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Gzrr official opening each season is looked forward to by the women of El Paso
with the greatest eagerness. The one scheduled for tomorrow eclipses any former
opening and, in fact, any similar occurrence ever held in the Southwest.
MJ A special feature of the opening tomorrow will he the showing of a special im-
portation of 100 exquisite Parisian models. These are the handsomest hats ever
JJ brought to the United States, and we believe patrons will appreciate the efforts
we have made to show them something well worth coming to see. Second in import
ance to the Parisian hats are 300 exclusive models from the foremost designers of
America. In short, our opening -tomorrow will afford a millinery display such as is
rarely seen outside the largest metropolis.
Opening begins Tuesday and continues the balance of the week.
You Are Cordially Invited
n sr i
& m - miss our official m
s w ir y opening tomorrow will be
it J jf rlhn Jw fi M for you to fail to see the
F i &Jm$Lj MM Jtf M& JS foremost authentic millin-
Br r 3- M Wr'mr M . m eYy models of the present -
We dont't exaggerate
when we say that our
opening will show more
models than all the com
bined millinery and de-
nartment stores in Ell
in Michigan; was county clerk of the
county of Tioga in 1S59, 1SG0 anil 1S61;
was elected to the forty-third and forty
fourth congresses; ivas elected United
States senator January 18, 1881, and re
signed that office May 16 of the same
year; v.as chosen secretary and director
of the United States Express company
in 1879, and in 1SS0 was elected presi
dent of the company; v.as member and
president of the board of quarantine
commissioners of New York from 1SS0
trll 1SSS; was delegate to the national
republican conventions of 187G. 1SS0,
1884, 18S8, 1892, 1S9C and 1900; had been
a member of the national Republican
committee; wai elected United States
senator In 1S96 for the term beginning
March 4, 1S97, and reelected in 1903. His
term of service expired March 3, 1909-
$150 TQ $400
In Buying One
"Who have been selling High Grade Pi
anos in El Paso, Texas, for over 28
years, snd are hotv going: out of the
ylaae fcwilHesa, and have to close out
afeext tttrty plane at once to make
room on account of remodeling their
biiUding. VTe Trill never buy any more
pianos, and this is a real closing; out
Mk of Pianos and all musical instru
ments, Sheet Music and Musical Mer
chandise, except Talking Machines and
GOOD 3BVT UPRIGHT PIA2TOS FROM
GOOD UPRIGHT PIAXOS FR03I
9100 TO $155.
FIAXOLA PIANO PI.ATERS $373 AJTD
"W. G. Walz retires from active busi
ness. "W. Gj "Walz company will cut down
their many lines to Talking Machines,
Phonographs, Spalding & Bros.' Ath
letic Goods, Eastman Kodaks, and
ods that belong to these lines, and
Ttill occupy one store room and two
Everything else goes at reduced
Our Curio Eusiness for sale at cost.
Harry T. "Walz and "Wm. G. Walz, jr.,
will do the work hereafter and the olu
man is going fishing.
St. Regis Dr. Brodington and wife,
Mexico, W. T. Williams. New York; C.
F. Avers. Kansas City, Mo.; C. S Men
dfIson. New York: Mrs. T. L. Vandauer,
New York, Albert J. Proctor. Denver,
Colo ; R. J. Richardson, Lowvllle. X. Y.;
G. T. Tilgham, New York; Sam. R
Nuzurn, Fairmont W. Va.; Miss Madge
Sample, Fairmont, W. Va.; Mrs. A. T
Roberts, Cape Charles, "Va.; P. F. Ycar
out. Shawnee. Okla.; G W. Franklin,
Cleveland, Ohio; J. J. Lanin. New
Kampstead- C. Parker, Winnipeg, Can
ada; Britton Davis and wife, New
Yoik city; M. G. Fox. Cincinnati, Ohio;
T. T. Nickles and wife. Detroit, Mich.;
W. P. Moore, Ann Arbor, Mich.; Ber
nard Sydam, New York city; W. T.
Harris. Inde, Jjgo , Mex.; N. J. Newton,
Inde, Dgo., Mex.; W. P. Collmgs and
v.ife, Chicago, 111.:- TV". Van Sickle, Al
pine, Texas; Ambrozo Gonzales, C. Jua
rez Mex.; R. Dill. jr.. Milwaukee, Wis.;
Mrs. W. A. Hance, Freeport, 111.; P.
J. Kelly. St. Louis, Mo.; D. J. Faly,
Las Vegas, N. M.; James D. Coffey,
Dodge City. Kan.; E. E. Walker, Dodge
City. Kan.; W. McArthur, Chicago, 111.;
F. W. Parker and wife. Las Cruce3,
N. M.; Annette Weissenborn, Appleton,
Wis.; Tom James and wife, Hartsett,
Colo.; H. S. Brsurr, Chicago, III.; S. B.
Hellyn, Chicago, 111.; W. E. Runson,
Guaymas, Sonora; Bun W. Freer, San
Francisco; H. C. Hunt, Jamestown, N.
D.; W. R. Kellogg. Jamestown, N. D.;
A. B. Bement, Terre Haute. Ind.; H.
D. Weeks and wife. Chicago, 111.; J.
B. Walker, Boston, Mass.; W. M. Crutz
suza, St. Louis, Mo.. Miss C. Duifid,
St. Louis. Mo.; E. J. Palrot, Chicago,
111.; Mr. Castle, Lancaster, Pa.; Mr. At
kins, , Lancaster Pa.; Mr. Mouk, Lan
caster. Pa.; Mr. Foreman, Lancaster,
Pa.; Mr. Still, Lancaster. Pa.; Col. Sho
ber. Lancaster. Pa.; R. W. Redding,
Boston, Mass.; William. Belt, Montreal,
Canada; M. M. Mark, New York; J. P.
Klons. New York; Louis C. Houselle,
New York; R. L. Warninger. Naper
vi He. 111.; H. C. Rice Dray, New Or
leans, La.; Ed. E. Emmervile and fam-f
ny. jnjcago, m.. w. -towiana ijox. ana
wife, New York; A. W. Lewln and
wife, New Orleans, La.; W. F. Board
ner, San Francisco, Cal.; S. S- Forney,
Los Angeles, Cal.; W. W. Law and
wife, Chicago, III.; Allen Frake, Chi
cago, 111.; George H. Green wav, St.
By James Forbes
Copyright, 1908, by G.
"W. Dillingham Company.
Novelized From Forbes's
Play of the Same
John W. Harding
FIRESTONE AUTOMOBILE TIBES
C. D. FREEMAN
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PASO CYCLE WORKS
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SOLD 8Y DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
HAVE YOU SOMETHING To SELL?
Tou can easily sell 't. Pall Bell 115,
Aato 1115, tell the girl what it is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
"Ah," Patsy, me darlln. you're for
gettin'. It's a lesson women must
learn, somehow, somewhere, some day.
J Better you nor some one else to stand
by an' watch she ain't harmed."
"True," she said slowly. "Maybe
yon're right; mom, after all."
"Whist!" exclaimed O'Brien. JtHere's
a rig comin."
"I've a hunch that's Dan. Skidoo,
pop," cried Patsy, kissing him hastily
and pushing him toward the door.
"That goes tor you, too, mom. I guess
I don't need no chaperony."
Patricia O'Brien's love was of that
kind which is a woman's whole exist
ence. Germinating on that day five
years before when, a stranger, Mallory
had smiled Into her eyes, it had grown
into a passion that filled every waking
hour of her life, a passion that ab
sence had but purified and ennobled.
"Do you know you're takin' my
breath away?" she gasped between the
kissps he planted avidly on her lips.
"Am I?" he said, and he kissed her
again and again.
"After seventeen weeks touring imi
tation towns this is certainly peach
preserves," she murmured.
"It's heaven! To "me you're the Gne
jgirl in the whole universe," he de
"When I think of the ratn I see oth
er women stacked up against you
"I never saw anything that was in
your class, Patsy. You look like a four
time winner yourself."
"Honest, Dan?" "-
"You're prettier than ever."
The girl regarded him quizzically.
"Say, ain't you afraid of gettin'
pinched for peddlin' hot air without z.
license?" she asked.
"It ain't hot air. If s God's truth.
Gee, but it's good to look at you. You
don't know how I miss you, dear."
"I must hump back to the real pud
"To connect The 'Moonlight Maids'
goes into cold storage."
"So I gathered. Seems to be a bad
season for shows."
"It's always a bad season for bad
shows with bum backin'. '
"This everlastin' huntin a job gets
on my nerves," she said dejectedly.
"I'm tired of it tired of missin' you,
Dan; tired of seein' you only once in a
"So am I, sick to death of missin'
you an' longin' for you, an' I won't
have you go. Marry me now. Patsy.
We'll get along somehow."
Ee went to her and put his arm
' "Say yes," he urged, stroking her
hair back from her forehead caressing
ly. "What's the use of waitin'?'
"An' put a crimp in your prospects?'
she exclaimed suddenly, looking up at
him. "No. Dan. I ain't such a weak
minded slob as that. I was foolish to
let that rave outer me. I'm just tired.
"It breaks me all up," he said, with
a sob in his voice. "I know we could
make it a go."
"Not by beginnin' wrong on the
money proposition, boy. Just how do
we stand? Mom's been hintin but
let's get down to cases."
"It started at Sheepshead," he be
gan. "I thought I had a string of good
"An' they turned out skates."
"Yes. I didn't pull off a purse that
was more than chicken feed. I had to
take in a partner, and it doesn't look
like I'll earn more than my keep for
the next six months."
"How's this Crawford goin' to boost
"He's lent me money, an' I've given
him a half interest in the stables an' a
mortgage on the rest as security for
the loan. It was a case of take some
one in or get out myself. But we've
some promisin' youngsters that ought
to bring a good price. Then I'll pay
him up or sell out to him. Anyhow,
I'm goin' to quit this game. Me for a
"Then we'd settle down like a couple
of Reubens us an' the cows," she com
mented at length, without enthusiasm.
"Not cows horses," he explained.
"No more playin' dates at Sheeps
head or New Orleans?"
"No travel at all; just stayin' home."
"Just stayin home! Oh, Dan, do you
s'pose it would last?"
He looked at her in great surprise.
"Why, sure." he said.
"I dunno," she continued doubtfully,
shaking her head. "I've met more than
one doll who has thrown a man down
hard just to get back to the bright
lights. They handed out a lot of junk
about love for their art when it was
nothin' but a hankerln' for the excite
ment Dan, I ain't no better than any
one else. I'm kinder afraid."
Dan smiled at her fondly and pooh
poohed her aDDrehensions.
"You ain't no aoll. and you're a mil
lion times better than other girls," he
said. "I'm not afraid. I know you
"That last part's no Idle dream." she
"An' that's what counts," he said re
assuringly. "Don't you go gettin' all
"It ain't my fault I'ma little up
stage today. I'm upset in me mind."
She rose and paced the room nerv
"Anything gone wrong?" he interro
gated anxiously, rising also.
"Nora's thrown a scare into me."
"Yes. She's got a stage career all
doped out, an' mom an' pop's been let
tin' her dream. An' it's all dead
"What's wrong about it?"
"Every old thing. Say, don't tell me
you've encouraged her too!"
"O'Brien asked my advice, an' I
didn't see anything to stop her."
"Well, you are a lot of yaps," de
clared Patsy emphatically. "Can't you
see she ain't to be trusted outside the
front yard? Not that she ain't good
and sweet but she ain't got any head.
I' don't know where she gets it, but
she's shy on knowin' the difference be
tween right an' wrong."
(To Be Continued.) v
Sheldon: Nelson Morris, Chicago; A.
F. Andrade, Los Angeles. Cal.; F. C.
Herman, Los Angeles, Cal.; A. Ybarra,
Los Angeles, Cal.; A. E. Paschal, T. O.
Ranch, Mexico; Albert R Stevens, Chi
cago; F. D. Bruudage, New York; P. D.
Cobbs and family. Carmen. Sonora;
George H. Smith, New York, D. A. Pres
ton. Abingdon, Va.; Charles L. Beatty,
Washington, D. C; R. T. Lister, Chihua
hua, Mexico; Frank C. Ross, Tacocna,
Wash.; Martha A. Ross. Tacoma, Wash.;
A. J. McQuatters. Dallas, Tex ; Charles
E. Doll, Santa Fe, X. M.; J. TV. PIcard,
Brino, X. M.; Louis Snyman, Berino, N
M.; W. M. King, Anthony, X. M.; F.
Helfenberger, Indianapolis. Ind.; Alex
McDermott and child, Victoria B. C;
H. Spencer, Lincoln, 111.; if. Erlkson,
Chicago, 111.; Robert X. Bell. St. Louis.
Mo.; T. L. Slochton. Silver ,CHy. X. M.;
P. Lawler, Kansas City, Mo.; H. O Schu
man. Indianapolis. Ind.; James X. Moore,
Boston; Mass.; TV. E. Mulholland. San
Francisco, Cal ; A. M. Renard, Moria,
Sonora, Mexico; Burr "W. Freer. San
Francisco. E. J. Foster, Ch'cago; H. C
Flint. Chicago; V,'. R. Kellogg, Chicago.
J. Wayne Van Leer, Johnson. Ariz.;
Gen. B. J. Viljoen and wife. La Mesa, X.
M.;0. J. Allen and wife. Albuquerque,
X. M".; Miss Crutdwigler, St. Louis, Mo.;
W. X. Brumaugh, St. Louis, Mo.; W. R.
Patterson. Kansas City. Mo.; Y. M.
Thomas. St. Paul. Minn., Mrs. J. W.
Harly, Cananea. Mexico: Joseph F. Carr,
Boston. Mass.; F. T. Carr, Boston, Mar-;
George E. Farrish, New York; R. F. Lil
ley, Littleton, Colo.; L. W. Booker, San
Antonio; H. C. Archer, Mexico; S. J.
King, Greensberg, Pa.; F. E. Black,
Houston, Tex., R. H. Katz, Mexico City;
W. R. Moore and wife, Kansas City. Mo.;
C L. Yuigo. Mexico City; Mrs. G. S.
Yuigo and daughter, Mexico City; P.
V. Pardan. Artesian, X. M.
Orndorff- A. J. Des Slake, Silver City,
X. M.; J. W. Meyers and wife, Ashland,
O.; P. D. Robles and family. Cananea,
Sonora; Mary Brookins, Minneapolis
Minn,; W. H. Ellsworth and wife, Mil
waukee; Sam Walsh, Pueblo, Col.; R. J.
Scott, Vancouver. B. C; O. K. Jones,
Sweetwater, Texas: L. S. Allen, A- E.
Sparks. Xewport, Texas; J. H. More
land. W. X. Rohlnson, Parral, Mex.; H.
F. Spooner, P. R. Weeks, Xew York;
J. L. Augustine, Lordsburg, X. M.; Rob
ert Black, Silver City, X. M.; F. X.
Gage, Tombstone, Ariz.; Mrs. L. D.
Ready and children, Xaco, Ariz.; J. Mc
Call, J. Mansberger, Mrs. H. X. Dun
ning, Miss E. Dunning, Chicago, III.;
George Little, Xenia, Ohio, Juan Bahn
Kansas City. Mb.. F. A. Bush, Silver
City, X. M.. C. E. Mitchell and wife,
Mrs. W- E. Warren, G. F. Rousseau,
Alamogordo. X. M.; Mrs. J. H. Wallace,
La Union. X. M.; Ross Cunnlck, Clint
Angelus: J. F. Dedwick, Chicago,
111.; E. L. Williams, Los Angeles, Cal ;
R. J. Stiles, Tucson, Ariz.; T. W. White,
Chicago, 111.; J. Hesley, Hulyuke,
Class.; T. V. Kingler, Litterdorf, Switz
erland; S. L. Benham, Waco, Texas.; C.
A. Dell, Oakland, Cal.; Mrs. Oscar B.
Wood, Chloride, X. M.; C. E. Keshner,
Chicago, 111.: Ed. Jacehiang,, Chicago,
HI.; M. T. Egan, Washington; C. A.
Hunsiker, Xew Mexico; S. B. Lamkin,
Dawson, X. M ; Sra. Adelaida G. de Car
rillo, Mexico; Sr. E. Romero, Mexico;
Ernest L. Raumgsr, Philadelphia, Pa.;
G. F. Warden, Las Palomas; Mrs. S. H.
Warden, Curtler; F. K. Jones and wife,
Chicago, 111.; E. Gabel, Chicago, 111.;
Mrs. Thompson, Chicago, I1L; Felipe
Lucero, Las Cruces, X M.
Grand Central: J. A. Brouland, Mid
land, Tex.; J. H. Ryan. Omaha, Xeb.; C.
Shannon, Los Angeles, Cal.; Anton
Tomaschek, Mexico City; L. Holmes,
Los Angeles, Cal.; Baptiste Boronda,
California; X. E. Kennedy and wife.
Las Cruces, X. M.; Wm. S. Turnbull,
Schenectady, X. Y.; John Stroyan, Las
Cruces, X. M.; L. L. Wiley, Bakersfleld,
Cal.; J. W. Brumer, Clovis, X. M.; S. M.
M. Dougher, Kansas City, X. M.; Miss
Lilian Talbourg, Las Cruces. X. M ; J.
R. Williams. Los Angeles, Cat; M. G.
Huff and wife. La Fayette, La.; Feder
Ico Ramos, Chihuahua; M. C. Dawnev,
Cincinnati. Ohio, George Simpson and
wife, Colorado Springs, Cal.
Zeiger: Charles Smith. L. B. Caruth-
j ers, Sonora; John L. Duffy, Forest ser
vice: W. L. Arnold. Lewistown, Mo.; A.
A. Lelevier, Guaymas. Mex.; H. A. Wil
liams! Kansas City, Mo.; A. S. Ander
son, Menan, Idaho; C. Rothbothem,
Newark, X. J., A. F. S. Cooper, Boston,
Mass.; Welch McGuire, Las Cruces, X.
M.; P. M. Pitner. Chicago, 111.; J. P.
Peters, J. T. Robb, T. Robb, Kansas
City, Mo.; S. B. Tullons, Valentine, Tex
as; J. E. Gardner, 'Sierra Blanco, Texas,
TV. A. Root, Los Angeles, Calif.; W. L.
Arnold, Lewistown, Md.; George R.
Stout. Philadelphia, Penn.; George Da'
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