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EE PASO HERALD
16- Wednesday, April 13, 1910. ?? Merriif s Brand Butter To one article adds to or detracts from a meal more than Butter. If ronr Butter lias not pleased you, try our "MERBITT'S BBAXD7' and see if the su perior quality of this Butter does not add relish to your entire meal. lo better Butter churned than Merritt Brand. Sold only at this store 35c Per Pound We have just received a fancy lot of Irish Pota toes from Colorado 15 Pounds for 25c EXTRA FINE GREG-ON APPLES Roman Beauties and "Wine Saps $3.25 Per 50-lb. Boxes l?resh Strawberries, per box 15c Fresh Valley Asparagus, 2 bunches for 15c Fresh Florida Grape Fruit, extra fine 10c Home Made Ginger Wafers, Box -.25c & 50c Swedish Wafers, box 25c Baby Educator Crackers for Teething 25c SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS i s1 Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. Spriner is here, the sand storms have srone, now is fche time to have us paint, paper and decorate your home. We have the facilities for prompt work and our prices- are reasonable. Tuttle Paint Glass Co. others, dozu Fans Fans Don't Biiy Electric Fans When You Can Rent Them The Standard Electric Co. 107 S.Stanton St. AJPPIilES FOR PERMIT FOR FIiATIRbX BUILDING. Stewart & Crawford, contractors, ap plied for a. building permit this after noon to erect the flatiron building for D. "W. Keckhart, at a cost of $23,900. The structure .will have a frontage of 150 feet on Ri. Francisco street and 158 feet on Main street. We S peoaiization specialize" Tomorrow On Good Values "Wbatdo you need? Eeadv-to-wear? Piece Goods? Trimmings for siiinmer dresses? "Whatever it is, -you will fiad it here tomorrow at an attractive price. Eead this advertisement every word of it. It contains many good values for tomorrow. Come to the store tomorrow in each Department you will find displayed some item of interest. We offer the "best values for the money" every day. But, to morrow we "specialize" and offer specially good values in all Departments. v DTJRHAM-DTJPLEX-RAZOR. The new razor that combines the advantages of all ODen blade and "Safety." and eliminates all their faults. It cannot cut you cannot scrape or pull but shaves you correctly and with perfect safety. The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor, Safety Guard. Stropping Attachment and six double-edged, hollow-ground blades of the finest tempered st⪙ all in handsome leather covered case; PRICE COM PLETER $5.00. Buy one and try it for 30 days. If not entirely satisfactory, return at our fexpense, and your money will be cheerfully refunded. SHELTON-PAYNE ASMS CO. Mi M i m i !i.- ii -Mil WW Still, WeHave Too Many Wool Suits In spite of the heavy selling the past three days, still, we have too many tail ored wool suits! In addition to the six lots listed below, all higher-priced suits are offered at equally as remarkable reductions. We advise selection tomor row, while there is still a plenitude of sizes, colors and styles. All $15.00 Suits for . $6.95 All '$30.00 Suits for . . $19.75 All $20.00 diA qH Suits for . . $ 1 U.OD All $40.00 Suits for . . 28.95 All $25.00 Suits for . . $14.50 AH $50.00 Suits for . . $38.50 Always Something Interesting' In Our Windows Corset Special $3.50 to $5 Corsets, $1.00 T&ese are "Kabo," "STemo" and "Ma jestic" Corsets broken lines. They are large sizes mostly, from 2G to 35, but there are some smaller, from 22 to 26. We have been sort of over hauling the Dorset Section lately and have grouped, all broken lines. These are $3.50 to $5.00 corsets; to be closed out, beginning d "t f tomorrow, choice for P JL vV Sale of Hand Bags Continues We continue tomorrow, and as long as the lots last, our special sale of hand bags. These are real seal bags, different sizes, shapes and linings. A handsome bag is a distinct addition to a "woman's costume nd here is your opportunity to buy a really fine bag for the price of a cheap one. 6 lots, as follows: $3.00 Hand Bags $1.95 $6.00 Hand Bags $3.79 $4.50 Hand Bags $2.88 $7.00 Hand Bags $4.95 $5.00 Hand Bags $3.48 $8.00 Hand Bags $5.75 Hundreds of Summer Hats At $5.00 and $10.00 We are featuring summer bats at this price range. Beginning at $5.00 and rang - ing up to $10.00, Ave show hundreds of summer hats in fine and coarse straws tailored and dress styles black hats, white hats, hats of every color hats trim med -with ribbon and hats loaded with flowers. They come from famous American mfllin ers; they're copies of imported models. Look at this $5.00 to $10.00 range to morrow, and you'll agree with us that it's a unique showing not duplicated else where in El Paso. You will find in this special display many late summer models that have not been shown before in EI Paso. Vindy Weather Calls for Veils Two Opportune Specials 50c Veiling 23c Pace Veilings, in black and colors,, plain-- and fancv meshes. Sell' ifegulariv ooc. "40c and 50c a yard; special tomorrow $2.00 Veils $1.39 Hemstitched Chiffon Veils, yard wide, two yards long. Offered in black, white and all colors; worth $2.00 each. tf QQ ,Extra Special tomorrow pJLOt ibiO C- Toilet Articles Dr. Sheffield's Creme Denti frice,, the regular 25c tubes; special tomorrow, 15c. Ingram IMilk-Weed Face Cream, the regular 50c jars; special tomorrow 35c. 35c grade "Kleanwell" Paib ber Sponges the only sani tary sponges; extra special tomorrow 28c. Ricksecker's new golf "Queen" Talcum Powder .the new powder with the new odor 25c- Thursday Specials in Summer Silks 75c TUSSAH SILK 59 c Tussah Silk, 27 inches wide, in the natural color only, with dresden dots and fancy designs; worth 75c a yard; special tomorrow, $1.50 BLACK VOILE $1-05 , The $1.50 quality black voile, 46 inches wide, is offered as an extra special for tomorrow, only, per yard, . $1.50 PONGEE $1.19 1.50 Shantung Pongee, 27 inches wide, in old rose, light blue, pink, Copenhagen blue, reseda, mulberry, catawba and turquoise. Worth 1.50; special tomorrow, per .yd, 59c $1.05 $1.19 $1.00 RAJAH SILK 59c Rajah Silk, 27 inches wide, col ors are old rose, stone gray, taupe, navy blue, pink, light blue, reseda, emerald, light and dark brown, turquoise, na tural, leather, black and wliite. Regular price $1.00 a yard; special tomorrow El Paso's Store of Quality 59c GrflnIifSll J.WU 'mil 1 'J. Caliph- Da&ood Co. fettemfeft ' 75c SHANGTAI SILK 33c 27 inch ShangtaJ Silk, the reg ular 75c quality; colors are re seda, Alice blue, taupe, pink, wisteria, cafcywba, light blue, old rose, champagne, lavender, tan, granite, black and white. Special tomorrow, Q q per yard OOC 3 Extra Specials For Tomorrow Vorthy of Your Consideration $1.00 Embroideries 25c Swiss and Hamburg Edgings and Inser tions, in all sorts of good patterns, (widths up to 12 inches, values up to $1.00 ftp a yard; Extra Special tomorrow. OC 75c Embroideries 18c Swiss and Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, in various new and dainty patterns, that sell regularly at 50c and 75c a 1g yard; Extra Special tomorrow IOC 15c Handkerchiefs 9c Just 35 dozen handkerchiefs in this extra special. They are women's crossbar linen handkerchiefs, 'hemstitch ed, strictly all linen, soft and fine, splendid wearing, ser viceable handkerchiefs. Worth to Q 15c; Extra Special tomorrow C (6 to a customer) Hanan ras The Best We would like to have you see our line of oes an ras Before buying your Summer Footwear , DEATH STOPS TRIP BACK TO EUROPE A Happy Family Party Is Thrown Into Sorrow by , Death on Train. A happy pilgrimage to the fatherland was ended before completion by the death on the evening &. K. & S. A. train near El Paso yesterday of Mrs. M. Caroline Munster, one of a party of four German-Americans bound for Eu rope. Mrs. Munster, in the presence of her husband, J. H. Munster. a San Francisco contractor, died at 6:15 p. m., shortly after the train had departed from this "city. Death was caused by heart ailure. Todaj' the body lies "in an El Paso Your tongue is coated. Your breath is foul. Headaches come and go. These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble. To remove the cause is the first thing, and Chamber Jain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to sake and most effect ive. Sold by all dealers. morgue, and the tourists will return to ban i? rancisco. ine uuuy as reiuun-u from the train at Sierra Blanca, arriv ing here this morning. Besides the husband and wife, the Rarty was com posed of Henry Bernholdt, member of he firm of J. H. Munster & Co., and his brother, Herman Bernholdt. Fortunately, but without effect, there were two physicians on the train, Br. Downe, of Ysleta, and Br. TV. A. Hod kinson, a tourist from Pittsburg, Pa. The doctors were unable to save the woman. Mrs. Munster, whose age was 45, is survived by a small child, also with the party, and a married daughter, Mrs F. O. Stevers, of San Francisco. The Munsters were married in Germany, and their proposed trip was in the na ture of a second honeymoon after many succeses in the new world. SWEEXEY TO PRESENT MESSAGE i TO COUNCIL THURSDAY. Mayor Sweeney worked until mid night Tuesday preparing his annual message for presentation to the city council tomorrow. It is a voluminous document, contain ing nearly 45 pages, and embraces the work .of all departments done during th past 12 months. r Mexican Kisses 25 Cents a Pound WEDNESDAY ONLY ?g?&sjf JTfS CONFECTIONERY COMPANY C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr. 206 K. Oregon St. Phone 34r i Seats 5 or ITER USERS VOTE TO PS? PRICE PLICEll, ON LAND FOR 01 Congressman Smith Wires That Conference Today! With Secretary Ballinger Was Without Result. A meeting of the members of the Wa ter Users' association is in progress at the chamber of commerce this after noon to consider the action of the board of governors in recommending that the United States government deposit the amount awarded by the commissioners, in reference to the condemnation pro ceedings affecting the Elephant Butte dam project, and begin work. The meeting decided to approve the action of the board of governors in asking that the amount be paid and no appeal be taken. The meeting at "Washington today of congressman Smith and secretary Ballinger was without results, as ex plained by a message received this aft ernoon by Felix Martinez from Mr. Smith. The message states: "The conference with the secretary today was without definite results. I will confer with the secretary and the president together, later in the week. In the meantime, have Mexico urge their ambassador here if possible. Have Burges rush report of suit to the attor ney general." Mr. Burges left for Washington Mon day night and tvHI in person present the facts in the suit to the attorney general. i apm m -; it Orawfard Thsafer lx Office IS SAGE GIVE LOCILIJU. f miuiUuu if . (Continued From Page One.) ried on early in the year for funds to huild the boarding home. A number of substantial subscriptions 'were made, and the first' few thousands came with comparative ease. Then the work got harder and harder. The individual sub scriptions became smaller on the aver age and it took a long time to make up a few -thousand dollars. Along about February 10 the fund had reached $10. 000, with the prospect good for raising scene $3000 more. The building committee, hearing thai Mrs. Russell Sage would soon pass through El Paso on her way to the pa cific coast, decided to ask for a meet ing with her to present the claims of the home. They wired to Mrs. Sage, and on the day her train was due to pass through here, the committee went to the station in the early morning, ex pecting to have an audience with her. i The committee was told by the Pullman porter that Mrs. Sage was in her draw ing room and could not be disturbed. The porter further stated that the train would bs there all day and that the committee could see Mrs. Sage about 10 oclock. The committee sought to send in a note to her for an appointment, but it was evident, from later develop ments that the note was not delivered. In 20 minutes the train pulled out and' left the committee standing on the platform, much chagrined, but thinking of course that Mrs. Sage had received no notice of their intended call. 3Ix.(. Sage Hears of it. Some days later, Mrs. Henry Biggers wife of conductor Biggers of the South ern Pacific, called on Miss Staffor and told her that Mrs. Sage had spoken to the conductor some hours after leaving El Paso, asking him when the train woud arrive at El Paso. Mr. Biggers Informed her that El Paso had been reached and passed some hours before and Mrs. Sage was evidently disturbed! because, said she, -it had been her inten tion to meet a committee of women from the Y. W. C. A. Mr. Biggers took ad vantage of the occasion offered and em phasized strongly El Paso's need for a roarding home for working girl?. Mrs. Biggers called on Miss Stafford to ex press Mrs. Sage's interest, and further to convey Mrs. Sage's wish that the lo cal committee write her in California, laying the whole proposition before her. The Secret Well Kept. The committee did so, pledging itself to raise a total of $13,000. If Mrs. Sage would would give $10,000. Mrs. Sage con sidered the proposition and wrote from CaHsIier& BbcsE Bargains For Tomorrow's Shoppers Drapery Section Children's "Acorn" Knit Waists, Bleached, all sizes from 1 to 13 3'cars. Regular price 15c; extra special tomorrow, Piece Goods YARD WIDE ENGLISH PER CALES 'Patterns and colorings suitable for women's waists and. dresses, men's shirts; colors absohrtely fast; extra special Q tomorrow J C APRON GINGHAMS, Brands in different size checks, brown aJid white, blue and white, green and white, red and white; sell regularly Sl-3c a yard; J extra special tomorrow iJ C CRETONNES 32 to 36 inches wide, in a big assortment of colors and patterns. Values to 20c a yard; ty Extra Special tomorrow. X a C MADRASINE AND SCRIM 30 inches wide, in Mission, Cathe dral and 'barred effects; light and dark colors. Regular price 15c a yard; extra " -b -j special tomorrow .. X 1. C ECRU J.ACE CURTAINS 45 to 50 inches wide. 3 and 31-2 yards long, big range of patterns to select from; new spring de signs; sold regularly at $3.D0 a pair; extra, special tomorrow Hemmed, Huck and Turkish Bath Towels, good liberal size and extra heavy, bleached and unbleached; worth to 15c, each; extra special tomorrow, $1.69 10c '(6 to a customer) Friday Is Remnant Day The week's accumulation of remnants will be on sale Friday. Wait fortius sale! California that she would promise $10, 000 on condition that the local commit tee raised a total cf $13,000. A further condition was made that absolutely nothing be said about the gift until Mrs. Sage could return to New York. The few who had knowledge of the gift maintained strict secrecy. Mrs. Sage sent her check promptly upon returning tc Xew York and the meeting of the board this morning was for the purpose of receiving the first public announce ment. What the Money Is For. The receipt of this gift will insure the completion of the boarding home. The local committee is anxious that the Idea should not become current that this, meets all the needs of the Y. VT. C. A. for that is not the case. It will be neces sary to enlarge and improve the equip ment for the downtown work and com pletely furnish the boarding home; also to provide any possible deffoTf , v.- maintenance of the work for the com mg year. The committee estimates that $5000 more will, be needed within this year, and through tag day and persoal solicitations for additional subscriptions the committee confidently expects that this amount will be raised. Krlendly to Y. AV. C. A. Work Mrs. Sage has done a great deal for the Young Women's Christian associ ation oyer the country. She erected the f:ne building in "New York for national headquarters and has given liberally in aid of this work in various places The special needs -of the work here as laid before htrby the committee seemed to appeal strongly to her kind, heart, and her latest gift is recognized not merely as a contribution to a specif ic --work but as an evidence- of friendship of which the whole community is both proud and deeply appreciative.