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Our Summer Sale of Ready-to- Wear
Surpasses in Interest Any Similar Sale
El Paso women -who demand tne best in stylish apparel naturally come to us the
garment specialists of El Paso. This is the initial week of our Summer Sale of
Seady-to-Wear, and we are offering the strongest inducements en the most
varied andliandsomest assortments of garments to be seen in El Paso. As ex
amples, we mention the three following items:
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Worth to $32. SO
"We har too many silk dresses, so we are offering
this week dresses worth to $32.50 at choice for
$39.50. Thjpse are the very highest type silk
dresses or taffeta, foulard, pongee and novelty
figured silks. Some are simple tailored effects,
others are trimmed in fine lace and exquisite hand
embroidery. Dresses that should
sell up to $32.50; priced this week. . .
Extra SpeciaI--$5 Dresses $2.95
Women's Dresses some made of gheer materials
and trimmed with lace some made of linen and
intended for "general utility" dresses. Color
range embraces white, lavender, blue, pink and
other summer shades. Prices range $5.00 and up.
Extra Special, for Summer Sale of d O Q gf
Ready-to-Wear tp. &D
The number of these dresses is limited tve suggest early selection.
$17.50 Linen Suits A "Correct99 Corset
and Dresses $9.95
A' Word About
New things in dress accessories are
coming in by- every express. Be
sure and see the manv "Chaaite-
eler" styles in neckwear, belts,
bags and parasols. We suggest
dainty accessories as graduation
gifts. Nothing will be more ap- 3
The suits are Russian blouse ef
fects and -long rolled collar styles,
with different length coats. Some
are embroidery trimmed, others
plain. The dresses are mostly
Russian effects, some have Dutch
neck and short sleeves. The color
range includes rwbke. blue, laven
der, pink, helio, gray, reseda, rose,
wisteria and natural. Prices range
regularly up to $17.50; sale price
this week is
Getting a "correct" corset that is
at the same time comfortable is
merely a matter of coming to our
Dorset Section. We carry lRed
f ern Whalebone' ''Warner's Rust
- Proof." "Bon Ton,"' "Royal Wor
cester," "Lily of 'France." and the
new front laced corsets the "Mo
dart."' These makes are the best
in America today. Whichever one
you select will give absolute satis
faction. Keep in mind that our Oorset Sec
tion is in charge of an expert, who
knows just what make and model
of corset you ought to wear.
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El Paso's Only Exclusive Ready-to-Vear Store
JTTSTMENT OF BATES
that Texas railroads are maintaining
rates favoring Texas cities, which un
justly discriminate against Louisiana
points, Shreveport especially, attorney
general Guion today forwarded to the
tions requesting a readjustment of the
Louisiana rates that they niav corres
pond with those of Texas. The roads
involved are the Texas & Pacific. St.
Lcuis & Southwestern, the M., K. & T.,
Texas Southern, Houston & Shreveport,
Attorney General Ghargesl
Texas Hailroads With DiS- f-jirbeT'state commerce commission jpeti- Santa Fe, Houston. East '& West Texas
New Orleans, La-, May 4. Charging
25 Cents a Pound
C S. PICKBELL, Mgr.
;206 UT. Oregon St. Pioae 347
No man who has even
the least particle of
pride in his personal
appearance can af
ford to ignore our
xjlaim of vast super-
fv 'ibrity in
hoth as to qualities
"We have the nicest
line this season we
tve aver snown.
Prefer presents that are useful as
well as decorative.
There is nothing more useful than
something for the Buffet or Table
We are showing some exception
ally new and attractive pieces in
Sterling Silver and
W. T. Hkson Co.
"The Gift House of the Southwest"
LAS CRUCES AND
Mesilla Valley Chamber of
Commerce Holds Meeting.
Will Visit College.
Las Cruces. X. M., May 4 The Me
silla Valley chamber of commerce held
its regular monthly meeting- Tuesday
night In the armory, but on account of
the Elks' ball and the W. 1. A, con
cert, the attendance was small, there
being only 20 present
Secretary Coleman made a full report
of the Tvork done by the chamber dur
ing the past month, sho-wing that it is
in good shape for a strong campaign
of advertising this summer, the results
from "which are expected In the early
fall and -winter.
A large list of publications, booklets
and bulletins has been obtained, and are
being prepared by thechainber for dis
tribution. A partial report "was given by the
secretary as to the financial condition
of the chamber -which shows that con
siderable of the outstanding indebted
ness had been -wiped out.
W. A. Sutherland, on behalf of the
alumni of the A. & M. college, extended
a specific Invitation to the chamber as
a body and to the members individually
to attend a meeting of the alumni dur
ing the commencement exercises which
will be held during the closing week of
the present college term.
Come to most people and cause many
troubles, pimples, boils and other
eruptions, besides loss of appetite, that
tired feeling, biliousness, indigestion
The sooner 3ou get rid of them the
better, and the way to get rid of them
and to build up the system is to take
The Spring Medicine par excellence
as shown by unequaled, radical and
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
ror 10c Muscat u
argument of the case. It is expected
that the case will go to the Jury before
closing of conrt today.
FOE COMING- MEET
Trvout "Wednesday Will De-
temiine A. & M. Eepre-
Agricultural College, N. M., May 4.
The federation track meet will be held
Saturday and the track men are out
training every evening.
In preparation, there will be a try
out on Wednesday afternoon for the
pole Tault, 100 yard dash, 440 yard dash
and broad jump. The men -winning in
these tryouts will represent the college
in these events in the federation meet.
On Saturday night the annual mili
tary ball will be given in Hadley hall.
The T. M. C. A. Is planning to put on
a vaudeville show to raise money to
send delegates to the conference at
Cascade, Colo, early in June-
The last choir practice of the year
will be held at the T. M. C. A. build
ing tonight to prepare for tlte annual
LAS CRUCES NEWS XOTES.
X.as Cruces, X. M.. May 4. W. "W. Cox
and daughters, Misses Blanche, Lena
and Laura, came in yesterday In their
auto, San Augustine.
Tomas Fountain, brother of A. J.
Fountain, who has made his home in
Mexico for the past 10 or 12 years, is
back home with a prospect of again
settling in the Mesilla vallej-.
Mrs. S. A. Faulkner has a beauti
ful yard of roses of Tery fine varieties
which she is selling at 50 and 75-cents
the dozen. Delivers can be had in
El Paso two, hours from cutting.
Nestor Armljo, who has been quite
sick for several weeks, is reported to
As nsual the Elks had a large at
tendance and a good time at their dance
last night in Elks hall.
Mrs. Lucy Bear, sister of Mrs. Rob
ert Dross, left this forenoon for her
home in Los Angeles, after several
weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dross ac
companied her as far as El Paso.
C. R. Phillippa went down to El Paso
this forenoon on business.
Engineer George Mailing is down in
the Anthony district today surveying.
LAS CRTJCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces. X. M., May 4. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: C. TT. M033, El Paso;
R. J. Murphy, El Paso; George T. Jones,
El Paso; F. M. Curzen, El Paso; G. H.
Merriw,eather, Denver; C. L. Huff, El
Paso; Tt. J. Snowden, Albuquerque; A.
M. Hemmingway, El Paso; A. J. Roosa,
Chicago; Mrs. O. J. Vclron. Clifton; P.
REPORT OF WORK
(Continued from Page One.)
Wnich sell regularly for 20e, this Teek only 10c
We have instructed our shippers to sendus an
extra good lot of berries this week. Place your or
ders in advance and you will bev sure and gefc them.
Only 10c Per Box
DON'T TAKE A SPRING- TONIC
' Eat Perndell Asparagus instead. It is one of Na
ture's tonics. Each stalk of Femdell Asparagus
is white, meltingly tender and luscious. Itrs easy
to prepare. It's tempting and delicious.
40c Per Can
CONFIDENCE When eating, that your food is
of highest wholesonieness, that it has nothing in it
that can injure or distress you, makes the repast
doubly comfortable and satisfactory. This su
preme confidence you will enjoy when you buy
from this house whose goods are
FAMOUS FOR QUALITY
210-212 Texas St.
IN MURDER TRIAL
See our display of beautiful Mexican Elags for
Cineo de Mayo decorations.
As these flags were left from the Taft-Diaz cele
bration, we are in position to make them to you at
Attorneys Make Arguments
in Guadarama Case at
Las Cruces, X. M.. May 4. The clos
ing testimony In the trial of David
Guadarama, charged with the murder of
Ignacio Pena on the night of March
C, was introduced Tuesday evening. It
was -the seventh day of the trial. District
attorney Llewellyn addressed the jury,
stating the case and reviewing tne tes
timony when court adjourned till 9
oclock this morning at which tlme tne
attorneys for the defence took up the
Meat (in addition to free orders)
Towels and pillow caEes. -. ..
No Trouble to Have
(From the Chicago Inter Ocean.)
A well known Xew York society wo
man, renowned for the exquisite loveli
ness of her hair. Is reported to have
said: "I attribute the abundance and
glossiness of my hair to the fact that
my hairdresser never uses v.-ater on my
head. She usea only a dry shampoo,
sifting it evenly over my head and then
brushing it thoroughly brushing It un
til all the powder is removed.
"She says wetting takes the life and
color out of the hair and leaves it dull
and brittle. In reply to my inquiry she
told me she made the shampoo herself
simply mixing 4 ounces of therox with
4 ounces of powdered orris root. She
explains that the orris root cleanses,
while the therox keeps the hair light
and fluffy and retains its natural color."
The new razor that combines the advantages of all others oora
open blade and "Safety," and eliminates all their faults.
It cannot cut you cannot ssrape or pull but shaves you correc-lv
and with perfect safety. .iy
The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor, Safety Guard
Stropping Attachment and six double-edged, hollow-ground blades of the
?li;em-p?Jed steel: a11 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-PAYNE ARMS 0$.
That's the Way to Pro
nounce HYOMEI, the
As doubt exists in the minds of many
readers of The Herald let us say that
the above is the proper pronunciation
of America's most wonderful catarrh
Kelly & Pollard sells HYOMEI in El
Paso and you can get an indestructible
Inhaler, a bottle of HYOMEI and full
instructions for use, for only $1.00. Aft
er you own a HYOMEI Inhaler you can
always get an extra bottle of HYOMEI
for only 50 cents.
And if it falls to cure acute or chron
ic catarrh, asthma, 'Dronhcitis, croup,
hay fever or coughs and colds, he will
give you your money back. The per
son who suffers from catarrh after such
an offer as that, must like to snuffle,
spit and wheeze, and be generally dis
gusting. Breathe HYOMEI. tt gives relief in
five minutes; it cures in a short time,
and Mrs. W. H. rilliams, of Milan,
Mich., is glad to say so. She says:
"I had a bad case of catarrh and se
vere cold in my head for a long time.
The membranes and glands around
my eyes and nose were badly swollen,
inflamed, and were sre to touch. Using
several remedies without any benefit, I
was advised to try HYOMEI. Upon
using this remedy I was soon cured
of the catarrh trouble and am pleased
to reepmmend HYOMEI."
HYOMEI is sold by druggists every
where and by Kelly & Pollard, who
guarantee it. Mail orders filled,
charges prepaid, by Booth's Hyomei o.,
Buffalo, X. Y.
TotaI -, $124.83
A request for rags for rug weaving
was responded to. Generous donations
of clothing have been made, but we
Family Cared For.
The McDonald family in East El Paso
that had been under our care since
Christmas, the father tubercular, the
mother part of the time in St. Mark's
hospital, left for Pennsylvania last
week, where relatives will taker charge
of them. The expense for transpor
tation, tourist sleepers, lunches,
amounted to $86.40, of which the coun
ty paid $55.55. necessitating an outlay
of $30.85 from our fund. The exigen
cies of the case made us divert from
our absolute rule not to pay transpor
tation charges. "We trust this sad but
very deserving case is closed, but you
can never tell.
During the past month a very pathe
tiic case of our early days, about six
years ago, has come up again, which
many of you will remember. A white"
girl of 9 or 10 years, child of a mother
dying of consumption and of a drunken,
worthless father, was cared for by a
kind neighbor, who happened to be a
Mexican woman and a negro man. Mrs.
Eddy, then president of our associa
tion took the child into her home until
a place in the Boyle Heights convent in
Los Angeles was found for her kept up
a correspondence for some years, until
letters and presents remained unan
swered. Lately we received several let
ters from the girl's father, very con
vincing letters, he begs for his daugh
ter, trlshes to see her, or at least her
picture and to know what has become
of her. He claims to have refotmed.
The answers to inquiries into his char
acter sent from the Los Angeles police
are Only half way satisfactory. "We have
so far been unable to locate the girl,
now 16 years of age.
Lincoln Parle Case."
Another case deserving of sympathy
and help concerns a family in Lincoln
Park. A woman of 50, living In a tent
with five grandchildren betwefen the
ages of 2 and 8 years. The father, be
fore succumbing to the fatal sickness
that seems to be at the root of all
poverty and misery in El Paso, had im
plored his mother to keep the children
together. His wife Invested the little
life Insurance, which he had left them,
unwisely and at a total lbss.
She rarely sees her children, no one
seems to know'where she is nor what
she is doing. The grandmother, a
cheerful, good woman, has been earn
ing a precarious living by sweeping
a school building for $6.00 a month and
taking in washing; she lost her cus
tomers during a period of sickness
among her children, being dropsical
and very heavy, makes her work dou
bly hard. She asked no help, but was
reported by neighbors who had as
sisted them. We shall continue to look
after them and to help along this
woman who is so willing to help her
self. Respectfully submitted,
Mrs. E. Kohlberg, chairman.
Mrs. Dave Payne,
Mrs. Will Race.
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Loose Leaf Books
in manv styles.
Letter and Bill Files
Filing Cabinets, modem
office devices, are im
portant business wea
pons. Let ns show yon
methods for saving in
ASK YOTJE GEOCEK
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Pasoy Texas.
I I REPAIRING,
Fred M, Bagge
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to Ellis Bldg.
110 S. Oregon
Ellis Bros. Printing Co.
v For El Paso and vfclnitj: Tonight and
Thursday partly cloudy; warmer to
niRht. For New Mexico: Tonight and Thurs
day partly cloudy, with local showers
north and east portion tonight or Thurs
day. For "West Texas: Tonigh and Thurs
day partly cloudy: warmer tonight ex
cept in southeastern portion.
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
BUILDING XEW ROAD
FROM GATESVnXE, TEX.
"Waco. Tex., May 4. Twelve car3 of
steel and many cars of ties passed
through here today over the Cotton
Belt, en route to Gatesville for the ex
tension of the line from Gatesville to
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 10O1
Will be up right awajv
Careful men- Beasonable price.-
116 SAIJ FRANCISCO ST.
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I 108 Mesa 1
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EL PASO PlRE-fofJLK
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is la
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure MilJc Is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and Is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilised
EI Paso Dairy Co.,
Phones: Bell 340; Auto H58.
Office 313 N. ttTecaa.
El Paso Pasteur Insfiiuie
For Preventive Treatment
325 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res- 345T
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