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Of the Southwest
CPRING fully expresses what we want to convey in connec-
Hon with our display the coming week. Bo ih Mr. Cobleniz and Mr. Posener are now in
New York wording with our New York buying force and the result of their efforts is plainly
shown in the shipments we are receiving daily. In addition to extending a general invitation to see
our Spring display next week, we note an Introductory Special in pongee coats at $9.95 and one
in Spring suits at $I4J50.
Correct Spring Styles in Correct Spring Styles in
ELOW we mention
briefly some of
the Spring novelties shown
m Ac veriets departments
The e Derby cuff aSfc
Htry cape glebes m
while, one-clasp style.
Sdk h&tiery embroidered
silk hose m eil the new
Robespierre cellars made ef
Ne fancy end and em
broidered Windsor ties.
New iwoAn-one fotff-m-hand
lies, to wear with
New Cjnm "Stiver aid
F Tench glfl carl ctaas.
Ctm metm fen chains set
Oxidised Trimkjf end lcem
purses, ne shapes.
Dainty tstled correspond
ence cards envelopes le
New ideas in embroidered
Waists ef the Washable
Cross bar muslin- shirts, ,
with soft cottar mid caffs.
"Sinn Princess' petticoats,
with seattoped edge.
Corsets made of imported
fancy. hrechc hi pink., light
bine and whUe.
OUR showing next week, of Spring silk
dresses is unusually large and attractive. The
favored silks for this season are cbarmeuse, figured foulards,
crepe meteor, roessalines and moire. The fashionable colors
are old rose, brown, tan, Alice, olive, navy, wisteria, gray and
the new color, Nell rose. In silk dresses we show both plain
styles for street wear and others suitable for afternoon wear
trimmed wkh laces and chiffons. There are many dresses
with lace collar and cuffs, and many trimmed with velvet
bands either black velvet or some contrasting color. The
skirts are draped, and you will be surprised at the many dif
ferent draped effects there are.
Prices on Silk Dresses Range From $9.95 Up
Wash Dresses for Spring- , .,
The showing of imsh dresses is equally as large and attractive
as the silk showing. It includes dainty lingerie and crepe
dresses, also many styles in lines, sponge, pique, toweling cloth,
repp and ratine. The colors are tan, blue gray, rose, white, lav
ender and pink. Both three-quarter and full length sleeve styles
Prices on Wash Dresses range from $4.95 up.
Spring Styles in Evening Dresses
Vfe are showing many beautiful new evening dresses. These
eome in ckarmeuse, crepe meteor, chiffon over silk and brocaded
ekarmense. They are beautifully trimmed with gold and silver
laee, shadow laee sad embroidered designs. The skirts are grace
ful draped styles. A cordial invitation is extended you to see
the new styles in evening dresses, and other garments, shown
here next week. You are assured that every Spring style
shown here fa authentic
STOATS are a big item in the Spring display
next week. The past several days we have re
ceived large shipments of coats. They come in three quarter
seven-eights and full length styles,' in. serges, xheyibts, eponge,
ratine, basket weaves and many other Spring materials; in
black afcd white checks, striped effects, plaids, fancy novelties
and plain colors. Prices range from $9.95 up.
Pongee Coats at $9.95
We have just recehed, and will show Monday, a line of
pongee coats.. These are full length semi-belled styles,
finished with brown or blue collar and jfo rv v seat.
cuffs. Offered, as an folrodtclory iK'MS Mi
Spring Spectat at. .'. .. . .'.". :, . . . F-
rHE neckwear manufacturers-
produced, many- charming
styles for this' Springahd
our Neckwear Section has
them all. It is impossible
to convey the variety and
daintiness of our present
neckwear showing, but we
call special attention 'to tine
Ik addition to wool suits, we are shewing a number of hand
swe serges in two and three piece silk suite. These come la
eeats have solid color and flowered linings. We suggest these
moire, silk crepe, silk repp and Oriole silk, in gray, Copenhagen,
eerise, Mack and Altoe blue. These suits are very handsomely
trimmed, many with gold embroidery and gold braid. - The
silk suite as particularly appropriate for Easter.
New Spring Line of "
GORDON DYE HOSIERY
WE now have, our complete Spring
line of the celebrated "Gordon JDye"
hosiery. Thfe hosiery looks well and wears
weU. Priced 26c, 36c and 50c per pair, as
GORDON DYE HOSIERY 25c PAIR
A mercerised cotton hose, medium sheer,
laade with double soles, heels and toes.
Comes in black, white and' tan. Per Pair
GORDON DYE HOSIERY 35C PAIR
Cotton and mercerised hose, gatue and
other weights, in biaok, tan ami white.
laade with double soles, heels and toes and
deep garter tops. Regular i. oat staes.
Per pair 36&
GuRDON DYE HOSIERY 50c PAIR
Sfeeer lisle and mercerised cotton hose, in
black, white and tan, made with double
soles, heels and toes and extra deep garter
tops. Regular ana out sizes. Per. pair 50c.
In addition to the above. We also offer
complete Spring assortments of Kayscr's
McCaUum, Cobweb, Onyx, Esco and
Heavy shipments of suite have arrived daring iho week, and
the selection of your new Spring suit need' be delayed no longer
The new suits are exceedingly attractive. They come In Bed
ford eords, eponge, serges, silk poplin and many other materials,
in stripes, checks, shepherd plaids and solid eoloss, Special men
tion is made of shepherd plaid suite with collar, linings and pip
ing Till in a contrasting color. Another novelty is a suit with
black and white check skirt and red jaeket. Manythree'quarter
length sleeves are seen on the bw suits. Prices on Spring suite
range from 14.50 up.
Another Shipment of $14.50 Suits
The first shipment of $14.50 tailored suite sold so readily and
customers were so enthusiastic over them that we instructed our
2?ew York office to forward us additional suits of the same
grade. We have just received 66 more of these suits and they
will be placed on sale Monday. They are made of novelty wor
steds and Bedford cords, and eome in light and dark grays, ten,
brown, champagne, tan with brown stripe, and other Spring col
ors. They should really sell for $80.00; as -
an Introduetory -Spring Speeial we offer tbl 4 O
Lawn collars, with jabot. '
Double jabots- of shadow
Robespierre lace jabols.
Irish crochet neckwear.
For Next Week
rWHE first of the seasons styles
in pattern hats have arrived.
These represent the best efforts of
both American and foreign mil
liners. The pattern hats, with
our immense showing of Spring
tailored hats, mabe both Millin
ery Sections most interesting
places to visit next week-
. Correct SpringrModels in
V the Corset Section .you will find new
Spring models te-Buit all figures. Before
fitting the new Spring suite and dresses, you
should have our expert corsetieres fit you
with a new corset. We call special attention
4q.009eiQ.at $3.00 and $5.00.. At these prices
we bave' Lily of France, Bon Ton, Redfern
and Modart Front-Laced corsets in beauti
ful new models that will give you the
graceful lines the Spring styles call for.
Wr have two expert corsetieres who are at
your service ia jiL or demonstrate the new
The new corset models call for new styles
in .brassieres. We are now showing the new
Wtxtter' Be Bevoise, H. & W, Lily of
Frawfe and B. & J. brassieres priced from
50c to $3.00
Prices on Spring neckwear
25c, 50c, 95c,
$1.95 and up
Special attention U directed
to our showing of Cordovd
hand bags. These beauti
ful bags are made entirely
by hand. The leader used
in them s tanned by a sec
ret process; rendering it ex
ceptionally beautiful and
durable. Cordova hand
bags range in price from
Watch the Arcade For
New Spring Styles
Our Exclusive Style Spring Lingerie Waists
We call' special Attention to pur showing of exclusive style
lingerie, Waists.' J These waists are made of marquisette,
lingerie cloth and other fine white materials. Many of them
are trimmed with black or a toueh of eolor; ethers are em
broidered in the Balkan and Russian designs. We
have exclusive style lingerie waists as low as 92.96
and as high as $22.50. Do not overlook thk important
feature of our Spring display.
'The Store of Service"
L. c. Burt is working: as nrakeman
on the HL P. & S. W.
V. W. Wolff. Is working aa switch
man for the G. a la M Paeo.
C. F. Height la working as brakeman
on the Santa Fe at San Marclal.
A. P. Moore, fireman on the T. & P
Is running" the switch engine for a few
It H. BHIott, oar repairer for the T.
& P., has reported for duty, after being
off several days sick.
"W. M. Shelton, conductor on the G.
H. & S. A., at Sanderson, Is spending
a few days in Bl Paso.
3L A. Norlng. switchman, who under
went an operation several days ago in
Hcter Die, is improving.
P4 C Madison, formerly a switchman
for the Santa Fe at San MardaU has
resigned and Is In Bl Paso.
A. "W. Harrell, trainmaster for the
Santa Fe, with headquarters in San
Marclal, was in El Paso Friday.
Z. R. Hlghtower, passenger brakeman
on the S. P has reported for duty, after
being Off sick for three weeks.
Pat Savage, brakeman on the Santa
Fe at San MarclaL Is laying off, and X.
F. Sherwood is filling the vacancy.
-Bd Wilson, switchman at Douglas for
the E. P. & S. W who Is In Hotel Dleu.
suffering with rheumatism. Is Improv
ing. Vice president Metier, of the Mexico
North Western, arrived in Bl Paso Fri
day morning over the B. P. & S. W.
G: F. Hawkes, general superintendent
of the 9. P. & 8. W railroad, arrived
In Bl Paso from Santa Fe, N. bL. Fri
W. E. Mayfield, master mechanic for
the T. & P. at Big Springs, has re
turned to his headquarters, after a
short stay la Bl Paso.
N. Wilson, passenger engineer for the
Santa Fe between Bl Paso and Albu
querque, is si ok, and Charlie Folk la
working in his place.
W. H. Bell, formerly a switchman
for the M K. & T. railroad at San An
tonio, who has been in Bl Paso for a
few days, has gone to Tnefioa.
I. B. Stiefcney, formerly a brakeman
for the Santa Fe at. Raton. N. M., has
been spending a few days In Bl Paso
and -went to Tucson Friday night.
The Santa Fe ran a train into El
Paeo Friday with TS loads, consisting
of coal, coke and ooneentrates, weigh
ing 388 tens. Conductor Peterson and
Billy Shakespear were in charge.
W. K Worner, engineer, and R. T.
Fetters, fireman, on the B. P. A S. W.
east end, arrived in Bl Paso Friday with
engine No. 175 for the back shop, and
returned to their terminal Saturday.
J. Gilbert, engineer on the Mexico
NOrthWestera, who has been laid up
about eight months with a broken leg.
has returned, from a visit to Safford,
Aril., and expects to report when the
line opens up again.
The Mexican Central delivered to the
Santa Fe 19 ears of stock Thursday
night at 9:30 and It required two yard
orews to work overtime, not being able
to get the unloading completed until
e oeiock Friday morning. The stoek
had been loaded six days, without hav
ing any food or water, and quite a few
UNDERTAKER. SAYS DK- HYDE
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CoL Thomas 1. swops, iwr wnwt 1
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the colonel tfied, was the- testimony of
a state witnoesL
T3. B. Mltehell. an iBdeseodeaoe- un
dertaker, said that Br. and Mrs. Hyde
had ordered a ooffln for Mass Hunton,
who Med Oct 1. on the evening of Oct.
On the next day he delivered the
coffin to the Swope home and had a
conversation with Mrs. Hyde. Mrs.
Hyde. fc saM, pointed to the coffin
"Uncle Tom (Col. Swope) has had a
stroke Just like Meos had and the doc
tor sad for you to get another coffin
lust like that one.
Mitchell said he returned that night
And Dr. Hyde asked him about the
-He asked me," Mitchell testified, "if
I bad-ordered the coffin that Mrs. Hyde
had told me about that morning."
netel Paso Ocl Norte.
The dining room and grBl of Hotel
Paso del Norte Is open until midnight.
Meals served a la earte. Excellent ser
vice. Use Domestic Cote
SoBthweetern Fuel CO.
These are the same style
as the English Walking
Shoes in high tops. They
have the characteristic
low heel and that
which distinguishes them
from the ordinary shoe.
They come in. Tan, Gun
Metal, and White Buck.
Uniformly priced at
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Letters to The Herald.
(All eemsnmlcations muet bear -the
eignature of the writer, but th same
will be withheld If requested.
WANTS STREET SIGNS.
SI Paso, Tx Feb. 8. 1913.
j&ditor Bl Paao Herald:
While 1 Paeo boaete of having ev
erything a real. live, .progressive oity
should have, it docs not poasoos a. sin
gle prominent street sign that a
stranger within ber gates might be
able to find himself during any atage
of the game, without the necessity of
growing round-shouldered and peevish
jn attempting to decipher those rude
It's only year liver that has be
come lazy aad Inactive. Try
today. It teaes the liver, stom
ach and boweln, reHemi eHerjcy,
Improves healts. xteruse substitutes.
works of art placed In the cement
walks at intervals of about a mile and
a quarter. In those sections where
walks are unknown, one straddles the
rail of the street car company's line
until his destination (If he finds it) Is
Do yon not think that this would be
a good time to "start something"
which, in the opinion of the writer
should hare been considered and at
tended to a good many years ago? TJn
leos we make a strenuous effort to lift
our abiding place out of the class of
small country communities and lnstal
modern metal street signs, at least on
the more prominent thoroughfares, how
long will it be before we are against re
ferred to as "moss backs," and inhab
itants of an "overgrown village," lack
ing in the ear marks that denote nro
It is the little things like this that
count in the long run. and, beine Inter
ested in the growth of the cHy, and
its reputation for doing things promot
ed me to write this. I trust that this
may be the means of the subject at Is
sue at least being taken up and dis
cussed. It won't do any harm, and
maybe we'll get the street signs.
WATER IX BL PASO STREETS.
El Paso. Ter.. Feb. U, 19U,
Editor El Paso Herald:
Don't you think something could be
a?nJ, i? r11? the southern portion
of El Paso of the stagnant water that
'orm n puddles In the streets and va
cant lots every time' we have a slight
rain or snow storm in El Paso?
At the corner of Seventh and Park
streets there Is a large pool of filthy
stagnant water that has been there for
many weeks. The street car tracks at
Dried Shrimps, lb 40c
Smoked Bloaters, 4 for 25c
Kippered Herring, can 20c .
Lobster 20c," 35c
Boneless and Skinless Sardines . . 35c
Jap Ciab 45c
Ousters, 3 for 25c;
204-206 E. OVERLAND ST.
Tuoa Fish 20c, 35c
Saiaee, 3;fcr 25c;
2 for . . 25c 20c. 25c
Cod Fish, I lb. 15c; 2 lbs..... 30c
Shredded Codfish, 2 cans 25c
2 for 25c; 3 for ,50c j
f this corner have not been visible for
that leirgth of time.
It is a menace to the public health
and should be fixed at once. The prop
erty owners are willing to have this
thing fixed If the olty will also help
them. It does much to spread disease
and still there is never an effort to
help conditions any.
Comparing the growth of Bl Paso
with that of other Texas cities, Bl Paso
ranks about second or third, but still
the Improvements of the southern por
tion of this city stand deed still.
I have lived in this section of the
city for the past eight years and have
never seen a thing done that would in
terest anyone in this locality.
Since the lowering and grading of
Seventh street began a little over a
year ago there have been no improve
ments made on the drainage conditions,
since that time vou can ko to almost
any corner In that vioinlty after a rain
or snow and una many aeep jkkmb bl
1 black, stagnant water, sometimes a foot
I why does not the city send a man
, down there any time to look over the
conditions of the streets and it will cer
tainly be convinced.
A Citizen of Lower Bl Paeo.
INTERVENTION AND WAR.
Editor El Paso Herald:
Please answer through the columns
of your paper If Intervention Is the
same as a declaration of war, and in
case -war was declared before March 4,
113, who would be president of the
United States after that date, until
Peace was declared. Who would draw
the salary as president?
Intervention Is not the fame as a
declaration of war. except in the im
agination of president Taft. Interven- ,
Hlin unidJ twvamA txTAr OUly in CaSt Of
armed resistance, and there would be
no armed resistance if the movement
were undertaken in the right way and
upon due notice. There are abundant
Precedents for peaceful intervention
without war. Woodrow Wilson. IT he
lives, will assume tne presidency on
Varnii i ana tha fart that a war mlsht
be raging on that date would not make
tie least difference In the succession
to the presidency Of the man duly
elected last November. The defeated
president would step out, and the victor
would draw the salary. Editor.
THE BORDER PATROL.
Fort nHss, Feb. 15.
Fdi for Tl Puso Hi-rald-
T ' 1- -n .''. .c in th.- other,
pair in rc0rj to tlio city or El Paso j
needing a Paul Revere In case any
trouble should arise on the border and
the troops stationed there should need
reinforcements. Some people In your
city seem to labor under the impres
sion that all communications are shut
off from Fort Bliss at 9 oclock. But
there Is a man stationed at the phone
day and night.
I wonder if the people in Bl Paso
really know just what the soldiers go
through doing duty along the river
and elsewhere. Of course a soldier
must expect hard times once in a while.
But that is no reason why people in
terested in civilian life should knock
the army and the men.
JUAREZ RACE ENTRIES
FOR SUNDAY. FRT1. 1ft. -tw
First race, selling, 3year olds and
SP;..5 ' urlon&3 Magda B. 93, Red
WWow 93, Dr. Macias 98. Sadie Shapiro
14, ; Tallow Dip '10S, Hugh Gray 106,
McAlan 106, Booger Battle 106, Coed
?!' SlSPv1!16.108- Lee Harrison II.
Ht' (l24 lntent "0. M- Cambon 110,
John Patterson 110.
.,Sdrc' soling. 3 year olds and
"J?'.s i2. furlongs Minnie F. '88, Mer
curlttm 98, Galene Gale '103, Charley
Brown 1W Serenade 108, Balronla 108,
Steritn UU6 110' Snw,tlnS sPr&y 113
s ThJr4r?ee Purse, 3 year olds and up.
fz. Jl .f B oioui xiean a, .viona
vii i" nr8 Ootsteps 163,
Allen Its, Sly Lad 106, nockdale 108. '
FottrtH -TBAa -61 IHon ..!. -,,.
JmUe First 'star 103. Dr. Dougherty
-, iouj- aiuuu iuo, console 10 i.
Fifth race, selling. 3 year olds and
up, 6 furlongs Inquieta 98, Pipe Vis
ion 10, Lescar 1. Glmll 106. Anne
McGee 106. Swede Sam 108, Masalo
168, Ewe White 111. Rogon 114.
Sixth race, selling. 4 year olds and
up. 1 3-16 miles Flying 97. Whldden
102, Dick Baker 105, Rake 10S. Shorty
Northcut 10S. x
Five pounds apprentice allowance
First race Three and one-half fur
I'.r.gs. purse, maiden 2 year ulds. rilue
.!. i.'i-.ini .4'iT-snu.iuv 11 1. 11
Hi, 6 to j, - to i, oat, ec-cokJ. Uorcraj
(Rosen) 115, 16 to 1, 2 to 1. show, third,
lime, 0:16 3-5. Kara Vee, Rimlfax, Orb,
Colonel MeDougal ran.
Second race Five furlongs, selling,
3 year olds and up. value $309. Faneuil
Hall (Kederls) ltT. 9 to 10, 2 to 5, out.
wen. Gold Point (Carter) 101. 12 to 1.
3 to 1, 6 to 5. second. Lee Harrison H
(Mulligan) 109, IS to 1, 2 to 1, show,
third. Time, 1:08 1-5. Mike Molett,
Quick, Clint Tuoker, Delena ran.
Third race Six furlongs, selling. 3
year olds and up, value 4309. Hblablrd
(Kederls) 100, 2 to 1, 7 to 19, 2 to S,
won. Lescar (Rosen) lit, 6 to 1, 2 to
1. 4 to S, second. Lily Paxton (Guy)
10, 6 to 1. 4 to I, show, third. Time,
1:22 3-6. Mazurka. Shooting Spray, Don
Anrique, unKnui ran.
Fourth race Six furlonsrs. nurse. 4
year olds and up, value 3300. Enfield
(Rosen) 115, 11 to S. 4 to 5, 1 to 3, won.
lr. xougneriy tarcerj 108, 3 to 1,
4 to 6, 2 to 5. second. Lady Rankin
(Peak) 107. 8 to 6, out. show, third.
Time-, 1:31 3-5. Marin, Meckier, Lav
ender Lass, Hadad ran.
Fifth race Five furlongs, selling. 3
year olds and up. -ralue J 300. The Fad
(Small) 112, 9 to 1 1 to t, out, won.
Inquieta (Nathan) 96. 3 to 5, 1 to 5, out,
second. Masalo (Peak) 108, 10 to 1. out.
show, third. . Time, l?fi 3-6. Rogon
Sixth race Six furlongs, selling. 3
year olds and up. value Tv9. Judge
Walton (Boson) ill. 4 to 1, even, 2 to
5, won. Buss (Carter) i7, 7 to 1, 7 to
5. 3 to t, second. Annual Interest
(Borel) 113. T to 10, out, show, third.
Time, 1:10 2-5. Xvran, Zinkland, 'Rose
How About a Hrasn UeUT
The one universally satisfactory pleee
of furniture for El Paso is a brass bed.
Of course, we make the proviso that
the bed is properly constructed. Our
present stock of reliable brass beds is
unusually complete. We show all the
newest Ideas In square, round and con
tinuous post bods, in both satin and
velvet finish. To give you an idea of
the completeness of our stock, it is only
necessary for us to mention that prices
range from $10.00 up. If a brass bed
h nmonr vonr lmmri1te or near fu
ture requirements, be sure and inspect
the big stock we are now showing. Be
sides the regular slaes in brass beds, -we
show several numbers in children's beds
El Paiio Ilounehold Furnishing Po-,
corner Mills and Stanton Streets.
Men's suits Utan -J. 'Wn.jht.
A Picture You'll
Be Proud of
Belter have bo photograph than
a poor one.
Better have the best k k possible
to make than one that is fairly good.
My specialty is the making of
photographs of living people and
.aiakg them so -well that they brg
the thought, "There's a picture I am
Our prices are based oh the stz
of the phojo and the grade of stock'
uecJ k finishing.
One price to all. , , ,
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