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HERALD
Wednesday Dec. 14, 1910. 11
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t7i? y4 M) CLEARING SALE is the biggest money saving proposition -1 8
- of fAe season. Right now at Christmas when you must make your money I 8 f
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estions
Nothing compares with jewelry for gift purposes on account of its perma
nency and lasting value. Not only is it ornamental, but as a rule nearly
every piece of jewelry is made for some practical use. To buy jewelry -for
gift purposes does not necessarily mean that you spend a large sum. You'll
be surprised at the many suitable and inexpensive things to be found at this
store. A glance over the following lists may give you some helpful suggestions
W
go the farthest we give you the chanced Vhether you need something for
yourself or a gift for a friend the best seteclions and most attractive prices are
brought out by our Year End Clearing Sale. Look over these reductions -then
come and see, the values we back them up with.
WHAt YCTJ CAN GET FOR
25c TO $1.00
Solid Silver Thimbles
Solid Silver Pencils
Solid Silver Tea Bells
Solid Silver Hat Pins
Solid Silver Picture Frames
Solid Silver Salve Jars
Solid Silver Key Rings
-Solid Gold Children's Rings
Solid Silver Manicure Pieces
Solid Silver Odd Tea Spoons
Solid Silver Link Buttons
Gold Filled Link Buttons
Gold Filled Brooches
Gold Filled Cuff Pins
WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR
$1.00 TO $2.50
Solid Silver Pocket Knives
Fountain Pens
Solid Gold Finger Rings
Solid Gold Scarf Pins
Solid Gold Brooch
Sold Gold Pair Cuff Pins t -
Solid Gold Tie Clasp
Solid Gold Collar Buttons
Solid Gold Studs
Novelty Hat Pins
Brass Jewel Box
Leather Bill Fold
Cut Glass Nappies
Odd Silver Pieces
WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR
$2.50 TO $5.00
Solid Silver Manicure Set
Solid Silver Comb and Brush Set
Traveling Roll
Gillette Razor Sets
Jeweled Gold. Brooch
Jeweled Gold Scarf Pin
Solid Gold Cuff Links
Emblem Jewelry
Solid Silver Puff Box
Solid Silver Cloth Brush
Solid Gold Cigar Cutter
Mesh Bag
Novelty Necklaces
Silver Mounted. Umbrella
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5.00 UPWARDS
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Year ' End Clear ins S
Overcoats
$16.50 Overcoats r . . .$ 9.65
18.00 Overcoats 10.85
25.00 Overcoats 17.90
27.50 Overcoats . .i..v. .;.. 19.85
30.00 Overcoats ... -21.90
35.00 Overcoats 27.85
Suits
$15.00 Suits '. 5 7.50 ,
20.00 Sluts- ,. . A . 9.85
22.50 Suits -. . . 10.65
25.00 Suits . 17.90
30.00 Suits ,. 21.90
50.G0 Suits i 29.85
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AN ftGTIVE CAMPftiSN TO DEFEfiJ (
3-Piece Toilet Sets
Handsome Hand Bags
Solid Silver Dozen Work x
Solid Silver Military Brushes"
Solid Silver Table Ware
Solid Silver Cigarette Case
Solid Silver Card Case
Solid Silver Mesh Bags
Solid Silver Hollow Ware
Traveling Rolls
Gillette Razor Sets
La Marie. Opera Glasses
Thermos Bottles
Percolators
5-Piece Tea Sets
Waiters
Handsome Serving Sets
Libby Cut Glass
Mounted Fountain Pens
Solid Gold Pocket Knives ,
Solid Gold Bracelets
Solid Gold Link Buttons
Solid Gold La Vallieres ,
Solid Gold Pendants V
Jeweled Brooches
Solid Gold Eelt Pins
Solid Gold Vanity Box
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"The Gift House of the Southwest"
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"Republicans Do Kot "Want
to Let It &et Up to Wash
ington for Disproval
Would Wash Dirty Linen
at Home.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec -14. With the call
for the election to Ste on the constitu
tion of Arizona, issued by acting gov
ernor George U. Young, begins one of
the strangest battles the Republican
party in Arizona has ever waged. That
the constitution is unpopular is the
consensus of opinion of a majority of
leading men of the party throughout
the territory. They say that the nul
cal stand taken by the Democratic ma
jority in the convention with regard :o
the various socalled "isms" which ire
socialistic in their tendencies are cer
tain to cause the people to overtn-ow
tho constitution at the polls.
For years the Republican party in Ari
zona has "been struggling for statehood.
For years a Democratic candidate was
returned as delegate to congress and
nothing was obtained. Finally the
present occupant of that office, Ralph
Cameron, appeared in the political are
na and guaranteed statehood for the
people or political retirement immedi
ately and forever for himself. He -was
sleeted and he brought home the bacon.
Wkat Xhe Voters Did.
In view of this proof of its power,
the Republican party, through its lead
ers, thought that the people would
stand by it in the stress of the batle
for delegates to he consitutional con
venion. The people had been electing
a Democrat for almost two decades
without an interruption and when they
elected a Republican to congress they
secured a statehood bill during his
first year and then, to the amazement
of the entire nation, turned to the old
party that had so often promised in
vain to secure statehood adn elected a
majority of Democratic candidates to
the convention.
These men carried into effect the
most socialistic of all socialistic doc
trines by tearing down the one bul
wark of liberty the people possess, the
power of the judiciary to dispense even
handed justice with C3res blinded to the
passions of the moment and ears open
enly for the truth of the causes pre
sented. It is this feature alone which is re
sponsible for the present Republican
attituude In Arizona confipmiTitr frst-
hood and the constitution, and it will, j
say the leaders, be sufficient to over- '
turn the work of the constitutional;
convention at the polls. Failing that,
presicent xatt has practically said that
he will refuse to grant statehood upon
the terms submitted.
It is this last fact hat has aroused
he Republican uartv of thp turrit n.i.
Its greatest efors; he desire o prevent1,
ocunxs ii uuu&LiLution to ashington
to have it turned down in the eyes of
me wona, ana advertise to the world,
by implication, that Arizona cannot
construct a constitution which is Amer
ican in its principles and which is fit
to give to the state her proper place in
the councils of the nation.
The Republican Reasons.
It is for these reasons that the Re
publican party, according to the lead
ers, will make a determined fight in
Arizona to kill the constitution at the
polls and otherwise wash Arizona's
dirty linen at home. Once killed, it Is
believed the convention would draft one
far less radical next time.
Thus as presented the spectacle of the
solid Republican party, within lss than
a year after its successful efforts to
acquire statehood, seeking to kill the
child of Its nursing in the hope that
good may come and that Arizona may
yet etake her place within the alaxy
of stars that grace the flag.
There is that within the constitution
which, say the men who made a consti
tutional convention possible, will for
ever prevent the admission of the state
Into the union. It is, therefore, up to
these people to make a right about face
and try to undo what the socialists
have done.
"Were it not for the fact that the par
ty leaders m Arizona deem the situa
tion dangerous, they would make no
fight against the acceptance by the
people o fthe constitution as written.
There is within it ample provision for
taking out of it anything that the peo
ple may decide later to dispense with,
but this is not entirely sufficient. "Were
it so, the constitution could be accept
ed and then the facors -which go to
make up its radicalism could be voted
out of it quickly enough, but there is
constantly before the eves of patriotic
Anzomans those words of Taft and
they fear with a fear which amounts to
knowledge, that they will never get thr
chance to vcte out the bad things anC
keep he good, because the president
and congress will turn daw the whole
thing as oarf
Sanl. ir itcpul I1i-j.:..
Therefore, wni all the acts are
known, the change of front on the part
of the Republican oarty in regard i-j
statehood is not so surprising. Thy
Republicans would prefer to remain
under the territorial form of govern
ment than to be admitted to statehood
under such a constitution as has iust
been drawn. But, according-to the en
abling act, if the constitution is turned
down, the convention will ha o to ne t
again and frame a new oi", and mai.y
dplfisrri t V3 plrton nn Tlorimi. . t-.t i
to the recall and other visionary leg's- I
lation, have ea.:d that they wouiu not
vote that way again. They w 11 "con
sider that they have fulfilled their
pledges in putting these measures Into
the constitution the first time and they
will also consider the rejection of their
efforts as disapproval of their -orK,
hence may be expected to join the Re
publican members of th? convention in
the preparation of a sane document.
MABATHON WELL IS
DOWN SIXTY FSET
Marathon, Texas, Dec. 14. The
Marathon Oil company's well has start
ed and is now a 14 inch hole, 65 feet
deep, and is steadily going down.
The machine works with smoothness.
having every attachment for handling i
tbe heavy drill, which, with its 14 Inch i
point, weighs one and one-half tons;
there is no tower, as used in ordinary
oil wells, but a mast 60 feet high with
a double set of steel cable guys is used.
The boiler is some distance from the
well, to avoid accident in case the drill
strikes a pocket of gas.
The well is on a flat-topped ridge,
about half a mile southeast of the
Scnbner well. Some temporary
buildings have been set up. Richey
and his two assistants, George Hargus
and Allie Davis, have done about all
the work so far, and J. A. Hargus is
superintending everything.
GIRL, WHITE SLAVE IX
MEXICO IS RESCUED.
San Diego, Cal., Dec 14. "Waiving the
official red tape incidental to extradi
tion cases, lieutenant governor Vega,
of Lower California, brought in person
to San Diego Tuesday Josie Seigel, a
loyearold Los Angeles girl, who had
been lured across the Mexican boun
dary by a "white slaver."
The girl, who had been given liberty
on probation by the juvenile court of
Los Angeles, was enticed from that city
to Tia Juana- Lower California, and
sold into custdy of a Mexican, who
took her to Tecarte. "When her where
abouts was learned and the facts were
presented to lieutenant governor Vega,
he went to Tecarte, affected the girl's
release and started with her for San
Diego.
DAVIDSON FiLyOBS i;
,fiBf 602T5TITTJTIOK
Christmas Tree and Toys in
Store Window Burn
at Tueiuneari.
Tucumcari, X. M., Dec 14. C. C. Da
vidson, one-of the delegates elected by
the Democrats of this county to the
constitutional convention, and well
known in this city as an attorney, has
come out strongly for the ratification
of the constitution at the polls on
January 21. Mr, Davidson Is known
as a staunch Democrat.
A mass meeting for the considera
Hnn nf fVio ronstitution is called by the
Democrats for "Wednesday, but It is
confidentially expected that no con
certed action will be taken against the
constitution.
Fire at 3:15 Tuesday afternoon de
stroyed a Christmas tree in the win
dow of the Emporium, owned by A.
Faulkenberg. breaking two plate glass
windows and desroying a great many
fancy Christmas goods. The loss will
exceed $100. How the tree caught Is
not known.
Tucumcari is shivering from a cold
spell, but there has been no precipi
tation, although the sky has been
threatening. The farmers are ceasing
to expect rainfall for the cultivation
and are turning their attention to ir
rigation in-order to be assured of crops.
Tuosday's session of the district
court was taken up in examining
veniremen for the jury to try the case
of Irene Kent, charged with the mur
der of her husband last summer. The
entire venire was exhausted and a new
one was ordered summoned. Irene
Kent was an inmate of one of the red
light resorts in this city, and it is
charged shot and killed Asher Kent,
supposed to be her husband, after the
return from a day's outing at Blue
"Water park, three" miles west of Tu
cumcari. Self defense it is claimed will
be given as her defense. The case cre
ated a great deal of excitement at the
time.
The cement foundation is about com
pleted for the new Rector office build
ing on east Main street. The exca
vation for the boilers in the rear of
the building is finished, and the stone
work will be started in a couplo of
days.
CHHISTMAS MONEY
G-iyEN TO SOLDIERS
Besult of Two Courtmartials
Announced Prisoners
Transferred.
Fort Bliss, Tex., Dec. 14. Capt. K.
"W. Walker, paymaster of the depart
ment of Texas,, arrived here Tuesday
and the men were paid off. Capt.
"Walker returned to San Antonio Tues
day evening.
Orders have been received from the
department to transfer Charles Bren
nan, Eugene H. Grasselli, Robert J.
McSwiney and Riley S. Odom to the
military prison at Alcatraz island,. Cal.
Private Elbert B. McCoy of. the 159th
company, coast artillery corps, was
convicted on a charge of being absent
without leave at a courtmartial held
at this post on September 13 and was
ordered discharged from the service,
to forfeit all pay and to be confined at
hard labor for six months. The sen
tence will be executed at Fcfrt Bliss.
Robert J. McSwiney of the detach
ment of engineers, was convicted on a
charge of desertion. His punishment
has been approved as discharge from
the serviqe and confinement in the fed
eral military prison for two years.
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Christiiias
ggestions
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Razors (r"aranteed) . $2.00 to $3.50
Razor Strops $1.00 to $4.50
Convb & Enish Sets . $3.00 to $6.00
Manicure Sets $2.00 to $5.00
Pets of Sheaxs in many different 3 jjj
stvlcs, thiee in a case .$2.50 to $7.00
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And Many Other Appropriate Gift
Things for Either Lady or
Gentleman, at
THE EL PASO
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COMPANY
214 TEXAS ST. I
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TKe China Palace
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A. STOLAROFR
112 SAN ANTONIO ST
We offer at extremely low prices a fine
selection of
HIGH GRADE CUT GLASS
Very tasty and attractive Hand Painted China.
Berry and Chocolate Sets
Odd Plates and Saucers
Special Prices on ChinavDinner Sets
We also hove a large variety of Toilet and
Manicuring Sets, High Grade Dolls
and an Extensive Assortment of
SUBSTANTIAL TOYS
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Christmas Remembrance
Remember your children in a "wise and substantial way
for Christmas. '
One of our Certificates of Deposit or a Savings Aocouat
will make a very acceptable gift one which will increase
from year to year.
4 Percent Interest Paid
On Certificates of Deposit and Savings
Accounts.
Capital and Surplus $240,000.00.
Xow being increased to $360,000.00.
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There is little danger from a com or
from an attack of tne grip, except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cures of colds and
grip and can be relied upon with im
plicit confidence. For sale by al!
dealers'.
ASK YQUE GROCER
FOR
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
Vegetable Lard,
Manufactured by
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Tesas.
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E!PasoPasfeurIfisfi-Ue-
U Far Preventive eatej1
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Cut Price Grocery
.VXD MEAT MARKET.
Ilest Frcsli Meats and Faacy
Groceries.
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Until Phones 1571.
Custom Assay t0ff ice
CRITCIIETT A FERGUSON.
Assayers, Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
210 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
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