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4 Fridav. "oveniber 25, 1910.
112-114 South Oregon St.
Offer special values in Men ys and Ladies y Clothing
for Saturday and Monday.
Ladies' Suit Specials
Five Shirt "Waist Specials
6.50 fine embroidered messaline "waists,
colon;, gray green, and &A. Q
P J. y,Qy 5.00 waists, come in messaline, taffeta,
ana macjc nets; E tj K
on sale at J)Oo0
$3.50 waists, come in colors black and
navy blues; taffetas and messaline silks.
On 'sale $0 7C
at tJJe J
$2.50 silk and wool waists, colors gray,
white and "black, d 1 QQ
$2.00 nunsveiling waists, gray, white
$12.50 fine voile chiffon panama skirts,
new models, JQ Q
$10.00 fine all-wool chiffon and voile
SS.50 skirts, come in voiles and. chiffon
$7.50 skirts, made of fine chiffon pana-
'. $6.95 ZSF..T.l $5.98
ec k( d-irfa iTtTA -m-nrrft of stvles and
$7.50 Children's and Misses' & QC ;4i. ' d A fC
E An Large range of regular sizes from $3.50,
Suits, for pJJJ $4.00, 4.50 and 5.oo. see tnem.
$25.00 suits for Jadies, made of fine
broadcloth and other high class ma
terials; on sale
$22.50 suits, made of high class fabrics,
cut after the latest styles; come in
different colors; on
$20.00 suits for ladies, come in regular
line of sizes and. extra large sizes for
stout ladies; l K(
on sale "at PUJU
$18.50 suits for ladies, come in different
styles and shades,
$16.50 suits, made of pure all wool ma
terials; regular and extra sizes for stout
ladies; on d -I q QC
$15.00 suits, "come in all wool materials;
colors, blue, green and 1 O CA
gray; for tpl.OU'
$9.00 and $10.00 Misses'
Suits, on sale at
$8.50 Children's and blisses1
Children's Coat Special
$5.00 coats for small children, sizes 2, 3,
4, 5 and 6 year old; coiae in colors
white, red, brown, blue plush, and bear
skin; also black caracul, d O QP
for - P573
$3.50 coats for children, sizes 2 to 6
years of age; come in colors brawn, blue,
old rose and white. Made of fancy
iplush and bear 6dn; d O OC
on sale at PO0
Children's and Misses' Coats
$3.50 coats for girls, sizes S to 12 years.
Gome in fancy woolen
materials; on sale at
$4.00 and $4.50 children's and misses'
coats, sizes 8 to 12 years;; come in solid
and fancy colors; t Q Q?
on sale at VwtOO
$6.50 coats for girls 8 to 12 years of
age; come in cloth, and plush materials.
Colors blue, green, red and tff AC
brown; on sale at . ... tj) T"2 O
Boys' Reefer Overcoats
1 special lot of small boys' overcoats,
regular $2.25 sizes, (J H J?
on sale at V JL .OO
1 special lot of all wool reefer overcoats,
1 special lot of boys' overcoats, value
$1.75; full length; 1 Q E
at Pl mOO
Specials in Staples
7 l-2e apron check gingham, s f
10 yards for DUC
6 l-4c apron check gingham, A Q
10 yards for TCO C
121-2c double fold Percale Q
Remnants, for s 2C
121-2c gingham remnants, QrL
2 to 5 yards, for . U'JZQ
10c gingham remnants, 2 to Q
5 vards. for OC
Men's Clothing Specials
$27.50 suits, made of fine unfinished
worsted materials, (J Q f AC
for w tpdil.VD
$25.00 suits, come in high class worsted
$22.50 suits for men, made of high class
on sale at
$20.00 suits, come in larger range of pat
terns and materials; ihand tailored
$18.50 suits, are made with hair cloth
fronts and hand felled di p CA
collars; special sale P A O 0 J
$16.50 suits, all come well tailored;
different materials, & "fl Q Q f
$15.00 suits, come in soft finished ma
terials; . (19 en,
on sale at tPieUU
1 special lot of men's suits, anade ot all
ool serges and worsteds; hair cloth
fronts, on rf - j? f
sale at ..,.. -,--... A-i OIJ
Sheets and Cases
9-4 Pepperell Sheets,
on sale at ,
9-4 Ridgewood Sheets,
on sale at
1 special lot of sheets,
1 lot of 42-36 pillow cases,
each lie; a dozen
1 heavy linen finish case,
42-36; "each 13 l-2c; doz.. . .
1 lot of large sizes. 25c ,
Bath Towels, each
1 lot of 39 inch; 17 l-2c
1 special 18-36 inch cotton
Huck Towels, dozen ,
$6.50 and $7.50 long Jap
silk kimonos, for . .$4.85
$5.00, one lot of long silk
kimoons for $3.69
$2.50 long flannelette
double face kimonos
$2 Iqng double face flan
nelette kimonos for $1.75
$1.50 long flannelette ki
monos on sale at ..$1.25
Special values in long
1 1 1) S
All afternoon and evening: trains are
reported on time.
Two Good Specials
For Saturday Only
On Saturday we will offer two special values in the very finest goods that
are made in El Paso. The first special is
Whipped Cream Puffs
Regular 50c a dozen
Saturday only, per dozen
White Mountain Cake
Regular 40c value ir
Saturday, each - - tJvC
Send your order early and include an order for a loaf of "Square Deal"
Bread. An actual double loaf for 10 cents.
Phone Bell 310.
210 E. Overland St
"Arizonat" time -worn and time hon
ored, was the attraction at the El Paso
Thursday evening-, and drew but a
small house. Those who have not seen
the play missed an opportunity for It
was well produced "fay a company ca
pable enough. Fermin Huiz is a splen
did "Tony," about the best "who has
ever had the part- There is plenty of
humor in the piece; also enough
tragedy to suit those who like tears
and heart throbs. The staging was
'FACIXG THE SIUSIC."
Two record breaking houses greeted
the Glass Stonk comnanv Thursday at
the Crawford. Manager Rich says the
crowds laughed at and applauded the
many funny situations in "Facing the
Music." He says: "It is one of the
best comedy bills seen here in a long
time and the entire company -was hap
pilj' cast. The 'new policy of intro
ducing specialties between the acts
was started yesterday and the spe
cialties by Bert Gagnon, Edith Pol
lock, Gladys Bush and Bert Hodgkins
were the best ever introduced by a
stock company. The prices are Joe, 25c
and 35c There will he a double bill
tonight! Don't forget the amateurs
"THE CITY" A GOOD SHOW.
"The City," to be seen here next
Tuesday, the 29th, at the El Paso thea
ter, is without doubt one of the lead
ing productions on the road. It had
a splendid run in New York and has
met with equal success on the road.
The company, headed by Norman
Hackett, who was last seen here in
"Classmates," is a splendid one, and
the performance is elaborately staged,
by very capable people. The play has
the theme of an Ibsen drama and is
most intensely interesting, with strong
dramatic climaxes. The character of
xne degenerate "dope fiend," essayed
by Geofrey C. Stein, is one of the best
creations of the stage today. Otheman
Stevens, dramatic critic of the.Los An
geles Examiner, agrees to this. The
play has received nothing but praise
that is, as a production well cast and
staged; its theme is left for each indi
vidual taste -to criticise or approve
and it has been deserving of all that
has been said about it, G. A. Martin
of The Herald staff saw it recently
in Tacoma, Wash., and recommends it.
The same company is coming here.
"aUEEX OP 3IOUMX ROUGE."
Some idea of the magnitude of the
musical comedy, "The Queen of the
Moulin Rouge," can be gained by the
fact that the organization travels in
a special train of five cars, consisting
of two baggage cars, two sleepers and a
Of this show, the Springfield, Mis
souri, Republican, declares that "the
only thing suggestive about it is its
name," and says: "'The Queen of
Moulin Rouge,' at the Landers theater
yesterday before a good audience, sent
the audience away declaring that one
of the snappiest, breeziest and most
remarkable productions ever seen here
had been witnessed.
"It was one of the big successes of
the season, and Springfield theater
goers of both sexes who like first class
musical comedy cannot afford to miss
this show. More genuine laughter was
created by the funmakers than can be
imagined in any theater. From the
rise of the curtain on the roof of the
academy Savourette, with a stage full
of bright, vivacious girls, to the fall
again, after a trip through Paris by
night, in which some most thrilling
scenes are presented, back at the art
school again, the audience was kept in
an uproar of continual applause."
The attraction appears at the EI
Paso theater "Wednesdaj', November 30,
and Thursday and Friday. December 1
and 2. Seats go on sale Monday morn
ing. The prices' are 50c to $2.00.
TWO 3IOXTHS FOR
London, Eng., Nov. 25.
Twenty suffragists who were
arrested during the night for
smashing windows in the gov
ernment offices, were sentenced
today to two months in prison.
"You disorderly women have
been treated with too much
leniency in the past," said the
magistrate in passing sentence.
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by making this headquarters
for tout furnishing goods.
Our large stock of every
thing that man wears assures
you of a satisfactory selec
tion and our prices well,
they will satisfy you too.
Limited Parcels Post.
Washington. D. C, Nov. 25. A
limited parcels post for rural free de
livery routes will be recommended by
postmaster general Hitchcock in his
forthcoming annual report.
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A new barrel of Heinz sweet Gherkins
Jackson'n Sanitary Grocery
Elliott famous black tvrlpr apples.
Dr. Cameron, Dentist, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
C. L. Bllllnston, 703 Magoffin. TeL
MS9, painting, paper hanging, decorating
Dr. PrcntlBs, practice limited to dis
eases of stomach, intestinea and liver
Rio Grande Eank building.
Rome, Italy, Nov. 25. Cardinal
Sanminiatelll died Thursday. He was
horn in 1840 and was proclaimed a
cardinal In 1901. Through, his death,
the number of vacancies In the sacred
college is increased to 19.
Fancy cranberries, 2 quarts for 25
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Quality and Servicfe
We never get tired of talking the
Quality of the Aleats we sell. We
find that exercising care throughout
is our hest investment. Customers
are absolutely protected on Quality.
When it comes to Service this market
stands without a rival.
J. C. PEYTON,
Successor to Robinson's Market.
114 N. Stanton St
3oth Phones. Prompt Service.
COOK IS DECLARED
INNOCENT BY JUDGE
American Conductor's Case
In Mexican Courts Tot
Guadalajara, Mex., Nov. 25. Judge
Ramirez has acquitted James A. Cook,
the American conductor, of complicity
in the robbery of National Railway
freight trains a jear ago.
Te judge announced that there was
absolutely not any proof of complic
ity, but the prosecuting attorney, who
asked -a sentence of nwo years and 10
months for "Cook, gave notice that he
would exercise the right of taking the
matter under advisement for five days
and it is possible he will appeal to the
Cook was arrested on August 30,
1909, and kept In jail until February
22, 1910, when her was released on $4000
The reason for the arrest of Cook
was that packages were thrown from
the freight trains of which he wa3
conductor, but he claimed that he could
not see this as he was in the caboose,
and one of the judges tried the ex
periment, deciding that Cook could not
be held responsible. Cook was rein
stated by the National Railways when
released on bond and has returned to
Cook's arrest and subsequent confine
ment in jail, even after his train crew
of Mexicans had been released on bond,
led to American railroad men appeal
ing 0 the United States state depart
ment to eecure his release and in
threatening reprisals against Mexicans
in the United States If he was not
given more consideration.
Elliott's famous apple cider.
Dr. Crovrder, eye, ear, nose and throat
602 Rio Grande Bldg.
Dr. Lealye Hyde,
jian, 814 Mesa.
Bnrned in Bo ton Fire.
Boston, Mass., Nov. 25. It is be
lieved that several persons lost their
lives in the fire that destroyed
Young's hotel last night. A boy who
jumped from the third story window
Is thought to be the only person on
that floor to have escaped. He was
"We have just opened a new barrel of
Heinz mincemeat, 20 cents a pound,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dr. R. D. Robinson. Practice limited
to diseases of children and orthopedic
surgery. Office and residence 700 Mesa.
Both phones 1S97.
A fresh shipment of excellent Kosher
meat just arrived.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Revolt in Honduras Probable.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 25.
Through resident hindrance in Wash
ington intimations have reached the
state department of a renewal of the
efforts made last summer to over
turn the existing government of pres
ident Davilla in Honduras and to in
stall general Manuel Bonilla as president.
Dr. W. R. Weeks, chronic diseases.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115, tell what
you want. The xerald boy will collect
the next day.
Dr. Sclinller, jOentist, Roberts-Banner.
Society and Business Stationery.
Engraved, embossed, printed. All
work done in El Paso.
J. B. Sutton Co-, 32S Texas St.
Strawberries every day.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Dv. J. A. Hedrick. surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
How's This For Breakfast?
Buckwheat cakes with some of that
"Blood of the Maple" syrup we have.
Jones Dairy Farm little pig sausage.
Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand"
"We have new buckwheat flour for
tne buckwheat cakes; t Jones Dairy
warm Sausage, Chase & Sanborn's coffee
and the best maple syrup you ever
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Sealshlpt oysters at Ardoin's at only
25c per pint.
Burned to Death.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 25. John Juday,
marshal of a private fire company of
Swift & Co., packers, was burned to
death, 50 city firemen were overcome
fW OILBUiWINQ rtl
1 I LOCOMOTIVES J
Portland and Seattle
. FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROH EL PASO
CARRYING- UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
For tickets and sleeping car accommodations, call at
City Ticket Offke-St Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
Saved is Thai
We Do Not Conduct
A Savings Bank
But we do save you materially in the prices thcit you
pay for your footwear.
' Our new store located at 208 Texas street is replete
with a stock of the latest and most classy styles of foot
wear ever shown in El Paso. Gome and see our imported
line of English Shoes, the height of perfection and
The Following Prices Denote the Saving
Men's $5.50 and $6.00 shoes in patent
colt, vici and velour, better than any
shoes you have seen 0A QC
Hen's $5.00 shoes in a large variety
of styles either lace or button and
all leathers, Q QE?
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 shoes in pat
ents and gun metal, lace 1 O QC
or button styles for Pd t3
Men's $2.50 and $3.00 wxrk shoes,
made of solid leather soles and heels
in a variety of (J g p
shapes at P X 7u
Boys' Elkskin Shoes,
from $1.35 to
Ladies' $5.50 and $6.00 shoes in pat
ents, suede and gun metal; lace and
Ladies' $4.50 and $5.00 shoes, now
styles every one and in all leathers,
lace or button,
"We will sell ladies' $3.00 and $3.50
shoes in vici kid or gun
Ladies' $2.50 vici kid lace shoes, with
"We are showing the largest line of
children's shoes in El Paso, priced
$2.45 down 1A.
)0 and $3.50
EL PASO SHOE CO.
208 Texas Street
by smoke and $75,000 damages was
done to the lard refinery of xhe packing-
firm by a fire which raged for
three hours Thursday. None of the
firemen overcome when an explosion
of a vat of grease filled the room
with dense smoke, was injured seriously.
Office Constructing Quartermaster,
Fort Bayard, X. M., November 25, 1910.
Sealed Proposals, in triplicate, will be
received at this office until 11 o clock
a. m., December 24, 1910, and then pub
licly opened, for the furnishing and in
stalation complete of two compound
duplex: steam pumps. Plans, specifi
cations, blank proposals and other in
formation furnished on application:
Bidders on proposal must state the
name of the manufacturer supplying
the pumps. TJ. "S. reserves the right to
reject any and all proposals. J.R lie
Andrews, Capt. and Quartermaster, U.
S. A., Constructing Quartermaster.
If your address or business has been
changed since your name was taken
advise us, giving botn old and new ad
dress, and correction will be made for
John F. "Worley Directory Co..
15 Morgan Bldg.,
r Home- dressed turkeys, -spring-chickens
and hens. Phone- Ar&Qln's. S00.
THE ELEVATOR . :
in The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays a3 wells, ain
regular office hours.
THE JAjSHTOE SERYIGE -
in The Herald Building is the most efficient in EKPaso. -
THE LOCATION ' . 4
at the very heart of the business center, where' every ear goes
by the door. v
have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughly warmed bv steam in winter. :
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service. ,
" First National Bank
Capital $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits 225,000
Deposits . . s 3,500,000
We cordially invite new business connections.
Our new savings department pay3 4 percent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C R. WOREHEAD, President. GIG. D. FLORY, Cashic.
JOSEPH MAG0FFIW, V. Prea. C. N. BASSETT, Vic Pr.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Ass. Cash.
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S31.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONXY.
Rio GrandeValley Bank &Trust Co.
W. W. Turney, Prest.
S. T. Turner, Vice Prest.
W. Cooley, V. P. & Mgr.
V. E. Arnold, Cashier.
F M. Murchison, Asst.
H. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leavell H. J. Simmon
A. G. Andreas W. B. Lntta B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams E. M Andreas J. H. iTav
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTIVELY INVITED