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Eli -PASO HERALD
12 Monday, Xorember 21, 1910
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Confidence when eating, that your food is of
highest quality, that it has nothing in it that
can injure or distress you, makes the repast
doubly comfortable and satisfactory. This
supreme confidence you will enjoy when you
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Fresh Franco American Plum Pudding, each. . .
35c, 65c, $1.00
Efeinze New Mince Meat, per lb k. . ...20c
Fruit Cake in handsome cake boxes, each $1.75
New Shelled Hickory Nuts, per lb 75c
New Shelled Black Walnuts, jier lb 75c
Shelled English' "Walnuts, per lb ." 60c
Oresco Imported Kaisins, per box 50c
Cresco Stuffed Figs in glass Jars ... .60c and $1.00
Ferndell Sifted Peas, per can ... 7. . . .15c and 25c
Fresh Strawberries, per box 15c
Fancy Head Lettuce, each 10c; 2 for 15c
Fancy White Yallev Celery 3 for 25c
Fresh Oysters, "Extra Selects" can . .35c and 50c
California Chestnuts, per lb 25c
Ferndell Asparagus, fancy peeled 40c
Whole Turkish Figs, per lb 25c
Queen Oliyes in bulk, quart 35c
The Largest Assortment to Select from in El Paso.
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EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Ante.
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We store goods. Opp. Posteffice, across Plaza
C3 & 625
A. E. RYAN & CO.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPEJT ALL NIGHT.
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nTJRTON-LINGO CO.. FIRST & KANSAS STS-.
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key aod Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York. 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S North Stato Street. Phone Bell 139.
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. 'We are manufac
turers. EL PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY,
Beth Fkeiieo. 312 S. El Paso St.
202 Tes St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
HACK and BAGGAGE
"Will be p rifkt away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
118 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
BeU 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
1054 EPftftVir'&llfai SA II M CffWEIIVI 196b
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1064. ODOJCS TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A IiTTTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. . STEWART FURNITURE CO.
S16-S12 Sonth Stanton. Bell 632; Anto. 2108
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTJNN ING "WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
"Which the Good Wo- j
men Relieve. j
"Tell you something of the work we j
are doing? If I were to talk 2 1 hours j
I could not -tell you of the many prob- j
lems which confront us. From early j
morning until evening a steady stream i
of distress passes into our office. At I
the county dispensarj sad mothers and j
sick children come to the baby clinic j
to be comforted and healed. We aro '
busy every moment of. the day." I
This was the reply of Miss H. Grace j
Franklin when asked something about
the work of the Charity association, of j
which she is supervisor. t
It was a cold day, and out of the
drizzling rain came a mother carrying j
a baby in her arms. The father follow- '
ed, carrying a seven year old boy. Both
children were sick and almost naked i
and starving. The mother was scantily
clad and the father tired and hungrj'. j
They were a picture of destitution and (
despair. They were admitted to the (
consultation room and examined by Dr. j
Kluttz. He recognized in the woman !
the mother of a child which had died j
over a year ago of tubercular perito
Jesus, the seven year old boy, was ill
from typhoid fever and the baby show
ed signs of the fatal disease, which had
j caused the death of the other child. '
' The starved mother, the babies and the j
t father all appeared to have lost the j
last spark of life. He seemed a mere '
machine. He had had no work for j
' three months, there was no food for the
I children and they were crying with J
i the cold! There is one other child, she
' is going to school seeking an education '
in spite of the fact that she is often .
j breakfaBtless. Unless prompt action .
j was taken, there would be another fu- i
neral and perhap? another case of tu-
j berculosis in El Paso. The little fellow '
14 months old was wearing a pair of i
' worn out trousers belonging to his '
seven yeaf old brother! i
j Now they are being cared for and
Jesus is improving. He now sleeps in j
i a clean bed, clothed in a night gown, j
i has broth and milk to drink and his llt
t tie brother Is again dressed as a baby
j and is being fed baby food. And the
charify is helping the man seek work, i
j This is the work which the charity i
j ball helps to keep up.
EXQUISITE, EXCLUSIVE EVENING APPAREL
Dancing Frocks and Ball Dresses
We have something over 100 beautiful evening dresses , suitable for
the Charity Ball, etc., which we will offer tomorrow and Wednes
day, at heavily reduced prices. Dresses range from the pretty, girlish
dancing frock for the young debutante to the handsomest and most
gorgeously garnished ball gown.
These chesses were copied from the model gowns of famous Parisian designers but were modi
fied to suit the tastes of American women. The result is dresses of charm and distinction
with the etreine Parisian features modified and made beautiful. It is impossible to describe
each garment separately, so, we have selected a few as follows:
Dress of black jetted net. over, blue and white
messaline, bands of gold passementerie on
bodice and skirt. A $100.00 costume; $69.50.
Dress of emeiald chiffon made over black
satin, bodice and overskirt profusely garnished
with point de Venise lace. A $89.50 costume;
"White Chiffon Dress, exquisitely embroidered
in light blue; a $42.50 costume; $35.00.
White Chiffon Dress, embroidered in pink; a
$42.50 costume; $35.00.
White Crepe de Chene Dress with touches of
maize colored messaline, front is elaborately
embroidered. A $45.00 costume; $35.00.
Dress in light blue, net oer silk, heavily
braided; a $22.50 costume; $15.00.
Dancing Frocks of crepe de chene and chiffon,
wide Persian border, forming bodice and fin
ishing edge of skirt, simple but effective;
$27.50 costumes. $19.50.
Dress of white allover Oriental lace, with
touches of blue velvet, and pearl trimming. A
$39.50 costume; $25.00.
Other dresses, equally as beautiful, are of
fered at corresponding reductions. Tomorrow
is certainly the time to buy beautiful evening
costumes at remarkably reduced prices.
We manuracrure jewelry to order. J
Give our jeweler an idea of what you j
have in mind and he will produce a
beautiful artistic and original bracelet.
pin, fob or whatever it is you want. )
Snyder Jewelry Co.
EVENING COATS AND CAPES
Just 40 garments are offered at the following remarkable price reductions.
These coats and capes are made of a beautiful cliiffon broadcloth and lined
with messaline. Come in the dainty pastel tints, to match the evening gown,
also in the staple colors and black. Many are elaborately braided and em
broidered. Such reductions as these were never before offered on handsome
$29.50 Evening Coats and Capes;
Thanksgiving Sale Price
$42.50 Evening Coats and
Thanksgiving Sale Price
$34.50 Evening Coats and Capes;
Thanksrfvinjr Sale Price
Engagement com. Monday, Xov. 21
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Evening performance 8:15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale. Rvan's Drug Store.
Phone, Bell 608-629
Bills Change Thursday, Sunday.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
M?ii Orders Given Promgt and Special Attention.
307-3(39 E. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT BEPT.
409 South Santa Fc St.
Bell Phone 1403. Auto. Phone 1403.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
20 S. El Pass St.
Gum. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tools, all
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Pecan Glace Bar
$47.50 Evening Coats and Capes;
Thanksgiving Sale Price
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ample time all gowns purchased
for the Charity Ball
Last Turkey Day
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DA Y SALE OF PETTICOA TS
Tomorrow is ' k Petticoat Day. ' Tomorrow we offer Women 's Petti
coats at Thanksgiving Sale prices. Eead each of the following lots.
Never before were yon offered serviceable petticoats at such prices.
Here is a 6ilk petticoat value that is entirely
out of the ordinary, even for the Calisher
store. These petticoats are made out of a
soft finished, durable taffeta. They have
plenty of fullness, and are finished "with a
tucked flounce 13 inches deep. There are
only 50 petticoats at this price, and -we sug
gest the earliest possible selection. Thanks
giving Sale Price tomorrow
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
'.06 N. Oiegon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
We secured a lot of about 50 dozen petticoats
at a considerable reduction in price. These are
Black Mercerized Petticoats mercerized satine,
feathersilk. etc. There are about a dozen dif
ferent; styles -with tucked flounce, embroidered
flounce, pleated flounce, etc' All petticoats are
neatly made and of serviceable quality. Would
sell in a regular way up to $1.50; Qg
special tomorrow at cOC
Persian Pattern Petticoats are favorites this
winter. In fact, the demand is so great that
manufacturers find it difficult to secure enough
material for them. We were able to secure a
quantity of mercerized satine in Persian pat
terns. This we turned over to our regular
petticoat manufacturer. They are very attrac
tive petticoats, made "with deep pleated flounce
and foot riffl.e They have the appearance of
a silk petticoat, and just about one-third the
cost. They're the very nicest petticoats we
have ever been able to
A splendid assortment of handsome petticoats.
Messaline and taffeta petticoats in Persian pat
terns, Silk Jersey Top Petticoats with pleated
flounce in Persian design, Soft Messaline Petti
coat with flounce in Persian designs, also
Soft Finished Taffeta Petticoats in solid
shades, including black. FnTi Tvfw- n J,o
offer is worth at least one-half more than the
price quoted, lamorrow, we give it?
vou choice at .
WAGON AND CAR
C. S. Ward Is Hurt, Gar
Damaged and Horse
Has to Be Killed.
As a result of a collision Saturday
afternoon at Boulevard and Kansas
street between a Highland Park street
car and a horse and wagon, Charles S.
Ward, foreman of -The Herald's compos
ing room. Avho was a passenger on the
car. was knocked insensible. He was
carried home. S05 Xorth Ochoa street,
by Dr. B. F. Clutter and Dr. F. P. Miller,
who were driving on Boulevard. He sus
tained internal injuries on his right side,
and his right arm and lei; were bruised.
Injuries sustained by the horse includ
ed almost severing the left hind foot, the
hcof hanging by the skin. The animal
The car. in charge of motonnan Clan
ton and conductor Frick. was running
east on Boulevard. The horse and wagon,
owned by Adam Stanger, 508 South El
Paso street, and driven by J. S. Friels
and H. Kohler. chimney sweeps, was go
ing south on Kansas street. The men in
tended turning west on Boulevard, but
it is said the horse slied and crashed
into the car. The car is one of the closed
center compartment style, uith open
spats on either end.
Mr. Ward was sitting on the front seat
on the left hand side of the car and was
tin own from his seat bv the force of the
collision. The shafts of the wagon
-pushed through the screen of the car,
and it is considered miraculous that Mr.
Ward's body was not pierced.
In the Christmas gift calendar, dia
monds either in a ring or other jew
elry take first nlace. We offer vnn
a wide selection in diamond jewelry, i
fonyuer jewelry Co.
The quicker a cold Is gotten rid of the '
less the danger from pneumonia and
Hall, of Waverly, Va., says": "i firmly j
believe Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy to
be absolutely the best preparation on
the market for colds?. I have recom
mended It to my friends and they all
agree with me." For sale by all dealers.
RAYMOND TEAIi, HAPPY HOUR.
Says manager Fogg, of the Happy
Hour: "Raypiond Teal and his musical
comedy company of over 30 people ar
rived In the city last night after a
long railroad jump from Oklahoma
City, where they closed Friday night
a most successful summer stock en
gagement at the Lyric theater. Air.
Teal was completely astounded at the
big growth El Paso has made in the
past year and says that El Paso, like
all the mlddfe west cities, must be in a
most prosperous condition.
"Speaking of his winter's engagement
scheduled to open at the Happy Hour
theater tonight, Mr. Teal says he an
ticipates a most prosperous and pleas
ant engagement He was a long time
closing with me for the time here, as
he was to open in Atlanta, Ga., for the
winter's season, but the good reports
he heard of El Paso induced him to
make the switch. After closing .his
contract Mr. Teal went to all the east
ern cities and has brought back with
him a line of productions that will be
staged here during his engagement.
He has producing for him this season,
A. N. Zlnn, acknowledged to be the
foremost popular priced musical Com
edy producer in the business. Miss
Frances Grey, who stages all the
dances, was ballet mistress at the New
York Casino for the past two seasons.
"Teal, unlike most musical comedy
stars, does not rely on his own versa
tility to carry his productions through,
but has surrounded himself with a cast
of exceptional strength. The princi
pals are as follows: Raymond Teal,
Geo. A. Burton. Will H. Cross, O. J.
Post, Ted Rose. Harry Castelberry,
Mable Darragh, Grade Wolf, Corrine
Carkeek, Virginia Glenn Elllss and
Miss Topsy Gates. The chorus with
Teal Is made a special feature and
numbers 14 girls, all of whom he says
are good singers and dancers. Some
of the early productions to bo staged
are 'Teezy Weezy.' 'Sultan of Mor
rocco,' 'The Grand Duchess," 'The
Three Musketeers,' 'The Telephone
Girl.' 'The Spooners,' 'A Courtship in
Japan," 'The Fairy Queen.' and many
others that will 'be mentioned later on.
"Mr. Teal carries a carload of spec
ial scenery for all his productions and
& most elaborate vesture of wardrobe,
all silks and satins. The policy will be
two bills a week, changing on Thurs
days and Sundays, with one matinee a
week, on Saturday. Seats can be se
cured for seven performances in ad
vance at Ryan's drug store either by
phone or messenger boy, and will be
held at the box office till 8:15, the
curtain time. An augmented orchestra
will be used for this engagement under
the direction of producer Zinn. The
opening show tonight is that big Web
ber & Fields success, 'Teezy Weezy. "
i the best members of the original cast,
, will be seen here at the El Paso thea
i ter Thursday, November 24. The
prices will be 50c to $1.50. Seats are
i now on sale at the Crawford theater
Not the least of the successes which
Augustus Thomas, journalist and play
wright, has given to the stage, is
"Arizona." The play, already an estab
lished favorite here, thrills with the
vigor of western life and is deemed
both romantic and realistic by local
and other critics. "Arizona," with a
company said to consist principally of
CRAWFORD THEATER TONJGHT.
Play S :20 "Courtmartialed.'
Prices 15, 25 and 35 cents.
Matinee Wednesday, 2:30 p. m.
NOTE Special Thursday matinee.
Watch repairing. Snyder Jewelry
Chamberlain's Stomach and Uer
Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may
be taken with perfect safety by the
most delicate woman or the youngest
child. The old and feeble will also
f!nd them a most suitable remedy for
aiding and strengthening their weak
ened digestion and for regulating the
bowels. For sale "by all dealers.
THE QUESTION OF LIFE IS NOT,
How much time hare we ? For in each day each
of ns have exactly the same amount we have, "all
The question is, what shall we do .with it?
Bny a gallon of Tuttles' Imperial Paint, and
get busy. .
Tuiile Paint ($L Glass Co.
BELL 206; AUTO 1206
Heavy Team Harness, Stock Saddles,
Ladies' Astride Saddles. TCvrress
Harness, Buggy Harness, Rifle Scab
Maiiufactlireand b,ards' Pisto1 Scabbards, Belts, and
an classes 01 JLeatner uoods.
See us or writefor prices.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
Carry In Stock
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50c to $1.50. Seats Now Selling.
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!L PASO THEATRE
The Play That Grips You Earn. Holds Your Nerves
Tense Augustus Thomas' f,C SRl
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amencd-s weaieoi riay-Duuiuuy aiagea; vigorously Acted. The Characters are Real 3! WUUK I fAtfTA" Prices Always 15c, 25c, 35c; Boxes 50c
a -tartling Tale, Vividly Portrayed. 13 The est btock Company That Has Ever Played El Paso. Matinees, Wed., Sat, Sun
3LAS8GAG!MQN STOCK CO. THIS WEgK
iEvsRr might 1 1 MAJESTIC THEATRE
Men and Women, Big-Hearted, Honorable, True.
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Musical Comedy With Eew Scenery and Effects
GREATEST SHOW ON "RAPTTT TOT? TTTC MOTTRY
Prices Always 10 and 25 Cents. Chanee of Bill Monday and Thursdav Nicrhts
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