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We A re Headq
, Exhibiting the Most Exquisite Furs
Ever Seen In the Southwest
LOOO Choice Pieces to Choose From
An additional shipment of handsome furs, together with
our nrevious fall nurchases. now sives us a stock of more
X than 1, 000 pieces. This is the largest stock of furs ever
& exhibited at one time in El Paso. Every kind of fur that is
m worn this winter is included. All the newest ideas in muffs,
$ I scarfs, collarettes, stoles and other neck pieces are shown.
igji it is out or me question to . attempt to aescribe mis truly
p? magnificent stock of furs, but, the following will give you
an idea of its immensity and the wide variance of prices.
Now is certainly the time to select furs --when you have an almost endless
variety to choose from. Furs will be set aside on payment of deposit.
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In these we -offer
IVench Cooney, ranging in price from
$3.50 to 17.50.
Black Hare, ranging in price from $3.50
Russian Lynx, at $18.00 to $22.50.
Black Lynx, at $22.50 to $75.00.
Prices quoted axe on the individual
pieces you make up your set yourself.
In the favorite brown furs, we offer
China ilink, in prices ranging from $5.00
Jap Mink, prices ranging $8.75 to $75 00.
American Mink, at $32.50 to $87.50.
These prices are also on the individual
pieces, so that you can match a set to
GRAY FURS In these we offer Gray
Squirrel, Blue Wolf and Silver Hare.
These furs come in matched sets only,
and range in price,
WHITE FURS These also come in
matched sets. We have Thibet, Hare and
Iceland Fox, prices
ranging $22.50 to...
A Most Unusual
$25 Coats $15.75
When iv comes to getting a stylish coat, made
fc handsome material, there is no question but
that this is the best offer of the season. This
is a "big and varied lot of coats, in every ma
terial, every color and every late style feature.
Sizes are (for women and misses. Materials
re imported English suitings, hlack broad
cloths, novelty weaves of all kinds, etc., etc
Many of the popular "belted" coats are in the
lot. Abo, coats with the regular tailored coat
collar and some with 'the long roll collar.
A5so, black broadcloth 'coats with handsome
velvet collar- Whatever kind of coat you may
need whether of 'heavy "mannish" material
for every day wear or of handEome broadcloth
-to cover elaborate gowns or anything between
the two you will find just what you want in
this special offer. Goats in values to $25.00;
choice the balance of the ri J? 7 J
week at vIwoO
We guarantee our furs to be as r -presented.
You can jcome here and select
furs, depending absolutely on what
we say as to their quality and value.
Handsome fur coats are included in
the special exhibition of furs for the
balance of the week.
(See Window Display of Furs)
While furs are of chief importance
the balance of the week, we do not
want you to overlook the many big
values that are offered in stylish
ready-to-wear garments and dainty
Sale of Dresses
We continue the balance of the week
to offer radically reduced prices on
dresses ranging from the simple tail
ored dress to the exquisite imported
There . are only 50 of these
waists and they are certain-,
ly unusual values. They are
white waists, tailored
models, made of pure linen,
and most of them hand em
broidered. Hardly any two
waists in the lot are alike.
The reason for such a rad
ical reduction on stylish
waists is that these are
"odds and ends," the result
of heavy selling the past
few weeks. Our regular
$5.75 waists; on sale tomor
row and as long as they last
? We QjrlUr
That question is easily solved at this,
It is always a perplexing question "What to Get Him" for (3mstmas unless
you come to our store, which is distinctly a man's store. Herevyou will find hun
dreds of articles that would make useful presents and ones that the husband,
brother, father, lover or friend would appreciate.
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, Ties,
Socks, Collars, Cuff Links, Shirts,
Suspenders, Fancy Vests, Hat '
Or any one of a hundred other articles would
please a man. We extend an invitation to
everyone to visit this store and do their
Christmas shopping early while the stpek is
complete and the store is not crowded with
This is our first Business Christmas in
El Paso. Wp propose to do something
well worth while in the way of giving
customers a Big Christmas Present.
It now looks as if we were actually
going to give Millinery away.
In a day or two we will be able to tell
you exactly all about our Big Christ
L. C. BAIILOW, Mgr.
Bell PhORe 334.
Auto. Phone 1334.
City National Bank
Mine fc Smelter Supply Co.
Critclie-tt & Ferjcnson
Custom Assay Office
NEW STATION, BANK
AND SCHOOL HOUSE
Obar Has Substantial Boom
in Building of Busi
Obar, X. AL, XbvT 30. B, C. Ware
superintendent of buildings and bridges
on the Rock Island road, has arrived in
Obar .with a force of men and ha com
menced work on the new station at this
place. The plans call for a, handsome
and well arranged building of concrete
blocks. It will be 24 bv 64 feet and
will cost $4500. Work will be pushed
as rapidly a-s weather conditions and the
work at other points will permit.
The school board has contracted with
L. C. 3Hller, a contractor and architect,
late of Kentucky, for building the new
school house in Obar. The building
nvill be of concrete blocks and of modern
design and finish. The cost of the build
ing aside from the lot, will be $5000.
The Townsite company donated an en
tire block to the district for a school
The Townsite company -will in a few
days let the contract for completing a
$4000 bank and store building, of con
crete blocks. Four blocks of eight-foot
cement sidewalk have alreadj" been laid
this year, bringing the total of improve
ments in these four items to over $15,000
this 3rear. Obar is about 18 months old.
TO MEXICO ASSURED
THE METALS BUYING AJID REFINING CO.
2 JO San Francisco St.
Burned Retorts, Etc.
EI Paso, Texas.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Dentist Scraps and Svieeps
Jerreler Scrap ,
Nug-gets and Gold Dust
CONFISCATE THE CANE.
Ricardo Carral complained to the po
lice of the loss of $85, which he said
was taken from his pocket while
drinking with a friend "Wednesday aft
ernoon. Guadalupe Arrleta was ar
rested. While searching- "for Arrieta,
the police found a. sword cane in a
rooming house on South El Paso street
and the ""sticker" -was confiscated.
DIVORCE SUIT PILED.
In the 41st district court -Wednesday,
suit for divorce was .filed by Jennie
Grant auainst William Grant.
Col. Epes Randolph Says
Line to Mexican Capital
Will Be Built.
Tucson, Ariz., Nov. 30. Tucson will
be connected directly by Tail with Mex
ico City says Col. Epes Randolph, who
has returned from a trip of the west
coast lines. "Just when the work of
building into the city of Mexico will
start after we reach Guadalajara, I
cannot say," says Mr. Randolph. "Ther
are 400 miles of rough grading be
tween those two cities and I cannot
say how long it will require to com
"The extension from Mazatlan, south
to Guadalajara is completed as far as
Tepic, and rails have been laid to a
point 40 miles north of Tepic"
CHILDREN START FIRE.
Fire, caused by children playing with
matches, destroyed bedding and clothing
stored in a xent in the rear of J. "N .
Bedford's aesidence at 605 Mesa avenue,
at 1 3 eclottk Wednesday afternoon. Loss.
4 Christmas money for El Paso, r
4 school children. ' 4.
3 Watch The Herald for full 4
4 details. Don't miss it.
.OFFICIALS OF PECOS VAILEY
LINES OX IXSPECTIOX TOUR.
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 30. Officials of
the Pecos Valley lines of the Santa
Fe system have visited Pecos on an
official inspection of the lines in Pe
cos and vicinity. The following com
posed the party: F. C. Fox, general
manasrer: G. C Starkweather. "oniiMi
superintendent; D. Elliott, assistant 1
general supenntenaent, and j. a.
Roach, chief engineer. I
The matter of better train service J
over the banta e between Pecos and
Carlsbad was taken up with general
manager Fox, and Mr. Fox stated that
he would go into the matter In de
tail a little later with a committee
of business men from Pecos.
HARRIXGTOX SAYS ROAD WILL,
XOT BE EXTENDED WESTWARD.
Dalhart, Texas, Nov. 30. Bell W.
Harrington of Dalhart, president and
general manager of the Mountains,
Plains and "Valley, says the line west
from Cimmaron to San Francisco, Cal.,
will not be built, that such a move
ment was never for an instant con
templated or considered, and that the
road will not be extended bej'ond Cim
maron N. M. AH arrangements for the
construction of the road from Cimmar
on to Guthrie, Okla., are progressing
as rapidly as conditions will permit.
der the management of R. A. Kyle.
Mrs. A. F. Felix entertained her
Sunday school class at a social party.
Mrs. C. Robinson entertainfed at
Mlfes Genevieve Bogel entertained the
Girls Card club.
Mrs. William McGee entertained a
party of young people at art informal
TO COMPLETE BALMORHEA
EXTENSION BY NEXT M'EEIC
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 30. At the gen
eral offices here of the Pecos Valley
Southern it is announced that the ex
tension of this line between Sara
goosa and Balmorhea will be N com
pleted next week, and train service
put on to Balmorhea direct, and as
soon as this piece of work is com
pleted the extension to a point near
Phantom lake at the foot of the Davis
mountains would receive attention.
OUTS THE EXPENSES
Marfa, Texas, Nov. 30. The Marfa
Light and Ice company Is equipping tits
plant with internal combustion engines,
taking out the steam plant. The com
pany expects to vitalize the waste heat
of the gas engine to evaporate water
for ico making by an apparatus for
which engineer Chas. Bailey has ap
plied for a patent. This device it Is
said, will cut down the operating ex
penses from 30 percent to 40 percent,
according to cost of fuel and iu this
territory a saving of C5 percent will be
The Marfa History club was delight
fully entertained by Mrs. L,. C Brite
Mrs AS. Carver acted as leader. Mrs.
Lizzie Davis read an interesting paper
on LaFayette. While topic2 were dis
cussed by Mesdames Fennel Bailey Mc
Cracken and Carver. The program was
loilowed by a rennst pito1 in ti,i.
giving stylle with souvenirs and place
v,xu suggestive or that da v. T-ne nex'
meeting of the club will be with Mr-'
Lizzie Davie. Papers by Mrs A Por
ter and Mrs. C. Bailey
Mrs. L. E. Cartwrlght entertained the
young folks of the Baptist church and
served a supper of turkey, salads and
Mrs. L. W. Roberts entertained at a
happy children's nartv in hnnnr nf ,
anniversary of her little daughter's
birthday. Miss Thelmita received
many pretty presents from her little
friends, among whom she Is very pop
ular. A dance was enjoyed by the society
set at the opera house.
Mrs. J. A. Pool will have a novelty
bazar at her residence December 2nd.
Mrs. Robert Brown will build a res
idence on her property now occupied
by the Marfa Millinery Co.
TVhe skating rink Is now open un- I
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FORMER RAILROAD MAN
DIES AT VALENTINE, TEXAS
Valentine, Tex Nov. 30. G. M.
Reed, former lineman for the G.. H. &
S. A., died at his !nome here with lung
trouble. He came to Valentine, accom
panied by hi? family, about a year ago.
Funeral services were held today and
the body laid to ret in the cemetery
near town. He leaves a. wife and three
The family of Cook Moore, five of
whom are afflicted with with typhoid
fever, are improving and will soon be
able to be up.
Call Bell 115, Auto 1115, tell what
you wish to buy. sell or rent and The
Herald will do the rest.
FORT SUMNER IS BOOMING
SINCE LAN.D OFFICE OPENED
Fort Sumner, N. M., Nov. 30. Fort
Sumner is already feeling the impetus
of the new blood injected into the
townsite company. Old timers insist
that every place that has a land of
fice in its early days makes a good
town. Fort Sumner is feeling the ef
fect of the federal land office just es
Register Curen and clerks McHenry,
A WARNING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts Re
garding Health Statistics
Few people realize to what extent
their health depends upon the condi
tion of tho kidneys.
The physician in nearly all cases of
serious illness, makes a cnemical an
alysis of the patient's urine. He knows
that unless the kidneys are doing their
?vork properly, the other organs can
not be brought back to health and
When the kidneys aro neglected or
abused in any way, serious results are
sure to follow. According to health
statistics, Bright's disease which Is
really an advanced form of icidnoy
trouble, caused nearly ten thousand
deatns In 1909, in the state of New
York alone. Therefore, it behooves us"
to pay more attention to the health of
these most important organs.
An ideal herbal compound that has
had remarkable success as a kidney
remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great Kidnev. Liver and "RlfldriPi-
The mild and healing influence of
this preparation is soon realized. It !
record of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys require
attention, and wlan a sample bottle,
write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y. Mention this paper and they will
gladly forward It to your absolutely
free, by mail.
Swamp-Root is sold by every drug
gist in bottles of two sizes 50c and
and Wilkinson now have their families
with them and have settled here in
their new homes. Clerk Humbert la
expecting his family soon and receiver
Salazar will build and bring his fam
ily here in the spring.
A new bakery is about to be opened,
here, making the second In. a short
Work has begun, on the seven mile
extension of the canal that Is to water
3000 more acres of land.
A special train on the Santa Fa
passed through here while an unusu
ally heavy rush was- on in. the local
celery trade. As a result the officials
saw and tested Fort Sumner celerv.
which is now being shipped to places
that raise the product.
JL'he Weekly Index is now located
near the bank and land office in a neat
building of its own. T.he proprietor
has also just completed a neat dwell
ing in the east end of the townsite.
Rev. J. R. Carver is dividing his
time between Fort Sumner and Es
tancla as a Presbyterian pastor.
M. A. Roonej- has completed another
neat cottage for rent. A dwelling has
been completed in the' valley lor Mrs.
Paint the old town in glowing
colors and if & stranger asks you
what kind of a place El Paso is,
don't give him that shop-iworn re
ply, "Oh! It's an overgrown town."
Sar, "It's one of the best cities
in Tex&3." He may be thinking
about locating and if you give
him encouragement and he comes
to the city he may have some good
ideas, and they wiH become con
tagious. So much for the better
ment of El Paso. You haven't
P. H. Curran