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Our FasMon Show which passes into-histoiy tonight, lias been one of the mosC successful events of this character El Paso people have ever
seen We hare demonstrated, to the satisfaction of El Paso women, that here exclusive styles and attractivelprices are obtained. Devoting
as we did, -a whole week to the fsnion Snow, everyooay naa-ampie time to see ana juugu xux bcui&ej.vo, mo lugii.wiaicu uB.
we are showing this spring.
low, Easter is only one week ahead we will devote ourselves to giving extra
ordinary values. The lines specially quoted-for next week are only samples of
the values -throughout the store in costumes, wraps, suits, dresses and, in fact,
every garment the season requires. Eead these items carefully come next week
and secure the mosjb extraordinary values that you can possibly obtain, in El
Paso or elsewhere.
i Specials in Easter, Suits
For our Eashion Show we selected a large number of suits especially for ex
hibition purposes. These suits represent the highest type garments produced
today. Materials and workmanship are of the highest order, while as to style
there is nothing lacking. The majority are handsomely trimmed. We have
decided to give customers decided price advantages on these suits the tail
oring is- faultless and they are especially appropriate for Easter wear.- Also,
there is only a week before Easter and these suits are so superior in fit that
you can purchase with the assurnce that only minor alterations will be neces
sary. It is impossible to describe in detail we will depend on the .unusual
price concessions and the probability that you have already seen and ad
mired, to induce you to come next week. Two lots are offered, the difference
in price being the; difference in quality of materials. In conclusion, wewant
to impress on you'that this is no special purchase oiyin common parlance, job
lot from some manufacturer but high -class garments the kind that character
izes this store.
$50.00 Suits at $29.50
$75.00 Suits at
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Easter Special in Shirtwaists ,
Our Eashion Show demonstrated, beyond all
doubt, that our Waist Section this season offers
you the best selections in Lingerie, Dress and Tail
ored Waists. Eor next week we have set aside one
special that is certainly the biggest value in waists
you ever had a chance to buy. This special em
braces Lingerie Waists made with dainty lace
yokes, bands of insertion and fine tucks, also Hand
"Embroidered Waists and a large number of Tail
ored Waists. There are fully 50 different styles top
choose from and all sizes. Yalues are regularly up
to $3.00; On sale next week at $1.95.
Easter Special in Separate Skirts
Next week we offer Separate Skirts that are, un
questionably, the prettiest garments and best val
ues we ever saw, or sold, for the money. These
skirts come in' black, white and a full range of col
orsin voiles, serges and panamas. There's a wide
variety of styles embracing plain tailored and elab
orately trimmed models, though nearly all show
the new tunic effect. There are over 200 skirts in.
this lot. Yalues are regularly up to $7.50; Special
next week at $4.95.
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Easter Special in Silk Dresses
In addition to the handsome imported silk cos
tumes that were one of the features of our Fashion
Show the past week, we direct your attention next
week to an Extra Special in Silk Dresses. These
come in pin stripes, checks and plain colors in
rajah, taffetas, and messaline. This special will
supply a serviceable silk dress either for Easter or
ordinary wear or both. We regard this special
as one of the best that will be brought to your at
tention this spring you should investigate it thor
oughly. Values are regularly up to $18.75; On
salevnext week at $11.95.
Correct Corsets for the
Easter Costume
The Corset Section comes in for its share of at
tention next week. In addition to offering you the
services of one of the best corset fittersin the
southwest, we have arranged for your selection
models from the best makers in the world. Any of
the following brands is bound to give satisfaction
in connection with the Easter costume: ""Red
fern," " Lily of France, " "Modart," front lace
corsets, "Royal Worcester," "Bon Ton,"' and
4 Warner 's Eust-Proof . ' '
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El Paso's Only Exclusive Ready-to-Wear Store
Ma
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Here is something thai
perience has developed.!
ex-
The more exact and exten
sive your knowledge of spie
tailoring, the greater will &
enthusiasm over our
your
tailoring service.
The less you know in de-M
tail about tailoring, the
greater is your need of the
organization that does know
that has in its stocks the
best the world affords and
that can be depended upon
to give conscientious, faith
ful service at right prices
and at one profit.
Suits to Measure,
t $20, $25, $30
forenoon from Rincon.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jacoby, Mrs. Phoebus
Freudenthal and Mrs. Will Jacoby went
down In a party to El Paso thfe fore
noon. J. Reed Fuller we nt down to El Paso
this morning to accompany T. V. Pea
cock back in his automobile.
CONCERT AT IAS CRUCES.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 19. The
Earnest Gamble Concert company last
night gave a concert under the manage
ment of the Las Cruces Elks at the armory.
CHILD DIES AT IAS CRUCES.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 19. Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Bean have the sympathy of
the community in the loss of their lit
tle daughter. Bora, age- 3 years.
IMPROVES RESIDENGE.
Las Cruces, X. M., March 19. Rev.
J. C. Rodriguez is improving his resi
dence by having a neat front porch
added.
Use Supreme auto oil. heap in price,
best in quality. Guir -.efining Co.
SARCASTIC.
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AFTER THE TURN BQWN.
LAS CRUCES AND
MESILLA VALLEY
KRRALP ON SALE YS IA8
CRUCES, Jf. M.
Frsak A. Hcnrley, Ageat, oyposlta
yestsflice.
D4Iy Herald oi sale hr ' Craoeo
Ttnx C Camoue'a News Staai,
PROFESSOR 3IIILEK. RESIGNS
FROM A. & M. COLLEGE.
Makes Trip to Kansas City aHcl Sends,
Back 'ResIgHatioB Tiotes From
the Agricultural School.
Agricultural College, N. M., March 19.
Prof. Miller, of the music department,
went on a trip to Kansas City and did
not return. Prof. Miller has sent in
his resignation.
Rev. Lancing Bloom has been select
ed again this year as the minister for
the Presbyterian church of MesIUa
Park.
The question to be debated between
the college freshman class and the El
Paso High school is: "Resolved, that
the congress of the United States should
immediately make provision for the
strengthening of our navy." The col
lege has the affirmative side of the
question.
E. McQueen Gray, the president of
the university of New Mexico, will
preach In the St. James' Episcopal
church at Mesilla Park, Sunday, at the
11 o'clock service.
W. E. Campbell is taking orders for
college neckties. These are red ties,
with the college let'ters put on in Svhite.
MERRY VILLAGERS DEBATE
THE SUFFRAGE Q.UESTIOX.
LaeMesa, N. M., March 19. Mrs. R. S.
Jackson delightfully entertained the
Merry Villagers club. Woman's suf
frage Tvas the subject for debate.
Mesdames Jones and Hyland very ably
handled the subject on the affirmative.
Mesdames Jackson, "White and Richard,
on the negative, voiced the sentiment
of the -club. A dainty two course lun
cheon was served. Those present
were: Mesdames Jackson, "Viljoen,
White, Jones,- Richard, Hyland, LIvesay,
Hanneman and Brown.
St. John's guild held a call meet
ing in the Sunday school room. Ar
rangements are being made for a union
song service Easter evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Richerson, of
El Paso, are guests at the Hanneman
home. f
J. S. Grumble, from Carona, N. M.,
was In the vallej' looking at land. "
Mr. Hilton, of Las Cruces, is visiting
the Hy lands.
The visitors to Las Cruces this week
were: Prof. Reynolds, G. W. Smith, B.
J. Viljoen and J. R. LIvesay. j
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Potter have return
ed, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
Davis, who will spend a few days here.
Will Mundy, of Chamberino, was here
on business Friday.
-IiAS CRUCES MAY FORTH CLUB
FOR CrVTC RIGHTEOUSNESS.
Las Cruces, N. M-, March 19. A num
ber of prominent professional, business
men and ranchmen met at an informal
dinner at the Central hotel, the object of
the gathering being to talk of the need
and advisability of organizing into a
body for the promulgation of civic
righteousness and reform in the en
forcement of the laws of the community.
Another meeting will be hdd shortly,
when it is expected the organization
will be effected with a large membership.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRFTALS.
Las Cruces. N. M., March 19. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: T. D. South, St. Louis;
C. J. Dixon, Kansas City: F. M. Chacon,
Las Vegas; F. B. White, El Paso; A.
C Austin, Chicago; W. R. Schutz, El
Pasof R, B. Pegram, Kansas City; Mrs.
C. Gastinel, Los Angeles; W. L. Turner,
El Paso; H. T. Young. Denver.
'Park Hotel: T. S. Crowley and wife,
Mississippi; Geo. T. Jones. El Paso; H.
J. Garet, El Paso; W. A. Cassmau, Al
buquerque; C. W. Lewis, El Paso.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 19. The
folowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Deeds Filed.
Sunshine Valley company to E. A.
Durham, warranty deed to lots 8, 9, 10,
11 and 12, block 23. Mesa Heights ad
dition; consideration ?125. "March 9,
1910.
J. T. Miller to O. F. Baxter, warranty
deed to lots 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31,
block 4, Miller's Washington Park ad
dition; consideration $1 and other val
uables. Nov. IS, 1909.
J. T. Miller to Pearl Baxter, warranty
deed to lots 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 and 37,
block 4, Miller's Washington Park ad
dition ?1 and other valuables. Nov. 18,
1909.
Jeeusita iCietzschmann et al. to J.-W
Barker, warranty deed to the west half
of the northwest quarter and the north
west quarter of the southwest quarter
of section 23, township 26 south, range
3 east; consideration $4800. March 12,
1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to J. M. Breckin
ridge, warranty deed to lots 43 and 44,.
block 55, Miller's Washington Park ad
dition; consideration 1 and other vni
uables. March 10, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to James Edward,
warranty deed to lots 4o, 46, 47 and 4S,
block 55, Miller's Washington Park ad
dition; consideration $1 and other val
uables. March 10, 1910.
J. T. Miller to B. F. Rushing, war
ranty deed to lots 5 and 6, block 19,
Miller's Washington Park addition: con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Nov.
H, 1909.
William P. Steen to Ruth D. Steen,
warranty deed to lots 40, 41, 44 and 45,
Alameda Place, Las Cruces; considera
tion 1. Dec. 21, 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. Annie Her
man, warranty deed to lots 20, 21, 22. 23
and 24, block 46, Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration Si and oth
er valuables. Feb. 3, 1910
John Duffy to George Gould Reid,
waranty deed to lots 7. S, 9, io and 11
block 4, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6, 7 S and
9, block 5, Miller's Central Park tract
o 2; consideration $10 and other val
uables. March 17, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to John McAuthor.
warranty deed to lots 1 and 2 block 73
Miller's Washington Park addition- con
sideration 1 and other valuables. March
10, 1910. -uaccn
Marriage Licenses Issued.
William Turner and Catherine Gesti
nel. Guillermo Montamo and Fellpia To
menguez.
i;as cruces. persoxals.
Las Cruces, N. M., March 19. Nester
Armijo Is on business in the Pass City
today.
William Palmer, jr., came down this
tl-Your last millinery bilJ
was awful! You know I can't
afford it Now, Tm going to, give
you a piece of tny mind.
She Are you quite sure you
can afford that, dear?
BOWMAN'S BANK
Established 1384
OLDEST AMD STRONGEST
m DONA AHA COUNTY
Las Cruces
New Mexico 1
niBanBaBKs,
First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Press, and Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
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Three Specials at the Bis Plana
House This "Week.
THIS SHOULD INTEREST YOU.
Actually tha best . piano values
being offered In high grade
Pianos In El Paso today can be found
at our new store, IIS Stanton St., cor.
Texas.
"We call special attention to the
handsome cabinet grand upright
Kingsbury piano now on exhibition
in our show window. Pianos of th
same quality sell everywhere wken
new at $400. This piano has had
three months's use. Is absolutely as
good as new. Goes now at $275.
Terms to suit the buyer.
Two more equally as good bar
gains In flrstclass high grade pianos
on our floor.
We are the manufacturer's agents
for th6 following renowned pianos:
Sohmer & Co., Ivers & Pond, Behr
Bros., Krell, H. P. Nelson, Pease.
Adam Schaaf, Royal and Singer.
Where did you ever see as many dif
ferent makes of high grade pianos
represented by one firm.
Our prices are the same as Chi
cago and New York, and we save
you the freight. Ask for our easy
payment plan.
JEXKIXS PIA.XO CO.,
THE BIG PIAXO HOUSE. x
118 N. Stanton, Cor. Texas, El Paso,
Texas. Phone 2958. ring 1.
He I shan't be able to Iiv
fcr thinking of you.
The Heiress You won't have
time to. You'll be too busy work
ing! THE WEATHSB
Forecast.
For El Paso and vicinity: Fair tonight
and Sunday.
For New Mexico: Fair tonight and
Sunday
For 'west Texas: Tonight and SOSday,
partly cloudy tweather.
HAS FINGER. CRUSHED.
Kneeland Jenkins, the llvearold son
of police chief Ben Jenkins, had lifs
left Index finger badly crushed Friday
afternoon while playing in an automo
bile shop on the north side. He got his
finger under "a part of the machlnery
and it ;was necessary to raise the au
tomobile before he could relieve the in
jured finger-
EI Paso Bottle
& Junk Co.
1505 SAtf AWTONIO ST.
Dealers in
BOTTLES, BARRELS, SCRAP
IRON, RTJBBERS, METALS, Etc
Phone Auto 1682
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Easter
Post Ca.rds
and the
new
Ribbon
Easter
Cards
in many
beautiful
designs.
Sec our win
dow display-
n
Currans
BOOK STORE
108 Mesa

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