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EE PASO HERALD
Wednesday, .April 20, 1910.
AGENTS BTJTTERICK PATTERNS
SEND TJS YOUR MAIL ORDERS
Bargains of the Better Kind
Tomorrow and Balance of Week
(By Special "Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
J.Ck2sar Dtz&ood Co. CfeacmWf
3lubr Dry Good Co.
"We are acknowledged headquarters for Fresh
Pruits ancUYegetables. Our assortment is always
"RECEIVED JFRESH EVERY DAY.
Bed Radishes, 2 bunches ...5c
Valley Asparagus, 2 bnch, 15c
Rhubarb, extra, lb 121-2c
New Potatoes, lb 12 1-2c
New Cal. Beets, bunch, ...10c
Large Crisp Lettuce 10c
Irish Potatoes, 15 lbs 25c
Sweet Potatoes, 6 lbs 25c
Fancy Tomatoes, lb- 121-2c
Green Sugar Peas 12 1-2c
New Carrots, 3 bunches ...10c
Green Beans, lb 20c
Wax Beans, lb 20c
Cauliflower, lb 12 1-2c
Fresh Okra. lb. 20c
Water Cress, bunch 10c
Green Chili and Bell Peppers
Cranberries, qt 121-2"c
Wine Sap Apples, fancy, lb. 8c
Eoman Beautv Apples, fancy,
lb .. 8c
Florida Grapefruit 10c
Winter Nellis Pears, lb. ...-foe
Mustard and Spinach Greens
Bunch Onions, small 2 for . .5c
Summer Squash, lb 12 1-2c
Oyster Plant and Leek
Arizona-Michigan, part paid 30c
Calumet & Montana 1
Chino Copper Co 12
Cordova, part paid 70c
Cordova, full paid It
Ely Central 1
Gila Copper 6a
Inspiration Copper 7
Live Oak Development 22
Mason Valley 1 11-1G
National Mining Exp 3Sc I
New Keystone 3& I
Ohio Copper 3
Pinto Copper ISc
Ray Central 'J
Ray Consolidated 19
San Antonio, part paid 8
Superior & Globe, part paid 30c
PURE VERM02TT MAPLE SYRUP.
Direct from the farm where it is made, qt 45c
Educator Crackers, per "box 25c
Hygienic Crackers, per box 20c
Arrowroot Crackers, per box 10c
Grain and Provisions.
July 394 39
Chlcssro Provslcn. Close.
May $12.37 lf
July ..... , 12.27
210-212 Texas St
New York Cotton.
New York. N. Y., April 20. The con
tract market opened lower this morning
but improvement was made during the
session, although the changes were of
little importance. The spot situation
rules steady. There is a good demand.
TSee& a room for themselves. Why not fix up
one for their convenience?
We are now showing in our windows up to date
decorations for the ISTursery, very attractive yet inexpensive.
I Tuttle Paint E Glass Co.
The Neiv Orleans Market.
New Orleans, La., April 20. The first
trades here were only a few points
lower and. while the tone of the market
apparently was steady, there were only
a few small changes in values. The
j day was uneventful and the market
The new razor that combines the advantages of all others, oc;ti
open bladfe and "Safety." and eliminateb all their faults.
It cannot cut you cannot scrape or pull but shaves you correctly
and with perfect safety.
The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor, Safety Guard.
Stropping Attachment and six double-edged, hollow-ground blades of the
finest tempered steel; all In handsome leather covered case, PRICE COM
Buy one and try it for 30 days. If not entirely satisfactory, return
at our expense, and your money will be cheerfully refunded.
SHELTON-PAYME ARMS CO.
Liverpool, Eng., April 20. There is a
fair demand for actual cotton in the
market today and sales aggregate 8000
bales on a basis of $7.S9 for American
middling or $15.78 ia American values.
Receipts were 2000 bales including 1700
bales of American cotton. Futures
opened steady on a range of 1 to 2
English points higher.
Gnlrcston. Spot Cotton.
Galveston, Tex., April 20. fapot cotton
steady and unchanged: middlings, 14 c
Today's sales, 543 bales.
STOCKS AND BONDS, COPPERS,
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS,
LIVESTOCK, WOOL AND COTTON.
Kan- City liii cstnrfc. CI.c
Kansas City, Mo.. April 20. Cattle
Receipts 8000. Including 400 southerns;
steady to 10c lower. Native steers, $6.50
S.30, southern sters, $5.50S.00;
southern cows, $3.506.25; native cows
J and heifers, $3 75(5)7 75: stockers and
feeders, $4.75 7.00. bulls, $4.256.50;
I calves, $4.00S,00, western steers, $5.75
8.10; western cows, $4.006.o0.
Hogs Receipts '13,000 510c higher;
bulk, $8.759.00; heavy, $S.959.10;
packers and butchers. $8.80 9.05; light,
$S.50S.95; pigs, $S.00gS.50.
Sheep Receipts S000; steady to 10c
lower Muttons, $6 50S.75; lambs,
$8.25310.00; fed western wethers and
yearlings, $7.509.25; fed western
MONEY AND METALS.
Sew Xerk Qu stations.
(By Associated Press.!
New York, April 20. Money on call
Prime mercantile paper, 43to per
cent. Closing Quotations Today.
BaT silver, 53 H
Desilverized lead- S4.354.45.
Copper, standard spot, $12.37 12.oo,
May, $12.37 12.55.
Spelter (St. Louis quotation) $5.40.
Mexican dollars, 44c
Current Smelter Quotation.
(El- Paso Smelter.
Bar silver 534
Copper wire bars (cts. per lb).. 12 11-16
Copper Cathode (cts. per lb.)... 12 9-16
Lead (London sales prices). 12, sl2, 6.6
Lead (New York saTes prices) $4.50
(Douglas Smelter Quotations.)
Engineering and Mining Journal.
Bar silver - ?'J
Copper i2.7 6
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
NEW YOEE USTED
(By Special Wire to The Herald from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
American Smelters .. 824
Colorado Fuel & Iron 40U
M. K. & T 43
Mo. Pacific 70
Reading 164 1
Rock Island, 47
Southern Pacific 126
Union Pacific ,185
U. S. Steel, common 844
BOSTON LISTED STOCKS
(By Special "Wire to 'rue Serai a from
H. H. Bru Co., Globe, Ariz.)
Arizona Commercial 17
Boston Corbin 15
Calumet & Arizona 61
Copper Range J. 69
East Butte .. 8
Greene Cananea r 9"Ja
Helvetia 1 3
Nevada Con. .' 21
North Butte 32
Old Dominion 39
superior 6 jsoston -. U'4
Superior & Pittsburg 13
Trinity , 6?i
U. S. Smelters, common 43
Utah Con 23
Utah Copper .' 46
Chicago l.iiextoclc Close.
Chicago. 111., April 20. Cattle Re
celpts 7000; steady, 10c- lower. Beeves, i
$5.60&S.50; Texas steers, $4.756.20; i
western steers, $4.90 6.75; stockers and
feeders, $3.756.40; cows and heifers, '.
$2.707.20; calves, $6.758.25. ' I
Hogs Receipts 17,000; 10c higher.
'Light, $S.859.20; mixed. $S.S59.20; i
heavy, $S.859.25; rough, $S.S59.25;
rough. $S.858.95; good to choice
$8.609.15; bulk, $9.009.15.
Sheep Receipts 14,000; weak. Na
tive, $4.508.30; western, $5.008.30; j
yearlings, $7.258.70; lambs, native,
$7.759.S0; western, $S.00 10.00. t
Fort Worth JLlvestocIc.
Forth "Worth, Texas. April 20. Cattle j
Receipts 3000; hogs, 35,000; sers
higher, tops $6.90: cows higher, tops. S7: j
calves, steady, tops $5.o0. Hogs, higher
f Boston Wool.
Boston, Mass., April 20. A decided
increase in activity is noted In the local
wool market, with most of the sales at
concessions. Fleece wools, especially
California and territory, are in demand
with quarter blood a feature. Fine ter
ritory staple Is held at 62 to 64 cents,
scoured. More favorable advices are
being received from growers In the
west, who are showing a willingness to
accept low bids. Pulled wool is quiet,
but there is some call for the foreign
St. T.onls Wool. Clime.
St. Louis, Mo., April 20. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums. 22
24; fine mediums, 1S20; fine, 1114.
You'Jl be surprised at the results you
will get from a small want, rent or i
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not j
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115, Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
BELL PHONE, 116.
Will get you a buyer.
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GOOD FOR 5 VOTES
NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL
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Warm weather is here to stay, and the par
chase of thin underwear can't be delayed
any longer. For the balance of the week
we offer special prices that enable you to
supply all your summer underwear needs at
' 85c VESTS 59c
Women's nice Lisle Vests, worth to 85c:
special the balance of the CQ
week at O C
35c DRAWERS 23c
Women's Cotton Ribbed Umbrella Drawers,
trimmed in Torchon lace, regular 35c gar
ments; special the next three QQ
davs at .OC
$15.00, $18.00 and $20.00
Tailored Suits $9.50
Monday we xDlaced on sale 75 light weight
one-piece wool dresses most of them
have already been sold. So, for the bal
ance of the" week we offer at this same
price all $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 tailored
These are 1910 suits, duplicates of the highest
priced garments. But as wash dresses, suits, and
skirts are making large demand for space we
want to close them oat completely.
,0m regular $15.00, $18.00 and $20.00
suits; choice, beginning
98c TJNI0N,SUITS 75c
Women's Cotton Ribbed, Lisle
Union Suite, well worth 9Sc;
ALLOVERS In a "wide variety of
patterns worth to $1.50 a yard; spe
cial tomorrow 95c.
BABY IRISH Bands, Edgings and
Insertions both matched sets and
Odd pieces in all widths and hun
dreds of pretty patterns. These are
new spring embroideries but we are,
a trifle overstocked- So, we will sell
tomorrow Baby Irish Embroideries
worth to $1.00 at choice, per yard, 39c
25c RUCHHJGS 9c
The new Cord Ruchings in plain and
uwo-toned effects, "worth to 25c a
yard, extra special tomorrow 9c
For Tomorrow Only
75c FAILLE 39c
Full range of colors maise,
Delft blue, wood rose, scarlet,
pink, mulberry, reseda, cham
pagne, stone gray, tan, laven
der, old rose, vapor, wisteria,
Copenhagen blue, taupe, black
and white. Sells regularly 75c
a yard; special tomorrow 39c.
$1.50 RAJAH 98c
Yard wile Rajah Silk, in the
natural color only, regular
$1.50 quality; special tomor
row, the yard, 9 So.
TUSSAH FAILLE $1.05
27 inches wide. Comes in lilac,
brick, wisteria, tan. reseda,
blue, pink, navy blue, lavender,
Copenhagen blue, champagne
and black. Worth $1.50 a yd.;
special tomorrow $1.05.
For Summer Suit
$1.50 MOHAIR $1.05
White ilohair, 44 inches wide,
has high luster and is just the
weight for summer coat suits.
Sells regularly $1.50 a yard;
very special tomorrow $1.05.
From 42 to 48 inches wide, in
all the novelty shades of the
season as well as the staple
blues, browns, black and "white,
per yard $1.25.
Main Floor Specials
$4.00 PARASOLS $3.19
Plain color and fancy Silk Parasols, new
style 'handles. Values to $4;
$5.75 PARASOLS $4.39x
A varied assortment of new Silk Parasol3
worth up to $5.75; your choice
"Opera ' Waists
We are making a special
display, all this week, of
the new "Opera" Waists.
We are showing everything
froni the simple tailored
waists to the beautiful
hand embroidered waists.
Prices range $1.25 to $15.
See this showing, without
f 90c PARASOLS 69c
Children's Parasols in plain colors awl
fancy combinations. Worth to 2Q
90c; on sale in the basement O C
$1.25 PARASOLS 89c
Misses' and Children's" Parasols, good frames
neat mission handles. Values to nn
$1.25; special in the basement 0C
The Linen Sale Continues
To supply the women of El Paso with fine linens at money-saving
prices. Consider all your linen needs whether for table
damask, napkins, sheets, pillow cases, towels, toweling and sup
ply them this week. Special prices previously advertised on
linens continue in force the balance of the week, with
Two Extra Specials For Tomorrow
DRESSER SCARFS 79c
Pure Linen Buffet Covers and
Dresser Scarfs, size IS by 54
inches. Some hemstitched,
some scalloped and hemstitch
ed; $1.00 and $1.25 values;
special tomorrow 79c.
DOILIES ONLY 9c
Round, Square and Oval Doil
ies, bcalloped, hand finished.
Sell regularly 15c and 20c
each; we -make them an extra
special for tomorrow only, at
The 10c cubes of Toilet Pins with
whue, black and colored pins; special
Patent Folding Coat Hangers, some
thing new, worth 25c; extra special
Pronounced Savings for Tomorrow
The Calisher $5.00
Xew s-tHmner hats are arriving al
most daily. Advanced summer mod
els, covered with flowers, to be worn
with dainty lingerie dresses- We call
your special attention to the Calisher
S5.00 summer hats 'they're the
equals of other people's $7.50 aad
THE "CHANTICLER VEILIrTG
The newest in veiling is the "Ghanti
cler" Veiling. Ask to see it; it's
quite different from iche ordinary
run of veilings.
iCuticura Sap, worbh 25c a bar
.special tomorrow 19c.
Packer's Tar Soap, worth 25c,
special tomorrow, per bar 16c.
Pozzoimi's Face Powder, the
50c size, special tomorrow 29c
Williams' Talcum Powder, a
25c value, special tomorrow 18c
Colgate's Toilet Water, extra
special tomorrow G9c.
4-ounce bottles of Peroxide, to
morrow for 9c.
Dr. Grave'3 Tooth" Powder,
worth 25c, special tomorrow
"Pro-phy-Iactic" Tooth Brush
es, the 35c grade, tomorrow 23c
10c Curling Irons; special tomorrow,
Skirt, or Trouser Holders, a new de
vice, 10c each.
Rubber Hairpins. 41-2 inches long,
plain or crimped, 6 in a box; special,
per box 25c.
"Truit-of-the-Loom" Bleached Domestic, always
sells for 12 l-2c a yard; special
(10 yards to a customer)
Kimono Crepe Cloth, in Japanese and oriental de
signs, light and dark colors, worth to -1 ty rf
18c a yard; special tomorrow J. 2C
Indianhead Domestic, full yard .wide, wjeight suit
able for dresses and separate skirts, regular 15c
quality; special tomorrow, - e
a yard JLfciC
Lonsdale finish White Cambric, yard wide, regular
price 12 l-2c a yard; spral tomorrovf q q
10 vards for.
(10 yards to a customer)
Standard Calicoes, in light and dark color
ings. Apron Ginghams in assorted checks
and colors. Printed Lawns and Oballies in
neat designs, suitable for kimonos, house
dresses and dressing jackets. Values up to
81-3c a yard. Your choice tomorrow, the
English Percale, yard wide. Offered in light col
ors, suitable for women's waists, men's shirts.
Also, in the new reds, in pretty designs, for house
dresses and wrappers. This is a regular 10c J
percale; special tomorrow, per yard C
Point de Paris, Oriental and other kinds of lace
edgings, bands and insertions narrow and wide,
in. white and ecru worth up to 20c a Q,
yard; special tomorrow t C
Embroideries of all kinds edgings, headings and
insertions worth to 20c a yard; special Q,
tomorrow 2 C
Children's Knit Waists, bleached, sizes up to 13
yeais, regular price 15c; special -fl s
Gingham Kitchen Aprons, made with big bibs,
worth 50c each; special tomorrow tH s ff
35c, 3 for pl,UU
Women's Dainty Dressing Jackets, made of fine
lawn in light and dark colors, itrhrcmed in ribbons,
Persian bands or embroidery. Garments Q
worth to $1.50; special tomorrow.1'. &OC
Misses' nd Children's Undermuslins gowns,
skirts and drawers also sleeping garments. Xice
ly made, trimmed with lace and hemstitching,
worth up to 50c; special tomorrow O E?
Women's neat House Dresses, in 'solid shades,
fancy patterns and white- Would sell in a regular
way up to $3.95; special tomorrow tf?0 A Q
Four Specials from the
65c ARABIAN NETS 39c
Arabian Xets, widths 45 to 50 inches, in mission,
bungalow, striped and cathedral designs some 25
to select from. Colors are white, ecru and green.
Regular price 65c a yard; special qa
15c SILKOLINE 11c
Yard Wide Fancy Silkoline 50 new and pretty
designs to choose from. Regular price s j
15c a vara; special tomorrow X JL C
35c SWISS 15c
White Figured Swiss, 40 inches wide. Come Jq
stripes, figures and the new crossbar ef- f g
feets; worth to 35c a yard; special I DC
75c MONKS CLOTH 49c
50-inch Monks Cloth for summer portieres, tal
covers and sofa pillow tops. Comes in light and
dark shades greens, -cans, blues, browns and reds
also natural; worth 75c a yard; spe- Ag
ciafl tomorrow "TC
Remember, Friday is Remnant
Day at Calisker's
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Washiu&ton, D. Cj April 20. Not
since the political campaign began have
the Democrats been in such a jubilant
mood as today over the result of the
New York congressional election. They
gathered early on the floor of -the house
and everywhere there was a spirit of
felicitation. The Republican leaders de
clined, to attach any particular signifi
cance to the result.
"It was just a skirmish; it does not
mean anything," said representative
Boutell, of Illinois. His statement is
typical of the Republican expression.
Among the Democrats and "insur
gent" Republicans there was a greater
variety of views. "It h. che beginning oi.
fnew epoch," said Francis Burton Har
rison, of New York, a Democrat. "I don't
believe a single Republican congress
man from New.Yorlc is safe from defeat
under the conditions we have there The
retirement of senators Aldrich and Hale
and the result of the elections in Massa
chusetts and New York means the pas
sage of the old order and the establish
ment of a new and better one. It is the
dawning of a new day."
Representative Norris, of Nebraska,
an "Insurgent" leader, said "it is sim
ply an uprising of the people against
machine rule and means that the people
will stand it no longer. It Is a local
matter in New York, but similar condi
tions prevail throughout the country
and a similar result will ensue."
"What does it mean to you?" Mr.
Norris was asked.
"It means that members who are here
because of machine rule won't be here
much longer," was the reply.
KIRE BURNS A
Tularosa. N. M., April 20.
4" Thompson's Ice cream parlor
J burned down at 1:15. There was
f much danger to the postoffice
and the Prude store.
P 4- $ !
15 Cents a Pound
C. Si PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Picne 347