.For Shoppers At the White House Monday
SPECIAL SALE OF HIGH CLASS SUITS
AND DRESSES AT A NOMINAL COST
Just to advertise our Garment Section, and to bring out the fact strongly, that no
where else in El Paso can such sjDlendid values be secured in suits and dresses,
the two following lots are offered.
Monday only we trill give you choice
from 20 different styles of the newest
model suits. The coats to these suits
are made in. all the prevailing modes
and axe messsdine lined- The colors em
braced are navy "blue, black, tan, gray,
mannish mixtures and black and. white
checks and stripes. The materials are
good quality French serges and English
worsteds. These are regular $23.50
suits; we give you choice Monday,' and
Monday only, &z
$7. SO Skirts At
Tins is an. all fweek special, and
Howhere Telse can you possibly ob
tain such splendid skirt values as
t&ese. There are fully 50 styles
to choose from the latest tunic
and pleated effects. They are
made of serges and. panamas in
ton, gray, ibrown, navy hlue and
a variety of striped and checked
designs. In addition, we include
a number of black voile skirts
and the fashionable "white serge
skirts. Values range .to $7.50; an
all week special a.t
Your attention is directed, and compari
son asked, on the suits we are show
ing at 25.00. Our supremacy in suits
at this price is unquestioned.
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TEIP TO COAST HT
ew York Capitalist Eides
in Car President Taft
Used on Trip.
In the private car "Mayflower," the
J very one in which president Taft visit
ed the southwest, Clifford Brokaw, he
New York capitalist, with a parts' of
his relatives, arrived in El Paso this
morning1 on the Sunset limited, and im
mediately proceeded over the Southern
Pacific for California.
The Xew Yorkers are making a
nleasurn tour nf tho sniithtvpst. havinsr i
I spent a day In San Antonio. But like
Mrs. Russell Sage, they tarried not in
the Pass city. With Mr. Brokaw are
C. S. Inman and John U. Inman, his
brother-in-law; Mrs. Brokaw and son,
and J. W. Harle, Mr. Brokaw'? secretary.
Not because it fs Sarsaparilla,
but because it is a medicine of
peculiar merit, composed of more
than twenty different remedial
agents effecting phenomena!
cures of troubles of the blood,
stomach, liver and bowels.
Thus Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrof
ula, eczema, anemia, catarrh, nervous
ness, that tired feeling, dyspepsia, loss
of appetite, and builds up the system.
Get it today in the nsnal liquid form or in
chocolated tablot form called Sarsatabs.
like the suits, these dresses are "the
biggest value that the t season has yet
produced. They are made of messa
line, changeable taffeta, rajahs and nat
ural pongee. Yoke and sleeves are lace
trimmed. The skirts show both tunic
and accordeon pleated effects. Colors
are blue, rose, lavender, champagne,
gray and wisteria. In addition to solid
sliades, stripes and pin dots are shown.
$23.50 values; Monday only at
$3. 75 Waists at
You don't want to overlook the
Waist Section next weely All
the new things in lingerie and
tailored waists are in. Just to
advertise this Department, we
.note one extra special for Mon
day. It comprises lingeries
waists, lace and embroidery
trimmed, made in the newest
styles, and a number of tailored
waists made of pure linen and
hand embroidered. These are
waists that sell regularly up tc
$3.75; we make them a Monday
only special at
AUTOMOBILE SPEEDING IX
JUAREZ MUST BE STOPPED
The men with the goggles and the
red devil had better look out while
cutting the atmosphere over in Juarez
Commandant of police Ponce de Leon
says of late many cases have been
called to his attention where pedes
trians and drivers have escaped by half I
a hair, as the Mexican puts it.
"It has got to stop." says the Mexican
police chief. "There are no specific
speed limits, but common sense must
be the gage. Offenders may be fined
$25 and up, and I will see that ar
rests are made."
LOOMIS HOUSE IS
OLD POSTOFFICE DISAPPEARS.
The last piece of dead wall of the old
postoffice building was pushed over
into the basement of the new Roberts
Banner building today.
RAILROAD LOCATES OFFICE.
The E. P. & S. TV. city ticket office
has found a home. Some time in the
spring It will place its city offices in
the Roberts-Banner building to be er
ected at Mesa and St. Louis streets. The
T. & P. and the Santa Fe offices are
Second Time in a Week, a
Burglar Gets Away
For the second time this week that's
all the residence of Mrs. A. ilc Lcomis,
71S Xorth El Paso street, was robbed
and this time the burglar did a brave
Entering through a pantry window the
night visitor stole through the house
i without awakening any member of the
ianmy. lie visited the room or Uharles
R. Loomis, -who was sleeping soundly
dreaming of lawsuits and bankruptcies,
no doubt. Mr. Burglar relieve! the
sleeper of a gold watch and chain and
J scone 8 m cash, all from the drpsiimr
This morning not onl)- did Mr. Loomis
miss his watch and "chain, but Mrs
Loomis missed some sterling almond
trays valued at $30 from the dining
Last Moridav the Lcomis heme was
entered in a similar manner, but while
the family were anvay from home.
New arrivals in the higher priced suits,
street and evening dresses, handsome
20 Off On All Children's "wraps, etc;, form an interesting exhibit
Hose and Underwear ' ior vou next week.
-A PERFECT FIT-
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
C. M. Berryhill. S. P. brakeman, is
making a trip on the G. H.
Frank Oldman, G. H. freight brake
man, has been assigned to service on
Nos. 9 and 10 passengers.
C. E. Stuver, S. P. brakeman. Is on
duty again after a lay off caused by an
G. TV. Yancy, S. P. brakeman. is sick.
H. K. DuBois, freight conductor for
the S. P., Is off duty attending court
Li. E. Gibbons, etra conductor, is tak
ing his run.
J. C. Simms, S. P. brakeman, has re
turned from Oklahoma and Is on duty
T. S. Johnson and L. B. Chilton, extra
G.H. brakemen, have been assigned to
the Cactus division.
H. A. Coomer, traffic manager of the
Xew Mexican Central, Is a visitor In the
city today, attending to business mat
ters. John Dolan, general agent of the
Erie road, came In from Denver last
H. IS. Haynes,( traveling freight pas
senger agent of' the E. P. & S. "W., has
returned from Nogales and Cananea.
W. Cunningham, traveling freight
and passenger agent of tire G. H. & S.
A., is back from his territorial trip.
H. La-virton, general agenjt of the S. P.
lines in Mexico, is expected to arrive in
the city this evening.
MOTHER GIVES UP
HER FIGHT FOR BOY
TWICE DT LEG-
JAgustin "Villagran Wounded.
Miguel Cisemos Is Ar
rested. Tsleta, Texas, Feb. 12. Austin Vllla
pran was shot twice in the leg and se
riously Injured at Tsleta about mid
night Friday- Miguel Cisneros is in
Jail here charged with, the shooting.
Cisneros declines to make any state
ment regarding the shooting further
FOR SALE at a bar
gain, Second Hand
Furniture Store, well
located on one of
the best streets in
See for Yourself
14 South Stanton
than that he saw Villagran In front
of his home, in Tsleta, which is op
posite the old Baylor home, and shot
"Villagran laid out in the open until
this morning when justice of the peace
Louis Foix went to the scene and or
dered him 'removed to the county hos
pital, at the same time Ordering tho
arrest of Cisneros.
JERK WATER ROAD xTtlEIV.
Austin, Texas, Feb. 12. Complaint
was today filed with labor commission
er Meyers against the P. I. & B. railway
for failure to use air brakes, automatic
couplers and electric headlights on the
branch from Brownsville to Point
ATTENTION G. A. B.
Emmet Crawford Post No. 19
are invited by the Spanish War
Veterans to participate in the
memorial service at the First
Baptist church at 7:30 p. m. Feb
ruary 13th. All members of the
Post and visiting veterans in the
city are invited to meet with us
on Mesa Ave. in front of the
Buckler building at 7 p.. m. and
attend In a body. All ex-Confederates
are Included In the invi
tation. C. S. WOODTVORTE,
TO HAVE HEAEING
Is Going Before the Ballin-
"Washington, r. C., Feb. 12. When
the Baillnger-Pinchbt committee re
sumes its sessions Monday it is said a
representative of Daniel Guggenheim
will be present, prepared to introduce
testimony to show the exact amount
and character of the Guggenheim hold
ings In Alaska.
The claim has been made that the
Guggenheims were striving for the con
trol of the Alaskan coal and mineral
lands, railroad and boat lines, and that
the Cunningham group of coal claims
was closely identified with the Gug
Daily sessions will be held for a
time at least.
Is a wonderful instrument and has
taken t5ie lead throughout the musical
"world. The principal qualities, which
have so excited, the admiration of mus
ical people are ime strenjrth, richness and
fullness of tone, possessing a light ac
tion, delightfully flexible to the" touch,
suitable for either the concert room or
parlor. With these combined qualities,
at has become ifae most popular instru
ment in the world.
A fine assortment of these splendid
pianos always rh stock at Jenkins Piano
Go. We invite the pubic to call and
look tbem over.
FARMERS OF WEST TEXAS
TO HOLD INSTITUTE
Austin, Tex., Feb. 12. Trie state de
partment of agricuItureoday announced
that farmers' institutes nvill be conduct
ed by commissioner Kone. a.sKl?twl hv s.
j H. Dixon, J. W. Neill and H. P. Att-
naivi., aa .luuutys: jtsuoa, -beDruary 12;
Kyle, February 22; San Marcos, Febru
ary 23, Eagle Pass, Febmary 25 and 26;
Del Rio, February 28; Uvalde, March 1:
Sabinal, March 2; Hondo, March 3; Cas
tro ville, March 4; San Antonio, March 5.
THREE MORE BODIES
TAKEN FROM A MIXE
Trinidad, Colo., Feb. 12. The bodies
of three more victims of the explosion
in the Primero mine Tverp rpooverer Insf
night, the first since February 5. The
number of bodies recovered is now G2.
One recovered last night was identified
as James Rummlngs, an American. State
labor commissioner E. V. Brake went to
Primero today to conduct an investigation.
Mother and Grandnfbther Leave Rich
Young Adams With His Father
Says a Tucson dispatch in the Los
Angeles Examiner of Thursday:
Believing' that San Francisco detec
tives employed, by Mrs. John S. Kimball
are planning to kidnap bis Syearold son,
beir to a larjre fortune, who was al
lowed to remain in his charre by the
district court of Tucson, "Louis B. Adams
has employed two officers.
Mrs. Kimball and Daisy Kimball
Adams, her daughter, hive abandoned,
their fKjht in the Arizona courts to se
cure the custody of Mrs. Adams's 3'oung
son and. accompanied by their laiwyers
and a number of detectives brcua&t to
Arizona to aid them, left tonight for
At the hearing of the habeas corpus
proceedings brought bv Irs. Kimball be
fore judge Campbell in the United States
district court here, attorneys for Mrs.
Kimball admitted that the guardians-hip
papers were iued to her in San Fran
cisco Feb. 3, through a misunderstand
ing; The court bere found these nro-
cedjnffs had no effect in Arizona, but
signified a willingness to determine
which of the parents should be eiven tho
child, if tie petition of Mrs. Kimball
were amended ro allece that Adams was
unfit to have tie custody of him.
Mrs. Adam, however, refused to take
the stand and tell of the indignities
which she claimed had ben heaped upon
her bv her husband, and having no other
evidence her attorneys abandoned their
fight for the bov.
Sheldon: J. G. Potter. Denver, Colo.;
B. Williams, Albuquerque, N. M.; H. S.
Hale, Denver, Colo.; H. J. Miner, Denver,
Colo.; Miss Delly Clifford. Springfield,
Mass.c Harry Allen, Nashville, Tenn.;
S. E.l Prince. Nashville. Tenn.; "C. H.
Dockwood, Helena, Ark ; C. C. Price,
and baby. Studgart. Ark.; B. S. Levin,
Los Angeles; Cal.; H. H. McCorkle, Kan
sas City. Mo.; J. B. Lindsey, Middleport,
O.; Hugh K. Lindsey, Columbus, O.; Geo.
Arnot, Albuquerque, N. M.; T. S. Chal
mers, Chicago; D. P. Owen, Denver,
Colo.; J. H. Longnecker, X. T.; M. Howe,
Mexico; George L. Bean, Philadelphia;
Kenneth Ly decker, New York; E. Alch
uson, Cincinnati, O.; W. H. Maurniug
and wife, Louisville, K.; Mrs. Henry
Powers, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. L. C. Woll
folk, Louisville. Ky.; C. F. Ross, Sacto,
Cal.; TT. E. Stoemm, Tucson, Ariz.; H.
Sloan, New York; Thomas P. Gable,
Santa Fe, N. M.; Edward Ehle, Las Cru
ces, X. M.; Dr. R. S. Jackson and wife.
La Mesa, N. M.; Mrs. A. S. Mayer, La
Mesa, N. M.; C. "vT. TVard, New York;
J. S. Walsh. La Junta, Colo.; Blllle
Woolf, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. G. A. B.
Spencer, San Francisco; F. E. Lewis,
Jacksonville, HI.; J. C. Greet, Pittsburg,
Pa.; E. M. Chllds, New York city; A.
Rosberg, New York city; J. B. Clark,
New York city; Dan Scott, New York
city; William B. Stone and wife Brook
lyn. N. Y.; A. C. Moffitt. Pittsburg, Jfal;
John S. Carter, Pittsburg, Pa.; G, A.
Speakman and wife, Pittsburg. Pa.;
Thomas J. Lynch. Pittsburg, Pa.; C. r!
Gates and wife. Birmingham. Ala.; Mrs.
E. B. Talbot and daughter, E. Machias,
Me.; Mrs. Austin Harris, East Machias,
Me.; Emily Harris. East Machias, Me.;
Eugene A. Daughty, Glassboro. N. X;
W. H. Colby, Tucson, Ariz.; R. W. Tuck
er and wife, Denver, Colo.; Mant Har
rison and wife, Petosky, Mich.; Mrs. B.
D. Smeby, Las Cruees, N. M.; George E.
Farish, New York; William E. Hine,
$20 to S40
Just enough chill in the
air to make a light over
coat stand for some
thing besides looks.
Nothing adds more to
the dressy, good ap
pearance of a man than
one of -these handsome
Made to Your Meas
ure; a Fitluaranteed
PILES CUllEn Ilv G TO 14 DATS.
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50a
Jenkins Piano Company
C11 San Antonio St.
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE
One Block East of Courthouse.
DEMOCRATS" OF OKLAHOMA
READY FOR A FIGHT
Oklahoma Citv, Okla., Feb. 12. Sev-
lenty-six counties comprising the Demo
cratic state central committee were rep
resented at a conference here toaay to
plan the coming state campaign. They
will select state headquarters and cam
paign committees. A fight may develop
over a resolution to endorsing Haskell's
administration, which will be introduced.
Orndorff. Mrs. A. J. Abbott, Nogales.
Ariz.; Annie Ford. Mesilla. N. M.'; D. B.
Smith. Fort Worth. Texas; H. H. Alvis,
Dallas, Texas; C. C. McCauley and wife,'
Merkel, Texas; C. P. Waite and wife,
Canisteo. N. I".; a-ohn P. Burker, St.
Louis Mo.; A. T. Irw'in, St. Louis, Mo.;
O. E. Wood. Shreveport, La.; M. E.
Wooward, Blaw, Ala.; J. Y. Canon and
wife. Van Horn, Texas; J. H. Murray,
Garland City, Ark.; A. Jasper and wife
Chicago. 111., H. R. Cook. Chicago, 111.;
O. B. Johnson and wife, Durts Lake, n!
D.; F. E. Baker, Albany, N. Y.; Harry
Cole, Benson, Ariz.; George M. Murphv
Washington, D. C; A. Corenson. Los'
Angeles, Cal.; Dean King. Los Ans-PlM
Cal.; A. M. Relsey and wife. Portland,
Ore.; Henry I. Willey. New York; Geo.
W. Smith, Tucson, Ariz.; C. J. Johnson,
Ecuador, S. A.; C. B. Ford. Richmond,
Texas: C. C. Gelvin. Carlsbad. N. M.
C. B. Hughes and wife, San Francisco;
John McAnency, Johnstown, Pa.; E.
J. Kennj-. New Icorz City; Thomas a!
Kenny. New York city; George P Fetz
and wife. Xenia, O; Wm. Looney. Lima
O.; S. S. Spellacey, Lima, O.; F. H. Slerf
-Lima. O.; D. F. O'Connor. Lima O - t'
M. Pelrce, Douglas. Ariz.; Mrs! L C
Pearse, Salt Lake City; G. W. Daines!
Colt nbus, O.; Victor Payson and wife
rA. diamond that lacks brilliancy
rrill always be a source of disap
pointment to the wearer. Our dia-
monds are carefully-selected as to
color, state of perfection and cut
. ting. ' -
Diamonds must be properly cut
in order to have the greatest :
amount of brilliancy." '
It isthis certainty of quality that
marks a diamond from HLxson's as.
a gem wherever seen.
W. T Hixson Company
The Gift House of the Southwest
Emily Harris, Mrs. Austin Harris, Mrs. . HELPS ARCHAEALOGICAL. SCHOOL
J. R. Talbot, Rebecca B. Talbot, L. A. Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 12. Miss Anna
Munster, East Machias, Me. j Wolcott, of. Denver, has contributed
j tne tunas ior tne equipment of a labor-
Angous: A. L. Trent, Texas; S. J.
Witt, Globe, Ariz.; Nathaniel Grant,
Douglas, Ariz.; B. S. Levin. Los Angeles
Cal. j. D. S. Chalmers, Chicago, I1L; j'
O. F. Delaney and wife, St. Louis. Mo
F. J. Sims, Atlanta, Ga.; A. G. Goman!
Marie Cahill; H. Sloan. New York; Mrs.
W. J. Davis, Alamogordo, N M X
Hasteyan. Chicago, 111.; j. b. Acton
Canton. Ohio; W. H. Geraty, Tustan'
Ariz.; J. M. McDuell, Tustan, Ariz.; R.'
J. Sleter, Tustan. Ariz.; W. W. Carpen
ter. Nagales, Ariz.; G. M. Cameron and
wife, Washington, D. CL; W. R. Mcll
vaine, Washington, D. C; H. H. Beboat
and wife, Cannonsburg. Pa.; R. W. Tuc
ker and wife, Denver, Colo.; Mount
Harrison and wife, Petosky, Mich.;
Grand Central: H. Priborsky, De
troit, Mich, Mich.; .T. A. Armstrong and
wife. Denver, Colo.; C. I. Griff itt, Ok
lahoma City. Okla.; C. W. Ceula, Colo- '
rado Springs. Colo.; Charles E. Cook
and wife. Valley Junction, la.; Charles
F. Debale. Plainfleld, N. J.; B. E. IO!
natrick. Carlsbad. N. M.; B. Langston,
Salt Lake City; J. H. Manfin. Dallas, t
Texas; J. P. Ascarate, Las Cruees. N.
M.; Martin Lohman. Las Cruees, N. M.;
P. C. Agullar. Carnzozo, N. M.; Adolf
Glasmare, Dalhart. Texas; A. A. Gus
tafson, Stanford. Texas: Rev. W. E.
Warren. Albuaueroue. N. M.; J. H. Mau- ,
pin. Dallas, Texas; J. D. Jervis and j
wife, Decatur, Ala.
Zeiger: D." J. McCauley, Cutter, N.
M.; J. G. Hall, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Flem
ing Jones, Las Cruees, N. M.; Raymond
Heacke. Santa Fe, N. M.; J. W. Mon
day, Kentucky; S. H. Barsk. Hulett,
Wyo.; Guadalupe Ascarate, Las Cruees,
N. M.; J. Fred Lohman, Las Cruees. N.
M.; J. J. May, Trinidad, Colo.; P. Brady,
Asperment, Texas: -Fred Schiffler,
Belen, Ny M.: Charles Van Ness, New
York; il K. Thompson and wife, Clint,
Texas: X. E. Cartright. La Junta, Colo.:
H. L. Bngel, Grand Junction, Colo.
atory for the School of American archae
ology at Santa Fe. The Instruments for
this work have been ordered, from
FEDERAL BUILDING NOTES.
Judge Burton Parker has returned
from a trip through Arizona as special
agent of the treasury department.
An Importation of 414 head of Mexi
can cattle was made today.
W. W. Carpenter, special Inspector for
the treasury department at Nogales,
Ariz., Is here bn business.
El Paso, Texas
Write for Testimonials of Prominent
People and Booklet "Why
E. D. MORGAN,
Hippodrome Bids:.. Cleveland)
COMPR03IISES A SUIT FOR
QUITE A LARGE SUM.
Waxahacle,' Texas, Feb. 12. George
Hickman today received $20,000 cash
in settlement of a suit against the
Houston and Texas Central, which road
ho sued for ? 65,000 and obtained judge
ment for that amount from the district
court. The company appealed, but a
compromise was reached today. Hick
man lost his hands and feet in a rail
4 RAISULI REPORTED
DEAD OF POISON. 4"
3- Tangier, Morocco. Feb. 12. It Is 3-
reported here that Ralsuli, governor A
of Djebala province. and former
41 Moorish bandit chief, Is dead as a $
result of being poisoned. $
FORMER SHERIFF IS FOUND
DYING FROM POISON DOSE
Shreveport. La. Feb. 12. Former sher
iff A. H. Mayfleld was found nearly
frozen to death, unconscious and critic
ally ill from a dose of poison in the
woods .near Ruston today bV searching
parties. Mayfleld was recently indicted,
charged with being short in his ac-counts-
show the beneficial effects of
almost immediately. It not
only builds up but enriches
the mother's milk and prop
erly nourishes the child.
Nearly all mothers who
nurse their children should
take this splendid food-tonic,
not only to keep up their own
strength but for the benefit
of the child as well.
ALL DBUG GISTS
Send 10c. name of paper and this ad. for oar
beautiful Savings Bant and Child's Sketch
Book. Each bank eontainsaGoodLuckPenny.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St, N. Y.
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1 1 &P m THE SOUTHWEST. I
St Regis: E. D. TVilliams, Los An
geles Cal.; T. C. Harris, C. J. Brown
fnmllr. Detroit, Mich.; D. P. Owen,
Denver Colo.; Jay P. McDermott, Fon
Du Lac, Wis.; Henry H. MorrTs, Chicago-
H. J- Anderson, Alamogordo, N.
L- James Dell. Chicago; Mrs. E. T.
Messenger, Baltimore, Md.; C. A. Nag
ley and wife. Xew Philadedphla, O.;
H A Hollister, Ahumada, Mex.; A. T.
McDaniel. Denver, Colo., E. II. Bukford,
nominP X. M.: J. S. Walsh, La Junta,
Colo.; "W. L. Loveland, New York, J.J
C Brown, ivansas uuy. -""; ' eu
zcl New York; H. A. Coones, Santa Fe,
N M.- D H Lovell. Philadelphia, Pa.;
C G Cambron. San .trancisco; x. au
Tansran and family, Des Moines, la.;
Mrs L. G. Schenk, Ft. Worth, Tex.;
B B May Meriden, Conn.. Warren R.
Cox ' Cleveland. O.: J- I- F. Delmy, St.
Louis, Mo.; J- J- Jencquel, Paris,
UMBTIAXT OUT FOR AX
EL PASO OFFICEHOLDER j 1
A warrant is in the hands of the of- j
flers tnls afternoon ior a wen Known I I
El Paso man, noiums uwnv uti.u;e,
olarging him with having committed a
criminal assault on a girl last May. He
had not been arrested at 3 oclock.
HELD TO GRAND JURY.
Dio Watts was given a preliminary
, - -iiqHpA TVatsnn tlile
nanng unuit j w..o j
mor'ilng. on a cnargc u. umsmnzing
tl.e Bazaar clothing store, -and was
bound over to the grand Jury in the
sum of S500.
R. W. Johnston, charged wlthforg
Ing the name cf Juan S. Hart to an or
der for $10 worth of clothing on R. C.
Light body Co., was bound over in the
sum of ?300.
In Styles to
Young to the
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