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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, Dec 17, 1910.
NEW CHRISTMAS GOOD;
Shelled Walnuts, J
Shelled Hickory IXtits, pj
Shelled Filberts, rj
Shelled Black Walnuts, tj
Shelled Brazil Xuts, y
Shelled Pecans, J
Imported Gresco Raisins
Fancy Layer Raisins,
Fancy Black Dates,
Pure Olive Oil
Too much care cannot be taken in
buying Olive Oil. We have 'exper
imented with Olive Oil and know
what is the best. , We have, it,
packed in original, cans and bottles
with the -Hackers' seal. Ltfc us
show yoa the difference.
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS
TO TELEPHONE CALLS,
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Key and Lock Y?orlc, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles andEmblem Motorcycle. Record: Chicago to New York. 993
Miles, In 33 hours. x
Et xASO REPAIR SHOP. 20S Nor tk Stauton Street. Pkone Bell 139.
' Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
BURTOIf-LIKGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
FOR TENTS AND GAMP SUPPLIES
Before buylngr set our prices. "W can save you money. "We are maaufac
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J?, DRUGGISTS -US
A. X. HYAK fc Ca 212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPFJf ALL WIGHT.
tdia CARR DRUG CO.
20 Teu St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
WCl be p rigkt away." LQKGWELL'S TRANSFER
11 f to 120 San Francisco si Careful Men.
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. 0D0Ji?S TRANSFIX. AUTO 1966
THE 'TRINCESS" THEATRE
Has installed the latest and most up-to-date Oper,a Chairs and ivishes to
announce o its many patrons that commencing next Friday, Dec. 23, will
give a free matinee to all school children. We are running three thousand
feet of the best films that can be had, all first run.
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
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Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware. Tcola, all
rT,r: adns Harness. juuery.i
ffi, WANT A JOB?
We have more calls for office help than we" can
sop-ph- Your hands earn from. 50 cents to S 1.50 a
day. Your head, when properly trained, can earn
roa $5 to $29 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify you for the $5 to S20-a-day class
and find the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
r phone DKArGHOVS BUSINESS COLLEGE,
11 Paso. Texas, 107 Sesth El Paw St. Phono 1484.
No. 1 cans
French String Beans,
Tiny Sifted Peas,
Okra, extra fine,
Sweet Wrinkle Peas,
Boly Poly Cherries
Pitted, Xo. 3
P. D. Corn,
We have made special arrange
ments to accommodate our cus
tomers with the finest selection of
fruits, vegetables and everything
uptodate in this line obtainable,
from the best markets in the
FANCY APPLES AND ORANGES
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PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Geads
Made, Repaired ana Exchanged.
so- OPP- ?stsfice, across Plazs
BELL 50; ATJTO 1050
312 S. El Paso St.
BeU 1 Auto 1001
307-309 E. Overland St.
409 South Santa Pe St.
Bell Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1405.
rents O'l Paint. Eta
THEATRE Fred -
Special Mat. lues.
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- "1 Pcio'w Christmas S tore",
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Monday to be "Toy Day" at Calisher's
Ve have made preparation for the biggest
toy day of the season, and customers can rest
assured there will be no disappointment of
any kind. We do not propose to have any
left-over toys to carry into the new store. All
must be sold next week. We have armncrvrf
convenient groups and the special prices that 'pfJ
will prevail will certainly close out everv tov HF
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SQEN'ES OP PORTUGAL REVOLT
AROUSE MEXICAN ENTHUSIASM.
Moving- pictures -ol the Portuguse
revolution -were shown at a local thea
ter Friday night and during each per
formance the seats were crowded by
Mexicans who watched intently every
action of the revolutionists and the
federal troops. Here and there was a
whispered bravo as buildings which
had been torn by, insurgent shells were
shown upon the canvas, and when when
the president was proclaimed in the
plaza many of the audience with diffi
culty refrained from giving1 the viva.
Continuing the sale of
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
at v. $26.75
. 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
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $11.75
20c iijl g!
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3IOXDAX AXD TUESDAY,
DECEMBER 10 AND 20.
Warde In Julius Ceasar
matinee : 50c to 8uo.
Horns and Trumpets
A lot of horns and trum
pets worth to 25c each
Extra Special Monday,
Santa Claus will hold a re
ception all day Monday
from 9 tol2 a. m., from 2
to 5 p. m., and from 7 to 9
p. m. Bring the children with
Till 9 p. m.
Note the Prices
Velocipedes $1.75 to $5.50
Iron Wagons 69c to $2.95
Magic Lanterns $1:50 to $6.50
Iron Saving Banks. .10c to $1.50
Airships, small and large
25c to $1.50
Mechanical Eailways, complete
sets with track 48c to $10.50
Electric Cars and Trains
$2.50 to $6.50
Musical Toys, horns, trumpets,
organs, music boxes, tops, etc.,
5c to $1.50
Eubber Balls 5c to $1.50
if.CkiwDrj Goods Go. (htmjm
Governor-elect of Connecti
cut Would Have Judi
Washington, D. C, Dec' 17. Evolu
tion is the law which has brought to
the present stage the question of inter
national arbitration by courts in the
settlement of difficulties between na
tions, declared g"overnor-elect Simeon
Baldwin, of Connecticut, in an address
tonight before the American society
for the judicial settlement of interna
He said that "nothing of human hand
iwork that comes to stay is suddenly
conceived or produced," and that this
law applied to international courts as
well as to any thing else..
"It is this law," he added, "that gives
courage to the members of this society
in looking to the establishment of in
"They seem to us the natural and
logical outcome of what has been al
ready accomplished." v
He then spoke of what the world al
ready has done, either in ancient, me
dieval or modern times looking toward
The jeal beginning for modern times
for the settlement of disputes by arbi
tration, took place, he declared, on the
American continent, being a settlement
with England and Holland as ratifiers
of the arbitration of a boundary dis
pute between the United colonies of
New England and New Netherlands.
He referred to the good accomplish
ed by the conferences which have "been
held at The Hague, of the London con
ference of 1908-1909 and of the relig
ious sentiments expressed in the form
of international councils and confer
ences. All have been steps in the evolution
of the international court idea.
"There has been In former ages, wars
of religion," he declared. "There never
will be another between civilized peo
ples." He mentioned the fact that in this
country, appeal has been made to the
clergy of all religious denominations
to observe the third Sunday in Decem
ber of each year as "peace Sunday" for
advocating the substitution for war of
Seats go on Sale Saturday
9 A. M.
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Dolls That Defy Description
1,000 to Choose from Monday
A delayed shipment of dolls, just received, will be
displayed for the first time Monday. This, added to
what we already had, gives us a display for next
week that simply defies description. -
Think of a gathering of 1000 dolls! Dressed and undressed dolls, full
jointed or kid body, faces are unusually attractive, wigs of real hair,
blonde, Tuscan and brunette, in all styles of hairdressing, eyes ivith
lashes. There is no desired doll that cannot be found here jiext week.
Prices are extremelj' low, considering the character and quality of the dolls
shown. Better purchase the Christmas dolly Monday, (when you have fully
3000 dolls to choose from, at all the wav from 10c to $25.00.
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Tl Pnso'n Chriotmnw Store:
"imperative, universal arbitration."
The Central American court of justice
at Cartago, whose building was de
stroyed in a recent earthquake but to
ward the rebuilding of which Andrew
Carnegie had given the necessary mon
ey -"is still in the experimental stage,
but nevertheless it is a living example
that something has been done in the
direction of our inquiry and that more
may be done. It fortified the position
of any hopeful student of International
law who looks forward to an era of
"An International court is not a pass
ing idea of speculative theorists," he
asserted. He quoted the words of Gen.
Grant, who declared that "there never
was a time, in his opinion, when me
way could ntt have been found to ure
vent the drawing of the sword."
The epoch of peace contemplate 1 by
Grant seems now at hand. Tns times
have presented the occasion. It is for
the world to grasp it. 1 believe it will.'
ELKS TO HOLD AXXIXAL XBW
YEAR DAXCE .VXD FIREWORKS.
The Elks will hold the annual New
Tear's dance on the night of December
3i and will dance the old year out and
the new one in. The dance will be held
at the club and in addition to the dance
program fireworks will be shot off at
midnight to celebrate the arrival of
th. new year.
ON OUR 50c .
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206, N. Oregon St - Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Wednesday, Dec. 21
25c, 35c and 50c Dolls 'for 10 cents
One dolj. to a customer, just ISO dolls in the
lot, not a doll worth less than 25c. This
lot comprises dolls of every description boy
dolls, girl dolls, etc. These dolls have bisque
heads, eyes that move, and are supplied with
neat shoes and stockings, in fact, they are our
regular 25c, 35c and 50c dolls. 150 WILL
BE ON SALE MONDAY MORNING AT
TEN' CENTS EACH.
Paper Doll Sets' for iOc
2 complete sets to a box
2 dolls, 3 liats-and 6
dresses; price, per box,
Order now what you need in
dolls and toys so that you
will be sure to get them in
good time. Write as fully
ns possible what ou require.
Note the Prices
Eubber Toys for the baby . . .
: 10c to $1.00
Soldier Helmet Sets .25c to $2.50
Police and Fireman Sets
-.- 25c to 75c
EocMng Chairs 48c to $2.95
Dolls' Go-Carts, collapsible. . .
$1.48 to $5.95
Perambulators, for small and
large dolls $1.95 to $1J.50
Dolls' Trunks $1.50 to $2.50
Dolls' Parasols 15c and 25c
Sets for the dolls' hair, side
combs, barrettes etc. 25c, 50c, 75c
J.Calisfcer Dry Goods Ca Caccrjayrf).
TAAVXEY LAMBASTED FOR
COUNTRY'S AVAR POSITION
Washington, D. C-. Dec. 17. James
Tawney, chairman of the committee on
appropriations, "was the target Friday
of those who have sought to have
made public a special report sent to
congress dealing with the state of the
national defences. "
Representative ilcLachlan, of Cali
fornia, whose resolution of last ses
sion, was responsible for the prepara
tion of the report, and representative
Hobson, of Alabama, were Mr. Taw
Mr. McLachlan characterized Air.
Tawney as belonging to that class of
"alleged patriots who have kept the
nation In utter ignorance, until war ha.X
come and -has then placed urjtrained,
untutored men, armed with obsolete
weapons, in the field to uphold the na
2J.T. Hobson charged that Mr. Taw
ney was now "deliberately misleading
After citing Mr. Tawney's record on
M mM iks,??
Bring Your Pictures Early
So that we can get them out
' ahead of timd.
Tuttle Paint H Glass , Go.
BELL PHONE 205; ATJTO PHQNE 1206.
the suhicpt nf national flpnfftnfifts Mr
I Hobson said:
"Mr. Tawney Is theTrerson most re
sponsible for the present utter lack of
MEXICAN BURIES HIMSELF
AND STARVES TO DEATH.
Bfsbee, Ariz., Dec 17. Gavino Arrl
aga, who lived near Nogales, Son.,
Mexico, was found dead, in a grave
he had dug near Ills ranch. The man
bad been missed for two weeksand.
buzzards "hovering around the grave,
attracted the attention of a horseman,
who investigated and found that the
! man had first stripped himself of his
clothing, buried himself to the arm
pits and slowly starved to death. He
left a letter explaining that he wanted
to die. . v
Framjta. pictures make ideal gifts;
we frame them. McKee, 408 North
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Sporting Goods, GUins, Ammuni
tion, Saddlery, Cutlery, Golf Goods,
Carving Sets, Skates, Parlor Games,
Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc.
See us before buying.
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GLASS STOCK CO.
The Red Mouse
. All Fun and Laughter
25 and 35 cents.