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TEACH RULES OP COURTING.
Japaxese Secondary Schools 2S"ow Teacli
The Japanese, quick to imitate and
equally quick to originate, have added
"courtship" as a special course in the j
girls" secondary schools of the empire, j
From the limited information vre have i
secured concerning the character of the J
new study it might be regarded as a i
series of "Donf's." The Japanese girls
axe told that no well bred maiden will i
give her photographs to her admirers i
If the admirers offer theirs she will '
refuse them. Should a maiden have
the misfortune to fall in love before .
she is engaged, she must cairecully con- '
ceal the humiliating fact and keep in
mind that a proposal of marriage can
never come from her the very sugges
tion of such boldness being an of- j
fence to maidenly dignity. :
Quite likely the game of courtship as j
playeft In Japan would be voted tame
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feet oh. the Rio Gallinas, one of Ne-rr Mexico's fiaest Tront streams. Coinbin
Ina; Ashing;, ridias? and other amusements and modern conveniences with the
sarsral advantages of pure Trater, cool, balm laden mountain breezes and
deliffhtfal scenery In the great Pecos National Park of Pine forests, It Is the
Ideal place for those seeking rest and recreation. Eighteen miles from Ias
Vegas, stage, mall and telephone service. Send for booklet. Rates $10.50 a
vreek, $2.60 a day.
Solid Silver Mounted Lemonade Pitchers
On Monday we will place on sale this
pitcher that we regularly retail for $4.00.
These are high grade glass and a rich
and handsome pattern, and really good
value. We have bought these especially
for our sale and those desiring a beautiful
and useful gift will find it to their ad
vantage to get one. They will make
very desirable wedding presents, too.
Mail orders will be filled at above prices,
express charges collect.
"The Gift Honsse of tho Southwest"
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LOT 1 $.4.50 Suits $2.95
LOT 2 7.50 Suits 4.85
LOT 3 9.50 Suits 5.05
LOT 4 11.50 Suits . . . . . 7.854
by the girls of the western nations.
According to the Japanese rules it
would seem to be a decidedly one-sided
amusement. The three little maids from
school, and all the other little Japanese
maids. Mimosa San and her wistaria
decked sisters, are expected to stand
around in demure poses and wait for
the condescending Nanki Poos to no
tice their modest existence. There is
no chance for an assisted providence
in the matter not if the advice of
the stern mentor of the girls second
ary schools is heeded. Surely, this
would never suit the American girl. In
this land of ours courtship is a sport
which two must play it isn't a game
solitaire. Nor does it seem possible to
make it a public study. It may be
well enough to say don't do this and
don't do that, but you can't base a
study on warnings alone. At least you
can't In free America. And that's why
we are inclined to look upon the
"courtship" as a subject for innocent
Send For Catalog.
big price concession, a
suits. Ihis purchase -with what we already
had gives us entirely too many linen suits. This
overstocked condition enables us to offer you
Monday and Tuesday the biggest bargains ever
offered in linen suits. A linen suit of some
kind is a summer necessity, so buy it Monday
400 Suits on Sate Monday
"We will pla'ce on sale Monday morning 400 suits. Special prices are
for Monday and Tuesday only, for the reductions are so great that
we think our stock will be sufficiently reduced by Tuesday even
ing. Every favored model and every possible shade is offered. And
every suit is up to the "White House standard. Take the most inex
pensive one in the sale examine it carefully. You will find that
it has been carefully designed, that the material is excellent, in
short, that the suit is well worth every cent of its original price. You
will find in the following special lots linen suits, linene suits, rep
and pique suits. Any selection that you make will prove highly
LOT 9 $25.00 Suits $16.85
LOT 10 29.50 Suits 19.85
In addition to these 10 special lots, we call
special attention to ttie fact that higher
priced garments worth from $30 to $150
show substantial reductions for Monday and
t ' " - 1- 1 ,
CONSCRIPTION IN ENGLAND.
Safety From Invasion Rests With
In common with the other advocates
of conscription, Lord Roberts has ex
aggerated fears of invasion. In fact,
the whole case, such as it is, for com
pulsory service in this country rests
"upon the possibility of an enemy landing-
on our shores, "says the London
Chronicle. Whether Invasion is pos
sible is a naval and not a military
problem. Now, notoriously the best
naval opinion Is against Lord Roberts'
views. Given our retention of com
mand of the sea, and the British navy
will be able to deal effectually with
any invading host, come it whence it
may. A surprise raid by a force of
70,000 to 100,000 men is conceivably
possible. But, as admiral Sir John
Hopkins told the Norfolk commission,
such a force would be "swallowed up"
in this country. Our safety from in
vasion depends not on a conscribed
militarj- force, but on a predominant
navy. As conscription is not needed
for home defence, there is no reason
at all for its existence, for conscript
soldiers cannot be constrained to serve
Much is often said about the physica
advantages of military service. That
there is much physical and moral de
terioration among- our urban popula
tion cannot be denied. The remedy for
it is not compulsory soldiering, which
might even aggravate-the disease. For
real amelioration we must go to the
root causes. The chief of these are
drink and gambling. Far more good
would be done by warring against
these evils than by scares about
Imaginary "invaders." But this is war-j
fare in which we shall get no help'
from the house of lords and the jin
goes. Benumbed by drink, with no
higher ideal than a "flutter" on a horse
race, the residuum of our great towns
can always be relied upon to vote tory,
and the whole crowd of publicans, bet
ting men and tipsters is permanently
brigaded on the side of the reaction
aries. Even with these allies the advo
cates of conscription will not prevail,
for the system is utterly repugnant to
MINERS GET WAGE INCREASE.
Forth Worth, Texas, May 7. Prac
tically accepting the conditions asked
by the miners, the Texas & Pacific Coal
company, tho largest Texas operators,
today submitted a proposition to the
scale committee. Other Operators do
not cqneur in the proposal, but believe
they will agrte if the terms proposed
are accepted by the miners. The terms
have not been divulged, but it is said to
be practically an increase of five cents
as was demanded.
HE ever increasing popularity
of the Bitters .proves its value. ;
For over 56 yars it has given sat
isfaction in cases of Stomach and
Bowel troubles. Try a bottle of
I Huff CELEBRATeD Efc.
IS H STOMACH
ji 1 BETTER W
great number of linen
13.50 Suits 8.95
16.50 Suits 9.95
19.50 Suits 12.95
22.50 Suits 14.95
$7.50 Linen Dresses'
Women's Jumper Dresses,
all pure linen, white and
'colors. Particularly well
made, neatly finished dress
es. Why the linen in one of
these dresses is -worth as
much as we ask for the
whole dres3! Prices range
rejrularlv $5.00 to S7.50:
choice, Monday and Tues
NO CONCERT ON
Band Will Play Tuesday.
Fort Band to Play Mon
There will be no concert In the plaza
Sunday, afternoon. The next concert
will be Tuesday evening.
Monday from 5:30 to 6:30 Uhe 23rd in
fantry band will play at Vort Bliss.
Following will be the program for the
TWo-step "Hottentot Love Song". .Hein
Overture "Barber of Seville".. Rossini
"Spanish Fandango".. Binns
Selection "Wang". . .". .".". . Morse
"Always" (song) u ..... Bowers
"American Ptftfol" . . Meacham
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
EIVER IS EISING-
ABOVE HERE AG-AIN
Is Stationary at El Paso.
Bank Is Being Cut Be
Advices received from Engle Saturday
morning by the reclamation service
state that while the river is five-tenths
of a foot off from the hignest vc'.nt fi
the late freshet, the gage kt that point
shows a slight rise of the river since
Friday. The rise is probably due to
renewed hot weather above.
The rirer at El Paso is the same
that it was Thursday and Friday 15.6.
A report tvas telephoned The Herald
Friday afternoon that the river Is
cutting into the north bank at a point
about four miles south of the court
house and threatening to take its old
bed at that point.
EDUCATIONAL LEADERS ARE
DIVIDED OVER CANDIDATES
Dr. Editor G:mbrell, Methodist, Is for
Polmlexter and Dr. Br&olcs, Bap
tist, of Baylor, Is for
Dallas, Texas, May 7. Dr. J. H. Gam
brell, editor of the Baptist Standard,
one of the leading denominational pub
lications In Texas, said this afternoon
that he had written an article indors
ing judge William Poindexter for gov
ernor. The announcement of Dr. GambreH'
forthcoming letter was in the nature of
a surprise in political circles here, fol
lowing a speech of Dr. S. P. Broolvs,
president of Baylor university, intro
ducing Cone Johnson recently at Waco.
AT THE MAJESTIC.
The Majestic theater opens tonight
with American and Spanish vaudeville
and musical comedy under the manage
ment of Pres. F. L. Cabello, for a short
summer season. jHe promises the ,pub
lic something especially fine for the
price. The admission will be 10c and
the performance begins at 7 p. m. There
will be a matinee Sunday at 3-30 p. m.
Mexican society will dance Saturday
night at a dress ball In Teatr6 Juarez.
The function is given by tho Casino
Juarez and will begin at 10 olock.
j of the
Paso Bank & Trust Company
at El Paso, State of Texas,
At tie close of business on the 2d day of May, 1910, published in the El Paso
Herald, a newspaper printed and published at El Paso, State of Texas, on the 7th
day of !Mav, 1910-
Loans and Discounts, personal and collateral ? 8S,186.7
Tontia rrvjl ectif - .................. 9,Ooo.0U
Furniture and Fixtures 3,364S
Due from Approved Reserve Agents 31,653.6-
Due from other Bank3 and Bankers, subjecf-fco check 2,87o.76
Gash Items '. '.., 20,414.0
Currency .' 7,743.00
Specie .-. 2,621-39
Other Resources as follows:
Expenses paid ' a n
Interest in Depositrs, Guaranty Fund ' 3,000.00
Cash in Vault 86S-2
Capital Stock Paid in .'. .'..... ...00,000.00
Due to Banks and Bankers, subjeofc to check . . - 8,93o.94
Individual Deposits, subject to check 48,329.9o
Time Certificates of Deposit - 13'05?
Casihier's Checks : - 27..69
Deposits .J- t ' 86S'27
State of Texas,
County of El Paso, -"
Ve, R. M. Turner as President, and A. F. Kerr as Cashier of said bank, each
of us, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of ooir
knowledge and belief. .
R. M. Turner, President.
A. F. Kerr, OasHer.
Sworn and subscribed to before me this 7th day of May, A. D. nineteen
hundred and ten.
Witness my -hand and notarial seal on the date last aforesaid.
W. H. Winter, Notary Public
Correct Attest: Lee H. Crews, ,t ,
F. P. Jones, ' . ' '
Loans and Discounts -.-- $ 97o3"9f
Furniture and Fixtures .-. 3,364.28
Cash and Due from Banks 66,176.11
Expenses paid V o'n aa
Deposited with Guaranty Fund -- ---.-- 3,000.00
Total Resources ...:.. A -.,'- $171,466.45
Capital Stock Paid in '..... i --. $100,000.00
Deposits - 71,466.4o
Total Liabilities .."...: - -K. $171,466.45
A Big Time Is in Store for
the City's Guests, JNext
Bankers -week., will' begin fn El Paso
Monday with the arrival of the Sunset
limited from the east with a. party of
the Texas bankers on board. .
Tho reception committee from the lo
cal banks will meet this and the other
trains from the east and will assist in
the registration and assignment of
rooms. The bankers special trains are
expected in Monday afternoon and will
be met by "all of the El Paso bankers
who make up the reception and enter
tainment committee for the state con
vention of the Texas Bankers" associa
tion. The banquet of the White Way South
ern society will be held at the Zleger
Wednesday evening after .the Country
club dance in honor of the visiting
HOTEL MAX WTLIi
LOOK Eli PASO OVER.
St. Anthony Stockholders to Come Here
anl Consult Tvith El Paso Prop
F. M. Swearlngen, managing director
of the St. Anthony Hotel company at
San Antonio, is expected to arrive here
Monday morning to discuss the El Paso
hotel project with the special hotel com
mittee of the chamber of commerce.
Mr. Swearlngen is urfderstood to be
interested in the hotel situation here
and will make a thorough investigation
of the field for the company he repre
sents. He will be accompanied here by
another member of the hotel company
who was first Interested In the El Paso
hotel project by W. E. Anderson, gen
eral manager of the International Water
company, while In San Antonio.
OFFICERS AT PECOS.
Pecos, Texas, May 7. With a view of
familiarizing themselves with the re
smivpps of west Texas, a number of
the officials and representatives of the
- t t.a -..--.
Popular pkg. 10c
Family size 15c.
Sold by Grocers.
Postum Cereal Co.,
I Some Sweet Day ;
mJlZ V-TT'"" "" f
Postum Cer'Sr? 2TandSsU W0
Missouri-Pacific Iron Mountain railway
are in Pecos City, and are being en
tertained by the local people interested
In the development of this section. The
party is covering the surrounding valley
country; paying especial attention to the
development- fn the Pecos and Toyah
valleys. The party is headed by T. C
Kimber, in charge of the Immigration
bureau of the Gould system, and is com
posed of a number of officials.
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
WIIjIi SPEAK AT DALHART.
Poindexter There May 13 Public recep
tion Planned Fire Boys "Who Sve
Bnildinjc' ReccU e $100.
Dalhart, Texas, May 7. Judge -Pom-dexter,
candidate for governor, is to
speak at Dalhart, Friday, May 13. A
public reception will be held from 4-30
to 6 p. m., followed by speaking at the
opera house at 8:30 p. m. judge Poin
dexter has not decided whether he wil
speak at any other point north of the
Canadian river, although an effort is
being made to secure his presence at
The Trans-Canadian Telephone com
pany has a large force of men at work
setting poles and stringing cable.
George Mattingly, president of the
State Bank of Texllne. Texas, was here.
E. P. Ryan, chief despatcher of the
Rock island, at "Dalhart, has gone to
El Paso on a short vacation.
Nat E. Reynolds, trick dispatcher, has
been appointed chief night dispatcher
for the Rock Island.
Engineer O. P. Amlck, of the Rock
Island, who has been in southern Texas,
has returned to Dalhart and will take
his run at once.
Former chief clerk C. B. Smith of the
Rock Island is back in Dalhart as
chief clerk of the Mountain, Valley &
E. C. Williams, president of the Dal
hart National bank, in consideration of
the work of the Dalhart fire department
in saving the bank building, gave the
fire department boys a $100 bill.
JITRY RETURNS MURDER
VERDICT AT WAXAHACHIT.
Waxahachle, Texas, May 7. After de
liberating 48 hours the jury in the case
of R. K. Kemper, charged with kil'ing
2. D. Pearsons, a x Limestone county
Yon may be served
Then yon will
know what a dain
ty, tempting food
yon have been miss
ing. Every serving
wins a friend
The Memory Lingers"
Ltd., Battle Creek, Midi, j
"We figure out, the hat proposition
about tois way
TJhi3 store "ihats" an increasingly
large number of men each season
The cman who came last season
comes again and brings, his friends
And that's all because the hait he
bought was the right iat.
We put a lot of emphasis on the
fact that the hat carrying with it the
Bryan quality and style guarantee
must b& the satisfactory hat we
know it because we make it so.
Lou? of stores will exchange a hat
for your money, and let you walk
arway with, headgear that's enough to
1 ruin your reputation.
ot so here!
Suppose you begin right now wear
ing the right dnd. of hat. We have a
superior line of
farmer on July 9," 1908, returned a ver
dict of manslaughter, assessing his pun
ishment at threeyea-s in the peniten
tiary; Kemper was constable at the
time of the tragedy-
Removal sale. Snyder Jewelry Co.
lOYE VOTING BOOTHS IN
FORT WORTH SCHOOt, ELECTION
Fort Worth, Texas, May 7. By mov
ing the voting place after being adver
tised elsewhere, fifth ward voters are
practically disfranchised in today's
election here for school board. The re
moval was unavoidable, but there is a
question whether the few votes cast
can be legal- The scores golng to the
place advertised found it rented and
went down town to their usual business,
GOES TO ARREST
Albuquerque, N M., May 7. John W.
Collier lieutenant of mounted police,
left .last night forHillsboro to assist
in arresting a dangerous band of cat
tle rustlers in Sierra county, against
which a number of Indictments were re
turned by the grand 3ury. Trouble is
Talley Cards and Score
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