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gfiaanents at a much higher price. We tvant to acquaint
you with the splendid stock of underrnuslins we are
I now showing, go, we make this remarkable offer. Gar
ments 'worth, up to $1.35; on sale tomorrow tomorrow
only at ..............- - -
An occasion of unusual interest is the demonstration next week of the
new front-laced "Modart" Corsets. Miss X. A. Hammond, representing
tihe makers, "will have this demonstration in charge- For further de
tails, see announcement on Society Page in tomorrow afternoon's Herald.
Great Texas Healty Com
pany to Build on "West
Five more building- permits were Is
sued Thursdaj', the most important of
which was taken out by the Great Texas
Realty company, which will immediately
commence the construction, of a two
story brick apartment house on "West
Missouri street, between North Santa
A Genuine Pile Cure -vs. Injurious Dope
E-RU-SA is the only non-narcotic, non-poisonous and therefore lawful pile
cure. All scientific and medical authorities declare EVERT ingredient in
E-RTJ-SA pile remedy suitable for piles; same authorities condemn the IN
JURIOUS DOPE, narcotic and other poisonous pile medicines and Supreme
Courts uphold all of these authorities.
E-RU-SA CURES PILES OR $50 PAID
-DECIDEDLX -FIRST CLASS DRUGGISTS" SELL E-RU-SA IX EL PASO, Viz:
Potter Drug- Co.
Knoblauch Drug Co.
J. A. RobcrtsoH.
A. E. Ryan & Co.
Scott AVhlte & Co.
AH Our MEATS Are
From Fed Cattle
An$ Tvften we say from fed cattle we mean from the
choicest of steers that have been on feed for several
eeks. It's not every market in the citji that can
sell, beef from fed cattle because they cannot secure
it. Try our meafe and see the difference.
Mutton Stew, 3 lbs ' 25c
Pork Sausage, per lb 10c
Good Lard, 5 lbs.
Gbuck'Roast or Steak, 3
Corned Beef, per lb
Bell 144 Auto 1014.
"We have just received the most complete
line of Underrnuslins ever brought to El
Paso. Prominent in the assortment are
the -beautiful hand finished, hand embroid
ered garments. We pride ourselves on the
that you find in our Undermuslin Sec- Jj
highest grade garments at exceedingly jj
low prices: To introduce "the summer sea
son in underrnuslins, we offer for Satur-
day only one
TVe place on sale tomorrow morning, and
for tomorrow only, a most unusual assort
ment of underrnuslins. It embraces Corset
Covers, Chemise, Drawers, Gowns, Skirts
and Combination Suits. Tiiej- are made of
nice quality cambric and nainsook. The
trimmings are unusually high grade and
would do credit to
Fe and Buchanan streets, at a cost of
There was also considerable activity
noted in real estate transfers. 10 deeds
being- recorded in the office of the
Madera street, between Grama and
Copia street, East El .Paso East El
Paso Town company td J. J. Xeesom.
Jots 9, 10 and 11, block: 5S, East El Paso
addition; consideration $575. March 21,
L.a Ldz strett, between Cop:a street and
Stevens avenue. East El Paso East El
Paso Town company to James I. Marr,
lots 5 and 6. block 113, East EI Paso,
addition; consideration $350. March 30,
Doug-las street, berweew Jtfta street
and. Stevens avenue, East El Paso
East . El Paso Town company to X R.
Bond, lots 14 and 15, block 127, East
El Paso addition; consideration $225.
J. A. Weaber & Co.
J. F. Robertson & Co.
a. H Hart, the Live Druggist.
BELL PHONE ISiO
U7Q PHONE 2224
lbs. .- 256 -
f v -10
107 El Paso St.
is the world's fSod
Eaten in every
country; eaten by
young and old.
Recognized as the
great strength build'er.
Delicious and economical.
Packed in regular packages: also in hermeti
cally sealed tins for hot climates. 52
March 2S, 1910. (
Cypress street, between Rayner and
San Marcial streets. Garden addition
R. C. Hatton and wife to TV. L. Paschall,
lots 27 and 2S, block 102. Moeller's Gar
den subdivision; consideration $1200.
October 30, 1909.
Hague and Curri streets, Alexander
addition M. M. Kerby to J. B. Kilpat
rick, block S4, Alexander addition; con
sideration $600. February 10, 1910.
Cnrrl. Leon, High and Durango streets,
Alexander addition M. M. Kerbey to
J. M. Proctor, block S2. Alexander addi
tion; consideration $600 Februarv 10,
Durango street, near "West Overland
street, Campbell addition Nellie L- Tsft
et als. to George Locjk, seven-eights in
terest in lots 1 and 2. block 170, Camp
bell addition); consideration $4550. March
Northwest corner Laurel street and
Michigan avenue, Bassett addition -VT.
D. Casey and wife to Jose Alva, lofs 31
and 32, fractional block 30, Bassett ad
dition; consideration $215. March 29,
Tobin Place. Orchard Park Frank R.
Tobin to A. Courchesne et als., lots 34
and 35, north half of lot 33, block 2,
Orchard Park addition; consideration
$250. April G, 1910.
Socorro, Tex. Manuel Delgado and
wife to Guadalupe Holguin, five and
two-tenths acres in Socorro grant; con
sideration $125. April 6, 1910.
To the Great Texas Realty company J
to build a two story brick apartment
house, 26x32x66 feet on lot 7 land
west half of Jot 6, block A. Stevens ad
dition. Estimated cost ?S750.
To Ed Sidebotham to wreck building
on southeast, corner of block 17, Mills
map. Estimated cost $1950.
To J. E. Morgan to pm. stairway in
building at 207 Mesa avenue on part of
lot 2G, block 5, Mills map. Estimated
To M. Grosvelder to build a one story
brick residence, 2S feet, 6 inches by Six
20 feet, on -lots 3 and 4. block 36, Alex
ander addition. Estimated cost $2300.
To Mr. Boas to build a one story
brick residence 20x13 feet 6 inches by
12 feet, on lots 30 and 31, block S6,
Franklin Heights addition. Estimated
Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Apodaca, 211 Ray
ner street. East El Paso, girl, Mex
ican, April 5. 1910.
Mr. and Mrs. Aristeo Quesada, Copia
street. East El Paso, girl, Mexican,
March 20, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McCabe, St.
Mark's hospital, boy. American, April 5,
DRQBS DEAD IN
Mrs. Maiy Brusoe Succumbs
to Heart Failure at Her
Myrtle Avenue Eoirie.
Mrs. Mary Brusoe died suddenly yes
terday afternoon at her home, 1120
Myrtle avenue. An attack of heart fail
ure came while Mrs. Brusoe was sit
ting in a rocking chair. Her daugh
ter and s6ninlaw. Mr. .and Mrs. H. E.
Russell, jirrived before the death. Also
surviving are three sons and one
daughter, residents of Arizona and Colo
rado; and her husband, now in Cali
fornia for the benefit of his health. The
funeral arrangements have not been
MRS. LUCY IT. DUDLEY.
Mrs. Lucy Lindsay Dudley, 33 years
of age, died "Wednesday at a local hos
pital. Accompanied by the husband, a
sister, and an aunt, the body -was
shipped to Marysville, Ky.
GOES TO EUROPE TO
STUDY 3IU?'ICrPAL AFFAIRS
Austin, Tex., April s.. Governor
Campbell today gave a letter of Intro
duction to M. M. Shippe, who leaves
Sunday for Europe, where he will study
municipal government in European
The letter introduces Shippe into roy
alty in England, Germany, Austria and
to the president of France.
DAMAGE SUIT C03IPR03IISED.
The damage suit brought by Fran
cisco Silva against the El Paso Electric
Railway, which was filed in the fed
eral court has been compromised at cost
of the defendant.
In an experiment recently made by i
John Perkins, residing on Rural Route
ro. . AxenniKer, ;s. ii.v tne results od- ana liver troubles, etc., will quickly de
tained far exceeded his expectations, appear. His preparations have certainly
Mr. Perkins was so pleased that he maAe a remarkable record. "We are
made a statement for general publica- agents for them in .this community.
tion, sayimr: j ICelly & 'Pollard " "
k!UI ml ilFSlily
After Being Burned "While
Asleep,"He Suffers An
other Iisf ortune.
"W. H. Ames, former terminal passen
ger conductor for ithe National Railways
of Mexico, was carried to police head
quarters last night and later lodged in
the city jail. A charge of insanity has
been registered against him.
Ames, since he was released by the
National lines in January, 1909, has
been bunking in the baggage room at
the union station and eating at the
"karvey house. Last night he became
violent and it -was necessary for offi
cer Hord, detailed at the station, to call
for assistance to convey him to police
headquarters. He was induced to climb
into the patrol wagon on the condition
that he would be taken to the St. Regis.
He gave the name of "W. Monroe to the
night sergeant at the police station.
Two weeks ago, Ames sustained se
rious burns about his face and limbs
as a result of his cot becoming ignited.
He was sleeping out of doors on tho
south side of the baggage room and was
not awakened until most of his clothes
had been burned, and a bucket of water
was thrown on him by night baggage
Ames is an old railway man and is
well known in El Paso. He was for
merly an expert telegrapher
iSTew Line Handled Much
Freight and Many Pas
sengers in Mexico.
Chihuahua, Mex., April 8 The Kansas
City, Mexico and Orient railroad com
pany has given out a statement of the
business done by Its line in 'this state
for the year1909.
On the Chihuahua division, which
runs ' from this city eastward to the
Conchas river, a distanec of 135 kilo
meters, 23,252,040 kilos of freight were
handled and the income therefrom was
$65,605.65, Mexican, money. There were
16,504 passengers carried and the
revenue from That source was $17,
565.09, Mexican money.
On the Minaca division, which runs
from Minaca westward to Sanches, a
distance of 110 kilometers, 44,935,860
kilos of freight were handled and the
revenue therefronvwas $113,762.04, Mex
ican money. The number of passengers
carried was 16,199 and the revenue from
that source was $16,325.99, Mexican
"WILL XOT 3IAKE CHARGE
FOR TARIFF SHEETS
The Southwestern tarirf committee,
which on March 9 anounced that a
charge of SI per year would be made
for the committee's publications, has
rescinded the order, the complaints from
shippers In the southwest being respon
sible. The charge of $1 per year was
Intended to cover the cost of postage
and '-partially defray the cost of printing.
F. A. Leland, of St. Louis, chairman
of the committee, has mailed a circular,
copies of -which have been received at
the local railway offices. In which he
says: "On May 1, ive will discontinue
sending tariffs o the shippers who are
on our mailing list, and who do not re
spond with a list of tariffs which they
desire to regularly receive.
"Refund "will be made as soon as prac
ticable to the firms who have sent re
mittances in accord with our circular
letter of 'March 9."
DIMICK GOES WITH
THE NATIOXAL RAILWAYS
Chihuahua, Mexico, April S. E. Dim
ick, w'ho resigned the superintendence
of the Chihuahua division of the Mexico
Northwestern railroad, has accepted the
position of chief dispatcher of the Na
tional railways at San Luis Fotosl. He
will leave for his new post on Satur
No successor to Mr. Dimick has been
named by the Mexico Northwestern Hall
RAILROAD MEX INITIATE
CANDIDATES AND SMOKE
A class of 32 were Initiated Into 4:he
mysteries of the Brotherhood of Rail
way Carmen of America, No. 152, at the
regular monthly meeting Thursday
night In the K. P. hall in the Buckler
Following the business meeting and
the initiatory exercises, an open smoker
was held. Refreshments were also
served. An address was made by Henry
M. Walker, secretary and treasurer of
the Central Labor union.
G. H. PASSENGER TRAINS
REQUIRE TWO EXGI.YF
No. 10. of last night, and No. 9 of this
morning, on the G. H., were run as
double headers. No. 9 comprised 13
coaches, making the heaviest passenger
train pulled out of El Paso for several
"For a number of years I was an In
valid from a combination of troubles. T
suffered terribly from constipation and
piles, and was so stiffened with rheu
matism that I could not arise without
assistance. I was also troubled with
dizziness. My stomach was out of or
der, my appetite fickle, I felt dull, weak
and tired all the time, and was in a
generally rundown condition.
"My wife and daughter having botti
used the Cooper remedies with benefi
cial results. I decided to try them. They
proved helpful beyond all expectations.
The New Discovery soon put my bowels
into good condition, and the piles disap
peared. My appetite improved, and I
fSan to relish my meals, having no
difficulty in digesting all that I ate.
The dizziness soon left me and has not
"I used Cooper's Quick Relief lini
ment as an aid to the New Discovery for
my rheumatism, which has not troubled
me now for a long time. The Cooper
remedies worked wonders for me."
J T CODei "whose medicine was
used by Mr. Perkins, claims that stom
ach trouble is responsible for nearly all
illness, and that if tii. stnmn is m-
stored to normal and hMlthv nMv.Iv.
such v diseases as rheumatism, kidney
rEow to Avoid It and Escape
a Surgical Operation, Told
by One Who Knows.
A Simple Method That Is Always Effica
cious Trial PackaRe Free.
It has only been a few years since it
was discovered- that a surgical opera
tion would cure appendicitis; in fact,
it has been but a short time since the
disease was discovered and named.
"Whenever there is an inflamed con
dition of the appendix, caused by im
pacted faeces in the small cavity open
ing into the intestine, you then have
The older doctors used to call this in
flammation of the bowels, and were
puzzled to know the cause.
Even now, with all the knowledge we
have of th disease, no medical man
can tell you why we should have an
appendix, why we find it where it is,
or what are its functions, if it has any.
The diease for which tho operation Is
a cure is usually caused by indiges
tion, and in many cases follows a large
and Indigestible meal.
Physicians have until recently recom
mended an operation, but now, as it is
known that it is caused by Indigestion,
or dyspepsia, a cure without an oper
ation is assured.
Where the pattent is treated with
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, the un
healthy conditions prevailing- rapidly
disappear, the stomach and intestines
are placed back in their normal condi
tion, every organ of the body operates
as it should, and the Inflammation is re
duced and the operation Is avoided.
Conscientious physicians, who are
looking after the best interests of their
patients, will always keep a supply of
Stauart's Dyspepsia Tablets handy in
their office, where in cases of sudden
attacks of indigestion they can relieve
the patient at once.
There is no record of a case of ap
pendicitis where the stomach and
bowels were in a healthy condition and
properly digested the food from meal
No better advice can be given to any
one who has attacks of indigestion, or
who has been threatened with appendi
citis, than to tell him to go to the drug
store, pay 50 cents, and take home a
package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
"Whenever heartburn, gas in stomach
or bowels, heart disease or stomach
troubles, sour eructations, acidity or
fermentation are present, act at once.
Take a dose of the Tablets and get re
lief as soon as possible.
At all druggists 50 cents.
Send us your name and address today
and we will at once send you by maH a
sample package free. Address F. A.
Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Bldg., Marshall,
One Agent Does Xot Eavor
Locating all Offices in
The proposition to locate the city of
fices of the various railroads entering
El Paso on the first floor of one of
the city's new sky scrapers, as not proba
ble, according" to the announcement this
morning- of one local general agent.
"Nothing- like that for me," tvas his
reply when interrogated on thfe sub-jeet-
At Houston, it is rumored that union
city ticket offices "will be established
on the first floor of the Harriman sky
scraper Tvhen it Is completed. At St.
Louis, owing to the high rents, it is an
nounced that the railroads are consid
ering banding together and renting a
large room, which "will be divided into
suitable quarters for the various city
The city office in El Paso of the
Southwestern, may be moved from the
Sheldon hotel to the new Roberts-Banner
building, oast of the postoffice,
when that structure Is completed. In
the event the Sheldon hotel is razed, the
T. & P. office will be forced to move, and
the Santa Fe's City office, now located
In the Mills building, tvIH soon be
moved, as that structure is to be razed.
The offices of the National railways
of Mexico are located with the Postal
Telegraph company, but the quarters are
small. The G- H. and S. P. also have
small quarters in the St. Regis hotel
The Mexico Northwestern will soon
establish a city office in El Paso.
BAPTISTS IN SPECIAL. CARS.
A Pullman and a tourist car, carrying
returning delegates from the recent
meeting at Tucson of the Arizona Bap
tists association, arrived 'over the S. P.
this morning and are standing In the
union station yards today. They will
be pulled out tonight by the T. & P.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
A. H. McKay, of Mexico City, resident
agent of the Sonora & TVest Coast of
Mexico line, passed through El Paso
this morning in his private car, N. D. M.
18, en route from San Antonio to Los
A. N. Brown, of Chicago, traffic man
ager of the Southwestern, accompanied
by Eugene Fox, general freight and
passenger agent, and Garnett King,
assitant, arrived this morning from
Douglas and Bisbee, where they have
been inspecting local conditions.
Roy Barnum, chief clerk at the G.
H. freight office, left this morning for
Los Angeles on business.
TV. B. Tuite of El Paso, left on the
Santa Fe this morning for La Tuna, N.
M., where he owns a tract of land.
HOW HEAEST GOT IrTTO
(Continued from Page One.)
by Mr. Hearst, helped Increase the
He was advised the next day by the
board- of regents that the western
brand of politics was not appreciated
at Harvard, and was suspended.
"Going back to my home in San
Francisco, my father.- the late senator !
Hearst, asked me what I wanted to do," j
Mr. Hearst stated in connection with j
the story this morning.
"He wanted to stake mo out on some
ranch, but he also owned the Examiner,
which, had up to that time never been a
paying proposition. I told him I wanted
the Examiner, and he threw his hands
up in amazement, exclaiming:
"'Good God, hasn't that thing cost
me enough already?' That is how I got
started in the newspaper business."
Not Served AVlth Warrant.
The expected service on Mr. Hearst
by a deputy sheriff of a notice of a suit
for the rent of a theater and the ser
vice of a brass band In El Paso two
years ago upon ithe appearance here of
Thos. Hisgen, the Independent candidate
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Our Prices Are the Talk of El Paso
Our Goods Are As Good As Any in El Paso
Our Delivery Service Is the Best in El Paso
Phone Us Your Order -Bell 844-823; Auto 1691
Fresh Vegetables Every Morning By Express
Blue Bibbon Butter (strictly fresh) 3 lbs. for. . . .$1.00
Mountain Park Eggs, per dozen 30c
Strictly fresh Valley Eggs, dozen 25c
Good sweet, juicy Oranges, 3 dozen for 50c
3 cans St- Gharles Milk
3 cans Pioneer Milk
6 cans small Pet or Colum
bia Milk for
3 pkgs. Dr. Prices' Food, 3 pkgs. Post
Toastzes, 3 pkg3. XeUogg's
Corn Plakes for
Cream of Wheat,
Dr. Price's All Grain Food,
per pkg. .-
Aunt Jamima Pancake
Flour, per pkg
National Oats, largest pack
age and best cats, only
3 btmches for
Shasta Brand Jelly and Jam (10 oz. tumbler) each. 10c
Very best quality Evaporated Peaches, per lb 10c
Very best quality Evaporated Apricots, per lb 15c
I Extra good Prunes, 3 lbs.
3 pkgs. Macaroni, Spaghetti or Vermicella for ,.25c
15 lbs. best Colorado Potatoes for 25c
4 large rolls (100 sheets) Toilet Paper, 4 for 25c
o gallons best Gasoline for
n voIIatio 1-nacvf TP-i-i-nivn Ail
' tiCUJUJ-I-IkS UCOI XiiU--LWJJ. vyjj. J-Vyx .................... .UUV
Best Baltimore Tomatoes, 2 cans for 15c
Extra fine quality Iowa Corn, 3 cans for 25c
Wisconsin Early June Peas, regular 12 l-2c quality-. 10c
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
for president, did not occur this morn
ing. Sheriff Hall states that" he has
not been notified of any suit against
Mr. Hearst, and the same report was
made by the constabulary force.
"I know nothing about any bill due
in El Paso," Mr. Hearst stated, "but if
there is one, It ought to be paid. As I
remember It, It was a nice theater, and
a good band, so tell them to send the
bill to me and I will pay it."
Mr. Hearst is accompanied by Mrs.
Hearst, Mr. and" Mrs. G. L. "Wilfeon, his
fatherinlaw and motherinlaw. of New
York City; Mrs. A. Tovey, Mr& Hearst's
sister, New York; Orrin Peck, an
artist. London, England, and Mr. and
Mrs. Guy B. Barham, Los Angeles, Cal.
They entered Mexico from Los An
geles over the Sonora & West Coast
line a month ago and proceeded to
Mazatlan where they sailed to Manzan
illo. They have since visited at various
points of Interest in the republic, spend
ing a week in Mexico Cltj-, where Mr.
Hearst was given an audience by presi
dent Diaz. He and his guests were also
entertained by other Mexican digni
taries during their visit in the republic.
Spends Day Here.
Mr.' Hearst expected to go west this
morning on the Sunset limited, but was
unable to make connections, the train of
the National Railways of Mexico being
two hours late- He now expects to go
north over the Santa Fe tonight. Mr.
Barham, however, will probably go
west on the Golden State limited this
afternoon at 4 oclock as business inter
ests demand an early arrival at home.
The greater part of the morning was
speit by Mr. Hearst in dictating letters
and answering mesages, a large number
having been directed to him here.
CURIO STORE ROBBED.
San Antonio, Tex., April S. The Mex
ican curio store owned bj S. Rabe, on
Commerce street was burglarized last
night. Rubies, opals and other jewelry to
the amount of $1300 were stolen. There
Is no clue to the robbers.
But would yoa pat it in your
coffee a preference to rich
May Be Pure
But why injure the flavsr of
your dessert3 vhea you can get
the finest, purest, most delicious
extract made fit pracdcally the
Eurpa$sss ordinary vanilla as
much cs rich cream surpasses
aHmEied milk. A trial bottle
tirOl convince yoa.
AND FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER
CALL OIT OR WRITE Ti
O. 6, SEETON & SON.
THIRD ArTD CHIHUAHUA STREETS
DIALERS IN .
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
...:.-...,.. ,85c 1
vr Qff fi
WL MILK DRINK
TY Of IT DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there i3 in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure MiUc is pure milk.
.It comes fr-oBQ inspected, contented eews,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilised
SI Paso Dairy Co.,
Phones: Bell 348; Ant 1158.
Office 313 'S. Grace.
L i, Suffon Oempany
Embossing Engraving, Printing
32, Iets St. BeU Phone 680
We nsvejtist received aconsisniaeal
Of PURINA POULTRY FEEDS. Ct3
fed examine them.
B & snixtnre of over a fipeenvarierJeg
of grains end seecs: They cootaim
kfeZ. no JWt vhich make
weight. Tbey contain absolutely n
oomt nor smutty -wheat. YoaxcMcl
na will thrive upon this feed if a n
experiment, but a practical feed iog
practical poultry raisers. COOM M
sad ak for a sample of it
0. 0. Seeion &
Son EI Past
Beets (large bunches Cali
fornia beets) each
Turnips, large bunches,
Large California Head Let
tuce, 2 for
Best Pie Plant,
2 lbs. for
California Seedless Grape
Fruit, 4 for
4 lbs- for
"Fancy California Lemons,
2 dozen for
Fancy California Navel Or
anges, 3 dozen for
Be3t Dry Onions,
6 lbs. for