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2 Splendid Waist Specials
The Waist Section now offers the widest range of "beautiful spring waists ever
shown in El Paso from the handsome hand embroidered models to the ordinary
every-day kind. To interest you in the Waist Section, we offer next week two in
troductory specials that are worth considering. These are lingerie and tailored
waists in all the new styles of the season, including the famous Foresight style.
The lingerie waists are beautifully fashioned and finished with lace and embroid
ery. In fact, these are the bes t waists we have ever sold at these prices, and you
should certainly lay in a supply next week. There are 200 dozen waists in all and
they are divided into two lots.
lingerie and Tailored Waists, all sizes
and styles, a regular $1.50 grade; spe
cial next week
Lingerie and Tailored Waists, all sizes
and styles, regular $2.00 waists; spe
cial next week
rHE woman who watches the Vhite
House windows will always know
what is newest and most correct in
feminine wearing apparel.
XOUISITE Easter gowns of every
conceivaole type will be specially
displayed next week. See them by all
Women's Easter Suits
$39.50 Values at $27.50
Prom our unrivaled showing of spring suits we have
selected for next week a special "that is, beyond a
doubt, the best suit value of the season. Our one rea
son for making such a radical reduction is that we
must advance Easter buying as much as possible. In
past years our Alteration Department has been
overrun. This year we propose to guard against
such a condition and so we offer highest type tailored
suits at this radical price concession.
Every wool fabric of the season will be found in this offer.
Included are a number of the favored white suits in serges
and wale worsteds. Also, natural pongee suits and colored
rajahs. The color range embraces amethyst, the new grays
and blues, rose, mode, helio, mustard and olive. All correct
coat lengths are shown, and coats are lined with messaline
or guaranteed taffeta. These suits are handsome in appear
ance, some being richly braided. French and Eussian blouse
styles are shown as well as all other favored styles of the
spring. Every woman in El Paso should want a new spring
suit by now. It is to serve the majority best and, at the same
time, relieve as much as possible the strain of Easter buy
ing mat tins remarKaDie suit oner is
made you. Values range regularly up
to $39.50; on sale for next week at
& jfl e 50
MONEY AND METALS.
El Paso's Only Exclusive Ready -to-Wear Store
New York Quotations.
(By Associated Vreaa.)
New York, March 5. Money on call
2 3 percent.
Prime mercantile paper. 45 per
cent. CIoiins: Quotations Today.
Bar silver, 50.
Desilverized lead, $4.554.65.
Copper, standard, ?13.1013.30;
May, ?13.10 13.30.
Mexican Jc liars 4-it.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.62.
Current Smelter Quotations.
(El Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 50
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb.?. 13 3-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 13 3-16
Lead (New York sales prices) 54.70
Lead (London sales prices). .13, s5, dO
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver 50.77 1
NEW YOEK LISTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Brit Co.. Globe. Ariz.".
s 6 j as n i o fi l ml I )
stbeet" duel '
One Man Is Murdered by
Another for Recusing to
Answer His Letter.
Tmer. Smelters S5
Brooklyn Rap. Transit 75
Chicago Great Western 32
Chi.. Mil. & St Paul 14o"
Colo. Fuel & Iron... ' 40s
Erie Ry 31
Merc. Cent -: 29 &
M.. K. & T . 43
Mo. Pac 70
Reading 168 Vt,
Rock Island 49 Ts
Southern Railway 29 si
Southern Pac 127
Texas Pac 30i&-
Union Pacific 1S7
V. S. Steel, com 85
Wabash .' 21,
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co.. Globe, Ariz.j
Ariz. Commercial .... 39
Bost. Corb IS
Boston Con 20&
Butte Coalition 26
Calumet & Ariz 72
Calumet &. Hecla 634
Copper Range 77
Daly West ". . . 8
East Butte 10
Greene Cananea 10
Nevada Con 23
North Butte 3S
Old Dominion 45"
Parrot 20 v.
Shannon . 15 "
Sup. & Boaton 13V
ISup. Copper 59
sup. & Pittsburg 24
Trinity s y,
U. S. Smelters, com 4S?
Utah Con 32
Utah Copper 52
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe. Ariz.j
Ariz. -Mich., pt. pd., A 70c
Black Mountain, A 20c
Boston Ely . .. 35
Butte Balaklava 10
Butte & London 21o
Cactus , 5x
Cal. & Montana lit
Chino Cop. Co 14
Chief Con 2
Cordova, pt. pd., A '. 99c
Cordova, full pd.. A 3
Cumberland Ely 6
Davis Daly 3 1
Ely Cent ..".." Jtj
Gila Copper g
Inspiration Cop s
La Rose h
Live Oak Dev 19
Majestic Cop. of Utah 90c
Mason Valley . 1
Nat. Mng. Exp 54c
New Keystone 5 14
Ohio Copper .". 4 y,
Pinto Copper oqc"
Ray Central 314
Ray Consolidated 23
Savanna, pt. pd itj
San Antonio, pt- pd' ..'. 914
Shattuck OQ '
Sierra '.'...'.'.'.'.'.'. "3
Superior & Globe, pt. pd l4
Scotland Neck, N. C, March 5, State
senator E. L. 'Travis and representative
A. P. Kitchln, brother of governor W.
W. KItchin and of congressman Claude
Kitchln and deputy sheriff C. W. Dunn,
all of Halifax county, tere shot down
on the main street of the "town yester
day afternoon by K. E. Powell. Travis
and Kitchin are seriously and Dunn fa
Powell, it is said, met his three vic
tims as they were walking along the
street together. He approached Mr.
Travis and asked him why he had not
replie'd to a letter he had written hini.
Kitchin, thinking that Powell was out
of humor, placed his hand gently on
his shoulder and uttered words intend
ed to placate him. Powell drew a pis
tol, shot Kitchin and then fired on
.Travis and Dunn.
Powell then walked to his store, se
cured a shotgun and barricaded himself
in the place. No effort was made to ar
rest him but he surrendered last night
and was taken to the county jail at Halifax.
PILES CURED I3T G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. 3lind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 1 1 days
or money refunded. 50c.
R. B. BlaH Fuel Co.
Wood, coal, feed, cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1S49.
TRAVELING Ei, fASOAA'5
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of the following places:
NEW YORK Imperial Hotel News
stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d street. 14nn Broadway.
WASHINGTON. jl. C. The Raleigh
ind the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern News stands, Queen City News
stands and Empire News stands.
PHILADELPHIA The Bellovne. Penn
News Co., S33 Pearce St.
PITTSBURG, PA. The Lincoln a
the Schenlcy Park.
BUFFALO. N. T. The Iroquois.
ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY, MO The Yoma
News Co., Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL, MINN. The Hotel Ryan.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. The West
DENVER. COLO-. The Browu Pal
ace, the Albany, S. Widom and West
ern News stands.
SEATTLE, WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and Washington street; also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND. CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, 336 Houston
MEMPHIS, TZNN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Boot Store. The
CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL, MEX. Parral News Co.
CANANEA, MEXICO D, EL Conger's
News stand (La Mesa).
TUCSON, ARIZ. A. Pool, News
Let the Spring Hat
Be the Rkht Hat
Let us make you acquainted
with the hat that is suitable for
YOU no two heads alike our
business is to make you the own
er of the hat that MTS we shape it to your head.
'If It7s to Be Worn Its Here"
$4.00 to ;
f.f. Oft nf g'ily
That the best is the cheapest when buying sHver
plated spoons and forks goes without saying.
They are used probably four times a day every
day, and if not Al quality they quickly show
signs of wear. The length of time silver plate
will wear depends entirely on the way you clean
it. If you use some polishing powders you can
soon wear the plating oft If you clean our Al
spoons and forks with fine whiting and water,
and polish wrfh a clean chamois leather, we can
safely saythe plating is good for twenty years'
family use. At the end of that time yon can get
them replated to be- as good as new.
. T. Hixson Co.
"The Gift House of the Southwest"
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago Grain. Clone.
Colu 1.03 1.03?5
rt -Iuly 65 .
J"U' ' 42.?
Chicago Provisions. Close.
KEEP YOUr EYE o;
THE YIIjLOTV LAJ1ET
All subscribers to -T..e Herald
should xratch the yellovr label pasted
on the -wrapper or on the first cage ot
their paper. The dat rtrinted thore
on is the data of expiration o sub
scription. "When a remittance on sub
scription account Is made, this date
should be changed. "When It Is not
changed soon after remittance is made,
allowing, of course, reasonable time
to reach EI Paso, the subscriber
should Immediately call the attention
of this offico to the oversight. By
doing this when the matter Is fresh in
the minds of all concerned, all further
trouble and inconvenience will be
Otherwise, He "Will' Get iSTo
Recognition for Discover
ing the Pole.
Washington, 3. C. March 5. Proofs
of commander Peary's discovery of. the
north pole caused a row in the sub
committee of jthe house committee on
naval affairs yesterday.
Two members of the National Geo
graphic society- appeared before the
committee with copies of Mr. Peary's
proofs to secure the granting of a suit
able reward by congress to the exnlorer.
out the committee declined, to
result that the committee has ma
it known that unies ihe Peary proofs
are forthcoming to the fu 1 -satisfaction
them in conference with the ultimate ed the pole -and never had, even before he
j of the committee every bill introduced
for the purpose of rewarding the dis
coverer will be plneon holed.
Three members of the committee were
in favor of receiving the proofs with
out making them public. Representa
tive Macon hotly obpected and after
declaring his oosition, stalked angrily
from the room.
"I am against any legislation in, the
dark," Macon sharply told the commit
tee. "Furthermore, if this committee
decides in favor of I ears' without in
specting the full reco-ds alid .making
them public I will expose the whole'
business onNthe flor of the house, or in
a statement to the press. Ii wo reward
Mr. Peary, the American people have
a right to know what we are reward
ing him for."
Peary "Wants to Sell Records.
Prof. Gannett, of the coast of geodetic
survey,-and one of the members of the
National Geographic society, thich ac
cepted Pear3r's proofs, told the commit
tee that Peary would not let the' com
mittee have' the proof for public pur
poses, because he wanted them for use
in newspapers and magazine articles.
The professor nad with him a copy
of the proofs but declined to submit
them. He told the committee he had not
the slightest doubt that Peary discover-
could remain In TVashington and fix up
astronomical k observations and instru
ment records such as a man might make
at the pole. These could not be tola
from the genuine, it was acknowledged.
Representative Alexander, of New
York, was present as the personal repre
sentative of Peary and told the commit
tee that the latter would be glad to have
the committee examine the records but
he would have to see Mr. Peary again
and learn whether he would consent to
have them published.
The committee will take up the sub
ject again next Tuesday.
Kansas city Lliestn.-ic Cloie.
Kansas City, Mo.. March 5. Cattle
Receipts 300; no southerns; steady.
Native steers. SS7nlf!J7.75r southern
steers, $5.257.00; southern cows, $3.50 I
ta-'; native cows and heifers. $3.00
6-S0; stockers and feeders,, $4.00 G.25;
bulls, $4.255.75; calves, $4.503.75;
western steers, $5.257.25; western
cows, $3.50 6.00.
-.STS Receipts 1500; 5c higher; bulk
$9.09.75. Heavy, $9.759.S5; packers
and butchers, $9.609.80; light, $9.30
9-6; Pigs, $8.509.00.
saw the proofs.
It was stated by professor Gannett that
any -scientist ivho kcw his business I
HAVE YOU SOME
THING TO SELL?
You can easily sell it
Call Bell 115, Anto 1115
tell the girl wMt it is
and The Herald will sell
it. No bother, no form
ality. t ; -;
Chicago L-rorfv- QJosc.
Chicago. Hi., March 5. Cattle Re
ceipts 1200; steady. . Beeves, $5.00
8.10; Texas steers, $4.705.S0; western
steers, $4.70 6.50; stockers and feed
ers, $3.60 6.20; cows and heifers, $2.60
a.80; calves. S7nOrf.q fto.
. S:s Receipts 12,000; strong to 5c
higher. Light. $9.559.90; mixed, $9.60
10.00; heavj-, $9.6510.02; rough.
$9.609.80; good to choice heavy, $9.80
f 10.02; pigS $s.709.55; bulk, $9.S0
Sheep Receipts 1500; steady. Na
tives, $5.008.10; western, $5.508.10.
Palace Cafe. H. B. Thompson.
El Paso Herald Offices.
A. H. Richards. Jeweler.
International Book Co.
Win. Moeller, Real Estate.
Lobby Cigar Stand.
H. L. Howell. ReaL Estate.
agent Herald Bldg.
x. w. C. A. Lunch and Rest
John Brunner, Tailor.
J. F. Milner. C. E. E. M.. nr.
senting the White Sands Co.
Miss Pauline Hllpert, Dresi
R. L. Nichols. Attorney at Law
Colorado National Life Assur
ance Co , E. McMillan, Gen. Agent
Southwestern Iortland Cement
St. Louis Wool. Close.
St. Louis, Mo., March 5. Wool dull.
Territory and western mediums. 25 2S;
fine mediums. 2024; fine, 1221.
Galveston Spot Coton
Galveston, Tex., 'March 5. Spot cot
ton steady, l-16th off, middlings, 14c;
HAVE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
Tou can easily sell It. Ca(i Bell 115,
Auto 1115, tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell It, No bother, no
HATE YOU SOMETHING TO SELL?
You can easily sell it. Call Bell 115,
Auto 1115, tell the girl what It is and
The Herald will sell It, No botber, no
WANT ADS BY TELEPHONE.
The Herald has arraj'gtd to take
re-ant ads by phone. Call Bell 115,
ad 'will ho rpcpK-Ar? in?prtr? nrnirrnHv I
and collected for net day.
DEATH AT SOLOHOJTFILWS
IS DUE TO FEIAGItA.
Solomonville, Ariz., March 5. Elec
tors have decided from careful exami
nation that the death of Mrs. Joseph
Michelma. a 17 year old girl who die"d
here recently, was due to pelagra.
She had an. insatiable appetite for
sweets and it Is believed that cheap
confections containing quantities of a
corn product of glucose produced the
Dr. Bacon, of Tombstone, and Dr.
J. H. Lacy, of this place, diagnosed the
case as pelagra.
You'll oe surprised at
the results you will get
from a small want, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25e to 50e.
phone Bell 115, Auto
HATE BABY DAUGHTER.
An eight pound daughter was born
this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Ed L.
Mlllican at their home on the county
road, one mile south of Washington
park. t -
A few minutes delay in treating some
cases of -croup, even the length of time
it takes to go for a doctor often proves
dangerous. The safest -tray is to keep
Chamberlain's Cough Remedv in the
house, and at the first indication of
croup give the child a dose. Pleasant to
take and always cures. Sold by all drug-
The Public Stenographers Co..
-rs. Jessie E. M. Howe and Miss
Ruth Williams Proprietors.
The Wm. Jennings Co.. 'Engi
neers and Machinery merchants
First Church of Christ. Scien
tist. Reading Rooms.
iMrs. A. P. Thompson, Mrs. Wm
Noble, China Decorations.
Drs! Satterlee & Satterlee Os
teopaths. Dr. Flora Satterlee and
Dr. .Nettie Satterlee.
Carter & Robertson. Mill, Mine
and Smelter Supplies.
The Standard Home Company
E. L. Joseph, District Manager
Mra. J. B. Cass and Miss Garra,
.ne Ludlow-Saylor Wire Co
J. E. Robertson, Mngr.
Royal Jackman, Upper Valley
Lee & Woodyard, contracting
El Paso Printing Co., Herald
building, facing G. H. & S. A
Corner Texas &. Stanton.
Where "R-e now have one of the MOST
MODEL PIANO HOUSES in the South
west. Just a few days and we will be
BETTER THAN EVER.
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
118 N. Stanton St.
& V"e can please t
1Sk e mos ex
m acting, by
TO the box or
V W in bnlk
0 from the
1 tft finest lin
JL " ensdown I
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