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Wednesday, March 16, 1910.
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The. House of Kuppenheuatf
HE- satisfaction in
tv earing the new
spring suit depends
largely upon the confi
dence you have in its cor
rectness. The clothes sold
in this store come from
style originators and each
suit is an example of the
perfection of tailoring.
The coat styles this
spring show the semi-f omi
fitting hack with full skirt
with one or two vents. The
two button sack with long
roll collar and the three
button sack with medium
long collar are perhaps the strongest, favorites
and are shown in a wonderfully good variety of
plain and novelty serges, tweeds, cheviots, un
finished and hard finished worsteds. Li the two
piece suits the coat is unlined; in the three-piece
styles it is, lined throughout. The trousers are
in both the regular and " semi-peg" style.
Grey is the predominating color and is
shown in the full, range of light, medium and
We especially invite men who are
hard to fit to come here. The very tall,
slim man and the short stout man -who '
has trouble in getting the right shaped
clothes can be fitted here.
Hawes Von Gal $3.00 Hats
We are exclusive El Paso agents for this
celebrated popular priced hat the best for the
price. New spring shapes in both soft and stiff
styles are now here.
Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats
Manager Harbuek Has the
Boys Out at the Park
Thing are up and doing at Wash
ington Park, where the baseball team
I is having: daily workouts. Harbuek has
a squad of the recruits out at practice
I each afternoon and he is developing a
j collection of fast material out of the
bunch who have showed for practice.
The new men are getting used to the
altitude and the holdovers from last
year are training down to weight.
Gowan, Edmunds, Wylie and Kiefer are
among the local applicants for positions
on the team and they are each showing
up strong for their positions.
Graham, Galloway and Mason have
reported to Shreveport for the spring
training and will be given a chance to
make good in their respective positions
as fielder, pitcher and infielder. Gallo
way will probably be given a tryout on
the first sack as he starred in this
position last year when placed there in
an emergency and his work was noticed
by scout Harbuek, who was 'here at the
Arrangements for the smoker are be
ing made by the various committees
and the program will be ready within
a few days. A number of athletic fea
tures have been arranged for and the
Sox will be given a sample of gport as
it is known in the southwest. Tickets
have been placed on sale in the differ
ent cigar stores down town and tr
fans are buying them like prize fight
extras. The smoker is to be held March
30, the date on the calendar which
should be circled with red and placed
in tho list of holidays for March.
TO AUTO ACROSS
El Pasoans Start on- Trip fri
Machine Lo San Antonio,
Celebrating St. Patrick's day by
starting on a summer vacation on
wheels, three men in an auto will leave
El Paso at sunrise on "St. Patrick's day
In the morning" for San Antonio and
the north and east. The party will be
made up of R. -Michaelis an,d Sidney
Friend of El Paso, and Robert Mc
Kally, of Pittsburg. The car which will
be used for the trip will be a Buick 16,
which has been equipped for cross coun
try touring and which will be the home
of the party for the remainder of the
summer if they carry out their plans.
Mike Lawless, a well known El Paso
chauffeur, will drive the car and tl
run will be made to San Antonio in two
-weeks, stops having been planned at all
of the Interesting places in west Texas
After spending two weeks in Sai An
tonio, the amateur tourists will start
north for Colorado and expect to spend
the summer motoring through the' west
and north. "
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By a margin of 198 pins, team "No. 7
defeated No. 10 tean on the Y. M. C. --v.
allej's last night. Fuentes made high
game at 1S8, and Barela high total with
a 538 score. Here is the cara:
Team No. 7. 1 5 3 Tl.
"Fuentes -...188 159 136 483
Rarfila. 196 176 166 538!
J. C. Zozaya ... 167 161 177 505
Team No. 10.
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NEW YORKER SCORES
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Denver, Colo., March 1C. The second
block in the 150 points match was won
test night by Tom Hueston, of New
York City, who took a lead with a
total at 100 to 88. Fred Enmes of Den
ver showed an utter lack of form, mak
ing only 38 points against Huestonls 53.
The play is for world's championship
three-cushion billiard honors.
BUYS HALLIMAN; LOSES TAYLOR.
New York, N Y., March 16. Third
baseman Halliman of the Oakland club
has been purchased by the New York
Americans. President Farrell bought
on advice of Hal Chase, it is taid.
Signs With Buffalo.
"Dummy" Luther Taylor, ever popu
lar deaf and dumb pitcher, has signed
with -Buffalo. The man who for ten
years was idol of New York City fans
now is going to try his pleasing art
with a smaller burg.
Taylor used to make great plays in
team work iwith Rube Kissinger. He is
credited with once having the best drop
ball ever tossed over any plate.
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1 '2 3
142 146 129
167 155 155
162 152 120
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By the -clo'se margin of seven pins-r-luck
seven team No. 5 laid it over No.
S rollers. Kline scored high gaanc at
212. Bateman a nigh total of 523; both
made strikeouts. It was' a fast game.
Team No. S. 1
E.'A. Fruit ........ 192
A. A. Kline '.... 132
C. T. Race -- ".."176
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John L. Dyer received the following Telegram this afternoon from congress
man W. R. Smith:
"After conference with secretary of state, I can assure you he has no pres
ent intentions of ceding Island to Mexico."
Congressman Smith, mayor Sweeney, J. A. Happer and Gen. Anson Mills
had a conference this morning with the secretary of state and! the secretary
told them, according to a dispatch to The Herald, that he hoped" to settle the
Chamizal matter within a very short "time.
Mayor Sweeney and Mr. Happer expect to start home tonight.
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Threat Is Made to Block
Legislation if Bill Is Not
Passed Bill to Prohibit
Saloon Men Voting.
Washington. D. C, March 16. "State
hood is assured" senator Bailey said
today. "I think senator Elkins -would
rather lay aside the court of commerce
bill in order to complete a work (state
hood) that he begran 40 years ago."
Senator Hale said: "That is the very
thing I am afraid of. There are plenty
of projects that would be brought for
ward." Bailey: "I object to that word. The
bill is -not a project; a 'project means"
Hale: "I will substitute the word
'scheme,' if that suits the senator."
Bailey:- "That is really worse."
Hale: "I supposed it Tvas when I sub
I Notification has been given that there
j will be no vote on the court or com
i merce or other important bills until a
, vo"- is taken on statehood.
The president has signed the bill
for tiie supreme court to assign dis
trict judges of New Mexico to districts.
The bill to pay district judges C a
Eastertide Sale of
PPORTUNE are these special items, for they em
brace many garments quite suitable for Easter
wear. From a fashion viewpoint they are une
xcelled from a value viewpoint they are unduplicatable
Tailored Suits $19.85 :
Too much cannot be said of 'the splendid suits offered at this price. The
much-used Russian effects are quite in evidence as well as the plain
tailored styles. More than one hundred suits are included at this price,
many of them in the regular $29.50 ' & -j Q Q j
quality at A &J
Tailored Suits $29.85 .
Unusual smartness of style characterizes the suits shown at this price. -,-'
The coats are strictly mantailored, built so as to retain their shape per- ,t
f ectly. Many novel effects are shown something different in the cut r j -or
the trimming from the ordinary styles. Values up r Q O t ,
to $42.50, are priced at '. . : AZ?.00
Silk Dresses $18.65
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used in tne making or tms remarKaoiy nanasome lot or silk aresses.
Made in very tastv stvles, wdth trimmings that make them most effective.
Dresses in this lot are quite appropriate for Easter wear. Regular $27.50
values are included in this . & i Q L
lot at ' f , ?10.00
Easter Costumes $29.85
Costumes of Rajah, Foulard, Ohiff on, -Crepe de Chine, Cloth of Gold,
Shantung and net in strikingly handsome models. Many exclusive gar
ments are off ered in this grand lot that we are underprieing for the re-
marmng days ot the week. TJie values are up to r q o tL
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$42.50, specially priced
Special lot of Linen, Irand-embroidered: in plain tailor
made and fancy styles; and Silk and Net Waists in'
landscme styles and colors. Values up to $f.50 are
specially priced Thursday and GtA. 5
Lingerie and Plain Tailored Style Waists, of Linen,
Lawn and Fine Batiste; very handsome in model and
design. The very newest of the season's $3.50 styles
are specially priced Thursday and d ay DP
Friday " tPtOO
Xerwr Model. Tailor-made and Fancy Skirts, of Voile,
Diagonal, Serge and Mannish Worsteds, in all the de
sirable colors and -in all sizes. Values up dQ fiE
to $13.50. On Thursday and Friday P 00
Street and Dress STdrts made of extra quality Panama,
Serge, Diagonal and Novelty Worsteds, in a variety of
perfect-fitting styles and all the new colors. Our Spe
'cial $10.00 values a?e offered Thurs- OP
and Friday at tpO.OO
ZIRA SILKS Semi-rough, satin fin
ish Silks, in all the new Spring
shades; 24 inches wide and QJ?
iworth $1.25 wOC
DOMESTIC PONGEE Natural col
or; 27 inches wide; fine finish, and
washable. Our special $1.00 A O
quality at, a yard jCO C
TUSSHYA SILK j One of the popular
half -silk fabrics, in all colors, with,
small woven figure; 27 inches wide
and -worth. 75c. AJ5L
A yard rrOC
FOULARDS 24-ineh. Plain and Satin
Finish Foulards, in a variety of good
designs; worfch S5c a yard. A Q
Yard Wide '
Full yard-wide, all-silk heavy weight
.Taffeta, in black only, and. worth
$1.50. A very special item in the
Easter Silk Sale for Thursday and
Friday. We limit each customer to
10 yards at the special price,
98c a yard
SASH PINS Very prettily designed,
in the gold and oxidized unsh and
jeweled effect; worth regu- - Q
larly 35c- Each. lOC
NECKWEAR Fifty dozen Lawn Ja
bots, neatly trimmed with, lace and
embroideries; very tasty; o
35c styles. Specially priced. . IOC
EMBROIDERY Swdss and Nainsook
Edging and Insertion, in both, odd
pieces and matched sets. Values up
to 35c. - A
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AUTO VEILS Full Length Automo
bile Veils of all-silk Chiffon in all tie
new shades, black and
white; $2.75 values for
SILK HOSE -Onyx"
Unco -tr-itiTi lra!o Tito
Hose, with. 4is3e thread sole,
darge;variety of plain colors.
Basement Specials In
RENFREW ZEPHYR MADRAS
Neat designs, 32 inches 'IE
wide. A yard JLOC
HOMESPUN LINEN SUITINGS An
exact imitation of tihe rough 1 ff
weave linens. A yard JLOO
IMPERIAL CHAMBRAY 30 inches
wide, in solid colors and " J
fancies- A yard IOC
GALATEA CLOTH An umisually
large assortment of pat- 1 j r
terns. A yard A C
SUMMER SYLK A mercerized fab
ric very similar to Soisette. 1 g
A yard :..., IOC
CLARIBEL BATISTE SO ins. wide,
in a world of floral and conventional
designs. A 12 l-2c value. - r
Special, a yard AlC
(Display in Mesa Avenue Window.)
)1.00 Values 79c
Thursday and Friday we offer
a special lot of New Spring
Model Corsets, an tihe low and
medium ibust, medium and ex
tra long skirt, with hose sup
porters attached. A regular
$1.00 value, '7f
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Our new line of-Hair Goods for
Spring is very complete, both,
in variety of style and of color.
Many pieces made of genuine
human hair have been received
in the post week. "We can
match all colors, in Switches,
Braids, Turbans, ''Janes," etc-
Use Herald Want Ads.
fm ay suuu .Lcciouiis j.ur navuip; a ciiecE:-
fi mg account One is that it prevents loss of
rnoney ay tneit, carelessness or accident.
TJiis is valuable and shows the import
ance of paying by check.
Your account subject to cheek is cordial
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00
day when holding court elsewhere
than, at their residence, passed the sen
ate. . "
Gallinger submitted amendments to
the New Mexico-Arizona statehood bills
-voviding" no manufacturer or seller of.
ii Vjxicating liquor be permitted to vote
at Ce time of adoption of the consti
tutionTs or no.
Delegate-Cameron presented mem
orials from the Sons and Daughters of
the American Revolution against the
abolition of the division of information
of commerce and labor.
STRIKE CAUSES M'ASS
TO BE POSTPONED.
Philadelphia. Pa., llawh 16.
Archbishop Ryan today arf&punc
ed that the St. Patrick's Aday
tJio cathedral tomorrow- hr-ncA
of the strike conditions, but k
win " na. Apui o msieaa.
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EMPLOYERS TO ATTEMPT
TO FORCE COIjIjECTIOXS.
To improve credit conditions In El
Paso, the Business Mens Protective as
sociation is planning to call a. meeting
of the merchants of the city and se
cure their cooperation. The merchants
will be asked to see that their employes
pay their bills promptly and that they
be made to realize the importance of
meeting their credit obligations.
CHICAGO WHITE SOX TVI.V
FROM THE FRESNO TEAM
Fresno, Cal., March 16. Fine form of
pitcher Olmstead of White Sox No. 2
won the game with the Fresno Tigers of
the state league club here yesterday.
It was lucky 7 to 0 with 11 hits for the
Chi boys against 5 of the coasters. Here
Score: R H E
Chicago 7 11 o
Fresno : 0 5 1
Olmstead and Block; Dye, Buckles
New York, N. Y., March 16 John Tait,
iddle distanoe runner from Toronto.
raTS, away from George Bonhag, repre
senting the irisn-Amerlcan Athletic
club. The men ran a special mile and
one-hate at the annual games of the
New YorS. Athlete club last night. Tait
won by 30 "f r more yards In the record
time of 6:52. The former A.merican in
"door amateur record for the distance
was 6-57, belnt? lield D' Bonbag.
CHICAGO FIVE-MAX TEAM
TVIXS BOWLING HONORS
Detroit, Mich., March 16. To the Cos
mos of Chicago gofirst honors in the
fivo men tourney and S00 prize money
at tho American bowling congress. The
event was finished last night after 400
teams had rolled. The Chi boys' 23S0
still held first place.
The Saramitas of Wheeling. W. Va.,
finished second with 2S72 and received
$675. The O'Leary's No. 2 of Chicago
rolled next with 2S33 and carried away
$575. A total of eighty prizes were dis
tributed in this event and the eightieth
team drew $26 for Its effort.
The Cosmos 2S80 was S2r pins behind
the record for the tournament, estab
lished by the Lipmans of Chicago, at
Pittsburg last winter. The Cadillacs o
Detroit rolled 2S07 tonight, which gave
them sixth place.
GEHRING THROWS JORDAN.
Cleveland, O., March 16. With two
straight fflils, Henry Gehring of Cleve
land won the middle (weight chamolon--ship
wrestle for world's honors against
Christ Jordan of Boston. The first 1 att
came in one hotr- ?nd 43 minutes; the
second after a five minute go. Ham
merlock held in both falls.
WESTON FEELS GOOD
AFTER YESTERDAY'S ILLNESS
Great Bend, Kas., March 15. Edward
Payson Weston left here at 4 oclock for
Hutchinson, expecting to cover 52 miles
by night. He was in excelent condi
tion this morning and shows no effects
of yesterday's illness, which followed
his record breaking tramp of the day
of -good health should prevent sickness
instead of letting themselves get sick
and then try to cure it. So long as
you keep your liver, bowels and stom
ach in a healthy and active condition,
you won't get sick. Ballard's Herbine
relieves constipation, Inactive liver an$
all stomach and bowel trlubles.
Sold by all druggists.
A. M. ROBINSON
A. Milton Robinson, for years pro
prietor of -Robinson's Market, having
recently severed connections with that
concern, has accepted the position as
general foreman and assistant manager
of Ardoin's Market.