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fT Ml Garment Fast Filling Up Almost every express brings us fceautiful spring garments. Jin suits, skirts, coats, capes, silk, linen and lingerie dresses we now offer a selection that is tineqealed an El Paso and -would do credit to some big Eastern house. Waists In the Waist Section is dis played every new idea in tail ored and lingerie waists. We direct special attention to the Foresight style tailored waists. One Price Perfect Fit IEBWI11 Ww&uhJS$$ N Train Bulletin. All afternoon trains are reported on Ume. Ohc Iking Certain. You can always rely on Chase & San born's coffee. There is never any guess work about what Its flavor is go Ins to be like, it is always rich, mel low, delicious and satisfying, it never varies. Sold only in air tight tins, which protect its Inimitable goodness. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. For Sate Four double sets and one single set of officers' quarters with out buildings, at Ft. Bayard, N. Isl. Sealed bids for hese buildings will be received until 2 p. m., March 15, 1910, arid then opened. Information furnished on ap plication. Successful bidder must re move buildings from the reservation within 30 days from acceptance of bid if required. Envelopes will be marked "Proposal to Purchase old Officers" Quarters" and addressed to -Capt, S. P. "Vestal, U. S. A,, coastructing quarter master, Ft. Bayard. N. M. " Ziionize Teddy. Paris, France, Feb. 16. Official an nouncement comes from M. Laird, vice president of the University of Paris, that Theodore Roosevelt will reach Paris about April 14 and that the length ) v I ii ill I w&MM8mmmBm in d (BBS IilM5B&9 WBi this year lBBBmm WmEt xM Mat w M ffWlUmm BWWHIWWBBBMMHHPlHllWHWHBMMRSHlpEBKlM Recent Shipment of Combination One Special Lot for the Balance of the Week Among recent shipments was one of Combination Suits. They are two-piece combinations corset cover combined with drawers, corset cover with skirt. They are made of nainsook, lawns and dimities trimmed by laces and eni hroideries. Every woman loves dainty underwear and these new Combination Suits are as dainty and pretty as anything you ever saw. There are some twenty to thirty styles to choose from come and see which you like best. The balance of the week we offer $1.50 COMBINATION SUITS 95c iCorset Cover and Drawers, -Corset Cover aM Skirt. Well made, well shaped garments that are worth every cent of $1:50. Yery special, the bal ance of the week The New Things In Accessories Come and see "them. The following descriptions are 'far too brief. NECKWEAR We mention particu larly the new jabots some are lace trimmed, some embroidered and some edged with hand crochet. iNeckwear prices range from 25c up, with a re markably dainty line at 25c. BELTS All kinds of belts in elas tic, "leather, silk and tinsel in all colors -with small, large, plain and elaborate buckles ; 50c up. HOSE Full line of Silk Lisle Hose in all the new shades to match the spring gowns and suits at 50c a pair. jJm1! I! ! JJBL! xjVSjBH! of his stay in the French capital will be three or four days. The French gov ernment is anxious to receive the for mer president of the United States with the.highest honors. Elaborate prepara tions are being made by French so ciety to lionize him and by literary and scientific societies to entertain him. ilr. Hoosevelt has discreetly allowed it to be understood that he desires to avoid any appearance of ostentation. Remember the Melvin Meat Co., has chickens when all others are out; specially dressed. Drs. Slngrnner and Slapes, dentists. References: Ask anyone. Froltman After "Chanticleer." New York, N. Y., Feb. 16. Before sailing for Europe on the Mauretania, Charles Frohman announced that he was going to Paris to make final ar rangements for the production in Amer ica of the latest Paris sensation, the "Chanticleer," by Edmond Rostand. R. B. Bias ITnel Co. Wood, coal. Teea.. cement, plaster, lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri 6treot. Phones: Bell 849; Auto, 1849. 'More Sedgwick creamery butter is sold in El Paso than any other brand. Why? It's the best. Jackson's, phone 353. r Inquiry Without Sensation. "Washington, T. C, Feb. 16. Void of sensations two sessions of the Ballin- ger-Pinchot inquiry 'dragged wearily along yesterday. Louis R. Glavis cott TO QRDER your Easter Suit NOW and ready, as iiaster is March 27th. We have ring Suiting's Our ("A Motto NO SAL ffi I I! kJ Cc Cid 95c "Fownes" SILK GLOVES We received this week our summer lines of the famous "Fownes" make of Silk Gloves. We now offer "Fownes" Gloves an wrist and elbow lengths in every imaginable shade. See the Windows tinued on the stand under cross exam ination by John J. Vertrees, attorney for secretary Balllnger. Chocolate and Vanilla Xut Fudge. Thursday only, we will sell that de licious 25 cents a pound chocolate and vanilla Nut Fudge of ours for 15 cents a pound. Potter Drug 'co. Drs. Masrndcr and 5Inpci, aentlsts. Most people eat Sunflower eggs, be cause they are fresh. Jackson's. Phone 353. For Sale Three frame ward build ings, at Ft. Bayard, N. M. Sealed bids for these buildings will be received un til 2 p. m.. March 15, 1910, and then zopened? Information furnished on ap plication. Successful bidder must re move buildings from the reservation within 30 days from acceptance of bid if required. Envelopes will be marked "Proposal to Purchase Ward Buildings." and addressed to Henry H. Robert, 1st Lieut. Corps of Engineers, Quartermas ter, Ft. Bayard, N. M. Dr. Willis R. Smith, skin, genito urinary and rectal diseases. Offxcte rooms 201, 202, 203 Caples Bldg. er I. Billlngton. 709 Magoffin. Tel. 14S9 painting, paperhanging, decorating. Empire Theater. The management has installed a "Victrola" upon which will be heard during intermission the wonderful quar tet from Rigolette, sung by Caruso, "I MEASURE the orettiest line of weVe ever shown. FIT &R 5i Ult E F r BBr 2 M onsumpfion illjp The time was when consumption was thought to be an incurable disease, but to-day this dreaded White Plague is known to be curable under the enlight ened care of the doctors of all schools, when accompanied in the treatment by that wonderful remedy, Iftiffy's Pure Malt Whis' It corrects the defective digestion of the food, increases the appetite, strengthens the heart, gives force to the circulation, cures insomnia and brings restfulness to the brain and nervous forces. We have thousands of grateful pa tients who write us they have been cured after they were given up by the doc tors. If you wish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according to directions. It tones and strengthens the heart action and gives vigor to the entire system. It is recognized as a family medicine everywhere. It is in valuable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It is a pro moter of health and longevity. All druggists, grocers and dealers, or direct, $1.00 a large bottle. Refuse substitues and imitations, they are impure and dangerous. Send for free medical booklet and advice Daffy MsK Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y. Sembrich, Severina and ScottL trola selections changed nightly. Vic- Special, ladles purses, shopping baga El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. A Iientcn List. Dry Herring. Finnan Haddie. Smoked White Fish. Smoked -Sturgeon. 'Boneless Cod Fish. ' Smoked Salmon. Bloaters. Spiced Herring. Salt Herring. Norway Mackerel. At a little less price than you are asked at other stores. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Sauerkraut and weinerwurst. 3IeUin Meat Co., 206 N. Stanton. Treasury Department, office of the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Ser vice, Fort Stanton, New Mex., Febru ary 14, 1910. Sealedi prdposals will be received at this office until noon of March 1, 1910, to furnish farm supplies, furniture, etc, for use of the Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service at Fort Stanton, N. M. Schedules and further information may be obtained upon application to the undersigned. H. S. Mathewson, P. A., Surgeon, P. H. and M. H. S., in com mand. Dr. Cameron, Dentist, ror reliable den tistry, reasonable prices. Office over Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming. Drs. Iilagrnder and 3Iapes, dentists. We aon't work for negroes. We still have rabbits. Melrln Meat Co., 206 N. Stanton. Chocolate and Vanilla Nut Fudge. Thursday only, we will sell that de licious 25 cents a pound chocolate and vanilla Nut Fudge of ours for 15 cents a pound. Potter Drug Co, Genuine Spanish Dinner and all Mexi can dishes. Queen Restaurant, 403 S. El Paso street. We desire to extend our thanks to our friends for the sympathy extended us in the recent loss of our beloved hus band, son and brother. iurs. E. F. Scanlon. Mrs. E. D. Scanlon and Children. COMPANY K GOES IN DEBT ON THEATRICAL PERFORMANCE Company K of -the state militia re alized nothing on the two performances I of the "Colonel's Wives." sriven at the 1-pa5 tneater but on the contrary Is fiii.ia in ueDt. Capt. A. E. St. Morris is 'endeavoring to formulate plans for the raising of sufficient funds to liquidate this-Indebtedness and enough more to carry on the enlargement of the armory which the company had planned to make with the money it expected to receive from the theatrical performance I MILK AND CHAIR REPORTED ? STOLTTV PBftw prvnnwr't, B, L,. Daniel, of 813 North Camphen street, has reported to the police that milk was stolen from the front porch this morning. C. E. Waterhouse, of 521 West Mis souri street, has mace a report to the police that a rocking chair was stolen from his front porch last night. el Paso attorneys to T ,, ARGIJE WATERtCASE yat',a hoggin and' George Wallace, :," x saaus.t uie minimum rate ' w applying to all housekeep nHn 0ns?me: W. H. Burges. repre senting the international Water com pa.ny a"dtf- B. Brack, attorney for re- tn!,TeLJOhn M- Wlt- ave for Austin tonight. Jd?e,?xey wln take UP the case on Feb. 18 instead of Feb. 19. T h m ASSAULT CHARGE. lunus Wild was arrested by police man Cherry this morning on a charge fJiS8IUiltlne a lltt-te r.ewsboy. Ac ??r?in5 t( ie officer, Wild told him tnat he saw the hnv trirnf? another SSS5S2 1!??" "?? !SLhJSS- ! . -- --" nc uecame sh.uk. auoic tore wild, the boy said, slapped him, kicked him and punched him. COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE. LAXATPTE BROMO Quinine, the world wide Cold and Grip remedy re moves cause. Call for full name. Look for signature E. W. GROVE, 25c. AMERICANS LOBE MONET IN JUAREZ Another American Is 'Sen tenced to 30 Days Im prisonment. According to the Juarez pojice they have a man In the Juarez jail who is nearly the meanest man who ever came to Juarez. It is not said who the mean est man is. But this man is said to be the second best anyway. Saying that he represented the "Van tena Mining company," wherever in Mexico that is, a middle aged American giving his name as James A. Russell ' "worked" at least two fellow country men in tne .Mexican city, tne police say. He did it this way: "I will give you a job of pipe fit ting," he said to a young R. D. Brent, according to that young man. Now Brent was looking for "work, having just returned with a touch of the malaria from Panama. Finally Brent j gave the "mining man" $10 as security that he would "ship." And that left only about 30 cents in young Brent's pocket, Xiast night Brent slept in a park, and Russell slept in the jail. This morn ing Russell was sentenced to 30 days Imprisonment, in the Juarez police court, and Brent is looking for a job without a cent in Iris pocket. He can not "ship" now because he has no se curity. ' - Another complainant was an old man who had $15 in his pocket and a trip to his home in Philadelphia before him. Russell is alleged to have got that $15 too. But when arrested Russell had only $10 on his person, and that was turned over tothe old man, because he seemed to need it most- NICARAGrUAtf REBELS ON FLYING MARCH Troops of the Government Are Attempting Opposi tion Movements. Managua, Nicaragua, Feb. 16. Mov ing by forced marches toward this tflace with a force estimated at about 800, the revolutionists passed Terra bona, a short distance south of here last night at 6 p. m. Gen. Lara Is in hot pursuit, while Gen. Raminex with 500 is marching to intercept him. Gen. Pqrto Carrero and Gen. Vaile, &ach in command of 300 soldiers, are making a flank movement to Metana. x Gen. Masis and 40 other wounded In surgents fell into the hands of the gov ernment. A report is spreading here that Cha morro has broken away from Gen. Es trada and proclaimed himself president. Lieut. Commander Symington, U. S. N., and Lieut. Price, of the marines, are proceeding to Matagalpa to watch the operations. J. G. HOUSE RESIGNS FROM SCHOOL BOARD Eesignation to Be Acted Up on at Meeting Tonight at CityvHaU. J. Gr"House has tendered his resig nation, as a member of ths school board to H. A. Carpenter, president of Jthat body, and it Willie acted upon at l the meeting of the school board at tne city hall at S oclock. Mr. House was recently arrested on complaint made against him in justice E. H. TVatson's court but the case was dismissed. His resignation followed, and it will probably be accepted by the board. WHO ARE THE HOO HOOS? WAIT AAVHTLE AND SEE They Are Going to Hold a Concatena tion in EI Paso Next Week "While Pnulhan Is Flying. Who are the Hoo Hoos? Wait until aviation week and; see. The Hoo Hoos will hoo hoo in El Paso during that eventful week. Arrangements for a meeting have been made by the local members of the organization which has as 'its Insignia a midnight cat with an arched tail. A concatenation get It, con-cat-enatlon will be lield here on Feb. 25, 26, and 27. The details are being worked out by the local lodge and the double question mark boys who are lumber dealers between meetings expect to saw some little lumber during these three days. The New Mexico and Arizona Lumber men's association. That Is tVie answer of who are the Hoo Hoos? WANT ADS BY TELEPHONE. The Herald has arranged to take want ads by phone. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock dallv. Your ad will be received, inserted promptly and collected for next day. fax of the genusne Sf earns' Eieefrie trill rid your premises of rats, mice, cock roaches, waterbuffs. etc Ready for imme diate use; for SO years the only euaran teed exterminator. Money back if it f aik. 2 oz. box Z5c 16 or. box $1.00. Bold by dealers rvervahere. STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. Chlcaio.lH. ohmer Piano is a wonderful instrument and has taken the lead throughout the musical world. The principal qualities, which have so excited the admiration of mus ical people are the strength, 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, it has become the most popular instru ment in the world. A fine assortment of these splendid pianos always in stock at Jenkins Eiano look them tJo. we invite vhe puoic to calr ,i over. Theg Jenkins Piano Company THE BIG PIANO HOUSE One Block East of Courthouse. Phone 2958. C11 San Antonio St HOYT FURNITURE COMPANY 218 South Stanton The shoTOQg we will make at our pres ent quarters until our new store is com pleted will be as significant and inter esting as ever with full lines of the most desirable makes known in good Furni ture, Carpets and Draperies, adding new things answering special or general requirements of the trade. Excellence of construction, material and styles are an established feature in every depart ment and prices will prevail at a dis count that will be a strong inducement as the difference will be a nice saving on small or large bills. You are invited to call and look through f our display and let us figure with you on the cost of your bilL HOYT FURNITURE COMPANY 218 South Stanton GRAXD JURY HOLDS SPECIAL SESSION There was a special session of tnt grand jury Tuesday afternoon but no Indictments were returned. It Is un derstood that the body went Into con tinued investigation or tne fire engine purchase matter. DOG POISONER AT WORK. Once more the dog poisoner is at work on the north side of town. Monday aft- J ; ernoon a valuable young bird dog own ed by W. B. Taylor, of 708 East Boule- yard, was Sjven strychnine and died from the effects a few hours later. saturaay ol last weeK, a Duiiaog own ed by Richard Belt, who is a near neigh bor of the Taylor's, was also poisoned, Almost Crazy Pitiful Tale of Eachel S. Mercer, With a Happy Ending Due to Cardui, the Woman's Tonic. Herford, W. "Va. "For about four i years," writes Rachel E. Mercer of this ' place, "I had suffered from female trou bles. "I would have the headache, for a week at a time, until I would be nearly crazy. I had fainting spells and pains In j my eide. In fact, I was not able to work at all. "A neighbor recommended Cardui, so I tried It and the first bottle helped me. I continued its use, and now I never suffer with the headache and more. T know that Cardui will help every sufferlng woman. It has done more for me than any medicine I ever took." While of especial benefit to women suffering from female ailments, Cardui may also be taken by all women, for ( general weakness, lassitude and debility, j Its action Isthat of a real tonic, more J especially adaptable to women, and its ' building, strengthening action is so j positive, that good results are often no- ticed, as in the case of Miss Rachel Mercer, after taking the first bottle. j Your druggist will recommend Cardui i if you ask him. N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat- tanoo'ga, Tenn., for Special Instructions, and 64-page book, "Hom-Treatment for I Women," sent in plain wrapper on re- J quest. e Was El Paso, Texas ' but was saved from death, by the admin istration of emetics. UNION MOVEMENT. A movement to establish a joint legislative board for industrial unions of the Central and railroad brother hoods was set rolling at, a meeting of the Central Iabor un'ion, at which 11 organizations were represented. Such, a move It is believed will Increase the power of labor organizations in El Paso. Julius A. Moelich, of the Machin ists' union, was selected to represent the Central nim r,ri t fnuv fr. , vIte the ranraad brotherhoods to join t the new DOairL PROFIT FOR YOU. On car line, 5 room frame home, bath, electric, lights; modern, nickel plumbing, 4 large lots, beautiful shade trees, good fences, chicken yard .nd outhouses; onlj $500 cash required, five years to pay balance; only 6 percent Interest; imme diate possession. Get busy: this bargain won't last long. You can own this prop erty for less than paying rent. FRANK R. TG3IN. El Paso and Franklin Sts. Phone 2271. FOR SALE at a bar gain, Second Hand Furniture Store, well located on one of the best streets in the city. See for Yourself 214 South Stanton ever v 111 Were the shelves and cases of this store mors com pletely stocked than now. Blank y' 0fi r In all sizes and4 stales of ruling. I " Films: In all dimensions and sup plies for same. Hundreds of-little icings to make the office handy and the cost is fefmall. Let us show them to you. CURRAN'S BOOK STORE 108 Mesa Ave. t .?