret it I'll make it up to you with all
my love for ail the rest of life! Wheel
er, say you will do what I ask." She
broke down completely and sobbed
brokenly, leaning across the form.
"Oh. say you will do what I ask!"
Brand tried to raise her, but she
clung to him frenziedly.
"Judith, for God's sake, don't!" he
"Yes, yes: you must, yon shall!" Sho
ws losing an control of herself in hei
"Judith, listen to me." he said in
pJredly. "I'm not the man who loves
yon or Is IoTed by yon. I've no righ:
to think of you or of myself- I'm an
Instrument to an end in the history o?
a great Gcd. Can't yon see this thing
as I do?"
I can't reason- I can't, argue. I
fan only fceL"
The Judge bad drawn a few step
away from the pair during the scene
between them. He viewed with cal
culating satisfaction the battle that
his daughter was waging so valiantly
In his behalf, and he had felt that not
even the young stoic Brand could re
sist this powerful and final appeal of
the girl he loved. At his daughter's
last outcry be dmw near to the editor.
"Brand, are you human?" he de
manded strongly, pointing to the pros
trated girl withhls walking stick.
THAT IT RAISES
ciaJs and aviators ' alike the curious
paradox of .an American citizen having
entered Hexico without Inspection at the
customs house. If anything should
happen to his machine, he will drop
into Mexican territory, and this would
leave him in the technical position of
having smuggled into Mexico one fly
ing machine. Coun Zeppelin has
crossed the German frontier into Swit
zerland, but he did this in a dirigible
j balloon. Blerlot succeeded in crossing
into English territory from France, but
he was over neutral water from, shore
to shore, so that if Hamilton in his
El Paso flights goes over the line Into
Mexico, for the first time a heavier
than air machine will have Invaded a
Hamilton has gtated that he expects
to break a record or two in El Paso,
If the weather continues half as pleas
ant as it has been.
USE HERALD COUPONS
TO SEE THE BIRD MAN
Herald cpupons save you 25 cents on
the admission price to ee Hamilton, the
bird man, but they must be presented
at The Herald office and exchanged for
tickets. They are not good at the gates
at the park. The admission at the park,
is $1 for adults and 50 cents for enn
dren. Globe Flour, best Dy test,
end the payroll'ln El F&se.
Copyright, 1909, by Joseph MediU Patter
son and Harriet Ford
"Human, human, Judge Bartelmyf
he exclaimed. "You are true to your
self to the end. You bring your daugh
ter here so that by torturing me with
the sight of her suffering you may es
cape the penalty of your thievery. I
was willing she should think me heart
less to spare her the greater pain of
knowing you as yon are. But now you
bring her here In her Innocence to re
peat to me your lies. You're degrad-
ing her, dragging her down to yonr
own level, just as you did her mother
before her. If she lets you go on using
her It will be with her eyes open."
Judith raised her head amazedly.
"What are you saying?" she asked.
Brand turned to her and then to the
"Why. he's lied to you just as he's
lied all his life. He told you he was
trying to shield others. He lied. He
never shielded any one but himself.
Judge Bartelmy, the power of men
like you must be destroyed. When
justice Is corrupted the nation rots. If
I keep silent about you ana your meth
ods I become your accomplice; I be
tray my trust just as you have betray
(To Be Continued.)
USE HERALD COUPONS
TO SEE THE BIRD MAS
Herald coupons save you 25 cents on
the admission price to see Hamilton, the
bird man, but they must be presented
at The Herald office and exchanged for
tickets. They are not good at the gates
at the' park. Theadmlssion at the park
is $1 for adults and 50 cents, for chil
dren. v ,
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso.