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Wednesday, April 13, 1910.
l fc T5 f U. u. urocery EL PASO HERALD BBE9BaEaaBBnB3BHEBBHHBIBni I TaWWa:MMWMMaMMMWiMWaB3WEaaaBMM"MMWWMMMMWaMMaHBBMEBlgBBBJSCI I I ! I8g an i -- J yst EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SHEETING 90 inches wide, extra quality for suits, skirts and waists. The dollar grade, 69c Yard. EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SUITING Yard wide union linen suiting, extra quality, worth regularly 40c, " 21c Yard EXTRA SPECIAL LINEN SUITING Bound thread, all linen, medium weight, a yard wide, worth Goc, 42c Yard EXTRA SPECIAL FLAXON Permanent linen finish in neat checks and stripes. Reg ular 30c and 35c quality, 19c Yard Comer Kansas and Boulevard EeU Phones 823 and 844. Auto Phone 1691. The only strictly cash grocery in El Paso: the only place you do not hare to help pay solicitors, collectors, bookkeepers and some one else's unpaid account. Our Goods and Prices Will Prove 'What We Say Best Creamery Butter, per lb . . v 35c Strictly Fresh Yalley Eggs, per doz 30c Mountain Park Eggs, never over 4 days old, doz . . . 35c Best Colorado Potatoes, 15 lbs. for 25c 4 large Bolls Toilet Paper for 25c 4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for . 25c 3 cans Old Dutch Cleaner for . 25c Large Pkg. Gold Dust, each only 20c 4 bars Fells' Xaptha Soap for 25c 8 bars Diamond C Soap for 25c 6 bars Crystal White Soap for 25c Best quality Full Cream Cheese, per lb 20c Extra fine large fat Mackerel, each only -10c 7 lbs. Pearl Com Meal for 25c 7 lbs. Yellow Pearl Com Meal for 25c 7 lbs. Bulk Grits for - - f. . - -25c Best quality Gasoline, 5 gals', for 85c Eupion Oil, 5 gals, for 80c 3 pkgs. Post Toasties for. . - - 25c 3 large cans Milk (any kind) for , 25c Very best quality Evaporated Peaches, per lb 10c Extra good Primes, 3 lbs. for 25c Extra good 2-lb. cans Tomatoes, 2 for 15c Extra good Iowa Corn, 3 cans for 25c We sell Cream of Wheat and Globe Flour, made in El Paso. We sell President, Ambassador. Statesman and C. O. D. Coffee, made in El Paso. PHONE ITS YOUR ORDERS East El Paso and Highland Park deliveries every Saturday. srsf-tffcV8 S: I V 3S.yJL 3 Ve fte J af UNIONS MEETING IN GALVESTON Several Eesolutions Affect ing Labor in State Introduced. Galveston, Tex., April 13. "When the J State Federation of Labor met this morning', the credentials committee re ported all delegates seated except the electrical workers of Fort "Worth. The credentials of this organization will be reported tomorrow.' Among- the resolutions offered today were those urging all state work by union labor, urtrfng a nine hour Tvork dav ia the milling trades, regueting, railroads to pay employes twice month ly, opposing postal rates on second class matter, and supporting the leather -workers demands. THE COURTS. FEDERAL COURT. T. S. Maier, Presiding:. Ong Hong, offering a bribe to a Unit ed States officer, found guilty by jury; Every family and especially those "who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlain's .niment.' There Is no telling "when it may oe wanted In case of an accident or emergency. It is most excellent in all cases of rheuma tism, sprains and bru'ses. Sold by all dealers. sentenced to 90 days In jail and to pay a fine of $5. Chin TTong and Sung Lee. offering to bribe a United States, of ficer; not guilty. 34TH DISTRICT. -J. R, Harper, Presiding. Carlos Hernandez, inert; on trial. 41ST DISTRICT. A. 31. Walthall, Presiding. Honsen vs. S. Kinsella, suit on debt; judgment for plaintiff. $450. JUSTICE COURTS. E. H. Watson, Presiding. John Davis, gambling; fined $25 and costs; notice of appeal given. William aioeller, automobile speed ing; fined ?5 and costs; notice of ap peal given. E. B. 3IcClinock. Presiding. Leona Casey, attempted arson: held to grand jury; bond fixed at $500; furnished. flo grand jury; bond fixed at $100; fur- msiieu. . PROHIBITIONISTS WILT ELIMINATE CANDIDATES Fort "Worth, Tex., April 13. A confer ence of leading prohibition Democrats will be held here tonight for th pur pose, it is reported, of eliminating gu bernatorial candidates. Reports differ as to -whether Cone Johnson or R. V. Davidson's head -will fall, but Poindex ter is not mentioned. Steaks and roasts cut from choice siteers fattened especially for high class trade. Robinson's market. J C. Peyton successor. Y PERSONAL EXPERIENCE r I with TUBERCULOSIS i i By WILL M. ROSS Afflicted with tuberculosis, I went to El Paso in 1908, supposing that the climate, alone, would cure me. It proved a costly supposition. It was only after making many costly mistakes, that I learned the way to health. That others may profit by and avoid my experiences, I have endeavored, in this book, to show YOU how you can carry into practice wherever you are the methods that the cure depends on. Read it; your physician will endorse it. postpaid on receipt of 50 cents (silver or money order.) Address Will M. Eoss, 202 Herald Bldg., Stevens Point, Wise. ! mmfjacsts& i jmmsgMVis&j Don f Wait Have it attended to at once, with Less Cost Every instrument ster ilized before and after , using. DRS. MAGRUDER & WIAPE "The" Dentists WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES April Sale of Embroideries and "White Goods j i White Fabrics English Nainsook. JFine quality, smooth soft finish, for underwear or children's garments. "Worth regularly 20c a yard. 11 Extra special C Mercerised Madras A variety of designs in the 27 inch white mercerized madras for waists, shirts and children's garments. Yalues up to 35c, - q special A w White Madras Summer weight madras in neat designs for waists, shirts and children 's dresses. Values up to 25c Extra special . . Checked Dimities Eiue, sheer quality Dimity, in neat stripes and checks; our regular 20c qualities; specially A priced x English Long Cloth Soft finish, smooth weave, long cloth in bolts of 12 yards, worth regularly $1.75. Extra special price, a bolt Dotted Swiss Good quality dress Swiss with large, small or medium woven dots. Regular 20c quality; specially -i 'jJL priced i f 2 C Persian Lawn Pull 45 inches wide, sheer, fine weave, a regular 25c value, specially i r priced 1 2 C Dimities Grood quality, checked and striped white Dimities, 27 inches wide and worth reg ularly 15c; Q special s w Extra Special Sheer lingerie swiss, batiste, chiffons and novelty white goods for waists and dresses. A special lot of 30c and 35e qualities, at Linen and Rep Coat Suits and Dresses Values Up to $25.00, Specially Priced 1 T.b OUR "end-of-the-week' offering in the Suit Section is one which should be given consideration. It consists of an exceptional lot of washable coat suits and dresses, just what you'll need for late Spring and Summer wear. New and fresh from the maker, in the most attractive styles, and priced almost a third under the true value, you'll find them very attractive. The Coat Suits are of plain linen and rep in all the correct colors, the coats 30 to 36 inches long, with long roll collar, some embroidered, some plain and some button trim med. The skirts show the tailored, pleated and tunic effects- The dresses are unusually pretty styles, of the plain linens and reps in all colors. with appropriate lace, embroid ery and braided trimming effects. The values in both the coat suits and the dresses are up to $25.00. We price them Thursday. Friday and Saturday, $17.65 Summer Neckwear Special lot of Dutch Collars, made of imitation baby Irish lace and a variety of novelty style Jabots made of fine lawn, tucked, and lace trimmed. Regular values up to 35c; each -.; 5 Jfk fSmWn W m IOC Turnovers. Dutch Collars. Jabots and Stocks, dain tily designed, the needed thins to give the finishing touch to your summer waists and dresses. c g Very- special values, at t i O C Fancy Parasols A superb line of Fancy Parasols arrived this week, showing the season's most favored styles. The line includes the natural silks, plain silks, fancv silks and many novelty combinations. Children's Para sols in -every quality. ij Extra Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday 18c Cotton Kimono Challies 26 inches wide in a great variety of colors and designs suitable for kimono making. Our reg- ular 71-2c quality; spe- " cial, a yard . Extra Special Lingerie Batiste Very sheer and fine. An ideal fabric for waists, dresses and in fants' garments. Worth, regularly 25c a yard; Special 16c Linene Linen finish cotton fabrics, 32 inches wide, for skirts, suits and boys' wash suits, in all - the desirable colors. A j " 15c value for, yard A A w $2.50 Parasols $1.98 Special for Thursday, Friday and Saturday, -we offer fancy Parasols in plain and fancy silks, in all colors, regularly worth $2.50, for Galatea Cloth An extra special bargain! 32 in. wide in every conceivable pattern, and a wide range or colors ; regular 17 1-2 quality, a yard $1.98 12yc Extra Special India Linon Good quality India Linon, sheer and fine, worth regularly 12 l-2c a yard. For Thursday, Friday and Saturday, at eries T - J Line 1 25c Values for 9c Swiss and cambric Embroid-ery-and insertion in matched sets and odd patterns. One to four inches wide. Eegu lar values up to 25c. A very special bargain at , 9c a yard Line 2 35c Values for 14c Cambric, Swiss and iSfein sook edging and insertion, 1 1-2 to 6 inches wide, in cluding many designs suit able for infants' garmnets. Regular values up to 35c a yard 14c a yard Line 3 50c Values for 22c Beautiful flouncings, 18 to 22 inches wide and bands from 2 to 4 inches wide. Very handsome designs suit able for both women's and children's garments. Values to 50c a yard, 22c a yard "" " Line 6 $1.75 Values for 87c "A superb lot of handsome Allovers of finest Swiss, Nainsook and batiste, in de signs suitable for infants' or grown-ups' garments, values up to 1.75 are included at 8 Zc a yard Line 7 75c Values for 38c A new line of edgings, floun cings, insertions, bands and medallions, added to take, the place of lines sold out'. Unusually good designs in qualities worth up to 75c. 3 Sea yard ""''i Uf-f m . s- II iw r ,,f WWM ' The Popular Shoe Department Showing Summer Shoe Styles in Which Smartness,. Quality and Fair Price Are Considered 'T O those who have never bouerht shoes of us. wa pvtpnrl an fnvifnfinn x to try them once to those who have bought, we extend a most heaity welcome. One trial will convince you of the real goodness of the shoes sold here. Stvle eorreptnpsR is rmp. fentiirp nf thprn rmnlif.T' io ij-nfliaT and the one which appeals most strongly to all is the fairness of the prices. Pile fllinimor :flijc ifa ronvirl'n.Wr iiS'fl oVnvtrinr n romorl-oWi- t-!J .wnrwt of variet- in style. XeAV ideas in footwear are all shown in .this store. Our fitters will fit your feet ith the utmost care to give you a fit that will insure comfort for your comfort or discomfort influences your judgment of the shoes. DR. 0. K. 3MAPES, FORMERLY DEMONSTRATOR, OPERATIVE jwuiomi, -LLWUOLN DENTAL, COLLEGE, NEB. PLAZA BLK QUE NINTH YEAR IN jjJL PASO REFERENCES ASK ANY OME. White Canvas Pumps Extra quality, perfect fitting pumps, made of white canvas, for women. Made on the new short vamp last, with high Cuban heel. All sizes and widths, $2.25 a Pair B a v WW v ems' Sm f iin0r4jrrmirJr& JfVsaSVjtPgWt K K t I Women's Tan Low Shoes Oxfords and pumps, in the very fashionable golden brown, russet champagne and pongee shades. The newest short vamp lasts, with turn or welt sole, Cuban and mllitarj heels. A variety of excellent new styles at $3.50 a Pair "Women's Pumps and Oxfords The range of choice in pump? and oxfords is practically unlimited. All styles for dress or street are shown in patent and all black leathers, in plain and ankle strap pumps and ties. All -sizes and all width?, $1.50 to $3.00 Misses' Oxfords & Pumps Excellent style of ankle strap pumps and ties for misses and young girls, with low and, medium heels, are specially featured. Sev eral handsome styles are shown in plain, patent and tan leathers. Sizes 2 to 6, all widths, . $1.50 to $2.50 W1k 1 J -i m if Vj PV i l The Popular Special $4.00 Shoe For Men As good as any $5.00 shoe-let us impress that npon ypur mir shown m patent leather, oxbiood, tan and the new Boston grev its as good as any $5.00 shoe nd. In style, in qufllitv. in fit Wftt loafc , nd, don't forgeti j. j rr T jp.uii a iair "Fellowcraft" Shoes, in a varietr of good styles for men, $3.50 a pair. Children's Oxfords and Pumps Very pretty styles In ankle strap and ties in plain kid, patent leather and patent with colored tops, brown and tan kid and Russia calf. All sizes and widths. $50c to $2.Q0 H"fBEH"HM '- ""'""" mB f