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PASO HERAJLD Saturday, April 2, 1910, 5 College L,ow-Cut v Tews- m F& I ' O IN Brevities k te Young Men I i 1 . . 1 t ,.r Pol efirUe fnr ---- jjj our latest smpmeni ui new igm o Spring and Summer are several mua-id&muiiauic ww-un Pn. j 1 .- rsimrT mn T hp?p swa craer shoes especially aesigueu iui ;uuu5 . 00 j.. l, vtmmp fashions ror this season, and are ..Unn wnm PYtensivelv bv college men at all the leading universities. REGAL SHO! always give you the latest advance styles and we always get these styles as soon as they are produced by the Regal "factories. Another distinct advantage of our Regal low-cuts they are made on special Uxtord lasts, not onegular high-shoe lasts as are ordinary Oxfords. This insures smooth, snug fit at the heel and around the ankle.' Regal Oxfords never chafe, or gape at the sides, moreover, i, I quarter-sizes insure an exact, comfortable fe which you don t get in other shoes. Lerner Shoe Co. - , 215 S. El Paso St. iZ'o,y $J50 $400 $500 Train "Bulletin. The T. & P. express from the east, due this morning- at 11:40, is reported to arrive at 3:25 this afternoon. All other trains, afternoon and night, are report ed on time. IV . - ,1 mJJt j People In Ei Paso Hotels From Xew Mexico. At the Sheldon James T. Hall, wife and son, Leopolds G. E. Lanits, Agricul tural College; Miss Zosa Lain, Agricul tural College; Charles E. Dole, Santa Fe; L. C. Barlow, White Oaks; Y. B. Barber, Lincoln. At St. Regis J. :N. Anderson, Agri cultural College; H. C. Hewey, Agricul tural College; Frederick L. Bixby and wife. Agricultural College; J. J- Manay, Orogrande; Miss Toumans, Orogrande; D. De Graftinwood, Ranch. At Orndorff F- Stokton, Mesilla Park; J. H. Squires, Mesilla Park; W. H Slofhirst, Mesilla Park. At the Zeiger J. E. Stephens, Raton. R. J. Bilby. Quitman; Flavio Sandoval, Albuquerque; P .R. Bird-well, Las Cruces; Christ Teager, White Oaks. At the Grand Central D. J. Towles. Belen, N. M.; Stoddard Johnson, Tucum carl; J. A. Bozarth, Caxrlzozo; George Leebrick, Duran. Froxa Arizona. At the Sheldon T. E. Fuller, Phoenix; W. H. Colby, Tucson; C E. Tait, Phoe nix; F. B. King, Douglas, P. W. Mc Lean, Douglas; J. R. Montgomery, Douglas. At St. Regis. Fred E. Adams and wife, Tucson; W. Halthenians and wife, Willcox. At the Angelus H Lenich, Boston; Joseph A. Lee, Morenci; ErnestMM. Taylor .Morencl; C. T. Wilson, Tucson. ' At Orndorff. W. A. Murray, Tucson; W M. Breckenridge, Tucson. At the Grand Central. P. G. Wuer schmldt and wife, Clifton, Ray Will iams. From Texas. At the Sheldon. A. W. Jones, Dallas; L. S. Vanderwof, Dallas; J. X. Levin, Rutherford; W. J. Corlerell, Houston; H. B. Copeland, Big Springs. At St. Regis J. H. Coie, San Antonio; H. R. Wagner, San Antonio; H. R. Wag ner, San Antonio; W. D. Keniston, Dal las. At Angelus Mrs. H. G. Medley, Val entine; George Crockett Rankin, Dal las. At Orndorff B. D. Yarborough, Tex arkana. At Zeiger. George T- Gray, Midland, Texas; J. T. Padle, Midland; W- D. Lansden, Tsleta; James Worshand, Houston; J. O. Renolds, Midland; J. B Formult and family, Toyah. At Grand Central R. E. Richardson, Pecos City; Willar Moore, Waco. From Pacific Coast. At tlie Sheldon. Frank Adams, Berke ley, Cal. At St. Resris. H. a- Curry. Los An geles; J. S. Hurst and wife, Los An-. fife m Despair and Despondency No one but a woman can tell the story of the suffering, the despair, and the despondency endured by women who carry a daily burden of ill-health and pam because or aisoraers ana derangements of the delicate and important organs that ara distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured com pletely upset the nerves if long continued. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cur fcff weakness and disease of the feminine organism. IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONG, 5ICK WOMEN WELL. It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes paia. It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood and motherhood- Honest medicine dealers sell it, and fchave nothing to urge upon you as 'just as good.' It is Boa-secret, non-alcoholic and has a record of forty years ot cures. Ask Your Neighbors. They probably know of some of its many cures. If you waat c book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to cure them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing tnly, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated Common Sease Medical Adviser revised, up-to date edition, m paper covers. la handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, IS. I. Don't Wail Have it attended to. at once, with Less Cost gelus; W. J. Anson, Los Angelus. At Orndorff A. G. Fauludo and wife, Las Angeles. From Mexico. At the Sheldon. D. L. Glankinsky, Temosachic; W, D. "Walsh and wife, Temosachic; Adolf o Harra, Guadalajara; Mrs. A. R. Castro, Mexico City; E. H. Paras, Mexico City. At St. Regis. G. Biggs and wife, Chi huahua; Mrs. J. Dunne, Chihuahua; F. B. Smldt, Mexico City. At Angelus Mrs. Ellen Reid- At Orndorff H. C. Gerber, Toledo, Sonora. At the Grand Central William L. Ry nerson, Pillares, Sonora; R. G. Horseth, Mexico City; J. T. Baurgeois, Chihua hua; G. A. Pollock, Chihuahua; J. N. Fernandez, Cananea, Sonora. From A'ew York. At the Sheldon. L. H. Healt, Fred G. Pope, Frederick Ewlng. At St. Regis V. Werner, W. R. Ruppl recht. At Orndorff J. F. Standfast, Miss E. Vernon, Miss E. McXobb. From Chicago. At the Sheldon. J. A. Hinsey, L. L Dean, J. T. Hines, B. F. Horsting and wife. At St. Regis M. C. Anderson, R. T. Evans, James Dell, W. G. Newell. At Angelus E. C. Moniger. At Orndorff truest Klein, Joseph Monk. Frojk Everywhere. At the Sheldon. George TV. Biggs, Detroit, Mich.; Stanley Knowles, Man chester; Mrs. Francis R. Godolphin, Grand Rapids, Mich.; E. J. Alderman, Cedar Rapids, la,; C. J. Pickler, Louis ville, Ky.; E. Gillies, Providence, R. J.; C. S. Rimpert, St. Louis, Mo.; F. G. Addis, Torrington, Conn.; Fred G. Far ish, Denver Colo.; John B. Farish Den ver, Colo.; J. P. Shechan, Kansas City, Mr.; D. W. Pollock, Kansas City. At St. Regis. T. S. Conerly and wife, Webb, Miss.; Lillian L. Elliott, Webb, Miss.; F. J. Rowan, Racine ,Wis.; J. M. Brainard and wife, Auburn, N. Y.; M. C. Harrington, Denver, Colo.; M. Otten heimer, Baltimore, Md.; W. Burns, Balti more, Md. A.t the Angelus Harry March, De troit. At Orndorff L. J. Foulkner, Hunt ington, Wyo.; A. E. Klar.ser, Toledo, O. H. E. Henry, Decatur, 111.; W. L. Esta brook. Jamaica Plain, Mass. At che Zeiger J. Baker. Kajisno i-jm.- Mo.; W. K. France, Pueblo, Colo.; F. M.' Arnndel, Ashland, Kans.; G. A. Cope land, Jacksonville, Fir-., Ludig Rase Berlin, Germany. At the Grand Central Edward Gal broth, Little Rock, Ark.; O. H. Baylor Dawson, Yukon territory; F. s. Gould' Pratt, Kansas. '" Mrs. Otis Coles, who has been serious ly ill at Hotel Dieu, is much improved today. Every instrument ster ilized before- and after using. DRS. MAGRUDER & MAPES "The" Dentists ' WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES DR. 0. K. MAPES, FORMERLY DEMONSTRATOR, OPERATIVE DENTISTRY, LINCOLN DENTAL COLLEGE, NEB. PLAZA BLK OTJE NINTH YEA& IN EL PASO REFERENCES;-, ASK ANY ONE. To Oure Eczema First, stop scratching. Itch' Itch1 Itch! Scratch! Scratch! Scratch' Ec zema is maddening. Tour skin is on lire, but the more you scratch the more Intense becomes the agony of it Stop scratching! It will never relieve you it cannot cure you it only makes things worse. Whether you your child xt a member of your fam ily as suffering with Eczema or any Skin disease? apply Littell's Liquid Sul phur Compound at once. Stops itchin Instantly and Is a guaranteed cure for any and all skin diseases, rashes pim ples sores, prickly heat, etc Sample bottle sent postpaid to any address for 10c Rhuma-Suiphur Co., 407 N nd St.. St Louis. Mol 2 EczemaWg It makes no . wfo:2S 0 m&vm HVk'aK 35kE difffronf VinT long you have fl suffered, what vou havn tried, even if everv Dart of VOUr Hoflv l.j -y ?trVi!nir- 'hii'm- Ing sore, a permanent cure awaits IMPERIAL REMEDY ' The instant "Imperial Remedy" is applied you feel relieved. It Is a nice, clean liquid which penetrates the pores, and) purifies the diseased parts. Ask your druggist for a bottle of Imperial Eczema Remedy. A full dollar size bottle sent on receipt of $1.00 if your druggist does not sup ply you. I3IPERIAIi 3IEDICIXE CO., Houston, Texas. Fire Hor.se Injured. Prince, the fire horse used by chief Armstrong, is suffering from a swollen knee sustained on a recent run to a fir, and he has been resting up today. Xotice, Lady Maccabees. A special review -will be held on Tuesday April 5 at small K. P. hall. Bus-iness of importance. Rosalie M. Ashley, R- K. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Fresh Vegetables The vegetables rve ae:tver to our cus tomers are just as fresh as the gar den ca nproduce them. We keep them in cold storage glass cases so that they are sweet, fresh and clean. Here's whar we nave for your choosing: Califdrnia celery. Asparagus. New beets. , Cucumbers. - New toma'toes. Head lettuce. Golden wax beans. New potatoes. Egg plant. , Okra. Young onions. Radishes. Bell peppers. Green chill. Fresh strawberries. Phone us your order early. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Expressman Arrested. Juan Mosguito, a Juarez express fn-no-nn driver, was arraigned in police court this morning on a charge of oper- j UL1I1& n iwuui. a. iii.v"uv, j w isfied the court that he had come over to get some trunks for a Juarez lawyer, he was dismissed. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Grebe cleans clothes. 413 N. Oregon. Dr. Schuster is back from Europe and has resumed work at the Providence hospital. Conple Released. Mrs. Lee Hill and W. E. Lindsey ar rested Friday morning and docketed at the police station as suspicious char acters, were released later in the day by chief Ben Jenkins, the woman stating that she would take care of her chil dren, according to the police. Scott White & Co.. now at 204 St. Louis. Dr. Carpenter, otrice ct the Eye and Ear hospital, Stanton and Wyoming. Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den tistry most reasonable prices. Over Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Grand Jary Meets. Although the grand jury met both morning and afternoon Friday, no indict ments were returned and an adjourn ment was taken until Friday next. x Dr. Willis R. Smith, Skin genito urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms 201, 203r Caple's building. JARRELL BALLARD & CO. " . f-i.vi?i, 1 f. -m -ms- r ni) r JWJ . -i&gh &A -SsYv l 2a w See Window Display Ipecials for Saturday High! and Monday Shopping Wash Skirts We have just received a nice fresh new line xf Wash Skirts in white and linen colors. ' $3-50 -pure all linen skirts, tan col or, made very full with pleats; on sale Monday 0 7K $3.00 wash skirts, come in all white and tan coL- SfcO QES ors; on sale at VoOD $2.50 white -wash skirts, cut full, made after the new d " OC models, for $ 1 .OD $2.00 wash skirts, come in irhite, blue and tan; Mon- J gA day for 1 .OU $1.25 and $1.50 values, white and black and white check, also tan striped skirts; $1.25 d - 1 j? for 98c; $1.50 for. ... V 1 A O Shirt Waist Monday Special $3.50 -white lawn or lingerie waists elaborately trimmed d0 7H1 with fine lace, for vil w $3.00 waists, come made of fine class of materials, &0 A C richly trimmed, for. . P TcO $2.50 white lawn and other ma terials, all linen, hand embroidered tailored waists for $2.00 waists, come in lawn and lingerie and all linen d f J tailored waists, for.. P A 00 $1-50 waists, come in full line of good values at regit- A r I lar prices, for J7 JL UJ $1.25 waists, made oi lingerie and lawn, lace and embroid- QO esry trimmed, for 70 C Strong line of waiat3 for house and street wear at d1 ff 50c, 65c, 75c and J)Ul $1.95 Long. Cloth 1 special lot of long cloth, 12 l-2c value; 10c per yd. or (p fifl whole bolt 12 yds. ior? 1 v V 1 special lot of 15c long cloth for 12 l-c per yd. or & 1 Af? whole piece 12 yds... 1 special lot of 20c 'long cloth for 16 2-3c per yd. or rf IQA whole piece 12 yds... P A Z7J Gingham and Percales 1 special -lot of good apron check gingham, limit to custom- r er of 10 yds. f or ri J J 1 special lot double fold A -percale, 10 yds. for OUC 1 special lot of best Q" 12 l-2c percale, 10 yds tjJKJC India Linen and "White Lawn 121-2c 40-inch wide, this is a good, fair quality of lawn, Q taices -little for a dress, yard C 20c quality of 40-inch white lawn, real nice, sheer lawn, 1 JJ on sale at A w t 1 special lot of india linen, a good grade for medium quality T I-, on sale at 1 special lot or 15c india linen, nice sheer material, "t f IMonday special A A l 1 high grade soft finish 20c india linen, very nice for ? waists or dresses, for IOC t90-inch wide linen sheet- 70 -, in? for iOC Madras Shirking 1 special lofc of 12 l-2c figured and striped madras, 36 inches Q wide, specil C 1 special lot of 15c 36-inch striped or figured nradras, good ia for waists or skirts, for. ImC 1 special lot of all w&ite madras waisting, good styles, 12 l-2c values, Monday. 1 lot of 15c madras, all white, stripes and figured pattern; mercerized materials, f H i for LVlzc 1 special lot high grade mercer ized madras, a good 25c 0- value; Monday special "C 1 special lot of figured lawn; 10 yards for 9'c 38cJ DESIRABLE SITE FOE aiELS' S0HO0L Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Fresh strawberries every day. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Dr Slarker, 315-319 Caples. Bids practice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat. Sunflower eggs are fresh eggs. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery. Phone 353. Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Dr. J. A. Hedricfc will occupy offices in the Coles Bldg., after March 21. Dr. Cameron for reliable dentistry. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Buy a Maxwell. Best automobile on the market for the price. Rader & Alexander. Contest Removal. Felipe and Jesus "Valverde were ar raigned before United States commis sioner George B. Oliver this afternoon, both contesting removal to Roswell, N. M., in connection with Chinese smug gling cases. Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St Louis. All you want to eat in our delicates sen, cooked ready to serve. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of stomach and Intestines. Trust Bldg. Scott "White & Co., now at 204 at. Louis. Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags, El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza. C. 1. Blllinston, 709 Magoffin. Tel. 1489. painting, paper hanging, decorating. Xew Champion. Since Doc Reagan reformed after taking a liquor cure early last month, J. M. McGrath now Tiolds the record for being arrested the greatest number of times by the El Paso police on a chars: of drunkenness, the officers say. Spent All His Money. "Sure an' El Paso has growed so much I just had f spind me money, yer honor. I got away wid $660 in wan niont'," said John Muldoon in police court this morn ing when arraigned for the second time on a charge of drunkenness. "I had not been to El Paso in eight j-cars an' if ye'll let me go this time I'll niver come here again, until I make another stake." Judge Lea ordered the police to dismiss Muldoon. Scott "White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Best service, quickest delivery. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, Phone 353. Ordered Deported. Nine Chinamen, arrested in a boxcar in the G. H- & S. A. yards, were ar raigned before commissioner George B Oliver Friday afternoon and were all ordered deported. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St Louis. CLERKS SWITCHED. W. -3L- Johnson, long day clerk nt Hotel Sheldon, has been engaged as head day clerk at Hotel St. Regis. In his place at the Sheldon is Harry Cole, formerly with the Planters hotel at St Louis. Scott White & Co., now at 204 St. Louis. Knance Committee Eeports Nearly a Third of Cap ital Secured. The choice of site for the new El Paso School for 5irls has narrowed down to two propositions. At a meeting of those interested held at the chamber of com merce Friday at 4 oclock, the commit tee on location was continued and it is expected that final decision will be reached this -week. The acceptance of either proposition will give the school very desirable quarters in which to open the first session of the school. Horace B. Stevens presided at Fri day's meeting. The finance committee through R. F. Burges reported nearly $5000 already subscribed and only a few individuals have ben seen so far. Louis Behr for the committee on site made a comprehensive report. It was the general opinion that the school should be located close in rather than in any distant outlying division of the city. Following the regular meeting a spe cial committee meeting was held at which many details of the .school es tablishment were decided upon. The year book is in the hands of the printers and will be Issued within a few days. The school is assured of substantial pat ronage from the start. It is estimated that $15,000 will be necessary as cash capital to establish the school on a proper basis. The business men and public spirited women who are behind the movement desire that the organization stock shall be participated in by as many In dividuals as possible so as to give the Institution a broad basis of popular support and popular interest The El Paso School for Girls is and will be decidedly a community affair, and it should be given the support due a profitable public enterprise. governor Mills was shown over the city in an automobile, accompanied by Mr. Martinez, Mr. McNary and other of his friends. He will return to Santa Fe this evening after having visited Albu querque, Las Cruces and El Paso. Those who attended the luncheon giv en for the governor were: Felix Mar tinez, H. J. Slater, J. A. Smith, H. B. Stevens, A. Courchesne, A. P. Coics, Curdy, O. J. Binf ord. L. Z. Gilbert, Max i Weber, Joshua Raynolds, Richard F Burges, J. TJ. Sweeney, r. M. Payne P. J. Edwards, judge A. S. J. Eylar, John M. Wyatt C. X. Bassett, A. Krakauer. J. G. McNary, Winchester Cooley. FORMER EL. PASOAX SUES FOR DIVORCE IX X.OS ANGELES The Los Angeles Times of March 30 says that Charles L. Elder, formerly of El Paso, has filed suit against his wife, Mary A. Elder, for a divorce and states that he alleges that a child was born to her in 1909 after they had been separated pr 14 months. The- mother was arrested some time ago, the same paper says, on a charge of deserting the baby, but later agreed to take care of it. The paper says that Mrs. Elder ' the daughter of Mrs. J. M. Taylor, wife of a mining man in El Paso, by her first husband. Bell. Mrs. Elder's maid en name was Mary Bell and she was married to Elder in Tucsoa. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all Im purities out of the system, insuring a free and regular condition and restor ing the organs of the body to health, and strength. Sold by alL dealers. GrQVEENOR OF NEW MEXICO ENTERTAINED (Continued From Page One.) taken to the cement plant in an auto, accompanied by the directors of the plant and was shown through the big Institution which is to make El Paso cement famous. Returning from the cement plant, EL BEP0SS SIN1T&R1UM RANCH AHB HEALTH RESORT SIERRA MADRE, CAL. 1500 FEET IX ALTITUDE. BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED in the foot hills of the SIERRA MADRE moun tains, 16 miles from Los Angeles. An institution where is given scientific care of diseases of throat and lungs. Tu berculin and other serum given when advisable. Rates, including medical attention, room, board, etc, $15 per week up. There are no advantages ob tainable' that we cannot duplicate. Physicians and graduate nurses always In attendance. Tent houses, mission bungalows with bath, large buildings with screen porches. Art and Crafts shop and club house. BEST" OF NU TRITIOUS FOODS AND PURE WATER, The deleterious effects of near ocean resorts for lung trouble is well known. The" sea breeze temperecT "by ' 60 miles of distance cools us in summer and warms us in winter. We are making a special offer to a limited number of patients with money to invest Real estate security; good interest Write for information. Theodore D. Kanous. Supt Buster Brown andTige Coming to E! Paso Buster Brown and Tige, the famous characters of the Sunday funny sheets, will appear in El Paso in flesh and kimM blood on Monday, April 4th, at the El Paso theater where they will give per formances during the afternooH. and evening. .Their entertainment is called a Buster Brown reception and ticker entitling the holder to free admission to the theater are being distributed by tha following merchants: The Boston Store. The Bee Hive. E. Strauss & Co. J. Amstetter. R. T. Talpls & Bro. I. Laskin & Bro. -v Kuhne Bros. Mercantile Co. The Smelter Store. Samuei Silverman. , ' The "Bazaar. ' Buster Brown and Tige are repre senting the Brown Shoe Co.. in St. Louis, Mo., manufacturers of Whita House Shoes for Men and- Women aad Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for Boys and Girls. Bear In Mind the Interesting Fact that a Dollar Saved Is a Dollar Made, and to Save it Easuy Is an Opportunity, Therefore if you Are a Contractor "We have thousands of articles in the builders' hardware linevthat tou need, and can buy now cheaper by far than 3-ou ever did. If You Are a Carpenter, a Blacksmith, ' a Farmer, a Builder 1 You can get here almost everything you need to help you make money at the lowest price that you ever bought it. If You Run a Second Hand Store You can fix yourself now for much less money than you can by buying second-hand goods, and get them brand-new, and choice. And Last and Most Your home is number one, and you should outfit yourself for the next ten years to come with the minimum cost. - Everything is going fast, and the'sooner you call, the better it will be for you. j I Rememb er the Place Santa Fe and Second Sts.