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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, March 16, 1910.
Mr. J. EL Field, of Ber
lin, Wis., lias lent four
charming studies for
the Feldman .Photo
graphic Exhibition. Mr.
Field's forte is home
studies of child life. Gr.
W. Harris, of Wash
ington, 2S represented
by two portraits made
in the White House; one
Miss Ethel Eoosevelt,
the other Mrs. Nicholas
Exhibition hours 10
to 5 daily,
308 San Antonio St
Argument Over Alleged Bqr
gus Dime Results in
An alleged counterfeit dime caused the
errest of J. F. Elliott, who said he was
a minister of the gospel and publisher
of religious -tracts, and TV- B. Britt, a
San Francisco street storekeeper this
morning:, though both -were dismissed
-when tried before judge T. C. Lea in
Britt stated to ithe court that Elliott
had entered his place of business to
purchase some fruit and had tendered a
10 cent piece which he discovered "was
worthless. Then an argument ensued
as to -whether or not the dime "mas
counterfeit and Britt threw the peaches
into the street.
The latter said It was the only dime
lie had and he did not believe it was
bogus, but policeman Hord took them
both to court to answer before the
A. A! 30BWS0N
iBsbee. Ariz.. March 16 Frank Camp
bell and T. H. Hock, two mineia. em- j
ployed at the Czar shaft of the copper
Queen, were engaged in breaking some
&oft material when one of their picks
struck a hole fthat had missed fire m
some previous occasion. The charge ex
ploded and tne two men were severely
The doctors at the Copper Queen hos
pital, where the injured miners were
removed, are afraid that the accident
will result in the los,s of the eyesight
for one of the men.
Wm. Girard, signalman on the Olym
pia warship at Manila, now a miner at
the Spray shaft, was struck on the
lower jaw by a windlass, cutting his
r.hfn and knockmsr out three teeth,
which he swallowed. Mr. Girard tried
to get out of the way, but was struck
again on the top of his head and ren
dered unconscious. He was brought
out of the mine and will be obliged to
stay indoors for several days.
J. M. Powell, of the gas company, had
his hand seriously burned by catching
it between a piece of sheet iron and a
hot steam pipe.
Herman Hemsath, a miner, fell in
front of the postoffice, fracturing his
right leg. He was taken to the hos
pital for treatment
Taking a plunge from the road, an
automobile was precipitated in an ex
cavation up Tombstone canyon- Mr.
Graf and his mother were in the auto,
but escaped unhurt.
Miss McGavock, who has been ill with
scarlet fever and was unGer quarantine
in the v east wing- of the Y. "W. C. A.
building, has recovered. The quarantine
has been raised.
A 3 year old boy in serious condition
was taken to the hospital of the Calumet
& Arizona, The hoy had pulled a pan
of boiling water from the stove, while
his mother was in another room, badl:
scalding his face, arms and lower
Fifty-one petitions have been filed
from candidates for nominations at the
coming primary elections. The candi
dates represent three different parties:
Republican, Democratic and Socialist.
The cattle importation from Mexico
has broken all records during the last
six months. It Is believed, however,
that in the next spring Jhe rush of live
stock to this side will be resumed on
a larger scale than before, as American
buj'ers have made heavy purchases of
cattle in the state of Sonora during the
last few months.
The Irish Nationalists have announced
that the celebration of St Patrick's day
this year will eclipse any former effort-
The program consists of dances,
songs and of the play of the Irish horn
pipe. Strenuous efforts are being made by
tho BIsbee Women's club to secure the
necessary money to equip a playground
fnr th children of BIsbee. The ground
has been given as a present by Thomas
Higgins, a former resident of BIsbee.
MEW CONSUL IS
JUDGE AND JURY
A. Milton Robinson, for years pro
prietor of Robinson's Market, having j
recently severed connections witn xna-;
concern, has accepted the position as
general foreman zjid assistant manager
of Ardoin's Market.
ys Mrs. Bradley
The Troubles This Lady Had
She Says Entirely Quit
Since Taking Cardui, the
Woman's Tonic. .
Hines, Ala. Advices from this place
from Mrs. Eula Mae Bradley, tell of the
bad times she used to have, before she
took Cardui, the woman's tonic
"I used to spit up all I ate," she
writes, "and would have awful pains in
tne lower abdomen. I was arregular
and had tired, sleepy feelings all the
"I had headacha nearly all the time
and could hardly drag around.
"Since taking Cardui I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
seems to digest all right. I still have
some headache -and pains, but not near
ly so bad as before
"Cardui has done me a great deal of
good already and I expect to keep using
It until I am entirely welL"
Mrs. Bradley seems to have been suf
fering from what ds called nervous indi
gestion. The treatment for this trouble
is not a stomach medicine, but a medi
cine for the nerves Cardui, the tonic
for women, which builds up the nervous
system and strengthens the entire fe
That is why Cardui helped Mrs.
Bradley and why it will help other weak
women who need building up in a na
tural, simple, safe and gentle way.
Your druggist can tell you more or
you will una iuii airecuons on the
Mazatlan Official Has New
Experience West Coast
Mazatlan, Mex., March 16. The new
consul of this port, Wm. JL Alger, was
ushered into office here in a rather
unusual way. From the moment of his
taking possession of this consulate he
has beeri acting in the capacity of coun
sel, judge an,d jury in one of the most
Important trials now being tried on
this continent, from a financial standpoint-Prominent
attorneys from the states
and from Mexico have been for the
last six weeks taking testimony before
the consul as to the sanltj or insanity
of Maria de Eoveaga, for whose mill
ions a contest is now being held in San
Francisco. Judge Henry E. Bradford,
of San Francisco, representing Mrs.
Cebrian, the heir to millions, while M
"Rice, of Arizona, and Lie. Rosendo Rod
riguez of this city are caring for
Miguel de Eoveaga's end of the case
Col. Dan Burns, accompanied by his
wife and maid, passed through here en
route for San Francisco.
News has reached here that a wealthy
syndicate had sent competent men to
this section to look at some of the best
mining properties in this neighborhood,
with a view to embracing several of
these mines into one company.
Mazatlan is now enjoying the fruits
of steamship competition, the competi
tors being the Cosmos line, the Jepsen
line, both German concerns, and the
Pacific MaiL Passengers are being
carried from this port to San Francisco
for $20 gold, first class. Freight rates
aro not being cut.
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And Accessory For Easter,
AVING anticipated the requirements of femininity with
the most precise care, we present for this great event a
o-nnnlv assemblage of Modish Costumes, as well as
J-TI V J . - -r 1 It 1-1
Scarfs, Gloves, Hosiery, iNeckwear and the little re
quisites to proper attire. Quality, style and good
taste always paramount in our selecting or tnese
wearables, and yet no fabulous prices are asked
hrrp The slop-an of this store "Lower Prices"
&' applies to these high grade garments and acces-
g; sory tne same as it uucs lu uic cvciy uty uccu
KHt fnls Come- and view the many new conceits
liSmm we have for youn approval and selection.
?T"?1? Dozens of express shipments re- J&S?. -Jt&
1 t I -Tl -- n- JI f I K- -i3 Trr -rvo IT-O
tr'V'i ceivea lVionuay ana xueucij jxi,xv.
fj repiemsnea slocks or jcjubLex-u-u-c
' .shoppers. Special pricing in our
Garment and Millinery Sections.
Purchase your Easter suit now. Our
alteration room is working double
force, turning out the many suits and
costumes already purchased. The many
new arrivals that are now here are sure
to find scores of owners between now
f and Saturday, so we advise you to make your selections early.
Easter Dresses -"-Easter Specials B
o.--i :',. 8 rx.
Women's Silk Dresses, materials of Ra
jah and Messaline; black and solid
shades; Foulards in dainty and elabor
ate designs; black aJid "white Shepherd
checks and" stripes; made with the new
overskirt effect. Some are handsomely
flounced, trimmed with lace and em
broidery. $19.00 values,
Another lot Silk Dresses, in solid and
changeable colorings and black that are
real $22.50 values. $1fi QQ
Easter Special splJZrO
One lot Women's Silk Dresses, fine Im
ported Pongee and Satin .Foulards a
grand assortment of the latest styles
and colorings; regular $35-00 Dresses.
Easier 97 K(m
Special P 5U
Black and all the new shades; made
with deep flounce and dust ruffle; gen
uine $0.00 values.
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&MMMMMMm13m'2'' MMMMBs j" & $?&MMr
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Fancy Trimmed Easter Hats
New arrivals, taken from their wrappings no
later than yesterday. Otra-fsshionable mod
els that will appeal to the moft discriminating
Prices from $3.98 up to.... 2j)lUUUU
Fine Tailored Hats and Semi
Have also been received in late shipments from
Fiske, and other well known makers and style
producers. Very representative SS f(
showing at S3.98 up to ptD)J
Misses' and Children's Easter
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also "Whole
Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
'Nuff Sed. Trv a sack. At CM grocers.
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Tesas.
Of Fine Sheer Persian Dawn and Organdie and French
lace, ribbon and embroidery trimmed; tunic effect; panel
all sizes. For Easter week we offer
S4.00 Dresses for
$5.00 Dresses $Q
for .' :.
Of White Wool Serge, black and striped effects and solid shades;
made wilh the new style Skirt and Short Coat, man tailored and
self-trimmed; black and all the fashionable shades:
Easter Special ...s?
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WE CAN'T DO THE IMPOS
SIBLE. Ifiit is not advisable to make the
effort we will tell you so. Our spe
cialty is watch repairing. So if you
need your watch repaired, cleaned
or regulated bring it to us. Regu
larity is the keynote of success in
a watch or clock; if i doesn't keep
time, you might as well sell it for
old metal- Every timepiece which
leaves this establishment ib in Al order.
219 San Antonio Street
White and dainty evening shades, in the new overskirt effect;
long and short sleeves, trimmed with lace, ribbon and embroidery.
$12.00 Dresses, (Q F7g?
Easter Special JpC? fl O
IN PURE SILK AND SILKi: LISLE.
WOMEN'S FINE LISLE HOSE In Black, tan and all np
the new spring colors, regular 35c quality- Special at O w
WOMEN'S FINE SILK LISLE HOSE Handsomely silk em
broidered in many different colors, black and all he new A 0
spring shades, well worth Goc Special nt Tta'C
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE Fine imported goods, black and nearly
every conceivable shade. Kegular price $1.50
A Few Specials Culled From
Our Popular Silk Department
"BELMONTE" The new silk for'spring, all the popular color
ings, represented ina dainty stripes and changeable effects, makes
a pretty Easter frock, regularly sold at 50c. OQ-
Special" at ....JC
SILK TUSSAH This new fabric is here in all the new spring
shades, 27 inches wide, rich and lustrous, to see it is to S,f
buy it. On special sale at w J
1 LOT FOULARD SILKS In handsome designs and many color
ings, that are good 75c values, including a grand assortment of
the famous Cheeney Bros.' foulards and printed China VLf
silks. Goes on sale tomorrow at OlC
27 INCH LOBTSENE SILKS In assorted size, black and white,
shepherd checks, fine for waists and dresses, will not QO
split. Regular $1.25 value, for cOC
MIRAGE SILKSt The handsome silk dress fabric, in shades of
peach, amethyst, old rose, pink, Alice, sky blue, tan, nat- Q Q
ural, champagne and lavender. Worth $1.50. Special at.. OC
New and Daintv Wash Goods
HIMALAYA CLOTH This beautiful fabric in shades of reseda,
pink, light blue, robins egg blue, navy, Alice, amethyst, old rose,
marine, peach, black, white and cream. Equals in appearance the
best Raiah silks .nd wears better. Every yard stamped QP
Himalaya, To be had at the Boston Store at wOC
DBRBUR CLOTH and highly mercerized Dress Linens, in all the
new and most fashionable shades, at 35c OQ
ENGLISH POPLINS Plain and mercerized, in black, white and
all the wanted shades. A beautiful spring fabric. Cool 1 A
and durable. Values to 35c Special at 25c and J. tC
Pongee, in plain and polkadot designs, also in borders bf
contrasting colors. Specially priced at $1.75 aud
Black, white and beautiful evening shades,
at $1.00 up to J
Easter Veils and Veilings
For street and auto wear, including all the now styles and ma
terials, in plain and (fancy borders, at lower iprices.
Pretty Hair Ornaments
Purchased especially for Easter wear, a beautiful collection of
fine imported novelties and hair ornaments, beautifully sfcodded.
BACK COMBS Set in brilliants and other set- A 1 f
tings, at 50c and up to
HALR BANDS Set in brilliants, at $3.50 and
BRAID PINS Gray, shell and amber, at 25c and
NEW BAGS AND BELTS FOR EASTER All the latest novel
ties in stock at lower prices.
Xever have the styles been so charmingly- beautiful. Every piece
shown bears a strong resembJauce of the prevailing modes m tiieir
JABOTS AND IRISH LACE COLLARS Embroidered Q
and Dutch. Collars, and others styles. Special &t ....G
LACE AND EMBROIDERED COLLAR AND CUFF Qft
SETS In many ji&w styles, at tOC
JABOTS, BOWS, DUTCH COLLARS AND STOCKS In & sever
ending stream of new novelties. Specially priced OC
If you iwould be correctly gibvedwH- Easter, purchase these "sraats
from the fresh stocks we have arranged.
WOMEN'S 16-BUTTON LENGTH SILK GLOVES Patent ringer
tipped, black, white anjd colors, worth $1.50. qq
Special at JfOC
WOMEN'S FRENCH KLD GLOVES 2-cIasp, black,
white and colors, regular price $1.25. Special
WOMEN'S FRENCH KLD GLOVES Made from selected skins,
2-clasp, black, white and all the new spring shades, also Suede
Gloves that are worth $2.00 a pair- d A Q
Special at P 1 &
Materials of Fine Panama, Mohair, Serge and French
Voile, black and all the new shades; new models;
tailored and trimmed- Bead the following specials :
$i3.iu OKirts ftQ ff
for i ee
t5-00 .sidrts :: :. $10.9
-HOME OFLOW PRICES-
& " MMMm3l6&
18 EOybrijusig St
Of Fine Lingerie Cloth and Rajah Silk, beautifully
made and elaborately trimmed; long and short sleeves.
$3.50 values, O AQ
Faster Soecial V.TfJ?
EL PASO ELKS MAY
&Q TO DETEOIT
Oomroittee Named to Draft
Plans To Instal Offi-
cers April 5.
It looks as thoug-n tne El Paso lodge
of Elks trill be fully represented at the
Detroit grand lodge meeting as it -was
at Buffalo and Philadelphia. The De
troit meeting- comes in Julj-, and last
night O. H. Baum uas appointed chair
man of the committee to tet the feel
ing of the members regarding the trip,
and to draw up pjans for making a
typical Pass City showing at tho Michi
It was the regular meeting of the
lodge last night, and J. H. Lederer of
St. Paul, a member of the Grand lodge,
spoke on things of Interest to Elks. Mr.
Lederer ii4 a guest of W. J. Harris, and
a sojourner in El Paso.
Clyde F. Holmes, Jack Dawson and
Dr. B. F. Stevens were appointed a com
mittee to make arrangements for the
inhalation of officers April 5. A smoker
mrlll be held after the ceremony.
A class of Elks-to-be will be initiated
at the meeting next Tuesday. There are
five namies on the waiting list.
PICADOR ADMONISHED TO
RE3IAIN IX MEXICO
Manuel Borundo, a Juarez .picador.
was arrested Tuesday afternoon onthe i
complaint of Jaime Florl, a cook from
the sister city, who claimed that he j
had robbed him of 31. Hem-ever, as the
robbery is alleged to have occurred on
the Mexico side of the river, he could
not be tried for the offence on this
side and consequently judge Lea dis
missed the defendant, with the advice
that he had better remain In Juarez
and not come to this side.
R. B. Blan Fuel Co.
"Wood, coal, feed, cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
street. Phones: Bell S49; Auto, 1349.
For El Paso and vicinity: Fair tonight
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
For "West Texas: Tonight and Thurs
day, partly cloudx to cloudyiVeather:
Globe Mills Graham Flour, also "Whole
"Wheat Flour. Fresh from the rolls.
Nuf Sqd. Try a sack. At all -grocers.