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We hae scheduled for next Saturday
one of the mod remarkable m&tnery
values ffcaf km ever teen offered m El
Paso. This Value u so unusual that
we deem it advisable to make an
nouncement no so that there vill be no
possibility of your overlooking it. Full
details will appear in our Friday adver
tisement, and the display in the center
Arcade case, which wUl'be in Friday,
will be most interesting.
Exclusive Parisian Pattern
Hats at Sacrifice Prices
The lateness of the spring season causes us
to mae a radical cut in price on all Parisian
pattern hats that we now have in stock- Be
sides the lateness of the season, we have two
other reasons for doing this. In the first
place, we want to give customers an un
usual Value in millinery and do it as early
in the season as we can. In the second
place, these handsome hats require unusual
attention in being cared for. In fact, at pres
ent it lakes nearly the entire time of one of
our people to watch after them and see that
they do not become soiled or shopworn. If
you are interested in the highest type of mil
linery that has been produced this season,
We lnow you will be interested in these ex
quisite pattern hats.
New Arrivals from New York
Our New York office is now sending us daily
the latest creations in mid-season millinery.
Both street and dress hats are included, and
we believe you will enjoy seeing the new
We have the best equipped Millinery Work
room in El Paso and the largest stock of
shapes and millinery materials to be found in
the entire Southwest We can make to order
at short notice any kmd of hat you can pos
In The Price
of Lots In
will occur on April 29th, J 91 2. Buy your lots now
and reap the benefit of this advance. Every lot in this
Addition will be sold within the next 30 days. Lots
with cement walks, parked drives, and trees, for only
$200 each, on the easiest of terms. Phone 803 or 1 277
and we will show you this beautiful property.
'The Store of Service.'
Of the Titanic
Steamer Ca.rpa.thte, via Cape Race, K.
F. April 17. The first class passen
gers on board, saved from the Titanic,
Abbott. Mrs Rose; probably mean
ing Mrs. N. Asbert.
Allen. Miss E. W.
Allison. Master and nurse.
Amadill, Miss Georgetta
Andrews. Miss K. T. (probaMy Hiss
Apple ton, Mrs. Edward "W.
Astor, Mrs. John Jacob and staid
B&rkworth. Mrs. A. H.
Basins, Miss A.
Bayton, George A.
Baxter, Mrs. James
Bentham, Mra. Lillian
Behr. Carl H.
Beckwlth. Mr. and Mrs. K. T,
Behr. Karl H.
Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. D. B,
Bonnell Miss Caroline.
Bowen. Miss Q. C. .
Bowermaa, Miss Elsie 1
Brayton, George A.
Brown, Mrs. J. J.
Brown, Mrs. J. M.
Burns, Miss O. M.
Bucknell, Mrs. William
Calderhead, K. P.
Cardell, Mrs. Churchill -.
Cardesa, Mrs. J. W. . ,
carter, Mrs. tmcile
Carter. W. B. -
Carter. Mrs. William B.
Carter, Master William
Case, Howard B.
Casebere. Miss L D.
Cavendish. Mra Turrell ff and
Chaffee. Mrs. H. F.
Chambers, Mr and Mrs. M. C
Chlbinece. Mrs. B (DrobaUs- Mrs.
K B. Chibnall.) I
Chaffee, Mra H. F.
Chandason, Mrs. Ylctortne
Clark, Mrs. Walter
Clarke, Mrs. William H.
Cllnes, Miss Mary.
Crosby, Mrs. E. G.
, ... , -
Guess Wrong Again
About five years ago I wrote to you
that T had been a terrible sufferer
from kidney and bladder troubles, and
trrt my physician informed me that
m left kidney was in such condition
that there was no hope fir my recov
er I was advised to try yoffr Swamp
Root as a last resort, and after taking
four fifty -cent size bottle, I passed a
crave! stone which weighed ten crains.
I afterwards forwarded vou this rav- I
el stone Have had no return of any
trouble since that time and cannot say
too much in favor of your wonderful
preparation. Swamp-Root, which cures.
after physicians fall.
Very truly yours.
F. H. HORNE.
Route 3, Box 30 Roseboro. N. C.
Personally appeared before me, this
31st day of July. 1909, F. H. Home.
wno subscribed the above statement
r.nd made oath that the same Is true
in substance and in fact.
James M. Hall.
Dr. Kilmer Oe,
Binghamtea, X. T.
Preve What Swamp-Root Will Do For
6nd to Dr. Kilmer & Co, Bingham
ton V T . for a sample bottle. It will
convince anyone You will also receive
a booklet of vaTuari'e Information, tell
ing all about Vie kidaes aud bladder.
Whet writing, be sure and mention
The El Paso Dslly Herald. Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar size bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
Cummings, Mrs. Jobs. B.
Daniel. Miss Sarah
Daniel. Robert W.
Davidson Mrs. Thornton
Derlllers. Mrs. B.
Dick. Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Washington
Douglas. Fred C.
Douglas. Mrs. Walter
Douglas, Robert D (probably Mr.
or Mrs. W. O. Douglass, or Mrs. F.
Ellis, Mies may be Miss Kustia.)
Brome, Mrs. D. W.
Flsighem. Miss Anterete
Flynn. J. I.
Fortune. Miss Alice
Fortune. Mrs. Mark
Fortune. Miss Lucile
Frauenthal. Henry W.
Frollcher, Miss Marguerite
Fruenthal. Dr. Rear and Mrs.
FruenthaL Mr. and Mrs. T. G.
Futrelle, Mrs. Jaoqtoe B.
Gibson, Mrs- Leonard
Gibson, Miss Dorothy
Goldenburg, Mrs. Samuel
Goldenburg, Miss Ella
Gordon, sir and lady Cosmo Duff
Oracle, colonel Archibald
Graham, Miss Margaret E.
Graham, Mrs. William
Greenfield. Mrs. Lee D. -Greenfield.
Hays, Mrs. Charles M. and daughter
Harper, Mrs. Henry S-
Harris. Mrs. Henry B.
Harder, Mr. and Mrs. George A.
Harper. Henry S. and man servant
Hsnry. Mr. and Mrs. L.
HererseiL Mrs. A. O.
Hlppach, Mrs. Ida. S.
- 8t9pe.cn. Miss Jean
Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. ,
Hogeboom, Mrs. John C
Homer, Henry R.
Hooper. Mrs. W. A.
Jsmay, J. Bruce
SebeiUa, Miss Smile (pewibly Mrs.
R. F. Kenyon.)
Kensiman, F. A. (prehehly Mr. or
Mrs. F. A. Kenyon.)
ICimberly, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. (pessl
My Mr. and Mrs. W. M. KimbalL)
Lerery. Miss Bertha.
Leeueuer. Gustav J.
Leader, Mrs. A.. F.
Lines, Mrs. Ernest
Lines, Miss Mary C
Linda trom. Sigrid. (probably Mrs. J.
Longtey. Miss G. F.
Mel i card, Madame
Marvin. Mrs. D. W.
Madlll. Miss Georgetta. A.
Maimy, Miss Ruber ta
Mare, Mrs. Florenee
Mile, (probably Frank D.i Millet.)
M4ddle. Olivia '
Minnehan, Mrs. W. E.
Mlnnehan. Miss Daisy
Mrs Jacob P. (word nrieeod.)
Munge, Mrs. Paula
Newell, Miss Madeline
NewelL . Marjorl
Olmane, c. R. i
Ostby, E O.
Ottby. Mlee Helen R.
Panhan. Miss Ninette.
Peuchen, major Arthur
Phillips, Miss Alice P.
Potter, Mrs. Thomas. Jr.
Puechen, Major Arthur
Ranalt. Miss Apple
Remgo, Mrs. Maman J.
Rhelms. Mrs George
Roberts, Mrs Edna S.
Rothschild, Mrs M.
Roeenbaum, Miss Bdlth
Rogerson, Mrs. Susan P.
Romano. Miss A. C
Rosenbaum. Miss Edith
Rothschild. Mrs. Martin
Rothes, Countess of
Rogerson, John (probable Hyerson.)
Rogers, Mrs. Arthur
Rogerson, Mrs. Emily B.
Rogerson, Master Allison, and maid,
of Philadelphia, practically certain the
child, as well as the other given ss
Rogerson constitute the Rrersoa fam
Scaabert. Mrs. Paul
Segesser. Miss Emma.
Serepeca, Miss Augusta
Shutter, Miss X. tf.
iBhutter, Mrs. B., (probably Mrs. B.
W. Sehutes.) -
Sbadell, Robert Douglss
Stlverthorne, R. Spencer, (some erfes.
Hon as to Identity.)
Slmontous. colonel Alfonso
Silver, Mrs. Wllltem B.
Slaoalus, colonel Alfonso
Stoper. William T.
Slooper, William T.
Stayton, Miss Hilda
Smith. Mrs. Luden T.
Smith, Mrs. P.
Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John
peoaen. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. (probably
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick O. SpeMen.)
Spencer, Mrs. W. A and matd.
Stepelln, Dr. Max
Stengel, Mr. and Mrs. a B. H.
Stone, Mrs. George Ml .,
Stahelln, Max -' t
Stephenson, Mrs. Walter P.
Stengel, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. H.
Steeffanson, H. B.
Swirt, Mrs. Frederick Joel
Taussig Miss Ruth
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bv
Thayer. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Thayer, J. B., Jr.
Thor. Miss Ella
Tucker, Mrs, and maM. ' n
Tucker, Gilbert M.
Ward, Miss Emma
Warren. Mrs. F. M.
Willard, Miss Constance
White, Mrs. J. Stuart
Wick. Miss Msry
Wldener, Mrs. Geo. D and maid
Williams. Rich R. (nrnhaMv T v.
Young, Miss Marie
In the first cabin there were 1S8
women and 15 children, and In the
second cabin 79 women and eight chil
dren. Notable persons, travelers on the Ti
tanic, whose fate was in doubt In the
leek of definite advices as to tbe Iden
tity of the survivors .were' John Jacob
Astor. major Archibald Butt aid to
president Taft; Charles M. Hays, pres
ident Of the Grand Trunk Pacific rail
way; W. T. Stead, Benjamin Guggen
heim, F. D. Milieu, the artist and
J. a. Wldener, of Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Isador Strauss, J. B. Thayer, vice
president of tbe Pennsylvania railroad;
Henry B. Harris, the theatrical man
ager, and Col. Washington Roebllng.
son of the builder of the Brooklyn
Second Cabin Passengers.
The names of the rescued second
cabin passengers, so far as they have
been checked up with the Tltanlc's pub
lished list, are:
Ball, Ada B.
Bias. Miss Kate. '
Beane. Mian EtheL
Bryhl, Miss Dagmar.
Bystrom, Miee Karollna.
Collier. Mrs. Charlotte.
ColMer. Mies Marjorit.
Christy. Miss Alice.
Christy. Miss Beull
Clark, Mrs. Ada Maria.
Collet t. Mrs. Stuart
Caldwell, Albert F
Caldwell. Mrs. Svlvla.
Caldwell. Alden "o
Drew. Mrs Lulu
Davis, Miss Agnes.
Davis, John M
uran. Flon ntina.
Turan, As un ion.
i-'avis, jojss ilarj.
m iiiiiif ii mm u m b,i -w s
M. Jf mJS 1MI i mi a Jallll Bw ' hL sw
I iTllct i Afk 5
Jf "a canvas starter" Bl
MF you (young chappo)
K 0f may have my Vk 1
mhr$ $3.00 & $3.50 B
M feV WHITE CANVAS
Wk j all this week. Kj
Bk "Take a peep" JLmWW I
We are now offer
ing at radical re
dactions the hand
somest line of elec
troliers that was
ever sold in El Paso
even at regular
prices. Many ex
novelties are includ
ed in this sale.
Hfci I gCstL.
The mere thought of buyiag a dia
mond should suggest SilberbergV
Smith's Ice Cream
We are now manufacturing and distributing this Ice Cieara that kas be
come so great a fstrorite wUi lle peojJe of Ei Paso. We also continue
to serve tbe people of EI Paw wkb tbe best taflk tbat k k possibie to
produce. Remember that
is tbe milk that k safe and tbat our production k considered by authorities
tbe very best.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Phones: Auto 1 156; Bell 340 or 818
423 N. Oregon St
Doling, Mrs. Ada
Doting. Miss Elsie.
Garslde, Miss Ethel.
Hewlett. Miss Mary X.
Herman, Mrs. Jane.
Herman, Miss Kate.
Herman. Miss Alios.
Hold. Miss Annie.
Hart. Mrs. Esther.
Hart Miss Eva.
Harper. Miss Nina.
Hamalainer. Anna, and son.
Hecklng. Mrs. Elitabet.
Beeking. MM Nellie.
Jacobeoo, Mrs. Amy.
Keane, Miss Nora.
Kelly Miss Fannie.
Lareche, Miss Louise.
Lefth. Miss Jessie W.
Lehman. Miss Bertha.
Louch. Mrs. Alice.
Melllnger, Mrs. Elisabeth and ehllcl
Mallet. Mrs. A.
Mallet. Master Andrero.
Nye. Mrs. Elisabeth.
PhlUpps, Miss Alice.
Parish. Mrs. U
Portaluppl. Mrs. Emilie. N
Quick. Mrs. Jane X
Quick., Miss Phyllis O.
Quick. Miss Wennla O.
Rabouf, Mrs. Ullle. i
Rldsdale, Mrs. Lucy.
Rugg. Miss Emily.
Richard. Mr. and Mrs. telle and son.
Sincock, Miss Maude.
Smith. Mrs. Marlon.
Trout. Miss Edna i.
Weles. Mrs. Matilda.
Webber, Miss Susan.
Wright. Miss Marion.
Watt, Miss Bessie.
Watt. Miss Bertha.
West, Mrs. and two Chllnren.
Wells. Mrs. Addle.
Wells. Miss J.
Davidson. Miss Mary.
Survivors whose name-do not appear
on the original sailing Met follow: i
Brown, T. S W
Cahrice. William E.
Carmaccion. Renardo M.
Drlscoll. Miss B.
Former)'. Miss Eleln.
Healy, Miss Norah
Hansen, Mrs Jennie
MoGowan. Miss Annie.
McDermott Miss LetlOa.
Mare, Mri Florence,
Pensk. Miss Rossi.
Skeliery. Mrs. W. K.
Trout. Mrs. Jessie.
We have just received a
large shipment of fine
stationery consisting of
Hiirds & Cranes
by the pound, box, and
in all sizes.
And a very complete line
of business stationery in
For Your Store Front
Residence or Office
Years of experience in making awnings in this dry,
windy climate has taught us how, that's why we can
give you stronger, better made awnings, and Hie
right kind of material to wear and give satisfaction.
If in need, of awnings, phone or write us.
El Paso Tent & Awning Co,
312 South El Paso Street
Phone 2044 H. J. Collins, Mngr.
S! n. American aabaasador to
fjjfee. Mrs. Bacon, and other leadlnr
TITANIC? DISASTER CASTS A
CLOUD OVBH FRBA'CII JUBILEE
Havre. France, April 17. The disas
ter on the Titanic on her first trans
Atlantic trip has taken the spirit out
of festivity for the inauguration of
the French liner France, which will
start this week on her maiden voyage
sailing from here on Saturdav .ni
unliving iu .iiiieuca me r rencn dele-i
I gauon w uie nampiain festivities.
.;. .;. .;. .:. .:. .:. ...
XOJfPARTISAN TICKET .
X n,K M?S IV OLOBK F-IGIIT. .;.
-?J?be- Arix- ADrI! 17A no. .-.
y partisan ticket composed of Dem- ..
t ?hlt a.n?. RePUcan". defeated
the Socialists in the city char-
x : ej"ii0" '-ftL .& two to .
hard tight. DW""'" a
: 4. 4. 4. 4. .j. .j, .j, v
"Vou get ntyie, imallrr. fit aiways n
Royal or Ed v. Price tailored suits
R. V. Pearson, 110 Texas.
Clothes that lend dignity to .
wearer are made at Rrynn Br,
1 fCIV UHCallrd-fni- auKa r J frnn....
at less than cost, R.V.Pes -m, HOTeia-
You never know when
he will visit you. Insure your
self against loss. The cost is small and vonr
mind Mill be at rest. It is cheaper to insure BEFORE than
AFTER a I033.
AUSTIN & MARR
For West Texas, Arizona
and New Mexico
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