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ISToiMng that the present season has produced is as
pretty as the linen suits we are now showing. Com
fort, custom and economy command the wearing of
linen suits from now until Octoher.
We show all the novelties of the season in the
new copper shades, light blue and white semi-fitted
coats and Russian effects with patent leather belt
coats and skirts trimmed with lace dyed to match .
We show also a wide' variety of the beautiful
braided and hand embroidered suits.
To interest you in our wonderful collection of
linen suits, we note, for tfye balance of the week,
One Extra Special
$17.50 Suits for $9.95
rev,., -to iRiiP-Kinn Mise ffecta and Ions rolled collar styles, vari
ous length coats. Some axe emLroidery-trimmed, others severely
rptain. Ztfade of linen, rep and Bamie linen in wjirte, pink, helio,
.bine, gray, reseda, rose, wasteraa, ana
natural. About 25 different styles in
the offer, and a full range of sizes to
begin iwitih; values up to 17.o0; a
Three Days' Extra Special at
It will be an easy matter to
find here a parasol to match
your new summer costume.
UNENTG- UP SHOW
flrank Eicli Arranging the
Southwestern Houses to
Book as One.
Prank Eich is back from Phoenix,
Tucson, Bisbee, Douglas and other
points in the southwest, where he has
Seen lining up the managers so that
bookings can be made for all houses be
tween Los Angeles and San Antonio
through one agency. In this manner,
more shows can be secured, as the man
agers of the road companies prefer,
where they can book with one man for a
week or seven days, to do this rather
than deal with several managers.
"What we need down here is to offer
the companies more consecutive time and
os the business of -the road shows has
been good all through this section, I am
endeavoring to line up the houses so
that thev can be booked in connection
rwith each other," said Pack this morn
ins. "With that in mind I have person
ally taken over the lease of the Orpheum
at Douglas, and Tucson and Globe will
OF SPECIAL INTERES'
' TO PIAN6 BUYERS
We guarantee our prices to be abso
lutely the. same as eastern .prices on the
same grade of pianos, and we save you
the freight. Our store is crammed full
fmm irhft front to the back door of as
fine, a line of unriffhts. baby grands, J
nnrl ititiot- mVrrf7- inMTlOS. AS Can be I
found in any wholesale and retail piano
store west of Chicago, ranging in prices
from $o0 upwards. VTe sell on pay
ments of $5 a montjh and upwards. "VYc
tch- o3d instruments at all they are
worth as part payment on new ones. We
have more tlian fifteen different makes
of pianos. Several of the very best
makes known. "We furnish the manu
facturers' ten. year guarantee with every
piano we sell and -back up each guaran
tee with our iron-clad agreement to give
money back if pianos are not as repre
sented. All crur pianos are especially
made for this extremely dry climate.
Pianos to rent at from $3.50 to $5.00
a month. Piano t-uning and repairing a
specialty. Prices reasonable.
Jenkins Piano Co.
THE BIG PIAIJ0H0TJSE.
Phone, 295S, ring 1,
118 K. Stanton St, Cor. Texas.
El Paso, Texas.
ijM ST. TTBjjiy i IT 1 Mil ' I1
IWIi Ji II3HI1IH9H
Only Exclusive Ready-to- Wear Store
also shortly he in line. At Las Cruces
it is promised that they will build a
new -modern theaetr and 1 will also take
the lease of that and, although the town
is small, there are so many good theater
goers there that we iwill be able to give
them a good line of attractions.
''Another important development is
the arrangement of a vaudeville circuit
that can afford to play a high grade of
at the Gift Store
This season's Leather Goods, of which we
have a vast assortment of exclusive things.
If you have in mind the purchase of a wed
ding gift, you'll choose to the satisfaction of al'
if you chose here.
Our silverware stock is a special feature.
And we do fine engraving of wedding sta
tionery. W. T. HIXSON CO.
"Ike Gift House of the Southwest"
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fvmlufa' mr3 made good because it is made well.
lLV'fjvLI n more stores than any brand-n
lcSiS town' n. every case and aHead in
tfvjM every case-
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vaudeville. At Phoenix they play a
' much better grade of acts than we liave
been getting here and with a new
, vaudeville house going up in Globe and
J with Bisbee and Tucson we will be in
pretty good shape in a f ew months., to
j plav real acts.
; "I expect that as soon as L- M. Craw-
ford gets here from the north, to close
matters so that the Crawford will be
If as many had
believed in Henry
George, the man.
George, tne cigar, he
would have been chief
of the nation just as the
the central booking point.. lor in the
two weeks' trial that we had there with
vaudeville we found that the patronage
vrax wnruf. un of the best theatergoers of
I T!l Pnsn. All 1ia towns are ready to
sign the agreement and a meeting wall
be called in El Paso iu June for thd
be good and write him a letter.
POINDEXTER DENIES REPORTED
WITHDRAW Ali FROM RACE
Dallas, Tex., April 27. Judge Wil
liam Poindexter, of Cleburne, guber
natorial candidate, conferred with po
litical friends here today. The con
ference gave rise to the report that he
might withdraw from the race, but the
judge insists Ms visit here is purely
of a business nature and that he will
not retire. He said he has 20,000 names
on the Poindexter club rolls and that
he believes he Is the leading candidate.
He will resume campaigning Thursday.
SANTA ROSA BANKER GOES TO
TUCiniCARIj WOMEN" ENTERTAIN
Santa Rosa, N. M., April 27. The
women of the Santa Rosa Literary club
entertained at the home of Mrs. C. E.
McGlnnis in honor of Mrs. H. B, 7?nes,
who leaves for her new home in Ta
cumcari, where Mr. Jones has been
elected president of the First National
Mrs. E. R. Wright and little daughter
have gone' to Tucumcarl, where they
will join Mr. Wright, who is attending
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jones entertained
a party of friends at their home.
Miss Grace Baldwin and Miss Grace
Phillips; of Los Tanos, are visiting in
3IAEPA CATTLE SOLD; ATJTOS
PURCHASED PERSONAL NOTES.
Marfa, Texas. April 27. Holmes &
Gartwright have shipped 15 cars of
cattle to western markets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Brown have re
turned from San Antonio, where they
went in response to a telegram an
nouncing the serious Illness of their
daughter, Etta, who Is attending
hoarding school in that city. They re
port Miss Etta out of danger.
Miss Brent Niccolls is teaching the
fifth and sixth grades during the ab
sence of Mrs. Niccolls.
Dr. Midkiff, Tom Mitchell and L. W.
Roberts have purchased new automo
Mrs. Robert Greenwood and Miss
Evelyn have returned from El Paso.
3 BOO MINERS ARE
41 BURNED IN MINE, -fr
4. London, England, April 27. 4-
4 Five hundred miners were en- 4
tombed today at Tyny, Bedu
4 colliery, in Wales, as a result of
$ the breaking down of the cage
machinery. The managers are
Ji endeavoring to make connection
4 with the -miners through another
shaft hair a mile distant.
SUPPOSED 3IURDERED TEXAS
CATTLEMAN SEEN LX LOUISIANA.
New Orleans, La., April 27. A dis
patch from Many, La., today, says A.
J. Poteet, a Texas cattleman who re
cently disappeared" near there, was
seen" on a T. & N. O. train by district
attorney Morris, of Shelby county. It
was believed Poteet had been murdered.
"W. H. Loretz, "E. "J. Peterson and
"W. C. TVhite have beeli appointed jury
commiss loner for the May term of the
34th district court and "Wednesday
were engaged in selecting jurors to
serve during the term.
it-very Womans Hair
Should Be Beautiful
(From Style and Fashion, New York.)
"Beautiful, glossy and lustrous hair
is irirhin the reach, of every woman -who
will only try," said lime. LejClaire, the
French beauty specialist, today.
"By tiring; I mean she must use in
telligence as well as be willing to put
forth the physical effort required. If
your hair is dull, brittle, dry and
streaked, it means that you are not tak
ing intelligent care of it.
"Stop your scrubbing, rubbing and
rinsing. Soap and water shampoos only
give you a headache, keep you indoors
the better part of a day, and expose
you to catching cold.
"Every woman who wants abundant,
lustrous hair should use a dry sham
poo. Mix four ounces of powdered orris
root with four ounces of therox. Sprin
kle about a tablespoonful of this mix
ture upon the head: then brush the
powder thoroughly through the hair.
"This cleanses the scalp and hair and
gives the hair a beautiful glossj' lustre
in addition to making it light and
fluffy. Therox encourages the growth
Pure Rye Sour Mash
Belle of Peoria
Bottled in bond, 100
proof and guaranteed
oy the U. S. govern
ment for its purity.
"We also carry straight
two stamp whiskies in
barrel, tax paid;
Clarke's Pure Hje,
' Sour Mash, E. T). C.
Bourbon and Kicka
iFi-ee case bottled in
- - bond with every bar
rel order. Send for
our piice list.
Distillers Brokerage Co.
Vaughn, N. M.
You'll be surprised at
the results you will get
from a small want, rent
or for sale ad in The
Herald. Will not cost
more than 25 e to 50c.
phone Bell 115, Auto
1115 and tell the girl.
For Women, ankle straps and ox
fords in patents, tan and Md
Dry Farming and Sub-Irrigation
to Be Tried Valen
tine News Notes.
Valentine, Tex., April 27. The Val
entine Development company lias pur
chased land three-quarters of a mile
from the main line of the Southern Pa
cific, and also a tract joining the town
site section of Valentine which is now
being platted into town lots. The price
TVUS fi.9 PCI dtlC. rf
The company will develop the large
tract by putting In a model suDirnga
tion farm and also a model dry farm
under the Campbell system.
-nr n Vimk f Durham. Kans.. the
manager, has studied subirrigation and t
the Campbell system thoroughly, and
Is capable of making a scienuiic iebi
of both lines of farming. The larger
nnrr nf this section will be opened up
as an experiment farm under the Camp- !
t. ji . CnUoKln trrain nnfl frUltS
for (this district -will be thoroughly ,
tested out as to yields and profits un- j
der the Campbell method.
Professor H. C. Campbell, who has i
visited Valentine and has examined the
proposition, endorses the plans of the
company and assures good results. j
Will RHUe Chile. J
The s,eason for planting being well
nronpori ATr. Trunk is -.nlanning on
planting in June, between 150 to 200
acres into the chile Dean, xms is a.
staple and profitable crop for this dis
trict, from actual results obtained here
under dry farming methods rwo years
The subirrigation farm will have
an adenuate well and pumping equip
ment to keep the alfalfa orchards, gar
dens and grain in good condition, ana
to demonstrate what subirrigation will
do under this soil and climatic condi
tions. Besides developing this , prop
erty, one of -the purposes of the com
pany is to acquire the subirrigation
natent rights for this district. All
stockholders "will be permitted to instal
without paying a royalty, but it is j
pianned that tnis royalty wm ue
charged on a very economical basis to
those wishing to instal this subirriga
tion system, but who are not members
of the stock company.
The building of the Valentine Drug
company is nearlng completion.
The R. D. McAnelley warehouse
building located on Railroad avenue,
will be ready for occupancy in two
weeks. An acetyline gas plant will be
The Holland ranch has been leased
by L- M. Stroud, of Alpine. "Mr. Stroud
will move his family to Valentine soon.
R. I. Peek, of Monday, Tex., is here
attending to his property interests.
TV. L. Case has completed a, well 350
feet deep for S. E. Bunton. An abund
ance of water was struck at 250 feet.
TV. T. .Tom's, a. ranchman livinsr near
Valentine, has received by express 50 '
pure Drea wnite legnom ciucK-ens iroiu
a Dallas firm. Although only one day
old when they left Dallas, .they ar
rived here in good condition. None have
died since their removal to the ranch.
The cold storage plant is now in
PRISONERS TO PEN
Seven, Including Boy, Are to
Serve Time Ronqnillo
In the 31th district court "Wednes(ia
morning judge James R. Harper im
posed sentences' upon several prisoners
who have been prevlouslj convicted in
Jose Ronquillo, sentenced to serve
seven years in the penitentiary on a
charge of assault to rob. had his sen
tence mspended pending an appeal of
The other sentences were Robert Rod
riguez, theft; two years. Manuel Lo
pez, burglary, two years. Emmett "Win
ters, burglary, four years; Jose Cadenaj
assault with Intent to murder, two
years. Francisco Barron, burglary, two
years, and Frank Debonna, burglary,
who withdrew his plea for appeal and
was sentenced to serve five years.
Cases against Carlos Carreon and
Luis Velarde, charged with burglary
and theft, were dismissed.
When Esmundo Sanchez, a thirteen
yearold Mexican " boy, charged with
theft, was sentenced to spend throe
years in the school for the training of
Juveniles, he asked if he would be
and here are some Oxford values for
For Men in patent. leather, tan calf,
vici and dull calf in several new
$3. SO and $4.00
sent with the little boys. "When as
sured that he would -be, he seemed
pleased and with tears In his eyes prom
ised district attorney Howe he would
be good and white him a letter.
MATCHES AND PETROLE11I
START FIRE IX JUAREZ
Tire in the store of Ketelsen & De
gatau at 3 o'clock "Wednesday morning
caused great excitement in Juarez. Af
ter a hard battle the police fire depart
ment under direction of commandante
Ponce de Leon, extinguished the
flames. Matches and a quantity of pe
troleum stored in the same .room is
held accountable for the blaze. The
loss was slight.
SANTA FE 3IAY AIiIiOW
$4,000,000 WAGE INCREASE
Galveston. Tex., April 27. Report3
reached here today that the Santa Fe
system is preparing to -advance the
wages of all unorganized labor on its
lines. The increase will be five or six
percent. There are about llj600men
employed on the Gulf, Colorado & Santa
Fe, of which the greater part are un
organized. The Increase will amount
to about $4,000,000 annually.
Erie Choate, senior member of tha
firm of Choate, Cooper & Co., an
nounces his engagement to Mrg. Marie
Picard. Mrs. Picard is well known
in El Paso, having been soloist at one
of the leading churches here.
Physicians Say: wDoHt Use PoIsosohs
The extravagant claims . recently
made by unscrupulous manufacturers
of hair removers in sensational Adver
ments unquestionably justify physi
cians in cautioning the public against
the use of this class of depilatories.
How many people have been enticed
into using these dangerous preparations
with consequent Injury to themselves,
cannot be estimated, but only guessed
The preparations above referred to
are invariably in the formx of creamy
pastes, which are to be spread upon
the skin to remain until they dry.
These contain Sulphide of Barium, an
insoluble chemical, which cannot be
dissolved, therefore cannot be absorbed
by the skin. The very fact that you
are told to leave these pasty com
pounds on the skin until they dry and
cake and then lift off with, a Tcnife, is
proof positive that they are not ab
sorbed. If they are, why do they still
remain on the skin? The most they can
possibly do Is to remove the surface
hair, which in consequence will reap
pear stronger and thicker after eaeh
There Is only one logical and scien
tific way to remove haii. and that is
by means 'of a liquid containing sol
uble ingredients which can be absorbed
by the skin. De Miracle, known all the
world over as the only real superfluous
hair remover, is just such a prepara
tion. It i easily and quickly absorbed,
and after you have used it you will
note there ts nothing left on the skin.
It leaves the skin free from irritation,
and what is more to the point, it is
absolutely non-poisonous, therefore it
will not produce eczema or blood pois
oning. Remember, no matter what
claims are made to the contrary, no
poisonous, pasty compound or other
worthless concoction can reach the
hair root and we can prove it.
Beware of the fake free advertisers
and o there. Don't be'' deceived by them.
Better take a dc-rtor's advice: De Mir
acle is sold by Kelly & Pollard. "We
will send you a. 5? page booklet con
taining full information concerning this
remarkable treatment, as well as tes
timonials of prominent physicians, sur
geons, dermatologists, medical journals
and the principal magazines. You
should read this booklet before you try
anything. Write to the De Miracle
Chemical Co.. Dept. 135, 1905 Park ave
nue. New York, simply saying you
want this booklet, and it wilt be
mailed, sealed, at once-
K. AV. 3IAGX5TOS,
G. & J. TIRES,
AVntE OR WRITE.
Shipments made same day order received.
If It's made we have it
THii STURGES COMPANY
JOBBERS AND DISTRIBITORS.
No man who has even
the least particle of
pride in his personal
appearance can af
ford to ignore our
claim of vast super
both as to qualities
We have the nicest
line tjris season we
have ever shown.
ENGINEER FINDS XOTS OF
SNOW ON RIO GRANDE
H. J. Gault, engineer of the reclama
tion service, returned Tuesday :frcm
Taos county, New Mexico, and says that
there is lots of snow in the (mountains
and he contends the prospect for "wa
ter good. Tiie fruit trees in that sec
tion 'of the territory have not been In
jured by frost as yet he stated.
Here Are 6
The Girl From His
Town $ 1 35
Ey Marie Van. Vorst ...
The Day of-
Souls 'J $ 35
By Chas. T. Jackson . . .
The Kingdom of
Swords S "I 35
j By Hallie Rives
Mrs. Halion $ -I 20
By E. F. Benson j
Case- $ "j 35
By EUery BT. Clark JL
Trait $ 1 35
il By James Oliver Curwood X
Ore 108 Mesa
PLENTY Of IT--
PASO PURE MiLK
There is mere food value in one quart
of 131 Paso Pure Milk than there Is la
one pound of the 'choicest portcrhouss
steak. El Paso Pure Milt is pure milk.
It comes rotn Inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilised
Ei Paso Dairy Co.,
Phone: Bell 340; Ant 113.
Office 313 X. Orasra.
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5'ORINK MILK DRINK
323 San Aatoalo St El Paie.