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EL PASO HERALD
BTJL&XK STILL RAPS
HARD AT THE DEVIL
This maple svrup is evaporated and distributed
direct from "Quebec, Canada. Guaranteed full
weight and measure. V-
1-4 Gallon Cans 45c Each
These Pigs are packed by a new process, in which
great care is taken not to split, the skin, but keep
the fruit intact as it comes from the orchard. By
this method the full flavor of the fruit is retained.
They will be found to be a most excellent dessert
fruitfar superior to the ordinary split fig.
30c Per Pound 4 lb. Boxes $1.00
35 and 50c Per Can
Evangelist Is Hewing to the
Line and Throwing a
Lot of Chips.
Whistling hymn tunes and singing
evangelistic songs ucsiue maims uVu.
fires which kept the big tabernacle
comfortable, the cold wave had no
effect on the interest in the big Bulgin .
meetings -which are in progress thisj
-week. The crowd was smaller than j
that of Sunday night, but the big en
closure was comfortably -filled, and tne
chorus choir was again occupying all
of the seats on the raised platform.
Taking the reverse of the argument
of the infidel, Dr. Bulgin threw down
his gauntlet to the unbeliever Monday
niirht bv defvinsr him to prove that
there is no God. The speaker said
that the unbefievers were asking for
proof of something which had alreaay
been proved beyond a dpubt. He took j
for his illustrative llgure tne outcry
of the maleractor on tne cross who
appealed to Jesus to come down from
the cross and save him if he be the
son of God. Such a manifestation
would be of no value In proving the
divinity of Christ, the speaker said, for
it was only by faith that men on earth
could conceive the eternal.
Faith, he said, was the live wire
which connected the physical and spir
itual, ' and without faith there could
be no belief. ,
Tuesday afternoon Dr. Bulgin held
the first of a series of matinee meet
ings at the tabersacle. This meeting
was well attended. Dr. Bulgin spoko
on "The Best Equipment for Service."
Special music by Mr. -and Mrs. G. Lu
Rose was rendered at the Monday
evening and also at the Tuesday after
noon services. The tabernacle is being
decorated by the women of the united
Flags and bunting are being hung
in different parts of the barnlike
building, and an immense canvas sijjx
has been hung over the pulpit, "El
Paso for Christ." This is to be the
wnrVinir motto of the meetings. A
house committee, composed of Rev. R.
W. Merrill, T. J. Jones and George
Oliver was appointed by Rev. Caspar
S. Wright, chairman of the .general
committee of arrangements. This com
mittee will have full charge of the
tabernacle during the revival services.
! The Storr? TImt Sells Wooltex..
AH mi ii ir o .. rnnrt In connection vrlth our Thnnksfflvlnff Sale Is on a 522a2SS2.
J S;td,S;A. Velf Vro rtb iW- several block, to 8ee the jS '
I III Trtsv "SnaTH Hkb"RSw ,. -.. a t -i,- ..e 4iniiTin nieces. Js 2v4V9.MXafr3nJrM. !
I III Q4 15 ""Sh Jtlft triM?. Special winuuv .umiitj " .-. w .--- j jy jrwnnKWvm l
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I L )J ninnhot rnr Cnm forts at Thanksgiving Sale Prices Jtes
Blankets and Comforts at Thanksgiving Sale Prices
are Big Bargains--Third Floor, take Elevator.
Thanksgiving Sale of Ready-to-Wear
Thanksgiving Sale Reductions xn Ready-to- Wear are really remarkable. Our sale plans
for tomorrow bring out the season's best values. The following are only examples of the
Extraordinarily Low Jrrices that now prevail :
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fefl fl 51 (if 1054
ICS & 623
A- e RYAN & CO.
sl paso trunk: FACT0EY
Trunks, sags ana .earner woua vVr
Max "PonaiTea and Exchanged. 1965
We store goods. 0pp. Postoffice, across Plaza
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
RURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERl'THIXG.
Xev and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
Sd Bicycles and blem' Motorcycle. Hecord: Chicago to New York. 999
Miles, in 3a hours.
BL P.ASQ REPAIR SHOP, 20S Nortk Stanton Street. Phone Bell 130.
phr TENTS AND CAfyiP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. We can save -you money. We are manufac-
EL PASO TEXT AND AWXIXG COMPANY,
312 S. El Paso St.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
CARR DRUG CO.
y 202 Tez&s St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DEffTAL SUPPLIES.
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CHIPS FROM BITLGINJS AX.
Speaking of gambling, when a man
gets a dollar that he does not earn,
someone earns a dollar he does not
Have as good reason for your unbe
lief as you ask of my belief.
I don't have to prove that there is
a God. Prove to me that there is not
Old Amos -would have been called
a cowpuncher in Texas, yet he wrote
a part of the greatest of great works,
Unbelief is unreasonable because it
asks proof f a fact which has already
You will have to admit that some
thing struck this world that was not of
it. That was Christ.
Bog Ingersoll said .that plug hats
and suspenders and no religion were
the civilizers. How many plug hats
and suspenders could you sell in
It was not the. John Z. Rockefellers
or the E. H. Harrimans, but the men
who believed in the Bible who made
The proof of the pudding is in the
eating. Then take a dose of God's
word and you will have the internal
It takes an eye to see art, an ear to
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Full Length Coats for
Values to $25.00
Full length coats of fine lustrous chiffon
broadcloth, French serge, diagonal worsteds,
etc. Eichly tailored 7-8, semi, or 3-4
fitted; coat or shawl collars with oriental
band trimming, or plain. Big Art buttons.
Some with belted back. Real mannish erer
ations; black and navy; all regular sizes.
Special for WednesdaVj
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS 5.00
Tomorrow, we feature a special lot of coats
at $5.00. They would be good values at
$10.00. Full length coats, sizes for women
and misses. lade with 3-4 or 7-8 fitted
back, plainly tailored; some have the
plaited skirt effect. Come in light and
dark mixtures grays, browns and greens,
also in stripes. Made of just the right
weight cloth for an El Paso winter. Look
at these coats when you come tomorrow.
You will pronounce them: "At least $10.00
values!" Tomorrow we offer a special
price of $5.00.
Special Offer of Pony
Skin Coats at $69.50
An Extra Special in Suits
Vetoes to 39.50 at $25:00
Nothing the present season lias produced
equals the offer we make tomorrow on high
grade suits at $25. About one hundred suits
comprise the lot. Smart, man-tailored gar
ments and the kind and quality used in
our $35.00 and $40.00 suits; in fact, that
is what most of these suits are. They're
of fine, soft finished worsteds, light weight,
rough looking homespuns and diagonals,
French serges, broadcloths, "and English
tweeds. All the materials are rich in qual
ity and good looking. The coats are lined
with guaranteed satin. There are a dozen
different designs, and they are all suits of
class and distinction. Exquisitely tailored,
a few with touches of braid, cloth folds, and
straps, but most have an air of simple ele
gance. The coats are all the newer lengths
and skirts are gored, plaited or modified
hobble effect; all wanted colors and blck.
x They come in all sizes. There is no exag
geration when we say that $35 and even
$40 would not be an excessive price to pay
for these suit3. They will be on sale to
morrow a- m. at
tprf O CC
OX OUR 25c
Sliced Cocoanut Bar
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
Our present display
of dolls and toys in
the Calisher Annex
is one of the most
interesting sights in
El Paso. As usual,
dolls and toys in
tended for Christ
mas can be selected
now and, upon pay
ment of a smallkle
posit, set aside for
A Special Dress Event
Values to $30.00 at $19.50
Xo item in our entire Thanksgiving sale
offers a better value than this. These are
plainly tailored dresses, made of French
sorge and chiffon broadcloth, also, cloth
dresses elaborately embroidered, also, the
''combination" dresses. These have silk
bodice in check or plaid while the skirt is
cloth of a solid color carrying out the pre
dominant color of the bodice and straps of
the cloth go over the shoulders. There are
also shown a number of wool dresses in the
popular shepherd checks. In addition to
thy cloth dresses, we also include silk
dresses. Some; of taffeta silk, beautifully
embroidered on bodice, sleeves and skirt,
and finished with handsome lace yoke and
lace cuffs. Others are made of aeolieene
with, beautifully embroidered bodice, tucked
sleeves and net yoke. Still others are plaid
taffeta with velvet flounce and velvet
sleeves and dainty net yoke. Still other
Terry Cloth Bathrobes at $5.95 nunsveiling, corduroy and other -handsome
An express shipment of Men's Terry Cloth materials. You will not be surprised when
Bath Robes has just arrived. Thev come in we tell you that dresses m this -lot range
red, navy, brown, green and light "blue com- in value up t $30.00; Thanksgiving Sale
bined with white-cut generously full. On price, choice
account of our Thanksgiving Salewe 7 g rf ,
marked them $5.95 instead M&Tff & W I tbd 7. OU
2nd Floor. M fb hi ? f 'f rKT
Full. length Pony Skin Coats, of fin select
ed skins, with moire effect; large collar
and deep cuffs. Lined with plain or bro
caded satin. The most serviceable coat Jen
autoing, or dressy outing wear. $S7.50
values; Wednesday, $69.50.
Dresses for the School Miss
A Splendid Value at $1.25
These are wash dresses for girls 6 to 14
years of age. They are made of cadet and
white striped galatea cloth with plain white
or blue collar and cuffs. They are perfectly
plain one-piece dreses, cut with a great deal
of fullness. They have two breast pockets
and small change pocket; patent leather
belt with emblem on front. The special
price is $1.25.
Something for Men
A big item in our
ing Sale is linens.
On an entirely new
stock of linens we
offer prices that are
ive. Every class of
linens is represent
ed in our present
sale table damask,
napkins, fancy linen
pieces, linen waist
ings and handker
ri:1fife f,,3iliAtif& f ntf Nark
HACK and BAGGAGE
WjH be ap right away."
116-r5120 San Francisco St.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in inst a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
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BELL. 10&. vivvJs.o aaiioi. .wj-w iuu
CASH OR CREDIT
JL IiITTIiB MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
AM H. 1. STEWART FURNITURE CO.
S1S-312 South. Steatoa. Bell CS2; Auto. 2108
""GENTS FOR THE EAST RTTNN TSG WHITE SEWING MACHINE. x
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Hail Orders Given Prompt ana Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
AUTOMATIC . TELEPHONE
Secret, Prompt ana Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
Wholesale Candies Bcll Phone 1493. Auto. phoUe 1405.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
309 S. El Pase St,
Guns. Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
kinds Saddles, tiarness. uuuery. xoms wi faini r.ic
C S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
'06 N. Oiegon St. Phone 347
TTnaer the Electric Fountain.
TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS.
hear music; why, then, should an infi
del try to see Christ?
God's demonstration is to the inner
man, the soul.
Faith is the live wire between the
physical and the spiritual. '
God never destroys that free moral
agency which allows you to say no of
yes to the God who made you.
ORDER OF RAILWAY CONDUCTORS.
HpLD ELECTION OF OFFICF.US
El Paso division No. 69, Order of
Hailway Conductors, held its annual
election Monday and the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing
Chief conductor George L.. Stock
well. ' .
Assistant chief J. -B. Green.
Secretarr-Treasurer George H, Ait
ken. Senior conductor G. Q. Willis.
Junior conductor Scott Vance
Inside, sentinel J. Jt. MeLeod.
Outside sentinel B. Hopwood.
Delegate to convention F. P. Sil
vernail; alternate delegate, "W. M.
Trustees W, L Stockwell, chair
man; J. B. Green, J. R. McLeod.
Time card committee George L..
Stockwell and G. Q. "Willis.
Local committee of adjustment,
Mexico and Northwestern J. .
Webster, chairman; W. Stubblefield,
J Nance .
Local committee of adjustment G.
after taking salts or cathartio
waters did you ever notice that
weary all gone feeling the palms
of your hands sweat and rotten
taste in your mouth Cathartics
only move by sweating your bowels
Do a lot of hurt Try a CASCA
RET and see how much easier the
job is done how much better
you feel. 90
CASCARSTS ioc a box for a week's
treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller
in the world. Million boxes a month.
jr. s. A. W. C. Haight, chairman-, C.
W. Morris, T. H. Binkley.
Local committee of adjustment
Southern Pacific W- M. Holloway,
chairman; J. F. Waddell, J. A. O'Brie.u
Local committee of adjustment, U.
P. & S. W. W. F. Whittingham.
chairman; Scott Vance, F. P. Silver
nail. Local committee of adjustment, Tex
as and Pacific C. L. Sheay, chair
man; Guy Miover, W. B. Moon.
CARWILE SAYS ROAD WILL
CROSS THE DAVIS MOUNTAINS.
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 15. That the line
or tne .fecos vaiiey couwieni liiunp
now building from Pecos to the Davis
mountains, by way of Sarasosa and
Balmorhea, will be constructed across
the Davis mountains to a Southern
Pacific connection at either Alpine or
Marfa, in the very near future, seems
assured, according to a statement made
by W. L. Carwile, president of the
road. The road will be completed and
in operation to Balmorhea by Novem
ber 15 and the material is en route
and the grading work is now nearly
finished to San Solomon Spring, the
southern terminus under the present
The 36 miles ot road now completed
and in operation are substantially
built and well equipped.
NEW SPUR TRACK NEAR
THE EL PASO GLOBE MILLS
The Southwestern construction crow
is camped in its bunk ears near the
Globe Mills, where a new spur track and
a trestle is being built. The track leads
from the Southwestern main line to the
shipping platform of' the Globe Mills
and includes a trestlework across the dry
arroya. near the old viaduct onihe smelter
INSTALLING PHONES ON
SANTA PS DISPATCHING LINE
Raton. N. M., Nov. 15. Work on the
telephone dispatching service at the
local station of rne Santa Fe has .been
completed and phones are being In
stalled between this point and La Junta,
which it is expected will be completed
within 10 days.
KENTUCKY DESPERADO IS
KILLED BY A POSSE
Lexington. Kv.. Nov. 15. "Bad Jake"
I Noble, who shot and killed jailer Tur
j uer, of Breathitt county, in Jakeon last
Tuesday mg'ht, was hmiseli shot to death
by a sheriff's posse in Knott county late
When tfhe posse called upon Xoble to
surrender, 'he resisted and was riddled
with shots by members of the posse.
Rewards agsrrejratinjj $700 had been of
fered by the authorites of Breathitt
county for the capture of Nqble. dead
Xoble.- who was but 22 vears old, had
previously killed three men.
Dr. Crowder, eye, ear. nose and throat
602 Kio Grande BIdg.
Hot Clam Bouillon with salt sprayi
Jllte uoniectionery o.
Johnson's Floor Wax
and a full line of
Tuitle Paint H Glass Co.
BELL 206; ATJTO 1206 v.
EL PASO THEATRE Thursday an ? v. 17 and m
I y1 Lawrence & Sandusky Present AlHff Cbfm
L-HUIi The New York Belasco Theater Success WlUIIlg 9fJll
About College Men and Cowboys, by Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong.
Prices- 50c to $1.50. Sale or beats at the Urawiord.
Heavy Team Harness, Stock Saddled
Ladies' Astride Saddles, Express
Harness, Buggy Harness, Rifle Scab-
MnnnfitvAin baid&. Pistol Scabbards, Belts, anc
BMKmmHimm a classes of Leather Goods.
See us or write for prices.
tarry In Stock SHELT0.PAYNE ARMS CO.
CRAWFORD THEATRE Ibver night
GLASS-GAGNON STOCK CO. THIS WE&K
"LOVE BEHIND A THRONE" Prices Always 15c, 25c, 35c; Boxes 50c
The Best Stock Comnanv That Has Ever Played El Paso. Matinees, Wed., Sat., Sun.
Eh nAt TUCJITDET Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17 and 18.
L. rA9U 1 flEiM I HEL Seats Now Selling at the Crawford.
L3Uri the Screamingly Funny Comedy ISlOIIlg 3 Oil I
By Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong. One year at Belasco Theater, New York. Fun Great
Comedy Cast All Special Scenery Fun.
Prices: 50c to $1.50.