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Friday, December 9, 1910. r3
crif ice Millinery
At the Boston Store
EL PASO HERALD
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A Great Sa
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Entire Competition Swept Away
THE BOSTON STORE'S amazing record breaking offers scatter
competition like dead leaves before the gale!! Eesistless price cut
ting on fine millinery that will shake El Paso from center to circum
ference! ! Never before such a Sensational chance to buy high and
medium grade millinery at Prices Lower than the Lowest!
SATURDAY MORNING we start the most sensational millinery sale
of the year; a sale that should attract the attention of every woman
in and near El Paso. There are no reservations, no exceptions; every
Hat in our entire stock from the most inexpensive to the high priced
all are included m this STUPENDOUS SACRIFICE SALE.
Every beautiful style and effect is included, Plumed Hats, Tailored
Hats, Turbans, and in fact, just the style vou want.
Millinery Radically Reduced
Hats that are now marked $5.50,
are yours for $2.95
Hats that are now marked $7.50,
are.yours for $3.95
Hats' that are now marked $10.00,
are yours for $5.95
Hats that are now marked $15.00,
are yours for $7.95
Hats that are now marked $20.00,
are yours for $11.95
Hats that are now marked $25.00,
are yours for . i $14.95
Basement Millinery Specials
Trimmed Hats that are worth Children's Hats worth to
$3.50 for 95c $1.50 for .. 49c
Trimmed Hats. that are worth Children's Hats worth to
$5.00 for $1.95 ' .-$2.50 for ' : 98c
And so on up to the very highest priced creations. We are ready with
an immense corps of salespeople and we assure you that if you attend
early you will be given prompt and careful attention. We are sure 'to
be taxed beyond our capacity later in the day, so we urge your earliest
attention.in order to secure first choice and proper attention.
S I Sale
Black and White French and Willow Plumes
$6.50 plumes for $3.95
$13.50 plumes for $7.95
1 lot fancy ostrich plumes and
wings, worth up to $3.50; choice for
$9.00 plumes for $5.95
$16.50 plumes for $10.95
1 lot colored French plumes
Worth to $8.00 for $3.95
Worth to $12.00, for $4.95
FOR TOMORROW'S SELLING
Tomorrow's 5 O'CLOCK SALE offers many matchless and extreme economies to
the thrifty shopper. Much care has been exercised in selecting these items and
any one of them is a bargain in every sense of the word. Lack of space permits the
mention of only a few of the good values to be had here tomorrow after 5 p. m.,
for a very little money. "
$3.00 Values $1.69
HOME OF LOW PKiCES--
Sale Starts Tomorrow
See Window Display
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Or made of all wool
cloth, lined with
good quality sateen
neatly and taste
The come in at
tractive reds, grays,
blues and Copen
hagen they are
regular $3.00 val
ues : speeir
75c values 39c
Men-, pure silk hose,
with lisle sole; comes
in black. , gray, blue
and tan, they are reg
ular N75c values, spe
(Limit, 2 pr. to a customer)
$1.25 values 98c
Men's sets containing
cue four-in-hand ti
and 1 pr. hose, in all
regular 1.25 -value;
Ladies long Flan
made of good qual
it' heavy flannel
ette, trimmed with
sateen borvjer. yoke
front and MckT"
very full and wide
around the bottom,
confe in very neat
and attractive pat
terns, regular $1.25
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from 5 p.m.
to 9 p. m.
219-222 S. EL' PASO STREET
from 5 p. m.
to 9 p. m.
The famous Victor trade
mark stands for all that is
best in music, and is on
every Victor, Victor-Victrola,
and Victor Record.
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Hear the Victor
today at the nearest
Victor dealer's. He
will gladly play any
Victor music you
want to hear.
The best gift of all
And the best part of it is you can get a
Victor at any price you want to -pay.
$10, $17.50, $25, $32.50, $40, $50, $60, $100 for a Victor. $75, 100,
$150, $200, $250 for a Victor-Vjctrola. Your dealer will arrange terms
Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J.
To get best results, use only Victor Needles on Victor Records.
Man Who Was Going Hunt- j
ing JtLinuced. into a Jb ignt
New York, Dec. 9. "There's a skunlc j
in the restaurant over nere with a jrun;
come ant1 get h.m."
The "skunk" was John C. Warner, a
young engineer of Highwood, Conn.,
and somebody did "get him," for in -ho
riots during the expressmen's strike, j
he was stabbed in the back one night
and died of his wounds three days
later. That night the police arrested
Alfred Mule, 20 years old, on nus
picion of being the murderer.
The testimony accusing him comes
from James F. Mulligan, one of four
prisoners arrested bj- the police charged
with being accessories to the crime.
Mule denies having anj'thing to do
with TTarner's death and accuses Mul
lign of "framing up" the whole yarn.
Mulligan's story, as the police gave
it, is that he and three others wers at
the strikers meeting on the night of
October 31, when the message ibout
the "skunk" came bjr telephone from
An "entertainment committee" was
sent out, lje says, which found "War
ner, mistook him for a strike breaker
he carried a shotgun that ho had
planned to take on a shooting trip the
pext day picked a quarrel with hlrn,
and left him dviner.
Mulligan's story, the police spy, "s
1 that Mule was one of the "comiitrtce"
and that kn his wajr back to the Lull
i he boasted, while washing a bloody
j knife, "I got him twice." "Vyaruer had
four stab wounds in the back.
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W. 6. WALZ COMPANY
PIONEER LIUSIC HOUSE ESTABLISHED 1881
SOUTHWESTERN DISTRIBUTORS AND JOBBERS
iVictor Talking Macnines and Eecords
Edison Phonographs and Records
Coprfc ?pM on asv Favments. Catalogr and Price Lists Furnished on Application
MRS. clArdv pia:xs to
ERECT BUSINESS HOUSES
Mrs. A. D. Clardy will erect a three
story office building on Broadway be
tween San Antonio and Overland streets
as soon as the five and ten year leases
which are being considered by St. Jo
seph, Mo., and Chicago, 111., firms are
signed up. Mrs. Clardy said Friday
morning that she could not state how
soon work would start-
"Tnt? plans were prepared some time
ago," she said, "and "vve are just wait
ing for the leases to be cldsed. The
foundations 'will be large and substan
tial enough for a five story building,
but probably at the start only two or
three stories wiir be finished.
VAUDEVIIE AT MAJESTIC.
.oJ16 fenln- bin of the Majesties
hJreJn vaudev s con!derably
better than the average popular prived
vaudeville. With four acts and moving
Pictures, it lasted for oer an hour and
proed a' real pntprt!ifnm -r
......,.iC augers i
and Marvin, in a comic skit and songs !
p ie on. and Claude KeHv and
Madeline Rowe convulsed the :Judience
with their traiesties and singing, while
Trump, the marvel of the -..
in reality a marvel. as he is a man with
out xeet, yet alks" and swing on a
wire and performs a number of other
seemingly imDOssihlo fpntc ti, ii
closes with Claus and Radcliff, wlio do
""'" er" eccentric dancing while they
sing songs and crack jokes. The pr.Ices
of ten and twentj'-five cents will' re
main in force, manager Rich says.
AT THE HAPPY HOUR.
"The College Boy," the new bill at
tne Happy Hour by the Raymond Teal
company, is full of ginger, songs and
action. There are a number of delight
ful chorus numbers and the audience
seemed to more than enjoy the produc
tion last evening, judging from the al
most continuous applause and daughter.
The play is in two acts with plentv of
specialties, and the Teal chorus always
dresses, dances and sings well. Man
ager Fogg has many who agree with
him when ne says the show is worth
more than the money changed for it.
COAL TRUST FIGHT
TTiris on One Small Point,
But Loses on Other Im
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 9. The United
States circuit court forth eastern
district of Pennsylvania decided tha't
there is no general conspiracy among
the anthracite, coal carrying roads or
coal companies Ho restrain commerce, to
monopolize the trade or to maintain
certain prices, but it did decide that
the Temple Iron company is a com
bination of antracite 90a! carrying rail
roads in violation of the Sherman
The court granted the prayer of the
government for an injunction restrain-,
ing that corporation from continuing
violations of the act. The sum and
rubstarce is that the government wins
f-lv ore of several points. th"" in the 1
Temple Iron company case, and that
ti e deferdarits -will not be compelled
to change the present prices of coal. f
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You can buy
a heavier cigar
FAMOUS IN A DAY
FOR THE BEAUTY OF
HER HANDS AND ARMS
I than La Prefer- rr
m encia, but you can't find j
I one that has a richer Ha- I
I vana aroma or one that K
ijj will give you a more de- j
j Hghtfully mild smoke. m f c
II PLATTER TOBACCO CO., Distributors, f I ( I
1 uauas ana csan-Antonio. imi
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"THE 31 AV OP THE HOUR."
The company in riie Man of the
Hous" this year is unusually strong.
ciuuim-iiig !ui:n people ot btage dis
tinction as Hariy nglish, John Moore. !
.iuhii .uorns, warren Conlan, Edward
Keane. Clyde F. McCabe. Franklin
George, Frank Kendrh'k. E. H. Felt,
Geo. A. Cameron and Myrtle CoJgrovc,'
Tlorence Mack and Virginia Irwin. The
women have won particular commenda
tion for effective gowns and fine ap
pearance. The company appears at the
El Paso theater Sunday and Mondav,
December 11 and 12, with a popular
priced matinee Sunday. The prices at
night for the lower floor wm be $1.50
and $1.00; balcony, $1.00. The matinee
prices on the lower floor are $1.00; bal
conj' 75c and 50c. Seats are now selling.
JUDGE CAMPBELL TO HE VR
MILLION DOLLAR MINE SUIT.
Tombstone, Ariz . Dec. 9. Judge John
Campbell of Tucson will come here
next week to preside in the million
dollar mining suit of John Gleeson. vs.
Martin Costello. and iiidcre Dn.in will
! go to Tucson to preside in the district 1
One of the largest midweek houses
of the season witnessed the new pro
duction at the Crawford last night and
pronounced it one of the best of the
Crawford season. The same bill will
run the lest of the week with matinee
TRY HERALD CLASSIF9ED ADS.
"When you have a rold get a bottle of j
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will '
soon fix you up all right and will ward
off any tendency toward pneumonia.
j This remedy contains no opium or other
narcotic and may be given as '.onfi-
dently to a baby as to an ad.L.1.. Sold
1 by all deale
MAXY E1ES DEFECTIVE.
Santa Fe, X. M., Dec. 9. Ten out of
50 pupils of the local schools were
found to have defective eyesight, ac
cording to a report made by Dr J A.
Thanks to our many friends who wer.e
kind to us in our sad bereavement.
Mrs. E. J. Aguero.
Miss Lizzie Abbott.
Mrs. XIx and Familv
A Free Prescription That Does Its
"Work Oi er XlRht You Can Pre
. pare It at Your Own Home.
"It's my own discovery, and it takes J
just one night to get such marvelous ;
lesults," answers Miss Grace Benson, j
when her friends ask her about the
marvelous change in appearance of '
her hands and arms. ,"You can do !
the same thing if you will take my j
advice." she says. T feel it my duty
to tell every woman what this won
derful prescription did for me. Just
thinks of it, it did all this in a night!
It affords me a world of pleasure to
tell anyone else just how such re
markable results were brought about.
I give you, absolutely free, the iden
tical prescription which nas removed
every defect from my hands and arms.
You can form no idea of the marvel
ous change it will make In just one
application. The prescription, which
can be prepared at your own home, is
as follows: Go to any drug store and
buy an empty two ounce bottle and
also a one-ounce bottle of Kulux Com
pound. Poul the entire bottle of Ku
lux Into the two-ounce bottle, add
quarter ounce of witch hazel and fill
with water. Mix this at home, then
you know that it is the genuine ar
ticle. Apply night and morning.
Tne first application will astonish you.
It makes the skin transparent, re
moves all dlscolorations such as tan,
sun spots, freckles and coarse pores,
roughness and wrinkles, and In fact
every- blemish the hands and arms are
heir to. It also produces a marvelous
effect on the neck and shoulders. If
the neck is discolored from being ex
posed to the sun or from wearing high
collars, this prescription will immedi
ately relieve that condition. Xo mat
ter how rough and ungainly the hands
and arms, or what abuses tney have
had through hard work and exposure
to sun and wind, this prescription will
work a wonderful transformation in 12
hours at the most. Thousands of women
are using this prescription with just
the same results that I have had."
fC9 OILBUBNIHQ tH
& I LOCOMOTIVES 1 I m
Portland and Seattle
FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO
CARRYING- UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
For tickets and sleeping car accommodations, call at
City Ticket Office-St. Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, 6. A.
J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS