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I tie fashion onow
By Far the Most Complete Range of
Correct Styles to be Seen Loc&lly
NLY three more days remain of this inter
esting event our spring Fashion Show. By
extending it throughout the week instead of
limiting to a single evening, we give El Paso peo
ple an opportunity to come and examine at their
leisure the handsomest styles in spring wearing ap-
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J parel it is possible to assemote: ivo time nor ex
nense was snared in preparing this display, hut
our efforts will be fully repaid when you come f
and express your admiration. While garments f
of the expensive class are a big item in this
week's Fashion Show, medium priced gar
ments, duplicates of the high priced models,
are shown as well.
In extending you this invitation to visit the Fash
ion Show, we want to impress on yon that there
is no obligation whatever to make' a purchase, j
Our whole store and store force is at your service m "1
this week to show you everything that is new,
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worth seeing, so cmi? and stay just as long as 1$$?
you want-to. or ui.tn you nave sarasnea yourseix
that our Fashion' Show is what we intend it to be
a complete review of this spring's fashions.
Souvenirs will be given again tomorrow, and as long as they last.
In case you failecPto get yours- on a former visit, come again and
ask for it.
El Paso's Only Exclusive Ready -to-Wear Store'
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The El Paso Bank and Trust
Company to Open Its
Doors April 1.
El Paso is rapidly aeveioping- into the
banking as well as the business center
of the southwest. On April 1 a new
bank will take its place in the El Paso
banking circles. On that date the El
Paso Bank and Trust company, the
eighth bank for this city, will open for
business, with R. M. Turner as presi
dent, A. F. Kerr, cashier, and Lee H.
Crews, assistant cashier. The new bank
wrlll have quarters in the Turner &
Davis building-, on San Antonio street,
which is now being- fitted up for the
new institution.
Directors Xamed.
At a meeting of the stockholders,
which was held., here Tuesday, the fol
lowing directorate was selected: R. Itf.
Turner, Hillsboro, X. M.; Frank P.
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Jones, Silver City, N. M.; Robert Martin,
Eagle, X. if.; A F. Kerr, Silver City,
N. M., and Lee H. Crews Hillsboro, X.
M. The complete roster of officers for
the bank is: R. M. Turner, president;
Frank P. Jones, vice president; J. B.
Herndon, vice president; A. F. Kerr,
cashier; Lee H. Crews, assistant cashier.
All of the men who are connected with
the El Paso Bank and Trust company
are prominent in banking affairs of
Xew Mexico.
R- M. Turner, the president of the
bank, was vice president and cashier
of the Sierra County bank at Hillsboro.
X. 21., until it was sold last November
Previous to that time he was connected
with the American Xatlonal bank, of
Silver City. He gave up the practice
of law in Silver City to organize the
American National in 1906, and was
vice president fcf that bank until 1907,
when he became associated with Sier
ra County bank as vice president and
cashier. Mr. Turner is a native of Ore
gon, but has been a resident of Xew
Mexico for the past 14 years, and Is well
known throughout the territory.
Kerr Is a Texan.
A. F. Kerr is a native Texan his home
having been in San Antonio until he
removed to iXew Mexico to become ac
tively engaged in the management of
the American Xationalof Silver City.
For eight years he was connected with
the Frost National bank of San An
tonio, and was also with the City Na
tional bank, of San Antonio, as assist
ant cashier, for three years. He was
the organizer of the Jacksonville, Tex.,
First Xational bank of Jacksonville,
Tex. Mr. Kerr was cashier of this bank
for the three years prior to his con
nection with the American Xational at
Silver City, which he assisted in organ
izing and of which he was the first
Lee H. Crews, the assistant cashier, is
a graduate of the TVest Texas Milltar5
school at San Antonio, Is a native of
Hillsboro, X. M., and has been with the
Sierra County bank continuously for
the past eight years.
Other Bankers In Directorate.
The directorate of the El Paso Bank
and Trust company includes a number
of the leading business men and bank
ers of Xew 'Mexico. Frank P. Jones,
vice president and a director, is the
president of the Jones-Dowes company,
wholesale grocers, of Silver City, which
has an extensive wholesale business in
the southwest- J. B. Herndon, vice
president of the bank, is president of
the State Xational bank of Albuquerque.
Robert Martin, another director of the
bank, is a member of the firm of Mar
tin Bros., of Engle, X. M., which has a
string of general merchandise stores
throughout the southern part of the
Capital Ik $100,000.
The bank's capital stock Is $100,000,
all of which has been subscribed for
and paid up. Among the stockholders
rirea number of Xew Mexico capitalists,
also prominent San Antonio men, in ad
dition to several El Pasoans, who are
financially interested in the new bank
ing house.
Officers Secure Residences.
Mr. Turner, president of the bank,
has already taken up his residence here,
having rented a house at 1211 Xorth
El Paso street. He was prominent in
Masonic circles in Silver City, being a
Knight Templar and past master of
the Masonic blue lodge at that place.
He has a gold past master's badge
which was presented to him by the Sil
ver City lodge upon his retirement from
office. He was also exalted ruler of
the Silver City Elks and was one of
tho entertainment committee which en
tertained the El Paso trade excursion
nvhen It visited that city.
A. F. Kerr, the new cashier, will move
to El Paso before April 1, and will rent
a house on the north side for his fam
ily. Lee H. Crews, the assistant cashier,
who Is unmarried, has already become
an El Pasoan, having arrived here sev
eral days ago to assist in the prepara
tion of the bank for the formal opening
on April I.
Three building permits were Issued
Tuesday, the most Important being to
L. Richstatter to erect a brick and stone
residence on South St. Train street, to
cost; $1500.
Xumerous real estate transfers were
recorded in the office of the county
clerk, the consideration being small In
most instances, though S. R. Emery
and wife sold to Mrs. Anna Black and
Mrs. Ida B. Tobin one and onehalf lots
on California street, between Ange and
Octavia streets, for $3800.
Deeds Filed.
Chester street, between Houston and
Crockett streets. Government Hill
Adaline A. McFarland to John Page
Kemp, lots 13 and 14, block 38, Govern
ment Hill addition; consideration $260.
March 15, 1910.
.Hammett boulevard, between "Walnut
and T". P. streets, Woodlawn Panfilo !
Sigala to Anacleto Rios, lot 10, block
21, Latta's "Woodlaiwn addition; consid
eration $250. March 15, 1910.
Frankfort street, between Courchesne
and Martinez streets, Altura Park Ed
ward L. Peyton and wife to H. C. Myles,
lots 23 and 24, block 41, Altura Park
addition; consideration $10. March 14,
Van Horn, Texas Luz Mendosa to
Sideaco Martinez, south half of lot 5,
block 17, Van Horn, Texas; considera
tion $12.50. Jan. S, 1909.
Xortheast corner Gold strppt nnr. rn-
Irotn nvpnilfl TTIorHlonl -Do,-!- T- TT '
Buchanan to Mrs. "W. J. Bule, lots 14,
15 and 16,' block 63, Highland Park ad
dition; consideration $750. March 4,
Tobin. Tox.lS TJ'runV "R Tnhin trt -E7i,
stagino Marin, lot 29, block 161, Tobin, J
Texas; consideration $20. June 12, 1909. j
Corner Piedras and Poplar streets, -
Bassett addition Claude Toners and '
wife to Rader and Alexander Automo
bile company, all that part of fraction
al block 36 lying south of the alley
running through said block, in Bassett
addition; consideration $2450. Feb 12
California street, between Ange and
Octavia streets, Pierce-Finley addition
S. R. Emery and wife to Mrs. Anna
Black and Ida Tobin, lot0 21 and east
half of lot 2Qr block 292, Pierce-Finley
addition; consideration $3800.
14, 1910.
Alamogordo street, between Luna and
Grama streets. East El Paso Mrs. Ida
B. Tobin to Anne R. Emery, lots 9, 10,
block S6, East El Paso addition; con
sideration $500. March 14, 191Q,.
BuSldlnjr Permits.
To O. H. Scott, to build a two -room
adobe residence. 1Sx30x10 feet, on lots
31 and 32, block 25, Highland Park ad
dition; estimated cost $150.
To L. Richstatter, to build a brick and
stone residence on lot 7. block 56. Ma
goffin addition; estimated cost $1500.
To Juan Arvizu. to build an adobe
residence, 12x20x12 feet, on lot 26. block
J 41, East El Paso addition; estimated
cost $60.
I-iicensed in "Wed.
E. R. Cooper and Lucy S. Fisher.
F. F. Fannell and Josie Dietrich.
Automobile License.
430. Lee Glasscock. Alamogordo, X.
M., Overland touring car.
To Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Larrabee, 1-117
Hutton street, boy, American. March
11, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. I. Z. Avina, 518
The Freshest and Best
Delicatessen Goods
in the City.
Home Cooked Premium Ham
Fresh Eoast Pork Ham .
Eeef and Veal Eoast ' m.
Chicken and Potato Salad
Yeal Loaf and Jelly Tongue
Smoked Salmon
Smoked White Pish'
Boneless Codfish
Extra Pine Salt Mackerel
Pickled Corn Beef Brisket
Knackwurst Sausage
Lwerwurst Sausage
Cream Cheese
jSTeufehatel Cheese
- Smoked Tongues
Sliced Chip Beef
Ripe and Green Olives in Bulk
Fresh Texas Eggs Per Dozen . . . 25c
18 Pounds Granulated Sugar for . $L 00
Send Us Your Mail Orders.
Street to Union Station to
Be Another " Great
White Way."
"West -San Antonio street, -which is
to be opened from El Paso street to
the union station, will bp one of the
great white ways which are to make
El Paso known as the best lighted city
in the state. If the present plans of
the men who are active in the promo
tion of this street are carried out, "West
San Antonio street will be paved from
El Paso to Davis street and connected
with the union station 'plaza with a
paved approach.
Goose neck lights are to be installed
along both sides of the street, the prop
erty owners say, and the street will be
lined with business blocks as s6on as
it Is opened and improved.
Dirt is being hauled from the Schutz
site on San Francisco street and is be
ing dumped into the low places in the
street, and the houses which are an the
line of the street are being torn down.
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South Stanton street, boy, Mexican.
March 13, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Martin Alvarado, 437
Stevens avenue, boy, Mexican- March
7, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Belmont, 411
March I March 1, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Beverly P. Franklin,
611 Xorth St. Train street, boy, Ameri
can. March 13. 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Orin V. Burr, East El
Paso, girl, American. March 11, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Mike Assad, 702
South El Paso street, boy, Syrian.
March 9, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Isais Avena, 518
South Stanton street, boy. Mexican.
March 13, 1910.
Globe Mills Graham Flour also "Whole
"Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
'Xuff Sed. Try a sack.. At all grocers
' A Xelghbor of Your
as well as yourself Is liable: afc any
time to have rheumatism. "We're all
liable to have cuts or burns, bruises
or scalds. crick in the back, neck or
slde some kind of an ache or pain
Then heed this advice and tell your
neighbors Ballard's Snow Liniment re
lieves all aches and pains, and heals all
by all druggists.
Attractive Princess Gown
Specials at the Big Piaso
IIbhsc This Weeic
this shoui interest you.
Actually the best piano values
being offered in hJgh grade
Pianos m 31 Paso today can Be iouna e
at our new store, 118 Stanton St., cor. f
We call snecial attention to the
handsome cabinet grand upright j
Kingsbury piano now on exhibition J
in our show window. Pianos of tne jj j
same quality sell everywhere when I j
new at 4UU. This piano lias naa
three months's use. Is absolutely as
g od as new. Goes now at $275.
Terms to suit the buyer.
Two more equally as good bar
gains in firstclass high grade pianos
on our floor.
"We are the manufacturers agents
for the following renowned pianos'
Sohmer & Co., Ivers & Pond, Behr
Bros., Krell, H. P. Xelson, Pease,
Adam Sehaaf, Royal and Singer.
"Where did you ever see as many dif
ferent makes of high grade pianos
represented by one firm.
Our prices are the same as Chi
cago and Xew York, and we save
you the freight- Ask for our easy
payment plan.
118 X. Stanton. Cor. Texas, El Paso,
In preparing for the approaching Spring
ding Season, we have replenished our
DEPARTMENT witty all the newest, ehie,
itc creations adapted to BBXDAL
Three-piece Coffee Sets, in all the various
ishes and designs. These are at present
vogue and deserve your inspection. In
of Sterling Silver we have many exclusive
terns and always at prices beyond competition
for moderation.
Contemplating buyers are requested to
eoncededly choicest silver assortment in
"The Gift House of the Southwest"
visit the
the city i
Julius Krakauer, J. W. Had
lock and Others Plan to
i Build Homes.
In springtime the El Pasoan's fancy
j turns to thoughts of Cloudcroft. The
j recent attack of spring weather and its
accompanying attack of spring fever
has anade some of the confirmed Cloud
crofters begin to plan for the sum
mer season in the .mountains.
Frank B. Simmons self .appointed cen
sus enumerator for the mountain town,
is planning to extend his cottage where
he and his family spend each summer.
Julius Krakauer has rented a cottage
at Cloudcroft and his friends say he is
planning to build a bungalow.
T. W. Hadlock. who owns lots in the
mountain resort, is planning rto build a
cottage for his family this summer.
In addition to these cottages a 'num
ber of east Texans are arranging to rent
and build cottages in the clouds.
The American Xational bank will va
cate its present quarters in the Bron
son block on March 26 to allow the
part of the building which is owned by
the bank to be torn down to make roora
for the new American Xational bank.
As temporary quarters, the American
Xational will fuse the room which was
vacated in the Buckler building by the
Rio Grande Vallev bank.
The plate glass is being set In the
front of the Turner building on San
Antonio street, which is to be occupied
by the Bazaar. The delay in the arrival
of the plate glass for this remodeled
front has prevented the vacation of the
Caples storeroom on San Antonio street
and Mesa avenue, which is to be torn
away and a three story structure erect
ed in its place.
11 mW&iW&Bm?' BBSSKBmf I
TER, Department of Texas, San An
tonio, Texas, March 12, 1910. Sealed
proposals in triplicate for furnish
ing Fuel, Mineral Oil, Smithing Coal,
Charcoal, and for Three Month's
Supply of Forage and Bedding Hay or
Strav, required during fiscal year end
ing June 30, 1911, at Forts Bliss, Clark,
Mcintosh, and Sam Houston, Texas
Fort L.ogan H. Roots, Ark., and Fort
Sill, Oklahoma, will be received until 11
oclock a. m., April 12, 190, and then
opened. Proposals will be received at
the same time by Quartermasters at
each vj?ost named for furnishing said
supplies required for that post fonly.
Deliveries to commence July 1, 1910.
U. S. reserves the right to reject or ac
cept any or all bids or any part thereof.
Information and blank proposals fur
nished on application here or to Quar
termasters at various posts. Envelopes
containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for (in
dicating class of supplies, etx, bid
upon) at ' ," and ad
dressed to respective Post Quartermas
ters, or to Col". Jno. L. Clem, C. Q. M.
For $2.50 or $3.00 some people allow
a novice to experiment with tuning and
repairing on their piano, sometimes re
sulting in serious detriment to same.
In matters of this kind, it would ap
pear to be more prudent to employ a
man like "W. D. Robinson, even though
the expense is a little more.
Bell Pkone 2426.
2020 Oklahoma Street.
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Boldly blocked zephyr In shades of green, barred with fine lines of black
is used to develop this princess frock. The front consists of a plain, narrow'
panel, outlined by a bias band extending from the shoulders to the hem of the
dress. The back is laid in plaits stitched flat to below the hips, and tho
plain side forms join in a deep, shaped flounce headed with a band of white
muslin embroidery matching the trimming of the lingerie guimpe and the
straight wide sleeves. The large bl.irk straw hat Is black maline draped, and
the sunshade is of- green and white printed cretonne.
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Post Ca.rds
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