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Auto Phone 1691
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Osrr Saturday Specials are proving to be such big business bar
gains that we have decided to increase the number considerably
for tomorrow Do not overlook a single item.
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lose
50c a pair
Come and see for yourself. These are pure
silk hose, reinforced heel and toe; $1.00 has
been paid many times for hose- no better
than these. They come in
black only. On sale all day
tomorrow at, per
pair
WAISTS
1 r$r $1 fi
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In addition to the extra special we
call special attention to the beautiful
hose in summer shades that are now
shown 'here. Both silk and lisle to
match the summer costume will be
found in the Hose Section.
:sn oRirts
White Linene "Wash Skirts
at $1.00 is another big Sat
urday special.
50c ana 75c
NECKWEAR
3 for $ LOO
113
The windows will give you full details of this
offer. However, wo will tell you there arc 50
styles to select from. Low necks and short
sleeves are among tJhe models. This is a waist
bargain worth your attention as it will supply
ell your summer needs. The special price is
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The newest neckwear at a
bargain price. You have
choice tomorrow of Stocks,
Jabots, Lace and Embroid
ered Neckwear of all kinds,
SOc and 75c grades at 3 for
Closing Out All Children's
Goods.
In addition to children's hose we
are closing out all other children's
goods. A sweepng reduction of
one-naif will be offered tomorrow
on the following: '
"Rubens" wool vests, sizes 1 to 7.
Prices 45c to 75c.
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
Children's silk vests, sizes 1 to 7.
Prices $1.00 to $1.50.
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
Children's Balbriggan vests and pants. Vests have
long and short sleeves. Pants long and short.
Prices, 30c, 40, 45c and 50c,
TOMORROW 1- PRICE
Swiss ribbed vests and pants for children. Long
and short sleeved vests. Long and short pants.
All sizes. Regular price 35c.
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
Infants' wool bands, regular price 40c,
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
Infants' silk and (wool bands, recrular price 50c,
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
Children's, misses' and boys
hose, also infants' lace sox.
Regular 25c grades. We are
closing them out at choice
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"Ferris" and "Nazareth"
Waists, regular price 25c,
TOMORROW 1-2 PRICE
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EL PASO'S ONLY EXCLUSIVE READY-TO-WEAR STORE
RTVER FAUIXG.
One-ten,th iof an inch, marics tjie
river's drop since Thursday morning's
reading1. The government gage Sri&iy
morning- showed the waters at the 14.8
Inches mark.
CATTLE RECEIPTS
Three consignments ot cattle were
passed through the local port Friday.
Five hundred and 60 head were for J.
TV. Lanier, 714 for K E. Booker and
204 for the Pittman Commission com
TAOS INDIANS ARE
Hyomei Will Cure Catarrh
and Catarrhal Deafness
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El Paso is to have a wireless tele
phone according to the representative
1 of a new new company now In the city,
j Theo. Hanaford, special representa
; tive of the Collins "Wireless Telephone
and Telegraph system, is in the city for
I the purpose of opening local offices
I for the Texas Collins Wireless Tele
1 graph company, and to select a tele
, phone tower site for the receipt, and
i transmission of messages.
i"The wireless as a means of com
munication has passed the experiment
al stage and we are ready to get down
to business. That is what I am here
for," said Mr. Hanaford.
In the short space or four years, Mr.
Hanaford believes, the wire as a trans
mitter of sound, will be releerated to
j the junk heap and the wireless tele
j phone system will be In use between
every city of Importance in the United
States, Mexico and Canada. This will
be brought about through the agency of
separate wireless telephone companies
operating in every state or the union
and through the local companies to be
established in the cities and towns, he
says.
Charles H. Beauchamp, who with as
sociates, built and operated the first
wire telephone system known as an
"Independent" company with eastern
Texas as the field of operation, is the
trustee and treasurer of the proposed
Texas Collins Wireless Telephone and
Telegraph company. He promoted and
built the first interurban electric road
in the state, between Fort Worth and
Dallas, It is claimed.
The Texas company will have a cap
ital stock of $2,000,000. El Paso will be
one of the most Important links in the
Interocean and interrepublre business
of the company as all business for the
republic of Mexico will pass through
this city. Just when the local towers
will be installed, Hanaford is not ready
to state.
Mr. Hanaford will in a few days give
a public exhibition ofthe merits of the
wireless telephone instrument and will
probably rig up an instrument In a lo
cal bank to demonstrate the ability of
the sound waves to penetrate the walls
of a bank vault, he says.
He says he made the experiment on
the G. H. bankers special coming to this
city from Houston for the edification
of the bankers, who talked with, ease
and understanding between the cars of
the train while moving- at a rate of 35
miles an hour.
ALBUQUERQUE SAYS
WATER FOR ALL
(Continued From Page One.)
THE BUSIEST PLACE IN EL PASO, AND WHY?
Because we sell you the best and freshest groceries and
at lower prices than you can get them anywhere in El
Paso. The Only Strictly Cash Grocery in El Paso.
California Strawberries, 3 boxes for 25c
Fresh California Cherries, extra fine, per lb 25c j
Fine fresh Apricots, per lb 12 l-2c j
8 lbs. best new Potatoes for .25c
Large juicy Oranges per dozen. ... 25c, 30c, 40c ;
Valley Asparagus, extra fine, 4 bunches for ". .25c j
Fine Cucumbers, each ! 5c
Fresh Okra, per lb 20c
White silver skin onions, 3 lbs. for 25c j
Valley Peas (sweet and tender) 3 lbs. for 25c j
California Head Lettuce, very best, 2 for 15c j
.Large yellow Dry Onions, 6 lbs. for 25c j
3 lbs. Butter (Blue Eibbon) strictly the best, for.. $1.00 i
Strictly fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 25c
Mountain Park Eggs (never over 4 days old) dozen 40c j
Best quality full Cream Cheese, per lb 20c j
Giobe Flour (48 lb. sack) only $1.75 j
Cream of Wheat Flour (48 lb. sack) 'only $1.75
Globe or Cream of Wheat Flour, 24 lb. sack, only. .90c
Whole Wheat or Graham Flour, 12 lb. sack 80c
4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for 25c
4 large rolls Toilet Paper for 25c
5 gallons best Gasoline for 85c
Large fat Mackerel, only each 10c
The best quality only, Bulk Teas, any kind, per lb . .60c
I Eyster's C O. D. Grocery
LEADERS IK" LOWER PRICES
Deliveries Prompt.
Cor. Kansas and Boulevard
he was surprised ct the mass of misin
formation that they held. After the
facts were set before them, the matter
was seen In a different light, and, in
stead of opposing- the Elephant Butte
dam, they were all in favor of it and
will use their influence to see the
project completed.
"The Victorio Land & Cattle com
pany, through Its attorneys and repre
sentatives, opposed the project and used
the Albuquerque chamber of commerce
for the furtherance of its ends but the
opposition of the people in the surrounding-
counties was based upon a
misunderstanding- of the facts and when
the real facts were placed before them,
they became supporters of the plan,"
said Mr. Galles. "Among: those who de
serve especial mention for their part In
turning- the tide In favor of the dam
are Col. T. S. Hopewell, George Arnet
and John Rankin, of Albuquerque."
If You Are Deaf Catarrh
May Be the Cause.
Did yon Icnow that there is a passage
between the nose and the ear and that
if the destructive germs of catarrh
once wiggle their persistent bodies
through that passage that they are apt
to attadc the ear drum, and cause deaf-sees.
Ky friends, beware of catarrh germs;
If ever there was created a more des
picable, stealthy, sneaky, devilish, de
structive bit of germ life no one has
ever heard of It.
They delight in destroying healthy
tisue and tender membrane, and they
work constantly night and day, all the
time Increasing and multiplying at a
tremendous rate.
If you are deaf or have ringing noises
in the ear breathe Hyomei and notice
the quick relief. Here Is a wonderful
case of deafness cured by Hyomei, (pro
nounce it HIgh-o-me).
"Catarrh bothered ir.,s over a year,
when I became deaf. Then I com
menced to doctor to get red of the deaf
ness. Nothing I used helped me. The
trouble continued until I was advised
to try HyorneL I used Hyomei thor
oughly, for a few weeks, and much to
my surprise the deafness and catarrh
left me entirelj'. Since using this won
derful remedy there has been no return
of the trouble whatever. My hearing Is
good, and there is no catarrhal trouble.
and for this reason I know I have 1
abundant cause for calling Hyomei a
wonderful remedy, and endorsing its
use." Earl Howes 202 Cherry Street, Al
legan, Mich. t
Hyomei is sold by druggists every
where, and by Kelly & Pollard and is
guaranteed to cure catarrh and all nose
and throat diseases, or money back. A
complete outfit, including an indestruc
tible hard rubber inhaler, costs $1.00. The
inhaler will last a lifetime, so if you
need more liquid ask for extra bottle
Hyomei Inhalant, the price is only 50
cents. Mail orders filled by Booth's
Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. T.
lias VcjrnK, ? 31., May 13. A. serlo us imlian outbreak has occurred at the
ancient Taos Pueblo, 70 miles northwest of here.
Juflfre John R. 3IcFie, tyIio is holding: court there, has appealed to gov
ernor 31111s at Santa Fe for troops to prevent a possible massacre.
GOVERXOR. ADVISED.
Santa Fe, X. 31., 3Iny 13. Governor 31111s at noon received a request from
judge 3IcFIc, at Taos, for Ja company of milltin to guard a;rainst the threatened
outbreak at Taos by Pueblo Indians. The Indians yesterday raided homesteads
north of Took; cut fences; drove off cattle and assaulted the wife and children
of a homesteader named L. S. Meyers. The feeling at Taos against the In
dians is Intense. Serious trouble is feared.
RETAIL MERCHANTS PROTEST
AT INSURANCE RATE
The RetaH Merchants' league will
meet Friday evening to discuss with the
local fire insurance agents the question
of insurance rates for El Paso. The in
crease in the rates of the mercantile
risks has caused general discussion
among the merchants carrying large
stocks of goods and an effort will be
made at this meeting to have the city
take action to have the key rate re
duced as low as possible.
AMERICAN" TO BE EXTRADITF.O.
Arthur W. Emey, about 19 years of
age, is held by Juarez police pending
extradition on a charge of horee
stealing. The young man was arrested
by authorities at Guadalupe, and ar
rived Tnursday in the border ctr. Tie
is charged with stealing an animal
valued at $500
Tex owner.
from a San Ange'o
GRAND JURY I3TDICTS.
Three indictments were returned by
the grand jury Friday morning, after
which an adjournment was taken ur
tll next Friday. '
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I Bank
rirst JNationa
$ United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600,600.00
OFFICERS AM) DISECTOHS:
W. W. TUKXEY, Chairman,
JOSHUA RAYXOLDS, President.
James G. ATcNary, Vice-Presideat. Walter At. Butler, Asst. Cashier
Jno. M- Raynolds, Vice-President. Francis B. Gallagher, Asst. Cashier
EDGAR W. KAYSER, Cashier. --
Assets
BALLINGER LAYS . ESCAPES FROM THE
BLAME ON BBTCHOT JUAREZ PRISON
i
Says Scurrilous Pamphlets
Are Being Circulated by
Ex-Forester.
DON'T BE SAT1SFI
THE ORDiNAi
When you "buy at this market you get the best meats
and in perfect condition. We could not give you
meat in perfect condition unless we maintained oiir
own cold storage plant and kept our meats in ice cold
refrigerator cases. This market is the ony one. to
our knowledge in the Southwest, that maintains such
a sanitary cold storage plant.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Washington, D. C. Hay 13. Secretarj'
Ballinger on the witness stand today
before the Ballinger-Pinchot committee
rend a long resume, which he said
would show the existence of a conspir
acy to remove him from public life.
The resume had xo do with various
portions of the testimony introduced at
the present investigation and con
cludes: "Evidence Introduced in the
present Investigation by the socalled
prosecution was all put in by the 18th
t of March last and since that time evi
dence has been introduced by me before
the commission. An anonymous pamph
let has been issued, notwithstanding the
truth which has been shown by evi
dence In my behalf., and circulated se
cretly and confidentially, purporting to
state what the prosecution had shown,
and expressly declining to state any
evidence Introduced by me. Reliable
information disclosed that these anony
mous pamphlets are being distributed
from the home of GIfford Pinehot."
EXTRA SPECIAL
Prime Eib Roast, per lb
Saturday
ChucV Roast or Steak.
.per lb . . .
Pork Sausage on special a g
sale per lb JLJ
c
Corn Beef, extra fine,
Saturday
Leg of Mutton,
per lb. only
10c
62C
(Successor to Stetter & Sehr ider)
WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.
PHONE BELL 14 PHONE ATJTO 1014
SPECIAL OFFICER SECURED
BY HU3IAXE SOCIETY
El Paso is to have a syecial numane
officdr to represent the Huraarc society
in' preventing cruelty to animals within
the city limits.
E. E. Morrow was selected Thursday
evening and he will be given a com
mission of special officer by the city
and empowered to make arrests in
cases of cruelty to animals on the
streets.
The special humane officer will also
have an office where he may be reached
by telephone with all complaints of
cruelty.
CAR OF GIAXT
POWDER. BLOWS UP
Salt Lake, Utah. May 13. A
car of giant powder on a siding
near Jeck's Hot Springs, five
miles north of here, exploded at
noon today. All telegraph and
telephone wires in Sa21LAke and
Ogden are prostratec
tent of the property
not been ascertained.
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te ex-
Be has
Put Is Recaptured by Amer
ican Officials Steals
in Prison.
With an empty barrel and a fellow
prisoner's body as a stepladder, and a
ropo with a hook on the end of it as
further assistance, Moises Lona scaled
a tall adobe wall and escaped Thursday
afternoon from the Juarez jail. And
just as he h?,d arrived in the "land
of the free," a United States immigra
tion officer spoiled it all. Now Lona is
back in jail.
Prisoners at the Juarez jail are al
lowed to play ball in a large patio.
Lona, who has a long criminal record,
and two companions were apparently
enjoying a game of "one old cat," when
the disappearance occurred. Moises
climbed over the wall by means of the
barrel, the shoulders of his friend, and
a rope.
Moises Lona was first arrested in
Juarez at the time of the Taft-DIaz
meeting. He was held with others on
suspicion, and while in jail stole 75
from a fellow prisoner, it is alleged.
For that he was sentenced to serve one
year and four mouths. Next he stole a
watch from another prisoner, and for
that he received an additional two
months.
For stealing in jail Lona already has
exceeded all records, and in view of
what he might do out of jail, is con
sidered a dangerous felloe.
ACCUSED OF SELLING
COCAINE; OX TRIAL
Mrs. Laura "Walker and George Miller,
wly conduct the Owi drug store on
Broadway, are being tried In justice
McCHntock's court on charges of un
lawfully selling cocaine.
The penalty for this offence on the
first conviction is a $25 minimum fine
and $50 maximum fine, the second of
fence is punishable by a douDling of the
fine and if charged with a commission
of this offence a third time the case
must go to the county court.
$4,500,000.00
WE SOLICIT YOUB BANKERS BUSINESS
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GO EAST FOR PLEASURE.
F. "W. Norton, president of the In
ternational Book and Sationery com
pany, and Mrs. Norton, have left for
the east on a two months' trip.
FRUIT SHIPMENTS.
The movement of California and Ari
zona apricots has begun toward the
eastern and northern markets.
W. M. Reed, district engineer of tha
reclamation service, and P. W. Dent,
examiner of titles attended the Irriga
tion meeting at Albuquerque. They
were dn Las Cruces Friday and will ar
rive In El Paso Friday evening.
ROOSEVELT IS
ENDORSING NOBODY
Berlin, Germany, May 13. Mr.
Roosevelt today authorized an
unqualified denial of the recent
ly published report tnat he had
written letters expressing his
attitude towards the administra
tion of president Taf t and favor
ing a certain candidate as gov
ernor of New York. .
IF IT'S FOR
MEN
get it at
Scott &
Thornton's
215 San Antonio St.
RAIN AND POINDEXTER
IN DALIIART SAME DAY.
Dalhart, Tex., May 13. A heavy rain
fell over the Panhandle last night and
promises a continuation. It is of great
benefit to crops.
Judge Polndjcter, gubernatorial
candidate, is expected here today. The
town is full of visitors and great enthusiasm
Is in demand and we make it by
the tons. Your order will receive
prompt attention and order ap
preciated. TELEPHONE US'
the amount of ice you need each
month and let us auote you price.
EI Paso Ice & Refrigerator Co.
Virginia and St. Louis Sts.
Bell Phone 114 Auto Phone 1114
C. R. MOREHEAD, President GEO D. FLORY, Cashier.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIH, V. pres. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Pres.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass't. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J. Simmons
A. ix. Andreas E- Kohlberei B. Blnmenthal
J. F. Williams
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J. H. Ma-
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Tnmey, PresL
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Kr.
W. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F. M. Murchison, Asst. Cash.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PECFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
AND FEESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWEB
SEEDS
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
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DEALERS IN
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