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Gifts to Delight Women
Gift to You
I HSll Our
We are "headquarters for gifts for women.
Below we tell you just a few of the big values
to he found hepe tomorrow.
When you come tomorrow you will find
throughout the store gift things arranged for
easy selection. We have made every prepar
ation to serve you quickly so that no precious
moments of the last day before Christmas
may be wasted.
Read these itemsthey are briefly put.
READY-TO-WEAR A dainty silk kimono, a silk
petticoat; a sweater, a stylish waist these are gifts
both pretty and practical.
$1.50 Silk Hose $1.00
Pretty silk hose in black and all
colors, some embroidered hose in
the lot, regular price $1.50 per
. $2.50 Silk Hose $1.95
Pure silk thread hose, black only,
handsomely embroidered either in
black or a dainty bit of color;
this is the regular $2.50 grade silk
hose; tomorrow, pair
Tomorrow, we offer all mesb bags,
vanity bags and chatelaines at 25 per
cent less than the regular prices.
The mesb bags come in German sil
ver, gunmetal and the "unbreakable
mesh. All sizes are offered and all
The vanity bags come in German sft
ver, gunmetal and sterling silver. A
great variety to choose from.
The chatelaines also come in German
silver, gunmetal and sterling silver.
Tomorrow and tomorrow night, we
make the special Christmas offer
25 percent off on all " .mesh bags,
vanity bags 'and chatelaines:
Other jewelry such a3 lavallieres,
bat pins, small coin purses, etc., etc.
is also offered tomorrow at 25 per
s A$'W&WmB'i 111
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3 for 50c
These are pure' linen handkerchiefs
with hand embroidered initial, reg
ular price 25c each; tomorrow
3 for 50c
35c Handkerchiefs 25c
Pure linen handkerchiefs, some
with dainty laee edge, others are
hand embroidered, regular price
Especially suitable for gifts are
these boxed handkerchiefs. Six
dainty handkerchiefs attractively
put up in a fancy box; price per
We cair supply .anything in furs
from 5.00 uptoSSO.OO.
As a gift for wife,
child or grandchild,
suppose you come to
this Bank and open a
Savings Account in
their name. The pass
book you receive from
us will make an ac
ceptable gift, and en
titles the holder to the
use of one of our hand
some metal - plated
Home Savings Banks.
4 Interest 4
Paid on Savings.
Rio Grande Valley Bank
& Trust Company.
For Tomorrow Only
We have causht the Christmas spirit. Oar store fairly glows with
it, and tomorrow being the last day before Christmas, we have de
cided to offer the following unusual specials for tomorrow only:'
W EL PASOAN ON
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Tie and Scarf Pin Set reduced
to i 75c
Hose and Handkerchief to match,
reduced to 85c
Hose and Tie to match, reduced
to '. 85c
Tie, Handkerchief and Hose Set,
reduced to $1.00
$1.75 Set of Tie, Handkerchief to
match, reduced to $1.35
$1.25 Leather Collar Bags, reduced
$1.50 Leather Collar Bags, xedeed
$1.75 Leather Collar Bags, reduced
$2.50 Leather Collar Bags, reduced
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
For tomorrow on all Bath
Robes, House Coats and Smok
irrtiTinmrwii hi r fWiirniwi
SOME GOOD ADVICE
Peterson, Held on Robbery
. Charge, Bets Attorney
Has a Past.
That county atotrner "W. W. Bridgers
is "wanted somewhere" is a -wager made
T&Hrsday afternoon by A. M. Peterson,
charged -witi. theft from the person.
The offer was made following the hear
ing of Peterson before justice ilcClin
tock, who bound him over to the grand
jury under a $500 bond.
:Mrs. G. H. Smith, 308 Torriillo street,
was the prosecuting witness, and she
testified that Peterson snatched her
purse from her while she was walking
on St. Vrain street between San Antonio
and Overland- Mrs. Smith gave chase
and kept within half a block of the mn
until he reached Seventh street, and
Jater recovered' her purse, containing
Peterson's examining trial was con
ducted by county atorney Bridgers, and
following Peterson's intimation that th
world owes. him a living, Mr. Bridgers
advised him he had better work, and
"One time when I was broke, I scrub -be
On the return to the jail wi,th deputy
constable Brown, Peterson remarked:
'Til bet that fellow's wanted somewhere."
WOUND IS FATAL
H. Glenn, "Who Snot Himself
Because of Patlier's
Suicide, Is Dead.
Silver City, 2f. M., Dec. 23. Harry
Glenn, who sbot himself at !Mbiollon,
died about midnight. The attending
physicians beld an autopsy and were
amazed that be had lived so long after
the bullet had penetrated the back of the
Glenn shot himself in grief over the
deatb of "his father, deputy sheriff
I Thomas Glenn, who killed bimself at
IXS SHOT IX STREET OTJEIj
SUCCUMBS TO HIS TVOUND.
Ardmore, Okla., Dec 23. -"Ben Lind
say, of Buckhorn, who was shot in a
street duel at Ravia yesterday, died
today. His assailant, Jesse Hayes, was
shot three times, hut it is reported he
will recover. The men had a feud of
long standing, liln-dsay formerly Jived
at Ardmor.e '
PIAN HAI.F MHjI.IOX DOLLAR
ORANGE ORCHARD IX TI&XAS.
Houston, Tex., Dec. 23. Houston and
Dallas capitalists toflay closed a deal
for 6500 acres of land south of the city
for $520,000. The tract Is to be planted
in oranges. The company 13 incor
porated with $250,000 capital- J. S.
Kendall, of Dallas, is president.
Any New Piano at
Jenkins Piano Co. Store
can be bought during' their
Holiday Sale, Now on,
at from 10 to 30 discount
Payments low as S2.00 per week
Note Our Special Two for One Offer
In addition to above discounts we will allow $2.00 for every 1.00 you
pay down in thirty days.
If you pay $5.00 down you get a receipt for 10.00.
If you pay $10.00 down you get a receipt for $20.00 ancL so on up to
$50.00. This together with our 10 percent toi 30 percent discount makes it
the "very,best offer ever given the piano bujTers of El Paso.
Better put $5.00 in your pocket, and come to our store and have one of
our fine pianos sent to your home. It would be the finest Christmas Gift to
the entire family one could think of. Our store will be open until 10 P. !M.
of evenings to give merchants and clerks an opportunity to call."
JENKINS PIANO CO.
Two Men Here to Go With
Army Englishman Of
Two Americans, W. EL Scheecz and
J. T. McNally, arrived In El Paso from
Tucson, Ariz., Friday to join the insur
rectos. They bore a letter which they
said had been given them by a recruiting-
agent for the insurrectos to another
of the Madero party in El Paso but the
latter had left town and is supposed
to be in Mexico. They declared th.tt
they were going to Mexico to loin the
Following letter coms to The Herald
from Fort Stanton, N. M:
Notice to Insurrectors Forces in Mexico:
An ex-English army cavalry sergeant
who went all througn the lae South
African Boer war, as Maxim machine
gun operator and instructor, ofers his
services to the ibove forces.
Get in communication with me. I
am ready to take the field, and will
come to place of appointment on hear
ing from official quarters and expenses
defrayed. J. used the machine Maxim
gun all tlirough the war, mounted for
mountain work as well as in flat coun
try. Will send certificates for same on.
M. Be van,
Fort, Stanton, N. M.
the Mexicon government is known to
have ammunition in store. It may be
that when communication is restored,
it will be found that Casas . Grandes
has been taken by the insurrectos.
Scgall on Train. ,
J. R. Segall, of El Paso, was on the
train which was held up and he saj'rf
the insurgents were -veil armed and
that a. large number were behind a
small hill, some distance from the
train, ready to fire if there was any
resistance. When there was none, he
says the man in command fired his re
volver and all these men came In and
took the train southward.
He had been down to Casas Grandes
on some business. He says there were
only 15 rurales on duty in Casas
While he was in that town, Mr. Se
gall says a reporc came in that the
rebels had captured a commissary on
the Pearson road at what Is known as
66, but they paid for 'all the stuff they
LAST, BUT NOT LEAST
For Tomorrow Only We Will Make Specially Reduced Prices
ON ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
Union Clothing Company
111 S. El Paso (Incorporated) "Best by Test
DIAZ'S CHIEF OF
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once to Bustillos where the sixth bat
talion is stationed.
That the sending of Col. Cuellar
to the front bears more importance
than if some other officer had been
selected is the Impression here, as ha
Is known to be a man In whom the
president has implicit confidence. It
is believed he personally will investi
gate the actual state of affairs In Chi
huahua, and the efficiency and conduct
of the army and will make a derailed
report to Diaz.
PART OF GEN. NAVARRO'S '
J FORCE AT SANTA BARBARA
I A letter received in El Paso today
from Santa Barbara, Chihuahua, gays
i "One hundred of the 800 troops from
Chihuahua, reached Santa Barbara.
December 21, after the battle at Cerro
Prleto. It Ms reported that 400 of tho
800 were slain at that time. It Is also
reported that these troops went 24 to
4S hours without anything to eat, and
that the Insurrectos had been sending t
them cattle, sheep, etc., to keep them j
FT. BLISS TEOOPS x
ALWAYS ARE READY
Co A. C. Sharpe in command ctf the
troops at Fort Bliss said Friday morn
ing: "We have received no instructions
to hold men in readiness, but they are
ready at all times." This statement
was made by the colonel when he was
I asked if he had ordered rations issued
for 30 days to two companies for field
service, a rumor to this effect having
I been circulated in El Paso.
REFUSES FAMILT MILEAGE
AND AUDITOR IS ARRESTED
LaFayette, La., Dec. 23. M. I,. Bon
neval, of Echo, Tex., traveling auditor
of the Southern Pacific, has been ar
rested for refusing to accept a family
mileage book offered by the purchaser
and his daughter. Bonneval Insisted
that the books 'can be used only by
one member at a time. A test case will
RAILROAD CONTRACTORS BELOW
CASAS GRANDES FEAR TROUBLE.
Colonia Dublan, ilex., Dec. 23 Quito
a number of the railroad couciactors
and employes were down to attend con
ference at Colonfa Juarez but they have
all gone back to their camps.
Some of them fear an attack from in
surgents but propose to put in their
time at work until they are actually
stopped by armed force
Some of the camps are pretty well
armed; others have very little resist
MEXICAN CHILDREN PLAY WAR. (
Mexican boys of El Paso have a new
game; they call it "Guerra," which means
war. They have several little dummy
Mexican soldiers which they line up in
battle array and then shoot down with
a pop gun. The children caa be seen
every day playing this game in the
southern streets of the city and seem to
take delight in kicking down tht
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Michelmore and i
their bab- will arrive in El Paso Satur
day from Clifton, Ariz., to spend Christ
mas day with Mrs. D. W. Dorman and
7P !-P wP
The Bristol Rathskeller
IS NOW OPEN
" AND WILL SERVE'
is " aPi -w .
Ili -Jllli. W2 mi ii mn
9ffllaSfevSF'S d. O O
A Special Xmas Dinner
TABLE DE HOTE
From 12 Until 9 P. M.
Sunday, Dec. 25th, and Monday, Dec. 26th
602 San Francisco St. El Paso, Tex.
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ilCtJr tiollV N?gpib
M Wreaths lsk
jjWhr S shipment of Holly Wreaths t 3&V-)
jffFfix arrives on tonight's express, and mffl
y will be on sale tomorrow at ?mp
w& 25c each $uX
Bob Moore & Co,
We want you to see our
Ties, Handkerchiefs and
Hose to match.
Mufflers are always ac
ceptable and all of the
things that are salable in a
man's store are here.
See our Silk Suspend
ers, Cravats and Umbrellas-Especial
prices on Um
brellas. The postoffice is still
-across the street from us.
For the Xmas Dinner
We want to remind you that when it comes to Plum
Pudding, Fruit Cake and aU the other Xmas
pastries, that Burke's is the last word.
. MINCE PIES
. APPLE PIES
Eemember. we make deliveries in anv -nart of the
j city. Orders placed too late for Saturday delivery
win me uenYereu eariy .Ajnas morning.
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Cor. Stanton and Texas.
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PHONE 2958. '
EL PASO, TEXAS.
TRY HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS