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EL PASO HERALD
12 Friday. November 25, 1910.
rhe Store Thnt Sells. Wool tea.-!
Saturday Sale of
Saturday Sale of
JiCalisfcerBry Goods Ca-(Jncorposiiad)
Than Half Price
4) and $12.00 Hats
Decisive Price Reductions on remarkably stylish millinery is
the offer here tomorrow. In this offer are Fall and winter Hats
in small, medium and large shapes. They come in velvet and
satin in plain Tailored and Dress styles. Black and all the fash
ionable shades of the season are represented. rib j y
Not a hat offered worth less than $10; many J& L X
are worth $12.50. The price tomorrow is . r
CHILDREN'S HATS Nobby styles -for children's school wear. All colors, trimmedvith
best silk materials. Small, medium and large shapes. 7Q"
Values to $1.75; Saturday C
7T0 9P.M. ONLY
Great 2 Hour Sale of
Long Silk Kimonos
Saturday evening for 2 hours only we will
sell forty full length Kimonos, made of
Florentine Silk rn light or dark colorings
and large floral designs. x They're shirred on
shoulders and at waist; ribbon trimmed.
Very acceptable Xmas gifts and -worth
double. The 2 iiour d0 QP
-ale price tJ4i 8 O
El Paso 's
Every woman knows hew scarce Persian
pattern silk is. owing to its extreme popu
larity in "Waists, Petticoats and Dresses.
Nevertheless here we have nearly one hun
dred smart tailored -waists of grey, brown,
navy, red or green Persian taffeta silk;
tucke front and back; little satiu button.
Extra Special f QEf
El Paso Children:
Be on hand promptly at '
10 o'clock tomorrow to
WELCOME SANTA CLAUS
Santa Claus will arrive tomorrow prompt
ly at 10 o'clock. Every child in El Paso
is cordially invited to be present to wel
come Santa. He will establish El Paso
Headquarters in the Calisher Annex.
. n ?ot Tttnt scm yitx
This is one of the most remarkable offers of the season. A trav
eling man sold us here in El Paso his entire sample line, it being
the end of his season and SI Paso his last stop. We obtained a
discount of nearly 50 percent on the entire line.
There are about 200 garments in the offer and no two are alike. They comprise full
length Blanket robes in delicate and staple colors and jpretty floral patterns edged with
satfn ribbon and cord at waist garments which are dear to the heart of every woman
because they're so comfortable." Then, there are the long kimonos and short sacques,
of fleeced back. Vicuna cloth and double faced fleece down, in bright Persian and floral
patterns. Thee are daintily trimmed with ribbons. Fitted backs or loose styles.
Price Reductions Range
75c Kimonos and Sacques for : 49c
$1.00 Kimonos and Sacques for . 59c
1.25 Kimonos and Sacques for 69c
1.50 Kimonos and Sacques for 89c
1.98 Kimonos and Sacques for ..... $1.15
2.25 Kimonos and Sacques for '.". V. 1.39
2.50 Kimonos and Jacques for . . . : 1.59
4.75 Blanket Robes for 2.95
5.75 Blanket Robes for " .'.- 3;50
6.75 Blanket Robes for - 3.95
35c and 50c Silk Tissue 18c Yard
Plain and fancy, all silk Tissue and Evening Silks, all shades, dotted and C
brocaded, regular 35c and 50c value. From 7 to 9. Saturday Xight Special, yd IOC
12 vard limit.
Everybody Come and See Santa Claus
EFFORTS TO FREE
HARLE FROM JAIL
President Diaz to Be Asked,
to pardon Former El
Austin. Texas, Nov. 25. State offi
cials have received f 50m "W. H. Atwell 1
of Dallas, united States attorney, a
letter asking them to -write letters to
president Diaz of Mexico, asking for
the release of Dr. C. S. Harle, a for
mer El Pasoan, now in a Mexican pris
on at Fuerte de TJlua in connection
with a life insurance swindle.
The people of Abilene have prepared
a petition asking for the release of the
man, and the application, along with
letters from state officials, is to be
presented to certain authorities at
"Washington for their recommendations
before being presented to the presi
dent of Mexico.
The petition has been filed in behalf
of the aged mother of Dr. Harle, who
lives at Abilene. She is said to need
Mr. Atwell says that there are four
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reasons why the man should be par
doned: (1) There is doubt as to his
guilt; (2) he has served a term suffi
cient to give him the necessary pun
ishment, If guilty: (3) he had a good
record before the trouble arose, and
(4) his mother needs him.
Harle was convicted of participation
with Richardson, and Mason in swin
dles at Chihuahua against the New
York Life Insurance company, in which
two men, Mitchell and Devers, were in
sured and murdered for their insur
All were arrested in El Paso and
extradited from here to Chihuahua for
RURALES PURSUE EIGHTY-THREE ARE
SLAYER TO HILLS i INDICTED BY JURY
Hot Clam Bouillon with salt sprays j
Elite Confectionery Co.
Tomorrow belnj? the last Saturday of
the in on tli, The Jerald carrier, will
present hill for the month of Novem
ber. Subscribers trill kindly note the
above and he ready for the boys.
Hot Chocolate "with -whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
AW APPEAL TO WIVES
Cure the Drinklnp: Husband by Usinp:
Orrine Can he Given Secretly.
No more terrible affliction can come
to any home than the craving for
strong drink of husband and father.
We appeal to wives, mothers and sis
ters to save the husband and father
or the brother with Orrine, a scientific
cure for the liquor habit. Can be giv
Orrine' is sold under an absolute
guarantee that itwill cure the drink
habit or money will be refunded. Save
the happiness and prosperity of the
home with Orrine. $1 jer box. Write
for free booklet, "How to Cure Drunk
enness." Orrine Co., 467 Orrine Build
ing, Washington, D. C. Orrine is sold
in this city by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon
OX OUR GOc
Pecan Praulines 1
IraiVnnaster O'Coniior Still.!
in Cananea Jail But
Cananea, Sonora, Mex., Nov. 25. Ro
dolfo Coronel shot and killed Refugio
Casaris in front of his home near the
Cananea-Duluth mine. Death occurred
within an hour.
Coronel took to the hills and the
rurales and police are hot on his train,
but he has not been captured.
The cause of the killing is not
known, although it is stated by the po
lice that the two men were quarreling
and that the murder was the result.
Casaris was shot through the back.
M. O'Connor, trainmaster of the nar
row gage railroad, who was arrested
following the running down of a wo
man on Tuesday, is still confined in
jail, but the prospects ar.that he will
soon be given his liberty on bail.
O'Connor states that he is being
treated like a prince and that he is
having a good time in the jail. He is
permitted to sleep in the jailer's office
and has many privileges accorded him.
He has the freedom of the offices dur
ing thr day, which he spends in read
ing novels and magazines and smok
ing good cigars, which are sent him
by his many friends.
Col. Wm. C. Greene returned from
Guaymas and Hermosillo on Wednes
day and left in the afternoon for Los
George Skinner, nurse at the hospi
tal, entertained a number of friends
with a Thanksgiving dinner at the !
Cananea club last evening. j
Eighteen Additional Indict
ments Returned in Final
Report at Roswell.
Roswell. N. M, Nov. 25. The grand
jury for the present term of the Cha
ves county district court returned IS
indictments with its final report, mak
ing a total of S3 at this term. Among
those handed in the last day was one
against W. T. Wells on a charge of
subornation of perjury. The last grand
jury looked into the case, but failed to
indict, and judge Pope brought the
case to the notice of the present grand
jury, as provided by law. 1
Jim Magill, accused of robbing M.
Price & Co.'s store of $400, has been j
brought here from Clovis and jailed, j
He has. It- is claimed, confessed to
the robbery, but the remainder of the
goods could not be found where he
is said to have left them.
The board of county commissioners
has appointed boards of registration for
the 15 precincts in Chaves county for
the election called for January 21st to
vote on the adoption of the new con
stitution. J. N. Alvin and Hugh Davis have
withdrawn from the $1250 bond of
Mrs. Delia Roplee. accused of aiding in
getting a worthless draft for $1000
cashed , at a Roswell bank. She ex-
pects to furnish a cash bond as soon
as she can hear" from Texas friends.
in the photographic contest in Leslie's
Weekly in the issue of November 17.
The photo by which he won the prize
was an artesian well located in the
Pecos irrigated belt.
S. M. Beverly is in Pecos conferring
with the Commercial club regarding
locating a cement factory to manufac
ture plaster cement and plaster of
ST. IiOUIS MAX ENDS LIFE.
San Antonio, Tex.. Nov. 25. R- G.
Gray, a St. Louis mining engineer, was
found dead in bed at his hotel this
morning with a bullet wound in his
head. His hanJ. clutched a revolver
which still pointed toward his head.
I will teach vou.
M. J. Ely's
102 N. Campbell St
El Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box: 757.
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Thurdav. Friday. Saturday, and
"The Saltan" of Morrocco"
Evening performance S :15
Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on ale, Ryan's Drug Store.
Phone. Bell GOS-629
Bills Change Thursday, Sunday.
AJS3ATEES & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Cffic
ESTABLISHED .1 883.
D. W. Bscxhabt. HJ ., Proprietor;
Agent for Ore Shippers Assays cmd
Chemical Analysis. Nines Examined
cuiJ Reported Upon, dallhn Work 4
Specter. p.0.B0X as.
Office and Laboratory:
Car. Ssn Fnadscs k CUteafcaaSta.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCIIETT & PERGTJSOX,
Successors to Hushes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists. Metallurgists.
' Agents tor Ore Shippers.
322 ?i San Francisco St. Phone 324.
TO HOLD SERVICE
OF SONG IN TEMPLE
WHALEV "WINS PRIZE FOR.
REST PHOTO OF PECOS AVEL.I,.
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 25: Porter A.
TVhaley. secretary of the Pecos Com
mercial club, has received notice from
New York that he had won second prize
E! Paso Pasteur Institute
For Prevcatlve TreatBseBl
323 SAX ANTOXIO STREET.
IMtcmc 2340 R. 1. Res.. 345?
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jror your neauug ana plumb
ing estimates. Our Repair
service is prompt and re
liable. 109 N". Campbell.
Bell 956; Auto 2356
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We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
?Q6 N. Oiegon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
The Pii-st Lecture of Series,
However, Is Postponed
v For a Week.
A service of song will be held Friday J
evening, beginning at S o'clock, in
Temple Mt. Sinai. "" -
The first leclure of the series on '
"Everyday Questions," that was an-'
nounced for Friday evening, has been !
postponed to the following Fridaj' '
evening, due to the fact.that rabbi j
Faber is visiting in the city and has
promised to speak in the temple. He !
comes as the representative of dis- ;
trict No. 7, I. O. B. B.
The program for the service of song !
Friday evening follows:
Opening hymn Temple choir. ' ,'
Traditional responses Temple choir.
Solo, "Same Me, O God" Randeggar. '
Sermon, "Thanksgiving Thoughts" j
Rabbi M. Faber of Tyler, Texas.
Duet, "Children Pray This Love to
Cherish," Spohr Mr. "YVitte and Mrs.
Closing hymn, "The Lord Is Exalted" I
John West. j
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Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
Use Herald Want Ads,
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. Its nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell 340: Aato. 1159.
Office 313 X. OrecoB.
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The MIRROR'S frl 1 D
STORYof DUR I lAVl IX
Is it faded, lifeless.and full of dandruff?
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH ,jver fail,
to RESTORE those GRAY or FADED
HAIRS to their NATURAL COLOR
and beauty? -
POSITIVELY REMOVES DAN
DRUFF. Your money back if not satis
Send 2c for books' "The Care- of the flair and
Skin." Philo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J.,U.S.A.
REFUSE AIX SUBSTITUTES
$1 and 50c. bottles, at druggists
FOR SALE .VXD RECOMMEXDED BY
KXOBLAUCII DRUG CO.
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, "!200 Mo. St.
Low prices on Sash. Doors, and Win
dow Glass; 'Cabinet Work;
Stpre and Office Fixtures.
CHAS. S. HENNING,
Railroads, Irrigation, Power Plants,
Examinations, Plans, Management.
20 years experience in Southwest and
406 Cables Block. Phone 723
Now is the time of year to do picture framing. Tel
ephone us and we will call for your pictures.
Tutile Paint Glass Co
BELL 206; AUTO 1206
Hec-uy Team Harness, Stock Saddles,
Ladies' Astride Saddles, Express
Harness. "Rup-o TTnrnACQ T?ifl Qol
I Manufacture and bards P01 Scabbards. Belts, and
'a all -classes of Leather Goods.
'fai-rv In Stnrlr See us or writd for prices.
jlL--.- SHELTON-PAYNE.ARMS CO.
I Seats it m-
With a Great Cast
the I CRAWFORD THEATRE
cwcrcT renaH r j
The City Plays the El Paso Theater One Nite Only, Tues., Nov. 29 th.
rPrices, 50c to $2.00.
GLASS-GAGNQN STOCK CO, THIS WEEK
"FACING THE IViUSJG" Prices Always 15c, 25c. 35c; Boxes 50c
The Best Stock Company That Has Ever Played El Paso. Matinees, Wed., Sat. Sun.