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Wednesday, Feb. 16, 1910.
3 Eyster's C O. D. Grocery Corner Boulevard and Kansas BeU Phones 823 and 844. Ind. Phone 1691. 1 'LEADERS IN" LOWER PRICES" ET JLs I Blue Ribbon Butter, per lb 35c I Blue Eibbon Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00 Strictly Fresh Texas Eggs, per doz 30c C $1.75 oc ...25c 25c ...25c c Fancy Colorado Potatoes 12 lbs. for Fancy Colorado Pota toes, per 100 lbs Fancy Dry Onions 7 lbs. for Best Full Head Kace 3 lb$. for Yellow Pearl Meal 6 lbs. for White Pearl 3Ieal 6 lbs. for Sack Meal, 8 3-4 lbs., for 48 lbs. Cream of Wheat Flour for 24 lbs. Cream of Wheat Flour for 48 lbs. Globe Flour for 24 lbs. Globe Flour fox y 12 lb. sack Witfole Wheat Flour for , 5 lb. "sack Whole WSiear Flour for , 12 lb. sack Graham Flour for 6 lbs. Pearl Grits for P. V. Maple Syrup, gallon cans P. V. Maple Syrup, 1-2 gallon cans P. V. Manle Svnm. quart cans uOC Standard California Fruits, Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Cherries, Blackber ries, Plums, Grapes, PA 3 cans for OUC c $1.75 ...90c 60c c c ....25c $1.25 ...65c 2 lb. cans standard Balti more Tomatoes, 2 for Good Iowa Corn, 3 cans for Extra fancy Corn, 2 cans for Early June Peas, extra good quality, 2 for Hominy, large cans, (very best quality) each 4 large rolls Toilet; Paper for .- 5 gallons best Eupion Oil for 5 gallons best Gasoline for 5 bars Diamond C Soap for t 6 bars Pearl White Soap for 6 bars Crystal White Soap for 3 cans Old Dutch Cleaner for Large pkg. Gold Dust, per pkg- for FeHs Xapiha S'oap, 4 bars for.-. 4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for VEGETABLES Fancy Cauliflower, per lb y. Fancy Pie Plant, per lb Head Lettuce, fresh every day, 2 for Turnips, 6 lbs. for 15c 25c feOC c c 25c c c c 25c I 5c 5c c c 10c 10c 15c 25 c ,- A REAL REDUCTION IN THE INCREASED COST OF LIVING IS ACCOMPLISHED BY THIS EVENT V. We do not claim to have solved this mighty problem, but we do claim in this event to offer to every man and women in this vicinity, important aid in the solution of his or her individual share of it. 'Our choicest merchandise, the newes- and best is displayed, ready for your pickingbut! only marke.d with a "Question Mark." We- Dress Goods, Silk s, Linens Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard. PAULHAN ILL APPEAR HERE SURELY The pricing of new fabrics is astonishingly low it's the land of pricing that helps in solving the Vital Question. See the offerings then ask the prices. " 75c French Linen Suiting, 46 inches wide $ 9 25c and 35c Itfercerized Madras Waisting 2 9 15c Linene. a yard wide, all colors 2 1 5c Persian Laiwn 9 90-inoh linen Sheeting, $1.00 value 2 $1.25 Linen Table Damas $9 $1.25 and $1.50 Fancy Waist Silks 9, Special lot Taffeta Silks, 75c value 29 85c Foulards, new designs 99 Special lot new Spring Suitings, $1.50 values. .99 Toilet Articles Colgate's Castile Soap, 10c cake 7c Colgate's Talcum Powder, 25c box 14c Colgate's Toilot Water, 75c bottle 49c "Ever Sweet" deodorant, 25c jar 19c Tetlow's Swandown, 25c box 15c Java Rice Comp- Powder, 50c pkg 33c Nail Enamel, 25c value 19c Xail Bleach, 25c value 19c 2vail Tint, 25c value 19c Hair Brush, 15c value 10c' Tooth Brush. 25c value 13c Comb and Brush Sets, 65c value 33c Special Pj-iclnp of Corsets A special lot of regular dollar Corsets together with many odds and ends of the $1.25 and $1.50 qualities are offered for the remaining davs of the week at want you to ask the price. In every instance you'll find a mighty help towards the solution of the "Vital Question" the question of how 1 to reauce rue cost ox living. Lances and Em- b roiaeries TAILQRMADE SUITS ???? An Aid in Solving the Vital Question Isineteen-fifty is what the suits in this lot axe really worth suits in the season's best and newest styles the 30 and 32-inch coats the Eussian effects plain and pleated skirts of worsteds, tweeds, serges in every plain color, snappy novelties, well lined, well made, fit well. See them and ask the price it's a very low one for Thursday, Friday and Saturday Spring Model . x Skirts ??? Enough to say that the most of the skirts in this lot are -worth $8.50 none of them are -worth much less. The prices we have made for the end of the week will-appeal to you see the ??? skirts, then ask the price Ite Shirt Waists ?? Careful selections were made to make this an extraordinary bargain feature for the end of the week. Regular $1.50 styles in the linen tailonnade and. the fancy, dainty lingerie -waists, the newest styles and best values in the r)ty store ara offered for 36 to 42-inch fancy Allover Lace and Xet, dots, figures and floral designs, in white, cream sad ecru. Values to $2.50; Vital ??? Question price ..... Oriental Lace Edging and Bands in matched Seta or odd pieces, from 1 1-2 to 6 -inches -wide. White, cream and ecru. Values to 50c; oo Vital Question .price ,..... Swiss and Nainsook Embroidery Edging sod Flouncing. Very 'handsome designs. Nine to 24-inches "wide and worth to 75c; oo Vital Question price ; Eancy 2set Veilings in black and && most oo wanted spring shades; regular 50c values All Silk Taffeta Ribbons, 6 and 7 inches wide, in pink, blue, gray, old rose, white and. blade, oo 40c and 50c values;special ... j Another Special Lot of Musi i n Un dergarment s Nainsook, long cloth and batiste, Zvight Gowns, Corset Covers, Combination Garments, Drawers, Skirts and Chemise. Beautiful designs, hand somely trimmed in suitable laces and embroider ies. Regular ?2.00, $2.25 and $2-50 values 777 Special lot of Corset Covers and Drawers, oo worth regularly $1.00 each The Flights Win Take Place Either at Bacetrack in Ciudad Juarez or Wash ington Park. One. more week and El Paso will see M. Louis Pauihan, the French aviator, If his plans are not changed again. iL Pauihan, accompanied by Madam Pauihan, his company of mechanics and assistants, an interpreter and manager Edwin Cleary, will arrive in El Paso "Wednesday morning oo the Sunset lim ited with his fleet of flying craft stored away in the baggage car ahead. This Dird man is not scheduled to fly over El Paso until Friday, but he will reach here from Houston in time to set up his aeroplanes, test them and investigate the altitude, atmospheric conditions, and air currents before he makes his intro ductory flight Friday. Ferris Hero Today. Dick Ferris, general aviation manager f the L.os Angeles -meeting, arrrred this morning from Houston, "where he ar ranged for the appearance of Pauihan in thac city and aiso at Fort "Worth. 3Ir. Ferris went to New Orleans to close a contract with Paulhan's manager, Ed win Cleary, for the appearances of the Frenchman through Texas and Mexico. His mission was successful anJ he is here today as advance representative of the Frenchman to arrange the details for the grounds and other details of the El Paso aviation meeting. Hay Fly is. Juarez. For areo grounds, the proposition has been reduced to either tvashlngton park or the Terrazas park of the Juarez Jockey club on the Mexican side. Both the sites arc being inspected today by the aviation committee and manager Dick Ferrl3f and it is expected to reach a decision before Friday. Satisfactory arrangements are possible to secure the Jockey club grounds including the use oC the big reinforced concrete grand stand. The races will be suspended for The three days of the aviation meeting, he committee says, in order to allow the use of the grounds for the French man bird. , Guarantees Flights. Manager Ferris, who controls the ap pearances of M. Pauihan through Texas and Mexico, stated today that he abso lutely guaranteed aerial flights on the three days of the .meet. If the weather or wind conditions prevented this, the manager says he will arrange for his avfcrtor to remain in El Paso until it is possible for him to fly three days. From Kl Paso the Pauihan company will go probably to Mexico for a series of flights under Mr. Ferris's management. THE COURTS 34th DISTRICT. J. R. Harper, Presiding. Amber Li. Barnum vs. K. D. Barnum. suit for divorce filed. Ex parte Hazel Taf t, daughter Minnie Taft Bauer, to remove disabilities of a minor. . 41st DISTRICT. A. 31. Walthall, Presiding- Wm. Greek vs. El Paso Elec. Ry. Co., suit for damages; on trial. C. B. Bell vs. J. P. Casey, jr., suit for Injunction and Removal of receiver; mo tion for rehearing filed by defendant. B. F. Judia vs. El Paso Electric Ry. Co., suit for $20,000 damages; dismissed. JUSTICE COURTS. E. H. "Watson, Pre Kldlng: Bernardo B. Alva, burglary; bound over to grand jury In sum of $300. M Melvin vs. Victor "Weinberg, suit on distress warrant; judgment for plaintiff in sum of $31.75. E. B. McClIntock, Presiding'. C. C. Cranshaw vs. Crowley Print ing Co., suit on account; nonsuit en tered by plaintiff. r any Foods " u . , T . Llu ss ntn -mil' '"- - I f'. -J 'A? Iff Girls Dresses Very pretty dresses of Scotch Gingham in plain colors, trimmed with pique folds and. soutache braids, with very full pleated skirt; $2.50 values 7?? Children's White Lawn Dresses trimmed with laces and embroideries, pretty styles for girls of oo 6 to 14 years; $1.25 values A Dollar a Pair Ricottn on Women's $3 50 to $5 00 High Shoes : 2sbt a special lot that -we selected, but your unreserved choice at a dollar less. This includes women's $3-50 to $5.00 high shoes in the newest spring styles. STAMPEDE ISDI IB HIGH STRIKE IN IIP m 1 BBfEBaaragg bs i mm nut ,im ij i ii t gBEiBE5gas gggEwmi wi ihsjbbm hokh b In TKe Basement 'Standard Apron Check Ginghams; o 81-3c value 27-inch Book-fold Percale; ' , o 10c value American Shirting Prints; O 71-2c value 17-inch Cotton Buck Toweling;' q a yard . &J3C Cotton Huck Towels, 18x36 inches, f each j. VC Bleached. Turkish Towels, a p 20c values .JOC 50-inch Striped Couch Coverings, ' O) f 50c value, yard. 5C Odds and Ends Sale of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes. The lines of sizes are broken: -land your aize get a bargain. Can be made more enjoy able with A Postu In Cora.si-,.'--?- bXUm CerSTCo T L W? , S Toasiies The 'little book, "Tid-Bifcs 3Iade THth Toasties' in pkgs.. fells hear. With cream or fruit, a fasn?Vating food for -any mesw of the day. NEW CHURCH FOS EL PASO STARTED "Work Begun on the High land Park Baptist Church Today. As progressive as thp city in (which they are located, flhe ohurches are doing their share to make El Paso the "city beautiful." The Highland Park Baiptist church haa broken ground for a new $10,000 church 'building on the corner of Gold and Da kota streets Corinthian in desdgn and to be con structed of red mressed brick with stone : fi-iTriTn? Tiers fTio "n"?rrM.o-n3 T..l- Tj.;i. A mining man arrived in this city -, , '"iy. ln " t. -?" , .-u. , 4 i cllurah- 'will 'be an ornament to this rap- from Nacozarri this morning and states . jdy ctowW suburb. lassive stoe that excitement Is Intense in that section , Corinthian columns will dnrf n f ho j front and the remainder of the building will be severely plain, the plans calling pianw, oiiuuciii unurcn structure. Sunday school rooms, parlors and a serv ing kitchen are provided for in the plans of the new church and the heating, ven tilation and lighting facilities will be modern throughout. The old churcu of the Highland Park Baptist congregat-ion ihas been sold to -the city tar a fire station and will be . w. ..v, 3Wmt oj jjvaiuie. jne new rTev Eldorado Said to Sur pass Anything in So nora, Mexico. church will be dedicated in lay,' the contract calling for its completion by that time. W. G. Jollv has the contract for building: the church. TRAVELING Ei, PASOAXS as well as in Douglas over the wonder ful gold strike made recently by some Mexicans about 15 miles northeast of Nacori, which Is about 100 miles south of Nacozarri, sonora. A vein of porphyrltic quartz, 150 feet wide which runs from 40 to 1000 ounces silver and 6.19 ounces gold per ton in wide pay streaks and will give a mill run of half an ounce In gold and 20 ounces silver a ton in shoots 40 and 50 feet wide has been traced for seven miles, boldly outcropping through rhy olitic foot hills resembling the country rock of Goldfield, Nev. The discOTerer is Don Carlos Soto, a mining man xif that country. "This (Wonderful discovery was the absorbing subject of conversation in the corridors of the Hotel Gadaen in Douglas and an unprecedented stam pede is predicted to the new Eldorado. This discovery is said to dwarf any thing ever found in the state of Son ora. Hundreds of claims are being de nounced and staked off at the nearest mining agency. May find the El Paso Herald on sal at any of the following places: NEW YORK Imperial Hotel New3 stand; Arthur Hotaling, No. 1 Park Row; Broadway and 33d street; Broad way and 42d street. 14ft Broadway. WASHINGTON, . C. The Raleigh and the Ebbitt; Columbia News Agency and Nahl News Agency. CHICAGO Auditorium. Great North ern News stands, Queen City News stands and Empire News stands. PHILADELPHIA The Bellevne. Penn News Co.. S33 Pearce St. PITTSBURG, PA. The Lincoln a S the Schenley Park. BUFFALO. N. Y. The Iroquois. ST. LOUIS Planters Southern and Jefferson Hotel News stands. KANSAS CITY, MO. The Yoma News Co., Hotel Baltimore News stand, Coates House News stand. ST. PAUL, MINN. The Hotel Ryan. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. The Wes' hotel. DENVER. COLO. The Brown Pcl nce, the Albany, S. Widom and West ern News stands. SEATTLE, WASH. International News Agency, corner of First avenue south and Washington street; also southeast corner of Second avenue and ? Schneider. American Photo an at Cherry street, near Alaska building, tionery Co. ttna Acine News Co. I nATCT.AND r?AT. Amnet Tatc-q Pn -o -rt t .. " - -- -..-- -.-.. v - JTJllxflLi. Jllh;jV (?at.i1 "V nir.vr. CT: r iA ew3 JO. wagons, Hale News Co. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Louis Book store. At Sam Rosenthal, 33G Houston MEMPHIS, TENN. World Yoma News Co. MEXICO CITY Blue Book Store. The Aztec CHIHUAHUA. MEXICO Roberto An attack or the grip Is often fol lowed by a persistent cough, which to many proves a great annoyance. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has been ex tensively used and with good success for tho relief and cure of this cough. Many cases have been cured after all j other remedies bad failed. Sold by all druggists. SS2?? S-" News Co. -"- V--ULJ, dli -Gi-A. --tX.m 1 , aix.jsauu d. E. Conger News stand (La Mesa). iuww, Ati. a. PooL Dealer. . Newa Use Herald Want Ads. DR. N. a. CHE HOK- Cklcesc Physician, Cars W L. (The Memory Lingers" Popular pkg. 10c; Large Family Size 15c. Postum Cereal Company, Ltd, Battle Creek, Afich- J LAWYER TO TALK AT THE BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON W. H. Scott will talk before the busi ness men of the chamber of commerce at the weekly luncheon Thursday. His subject will be "The Relation of the Professional Man to the Chamber of Commerce." For the first time the luncheon will be served in the basement of the chamber of commerce. The committee appointed by D. m. Payne, president of the chamber of commerce, to consider the project of se curing a new hotel for El Paso has been announced. It is composed of t. M. Wingo, J. S. Raynolds, J. F. Will iams, J. A. Happer, W. H. Austin, H. B Stevens. V. R. Stiles, W. H. Tooley, and M. B. Parker. Relief From Catarrh Comes In Two Minutes uSJU1ShltWvni?Ttef1after y0U 8tUt t0 Hyomei kills catarrh glrms because use the Hyomef Inhaler and breath th i . .4. , u T ,.e KOnfMno- ,ntlcnntl. . """' U U l".C""W "C "c b""""" - i....0, ciiiwotwu dir, you will find joyful relief. Breathing Hyomei has cured many a cold In a day. It has stopped thousands of aggravating coughs in 10 minutes Hundreds of children would have died in the spasms of croup if Hyomei had not been at hand to free the air passages and ease their suffering. Hyomei cures catarrh, colds, coughs, croup and sore throat, because it acts directly upon the inflamed mucous mem brane, soothes and heals the sore spots, and stops the ravages of catarrh germs. It Is guaranteed to cure, or money back. Any case of catarrh, no matter of how long standing, can be cured by breathing Hyomei for five minutes a few times a day JL -v ihk-fck It is made of Australian eucalyptus, mixed with other antiseptics used in the LIsterian system, and is very pleas ant to use. Ask -for Hyomei, and don"t take something claimed to be just as good. You will be disappointed If you do. A complete Hyomei outfit, including bottle of Hyomei and small. hard rubber pocket in-1 haler, costs $1.00. If you already- own a Hyomei inhaler, 3-ou can buy a bottle of H"mei for only 50 cents. Sold by druggists ev erywhere, and by Kelly & Pollard, who guar antee It j Mall orders are filled j b Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. Y., who pre pay all charges. Free san'plo of Hyo mei on reoupit f ROLLER SKATES The Very Best Are Cheapest We Have the Steel Roller-Ball Bearing Skates. Internationa Book & Stationery Coi Herald Building, PloHeor Plaza. 1 I?i5?"T43Sair j.s-.fer.t? ung trouble, astk ,T .catarrh la m ts forms, dyspep sia, nervousness neart disease, kid ney, liver and bladr der trouble, rheu matism and blood poison eradicated Immediately. Caa cer cured. No mer cury or minerals used. Nervous de bility cured as by magic Ailmeats peculiar to womax cured without a knife, 105 N. CampbeTL Belt Dhone 29iS. ilLNl POISOH MPalii, Cat My scaijim mm nK li. i!. . CJiie. aBVc Treabtea. Alaa Ecema asd Ukeamatiaa. o F2F, 2l yels Bota-aic Blood Balm (B. B.) has been curing yearly thou sands of sufferers irom Primary, Sec ondary or Tertiary 31ood Poon. nd all Jorms of Blood ancl Skia Diseases. Cainc.elLRheumaism and-jeezema. We 40lIlt-ihe most obstinate cases, becausa a. B. B cures where all else falls. If you have aches and pains In Bone. Back, or Joints, Mucous Patches la mouth. Sore Throat. Pimp'os. Copper Coloced Spots. Ulcers oa any part of the body. Hair or Eyebrows falling out. Itchlnsr. Watery Blisters or Open Hu mors, Risings or Pimples of Eczema. Bolls, Swellings, Eating Sores, take B. B. B. It kiills the poison, purifies tha blood, stops all aches, pains and Itck 1ns. curing the worst case of Blood Poison, Rheumatism or Eczema. BOTAMC BLOOD BAL31 (B. B. 8.) Is pleasant and safe to take; composed of pure Botanic ingredients. It purifies and enriches the blood. DRUGGISTS $1 PER LARGE BOTTIE. SAMPLE SENT FREE by irritiax t BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga.