We got in a big shipment, yesterday, of summer waists. Ifc
comprises plain tailored waists, the dainty lace-trimmed
waists and exquisite hand embroidered 'waists. You need
waists no woman 'ever ftas quite enough. Come and see
what our Waist Section offers you.
Two Waist Specials
For tomorrow, and the balance of the week, we note two waist
specials- These are new waists, 1910 styles, part of yester
days shipment. Te offer special prices, solely, to induce you
to visit the Waist Section tliis week while the display is at
its best. These are all white waists, tailored and, lingerie
styles, with all the newest ideas in sleeves and closings. All
sizes, to begin with.
SPECIAL 2TO. 1
Eegular$1.50 d f rf
Waists for . . . P I W
SPECIAL 3TO'. 2
Waists for . .
At this nominal price, we are
showing a great variety of new
Elastic and Leather Belts in
all the colors of the moment,
and different styles of buckles.
These belts are, really, excep
tional values PA
The 25c Line
We take great pride in our. Neckwear Section, and are at
pains to keep the assortment always attractive and up-to-date.
Among the newest novelties in neckwear are the "Ohante
der" and sailor styles. While we offer superb lines of neck
wear at all prices, we consider the 25c line our best. At
25c we show all manner of dainty neckwear stocks, jabots,
linen collars, Dutch collars, tulle bows, etc etc.
P1P1II f"3 Ti 1 1 f"3i I F5 f
Stewart & Crawford Start
"Workon Reckh art's Flat
El Paso's Only Exclusive Ready -to-Wear Store
W. J. FEffi. II ERE
KG ON If
EI TEN STORY
Another modern reinforced concrete cate and I -want to start the workV of
structure is to gTace San Antonio I demolishing the present structure on
street, at the northeast -corner of J31 May 21 so that I can hurry the build-
Paso street, provided ihe present plana
of Maj. TT. J. Fewel are carried through.
"Work -will commence on the structure
May 21, If possible.
Maj. Fewel, discussing- his plans this
morning said: "It is my intention to
erect a reinforced concrete store and
office building on the corner, to be at
leait eight stories high and possibly
10 stories. I estimate that the cost will
tif between 575.000 and ssu.ouu, ana
iness at El Paso and Overland streets
Mr. Toung says it will be three years
or more before he starts it, however.
Stewart & Crawford, the contractors
for -the new flatiron building to be
constructed for D. TV. Reckhart on San
Francisco strpet. just we;t of the build
ing occupied by the H. Lesinsky com
pany, are today razing the remaining
adobes which have been; standing on
the property for a number of years. The
adobes once furnished quarters for one
of El Paso's first dance halls.
The new building to be constructed
for Mr. Reckhart will comprise two
stories and a basement. It will have
a frontage of 163 feet on San Francisco
street and 173 on Main street.
Seven store buildings will front on
San Francisco street. Mr. Reckhart
will occupy the center room with his
independent assay office. He will have
six living rooms in the narrow end of
the second floor quarters. The re
mainder of the second floor quarters
will be used for an assembly hall.
Actual construction work will be
commenced as soom as the basement is
DEIIAIS'D ROOD'S ICC CREAM
All made under the most sanitary
conditions. Tomorrow we will have va
nilla, maplenut and strawberry flavors.
Delivered to all parts of the city.
Pass City Fuel Company, Geo. C
Successors to Smith & Co., Sll Texas
street. Dealers in coal, wood, hay, bran,
chops, oats, corn, cement, etc Phones,
Automatic 1S18; Bell 1479.
Having returned to El Paso to live, I
respectfully ask for a share of the pat
ronage of my friends and the general
public, promising satisfaction as far as
it is In my power to give it.
Geo. C. AVlmberly.
Having sold my fuel and feed busi
ness, at Sll Texas street, to the Pass
City Fuel Company (Geo. C. "Wimberly,
Owner), I respectfully request that my
friends and customers continue their
patronage with the new company. I
will continue with the new company as
Smith & Co.
By R. H. Smith.
LAS CETJCES AND
COURT TO SETTLE
CASE OVER DITCH
j ing along.
"The new building will have a front
age of 31 feet on San Antonio street
and wlll extend along El Paso street a ,
distance oi at ieet eignt menes. xne
ground floor will be store rooms and
the upper stories devoted to offices."
Z. T. "White proposes to erect a new
modern and lofty building at his El
Paso .nd "Wst San Antonio street hold
ing soon after an IS months' lease of
000 Called For Eealty
work will commence as soon as possible. J the property expires. Still later, Phil
On May 20 my present tenants -will va- Young may go into the skyscraper bus-
OL.EET AHD STRONGEST
m DOHA ANA GOUHTY
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TEAHSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS "
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C. SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. W00DHULL, V. Pres. and Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
' -' -r-
NOW YOU CAN AFFORD THE I
PIANO YOU WANT
Buy on Your Own Terms
and Prices. Your Credit
is Good at Our Store.
We just received another car of as
fine a lot of pianos as ever came to
El Paso. Our store is crammed full
from, the front to the back door of as
choice a lot of pianos, as many dif
ferent grades and prices as can be
found in'any of the largest stores in
Chicago. "We positively guarantee to
sell at eastern jprices, and we save
you the freight.
y Prices on good standard new pia
nos, including stool and cover, from
$200 and upwards, on terms of $6.00
a month if you -wish. We have a
I complete stock of uprights, upright
grands, parlor and baby grands, and specially made art baby grands. "We have
inner player pianos ranging in price from $500 to $750. EASY PAYMENTS.
These same plaver manna r snld of -ill Tiot- nrocfm ztrrrp at. Sfinfl tn S1050.
xuie uebLTvay to prove the truth of our statement is to go to all the other stores
first, get their prices, keeping in mind the qualitv of the pianos, then come to
our store, look through our entire stock and make vcur own comparisons- We
are ne largest dealers in El Paso. We buv and sell more pianos than all the
rest of ihe stores combined. Thnr. i ffeo c , , ,n h enmo mmlif-.v
I ofpianos so much cheaper. If you liave need for a piano it is as much to your
. , . . K uur large stock through carefully before buying. We
enjoy showing our pianos whether you do or do not buy. Remember, we are
in our new Stanton street store.
Jenkins Piano Co.
Judge Mecliem Is Hearing
Troubles of La Union and
Las Cruces. X. M., April 13. Judge
- Mechem Is here to sit in the hearing
IinprOYements Totaling $29,- of th injunction proceedings wherein
its commissioners. has enjoined the
Three Saints community ditch, hy Its
commissioners, from diverting the course
of the Rio Grande.
This case is commonly known as the
cut-off ease down the river In the An-thony-Berlno
district. In this particu
lar place the river makes a horseshoe
bend and has occasioned the eroding of
the banks on both sides of the river.
On the east side only are the lands in
cultivation and the farmers on that side
have lost considerable of their lands,
which -were 4n alfalfa and other crops,
but on- the west side the land is bosque
and the people of the east side, several
weeks ago, went over to the west side
and made a cut-off giving the -tvater
a straight channel, hoping to relieve the
situation on both sides. The excava
tion was made and the -water was run
ning through and beginning to make
a channel when some of the west siders
decided that it -would work to their
detriment and closed up the entrance to
the new channel and entered the In
junction. Attorney James H. Paxton represents
the plaintiffs and TL L. Young and Holt
and Sutherland the defendants.
Loss of Appetite
lYhich is so common in the spring or
upon "the return of warm weather. Is
loss of vitality, vigor or tone, and is
often a forerunner of prostrating disease.
It is serious and especially so to
people that must keep up and doing or
The best medicine to take for it is
the great constitutional remedy
Which purines and enriches the blood
and builds up the whole system.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
this, the first opportunity, to write to
you as secretary of the ilesllla Valley
chamber of commerce, to ask you to ex
tend my thanks to the members of your
organization, and to the other good peo
ple of Dona Ana county, for the cour
teous and enthusiastic greetings which
were extended to me on the occasion of
my visit to your beautiful city. I beg
to assure you I will never forget the
kind treatment which was given me, and
that the remembrance of my trip will
linger in my mind for years to come.
"Las Cruces is growing and improving
greatly, and ir preCict for Dona Ana
county a bright and prosperous future.
Very sincerely yours,
"William J. Mills."
LA MESA XEWS XOTES
A.D PERSONAL 3IEXTIOX
La Mesa, N. AT., Apia 13. The West
Side Literary club, held its regular
meeting at the home of Miss Anita Mead.
Mrs. P. S. Jones was leader.
Owing to the Illness of Prof. E H.
Reynolds there was no school Monday.
Xone of the fruit has been killed or
damaged except the early plums.
Messrs. Betzel and Cragln will open
a general merchandise . store In the
Beliz building on May 1.
Mrs. L. Hannum leaves soon to visit
her old home in Pennsylvania, She will
be away several months.
Miss Hazel Cramer has returned to
El Paso for medical treatment.
Mrs. J. R. Livesay and Mrs. Theo. J.
Davis spent Tuesday in El Pas
Miss Clari Mi nrt3- has retu'-ptd to rer
home in El Paso after spending several
days with Mrs. Linn.
Miss Ruth Hylaud is home from Me
silla Park on account of a severe sore
I Lr- J
Made to Measure Means-
Individual tailoring costs you no
more, if we make the suit for you.
You are assured of the latest fabric,
the newest style, and you can hare
any ideas of your own worked into
"Rnf: -mnsf: of all vmi p-p.t fit and
X&l staying qualities. Summer as you
dust do their best to put the suit
"down and out" quick. And if
it s an out-of-the-heap, they suc
Your tailored suit, made by us,
will stay by you to the end of the
summer and beyond, and will give
you satisfaction every day you put
Make your selection while our
fine assortment of siutings is new
and complete. Be measured today.
$20 to $40.
ARMY OFFICER TO INSPECT
A. fe M. CADET BATTALION
Agricultural College, X. M., April 13.
The first meeting of the choral so
ciety took place on Tuesday evening at
7:30 oclock. This society will furnish a
good part of the commencement music
There will be a regular army officer
at the college on Thursday to inspect
George Helde will talk at the Y. M.
C. A. on April 19 instead of Tuesday
of this week. Mr. Lewis addressed the
meeting this week.
At a student body meeting held, Mc
Cowen was unanimously elected edltor
inchief of the Roundup for the school
year of 1910-11.
Twentynine thousand dollars in
building permits issued in one day is
a record breaker that will stand for a
short time, and indicates that the
building business is not lagging.
Tuesday's permits reached within $0.
of this figure and ttoday -there will be!
-oine more to aaa to it, so that this
month building bids fair to surpass
the record established dduring the past
South Virginia street, between Fourth
and Fifth streets, Campbell addition
Felix Martinez to JuanvD. Maese, lot 11
block 109, Campbell's addition; consid
eration $650. March 9, 1910.
Montana street, between SL Vrain
and Ange streets, Pierce-Finley addi
tion Joseph F. Bennett and wife to
Humboldt Casad, lot 13, easterly 4 feet
of lot 12, westerly 12 feet of lot 14,
block 277, Pierce-Finley addition; con
sideration $10,000. April 7, 1910. .
To J. M. Langford, to build a buggx
shed of lumber, SxlOxlS feet, in rear of
the residence at 131S North Florence
street; estimated cost $20.
To Mns. A. R. BarJow, to build a six
room brick cottage with shingle roof,
22x30x45 feet, on Boulevard, "between
Noble and Brown streets; estimated
To E. C. Flores, to build an addition
al storeroom in front of residence at
2116 Bassett avenue; estimated cost
To D. Dominguez, to build an adobe
residence, 8x10x10 feet, at the south
east corner of Pera and Rayner streets,
East El Paso; estimated cost $100.
To L. F. Clark, to build a three story
brick building. 50x36 feet 8 Inches by
108 feet 4 Inches, to be used as Y. TV. C
A. home, at the northeast corner of
TTest Missouri and -Fisher streets; esti
mated cost $20,100.
To Richard Caples, to build a three
story reinforced concrete store and of
fice building at the wmthwest corner
of Mesa avenue and San Antonio street;
estimated cost $6000.
Licensed to Wcd.
Geo. 3. Danner and Ethel Hairgrove.
To Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Moore, 606
East Fourth street, girl, American.
April 11 1910.
L. F. CLARK TO BUILD
HOUSE FOR MRS. E. H. CARTON.
L. F. Clark is to build a six room
brick cottage on Wyoming street, be
tween Austin and Lee streets, to cost
$3000, and to be occupied by Mrs. E. H.
Carton as her residence.
VALLEY LAND SOLD.
Chas. Ward and Thomas Quigley have
just closed a deal disposing of 20 acres
in the Vineyard tract below Ysleta.
The purchasers are Ethen Allen and
Alfred T. Allen.
THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
118 STANTON ST., COR. TEXAS.
PHONE 2958, SING 1.
Upper Valley Organization
Takes Action on Com
mission's Eeport. '
Las Cruces, N. M., April 13. At the
meeting of the board of directors of the
Mesilla Valley chamber of commerce
Tuesday afternoon the following reso
lution, relative to the action ofthe com
mission of appraisers for the Engle dam
site was offered by R. L. Young and
Resolved, That in the opinion of the
Mesilja Valley chamber of commerce,
the award of the commission appointed
by the judge of the seventh judicial
district of New Mexico, to appraise the
damages to the property of the Victorio
Land and Cattle company, occasioned
by the Construction of the Engle dam,
be approved, and that we respectfully
recommend this course to the secretary
of the interior and to the reclamation
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., April 13. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: Wm. Palmer, jr., Rincon,
L. H. Darby, Denver, J. T. Brownrigg,
El Paso; H. L. Bulord, New York; H.
"W. Brooks Denver, F. G. Morris. El
Paso; S. H. Gillett. El Paso; James W
Baker, El Paso. J. A. Smith. El Paso,
J Snowden, Raton. D. J. Jones, Berino.
L. H. McNary, Berino. J. S. Brooks,
Anthony, TV. A. Taylor. El Pao, F. R.
McCoy, Fort Wingate.
Park hotel: S. S. Fitzpatrick, El Paso;
Mrs. C. Leonard, Pueblo; S. TV. Wright,
For El Paso and vicinity Tonight j
and Thursday fair. ,
x For New Mexico Tonight partly j
clouds south portion, colder; showers f
north portion, colder, freezing temper
ature. Thursday generally fair and
For west Texas Tonight and Thurs-
. day partly cloudy weather, showers in,
j north portion tonight or Thursday;
colder In north portion,
j River at El Paso Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
.mmk - -v
wmm. vrv -
Mary T. Goldman '
Gray Hair Restorer ",
restores original color a
Trade Harfc Htsistarri is permanent. Does not
ural. Has no si3iiaent. o It's neither sticky nor
greasy it's as pore and clear as water.
Don t experiment use what thousands of others
have found saf eand satisfactory. Sample and comb
umuiuieifura. cf sure wj mention original color
of rocr hair. HABY T. fiOTDWiv ni-
B1ifr F31; llini2-, The la size SLC0 bottle
, sold by all dealers, mcladiag: is'
KELLY & POLLARD.
tt nHk JKaTL
' S -i e
1 1 &7 IN THE SOUTHWEST. I
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M.. Aprrl 13. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
Mrs. Lena Sutton to B. J. Viljoen,
option of saleof land, being the west
half of the southeast quarter of section
C. township l!6, south range 3 east;
consideration $4S00. Dated March 31,
Morris Freudenthal to P. H. Bailey, j
qun ciaim aeeu tu two iracis oi laiiu,
being known as tracts 7 Jind S of the
Samuel J. Freudenthal lands, containing
33.6 acres; consideration 51 and other
valuables. Dated February 15, 1910.
Royal .Tackman to the Berino-Ahthony
Farmers' association, warranty deed to
lots 1, ,2, ,3 'and 4T of block 5, in the
La Tuna, Texas townsite; consideration
$400. Dated March 2, 1910.
J. D. TVolIett to -Bailey E. Garrard,
warranty deed b lots 26 and 27, in block
138 of TVestmont Heights addition- con
sideration $40. Dated April 12, 1910
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., April 13.. TVm.
Palmer, jr.. of Rincon, is In the city.
J. C. McNary and D. J. Jones came
up from Berino yesterday.
Gen. B. J. Viljoen is In town today Jn
attendance on the injunction hearing.
J. S. Brooks, of Anthony Is transact
ing business here today.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin V. Erkenbeck,
of Guadalajara, Mexico, who have made
an extensive northern trip, are In the
city today, ithe guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. TVard. They will leave this
evening over the Mexican Central for
Traveling Man Attempts to
End His Life While at
Anthony, N. M., April 13. .Teffe Car
plick, a traveling salesman, who came
in this morning, attempted to commit
suicide by cutting Jiis throat with a
razor -while in the barber shop in Jesus
Enriquez's house at La Tuna shortly
after 10 o'clock this morning. He Is
under the care of physicians and his
recovery is expected.
Carplick walked into the barber shop
which was unoccupied at the time,
picked up a razor and cut four gashes
in his throat, none of which is believed
to be very dangerous. He jrave nn fnr
Dr. Duvall, the prominent physician, J 'ther reason for attempting to end his
"I consider Dp Miracle the only safe,
sure and radical cure for that very
common and objectionable trouble, su
perfluous hair." Better take a doctor's
advice; don't be deceived with fake
free treatments. Poisonous, worthless
concoctions are dangerous. Besides, af
ter you have used them it will be
harder to remove the hair.
De Miracle is sold by Kelly & Pol
lard and all other good stores. Book
let free in plain sealed envelope b'
the De Miracle Chem. Co., Dept. 135
1905 Park Ave., New York.
life than that he said he was tired of
living. He Is a single man, 35 years
of age, and the son of J. A. Carplick,
of 3116 Flora avenue, Kansas City, Mo.
GOVERNOR MILLS EXPRESSES
APPRECIATION TO LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., April 13. Gover
nor Mills expresses his appreciation of
Las Cruces, the Mesilla valley and her
people in a letter received by the cham
ber of comment. The letter, addressed
to A R. Coleman, secretary, follows:
"I reached Santa Fe Sunday and take
Anyone Say r
"Is ood for ihe health?"
Some are so strong they cm
There's comfort and sure relief
for those Tvho have troubles from
coffee and there are many from
if change to -well-made, weU-boiled
There's a Reason"
Postnm Cereal Company, Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
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easily answered when you view our magnificent
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rivaled by any establishment in the Soutlrwest.
Necklqces, Brooches, Rings, Buckles,. Hat
Pins, Bracelets, Scarf Pins, Cuff Links.
Table Silverware of every description, Sand
wick Plates, Center Pieces, Bread Plates,
Baskets, and Novelties of all kinds at various
For wedding anniversaries, engagements and'all
gift occasions we show appropriate. selections,
and the rare quality and beautiful mountings
please in every particular.
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