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2 1 ltllfe; II fiSiHira Innovation In Garmeiftdom Th ce $9 Tomorrow we place on sale and display the sensation of the present season in garments. This is the '' Combination Trio." Or, in other words, a suit, parasol and hag to match (note cut opposite). The suit is made of superior quality linen. Colors are blue, white and natural. The hag and parasol match exactly. This is one of the novelties of the season, and you 1 will certainly enjoy seeing it. Price t y--P 4-1-1 n ' ' H Attt ni-n (i4n nn ' I Vm r J 11.50 PECOS FARMERS, PAY WATER DUES Satisfactory Conditions in Yalley Dry Weather in Eange Country. "W. M. Heed, district engineer of the reclamation service, has returned to the city after a week's absence. He has beenat Hoswell, X. M., and otner points in the Pecos valley on routinu business connected with the reclamation, service. Mr. Reed reports good farming- con ditions in the valley on jOe irrigated lands and states that the farmers in that section are establishing a record in the reclamation service in the payment of their water dues. "About 5 percent of the first instal ments have been paid," said Mr. Reed, "and that is as good as could be found in the reclamation service anywhere. It is my observation," he continued, "that the farmers who have a medium acre age are the ones that are in the best condition, judging- from the prompt payment of the instalments. "As regards the range country, how ever, there is a different report. Al ready the effects of continued dry weather are being felt." 'GRIEF CAUSES A WOMAN'S DEATH Other displays in linen and -wash suits are a feature for the balance of the week, so do not fail to visit the Garment Section. Sale and Display Of Summer Skirts Separate skirts axe one of the needs of the hour. Realizing this, we will show the sbalance of the week one of the handsomest assortments of skirts ever seen in El Paso. Briefly stated, the display embraces The new Parisian novelty known as the "Tulipe,,"skirt, in fancy (materials; voile skirts in the new "Chantacler" styles; skirts an novelty mixtures, of every imaginable color and style; wash skirts of French, Irish and Eamier linen in white and colors: the "Horroko" rep skirts in thegiew tunic ef fects; asKl the handsomest assortment possible of white linen skirts hand embroidered. - In Regard to Prices The showing1 of skirts is so extensive it is im possible to give individual items and prices. How ever, yon may rest assured that the prices are just as attractive as the skints themselves. Passes Away at Globe Fol lowing Husband's Deati Saturday. Globe, Ariz., April 20 Suffering from a s-ere attack of pneumonia and grief over the death of her husband Satur day, Mi's. Hugh HIgdon died last even ing, leaving five children, the oldest 19. the youngest 5. The family was very prominent, having resided here for the past 20 or 30 years. AMUSEMENTS Summer Parasols Our snowing is now complete with linen, linene, pongee and fancy silk parasols. One in troductory special for the week rf f y f $2.25 Parasols for pl.tD MjifammMMSSk XOVELTY FILM AT CRYSTAL. The Crystal, "the hou"e cosey," to night will show two features films. "The Acrobatic Fly," or "Nature's Vaude ville," as the makers called It, shows magnified flies as big as dogs doing unusual stunts. This film was an Eu ropean sensation, according to the film journals. A film d'art, "The Blue Swain Inn," presented, by French actors, Is the other feature. "Two Gentlemen of the Road" is, a long American comedy. Best Spring Tonic Doctors of All Schools Agree That the Best Tonic-Stimulant to Build Up the System That is Run Down' and Weakened by the Long Strain of Winjer and to Drive Out Spring Fever and Malaria is Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, the World's Greatest Medicine. By springtime everyone is in a more or less played out condition just right to catch any disease. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey aids in destroying the disease germs, and .by its building and healing properties restores tissues in a gradual, heaJthy and natural manner. As a tonic and stimulant it is (Dhe greatest strength giver known -to science. It is a wonderful specific for use at this time of the year to enrich iphe blood and strengthen the system which has been weakened by the long siege of winter and rsvhich needs ibuilding up from (the attacks of coughs, colds, pneumonia, grippe, asthma, bronchitis and other winter flls which everyone is sub ject to. It aids digestion, quickens the heart action and restores health and vigor. Tonic and Stimulant i. T am very well acquainted with Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey and consider it equal to the best in the market for (medicinal purposes whenever a stimulant and tonic is needed. It iB pure, palatable and a very beneficial stimulant, and I have prescribed at for years." Dr. Edw. C. Tinsley, 1117 E. 19th St., Indianapolis, Ind. Ministers of the gospel, doctors of medicine, nurses and people everywhere unite in commending Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey the only perfect tonic stimul ant, the one true medicinal whiskey. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has to its credit fifty years of success, without a question -as to its merits as a Temedial agent. It is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic. During this time it has brought the blessing of health to overworked men, delicate women and sickly children who find an it the strength-giving properties hat are so necessarv to them. It makes the old feel young and keeps the young strong and vigorous. It is prescribed by doctors and is recognized as a family medicine everywhere. BT'" ! . ' b i v Wss'i $ itHi ?' '11 r I n i M PITTSBURG GRAFTER TO, BE EXTRADITED FOR TRIAL Albany, N. Y., April 20. Governor Hushes today granted a requisition for the extradition to Pittsburg of Frank N. Hoffstot, president of the Pressed Steel Car company, under indictment on a charge of conspiracy in connection with the Pittsburg graft cases. CAUTIOIf When you ask your drug gist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It is an absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and is sold IS SEALED BOTTLES OXLY never in bulk. Look for the trademark, the "Old Chemist." on the label, and make sure the seal over the cork Is un broken. Price -51.00 a large bottle. "Write Medical Department, The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y for a free illustrated medical booklet, con taining testimonials and rare common sense rules for health, and free doc tor's advice. . 3r3 HEATH DA3IAGE SUIT OX TRIAL IS FEDERAL COURT The hearing of the damage suit of Miss Lillian Heath against the El Paso Electric Railway company, was called In, federal court "Wednesday morning bj Judge Maxey. The plaintiff asks judg ment for 40,000. The petition in the case recites that on November 8, 1909 a smelter street car was not stopped long enough for her to enter the vesti bule, and that she was thrown to the pavement, sustaining alleged permanent Injuries. The accident happened In Jront of the Sheldon hotel. AVAXTS TO New York, N. Y., April 20. Frank N. Hoffstot was arested today on a k war rant Issued in Pittsburg charging him with bribery and conspiracy in connec tion with the Pittsburg graft and al leged bribing of Pittsburg councilmen with $40,000, in Hotel Imperial in this city. EARLY RISERS SEE HALLEY'S COMET REPEAL THE OLEOrtfARGARIXE- LAW "Washington. D. C. Anrll 2ft t?t-0 ;pntnir -R.70.. rr. Clear View oi a jjuBiiuiucuuu w"??2?-e?!n-f . aPPea?d of us will live to see again . iiwuac j-5i:icuiturai commit- lcc waay ana argued in favor of his bill repealing the tax on oleomargarine, substituting therefore a law tasJnc- an 1 annual license on manufacturers, whole- -v.. auU ic timers. jiurieson said strong Influence is at work to get Texas congressmen to oppose the repeal. The Musician's Favorifi Professional musicians and ex pert piano players favor the small grand piano. They are the only perfect piano, and should be used by those aspiring to become finished pianists. The action Is so elastic, the tone absolutely perfect, making"playing a real pleasure rather than a task. TNTe have just received a shipment of the finest lot of grand pianos ever shipped to El Paso from the world renowned Sohmer & Co., the fa mous Ivers & Pond, and the cele brated Adam Schaaf. In the Sohmer Ve have their Louis XV. Art Grand, used by the world's greatest artists. "We have the Ivers & Pond Princess Grand, famous the world over. In order -to introduce our ex ceptionally fine line of Grand Pi anos we are going to sell them at from 5600 and upwards. We take old instruments In exchange as part payment, allowing all they are worth. Ask for onr easy payment plan. "We cordially invite Musicians, Music Teachers and piano buyers to call and examine our excep tionally fine stock of grand and upright pianos at our new loca tion, cornpr Texas and Stanton streets. Jenkins Piano Company THE BIG PIANO HOUSE. US N. MHHtcm St., EI Paso, Tex. PkoHc 295S, RIbs X. Cent A a ICE CREAM If Is Cream could c2? ial:c the place of meat as thesub stantial dish at dinncra eTcatdeal of money would be saved. for Ice Cream, which has always been considered a lux ury, costs less, made from JEIjErO ICE CREAM Powder than meat. Its actual cost is about one cent a dish. And it js srocd. substantial food too. Dissolve Jell-O Ice Cream Powder in milk and freeze. That is all there is to do. Flavors Vanilla. Strawncrry. Lesion Choc olate, and Onflavored. Mmrararj-, pacfiagos U ccms. E Beautiful Kcolue Book Vejv I Tae Geaesge Pore Feed Co Le Roy, N. Y. j oamcrj The phenomenon that is causing much talk all over the civilized world can be seen about 4 oclock a. m.. in the di rection of the rising sun. A clear view can be had with a good telescope. The El Paso Optical company has stockeo. up with a special line of telescopes and field glasses, enabling one to get a clear view of a phenomenon which none You can get a telescope as low as s.to ana as high as $40, and not alone will you be able to use it these- early mornings to see the comet, but your vacation this summer will be more enjoyable. The window on Little Plaza will show you a few instruments. Go in and ask Segall for some detailed in formation on telescopes. He will be glad to answer questions. TENQFNTFOR PRINTING PUBLIC FIGURES (Continued From Page One.) FINE LEGAL POINT INVOLVED IN CASE Catarrh Mr. A. E. Chase, 11 Bridge street, Nashua, N. H., wants to tell catarrh sufferers what Hyomei did for him. He writes: "About six years ago I first began using HS omei. I was at that time badly affected with catarrh, had been for over twenty years; had been to doctors times without number who, of course, would help a little while, and then I would soon be as bad as ever. I had become a nuisance to my family and friends, would cough, hawk and spit all night, and it was generally believed I was soon to beoome a victim of consumption. I can testuy I have been thoroughly cured by breathing Hyomei. I always keep Hyomei on hand, however, for use when I catch cold only, and after six years experience in mv own case and hundreds of others I have recommended I can safely say it is all you claim for it." No stomach dosing when you use Hy omei (pronounced High-o-me). Pour a few drops into the little hard rubber inhaler and breathe it ,in. It kills the germs; soothes the raw and sore mem brane and cures catarrh. Complete outfit ?L00, including 'in haler; extra bottle of Hyomei 50 cents at druggists everywhere, and at KeJly & Pollard's. Mail orders filled by Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. Y. District Attorney Unable to Decide as to Proper In dictment. District attorney TV. D. Howe has a most perplexing question to solve, and though assisted by several members of the El Paso bar, he has ben unable as yet to arrive at a definite decision as to whether a certain offence Is swin dling or forgery. It is stated that James Lowry, under indictment on a charge of burglary, opened an account with a local bank in the name of the Boston Tailors, the checks to be signed by George E. Conk lin, he being Conklin. He withdrew all his money from the bank and then drew several checks In the name of the Boston Tailors, per Geo. E. Conklin. The district attorney says he cannot de cide if this use of an alleged fictitious name should lead to putting, a charge of forgery or swindling. take the matter up with him and It can be satisfactorily arranged." Martin Soon Informed. Welsch had another motion which was declared unnecessary, but never theless he said: "I move that the secretary be instructed to send a copy of this resolution to Mr. Martin as soon as possible." That the secretary was anxious that Prof. Martin should have the report at once was shown by the fact that he I Immediately went to the office of the city auditor and telephoned the super intendent of public schools the whole report. Three Trustees Absent. Trustees TV. Lu Tooley, TV. L. Gaines and TV. Ii. Peabody had been notified of the meeting and Its purpose, but failed to appear. Prof. Martin Is Silent. Superintendent F. M. Martin declines MEXICAN BTJEIED TO ARMPITS IN SAND to make any statement regarding the action of the four members of the school board in dismissing him. He states that he cannot say positively when he will leave El Paso nor what action he will take relative to the en forcement of the two year contract which was signed when he was brought to El Paso in July, 1S0S, to assume charge of the public schools. Prof. Martin came here In July, 1908. from Austin, Texas, having been ap pointed superintendent of the city schools to succeed professor G. P. Put nam, who had previouslj been dropped from the office. At that time Prof. Martin was chief clerk in the office of the state superintendent of public in struction. One year 'ago Martin was stripped of all authority by members of the school board and, though he continued to draw his salary, he was a mere figurehead, the Internal committee of the schools Good ens Shirts or en's Good Shirts. hich Ever Way You Want This warm weather suggests an ample supply of summer shirts. "We make the positive asseftion that we have not only the bestmakes and choicest patterns but the very best values in town. . Don 4 .TORTH SEA STIRRED BY TERRIFIC STOR3I. Cuxhaven, Germany, April 20. A wild storm is raging over the North sea today. Shipping generally Is harbor bound, and disaster to fishing fleets is feared. Bl'RGLAIlS IiOOT SEVERAL STORIES. Denton, Texas April 20. Bur glars at Sanger late last night robbed the H. C. Kay drug com pany, the Davis jewelry store, the Sanger Drug company and the Griffin jewelry store, es caping with $1000 worth of gems and merchandise. 4"f4- BAXDITS BELIEVED TO HAVE ESCAPED. San Francisco, Cal., April 20. The search for the two daring bandits who held up the China-Japan fast mail train near Benicia Saturday night has shifted from the hills and canyons near Martinez. A search in the hills between Mar tinez and. Pinole and further to the south failed to reveal any traces of the bandits and the Impression is growing that they have escaped. STONE-WEBSTER 3IAX QTJITS. Galveston, Tex., April 20. Harry S Cooper, six years manager of the Gal vebton Electric company, today sent in his resignation to Stone and "Webster, at Boston, owners of the company, ef fective June 1. He will remain in Gal vebtOD Eear Catastrophe Occurs at Scene of Excavations for Apartment House. Salvisjon Gonzales, a Mexican laborer employed in the excavation work at the site of the new Eggers apartment house on North Oregon street, was buried to the arm pits Tuesday when the sides of a ditch caved in. Only the loose dirt fell and while a number of laborers worked heroically to get their companion out, others held back the heavy clods, -which If they had. fallen would have crushed the laborer to death. Some of the clods were so large that it required a sledge hammer to break them. The man was not in jured. He reported for work Wednes day morning. QUANAH ROAD HEADS THIS DIRECTION (Continued From Page One.) How often do you eat this food? A short time ago there appeared in the columns of one of the prominent magazines an article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you eat. A good many people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the top of the list of foods recommended; but if the article had appeared in an English or Scotch paper every reader would have expected to see first place given to good oatmeal. As a matter of fact Great Britian and Europe come to us for tremendous quantifies of Quaker Scotch Oats be cause it represents to them, perfect food, being the richest in flavor and best in cleanliness and purity, of all oatmeals. It is packed in regular size packages, and in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates. e t Miss Seeing The lany New Things If you do not visit this store regularly you are not keeping posted on the new creations in jewelry, sil verware and novelties "because there is something new aiiiving daily. Among the many new things are the beautiful . Baking Dishes Sandwich Plates Pie Plates Ice Tubs Bean Pots made of flateware and some of flatware and a high grade of pottery. They are, by far, the most beauti ful articles of their kind ever shown in the city. Your visit would be appreciated. W. T. H1XS0N COMPANY "The Gift House of the Southwest" SEND FOR CATALOG. Austin to Rockport and Aransas Pass. President Walker, of the latter com pany, with Wiley W. Lowrey, of Okla homa City, president of the Southwest ern Land company, and who pur chased the entire townsite privileges of the new road, left here today for an automobile trip through the entire country from Quanah to Rockport by way of the points enumerated. BASK PRESIDENT DIES. San Antonio, Tex., April 20. James P. Barclay, aged 58, president of the National Bank of Commerce, this city, died suddenly here today. He resided in San Antonio 20 years. Is Different That is why Burnetts Vanilla cUnck in a class by itself. For nearly sixty years, Burnett's Vanilla Extract has been the recognized standard of purity and excellence by which all other Vanilla Extracts have been judged. You may look the world over and you will never find another vanilla anywhere, quite so rich and satisfying in strength owith quite so rare and delicate a flavor. BURNETT'S VANILLA Nsmc accept Asr. far Ii m no other brand. m Buggy Values You can go all over the entire southwest and you will not find a bet ter line of buggies, har ness and saddles or a store that will give you fairer prices than this store. When you are in the market for anything in our line we would be pleased to have you call and make an investiga tion. If we can't give you better values we will not solicit your bus iness. The Myers Co. "THE BUGGY PEOPLE." Wholesale and Retail. 310 S. El Paso St. having- essayed to assume all authority in the selection of teachers and the 'con duct of the schools. Protest of Citizens Ijrnored. Tiiis action on the part of the school board caused a protest on the part of citizens who believed that politics should be kept out of the public schools and when a meeting' was held in the city council chamber to protest against E.L.DESHAZO, T. P. ATWOOD and Capi. H.W. McGHEE Have Opened a Real Estate Business : : : under Hie name of the De Shazo Realty Co. "We offer to the public careful attention to all matters intrusted to us. We have some good bar gains in valley and city lands. Mve years' ex perience in surveying in this valley makes our information as to these lands unexcelled. List your property with us. De Shazo Realty Company Suite 8 Stevens Bldg. the action a personal encounter be tween mayor Sweeney, who backed the arbitrary action of the school board, and former judge J. 21. Goggln was nar rowly averted. However, "the protest of the citizens was of no avail and the superintendent was strioped. of his authority over the protest of these citi zens, in one of the stormiest sessions ever held in the council chamber. Dollar Pen Here is a fine chance to buy a $2.50 foun tain pen for $h Money back satisfied. Sale lasts -All week if not SCOTT WHITE & CO. 204 St. Louis St. How Does This List of FICTION BOOKS At 60c Each Suit You? . "The Barrier," By Rex Beacn. ''The Weavers," By Gilbert Parker. 'Silver Blade," By Ohas. E. Walk. lafctle Brown Jug," By Nicholson "Into the Primitive," By Bennett "-40 or Fight," By Emerson Hough. 'Loaded Dice," By Clark 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c 60c CURRAN'S BOOK TORE 108 MESA AVE.