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Bargains in black
The present cold weather, also
the early approach of Christmas,
makes the purchase of a caracul
coat most timely, whether you
intend it for personal wear or as
a gift to someone. The two
specials below are the best val
ues in caracul caats ever given
in El Paso.
$25.00 Coats $17.85
Full length black caracul coats, guaranteed
satin lined, a regular $25.00 coat; offered the
balance of the (j g 9 OF
week at P A .OD
$32.50 Coats $24.85
Pull length black caracul coats representing
the highest type of this class of coat, fade
of finest quality silky caracul and lined
throughout with guaranteed satin. All the
new styles in collars are shown, turnback
cuffs, and big buttons. A regular $32.50 coat;
offered the balance of the (?0f OC
week at .- PTT.OO
Suits Worth to $34.50 at $16.85
Made in cheviote, fine French, suitings and mixtures.,
Goats are lined with guaranteed silk Berge, satin or
nressaline. Every suit style of ihe season is included
both 4he plainly tailored models and the more elaborate
braided, velvet or Persian trimmed suits. Black, navy
blue, grays, tans, browns, greens and other colors are
shown. Suits worth up to $34.50 1J Q C
one fjrice tMs freek tj) JL 000
Dresses Worth $23. SO to $25.00
These are dresses for street, afternoon and informal
evening affairs. iMade of broadcloths, serges, cashmeres,
voiles, silks and chiffons. Long and short sleeved styles,
high and low neck, are shown, many have rich lace
yoke and sleeves, many are heavily braided and button
trimmed. Dresses worth from 23.50 d1 A OC
to 25; this week, we give you choice at P 1 X00
Furs are the gift that is
smost appreciated by a wo
man, young girl or child
We are showing a wide
range of furs from he
pretty, inexpensive cooney
to the beautiful 'Iceland fox.
The white and gray furs
come in made-up sets but
the others are shown in the
individual pieces and you
make a set to suit yourself.
Attractive prices prevail
throughout the Fur Section.
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We are discontinuing Chil
dren's Goods and want to
close out our stock of chil
dren's fur sets as quickly as
possible. You should cer
tainly buy children's furs
now, we are quoting really
remarkable price reductions.
Look over the display to
morrow you must not
overlook this opportunity to
give the little girl the fur
set she has set her heart
i Holiday Handkerchiefs
We never grow tired of telling you of the unusual
values to be secured here in Holiday Handkerchiefs.
Every imaginable kind of handkerchief, for every
imaginable gift purpose, is io be found here in a little
better quality and a little lower price than elsewhere.
For the balance of the week we note
One Extra Special in
These are guaranteed pure linen, hand embroidered, and
a regular 25c handkerchief. Come 6 in a box, 2 styles
in each box. On sale the balance of the week, per
JSilk Hose as a Christmas- gift has long held favor
Many big values are now offered in this section, but
for the balance of the week we note
One Extra Special
These axe guaranteed pure silk hose, in black, white,
brown, blue, reseda and nearly every shade that .hose
come in. Some are all silk, others have lisle foot and
garter top Extra Special, the balance of the week,
NOTE All silk hosiery will be put in Christmas boxes.
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Any Woman Will Go Into Ecstasies
Over a Gift Bought at,
Bought at Block9 s
You will be surprised at the great number of Gift Selec
tions you will find here. While a handsome hat will
give greatest pleasure we also mention as acceptable
gifts Plumes, Scarfs,. Veils and Hat Pins. To facilitate
Christmas shopping we are now offering our entire I
stock at the lowest prices" to be found in El Paso.
$6.95 Hat at $1.95
50 Hats sold Monday just 50 remain to be sold tomorrow. This is beyond
question the greatest bargain ever given in medium priced millinery. These
hats will hardly ast longer than tomorrow, so come and
get a 6.9o ilat for only
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' 'mILUWERY OF THE HOUR (
LA UNION LANDS
SOLD BY BAILEY
Wilkins Buys the Crawford
Baneh for $15,000; Por-
cher Buys for $8500.
La Union, N. M., Bee'. 14. Kealty is
again active in the La Union district.
H. H. Bailey has sold the L. iL Craw
ford ranch containing 170 acres to W. C.
Wilkins, of El Paso for $15,000. Pumps
will be installed at once and the entiie
tract put in cultivation.
Julius Porcher. iwho recently sold his
ranch down the valley, has bought 100
acres from Pi H. and' H H. Bailey for
$8500 and will also improve the tract.
J. T. Steele, of Washington state, has
bought 12 acres from P. H. and H. H.
Bailey for $1500, the best price yet paid
for La Union district property. He will
put in a pumping plant and will set out
a typical Washington apple orchard.
Judge T. W. Parker, of Las Cruces,
has also bought 160 acres adjoining his
ranch in this district.
GET OPTION FOR -
A HOTEL SITE
Persons interested in the erection of a
hotel have secured an option from Gen.
J. L. Bullis on the building now occu
pied by the Guarantee Shoe company on
El Paso street just north of the corner
of San Antonio street. An option has
already been secured on the Kohlberg
property adjacent to this site, and it is
probable the hotel will be erected here.
The option held bv Clark and O'Brien,
of San Francisco, Cal., on the Phil
Young property, expired Wednesday.
FULTON'S CONDITION flS
STILL CONSIDERED SERIOUS
Tom Fulton, of Dripping Springs,
Tex., who was brought to the county
hospital in El Paso, Tuesday, as a re
sult of wounds sustained from a negro
footpad near Ysleta, is resting easily,
according to the statement of county
hospital officials. The bulht entered
Fulton',? hip and perforated his intes
tines. His recovery is doubtful.
JUAREZ HOME ROBBED.
The residence of Felix Bobert," in
Ciudad Juarez, was robbed Monday
nieht and jewelry and two watches
taken. The loss is estimated -at about
$500. The police have made ur. arrest.
THE STORE OF SATISFACTION
Since the tendency of the Holiday Gift has turned toward the useful as well as the ornamen
tal, we direct your attention to our great display of
Men's Clothes and Furnishings
Believing them to be the most desirable remembrances to give both men and young men.
Men in all walks of life take pride in their personal appearance and any gift which can
contribute to their comfort and vanity is strikingly appropriate.
Isfeckwear for holidays
in imported silks in in
dividual boxes all rich
in designs, all colorings,
Suspenders that are
handsome, practical and
durable all boxed just
for Christmas trade, 50c
Shirts that are pleasing
to good dressers styles
that appeal to all in
negligees and stiff
bosoms, $1.00 to $3.50.
Gloves for street and
evening' wear, also fur
driving gloves and auto
gloves, all the wanted
styles, all correct, prices
Hats that will become
any man's head hats
that will wear and give
satisfaction all shapes
and colors, soft and stiff
--$2.00 to $4.00
Combination Sets ?
Hose, Tie and Handkerchief to Match
$1.25 AND UP
Hosiery in both the
fancy and plain pat
terns, in all the newest
shades of lisle and silk;
per pair, 25c to $1.50.
Tie and Scarf Pin to
match, prettily boxed
' Why Not?
We have a beautiful as
sortment, $4.50 to $15.
Collar Bags, Tie Boxes,
$1.25 to $5.00.
Values better than any
other house can show
$4.00 and up.
Union Clothing Company line)
EST BY TEST"
MISSING GIEL IS
FOUND BY POLICE
Ennie Wajrner, -who disappeared train
the home 01 her parei?ts mJSasfc El
Paso Tuesday morning, and forprhom a
search .was instituted upon her failure
to Teturn, was found Tuesday Slight by
the police with a girl friend at a respect
able rooming house on El Paso street.
The girl stated she had left home' to
obtain -work and decided to Teraain in
El Paso Tuesday night.
"We will put up at auction any ar
ticle you select- Snyder Jewelry Oo.
CRAWFORD'S TEMPERANCE PLAY
Tonight the last performance of "Ten
Nights" will be given. Tomorrow even
ing the bill will""be "The Red Mouse."
Friday night as an extra, after the rog
ubr play, the amateurs will appear.
Sunday is farewell day, and "Tn-ee
"R'eeks" will be the bill. The prices
are 15e, 25c and 35c. '
SYSTmi OF HIGHWAYS
OF CE3IEXT OX COXTIXEXT.
Denver, Colo., .Dec. 14. Lement high
ways from the Atlantic to the Pacific
coast are proposed in a plan presented
to the Colorado conservation commis
sion by John Brisben Walker. The
commission unanimously adopted a res- j
olution approving of Mr. Walker's plan i
after it had been commended by former
senator Patterson and others. The res
olution asks the legislatures of the 17
other states more immediately interest
ed to petition congress to take action.
The proposed highways follow:
From Denvre to the Mississippi at
From Denver to the great lakes at
From Denver to the gulf at Galveston.
From Denver to the Pacific ocean at !
From Denver to the Pacific ocean at
San Francisco and Los Angeles.
FREDERICK WARDE COMIXG.
El Pasoans are promised a real treat
next Monday and Tuesday nights when
Frederick Warde and companj- appear
at the El Paso theater in "Julius
Caesar." Mr. "Warde's ability as a
Shaksperean reader and scholar needs
no praise; it is too well known. His
predilectid"h for surrounding himself
with a capable cast is as well known as
his own ability. Tickets go on sale at
the Crawford theater Thursday morn
ing and all real lovers of Shakspere
will doubtless avail themselves of a
chance to tvitnes his masterpiece by
Plumbing and Heating Company
JOS WORK OUR SPECIALTY
323 Texas St. E! Paso, Texas
one of his greatest disciples. Fred
erick Warde has never yet presented
Toilet articles for gifts buy at Sny
der jewelry Co.s auction.
Plum pudding candy at McCullough's
THE UNBEATABLE EXTEFJflNA
TOR. "Rough on Rats," a powder. Do yoar
own mixing, pay for poison only, the
you get results, for Roaches, Ants.
Mice, Rats, etc. See directions how t
use in out-buildings. 15c, 25c, 75c
Cut glaes for gifts jbuy at Snyder
Jewelry Co.'s auction. j
ANOTHER ARREST IX THE !
QUADRUPLE MISSOURI MURDER.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec 1 i. Sam j
Dailey, a former employe of Mrs.,Eme- i
line Bernhardt, who with her son, j
George, Thomas Morgan and James ,
Graves, were killed at the Bernhardt-1
farm, 20 miles south of here last week, J
was arrested last night.
Dailey is held pending Investigation.
The arrest was made by inspector
Boyle of the Kansas City police depart
ment, upon information .furnished b?
John Feagle, held as a sruspect in the
case by the Kansas City Kan., police.
Dailey will be questioned tonight.
Sickly children need WHITE'S
CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only de
stroys worms, if there be any, but it
acts as a strengthening tonic in the
stomach and bowels. Price 25c per bot
tle. Sold "by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills
street, and Depot Pharmacy.
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Why I can sell Jewelry for loss than
Having small expense during the
year, I do not have to put large
profits on my goods during this time
of the vear to make up for the loss
during the dull season.
I make a specialty of solid gold and
diamond jewelry and can save you
money on that class of goods.
Cor. Texas ana Stanton.
P. S. If you don't buy of me,
both lose money.
CANDIES FRESH EVERY MINUTE
Free Candy for Children
2sText Friday afternoon from 3 P. IT. to 5 P. M every, child
calling at Mcdullough's Confectionery accompanied by an
older person will be presented with aa Xmas Package of
3dcCullough'B El Paso Made Candiea.
CANDIES FRESH EVERY MINUTE
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If it's b'ooks you are thinking of giving, don't
make your selection without seeing our immense
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS
BOOKS FOR THE BOYS, THE GIRLS AND
' THE LITTLE FOLKS
Calendars, Xmas Cards,
Leather Goods, Stationery
of the finest makes in box
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