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title: 'El Paso herald. (El Paso, Tex.) 1901-1931, November 30, 1910, Page 5, Image 5',
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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, STov. 30, 1910."
Sooner or later you're bound to find out that it will
be to your advantage to buy your footwear here.
There's Every Reason Why You Should
Quality, style, fit and comfort guaranteed in our
footwear, together with the lowest possible prices.
Women's "Yici Kid
Blucher. comes in
light and heavy sole.
Women's Gun Metal
button or Blucher,
Big Girls' Shoes, but
ton or Blucher. heavv
I " amM
i -w mStt
Women's black suede
button Boots, hand
sewed soles, plain tee,
short vamp, high arch
Patent Button Boots,
come in black velvet
or cravenette tops.
Eeffal Shoes, 215 ' .Send for Catalog
i a vpf n and Self
1-4 Sizes, &,! PasO Measurement Blank
$3.50, $4.00, $5.00 St. free
Are the bargains we are offering in Suits and Over
coats right now when you-need them. Look at these
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats at $30.75 r
35.00 Suits and Overcoats at 26.75
32.50 Suits and Overcoats at 24.75
30.00 Suits and Overcoats at 22.75
28.50 Suits and Overcoats at 21.75
27.50 Suits and Overcoats at. . . ) . . . 20.75
25.00 Suits and Overcoats at 18.75 v
22.50 Suits and Overcoats at 16.75
20.00 Suits and Overcoats at 15.75
18.50 Suits and Overcoats at 14.75
16.50 & $15 Suits and Overcoats at. . 11.75
Never before were you offered such prices at this
time of the year.
R. C. LIGHTBODY CO.
Cor. Texas & Mesa.
and every one who is interested in books.
"We havedecided to continue our
Cut Price Sale of Rooks
The list now includes about
300 COPIES N
.. Don't miss this Ijook sale. -.
""Watch.' our book window.
& STATIONERY CO.
Help the Chamber of Com
merce Boost for El Paso
The Gem of The Southwest
Thursday, Dec. 1, at 8 o'clock p. rn.
The question of the instalation of pumping plants for the land in thei
valley will 'be the feature of the evening's business at this meeting- and should
have the attention of every citizen of this city and valley.
Every city grows by what it feeds upon and all food comes originally
from the country. If the territory surrounding this city raises $100,000 of
farm products, the farmer "who trades with you can buy only that amount
of goods; but if you can so stimulate agriculture that it produces one million,
your trade will be increased in the same proportion. Really it is increased in
greater porportions for then are trhing3 possible in a city of the one million
class that are impossible -in the 100,000 basis.
Let us -stop our hard times talk and get to work doing the things needed
for El Paso.
This list of bargains for tomorrow and Friday's selling is one of the best we have
offered this season. "While they are every one exceptional values we especially
call the attention of the ladies to this regular $20.00 coat especially priced at
$14.98. It is not only seasonable, offered at the time when it is most needed, but
it represents such' a substantial saving that every woman needing a coat should
be here tomorrow or Fridav.
TEXAS & MESA
0 f vr i
54 -inch coat-, made of imported''
broadcloth ami serge, strictly
tailored; come in blue, black,
brown and tan; regular $20.00
Ladies' all wool sweaters in both double
and Eingle breasted styles; fancy stitched
and perfectly shaped, in white, cardinal,
and oxford. Regular S3.50 and $4.00 values.
Special tomorrow and
Ladies' sample belts in plain kid. patent
leather and elastic: in plain color and Per
sian designs. Values up' to 75c: special
This i an. etra good quality of boys
fleece lined underwear as comfortably fit
ting and dirrable garments as you would
want. Conve in sizes from 7 to 14 years;
regular 39c values;
tomorrow and Fridav
$1.50 BOYS' HATS $1.18
These boys' hats are in all the
-popular shapes and are offered
in a wide choice of colors, and
are unusual values at this
iprice. Tomorrow and Friday,
eery $1.50 boys' hat in the
house goe3 d in
$3.00 MEN'S VESTS $1.89
Men's fancy -ests; come in a
large variety of patterns and.
in the verv latest lesions. Just
arrived from the factorv. Val
ues up to $3.00;
219-221 5. EL PASO STREET
ANSWERS FALSE ALARM.
The Central fire company was called
out at 2:25 Wednesday afternoon by
a false alarm turned in from the
corner of Overland and Hill streets.
Watch! Snyder oewelry Co.
The Hall Room Boys
l.JivrS-t. jyiO, lis Uic .Ncs i" ic Ktcxui-s Jjtiru.4
We will clean your old tie 'til it
looks like new for ten cents or
we will clean a dozen for a
SEE OUR PRICE LIST
In the new Tri-State Telephone
BookPage 38. It is full of
I TELL YOU FORGOT
m KEY !
Aw TELL THAT
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4? '.jp V sLl 'y
-y.lh $ 4r
I DEMAND THAT TOU CALL THE W HOTBUNN BY XOve'. f
LAKOLADY SHE-LLTELL. YOU WHoJ H: SEEnS TO BE Hft-ivjC
ALL RIGHT. WE'Lul At- . WnX- THccr: j
SEND FOP. HER fT- H WT& J"
WHEN WE g?f &, J r JgL V jgLff
QETTOTHE jfc TSWKfT
HWSEyT yi Jr&k W ' '
MAKES HIS ESCAPE
Manuel Enclso, a prisoner in the
county jaij. sentenced to serve a 35
day term on a theft charg-e. esclped
shortly after 2 a' clock Wednesday aft
ernoon. ITe was on his way to the en.
gine house to work as fireman. While
the engineer had his back turned -Xe
Jumped out of the coal house and made
his escape. Officers are looking- for
Watch! Snyder Jewelry Co.
CARR PLEADS GTILTY TO
SSirGGLIXG CHI?TESE CHARGE.
Oliver Carr, a rormer Southwestern
railroad engineer, who now runs a
public automobile on the plaza, pleaded
guilty and was fined $1000 in the fed
eral court at Alamogordo, X. M., Tues
day, when arraigned on a charge of
aiding and abetting in the smuggling
of Chinese. A perjury charge which
had been preferred against him was
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HERE CODECS SOME FRIENDS OF MINE YX
Dyeing and Cleaning Works
The American Xational Bank is a stronghold for money. Its
Tlherm.l frrpn-fmonf. .- ilpnneitnre n l?Tifc. Jo :ij S
sliown by its steadily increasing business. May we open a
checking account for you ?
Capital and -Surplus $240,000.00
Now Being Increased to $360,000.00
W. ) . I o
THEfLL IDENTIFY IE.
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who is this suspiciousIpe: onT know Hir .
UOOKINQ PERSON W DOUBTLESS HE'S 0NE.QFTH05E7
j OFFICER ? VWHY DOES QENTLE.rfN EyRQLHS .
iHEPRESOrnETO ADDRESSf ''ST1 PUT X
H-HM THAT YES, HE'LL THlNrtl o.O YOO H.AVE 1p
evens up the Twice before, he M-me w To 7AvlL W
tytiti?f SCOPIE TRtES TO PUT ONE y"00,1jU --
W"ttf A Btr. sOvefv on u$SjX Y ?&y y
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SONtE OKX '-U GiE.T TOU
AMD OT TOU QOOO
OX AX IXSPECTIOX TOTJR.
In a special train of five coactoes H.
V. Piatt, general tsuperintenderft of
the Southern Pacific. anda party of
officials arrived in El Paso x Tuesday
evening; immediately returning- west.
The officials are making the period
ical inspection of the road.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
TV. C. rcCormick, agent of the Q.
H. & S. A., has been called to Dallas
on account of the illness ohis mother.
Thomas X. Finney, of the E. P. &
S. TV. general offices, is on his way to
South America. He has been employed
by a New York firm in building a rail
way in the Madeira district In west
and Brazil. Mr. Finney has lived five
years in El Paso.
OF SUBSCEIBEES ,
TO CHARITY BALL
jW4ftional names of charity ball .sub
scribers not heretofore printed are:
Mr. and Mrs. J." V. Berger, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Newman, Sir. and Mrs. F:
S Ainsa, Miss Alice Fitzpatrick, Francis
I. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Connor.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pearce, Mrs. J. 5.
Crosby, Miss Crosby, S. Blumenthal,
Mr. Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. TX S.
Stewart. Ballard Coldwell, H. I. Bow
man. Behr & TVatts, Mr. and Mrs
TV. H. Burges, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Tur
ner, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bailey, Mr.
and" Mrs. C. S. Plckrell. Joseph M. Nea
lon, Mr. And. Mrs. TV. D. TVlse, Mr. and
Mrs. TV. TV. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. O-A.
Donaldson, Hugh A. McLean, J. H. Pol-
lard, Jas. L. Hewitt & Son, C. B..
Feagen, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Goggin, C
B. Anstrand, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Bry
an. Mr. and ift-s. J. P. Marr, P. H.
Curran, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Stewart
D. Storms, Mr. aad Mrs. Waters Davis,
John M. Ridley, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Kerr, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh. S. TVhite,
Mrs. Lulu Hassam Montmorenci, Philip
Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Tuttlet
Mrs. E. C. French, Mr. and Mrs. TV..
Gillies, Mr. and Mrs. TV. B. Brown, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. TVilliams, Mr. and Mrsw
Henry S. Beach, Miss Ora TV. I. Slater
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. TVingo, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Rich, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Af
fleck, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Buckler, Mr 0
and Mrs. J. T. Cameron.
"Watch' Snyder Jewelry Co.
SHEW WARE HOTEL TO OPEX
AT PLAIXVIEW THURSDAY
Plainview, Tex., Nov. SO. The Ware
hotel, one of the most elegant and
costlj- hotel buildings in the entire
panhandle, will be opened on Decem
ber 1. The building is of reinforced
concrete and cost about $125,000. It
is located on the square and Is S0xl40
feet in dimensions three stories high,
with a roof garden and is furnished in
the most modern style.
C. E. Howard will be In charge of
the rooming department, and Dick
Weis will preside over the culinary
MORE THAH TWO THOUSAND
MEXICAN CATTLE IMPORTED
Wednesday there were 2095 cattle im
ported at the local port. W. R. Bigham
imported 30 oars containing 1250 head
John T. Cameron 31 cars containing 570
head and The El Paso Livestock and
Commission company 27 cars, containing
Watch! Snyder Jewelry Co.
DENTON'S AVERAGE GOOD.
George Denton made an average of
99.39 in a test for rnilway mail clerks on
the Xorthern Teas section in the office
of chief clerk David McKnight of the
railway mail service, in the federal
Jmilding Wednesday- morning.
Peace President Dead.
Wooster, Ohio, Nov. 30. The Rev.
Sylvester F. Scovel. president of the
American branch of tae International
Peace society, and former president of
the Wooster university, died at hl3
Penay Paper Suspends.
San Francisco, Cal.. Nov. 30.: The San
Francisco .Sun a new one cent Demo
cratlc daily, the first number of which
appeared on September 3 has suspend
ed publication. Beyond stating that
tine suspension was only temporary,
pending a meeting oi the stockholders,
managing editor Dunn declined to mak
any statement. 'The "Sun" was the first
venture of a one cent daily in the morn
ing field on the Pacific coast.
Watcn! Snyder Jewelry Co.
Season is Here
And we are prepared to show a
nice line of Christmas goods, such
Remember we are spedalisto in
this line and your Christmas
money will go farther if you buy
We Sea at Relail
As Well As Wholesale
El Paso Barber Supply
214 Texa3 St.
I home here. He was 75 years old.