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Tomorrow is "Hose Saturday." Though, many other
"Bar sains of the better sort33 await your selection
I here tomorrow at money-saving
we lay particular stress on.
mm Jpfi? $ mm
25c per Pair
Our recent purchase of 200 dozen pair of manufacturers' sample hose
gave the -women of El Paso one of the biggest hose values of tSie season.
Tomorrow -we propose to close out this line completely. To add interest,
many additional pair of hose of a higher grade have been taken from our
regular stock. Every imaginable kind of hose is offered. Values range
up to, 75c a pair, and the sample hose are still seHing readily at 35c a '
pair, 3 pair $1-00- But3 we want to close out the line conxpletelyj so
we give you choice tomorrow at
SALE- OF SILK HOSE When it comes to selling superior silk hose at a
nominal price our Hose Section is beyond competition. For tomorrow,
we have selected three special lots of silk hose.
OFFER IfO- 1 Regular 75c Black OFFER. WO. 2 Regular S1.00
Silk Hose, special Kifl
OFFER WO. 3 Regular $1.50 Silk Hose, a few colored hose d ff
in this lot. the remainder are black; special tomorrow at. .$) lU
$3.50 Gloves $1.95
You may be skeptical about this
reduction, but, it is just what it
says. 16-button length French kid
gloves, in white oniy, the regular
$3.50 quality; a Saturday only
bargain 1 QE
limit 1 pair to a, customer.
The New Scarfs
Ydu cannot possibBy get through
the season "without one of the
new scarfs. These we offer in
wide variety. Nothing gives a
prettier finishing touch to a
graceful fail toilette than one
of these new scarfs. See them
when you come tomorrow.
THAT BRADLEY TRIP
1H ONLY A JOKE
Hunting Party Signaled a Ship That
They Had. 'Cook and Bradley Aboard,
Merely in Fun. ,
2ew York, X. Y., Sept. 16. Members
of the Whitney-Rainey hunting expedi
tion are laughing at the prime joke they
have on the skipper of the Hans Egede
and die good people of Denmark.
While their yacht, the Bothic, was in
1 Codhaven, they wore spoken Ly a vessel
thev believe was the Hans Egede. Her
captain signaled them to ask who tiiey
were and what took them so far north.
Just for a jest, without a thought that
the echoes of it would be heard so long
after m two continents, they answered
that they were John Bradley and his
partv on their way to Etah to get Dr.
Today, much to the surprise of aH the
expedition, came word from Copenhagen
of the mysterious Bradiey expedition.
They are not inclined to believe in it.
Cape Town, Cape Colony, Sept. 16.
The elections for the first federate
assembly were held yesterday and the
most dramatic result recorded was the
defeat of Gen. Louis Botha, the premier
and minister of agriculture of United
South Africa of the eastern division of
Pretoria, at the liands of the unionist,
Sir Percy Fitzpatrick.
a rga i ns
prices, hose is what
Black Silk Hose, special
Silk Kimonos $3.45
These are long kimonos, made of
a splendid quality of silk. They
are cut extra full and exception
ally well made. There is a large
variety of Oriental and convention
al patterns to choose from. $5.00
should fee the price for such ki
monos. We make them a Sat
Special displays will be made
tomorrow of the newest arrivals
in Xeckwear, Belts, Bags and
other accessories. Special em
pliasis is laid on the fact that
nowhere in El Paso will you
see a greater variety of jewelry
novelties than is now shown
FORMULA FOR "STANDING
IN" WITH A BANKER
New York, N. Y., Sept. 16. A for
mula for obtaining the complete con
fidence of the most cautious bank presi
dent is given by Adolph Rothbarth, a
hop merchant, who confesses that in the
last three years he has victimized New
York banks for more than $100,000.
"All you need,"' he said tonight from
Iris ceH in thetombs, "is a presentable
address, reapeotable clothes, a good let
ter head and a statement of assets."
INQUIRY FOR WM. CRANE.
A letter of inquirv asking the-whereabouts
of William Crane, who is sup
posed to be in El Paso, has been re
ceived by eky clerk Fassett from Eva
M. Benson, of Deiry, X. H. Matters of
importance are concerned, the letter
states. Crane's name is not recorded in
the city directors '
MARRIED. BY McCLINTOCK.
Ancito Miller and Miss Louisa Lopez
were married Friday morning b3r justice
E. B McClintoek.
TAKE A HINT.
Do your own mixing-, pay for poison
only, "Rough on Rats," a powder, then
you get results, for Roaches, Ants,
Mice, Rats, etc 15c, 25c, 75c See di
rections how to use in out-buildings.
L.et us sug-gest a dainty frozen desert
Phonethe Elite any tim
Fill a bottle or common irlass wlih
urine and let It stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling usually in
dicates an unhealthy condition of the
kidneys. Too frequent desire to urinate,
scanty supply, pain or dull ache in the
back, should also convince you that the
kidneys or bladder are out of order.
What to Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy-, fulfills almost every
wish In relieving pain in the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder and every part of
the urinary passage. It corrects in
ability to hold urine, and scalding pain
in passing it, or bad effects following
use of liquor, wine or beer, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of be
ing compelled to get up many times dur
ing the night to urinate.
The mild, pleasant and extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
results in the taost distressing cases. If
you need a medicine, you should have
the best. Sold by druggists In fifty
cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
and a book that tells all about it. both,
sent absolutely free by mail. Address.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
"When writing be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer In the El
Paso Daily Herald. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name. Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address. Binghamton. N. Y., on every
EL PASO BAPTISTS
Meeting Opens Thursday at
the BDLghland Park Bap
tist Church; Many
To discuss plans for the advancement
of the work, and cause increasing in
terest, the El Paso Baptist association
convened in El Paso Thursday after
noon at the Highland Park Baptist
church. Although the attendance is
not large, owing to the extreme drouth
that has affected many parts of the
district, considerable interest is being
shown, and the rrieetings are being well
The territory embraced by the asso
ciation Includes 27 churches, extend
ing on the G. H. railway to Sanderson,
Texas, and on the T. & P. to Midland.
The Baptist churches in southeastern
New ilexico are also included.
Owing to the absence of Rev. J. C.
Burkett, D. D.. of Midland, who pre
sided at the meeting last year, Rev.
E. E. Atwood of Alpine was elected
moderator; Rev. W. E. Morrill of El
Paso, secretary; Moody Johnson of Pe
cos, "was reelected treasurer, and Rev.
J. B. Cole of Pecos,, corresponding sec
retary. The transaction of routine business
has occupied the greater part of the
time since convening but Friday night
Rev. J. D. Ray will deliver a doctrinal
sermon on "The Doctrine That Has Led
More Souls to Chirst Than Any Other."
The assocition meets morning, after
noon and evening at the Highland Park
church, and invitations are extended to
all to attend.
Among the delegates and visitors are:
Rev. Mr. McHann, pastor jof the East
Waco church; Rev. Dr. Frye, professor
of theology in Simmons college, Abi
lene; Rev. Jeff D. Ray, D. D., professor
of homiletics in the Southwestern The
ological seminary; Rev. J. C. Daniel, a
graduate of Baylor universiay and of
the Southern Baptist Theological semi
nary, and Miss Teal, a member of Dr.
L-en G. Broughton's church, Atlanta,
Ga., who are on their way to China
as missionaries; Prdf. Robert Jolly of
Louisville, Ky.; Rev. E. B. Steward and
Miss Pitts of Georgia.
EL PASOAN DON'T
George "Whitehead Declines
to Head Government at
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
A former El Pasoan has declined the
mayoralty of Niagara Falls, N. Y.
George W. Whitehead, special agent
of the treasury department at El Paso
during the second administration of
president Cleveland, from 1S93 to 1897,
at the time Charles Davis was collector
of customs at this port, Is the man.
In an open letter to the Republicans
of Niagara Falls the former El Pasoan
explains his position in the mayoralty
campaign, in which he declined to head
the ticket, which was certain of elec
tion. The Niagara Falls Gazette or
September 12 prints a story of Mr.
Whitehead's refusal to run, including
the open letter which he addressed to
the Republicans of that city. The Ga
zette also refers to Jiim editorially in
most complimentary terms.
Mr. Whitehead, -who is now of the
First National bank of Niagara Falls
and one of its leading citizens, has a
number of friends in El Paso. He was
a warm personal friend of the late
E. Kohlberg and also of former collec
tor Davis. Before cominir to TCi Pnsn
Mr. Whitehead was an associate of H.
L. Capell, city circulation manager for
The Herald, they being employed in
a drug store in Dansville, N. Y. After
completing his term here as special
treasury agent, Mr. Whitehead returned
to New York and held a high position
in the treasury service there, going
abroad on an important mission for
Reported That a Number of
Hebrews Are Destitute
and Will Be Cared For.
Galveston, Texas; Sept. 16 The North
German Lloyd liner Frankfurt arrived
in port this morning wit'n. 81 cabin
passengers and 243 Immigrants. Among
the immigrants were 30 Hebrews. Au
thorities say the letter and spirit of the
law "will be strictly enforced regarding
It -is reported that a number of the
Jewish immigrants are practically des-'
titute and it is believed the Jewish Im
migrants Information society here will
take prompt action for their relief. Tle
society will appeal the cases of any
HAIiLAS KXTGHTS OF HOXOR
SECURE AX IXJUXCTIOIV
Dallas, Tex., Sept. 16. Judge E. B.
Muse, of the district court here, today
granted the temporary injunction ask
ed by the local lodge of Knights and
Ladles of Honor against the supreme
officers of the lodge, at Indianapolis,
Ind., restraining the latter from in
terfering in certain local lodge mat
ters. The supreme officers are cited to
appear here September 2
SUES ON CHARG-E OF 1 1 " ,
MISREPRESENTATION J jSkt '
New iork, N. Y., Sept, 16 Mrs. Flor- 1 JvN. '
ence Orev e-Jonee, an English transla- -r . dtt "l I
tor of fiction, has began a suit for $10,- yiM& Sra$V 1
HYou Are Cordially Invited Wi I ill'
I to attend out fikm
KSMJ&m US Jg J
J Which Continues
I All Day Tomorrow and
-t : . t;f S lornorrow Evening
-te!1WM j Roberts-Banner Building ' t
&mfjj msnri nnrnnrrrp imiinnrnTU sis
000 against a New York book publisher,
that is declared to be -uitnout prece
dent in legal annate. Mrs. Crewe-Jones
translated De Maupassant's master
piece, "As Strong as Death," some time
ago. James Lamont Perkins, a pub
lisher, incorporated ner translation
with eight other stories of the French
author, of a salacious character. He
did not give the name of any ott-er
translator, and Mrs. Crewe -Jones sues
because she says folks say she did all.
Street Railway Magnate Ex
poses Some Past Prac
tices of Corporations.'
New York, N. Y , Sept, 16. Admission
that every corporation with which he
qver had been identified had not only
contributed to the party campaign
funds, but had contributed to the cam-'
paign fund of "everybody that ever
ran for iffice," was made on the stand
today by H. H. Vreeland, former presi
dent of the Metropolitan Street Rail
way company, before the Merritt In
In 1903, Mr. Vreeland said the street
railway company contributed ?20,000 to
$25,000 to the Republican state com
mittee and $17,000 to ?18,000 to the
MORE DELEGATES WIMj GO
TO IRRIGATION JMEETTXG
El Paso and Las Cruces delegates to
the irrigation convention at Pueblo will
carry Mexican oanes with American
flajrs attached. In addition to the dele
gates who have already signed up, the
following will also make the trip: D.
M. Payne, W. H. Austin; Walters. Clay
ton, R. F. Morris, manager of the Tri
'State Telephone company. ,
MEETING OF THE HORSE
LOVERS FRIDAY NIGHT
The Horse Show association will meet
at the chamiber of commerce Friday
eveninjr to arranpe for the second annual
horse show during the El Paso Fair and
Exposition. A'arious committees will be J
appointed to attend to the details or
each department of the society show.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L Richmond arrived
from San Antonio Fridaj morning. Dr.
Richmond, accompanied, his son, Bron
nugh, to San Antonio to attend the
West Texas ILilitary academy and was
mot there by Irs. Richmond, Avho has
been spending the summer in Galveston.
is Nature's season of rest and
During sleep the body replaces
waste and rebuilds new cells for
the activities of the coming day.
If coffee keeps you awake at
night (and. it does many who don't
suspect the cause) quit the coffee
and enjoy the restful sleep that
follows a cliange to well-made
It contains no caffeine the
drug in coffee; nothing but nour
ishing food elements, including the
"vital phosphates." grown in
wheat for rebuilding brain and
fTt Tf ft
I here s a. cteason
Postum Cereal Co., Limited,
Battle Creek, !Mich.
mniL bLLLDnfli&o nuiiunLUin n-
1M? OF FREEOi OF MEXICO
artistic display on the postoffice. In
the center of the board of light and
color is a large painting of Hidalgo,
illuminated by tricolored licrhts, and
above is an illuminated Liberty cap.
Today is Military Day.
Today is procession day, military
day. Beinning at 4 oclock principal
streets will be paraded by soldiers
from the Juarez garrison, school chil
dren, fraternal societies of El Juarez
and El Paso, students from the agri
cultural college in uniform, and rep
resentatiwes of every Mexican organi
zation in the two border cities. The
procession will begin at the municipal
buildings back of the old mission and
proceed through the following streets:
Porvenir, Dos de Abril. Mejua Juarez
and Comercio, terminating at the
plaza. There a program will be given.
Camilo Arguelles, prominent citizen,
will speak, . and Luis G. Lozano will
recite a poem. There will be band se
lections between each number, and the
day will terminate with a grand band
concert lasting until 11 oclock at
Many Amercan visitors from El Paso
are expected this afternoon, as the pro
cession of troops and children will be
one of the most popular features of
Hhe celebration. The third cavalry
band of the Mexican army is receiving
much favorable comment on the part
of local musicians.
Plenty of Gambling.
Gambling games in front of the bull
ring last night did the first day's big
business, concesslonists previously
having lost heavily. All saloons were
closed in the city and the lid was on
tight. Police have had no diffculty in
handling the "crowds, and an all night
service of street cars conveyed many
tardy visitors to El Paso.
Decorations In EI Paso.
Mexico's centermial celebration is not
confined entirely to Ciudad Juarez In
El Paso, Mexican and American flags
are flying from the city and county
buildings and from a number of stores
and office buildings. The San Jacinto
plaza flag was hoisted to the top of
the pole Friday morning for the first
time, the county courthouse flag is un
furled and the city hall flag is also
waving over the little watch charm
municipal palace. The Herald building
was the first to display the American
and Mexican flags Friday, the big
American flag being hoisted to the
flagstaff on The Herald tower, flanked
by two immense Mexican flags.
Glimpses of Mexican patriotism are
to be seen on the streets of the city
todaj Public carriages from the Mexi
can side are elaborately decorated with
the three colors of the republic, and
even the prosaic street cars are carry
ing American and Mexican flags on
their journay back and forth across
the international bridge
El Pao r eleliration.
Many El Paso Mexicans remained in
OUR SANITARY FACTORY NOW RUNNING
Appetizing, deliciously delicious Sweets made daily.
During reconstruction of Hotel Sheldon we shall run
Chocolates and Bonbons . . . 40c
All 40c Candies 25c
All 25c Candies ( v 15c
Phone Orders for Any Amount Promptly Delivered.
Bell 1000. Auto 1153
The Store that is making Oregon St. famous.
this city last night and attended the
two patriotic functions at the SmeUer
and m a hall on South Stanton street.
General programs of oratory and music
There will be two more functions to
night, a program Mid grand ball at the
smelter and a private affair at the resi
dence ,of Rafael Maya in East El Paso.
The program at the smelter fellows:
Overture, by Reyes's band.
Recitation. "My Flag," by Miss Esta
Recitation, "Hidalgo," by Miss Igna
Recitation, "Mexico and Spain." by
Miss Guadalupe Pacheco.
Recitation, "Hidalgo," by Miss Celsa
Recitation, "Fragments," by Manuel
Uranga and Rita Juarez.
March, "Song of the Combatants," by
little boys and girls.
March, "Corramos, by a group.
Recitation, "Mexico," by a group of
Every Woman Can Have It
By Using Parisian Sage
Guaranteed by Kelly
There is a reason for the phenomenal
sale of Parisian Sage in the United
States since it wa"s first introduced into
America, and the sales this yar are
breaking all records.
And the reason is plain to all: Paris
ian Sage does just as. advertised.
Ask Kelly & Pol
lard about it. They
will tell you that
they rigidly guaran
tee it to cure dan
druff, stop falling
hair or itching scalp
m two weeks, or
But one thing that
has made Parisian
Sage so famous is
its peculiar power
to turn the harsh,
that many women
possess into luxuri-
ant and radiant
hair in a short
time. Women of re
finement the coun
try over are using it
and it never disap
points. Sold by leading druggists everywhere
and in El Paso by Kelly & Pollard for
50 cents" a arge bottle. The girl with
Auburn hair is on every package.
CPW 5m "53 is S
M 1 1 U W e
Singing of national hymn by fcui
women and four men.
El Paso Official to Participate.
Invitations have been accepted by
mayor Kelly of El Paso to attend tre
banquet to be given at Hotel Porfirio
Diaz in Juarez, in honor of governor
Sanchez of Chihuahua, Sunday at 12 30,
and by mayor Kelly, " city clerk Fas
sett and aldermen McGhee, Blumenthal,
Hewitt and Clayton to attend the re
ception and tea to be given at the cus
toms house at 3 o'clock. The re
ception is also in" honor 06 governor
Sanchez. Acceptances of the two invita
tions were sent Friday to jefe politico
Portilo of Juarez, in charge of the af
fairs. k BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
IK TEX DAYS-1-
The supreme beauty re
quisite, is endorsed by
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
case in 20 days. Rids the
pores and tissues of all
impurities, leaves the
skin clear, soft and healthy.
Directions and Gnarantec in each package. 50c
and $1.00 by high class Toilet Counters or Mail.
Prspsred fey KAHONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tew
-Sold by Kelly & Pollard and Other
J. Fastidious men folks
wsee the fascinating
styles now shown in
OPP. P. 0.
St. Mark's Hospita
a Cor. Ange and Nevada Sts.
Sh tht wtrkL Try a bag of his tni,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Makss Hsbs Lsy
FUfflm OHfOK FS a
lavas ftcby Chisks
(Always In bcck:r&onl 3a)
FOR SALE BY