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EL PASO HERALD
12 Friday, December 9, 1910.
Hill! Hill!! i lllill i r i - i ' llllll
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All Kinds of New
Things to Eat
All the best tilings of the season for every meal.
Our Source of Supply was never so great, or the
good things you get here so varied. Of course,
there is no question about the quality. "Watson's
Groceries are famous for quality.
This corn is cooked by the new Automatic process,
during which the cans turn continuously, bringing
the corn to the heat instead of the heat to the corn.
This means that every grain is cooked the same,
which is not the case with the ordinary process be
cause the corn nearest the tin is cooked too much
when that in the center is done. The contents of
every can are exactly the same white, perfect,
and delightfully flavored.
15c can; $1.50 per dozen.
Bring the children tomorrow to
see Santahe has another pleas
ant surprise in store for them.
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It -would take this whole page and more to tell you about
the Toys we have. We want you to come tomorrow, not
only to t,ee the Toys, but see what they can do. Come- to
morrow bring the children, and see the Calfeher Annex
alive with Toys doing all kinds of stunts.
EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA!
$2.00 COLLAPSIBLE GO-CARTS $1.00
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 7 TO 9 P. M.
All steel frame go-carts, back and seat and
foot rest of leatherette; a $2.00 (J AA
value; Saturday night, each P A mJJ
NO PHONE ORDERS.
EXTRA Mechanical Train, consisting of en
gine, tender, and 3 coaches and track yjjO
complete. Saturday Special wC
BLACK BOARDS Large combination black
board and desk with complete set of illus
trations for children to copy. 2Q
Saturday special O 2 C
BOATS Real miniature "Man of War'' Boats,
22 inches long.
SATURDAY SALE OF
These are for children. 2
years to 12 years. These
hats are trimmed with silk
and satin ribbon; small,
large, and medium sized
shapes; light and dark col
ors. These hats sold up to
?1.50; Saturday special,
At SO cents Each
A hundred different styles to choose from. Dressed
dolls of all descriptions. Boy dolls and girl dolls;
some of them compare well with $1.00 dolls, jf f
Saturday Special OUC
FOR ALL DAY SATURDAY AT 50c EACH.
Full Jointed Undressed Dolls, with real hair wigs,
middle and side part, also "Gretchen" style of hair
dress. Thev have shoes and stockings. Light blue
and brown movable eves, and eyeliishes. Blondes,
brunettes and natural. Dolls worth to 90c:
r 1 )l v
35c Hose Special
Women's cotton hose, medium and light
i eight in embroidered lace and plain
styles, also woolen and fleeced lined;
worth up to 35c; OO
Saturday Special, pair "Ww
85c Lisle Hose;
Saturday Special 59c
Women's gauze lsle embroidered hose in
new fancy designs, all colors; a special
$1.00 Double Chiffon
Veiling, 69c Yard
Double width chiffon veiling, 44 inches,
in black, white, champagne, light "blue,
pink, brown, navy, cardinal and grey;
regular $1.00 quality, Q
Saturday, yard 0C
25c and 35c Ribbons,
All silk plain ribbons, taffeta, satin,
moire, and messaline ribbons, all shades.
4 to 7 inches wide; regular price 25c
and 35c yard. f
Saturday Special, yard IOC
At 25c Yard
59 C Belt Specials for Saturday
Women's colored and black suede belts,
with pearl buckles; a regular Toe value;
as an extra special j r
Sat&rday, each OvfC
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Good Auto.
1054 Made, Repaired ana Exchanged. 196s
We store goods. Opp. Postcifice, across Plazs
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Kev and Lock TVorlc Guns. Pistols, Um brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve:
land Bfcycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New xorlc. 999
Miles. In 35 hours
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S North Stanion Street. Phone Bell 139.
This, an extra value, will be on sale
Saturday. AVe offer a large variety of
silk tissue suitable for scarfs and party
dresses in pink, light blue, lavender,
maize, also black, brown, red, grey and
greens; plain and fancy brocaded pat
terns; regular values 39c to Qg
50c; Saturday Special, yard wC
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
BURTOIf-LmGO CO., FIRST & KAK sas sts..
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying set our prices. We can save you money. We are manufac
EL PASO TEXT ANE ATVXDTG COMPANY,
A. . 2 YAH fc CO.
312 S. El Paso St.
i S TS
212 SAN ANTONIO ST,
OPEJT ALL WIGHT.
CARR DRUG CO.
902 TK&s St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
HACK and BAGGAGE
Win be mp right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prises.
11 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men. . Bell 1 Anto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOiCS TRANSFML AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A UTTIjE 3IOXEY goes a long ways here.
H. I. STEWART FURXITTJRE CO.
Elt-312 Sontk Staatom. Bell 632; Anto. 2100
AGENTS FOR THE EAST RUNNING WHITE SEWING 3IA CHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES wholesale
Mai Orders Given Promgt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Orerlanfl St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
Saturday Evening Special
Persian Waists and
7 to 9 p. m. 2 Hours Only
We will sell five dozen, fine mer
cerized satine waists and petti
coats, bright colored Persian pat
terns, assorted color combinations.
The nvaists have Gibson plaits over
shoulders, and Marie Antoinette
ruffle edged with plain color, on
front. The petticoats have deep
flounce, plaited and tucked and
foot ruffle. 2 hours onlv, fo
Women's Jersey Ribbed Cotton '"Forest
Mills" union suits.' high neclc, long
slee es and ankle length. These are fac
tory mended or would nev;er be priced
less than $1.50; QQ
Saturday special, each tOC
Women's Vests and Pants
SATURDAY SPECIAL 50c
Women's cotton vests and pants, the
new Supreme brand vests and pants, soft,
non-shrinking garments, worth ordin-"
arily up to 75c ; rn
Saturday's price, each OvC
Yelour Pillow Covers 50c
Fancy velour pillow covers in xeds,
green, and brown, full size; regular 75c
cover; Special, Cf
Table Linen Remnants
About 100 short lengths of fine table
damask, 1 1-2 to 3 yards long, 6S inches
and 2 yards wide: full bleached and
unbleached, at a decided price reduction.
Sanital Tooth Brush
es; regular 25 cent
50c size Sandow
black Rubber Qombs,
good and heavy.
Soap: the regular
10c bars two for
$1.00 size full weight
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. 0ncorFst3
Pretty Christmas post
cards, 50 styles to choose
from; the same kind you
ordinarilr par 2 l-2c for,
SPECIAL 1c EACH
(On sale in the Annex)
SATURDAY IS PETTICOAT DAY
Silk Petticoats $2.95
Forty black soft finish taffeta silk and
plain colored messaline petticoats, cut
generously full and with deep tucked
flounce and under ruffle. These are on
sale at $2.95, Saturday only.
VALUES TO $1.50
These black mercerized satine, percaline
and nearsirk petticoats with deep pleat
ed or embroidered flounce and foot
ruffle; extra special 90c
White Tailored Waists 95c
Saturday there will be a sale of white
tailored waists, made of fine white
linette, fronts of solid embroidery and
cluster of tucks, back also tucked.
White linen collar and cuffs. You will
say they are actually worth double the
price; Saturday, 95c
Long Silk Kimonos
For Xmas Gifts, $3.85
VALUES TO $6.75
Full length Kimonos of india silk in
plain light or dark colors. Large con
ventional and floral designs, gathered
shoulders and at waist, and ribbon trim
Coats , at $8. 95
Full Length "General Utility" Coats, for
girls from 13 to IS, also suitable for
small women. These coats are made of
novelty mixtures, striped tweeds, plaid
homespuns and tan herringbone covert
cloth- Serviceable, attractive coats; val
ues to $14.50; extra special, 8.95.
For Girls From 2 to 8
For little girls from 2 to 8 years of age
we sbow a wide variety of coats. Made
of velvet, kersey, thibet cloth, cheviots,
caracul and other favorite fabric. Color
range embraces cadet and navy blue, red,
brown, tan, black, rose and other be
coming shades for little girls. Values to
7.50. Extra special, Saturday, 4.95.
Cirl's Tailored Suits $14.50
We have a -very pretty assortment of
girls' tailored suits at 14.50. Chic little
suits of serge, cheviot, herringbone,
worsteds, etc. Coats -are semi or 3-4
fitted; neatly tailored with straps and
piping, and satin lined. Skirts are tunic
and modified "hobble" effects. Colors,
navy, brown, reseda, grey and stripes.
Ages 13 to 18 vears. Extra special,
Girls' Wash Dresses $1.89
VALUES TO $2.95
Girls' winter wash dresses of galatea
cloth in plain colors and stripes and
Scotch plaid gingham 'prettily piped
with plain material. Full pleated
skirts. These dresses button all the
way down the back: they iron easier.
1.89 ; ages 4 to 14 years.
, Sale of Skirts$5.00
MOSTLY $7.50 VALUES.
These are skirts of new design tunic,
modified hobble, and pleated and gored
circular. Of pure, wool pamana cloth in
black, navy and brown, and black serge.
Xicely tailored and graceful hanging;
regular sizes and extra size waists;
H Bi fl tWI k? 'BSWPff '
jCaluiur Dry Goods Co. On-.j-
In the Infants' Dept.
25c Infants' Worsted Bootees, 15c
35c black or red Leggings .-.25c
65c white drawer Leggings 48c
65c knit worsted Toques 48c
35c red or navy Toques. .... .,25c
35c crocheted zephyr Sacques, 25c
$2.75 infants' sets, long" dress -and
skirt, dainty lace and embroidery
G5c infanta' slips, embroidery trim
med neck and sleeves 48c
$2.50 child's short dresses, of
pique and madras, straight front:
belt at 'waist. 1 to 3 yrs $1.90
3.75 child's white Bear Skin
408 South Santa Pe St.
Bell Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1405.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
S09 S. El Pau St.
Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware.
Vr-ds Saddles Harness. Cutlery Tents O'A Paint. Btc-
These Phenomenal Prices on
Benjamin Suits and Overcoats
, Still Continue
Although1 scores of men hare purchased suits and over
coats since the opening of this sale, there is still a wide
range for selection. Bemernber, we continue this sale
until our stock is reduced to what it should be at this
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats
at ....... $30.75
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
32.50 Suits and Overcoats
30.00 Suits and Overcoats
28.50 Suits and Overcoats
27.50 Suits and Overcoats
25.00 Suits and Overcoats
22.50 Suits and Overcoats
20.00 Suits and Overcoats
18.50 Suits and Overcoats
at - $14.75
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $11.75
LOOKED EASY, BUT
SAME COST HIM $50
Bankhead Says He TTas Vic
timized in Juarez Two
N. B. Bankhead, a sheepman hailing
from "U'inslow, Ariz., isout $50 and S.
H. Morgan and Charles "Weaver, a ne
gro, are held at the police station on a
charge of iagranev.
Banknend, shortly after arriving in
Kl Pao, went over to Juarez to attend
me nesta, ne says. w hue walking
along calle Commercia, he saj's he saw
Morgan pick up a very small padlock,
and it attracted his attention. "While
Morgan ias "experimenting" with the
lock, it was found that by pressing a
rivet in the center of the kej'hole, the
lock would open.
"Weaver was given the lock but was
seemingly unable to open it. Morgan
Is then alleged 'to have offered to wager
that Bankhead could open the lock
witnout a key in 10 seconds, but Bank
head himself put up S50 to cover the
Morgan pulled a watch to time the
contest and it is said another lock that
Is similar in appearance but which it
I is impossible to open, was substituted.
Bankhead lost his 5"0 and the ap
pearance of a policeman had the effect,
jt it: is said, of causing ar to make a
;S$jfere-5they were identified bv Bank-'
tfjjW&.1Fh!e two locks were fouml where
JTgrga, ate -breakfasr. it is said.
' !&rd.oin'-s home dressed s'prlngs.
"Kot Clam Bouillon with salt spra.vs
"Kllte Confectionery Co,
FOEMEE EL PASOAN
AN INDIANA JUDGE
The Gary. Ind.. Kvening Post tells oZ
the appolntnjent of Emmett X. Whie a
city judge of that place. The paper
says he is "one of the most prominent
young v Democratic attorneys of Gary
county. The young mm was formirlr
storekeeper at the pi Paso shelter, lie
is a brother of Carter Whie, of tnij
Ardoin's home dressed sprinj
" ; IUII'
BISHOP MAKES EL
Bishop J. Mills Kendrick, of th? mis
sionary district of New Mexico and west
Teas for the Protestant Episcopal
church, has decided to make El Paso
i ni; official neadquartera and his of
fice will be in the parish house of St.
Clement's churcri It was exneotrl for
I a time that the bishop would make his
headquarters at Santa Fe, but El Paso
has been selected instead.
Try Herald Want Ads. Try Herald Want Ads.
Uncalled for tailorniade suits
pants at Pearson's, 110 Texas
We have plenty of it and -will take
pleasure in putting it in.
Tuttle Paint , Glass Co.
BELL PHONE 206; AUTO PHONE 1206.
SS. Want a job
We have more calls for office helD than we can
supply. Your hands earn from 50 cents to S1.50 a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to $20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify oj for the S5 to $20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DRAUGHON'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
11 Paeo. Texas, 107 South 1 Paw St. Puonc USi.
EL PASO THEATRE
Prices Lower Floor, $1.50 and $1.00;
Balcony, $1.00. Matinee, Lower Floor,
$1.00; Balcony, 75c, 50c.
Sunday and Monday, Dec. 11 and 12.
"The Man of the Hour"
By George Broadhurst. The Play That
Has Made All America Talk.
GLASS STOCK CO.
Sporting Goods. Guns, Ammuni
tion, Saddlery, Cutlery, Golf Goods,
Carving Sets, Skates, Parlor Games,
Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc.
See us before buvinff.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO. J
THE LITTLE MINISTER
A Play Never To Be Forgotten.
25 and 35 cents.
6 Big Vaudeville Acts
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
Prices, 10 and 25c