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11 1 PIlSnOSPEHTS IN HIS CAREER AS MANAGER GETSSTIH1 Man Who Manages Indianapolis Feds Has Managed Ten Teams and Has Brought Them to the Top Eight Times; He Never Drives or Lectures His Men, but He Helps Them to Win. BV FOAXK G. MEXKE. EIGHT pennants In ten starts as a manager that's the amazing rec ord of Bill Phillips, a major lea Hue ptt'-hinff star for nearly It years, and now the pilot of Uie Indiana ttolis Feds. Piobably the most remarkable fea ture of PhilliDs' managerial record is the j'ii-t that he hasn't handled just one I ciub as nave uonnie juck, jonn jsc Crjw and Hughie Jennings. In his ten year areer as manager. Phillips has handled six clubs in various leagues and of different caliber. And yet he has taken the material that has been offered to him year after year and vti'n but tiro exceptions has welded it i-.io baseball machines that moved to tri ton- Fhillips began as a manager in 1994. That year he handled the Indianapolis team in the American association. That tearu finished around third place the lowest position ever credited to a team hot X'hillips managed. The only other fiire Phillips failed to win a pennant was in 1911 when he managed the Liv erpool team in the Ohio and Pennsyl vania league. That year his team fin It taU second about one game behind lie winner. An to Ills Methods. Fhillips methods? Ask him and he'll tell tou he has none. And he'll answer Tn monosylables. For Phillips is not a conversationalist. And when he talks the last subject that he will select is himself But those who have worked under him know that he has a method the n n;t effective method in the world. He tr ats his men as a loving kindly father would do. He never orders them to .do nnytT'in??. He asks them and the way f1! which he asks is the way most folks us when they want a favor done. ' V peculiar way for a manager to act. ' -ou 11 say. Probably so. But it is certainly an effective one. Eight pen nants in ten starts often with nothing but the rawest kind of material. That's "Old Bill's" record. And it sorely is a good one. Xever Lectures III Men. Trillins never lectures his men. He never gives them atay advice but this: Opposes All Officials in Re fusing to Call Off the Bout With McVey. Eggs Drop In Price For Easter Season Vegetables and Strawberries Get Down to Living Prices, but Sugar Takes a Leaji. EGGS for Easter will be a little cheaper this week, so that the Easter rabbit can fill" the childrea's 1MW seats. The best esss to he had now only -hrsW rents a dozen, where formerly an inferior grade was sold at that price sad the best, know as the yard variety, were doing avla tfbn stunts. ; Fresh vegetables are gettlac cheaper. I There are- ne striate beans on the market at 1 present, as the California crop Is aboat gone. I Lobster Shrimp OeHeatetscti Prices. Sauerkraut (Hnw cooked toagne Home cooked ham. Home cooked veal . . . Home cooked pork Jellied tongne -Aalama sassas. Milwaukee. iCervelat sausage. Milwaukee. . .25c per lb .3c per lb. ..Sc per lb. Ttc per lb. .tec per lb. .See per lb. .Sac per lb. .Me per lb. .4c per lb. .Mc per lb. "Boys, you can't nlav a jrood came of ruriA. iian.r -e-haa j h- .. baseball and. dissipate at the same :time. urjclne Johnson to cancel ft for fear Headcheese. Milwaukee iee per lb. II. r...k t ii r;.....; land It M a little too early in the season lor ! uver sausage, jsiiwaaaee to vt . . . .""T ". .h" ..... i ifc nwn tA Kln SinwhMilM hsie Him sausaae. Milwaukee see per lb. i. twetn '"? "Sltt promoters re- droppeI ,u m qMrt ,n p, tbJ, : stood and toncae saussge. MUwaakee.4c lb ?..'" 'K '" a prupraeu .- wrr nut the sonar that Eea with them Is ! Kosher welnerwotst -we per in. nioition bout with Sam MO ey led to I more expensive, seltlac at 14 pounds for JL some sharp exchanges. The. market list follows: This bout is advertised to take place I Market LUt. in the stadium on Saturday. Jack Grave fruit ..4 for uano apples Missouri pippin apples Kosher weia Kosher frankfortors Kosher ring- sausage Kosher cooked corn beef.... Rolled herring i. Ik. for -lc i Fpoc berrtng s lbs for Sac i Smoked bloaters. ?Sa.n:t. .?""?. 55"r.5Lh.r ri"ic- of injury to himself 48 hours before he ! Lemons ,..:........... . Per doa J ' "-"chere inr inn dj bib nwire in etpen iv amy j. kj..i... i-. . j ' twnoiesato ilm ner box.) ' " ."-- in baseball. So It's ub to you.' Phillips wasn't figured to have a look in with that Indianaoolis crowd of his in 114 when the .Federal leajrne i .. r j-n lkthr liitaa lawtfc-Ait fa. ! Will is scheduled to go into the ring and battle with Jess Wlllard for the world's heavyweight championship. Johnson is stubborn. He says he carry out this program and that superior to "Old Bill's." Bat "Old Bill" I h f.s anxious to find out Just how - . . .. . .... 0S-.S-UW SA TS-AW -Tt ! and his crowd breezed in ahead of the field. "Hot do you feel about your 1915 pennant chances?" was asked of "Old Bill." And "Old Bill" answered: "I'm sorry I can't answer you. I'm a baseball manager not a, forecaster." From 18SS when he began his baseball career until the fall of 194JS Phillips was a pucner. ne ranked iqr. many years WMO weiehs :io nonnda was th-i ..t as one of. the greatest and brainiest. In " and Wlllarrl it iarhwi good he is. Every man financially interested in the right is exerting his influence on Johnson tody. Vi'lllaril Stand Stomach Blows. Willard finished Thursday by letting Tex O'ltourke. the wrestler throw a heavy medicine ball with all his strength 12 times against his stomach, at the conclusion: of which CRourke. 1934 hts blossomed out as a manager. Phillips' Kecord. Here is Phillips' complete record a pitcher and manager: As a pitcher: 188 Washington. I8S McKeesport. Ta. 1SS0 Pittsburg and Washington. 1 8S1 Mead vllle. Pa. 18S2 Chattanooga. Tenn. 1S3 Memphis, Tenn. 1S91 Indianapolis. 1S95 Cincinnati. 3 SSS Indianapolis. 1 897 Indianapolis. 1SSS Indianapolis. 1S9 CincinnatL 19W CincinnatL 1901 CincinnatL I9 Cincinnati. J9l CincinnatL fs Manager: 1994 Indianapolis, finished third. 1905 New Orleans, pennant. 1906 -New Orleans, pennant. 191 New Orleans, pennant. 1918 Liverpool. O pennant. 1999 Wheeling, pennant. I91 Wheeling, pennant. 1911 Totingstown. O, second place. 1912 Youngstown, O.. pennant. 191J Indianapolis. Feds, pennant. 1914 Indianapolis, reds, pennant. of STATE COLLEGE BASKET BALL PLAYERS WIN HONOR M' silla Tark, N. M April t. At a meeting of the governing board of the tlileti' association, seven men were VOLLEY BALL CONTEST IS SET FOR SATURDAY The much postponed volley ball con test between the young business men's team or the Y. M. c. A. and the border inieii' usauitduvii. awni iiit;ii w i-ih ,. i,. . . . .. ..u ... uV.u. awarded the letter "A" for good work '-champions. Co. K of the16th infantry, lasktball the past season. Those umti v. horn this honor was conferred are Humble (captain) are Meerscheldt. forwards: Wharton, center: Bausman r nd Elackwell. guards, and Co. sub- t' rward and WeddelL sub-guard. This team has played together the entire season and all expect to be here again r"- year, with the exception of Wed delL who is a senior this year. Fight girls from the co-ed squad were also given the honor of wearing th- letter "A." They are Misses Ruth 3helps (captain) and Mabel Felicitas Kaune, centers: Misses Mabel Hasrer and Pette Rentfrow, forwards: Misses Era Rentfrow and Lureen Hulbert. guards, akdjliss Ida Grumbles, sub forward, and Miss Annie Quesenberry. sub-guard. The girls' team finished the season with on'.v one defeat when they failed to plav their usual brilliant game with the El Paso high school, due. It Is claimed, to a bad case of stage fright Thev defeated the fast team from the Silver City Normal, which in turn de feated the high school.' Other games were with the Las Cruces high school and Loretta academy, in which the col lege team was easily victorious. ) will take place at the "Y" gymnasium Saturday mgnt at s ociock. ine team to repnesent the "Y" has already been chosen and will consist of the follow ing men: Schumacher. Hunter. Pierce, Done. Foxworth and Shuford. There will be no charge for admission and the public is cordially invited. The boxing wrestling and fencing spring classes are about to open at the "Y." The, fencers will start work on Saturday, under C. Rossi, an exception ally good swordsman and instructor. "Kid" Horree -will have eharge of the boxing classes which will 6pen on Wed nesday evening, -while the wrestlers are due to start work on Thursday night under one of the cleverest grapplers in the southwest. These courses are free to all members who care to take them up. The annual Y. X. a A. "circos'' will take place in the gymnasium on Thurs day and Friday nights, April St and 24. A handball tournament is slated to be held at the"Y. M. C A. in the near fu ture and many of the athletes are al ready in training for it -Vo Platen Required t, No More Dread of the Denial Chair. B; the Nv Ie!hol of Dentistry we can ex-t-a-t Till, or crown your teeth absolutely t ithout the least particle of pain No co- sine -r any of its derivatives used la any 'Sotc Our Reasonable Prices: People apparently never tire watching this vounjr eiant train. The attendance at his quarters during exhibition hours has been large and enough money has been ta&en in daily to pay all camp expenses. Cubans Are Enthusiastic. Gen. Mario G. Menocal, president of Cuba, has accepted a special ringside box of 18 seats from which he will watch the fight with his friends and cabinet officers. Next to the presi dent's box one has been set aside for the American minister and adjoining boxes will be occupied by the goern or of Havana province, the mayor of Havana and the commanding general of the army.- The Cuban congress has decided not to -convene on Monday as that would interfere with the desire of the mem bers to witness the battle. They pre fer this to listening to the president's speech, which was set for Monday, and besides this accords with the view of the president himself. Twenty of the leading stores the largest in the city will close at 19 ociock on Monday morning to enable the proprietors and employes to see the contest. Oranges Bananas . Strawberries.. Entries Juarez Jockey Club RACES Saturday, April Z, 115th Day. Baseball Scores Coast League Standing. Won Lost Portland 2 1 San. Francisco 1 1 Sah Lake CHy 1 1 Oakland .-. 1 1 rce x x Los Angeles ........ ...... 1 z At Salt Lake Veoiee Salt Lake GoM frowns, S3.88. Full sets of teeth (14) C7.se. Fillings. 31.8a up Real Painless "Extraction, SOc. Treatments killing nerve and filling canals, f V). Hand carved .and hand painted, con tinuous gum plates entirely new. JlS.no to ss.oe. At Las Angeles Portland Los Angeles ........ At Oakland Oakland , Vie. .jjj At Chattaaaeg R. H. B. ClncranaU 74 Chattaawaga ........ ...... ......... 2 2 Batteries Cincinnati. FlUory. Schneider and Clarke, Dawia: Chattanooga. Harding, Hill and Kitchens. Betts. VOTE We are NOT cheap advertis ing dentists Their methods are like the -fire sale" Cbeap prices any thing; to "land" you in their office. Then it is up to the "contractor" to get the money oat of you raise the prire boosting the contract" it is ii'led. We are entirely modern one price and offer you an entirely new method or painless dentistry. See our new hand painted continu ous cum plate Nothing like It be fore erer in El Paso If you see ti Just once jou sill never wear the o1 i r le "false teeth" again " No Cbarire To Show It. At Savannah R. H. B. Chlcaeo Nationals 7 11 2 New York Americans 0 t 3 Batteries Chicajto. Lavender, Adams andJ Arcner. sresnanan; new lent, rowB, uee and Sweeney. At Macon R. H. K. Boston Nationals s J S Cleveland A. A S 1 Batteries Boston. Rudolph. Hughes and Gowdy; Cleveland, Osbora, Kahier. James and Shestak. At Memphis R. H. K. Detroit Americans . .... . 7 s 1 Memphis ..... 0 2 0 Batteries Detroit, covalesbt. Smlthnon and Peters: MeaapMa, Shirtey, E. White and Schlel. Margin. At New Orleans R.H. K. Cleveland Americans .-7 4 New Orleans 17 2 Batteries Cleveland. St pen. Mitchell and O'Xell: New Orleans. Beck. Frost and Knaupp, Hlffgina. All Work Guaranteed In Writing 10 Years. New System Dental Parlors Cor. El Paso and San Antonio Sis. j In the newly renovated OLTJ First Xational Bank Bldg. Spanish and German Spoken. Open Evenings Every Jioy and Girl Should enter the Globe Mills prize contest. See Saturday's Herald for complete information. Mail or bring your stories to Globe Mills Editor, EI Paso Herald. Advertisement. Tour neighbor known that clean coal and full weights mean fuel economy. IDo you? R. C. Semple. successor South western Fuel Co. Phone 5J1. Adv. . t mm WT TteF.F.BUUTCO, I ssssmsMT S : f J uutfliMrwTeri sMpBPWnlPansafgfc Im ff laoKn, Cm. nSBBBBBBBBbw I B 1 "sBBBBBBbSsSK Ml Bsb For Men, Women and Children Any kind of Shoes BLACK, WHITE. TAN 2 in 1 gives the "Shine of Satisfaction" First race Selling: 4 year olds and up ward; five xunosgs. CM Woods Fitzgerald i 4S Otmi lot J! -Eva Pad wick 1M :i 'Golf Ball 11 C277 Kitty Stanfleld 12 2M The Shrimp -..lU : Chan. Goetz ltl Bad Prospect 14 cm Runs Sand 17 2IS Beaumont II Second race SeUlag: 1 year olds and up ward; one Bailee BSBCMa M ttJI Bsleelere M 2 Gylfl in 241 'Motto's Pride JH ;?S 'Electro wan .... 1 2si Acnes G. 17 (21 'Cloud Chief 17 CZS7 'Sam Connor 17 27 'Wap 14-1 2S Rosens Its IM Maine Cad lit S78 Patriotic lit 4 Wise Huh 1 (22 Quick Trip Ill 24I Henry Walbask 11! Third race Selllsg: 4 year olds and n- ward: five furlongs. I7 'Little Birdie ltl 24 'Wild Irish It S2H Mies Sly it, I7 Dec Allen .... nt 'Cal Cnra lit (MS 'Btrd Man lit 27JJ Cordova Ui MS Rosemary m XI Marta Mac us t27 Doll Boy in Fourth race Soiling; 1 year olds and up. ward; five and a half furlongs. tt 'Planetary ss (! 'Carrie Orme gg 7! 'Marie O'Brien si M7 'Matnlk s3 t2J Langhoree .... ioj 2S7 'Auntie Curl 104 tST 'Cecil joi t7 John Hurte jag it2fi) Lackrose 113 Fifth race Setttng; 3 year ous; stx'fur hngs. f2( Vhta 1M tt 'Tower Js4 Mt 'Twilight .".MS 0 Dad Davles .""it 2tt Ben's Brother 17 173) B. A. Jones w. ,JJ Sjlh race SeJItng: 4 year 0M9 and'up- ward; one mile. 174 'Senorlta Dasa ,, " nwr .... . lu IfSs ; I.'.ltl "" it ....its ..1K ....lt7 its tt-l till f2M tZM 277 UI :; CMS 2 27i) Cantem Zsz Spindle , 2 Cans pa .... 8 BckD.vis.. (Jt) Pontefract V.".. .'"":""" iJJ r"?.11 rTelIlsg; 4 year oute 'a'nd'up ward; five furlongs. - .,,1 . nmtis .... ss High Street " "15 Bob Lynch JS ?, -.. ::::::iti Jennie Crawffrd Arurea , "ts Dr. Neufer ... ..... ...""it? Forge .."."""I ii. We poQnda apprentice aJiowaace' clainted HUNT NOT A MEMBER OF GRASS. CUTTERS' UNION P"?6"1. Ariz.. April 3. Because he insisted on personally testing; a gaso line lawn mower before approving its purchase by th board of control, a story has been circulated that Gov. Geo i ' :iunt SDni8 h's spare tine trim mine the grass at he state capltoi in order to reduce weight "All that I did was to run the mower around a little bit to se! if it would lo what the manufacturers claimed for it, explained the governor. "It proved to be quite a satisfactory machine and . member of the board of control I will vote for its purchase. But I have no Intention of using the mower again. union!" n ard ln the crass CUUers' 15c to 2e per dox . .stc perwaox lie a basket Valley Vegetables Asnararua 1. 2tc ib. Cucumbers 2e each Chinese mustard Z bunches for ltc California Irish potatoes S lbs. for 2ac Michigan potatoes t lbs. for 2c Kadssaee r.....t bundles for & afountala Park cabbage Sc per IK Carrots ..2 bunches. 1c (Wholesale, 2c per dsz. buncoes.) Lettuce ..............2 Deads for lc Dried onioaa ...... sc n Psrsier ..................... .lc per bunen Cabbage .. . ........v... ...... -to per lb. Valley beets.... ..........'.2'bvBeiies for fie Celery 3 bunches for 2fe fresh turnips .........2 bunches for ftc California, artichokes ,.s for Sic California er Colorado celery.. ltc per bunch Spinach fie per Ib Mexican beans, -Je ib. straight. 13 lb, il.tt Wholesale 7c par lb New potatoes 15c per lb.. 2 lbs. tor 23c California green peas 2 lbs, for 2te Rbubarb z lea. ior ic Tomatoes lfic per lb Dried Fults. California prunes. ......:lfi and 2tc per lb. Dried peaches..... lie per. lb. Dried anricots...................2c per lb. Dried appiee ;..lic per lb. I Citron .....Sfic per lb ' Candled fruits xer fruit cakes. .... etc per lb Dates ltc per lb Turkish figs 3c per lb California cluster raisins 2tc per lb Sheiled Fresh Nuts. Shelled walnuts ....fic per lb Shelled almonds ...7tc per lb. Shelled pecans ...7tc per lb Shelled Jordan almonds... ........ $tc per lb Fresh Nuts. Pecans .........2c per lb Brasll nuts ...........2fic per lb Filberts 2Se per lb California atsaoeds ...... ........Stc per lb Walnuts 3tc per Ib Black walsau 10o rb s lbs. for 2tc Roasted peanuU. ......... ...........2tc In. Butter aad Eggs. Butter, fancy grade 3Se per Ib Mestlla Park eggs. ........ ......4tc per do i El Paso yard eggs. ....... ......4tc per doj Kansas eggs ..ate a dos Cheese. Walnut cheese.. .iic glass McLaren's Imperii ...2c to'Sfic a jar Plmlento cheese. ......2tc a glass German breakfast cheese... ...... .2 for lfio Imperial cheese ......IS to 3Se each Holland cream cheese. .......ltc per H lb. Camembert. 35c; Imported. .to per can New Tork cream dairy ....Stc per lb. Edam, small IL2 each Neufchatei. ... ..ltc each, z for lfic Roquefort .........tfic per lb. Swiss, irapenoa ..see per :t Limburger.. ..... 2tc per lb. Dateh Giri................a.4tc per can Brick cheese ltc per lb. Beef. Sirloin Mm. ......... f..........zaa per lb. T-bese steak... .ztc per lb. Round steak ztc rer lb. Chuck steak tic per lb. Chuck roast............... ....... lfic per lb. Prime rib reat..................2tc per lb. .Rump roast... ....... ...... ..UHc per In, Beet livers iso per lb. Cora beef.......................isc per lb. Mutton. Leg It to lfic per lb. ahnwMers ". lfic per lb, Chans .tf to Stcper m. Breast pieces -....12c per lb. Fork. fSL5k 2tc per lb. Bailed ham see per In. Pork chaps , 2t te 2fic per lh. Plgsheed i ltc per ib. Spare Hbs v 17c to Ztc per lb. StMmlders ...... she tr. ifuc nw n. Ler t to ificper lb. Bacon .... 3e tn Ja- tmi lh Steaks a to lfic ner m. Sausage isc per o. Pure perk .sausage ne per . spring cnlcken (dressed) ltc per lb. Hens (wreosed).... 21 to 2e per lb. Hens (alive) ;tc per lb. Fresh Fish. inen steaks sse per lb Trout ........ . .23c per lb. see per 10. se !U ....fie each 2 for ltc ......fie each tc each 4tc per lb. Wholesale Produce rrices. Upon reuvost of valley farsaers aad fruit growers. The Herald' adds to its market re port the wholesale prices. It is generally understood that these prices are Just It per cent more than the produce uyers say tne farmer for his product. Onions, carrots, turnips, etc lHc per lb Celery Tie per dosen buncoes Spinach asc per 10. , Radishes lfic per dox. buauhe Feed. w I Alfalfa, fancy, wholesale..'. 1 per ton Alfalfa, fancy, retail S17 per ton 1 Alfalfa XO. 1. whdlesale 113 per ton I Alfalfa. No.1. retail 114 per ton Alfalfa. No. 2, wholesale lit per ton Alfalfa. No. 2. retell 312 per ton Corn, wholesale .3LM per cwt. Corn. jetaB $"-tt per cwt. I Oats, wisaleaaie .1: 3t per cwt. UniS, RUI .v pr vnu Texas. Red dinned oats, w'ssjo.12 2t per cwt. Texaa Red clipped eats, retail. 3225 per cwt. Chose, wholesale t.tt per cwt. I Chops. retsH JZ.lt per cwt. Bran, wholesale ... .!. per cwt. Bras, retail JL75 per cwt. chicken feci, wholesale ..2St per cyt. Chicken feed, retail 32.fi per cat. Staple. Fourteen pounds of sugar are offered for 3L s When Glands Swell Blood Needs Attention Even a Sweat Gland May Result in Severe Consequence. In our intricate body the use of S. 3. S. for the blood has a mast remarkable Influence. We little realize our gland ular system. It may be a tiny bulb no bigger than a pin point, and yet if a disease germ gets into it, there is a tremendous swelling. It becomes a bolL a carbuncle, it may- be a "blood rising." and ft la often a source of con tinuous misery if not checked. Many of tht most excruciating forms of tor ture begin with the swelling of a tiny gland, caused by a disease germ. Atyi it is S. S. S. that spreads throughout the blood circulation to prevent just such condition-. Or if they have al ready started, S. a S. will soon put the. blood in such a stalest health as to overcome the tendency to glandular swellings. It is a natural medicine for the blood. Just as essential to health if the blood be Impure, as are the meats, fats, grains and sugars of oar dally food. It contains one ingredient the active purpose of which is to stimulate the exchange of new flesh for dead or waste matter. I Get a bottle of S. S. S. today of any j druggist, 'and if your case is, stubborn. ; write to the Medical Adviser, The Swift J Specific Celts Swift Bldg Atlanta. Ga. ms uepurimeni is in cnarge 01 a noted see per IK I physician. M. u- IK - i .w PHONE 608 629 A. E. RTAX DRUGGISTS OPEN ALL NIGHT 212 San Antonio BUENAVISTA PEOPLE BADLY BURNED IN GASOLINE FIRE Buenavista. Tex.. April 2. Joe Lane, wife and baby were severely burned by a gasoline explosion. It seems that he got too near an open tub of gasoline with a hot Iron. The injured people were Immediately carried to Fort Stock ton for treatment The Farmers' State bank was dam aged by fire last night but owing to the efficiency of the fire department the conflagration got no farther than the back room. A petition Is being circulated to get Dr. Burimel. of Illinois, to locate here. Don't Throw Your Old Shoes Away Send them to us. We -will make them look like new. Shoe Half P f Rubber Soled ......OUC Ladies' Rubber Heel Heel 35c 25c "Enterprise" 316 Mesa. Opposite Plaza. Remember whenever you are troubled with minor ailments of the' digestive organs, that these may soon develop into more serious sickness. Your future safety, as. well as your present comfort may depend on the quickness with which you seek a corrective remedy. By common consent of the legion who have tried them, Beecham's Pills are the most reliable of all family medi cines. This standard family remedy tones the stomach, stimulates the sluggish liver, regulates inactive bowels. Improved digestion, sounder sleep, better looks, brighter spirits and greater vitality come after the system has been cleared and the blood purified by Beecham's Pills (The Lurwt Stf of Any Medicine in the WoxidQ S1J ErerxwDert In Ioim, 10c, 2S Our Prices Are Lowest for Cash GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS, D0Z 20c 16 pounds Granulated Sugar SI. 00 Fancy Potatoes, 12 pounds for 25 C Uneeda Biscuits. 6 boxes for 25p Fresh Creamery Butter guaranteed, 'per pound C0 Dried Apples, per pound .' 10c Extra Fancy Peaberry Coffee, per pound 2oC Cottolene. 1 0-pound pail SI. 25 Snowdrift. 10-pound pail S1.10 Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per pound v 20c Van Camp s Soups, 3 cans for 25? WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY FREE Lion Grocery Co. Two Phone 2424 2405 169 S. Stanton Street STETSON HATS Easter Hats KNOX HATS The lines we carry are those that help to set the standard of style for the whole coun try. The Styles are by far the Best ever shown in El Paso They are worth seeing first. Don't huy your Easter Hat until you have seen ours. The prices are the nfost attractive feature of all. ARROW SHIRTS Cor. Mesa anad Texas. g oa wrEMiwo.ir I New Orleans iff 34 Hours VIA The Sunset Limited Daayat8:45 A.M. PULLMAN CAFtS. TOURIST CAR through to Wash ington. L. C. DINING CAR. OBSERVATION CAR OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES San Francisco and return $45.00 Los Angeles and return $35.00 San Diego aad return $35.00 On sale daily. Heart 3 aaentbe. CITY TICKET OFFICE No. 206 NO. OREGON ST. - Phone 142. BANKING BY MAIL .. iu"t"fM,r OD6n a vin8 aeenunt with us as though yott lived next door. J WE PAT 4 percent Interest, compounded Twice Every Year. W do business under the Oeroeitors Guaranty Us of tne State of Texas and are a Guaranty Fund Bank as provided by such Law. Our plan. In addition to beJng; convenient is safe sndl.kl. and liberal. Nobody has ever lost a doUarin "st5".nknTex.V! Write today for our frA hnAlrit -TtAutmsn - v .. . sltnn.v mall taup rfnAir -a xa ails El Pi aso jour oeposic l l Bank anfi Trust Co., El Paso, Texas an. ir. x. jiagiiidcii Show your faith by your deeds; home valley products. buy Hcfcrcncc Ak Anyone. Graduate I.onlavlllr. Kr, College, ISO" DR. H. A. MAGRUDER DENTIST Established IBte t'nlon ClalhlnR Co. Indernenlh rs Alhnmbra Pictures, no vaudeville Adv. STATE NATIONAL BANK Established AprH. 1SSI Capital. Sarnlun and Profits, ssonnnn INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCODNtT C. R. MOREIIEAD. President. II c. X. BASSETT. Viee ffesisVnt. JOSEPH MAGOmX. V. Pres. GEO. D. xRvaudL L. 3. GILCHRIST. Asat Cashier. D. & M. Baseball Goods COMPLETE STOCK-PRICES ARE RIGHT. BE SURE AND INVESTIGATE OUR LINE BEFORE YOU BUY. Shelton-Payne Arms Co. 301 S. El Paso St.