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stake and We Treat
Some for Immediate Use, Others Will Supply
Nicely Some Christmas Need.
TO EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS IN
ibfelf I fi
From the most beautiful line of Mesh
Bags to be found in El Paso "we have
selected one extra special for tomor
row. These are German silver Mesh
Bags, frames beautifully chased, a
bag that sells regularly at $5.00j
Our after Thanksgiving sale of ready-to-wear
garments will be the big at
traction here next nveek. Full details
in Herald tomorrow.
Are here to perfection-the
purest and most whole
some ever manufactured
for human consumption.
We have chocolates, bon
bons, caramels, marshmal
lowsy and a large variety
of the most popular and
temp ting confections.
Every article sold by us is
guaranteed to be pure and
wholesome. We want you
to try us once and we will
be sure of future orders.
SPECIAL SAXES DAILY.
The Sanitary Confectioner
Marr Chercr, Prop.
CHINESE CHOP SUEY
AMERICAN CHOP SUEY
"Will be opened, over
The Eastern Grill
First Class in Every Respect.
MARR CHEW, PROP.
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3 Splendid Specials
We are headquarters for Fine Hosiery. The specials
made for tomorrow- are made with reference to supply
ing immediate needs, also Christmas gifts at a saving
can be selected from the following
OFFER NO. 1 An extra special, pure silk hose, black
only: tomorrow only Limit 3 pair to a QQ
customer at OtC
OFFER NO. 2 Pure silk thread hose, black and all
colors, wide garter top, the best
value possible at
OFFER NO. 3 Beautifully embroidered silk hose,
variety of patterns, black and all colors d
an unusual value at V
A big bargain tomor
row is 16 button glace
Eld Gloves. These are
Treyfous e and
Pownes makes. They
come in black, white,
and tan. Begularly
$3.50; tomorrow at
Health Speaker Urges Co
operation, Care and
Iihat only through cooperation of the
people may the medical profession suc
ceed in quelling disease, -was the im
port of 'what Dr. J. X. McCormack said
Thursday night in the tabernacle- The
physician spoke on health, giving prac
tical suggestions and not failing to
drive hard blows at his own profes
sion and. at the laymen who decline to
assist the work of protection. Dr. 3Jc
Cormack, who is a publicist for the
American Medical association, speaks
strongly and well.
"It is only by support of the public
that anything can be dons," he said.
"We doctors know that disease, the
most common disease, can be wiped
out, t'-iat they are not inherited but
transmitted, and that the transmission
is a matter of ignorance or careless
ness on the part of the sufferers.
Care Is Imperative.
"It is recognized that El Paso has
one of the model health departments
of the UnitAl States. But it is help
less without intelligent support of the
people. They say you have tubercu
losis here, those who came from afar
bringing it. If there is no public sen
timent to bring care, one out of ten
of you may go to your graves with it.
The transmission is a simple thing,
easily checked. Bur. the physicians
cannot stop it, wijtihout your help.
Typhoid Disgraces f City.
"Typhoid is a disgrace to a com
munity or to a family. Instead of ex
pecting sympathy, the afflicted should
hang their heads in shame. It is cre
ated by filth, nothing more, and It is
transmitted by the common house fly.
They have rid themselves of the fly
in London and Paris.' We can do it
"The medical profession has failed
DO YOU NEED A
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not
recommended for everything, but if
you have kidney, 3iver or bladder
trouble, it will be found just the rem
edy you need. Swamp-Root makes
friends quickly because its mild and
immediate effect is soon realized. It
is a gentle healing herbal compound
a physician's prescription which has
proved its great curative value in
thousands of the most distressing
All druggists in 50c and $1.00 sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of
this always reliable oreDaration bv
J mail free, alo pamphlet telling all
1 about it.
Address D. Kilmer & Co., Binsrliam
ton, N. X.
and all colors
a $5.00 value
There is no question about us having
the most extensive . asortment of
beautiful Handkerchiefs to be seen
locally. These two specials should
Hemstitched Linon Handkerchiefs,
neatly embroidered initial, regular 10c
valuej tomorrow, 6 for
EXTRA Pure linen, guaranteed hand
embroidered initial also pure linen
Handkerchiefs with imitation Armen
ian lace, a 25c value; tomorrow, 3 for
Imported laribout Stoles in black
and white, a 6.75 value; tomorrow
$1 Scarfs 50c
Persian and Flowered Scarfs, 2 1-2
yards long, also imported lace scarfs
worth $1.00, are an extra special to
in many ways. Nationally it has failed
in such instances as the Cuban way
when disease killed more than bullets.
The Japs in their war did better
Many Deaths "Unnecessary.
"The civil aspect Is still worse. It Js
not property, but women, children and
men which would be protected. Men
should be aroused to the danger of
misuse of themselves. One-half of the
deaths are cruelly unnecessary. "We
have national appropriations for the
protection of animals from disease, but
not one dollar is being spent to pro
tect humanity from it.
"So we are taking better care of
horses and cattle than women, chil
dren and men. Are we a Christian
nation? Are we a civilized nation?
Three-fourths of the total revenue of
the nation is expended in the army and
navy; so that men may be-killed. Noth
ing is spent to protect men. The doc
tors know how to prevent and would
prevent, if they had the cooperation."
Dr. McCormack spoke of the doctor's
"anvil chorus," but of how petty jeal
ousy was fast disappearing. He called
it 'Uhe black cloud of envy which
hung over the profession." "But it
hurts you more than us," he declared.
"But the medical profession is fast be
coming the most harmonious body of
men," he said.
Preceding the physician's talk. Dr.
Bulgin and Rev. Kenneth Brown spoke
briefly. G. L. Rose and Parvin Witte
GENERAL MESS 3EN
HAVE FINE SPREAD
Sergeant Baldwin Arrives
at Port "With Twenty- "
Fort Bliss, Tex., Nov. 25. Thanks
giving day was celebrated at the post
by a big dinner at the general mess.
This will probably be the last general
mess Thanksgiving day feed the troop
ers of the 23rd will have, as the plans
are now being made for having organ
ization messes instead of the general
mess which Is the antiquated custom
of the old order of things. Souvenir
menu cards were issued to everyone at
the dinner. This card contained the
menu and the list of the mess officers.
Sergeant Oliver Baldwin, formerly of
H. company, of the 23rd, arrived
Thursday from Fort Lrogan with 25
recruits for this battalion.
GLACIER DOES MUCH
DAMAGE IN ALASKA
Cordova. Alaska, Nov. 25. A disas
trous flood caused by the loosening of
the waters of an Internal lake in Be
ring Glacier, swept the Bering river
valley Thursday, devastating a large
section of the country southwest of
the great ice field. Manj' miners' cab
ins were swept away and grave fears
are entertained for the livps of the oc
cupants. Icebergs of gigantic size were torn
loose from, the glacier and dumped
Into the river. Swept before the huge U
rush of water which caused the Be
ring river to rise ten feet in four
hours, the great maasses -of ice car
ried everything before them. Cabins
near the river were carried out by the
water and then ground to pieces by
The FaiE Business Is Not What We Expected. The Re
suit is We are Overstocked on Suits and Overcoats
EOSWELL WILL NOT
PAY ADVANCE BONUS
Commercial Club Committee
Advises Against Accept
ing Col. Beall's Propo
sition. Roswell, N. M., Nov. 25. The railroad
committee of the Roswell Commercial
club has decided that the city cannot
accept the proposition of Col. Fred A.
Beall and his party of engineers that
Roswell citizens put up a bonus of
25,000 in advance for the building o
a railroad from Roswell to Fort Worth,
because of the lack of a sufficient
guarantee that the road will be built.
Bot Harris, the negro who killed
Clayborne W. W. Merchant, jr., has
been found guilty of murder in the
second degree, the jury recommending
him to the clemency of the court.
John I. HInkle of Hagerman, and
Green B. Patterson of Roswell, Chaves
county delegates to the constitutional
convention, are back from Santa Fe,
and G. A. Richardson is to be home
Saturday. Emmett Patton, the fourth
member of the delegation, was com
peted by illness to return to his home
soon after going to Santa Fe.
Rev. George Fowler, pastor of the
Roswell Christian church, has been
called to the pastorate of a Christian
church in Kansas City. He will take
no action in the matter for several
Breaks Up Cold
-Thousands Are Using the
New Method With Won
Cut out this prescription Madam; you
are the one that must look after the
health of the household, and you are
the one in these days of high prices thai
must manage things economically.
Someone in the family may have a
hard cold this winter; it may be in the
head, perhaps in the chest.
It matters not where; here is some
advice and a prescription that will
break up any cold in a few hours, and
without taking harmful drugs or strong
drinks Into the stomach.
First of all, look after the bowels.
The tongue will show whether the liver
Js right or not. If the bowels need
attention, a good dose of castor oil
made tasteless with a little orange
juice will do the trick, although any
reliable cathartic will do.
Then try this eoonomical treatment;
into a bowl of boiling water pour a tea
spoonful of HYOMEI (pronounce it
High-o-me) cover both head and bowl
with a towel, and breathe deep Into the
lungs the soothing, healing vapor.
Breathe this vapor for five or ten
minutes until the head feels fine and
clear, then go to bed and sleep soundly
A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents at
Kelly &. Pollard's and druggists every
where. A complete outfit which in
cludes a hard rubber pocket 'inhaler
with which you can breathe It any time
or place, costs only $1.00. It is guaran
teed to cure catarrh, coughs, colds, sore
throat and croup, or money back.
We offer every suit and overcoat
(except blues and blacks) in onr en
tire stock at these prices : .
Never before at this time of the year were you offered
Alfred Benjamin Hand Made Clothing af Such Prices
Prepare for the winter HERE and NOW.
Every garment guaranteed just the same as if you paid full price for it.
R. C. Lightbody Co.
Corner Texas and Mesa
FOR3IER SAX ANTONIAN
LIVES IX XEW MEXICO.
Under the above heading the San
Antonio Express prints an excellent
likeness of Mr. Ferlet and says: Tony
A. Ferlet, formerly of San Antonio,
when he was a member of the firm of
Guessaz & Ferlet, now of Dona Ana j
County, New Mexico, arrived in San
Antonio last night and will represent
Dona Ana county at the Trans-Mississippi
Commercial congress. Mr. Ferlet
is enthusiastic about the Mesilla val
ley, In which he is located. But not
withstanding that he finds xsew Mex
ico so attractive, he said he was glad
to return to San Antonio and meet his
many friends here once niore. Mr. Fer
let organized and was the first presi
dent of the Lone Star Field Trial club
of Texas, and was active in all sports.
GETS THANKSGIVING RAISE.
Globe, Ariz., Nov. 25. Floy Blevins,
superintendent of streets, celebrated
Thanksgiving by gettirg his salary
raised from. $100 to $135 per month.
DON'T DD3 IN THE HOUSE.
"Rough on Rats," the Unbeatable Ex
terminator of Roaches, Ants, Mice,
Rats, etc. The secret is, you, not the
maker, do the mixincr. 15a 25c. 75c.
See directions how to use in out-build- i
MR, & MRS. BURKE
AT THE FAIR
Have Opened Their
231 MILLS STREET
OPPOSITE THE STANDARD GROCERY
Everything is fresh daily and of the best qual
ity. Our salesroom and shop are in one open
room no partition to hide anything from your
Fills a "Kneaded" Want
The Acme of Perfection
Burke's Home Bakery
211 Mils Street.
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats at. .
35.00 Suits and Overcoats at. .
32.50 Suits and Overcoats at. .
30.00 Suits and Overcoats at. .
28.50 Suits and Overcoats at. .
27.50 Suits and Overcoats at. .
25.00 Suits and Overcoats at. .
22.50 Suits and Overcoats at. .
20.00 Suits and Overcoats at. .
18.50 Suits and Overcoats at. .
& $15 Suits and Overcoats .
CAPT. E. R. TARTER DEAD;
WAS EDITOR OF LAREDO TIMES.
Laredo, Texas, Nov. 25. Capt. Ed
ward R. Tarver, aged 70, is dead after
an illness of four months. Until his
last illness Capt. Tarver was editor of
the Lareda Times. He came to Texas
from Lowandes county, Alabama, in
1854. He was a prominent attorney,
served the city and county in many
capacities and has been living in La
redo since 1SS1.
RAILROAD EMPLOYES ARE
INDICTED BY" GRAND JURY'.
Chicago, 111., Now 25. Frank B. Har
riman, John M. Taylor pnd C. L. Ew
ing, former officers and employes of
the Illinois Central railroad, and Jo
seph E. Bunker, were indicted by the
grand jury today for conspiracy in'
connection with frauds said to have
been practiced against the railroad.
OIL COMPANY CHARGED
WITH FRAUD IX 3IADLS.
Tulsa. Okla., Nov . 25. The Ster
ling Oil company, of Louisiana, was
today formally charged by federal of
fiicials with using the mails to de
fraud in floating stock on property or
no value in Oklahoma. The prosecu
tion will be pushed.
TWO TOTS ABLAZE
HAVE CLOSE GALL
Bisbee. Ariz., Nov. 25. Nelson Kal
gaard, 4yearsold, was severely burned
about the face and body when left
alone in the house with his brother
Daniel, who pulled a piece of burning
paper from the stove which set Are to
their nightclothes. A man was pass
ing the home and heard the children
scream. He ran in and beat out tho
fire with his bare. hands.
" Only One "BR03IO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the World over to Cura
a Cold in One Day. 25c.
3Iore rooms -with bath, than any
other hotel in El Paso.
J. W. FISHER,- Prop.
(Formerly of the Sheldon)
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FOR SALE BY
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