Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, April 08, 1910, Page 8, Image 8',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of North Texas; Denton, TX
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Friday, April 8, 1910.
WHEN you are buying a suit of clothes there are'two questions to
ask a man who is making the Sale.
Are these good goods to war? and . - .
Will this garment hold its shape? . "
do both. But more than that they embody all the latest city styles and fashions.
The ideal clothes for young men. The ideal clothes for all men.
Sophomore Clothes wear because they are made of quality wool and all wool.
They hold their shape because they are built by experts on scientific principles that
throw all coat strain to the shoulders, thus insuring permanent Shapeliness.
Sophomore Clothes are hand-made, too. The?- possess all the little artistic -touches
that mean, when given by an expert, so much more satisfaction and so much
better service to the wearer. The splendid athletic chest is full and deep'; the
shoulders are high, broad and moaishly concaved. These are distinctive features of
Sophomore Clothes, and give the wearer the appearance that characterizes a man
of progressive ideas and good taste.
Sophomore Cfoth.es are made in the latest modes. This year's styles, patterns and fabrics
are exceptionally pleasing, and we want you to call and see the line while it is complete.
You owe this much to yourself also to get acquainted with the merits and the most
liberal of all liberal guarantees.
Prices $18.50. to $40.
SOL I. BERG, 206 San Antonio Street
t.wi3gK,',w.m!'abu . jmjKij
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
OFFICERS AKD DIRECTORS:
W. W. TUBNEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA 'RAYNOLDS, President.
Jn G. jMcNary, Vsee-President. Walter M. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jb. M Baycold, Vise-President Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSEH, Cashier.
By James Forbes Ti I J"
Copyright, 1908, by O.
W. Dillingham Company.
Novelized From Forbes
Play of the Same
John W. Harding
Assets - - - - $4,500,000.00
WE SOLICIT YOUR BANKING- BUSINESS
C. R. KOREHEAD, President " ' GEO. D. FXORY, Cashier.
JOEPE MAGOFFIN, V. Pre-. C. H. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L: J. GILCHRIST; Asst. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AlfD PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Turney, Prest W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prat, . F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr. H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas E. Kohlberg B. Blumenthal"
J. F. Williams J- a Ma7
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
11 Pass Trunk F
as Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases
ffcjQI'Winade, repaired and exchanged.
Wiv j Opposite postoffice, across
TeL '1054: Auto 1966.
ANGELUS SisSSr & WORKS BLOCK BROS., Props.
Phon ASLaSo Grawford .Theater SIdgc, Opp. Plaza
That last year's spring suit can be made to look like new. Prices reasonable.
Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Tabor's Metal Weather Strips
for Doors and Windows keep out
the eand, dirt and wind.
Craig, O'Qonnefl & Co., Sen. Agis,
Phone Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce BW"
The cab came to a stop in front of
the house. She ascended the stairs
slowly and at the door of her flat hesi
tated, still dreading to go in, but feel
ing that she must.
"Help me, God!" she prayed. "1
ain't done nothiu' wrong, an' I don't
deserve this. I couldn't give my little
As quietly as possible she opened the
door and entered.
THE gas was turned down in the
parlor when Patsy entered.
Quiet as she had been, Nora
heard her turn the kay in the
lock and advanced to meet her in a
wrapper and with a handkerchief tied
around her forehead.
"Are they here?" asked Patsj'.
"Yes; dou't talk loud." whispered
Nora. "Mom's asleep. Dan's gone out
to hunt for 'pop."
"Did you beat "em here?"
"Gee, that was luck!" said Patsy,
turning up the gas. "I was scared
green. What d'you tell -'em?"
"What you said that I took sick be
fore the show and had to come home."
"Did they say anything about me?"
"Asked me if 1 knew where you
were. I said I left you at the theater."
"That's good," sighed Patsy, remov
ing her hat and coat.
"Where have you beeji since you left
me in the cab?" questioned Nora.
"Oh, I've been ridin' around on cars,
tryin' to get up nerve enough to face
pop. I'd "a given my eyetooth to a
kept this from him. It's too late now.
Mom 11 tell him everything."
"Yes." assented Nora. "That's -what's
been worrying me. What did you run
to hide from mom for? Why didn't
you stick it out in some way?. You
could have told her a story of some
kind, and it would have been all right
You weren't like me. You had your hat
and coat and street clothes on."
"I got rattled," she confessed.
"Yes, and you've got us into a pretty
mess, haven't j-ou?" grumbled Nora.
"You brought it all on yourself. You
had no business following me. I won't
"Lucky I did follow an find you be
fore it was too late."
"Too late? Stuff and -nonsense!
You're always thinking bad of people.
You haven't helped me by butting in,
(Continued From Yesterday.)
and you've only got yourself into trou
ble." "D'you s'pose I thought I run any
risk with Dan?" demanded her sister.
"S'pose 1 thought for a minute he
wouldn't trust me, wouldn't believe I
was true an good, no matter how ap-
pearance was against rae?"
"Don't you think he'll make up?"
"I don't know, an I don't care.
Serves me right. If I'd kept my prom
ise to mom to watch over you 'stead'of
bein' so took up with my own happi
ness that I let you run around with
that Simpson woman it all needn't 'a
happened. I'm to blame, an I got to
pay for it all. that's all." "
"What it serves you right for is
treating me like a kid." commented
Nora. "I don't want to be watched
over. and. what's more. I won't be.
I'm a woman, like you. earning my
living, like you. Don't worry on my
account. I can take care of rayself
There's no call for you to do It."
"That's where you're wrong." re
joined Patsy in unoffended tone. "You
ain't got no head. You couldn't take
care of yourself if you was alone In a
ten acre field, not to talk of a city full
of sharks like New York But nobody's
goin' to put you in the soup if I can
(To Be Continued.)
I 8 JBvBhEBRhQmIIBISHISqEEIIElW li v )
' ill II 1 llii
, Strictly guaranteed garments $1.00 a week!
C Surely, there is no greater inducement a store
can offer than these special advantages.
CE, K every garment we sell was not made exactly
right in every little detail of style, fit and workman
ship could we afford to guarantee it ? Certainly not !
ft Every bit of material, every pattern and every
style is carefully planned by us, and that is why you
are sure of getting the best when you come here.
Complete Up-to-Date Outfits, $12 to $30
Everything Fashionable in Men's, Women's
and Children's Clothing, Hats and Shoes
216 S. 1 Paso Street
America's most successful specialists
In the treatment of all Nervous. Blood
and Chronic private diseases and weak
nesses, of men and -women. Graduates
of the best medical schools. Lonsrest
established and largest practice. "We
use the best remedies; and more mea
and women have , received good results
from' our treatment than from any
WE TREAT SAFELT. THOR
OUGHLY AND AT LOWEST COST
NERVOUS DEBILITY. HYDROCELE,
VARICOCELE, STRICTURE. BLOOL
POISON. RUPTURE. CANCER. PILES,
FISTULA. ENLARGED PROSTATE;
SKIN. KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROU
BLES, AND ALL CHRONIC PRIVATE
DISEASES AND WEAKNESES OF
MEN AND "WOMEN.
FREE TREATMENT every day ex
cept Sunday, from 4 to 5 p. m., for
tho5e who are unable to pav.
IF YOU CAN NOT CALL. WRITIa f'
FOR INFORMATION. All correspond-
once confidential and In plain sealed'
FREE BOOKS describing our treat
ment sent to any address in plain en
velope. CONSULTATION. E.X A M I X A TION
AND ADVICE FREE. V,
Hours: 9 a. m. to 7 p. m.; Sundays 9
to 1 Oily.
Rooms 9 to 12, C. & L. Bldgr, El Paso,
25 Cents a Pound
15 Cents a Pound
FRANK SMITH, MGR.
X. OREGON ST.
We deliver Ice Cream to all parts e
Phone Bell 1000; Auto 1158
? Write fo CTaT-.. f St
k RUBBER STAMPS
EL PASO, TEXAS,