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Wednesday, April 20, 1910.
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Beil Phones 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1691.
LEASERS IN LOWER PRICES
Fine California Strawberries, per box 10c
3 lbs. best Creamery Butter (strictly fresh) for. .$1.00
Strictly fresh Texas Eggs, per dozen 25c
Mountain Park Eggs (fresh every day) per doz.. 35c
,3 dozen good California Xavel Oranges, 3 dozen. . 50c
6 small California Grape Fruit (good quality) ... 25c
3 large California Grape Fruit (good quality) 25c
4 lbs. good Apples for 25c
Lemons, very best, per dozen 20c
Extra fine Green Peas, per lb 10c
Extra fine Green String Beans, 2 lbs. for 25c
Best Valley Asparagus, 2 bunches for 15c
Green Onions and Radishes, 3 bunches for 10c
Large bunches California Beets and Turnips, each 10c
Good Xew Potatoes, 3 lbs. for 25c
Extra nice large white Head Lettuce, 2 bunches . . 15c
Fine Parsley (large bunches) each 5c
Fine Valley Spinach, per lb 5c
Water Cress, per bunch. . - - 5c
Bermuda Onions, per lb 5c
Fine Old Onions. 6 lbs. for 25c
15 lbs. Colorado Greelev Potatoes for. 25c
6 lbs. Sweet Potatoes for 25c
Full Cream Cheese, per lb 20c
Fancy large fat Mackerel, each 10c
Heinze's Sour Kraut (bulk) per lb 5e
7 lbs. Pearl Hominv or Corn Meal for 25c
3 lbs. best Head Bice for 25c
3 pkgs. Post Toasties or Com Flakes for. 25c
Real Black Ripe Olives (very finest) per qt 45c
Best Green Olives (bulk) per qt 45c
I Brass Wash Boards, regular 40c quality, at. .... . 25c
4 large rolls Toilet Paper (1000 sheets to roll) only zoc
3 gallons best Gasoline only 85c
5 gallons .Eupion Oil only 80c
yster's C. Q. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas' and Boulevard
Two Beil Phones, 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1891.
i CATTLE SHIPMENTS
Arizona Range Cattle Re
ported in Poor Condition.
The clearance of cattle through the
port of El Paso Wednesday niormnff,
comprised 1C39 head for John T. Cam
eron, and a shipment of over 1000 head
for the El Paso Livestock company.
The cattle are in good condition, al
though the cattle on Arizona ranches
are stated to be poor, owing to the dry
( -weather on the ranges. Ir. Thomas A.
i Bra, of the bureau of animal industry.
has returned from a trip to Douglas,
and states that the cattle m that vicin
ity are not in good condition. He also
states that all cattle worth shipping are
being secured by buyers.
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I Um Continued All This Week
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SLIRGICAIj AXD DDXTAL IXSTRU3IEATS.
Besides carrving the most comple te drug stock in the Southwest -we have
a large line of Surgical and Dental in stnments. We will save you both time
and money. Mail orders solicited. "Write for pr 7ij!ffF
C4RR DRUG COMPANY. 212 Texas St.
People In ES Paso Hotels
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2sile green crepon gown, wit'i blae
and silvei belt.
FATHER OF JUDGE LEA
DIES AFTER LOXG ILLXESS
From New Mexico. , At the Zeiqer L. R. 3Eliican. Alla-
At the Sheldon W. B. Estes. Silver ; more. . .
Citv: n. R. Cute, Austro; F. H. Davis, ! At the Grand Central W. -T. Bnap.
Las" Cruees; -V Y. Robinson, Albuquer- , Sierra Blanca; M. O. Stocker, tort
qui; A. SnoVdin. Raton VTtirta; TT. A. Bnnkley Viola Brinkley,
At the St. Keais J. J. Murray. Oro ! EdgewooJ; 3Its. Annendanz. Socorro.
Grande. pr0m Mexic0-
At the Orndorff Otto Clever una wife") At the Sheldon Dr. H. S. Squires and
Silver City; W. E. Baker; "Las Cnices; ; wif e. Amiasealientes; TT. H. Barrow,
Sidnev Cox, Three Rivers; Nestor Ar- Mexico City.
5nijo."La& Craoes; Lena Cox. Blanch Cox, J At the St- Regis W. J. Hamilton, TT.
AY IT. Cox. San Ainrustine Ram?h. C. Pdtter. Miss Cowies. Mexico City; "W.
At tic Grand Central Robert Browne, j A. M. Roxby. Oasas Grandes, Cliih.
Carrizozo; Hudi L. Russell. Mesealero; 1 At tihe Angehis J. O. Kiler. Guaymas, j
Scott Jones, liilarosa; B. latcaett, Las 1 bonora.
Cinces. J At the Orndorff E. G. X- Tresis, Mex-
At the Sheldon Charles T. Weir, J.
C. Mackcy. Tucson.
At t'he'St. Regis George S. Williams,
At the Angelus C. T. Wilson, Tuc
son. At the Orndorff Y. A. Murray, Tuc
son. From Texas.
At the Sheldon S. H- More. Sher
man; Louis Hopo, Texarkana; C. E.
Morgan. Toyali; D. E. Stanford, Paris;
John Patterson, Cisco.
At the Angelus O.y H. Reed, Hous
ton; T. L. Mode, Austin.
Bargains in tailor made pants and
suits assorted sizes and good pat
terns fine clothing uncalled for;
must be sold.
R. V. PEARSON,
110 Texas St
By G. Frederic Turner..
By J. F- Cunvood.
Personal Conduct of
Bv Eleanor Brainerd.
The Girl From His
Bv Marie Yan Yorst.
The Day of
By C. T. Jackson...
Bv Winston Churchill. -
I & Stationery Co. Keraia Biag
ioo Citv: B. H Bryant, Casas Grandes;
IL E. Williams and wife, Mexico City;
F. L. Carson, Chihuahua.
At the Zeiger Edward H- Wells, Sab
At 4he Grand Central Mrs. W. B.
Roundfcree, J. H. Morse. Mexico City.
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon George B. MacLean,
Xros Angeles; W. W. Beckwich, Redding;
F. A. Kenny, San Francisco.
At the St. Regis W. J. Shurz, X.os
Angelus, Cal.: L. E. Chase, Los Angeles,
Cal.; J. B. Kindall. Los Angeles, Cal.;
Mary V. Kennedy, Seattle, Wash.
At the Angelus C M. Mullen, Los
At the Orndorff J. McFecters, Los
At the Zeiger Gong Yug, Berkeley.
Cal.; Mrs. A. Oshery, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Mrs. M. Welsh, Los Angeles, Cal.
At the Grand Central George Gregg,
Spokane, Wash.; H. N. Grej-, Poltach,
From Xew York.
At the Sheldon C. W. Hanks, Wilson
Cook, J. P. Wrayton, C. E. Tart, A. D.
Hill, F. A. Clinch and wife, William B.
At the St. Regis Mrs. J. Tally, W. J.
Donnelly, Charles L. Dorchest and
At the Sheldon M. K. Hurst, H. T.
At the St. Regis O. F. Willmer.
James Dell, George's. Bigelow.
At the Angelus Roswell M. Peterson.
Kenneth W. Harris, R. B. Sullivan.
At the Orndorff J. Carmichael Allen.
At the Sheldon E. A. Morcer. Kan
sas City; H. A. Owsley, St Louis; M.
W. Abell, St. Louis.
At the St. Regis G. C. Harner. St.
Louis; D. F. Broderson, St. Louis; H. D.
Remyen and wife, Kansas City.
At the Zeiger W. L. Arnold, Lewis
ton; A. X Lee and wife, Kansas City.
At the Sheldon G. Zambefert, Lyon,
France; G. T. Darland, Denver; M. Mc
Daniel, Hot Springs, Ark.; A. W. Brant,
Erie, Pa; Mrs. A. TV. Brant, Erie, Pa.;
K. F. "Wright, Garvin, Okla.; W. B.
Barton, Cove, Ark.; C. K. Lothian, Gar
vin, Okla.; R- B. Busby, Garvin, Okla;
E. E. Busby. Garvin, Okla.; I. Herndon,
Garvin, Okla.; T. F. Keaveney, Denver,
Colo.; Fanny E. Cotner, Sidney. O.;
Hattie Kelsey, Sidney, O.; Fernando
Kelsey, Sidney, O.; Mrs. Fanny Gray,
Sidnev. O.: E. M. Brough and wife.
Louisville. Ky.: Mrs. W. P. Bunyan,
Fowles, Kas.; Arthur H. Schaef, Cleve
land; Edwin E. Chase, Denver, coio.
At the St. Regis Spencer D. Wright,
Philadelphia; W. G. Shelll. Detroit: O.
1 A. Hurst, Oklahoma City: J. T. Demain,
Goffrey, S. C; A. K. McDaniel, Denver.
Colo - ciM-rcra A. Kennedy. Denver.
j Colo.; Ralph R. Lee, Erie, Pa; Edward
Chambler, New Orleans; D. S. Rose ana
wife, Blackville, la.
At the Angelus Mrs. O. A. Erdman,
J Denver, Colo.
vi iiie uruQuni " . aiuuuui j.u
At the Zeiger R- B. Erickson, Lath-
j am, Kas.; R. M. Roberts, Cincinnati, O.;
D. S. McAHster, Philadelphia, Pa. ,
j At Grand Central A. O. Montgomery,
J Kentland. Ind.; D. M. Wheat and wife,
A Pioneer Mixsourlan and Lonj? Con
nected "IVIth Public Office Judge
Lea Was Present.
A telegram was received in El pasc
"Wednesday morning announcing the
death of Tom Lea, father of police judge
Tom Lea of this city, which occurred
at Independence, Mo., Wednesday morn
ing. The deceased, who was 72 years of
age and a pioneer MIssourian, had been
connected with the office of the county
surveyor of Jackson county in that
state for many years, and was a Con
The funeral wHl probably be held at
Independence, where judge Lea has
been for several days an attendance
upon his father. Mr. Lea had been ser
iously ill since his return home from El
Paso where he visited his son last
HUGH G. ROSS.
Funeral services ror Hugh G. Ross,
Fort Hancock cattleman and El Paso
business man, were held this afternoon
according to Elks' rites. Tills morning
the body laid in state at the Elks home
and formal tributes culminated at the
grave in Evergreen cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers officiating at
the services -were: Mayor J. TJ. Sweeney,
J. W. Magoffin, H. IT. Neill, J. J. Watts,
J. S. Hart, Joshua Rayno-lds, S. J Freu
denthal, Richard Caples, J. P. O'Connor,
James Clifford, J. R. Harper, Capt. T. j!
Beall, T. A. Falvey, W. J. Harris, Beau
regard Bryan, E. H. Rodgers, Jas. C
White, D. W. Reckhart and Chas Zeiger.
SEXATE REFUSES TO HAVE
EW MEXICO COUNTY SEAT MOVED
Bill Passed Anuullns Action of Xcw
Mexico in Lecrislatnro as to
Washington, D. C, April 20. On mo
tion of Beverldge the senate passed
senate joint resolutions 92 and 93, dis
approving two acts of the 38th New
Mexico legislature changing the county
seat and county lines of Sierra county.
Similar bills are on the house calendar.
Delegate Cameron introduced bills
prohibiting that Tempe hold an election
of taxpayers to pass on an issue of $10.
000 TTorth of 5 percent j5 and 25 j-ear
bonds for a city hall and $30,000 for an
electric light power plant.
Delegate Stephens Introduced a bill
that the government hold in trust and
dispose of coal oil gas and asphalt of
ihe Choctaws and Chickasaws.
TRAVELING Ek, fASOAJSS
May find the El Paso Herald on sale
at any of the following places:
NEW YORKvTmperlal Hotel News
stand; Arthur Hotallng, No. 1 Park
Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad
way and 42d afreet. 140" Broanwaj'.
WASHINGTON. D. C The Raleigh
and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency
and Nahl News Agency.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North
ern News stands. Queen City Newa
stands and Empire Npw; stands
PHILADELPHIA The Bellevue. Poan
News Co.. 833 Pearce St.
rTTTSBURG, PA. Tho Lincoln a
the Schenley Park.
BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois.
ST. LOIIS Planters Southern and
Jefferson Hotel News stands.
KANSAS CITY. MO. The Yom
News Co.. Hotel Baltimore News
stand, Coates House News stand.
ST. PAUL. MINN. Tne Hotel Rvan
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. The Wes'
DENVER. COLO. Tho Brown PU
ace, the Albany, S. WIdozn and West
ern News stands.
SEATTLE, WASH. International
News Agency, corner of First avenue
south and Washington streot; also
southeast corner of Second avenue and
Cherry street, near Alaska building.
Aclne News Co.
OAKLAND, CAL. Amos News Co.
wagons, Hale News Co.
SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Louis Book
store. At Sam Rosenthal, SSC Houston
MEMPHIS, TENN. World Yoma
MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The
CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO Roberto
Schneider. American Photo and Sta
JIMINEZ, MEX. Parral News Co.
PARRAL, MEX. Parral News Co.
Summer's best washable materials are strongly featured in this
week's sale at prices that represent a tidy saving. Our newest,
freshest and most desirable styles for summer or immediate wear
are offered a wonderfully complete assortment. jSTow, your
choice is practically unlimited. Later a color may be missing in
this design or that. Only a few of the many special items which
await your choice are mentioned here.
Embroidered Batiste 59c '
A very sheer, nne quality of imported Batiste em
broidered in neat designs. One of our daintiest fab
rics for " dressy" dresses. In light blue, white, tan
and lavender. Regular 75c value, Or
a yard v Jy
Imported Crepe 45c
Soft, silky finished crepe, a very desirable fabric for
waists, costumes or evening gowns. An unusually
handsome imported fabric ; very special A,kn
value at, a yard fJ
Silk Tussah 36c
Handsome silk and linen fabric, in plain color and
printed effects. Natural color with blue or rose de
sign, blue, green, black and rose in solid fsn
color. Regular 65c value, a yard Jww
Lorraine Tissue 25c
One of the most perfect of the washable summer ma
terials. Sheer, and strong, in neat check, small plaid
and stripe designs, absolutely fast color; r
extra special value, a yard MiJ
FRENCH LINA 16 indies in exact imitation
of the French finish .nen suitings. In solid
colors, suitable for suits or skirts, 5K
a yard 2C
IMPORTED JAP CREPE Absolutely fast
color, fancy crepe for kimono making. Xew de
signs and colors. Regular 35c value, & A
SERPENTINE CREPE Extra quality cotton
crepe for kimonos. An unusually good lot of
colors and designs; 20c -value; " Ar
special, a yard "
Jeweled Hat Pins
Large fancy Hat Pins in the newest and most de
sirable joweled effects, set with a va- &p A g
riety of stones; regular 50c styles '. . . Gi
Large fancy Hat Pins, set with fancy stones and
unusually good brilliants, a A-ariety of new and
handsome styles; 75c and $L00 A O -
values far C
Imitation seal leather Hand Bags, in black only,
with gunmetal and gold finished trim- Q
mings; regular $1.25 values .OaC
Our very best quality, all Silk Foul
ards, in the new, small figures and
spot designs, in all colors. Guaran
teed aboslutely spot-proof; -24 inches
wide and worth regularly 1.00 a
yard. We limit each customer to one
dress pattern at the special price,
75c a yard
CHIFFON LISSF, One of the most pomlar of
the sheer goods for midsummer wear. In neat
checks and stripes in all colors; special Off -
value, a yard Jw
KORAH FOULARDS Silk finish, 30-onch. fabric
in exactly tthe same (patterns as are found 10
25c value JLOC
IRISH DIMITY Very good quality Dimity, the
neat floral designs in all colors, checked O C
and striped corded effects, a yard J
WHITE MADRAS 32 inches wide in different
weights, suitable -.for iwaMs, boys' blouses and
dresses. Regular 15c qualitj'; Thursday f
and Friday, a yard 7C
COTTON FOULARD In all the newest designs
and shades. A quality sold regularly for 15c a
yard: special Thursday and Friday, r
a yard C
DRESS GINGHAMS Solid color and fancy dress
ginghams, styles suitable for women and children.
Extra special for Thursday and Friday, p
a yard , OC
Your summer undergarments
should be selected now. Stocks
are complete in both variety and
range of size. Almost every qual
ity is shown from the inexpensive
cotton ones to the finest Italian
silk. These special items for the
remaining days of the week should
Fine lisle ribbed Vests with cro
chet trimming and embroidered
silk initial, regular 50c Q C
quality, each t)DC
Mercerized gauze Vests, full silk
taped, sleeveless, finely j
finished, 25c value JLOC
Fine gauze ribbed, lisle finished,
full sizes, silk taped around top
and arms, 20c value, -t 0
Ootton ribbed Vests, sleeveless,
full sizes, well finished, Q it
extra 12 l-2c value, each O70C
Women's union suits, white ribbed
cotton, fine fitting, well finished,
regular 35c qualitv, g
each . iyC
Women lisle finished union suits,
perfect in fit and finish, Q
extra 50c styles, each O C
$30 Silk Dresses $19.85
The response to this exceptional offering should be immense. In
point of quality, of style and of value this exceeds by far all prev
ious offerings. The garments chosen for this- end-of-the-week sale
are our most attractively designed costumes and dresses of rajah,
pongee, foulard, chiffon taffeta and chiffons. A very complete line
of sizes is shown in a varied assortment of the new and fashicaiablo
colorings. We -state values very conservatively when we say they
are worth up to $30.00.
We price them
day, Friday- and
Special lot of Tailored Suits, worth to $18.50, Ai ft JJ?
Special lot of Tailored Suits, worth to $24.50, dl j Q C
Special Sale of Corsets at Half
We have culled from our stocks all the odds and ends, broken lines
and discontinued numbers of all the different makes of corsets and
made one grand lot of them for quick selling. Thislot includes sev
eral styles of the Gossard (front laced), American Lady, Whalon,
Nemo, C. B-, R. & G. and Warner's Rust-Proof. For Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday -we offer these at
Exactly Half the Regular Price
The Best of Styles In Our Shoe Department
The shoes sold here are famous for their iinequaled w earing qualities, for their style and the fairness of the
prices. The ''Popular's" guarantee goes with every pair.
Women's extra quality Ox
fords and ankle strap pumps
a neatly made shoe of plain
vici hid in good styles, for
every day wear, $1.75.
The Popular Duchess $3.00
A dresy shoe for women. The two-strap, ankle and
instep strap, Pumps in patent leatner and plain kid.
Oxfords Ties, two and three-eyelet styles in patent and
plain. A variety of styles for street or dress. Extra
Boys' shoes and oxford
ties, made on regular man
nish lasts, in Ltcat, well fit
ting styles for every day or
dress. In both black anol tan.
.leathers, $1.50 to $3.00.
$5.50 and $6.00
For the rest of the week we
offer your choice of all remain
ing pairs of men's shoes of the
Florsiieim make, $5-50 and
$6.00 styles, for ?3.50.
FOR MISSES AND CHIL
DREN IMisses, sizes 111-2 to 2, $L25
Childs, sizes 8 1-2 to 11, 75c to
Infants, sizes 5 1-2 to S, 60c to
Women's, sizes- 2 1-2 to 7, $1-50