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L PASO HERuAXD'
In Our Delicatessen Department
ISTew York Cream Cheese, per lb 25c
Roquefort Cheese, imported 65c
Swiss Cheese, imported 40c
Brick Cheese 25c
Camanbert Cheese, each -" 40c
Sap Sago Cheese, each - 15c
Parmessen Cheese, bottles 25c and 35c
McLaren's Imperial Cream I5c and 35c
McLaren's Boquefort, jars 25c
Stilton Cheese, jars 60c
Neufehatel Cheese 10c
Blue Label Cream Cheese, 15c and 25c
Pineapple Cheese 60c and 75c
Edam Cheese, imported . . . . $1.25
We keep our Cheese in ice cold refrigerators, free
from dust and flies, always fresh, and of highest
Home Made Cakes and Home Made Bread
I Phone 15L 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151.
. CHASE & SANBORN'S
IS SOLD IN EL
Jackson Grocery Co,
We do not supply this famous "brand of ours to any other
dealer. You can only be sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND"
genuine and fresh by buying it at their store.
Feb. I 1910.
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Laughs at the El Paso Theater Gome Tco Fast for Safety
of Buttons Pretty Girls, Handsome Costumes and
Good Music, With the Inimitable Marie as the
Fun M aker.
There was -as much difference between
the Marie Cahill performance and tne
average musical, coniedy as there is be
tween the real and the counterfeit. "We
have had some musical comedies this
year that passed for good, and were
good; shows that cava us lots of laughs
and all kinds of enjoj-nicnt. but we
didn't get the real tiling until Miss Ca
hill came along. It was not only a New
York production, but-It a "ew York
cast and New York costumes.
E. & w:
$2.00 to $3.50
$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
& SANBORN, Chicago.
There were not so many real short
dresses as some musical comedies have,
but there was such a lingerie display
as to call to mind a white goods clear
ance sale at the Popular or Calisher's.
There were no tights, but rw show girls
have ever kicked higher Tor an El Paso
audience. There were no beauties, but
all were pretty enough to pass muster.
head and shoulders above the average
And Miss Cahill is a woman who can
on our .
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be funny. There are lots of funny wom
en, but very few women wno can be
funny. She is one of them she is a
scream. It is not so much what she says
as how she says it. She got off the in
nocent little "What's it's name, Richard
or Mabel?" in asking the sex of a canary,-
so cleverly that the house roared
with laughter. She told about a poker
game until everybody rio.t lsoD Illne
hart and Ben Levy who enjoy anything
if there are girls in it laughed till their
sides were sore; her Imitation of the
fashionable New York women in a box
at the opera and her takeoff on the tele
phone girl answering a hurry call of a
subscriber were more than screams. Her
Hoop La La song convulsed everybody;
it was so. funny that the plaster on the
proscenium arch cracked a smile. Her
Beduoin Love ong was just as sweet
and 'tender as her other songs "iere fun
ny, and her loremaking scene with the
old southerner was as funny as a gam
bler being prosecuted In EI Paso. Then
her scenes with her husband, the "ge
nius," whom she declared was 'so busv
being a genius that he forgot to be a
gentleman, were very clever. Her talk
of her "Lucitania appetite and tugboat
income;" her reminder that he used to
spend his time calling her darling, but
now he calls her down, and that 'the
best husband looks before ne marries
and overlooks after ne is married," were
just a few of the brilliant sallies of the
Sheis al&o very cleer In ner conver
sation with "the boys." The show is call
ed "The Boys and Betty," but it is
mostly all "girls and Betty;" however,
there are enough boys to give the proper
turn to the name and one rather "old
boy" who "is as clever with his feet and
voice as the younger ones. Sue cautions
one of the boys that "there are icwo
kinds of girls to shun blonds and bru
nets." To one of the boys' declaration
that a certain girl is an angel, Miss Ca
hill urges him to "see her berore break
fast and then you ll apologize to the
She takes off the rich with the sally
"that woman has so muti money in the
bank that everybody thinxs sne's beau
It is this line of patter, but in the
inimitable Cahill way that permeates the
entire show; nobody can do it just like
Marie Cahill. She is more than clever;
she is a genius, with a voice as sweet
and mellow as a violin or a flute, she
can adapt it equally well to the senti
mental ballad, the coon song or the com
ic ditty. She apparently make no effort
in any of her work; it Is just as free
and easy as breathing and ner comedj'
lines roll out in such brilliant smooth
ness, so fast that it tastes a rapid fire
brain to get them ,all and enjoy them;
if you laugh at one thing like you real
ly want to, you miss trie next. Marie
Cabin's fault, if she has any, Is that
she is too funny; she could give the au
dience half as much for its -money and
yet overstock their appreciative system.
And Miss Cahill is not the whole show.
She has a company of people that are
not only good, but clever. Her chorus
girls have better voices than the princi
pals in the average musical show and
they all have pretty faces, good forms
and are graceful in their movements.
And such clothes! The chorus of the
Cahill show looks like a fashion plate
or a parade on Fifth avenue on a Sun
day morning. It is useless to mention
names, for eery member of the cast was
splendid; in fact all the principals were
good enough to be starred in the ordin
ary road shew of the musical comedy
variety, and it would be a pretty good
The play is in three acts located,
first, in Betty's home, where she boards
seme ambitious students to help her "ar
tistic" husband make a living; second,
in her shop in Paris after the inappre
ciative "artist" husband decides to leave
her and she has started up m business
for herself, and lastly, in the gardens
of Maj., Gordon's palatial villa outside
the city of Paris. The husband mean
time falls in love with a ballet dancer
and commits bigamy by marrying her,
while the "wife, freed by the husband's
criminal action, weds "one of the boys"
of the first act, who has become a suc
cessful Parisian journalist.
The One Bent Bet.
"Batty and the Boys" leads the mu
sical comedies that El Paso has seen
this year, head and choulders above
them, just as David "Warfieid and his
"Music Master" lead all attractions of
the sentimental class. -El Paso hopes
manager Rich will be able to book Bet
ty or rather Marie, every year, and El
Paso promised her a packed house ev
erytime she comes, even if it is neces
sary to wait till 10 oslock for the scenery
to be set and the girls to get dressed.
Last night it was necessary to wait till
9. as the train from the west was late,
and it took a long time to get the car
load of scenery and costumes to the El
Miss Cahill does not use the ordinary
dressing rooms of the ordinary theater.
She carries her own dressing room and
sets it up on the stage It Is built of
canvas and is portable. The hooks and
the makeup shelves and the mirrors and
everything are just where she (wants
them and she has everything in the same
place every 'night by carrying her own
dressing room; she can dress with ease
and dispatch in this manner, whereas if
she used the rooms provided by the dif
ferent theaters, everytteirg would be dif
ferent every night and delays and in
conveniences would be necessarily a
part of the pro-am.
WIX3, W03IE.Y AM) SOXG."
Bonita, the famous star of the big
musical review "Wine, "Woman and
Sons'," to be seen at the El Paso mat
inee and night, Thursday, Feb. 24, dur
ing her long run of 400 nights at the
Broadway Circle theater, New York
City, introduced some new vogues In
fashions. During the big actors' fund
fair, held at the Metropolitan opera
house a voting contest was put on for
the most popular actress on the Amer
ican stage Bonita won the prize, which
was a very expensive diamond sun
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ing Allen's Foct-Ease, the antiseptic
powder, into them. Just the thing for
Dancing parties, Patent Leather shoes,
and for Breaking in new shoes. "When
rubbers or overshoes become necessary
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Main Floor Items
WAISTS Women's Tailored
"Waists, made of linen and lin
ene. Some are .pure 'white,
others show a dainty touch of
color. They come in cluster
pleated styles and are worth
2.50. Special tomorrow $1.23.
VIOLETS French Violets,
highly perfumed, highly fash
ionable, worth to 75c a bunch,
are special tomorrow at 45c.
LACES Edgings and Inser
tions of All-Linen Torchon in a
great varietj' of novel patterns.
Sell regularly 25c a yard; spe
cial tomorrow at 15c.
HOUSE DRESSES Women's
One-Piece House Dresses of lin
en, linene and rep. Shown in
a number of pleasing styles
and attractively trimmed in
lace and "braids, lihese are
regular $12.00 Dresses; very
special tomorrow, in the Suit
Section, at $7.95.
UNION SUITS W o m e n's
Gauze Cotton Union Suits, low
necked and sleeveless some
umbrella style lace trimmed at
knees, otihers plain and tight
fitting. Values to 50c ; special
VESTS Women's Summer
Vests, with silk taped neck and
shoulder straps; worth to 50c
each; special tomorrow ttt 39c.
$1.25 CHIFFON TAFFETA 89c
Yard wide Black Ohiffon Taf
feta, the regular $1.25 kind, is
an extra special tomorrow at,.
a yard 89c.
$1.50 IMPORTED PONGEE
Imported Pongee, a jood heavy
quality worth $1.50 a yard.
Priced for tomorrow tomor
row only $1.10.
burst having won by many thousands
over all the reigning stage beauties and
favorites of the New York stage.
Seats are now selling at the Crawford
theater; prices $1.00 and $1.50.
Mme. Teresa Carreno, one of the
world's greatest pianists, will give one
of her matchless piano recitals at the
El Paso theater Wednesday, Feb. 23.
The New York Telegraph of March 28,
"Madame Carreno is one of the few
pianists before the public who can give
the piano its full significance and im
press by the fire and poetry of her
playing rather than by the mere corus
cation of technique."
Seats are now selling at the Craw
ford; price 51.00.
SPECIAL 3IATIXEE, "TITOIAX
Owing to the demand for seats for
"Human Hearts," manager Rich will
give a special Wednesday matinee for
women and children with the same
matinee prices, 10c and 25c Matinees
begin at 2:30.
'HUMAX HEARTS." "
This big scenic production, "Human
Hearts," Is the best thing this com
pany has given at the Crawford aud
Mr. Bailey and Miss Lockwood, both
have parts that could not be better if
they had been written for them. Tlte
sale of seats is lare throughout the
week, "so get yours'in time," the man
SPECIAL MATIN'EE BY BONITA.
Manager Rich has arranged for a
special, matinee for women and children
for Bonita's performance of "Wine, Wo
men and Song," at the El Paso theater
Thursday afternoon. The demand for
seats at the night performance has
been so heavy, that the matinee was
made a necessity.
COLONIAL BALL TONIGHT.
The big colonial ball of the Fraternal
Brotherhood, lodge 289. will take place
tonight in Fraternal Brotherhood hall.
Mrs. Drunrmoud will furnish the music
The grand march will sant at 9, and
there will be a prize waltz at 10. Ad
mission will be 50 cents.
MME. CARREXO'S PIAXO OX 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 tho 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 anij Wednesday evening.
This Everett piano was selected by
Carreno to accompany her on her entire
concert tour of America anl Mexico
Forecast. - '
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
and Wednesday fair- and colder. '
i For New Mexico:' tonight generally
fair acd colder, -with cold wave east
portion. Wednesday fair: colder south
For west Texas: Tonight fair: cold
er except In southeastern portion; cold
wave In the Panhandle, with tempera
ture about 10 'degrees. Wednesday fair,
W. W. Follett of the International
Boundary commission, who 'has been
doing field work near -Brownsville, Is
now at Alpine. Ho will return in about
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Checked Apron Gingham that sells regularly 7e a yard;
Odds & Ends Sale special tomorrow morning, from 8 to 10
10 Yards for 35c
CAMBRIC 12 YARDS $1.00
Lonsdale Finished Cambric, 36 inches
wide, worth 12 l-2c a yard; Odds &
Ends Sale price, 12 yaTds
FRENCH MADRAS 121-2c
The 20c quality of French Dress Madras,
36 inches wide, offered in stripes and
plain shades; Odds & Ends
Sale price, a yard
'Jumbo" Toilet Paper, regularly 10c a
roll; Odds & Ends Sale price Og
4 rolls for wC
15c TORCHON LACE 3c
All-Linen Torchon Edgings and Inser
tions, worth to 15c a yard; Odds Q
& Ends Sale price, per yard O C
LONSDALE MUSLIN 11c
Lonsdale and "Eruit-of-bhe-Loom"
Bleached Muslin; Odds & Ends -3
Sale price, a yard
Brothers Meet in the Same
Lodge Room Where Wash
ington Presided as Master
Back in Early Days.
Alexandria, Va., Feb. 22. The move
ment to eret a permanent Masonic me-
'fmorial to George Washington took its
first definite' form today wnen
en. J. M. Dickinson, secretary of
war, and tne grana masters oi many
Masonic Krand lodges met nere
witlTN)ther distinguished men of the
fraternity to form a rational Masonic
Memorial association. Perhaps no Ma
sonic celebration ever held anywhere m
America has been more elanorate.
In this quaint old town of ivy-covered
walls and rambling gardens, upon a
street laid out by me young surveyor,
near the spot where In 1754 Braddock's
young colonel quartered nls .iroops be
fore the fateful march io the Ohio; near
the historic old lodge where he was a
master and in the midst or a field rich
in the events of his life and memory.
It will be the purpose of t--ls association
to erect a temple to George Washington,
a Mason. Set apart In the structure will
be a hall of fame in which space will
be allotted to all the grand jurisdictions
in the country to place tablets to the
memories of their dilnB-uisnea" sons.
Location of Monument.
The memorial would stand on Wash
ington street. Close by rs tne old Christ
church, where, in his mature years,
Washington served as a vestry
man. On a field not far off he held his
last military review. Across a shaded
green in tlie stately old courthouse he
cast his last vote, and there his will is
Alexandria, by undisputed cqnsent, is
the natural site for the memorial. Wash
ington moved to Mount Vernon wheh lye
was 1G, with his half brptner, Laurence,
and until the chill, raw day of his death
it was his home, and Alexandria was his
home town. He became a memner of its
council, represented It In the house of
Burgesses, endowed its schools, estab
lished its fire department and was mas
ter of its lodge.
AVkere WanMnErton Sat.
The men who will form the association
met today in the same Alexandria Wash
ington lodge room, where Washington
occupied the master's ctiair. While no
fixed plan cQuld be announced prior to
the assembly of all the grand masters.
It is In short the purpose or the lodgo
to raise $1,000,000 to tuild and endow
the memorial. The Institution will be
Indicate skin sickness. Sometimes it's
a little colony of germs that are feast
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symptom of a much more serious skin
"rouble to come. In any event if you
valno your looks, comfort or future
health, you should get rid of the trou
ble at once. Don't risk Eczema. Ery
sipelas. Ringworm and other serious
skin diseases by letting any indica
tion of skin sickness run on untreated,
when Littell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound stops itching instantly and per
manently relieves aoiy and all forms of
skin disease, no matter what It may be.
Sample bottle sent postpaid to any ad
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25c NET -VEILING 10c .
French Xet Veiling in every imaginable
color. Sells in a regular way 25c per
yard; Odds &. Ends Sale price -f f
15c COLLARS FOR 5c
Embroidered Linen Collars', many pat
terns to choose from. Sell ordinarily
as high as 15c each; Odds & Ends jf
Sale price, choice for OC
Xewbro's Herpicide, the $1.00 size; 0dd3
& i.nds Sale price,
CUPS AND SAUCERS 9c
Xicely Decorated China Cups and Sauc
ers, worth regularly 15c; Odds Q
& Ends Sale price .'. uC
Big lot of Women's Muslin, Underwear,
worth to $1.00 per garment; A vj
Odds & Ends Sale price TT C
unique among the memorials of the
world and will permit every grand ju
risdiction to honor every Mason it es-
1 teems to be deserving with a leaf In its
hall of fame, a photorapn and a bi
ography. The gathering of sucn men or prom
inence in the old lodge was Tmpressive.
Alexandria Washington lodge No. 22
made "Washington its worshipful grand
master In 17SS. At his request In 1791 It
laid the cornerstone of the District of
Columbia, and two years later assisted
in laying the cornerstone of the national
capitol. In 1799 it performed -he Ma
sonic ceremonies at his funeral.
In its halls, crowded with precious
mementoes, his memorial -was organized
today. There hangs the old charter
granted by Edmund rtandolph, grand
master of Masons in Virginia, in 17SS.
Close by, its pendulum cord cut and its
hands pointing to 20 minutes after 10
in the evening the hour and the min
ute of his death stands the old bed
chamber clock. No money could buy this
silent old tale bearer. Nearby In a
case is the little trowel tie used at lay
ing the capitol cornerstone. In another
are his Wedding gloves. iis pocket com
passes, farm spurs, a piece of his tent
used at Yorktown. his old fashioned
medicine scales and an eloquent token of
his reverence for his mother a little
knife she gave to him as a reward for
his obedience and which he treasured for
The William p oture. painted from
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THE U. S. CROP 1-3 SHORT.
The Flax Seed crop is one-third short. In con
sequence, much Linseed Oil is adulterated.
Our Linseed Oil is
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CLUBS THAT P-EASE GOLFEES.
The balance and "hang" of our new line, of McGregor Golf Chrbs will
delight any player. The irons are hand forged from a high grade
of Swedes Iron and the models we show are approved by the best
301-303 EL PASO ST.
Main Floor Items
WAISTS Women's beautiful
Lingerie Waists of lingerie
cloth and mercerized batiste.
Some are daintily embroidered,
some inset with lace and em
broidery. These are wai3ts
nvorth to $3.95; special tomor
LAWNS i6inch French and
Persian lawns sheer, fine,
white materials of excellent
washing quality. Sell regular
ly 35c a yard; special tomor
row, in the White Goods Sec
These are 3-yard waist pat
terns of 28-inch White Madras,
highly mercerized, in dots,
stripes and small figured ef
fects. Special tomorrow, each
LINEN SHEETING 36-inch.
White Linen Sheeting for
suits, skirts and waists; worth
50c a yard; special tomorrow
IRISH POPLIN 27-inch Irish
Poplin mercerized to a silky
finish. Shown in every wanted
shade. Should sell 35c a yard;
special tomorrow 25c.
DRAWERS Women's Gauze
Cotton Umbrella Drawers lace
trimmed. They should sell for
35c a pair; we iprice them for
tomorrow's shoppers 25c.
$1.25 WHITE SERGE 9Sc
44-inch White Storm Serge
with black hairline stripe. Reg
ular price $1.25 a yard; on sale
$1.25 PANAMA AND SERGE
Panama and Serges. 44 to 50
inches wide, in the new spring
shades; worth $1.25 a yard;
special Tomorrow 89c.
I life in 1794, hangs on anotner wall. It
I cannot escape the eye, for it is much
unlike the accepted likenesses of Wash-
ingtou. It shows the man in his
extreme old age and is the only
original life picture extant, in Masonic
regalia. His Masonic apron embroidered
i in gold with French anc American flags
entwined, presented to the lodge in 1S12
by his nephew,. Lawrence Lewis, hangs
nearby. The only original painting of
lord Fairfax, Washington's early pa
tron and friend, is also there.
The master's chaii, occupied by Gen.
j Washington in presiding over the lodge,
i stands in a glass case, from which it Is
removed only on extraordinary occasions.
It is 122 years old and was :n constant
use for 117 years. Scores of other things
of his day, the old chairs and benches
ot the lodge still in use, the rront door
key of the Bastlle. presented in 182
by Lafayette, which have come from
relatives and friend?, are valued beyond
There had been a sentiment against
choosing a new site for the memorial,
but for a great many reasons the one
proposed en Washington street is bet
ter fitted to the purposes or a national
undertaking and vthe necessities have
outweighed the patriotic sentiment and
j have won a graceful consent to the new
Todays first meeting, held in the lodge
room, adjourned at noon and all went
to Mount Vernon by a special train. The
party of distinguished men walked along
the bluff that overlooks the majestic
river and laid a wreath upon the tomb.
They then returned to the toCge at Alex
andria for conferring of degrees.
Tonight, at the annua tiaaquet of the
old lodge, secretary of var Dickinson.
James D. Richardson, sovereign grand
j commander, Scottish Rite Masons, rep
j rentatlves Charles C. Carllng and
Champ Clark, and Vrc Re- John Wesley
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