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Tomorrow -- the Final Day
Of Our Record-Breaking Before-Stock-Taking Sale
Tomorrow we bring to a close one of the most successful sales we have ever con
ducted. By this we mean that customers have been given greater values, we have
done an enormous amount of business and accomplished our purpose that is, re
cueing stocks we did not wish to carry into inventory. For tomorrow, the final
day of this sale, all items previously advertised will continue in force.
In addition, we have selected special items that are most unusual for tomorrow
2 for Sc
5c is the price you -usually pay for
such handkerchiefs as these In
fact, that is what we have always
sold them for. But, we find we
have 100 dozen more than our
stock demands, so we place them
on sale tomorrow at 2 for
35c Mufflers, all colors, tomorrow
Tomorrow we offer fine
chiffon veils. These are
extra large size, hem
stitched, in colors of navy,
pink, rose, blue, brown,
black and white. A regu-
Alwavc K i v s f
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El Paso's first short-
ing of 1911 millinery
styles, for immediate
wear, is well worth
lar $1.75 veil; tomorrow, .V ff- ,J jg
onlv one to a customer at jk, 'jp . ;-3 &
79 cents .ftSSS
t MtLLiKEBY OF THE HOHR V
first National Bank
Capital : $ 600,000
Surplus and Profits., 225,000
We cordially invite' new business connections.
Our new saving department, pavs 4 -percent on deposits.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
C E. MOHJCHEAD, Predaent GXO. D. FLOEY, C&shier.
TOSEPH MAeOFFUC, V: Pr. C K. BASSETT, Yi Pi
' L. J. GILCHXIiT, Art. Cuh.
State National' Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1831.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AKD PROFITS, $175,000.
A "Legitimate Banking Burinew Transact ia All Its Bracie.
HIGHEST PRICES PAH) FOR MEXICAN MOHET.
With Total Resources of
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK & TRUST CO.
Offers a safe place for your money, and invites your account with the assur
ance that vour business will receive every consideration.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS 4
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at reasonable rates.
. CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000
OFFICERS AITO DIRECTORS:
V. S. Stewart Frank Powers 0. H. Leavell H. J. Simmons
A. G. Andreas W. B. Latt, B. Blumenthal
J. F. Williams H. M Andreas J. H. Mav
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
A special feature for to
morrow is an extensive
showing of 1911 spring
suits. Also, 1911 styles in
silk, linen and lingerie
dresses will be shown and
1911 styles in lingerie and
In connection with this announce
ment, keep in mind the fact that we
are always first to show in El Paso
authoritative, styles for the coming
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Tomorrow we offer all
Mesh Bags, all Vanity
Bags, all Chatelaines,
as well as all other
Another Extra Spec
ial, for tomorrow, one kimono
for which We have be- less tlum ?15-& and most of them $20.00 val
J C'IZ. ue3J Extra Special tomorrow
come noieu, is juk
No. 3, the west bound Golden State
limited due at 3:50 oclock, is reported
to arrive at' 5:30 oclock. All ot'ner aft
ernoon and night trains are reported
Genuine enchiladas and all Mexican
dishes. Concha,.217 "W. San Antonio.
Sixteen Killed In Explosion.
Pittsfield. .Mass.. Dec. 3(7. The lives
of 16 workmen w.ere ended yesterday '
by the explosion of a boiler at the i
plant of the Morwood Lake Ice com-1
pany two miles south of here. Twelve j
men were instantly killed, one died i
shortly .after the accident and three
others died in the hospital.
Opening of "The Store Beautiful" in
January. "Watch for It. .
Held as Lynchers.
Hot Springs, Ark., Dec. 30. Officers i
arrested Ben Murry and John Ruther
ford in the suburbs of Hot Springs on
i the order of the coroner's jury, to be
' held in connection with the lynching
of Oscar Chitwood last Monday.
Extra Special Price on Canned Tomatoes
"We aave a lot of the finest extra
Standard Tomatoes in two tfounrt cans
we have ever eaten. Every can guar- j
anteed. Just to let you try them at a '
small price we will sell for $1.75 a case
of two dozen cans.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
ZVoted Britisher Dies.
London. Eng., J3ec. 20 Samuel Henry
Butcher, unionist member of parlia
ment for Cambridge university since
' 1906, died yesterday. He was born in I
Dublin in 1850 and was a son of the
bishop of Meath. Professor Butcher
was president of the British Academy
of letters in 1910.
Homan sanatorium for tuberculosis,
ward rates $17.o0 and $20 per week;
single rooms 25 to 40. Treatment and
Japs and Philippines.
"Washington, D. C. Dec 30. Re
peated publication of statements of
Japanese activities in the Philippines
has called forth from the war depart
ment the assertion that no information
has been received there to justify such
INSTALLATION OF BOILER, FORT
BLISS, TEXAS, Dec. 28, 1910. Sealed
proposals in triplicate for furnishing
and installing additional 40 h. p. boiler,
with setting fixtures and connections,
in pumping plant here, will be received
until 11 a. m., January 7, 1911. Infor
mation on application. Address pro
posals to G. V. S. Quackenbush, 1st.
Lieut. 23d Infantry, Constructing Quar
termaster. Founder of JHsbee Asphyxiated.
San Rafael, Calif., Dec. 30. William
H. Martin, founder of the town of
Bisbee, Ariz., was found dead in bed
at his home here yesterday with the
gas escaping from an unlighted heater
in the room. It is supposed that on re
tiring he had left the gas burning an
it was extinguished in some manner
during the night. . Mr. Martin was one
of the discoverers of the Copper Queen
mine. He was 78 years of age.
Fancy ripe olives in bulk, 25 cents a
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Sheehan for the Senate.
New York, N. T.. Dec 30. William F. I
Sheehan nas made formal announce
ment of his candidacy for the United
States senate. In defining his attitude
toward national questions, Mr. Sheehan
i declares his belief in the letter and
I spirit of the platform adopted at the
j last Democratic state convention. He
urges that whoever tne Democratic
party chooses for senator, his useful
ness as a public officer be not weak
ened by unjust criticism during his
$20.00 Waists $6.95
From broken lines of the hand
somest waists we carry, we have
selected 30 beautiful waists.
Each one is an individual model.
These are chiffon and silk "waists in a variety
of colorings. The majority of them are chif
fon, some chiffon over silk, others chiffon
elaborately trimmed. Waists have short and
Not a waist in the lot worth
sons were seriously hurt and several
were slightly injured when a Cincin
nati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific
railroad passenger train was partially
derailed about 50 yards west of High
bridge, which spans the Kentucky
river, last evening.
Dr Mensel has moved to suite 314
Bad Wreck in "Washington.
Ellensburg, "Wash., Dec. 30. Four
men were killed in a collision between
a construction and a freight train at
Rye, on the Chicago, Milwaukee &
Puget Sound railway. The body of
brakeman Collins, of the construction
travin, was found in the wreckage,
making the fourth death. Ten seriously
injured are in the hospital here.
C. L. BllUnston, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
1489, painting, paperhanging, decorating
Texas "Wbitecnps Indicted.
Corsicana, Texas, Dec 30. An
nouncement is made of SO indictments
against farmers in this section charg
ing them, with "whitecapping." It Is
alleged they entered into a conspiracy
to drive negroes out of this county.
Several surrendered and gave bond for
their appearance at tneir trials.
Dr. Cameron, Scntutt. reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe Bldg.
Messina Has Big Eire.
Reggio a.. Calabria, Italy, Dec 30. A
fierce fire, which is believed to be still
raging, has destroyed the wooden
buildings around the harbor at Mes
sina. This information was brought
here by boat- All telegraphic and tele
phonic communication with Messina has
been interrupted. Among tne burning
buildings are the postoffice, the tele
graph office and the railway station.
Colorado Official Indicted.
Denver, Colo., Dec 30. James B.
Pearce, secretary of state of Colorado,
was indicted, today, by tne. Denver grand
i jury on a charge of violating the public
examiner law by his refusal to appear
before state auditor Kenihan and give
a detailed statement of the financial
affairs of his office. Mr. Pearce gave
bond shortly afterward.
Fund for Widows and Orphans.
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 30. Througn
the generosity and cooperation of
Rodman "Wanamaker and the city of
.Philadelphia, a fund of $150,000 will bo
established for tue support of the
widows or orphans or -dependent par-
Maple Nut Layer Cakes
Regular 35c value, Stur- OfJ
day Only muC
Be sure and send your order early because these cakes are going to be
the best values of the season and our Saturday specials are generally all
sold, despite the fact that each week we make a larger number than the
You'll also find our line of Whipped Cream goods and especially
"Whipped Cream Puffs, the best ever in El Paso.
Phone Your Order
Phone Bell 310
ents of all city employes- who may be
killed or incapacitated by injuries re
oMvofl in t.h dlscharse of their duties.
The creation of tnis fund is the result
of the fire here last week when 16 lire
men and one policeman were killed by
Ochra From Mexico.
Nice fresh tender ochra from Mexico,
20 cents a pound.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Starker diseases of the eye, ear,
nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bids.
Duel Over Girl.
Pullman, Ala., Dec. 30. Cicero "Wood
and Marion Uibson quarreled this aft
ernoon over a young woman and agreed
to "shoot it out" "Woods was killed.
Gibson was uninjured.
J. Moran, the "Model Tailor," will
have a reduction of 15 percent on all
suits after Xmas, and will last until
the first of March.
More Chicago Riots.
Chicago, 111., Dec 30. Rioting of the
striking garment workers which ceased
tne week before Christmas, was re
newed yesterday. Five hundred strikers
most of them women and girls, braved
& snowstorm, marched to the tailoring
shop of Hildebrand & Company and
t-.., mnct- nf 'i-hfi -windows. A
riot call brought several wagonloads of
policemen who rushed the striKers. xwo
men were arrested. Many of the
strikers were beaten with clubs before
the mob was dispersed.
Dr. Crovrder, eye, ear, nose and throat
602 Rio Grande Bldg.
Hot Clam Boumon witn salt sprays
Elite Confectionery Co. ,
Germla Balloonist Protest.
New York, N. Y Dec. 30. The
Lower Rhine Aeronautic assciation of
Germany has decided to protest the
award of the James Gordon 'Bennett cup
to Alan R. Hawley, winner of the last
international balloon race, because the
American Aero :lub did not enter its
contestants two months In advance of
the race, and again, charging that
Hawley failed to furnish documents at
testing fois landing place. Hawley
summarized in a sentence nis opinion
of the decision. "They're awful
losers," he said.
Dr. G A. Reherd, Dentist, formerly
associated with Dr. P. H. Brown, has
been spending a vacation In Mexico. He
will occupy his new office, No. 30S
American National Bank, Bldg., Janu
ary 1, 1911.
To Prevent Strikes.
Spokane, "Wash., Dec. 30. A bill pro
hibiting strikes and lockouts and pro
viding for compulsory arbitration of all
labor disputes, has been prepared by
state senator 'George "W. Schaefer and
will be introduced at the coming ses-
. it.. iol.,, n. TJr 1ft? orm5
" , 'riT 7r
an cmy.u J "" T .
day he rem-ins on strike. Any em
ployer causing a lockout becomes liable
to a fine of $10 for each employe de
prived pf work.
Dr. R. D. Robinson, diseases of chil
dren and orthopedic surgery, 700 Mesa.
No Reconciliation of Cudahys.
Kansas City, Mo.. Dec. 30. A recent
report that J; P. ("Jack") cuaany ana
his divorced wife, Mrs. Edna Cudahy,
fhad met in Pasadena, Cal., and were
about to effect a reconciliation is oe-
nied emphatically by -irs. uutiany, who
as here. Cudahy, who Is in Pasadena,
has denied it. too. "It is absolutely
false," declared Mrs. Cudahy. "I in
tended going to Pasadena for the holi
days but was unable to do it. I shall
go" in two or three weeks. Reports of
a reconciliation either present or pros
pective are painfully ridiculous."
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
Boy Kills Grandmother.
Juneau, Alaska, Dec. 30. John Bor
brldge, a tenyearold half breed, son of
"Cordwood' Jim Borbridge, kiled ma
grandmother wiCh a hatchet at Doug
las Yesterday. The boy had been se
verely scolded by fiis mother and flew
into a passion. His grandmother at
temDted to quiet him, whereupon the
I enraged boy seized the hatchet and at-y
tacked her, striking her tnree times on
the head and killing her instantly. Toe
boy was arrested.
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have
Although there are hundreds of pre
parations advertised, there is only
one that really stands out pre-eminent
as a remedy for diseases of the
kidnevs, liver and bladder.
Swa"mp-Root is not recommended for
A sworn certificate of purity is with
For sale at all dru stores, In bot
tles of two sizes 50c and $1.00.
" .. fTn . . i fy
35 -dollar suits now at $7.00
30-dollar suits now at $22.50
25 -dollar suits now at $18.75
(This excepts blues and blacks)
These are our celebrated "Chesterfield ' suits,
all this season's stock. We have no two-' or
three-year old suits to show you.
"A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPI."
Of all the successful plays under the
management of "Wm. A. Brady this sea
son, none have received more flattering
receptions than "A Gentleman from
Mississippi," which is fo be the attrac
tion at the El Paso theater Sunday and
I Mlmday, Jan. 1 and 2, with a special
matinee Monday. Robert A. Fischer
will be seen as senator Xangdon and a
special New York company is an
nounced by manager "Wm. A. Brady.
Seats are now on sale.
"THE COTJNTT CHAIRMAN."
"The County Chairman" and the blj
at the Crawford last
night. "Don't iorget xne matinee sai
urday at 2:30," says manager Rich.
HORXS AT THE MAJESTIC.
v-mesho" are promised at" the 3Iaies
tic Saturday night- The horns are free.
MUD 'TOWN MINSTRELS.
"The minstrels that are different,
"A Rurai Roar," is the way "the Mud
Town Minstrels" are described. They
will be given at,the T. Ai. C. A., Mon
day, January 2, at S p. m. Tickets are
now on sale at the Y. M. C. A. office at
25 cents and 3o cents.
GREAT MEAT ,SALE,
Prime rib roast (Xmas) 17 c.
Chuck roasts, 3 for 25c.
Mutton stew 3 for 25c
Pan Sausage. 10c per lb.
Dressed 'nens, 20c. u
Can oysters, 35c
Corned beef, 10c
Peerless roasts, 12c
When ordering fruit and vegetables
remember Ardoin's market carries tne
freshest stock in town.
EYSTER'S CO ,D. GROCERY
AND MEAT MARKET
WE AEE LEADERS NOT FOLLOWERS
Our goods are the best, and our prices are lower. "We sell for cash" only, so
have no accounts to lose, no bookkeeper, solicitors and no collectors to pay.
AND OUR CUSTOMERS GET THE BENEFITS
I AM NOT A MEMBER OF THE RETAIL GROCERS' ASSOCIATION
Phone Your Orders Grocery Dept, Bell Phones 884-844-823; Auto, 1691
Meat Dept., Bell 865; Auto 1691.
18 lbs. Granulated Sugar for ; $1-
Blue Ribbon Butter (strictly fresh and none better) per lb 35c
Strictly Fresh Kansas Eggs (not cold storage) per doz 35c
Yard Eggs, per doz., 55c, and Mountain Park Eggs, per doz 65c
Fancy Mountain Apples (good to cook or eat) 5 lbs. for . 25c
California Xavel Oranges (good size) per doz , 20c
California Navel t0ranges, extra large size, per doz 35c
Very best Lemons, per doz .' 20c
Extra fine large Celery, 2 bunches for 15c
Best Mountain Cabbage, per lb "- 3c
Cranberries, 2 quarts for 25c
Colorado Potatoes, very best, 10 lbs. for 25c
Cream of Wheat or Ralston's Breakfast Food, each 15c
National Oats (large package better oats) each... ., 10c,
Large package Gold Dust or Grandma Borax Powder, each.- -. 20c
7 bars Swift's Pride Soap for ...A, 25c
6 bars Swift's White Soap, for ...T 25c
4 bars Fells Xaptha Soap for 25c
4 lbs. best Bulk Starch for ... 25c
No. 1 fancy new -Mackerel, Sor -h:.? 25c
Extra large Mackerel, 2 for - 25c
Extra fine white Valley Comb Honey, 2 ior - 25c
Standard pack Baltimore Tomatoes, 2 for 15c
Country Gentleman Corn (extra fine) 2 for. . . . 25c
Good Iowa Corn; 3 for . 25c
1 lb. can B. & M. Baked Beans, tomato sauce or plain, 3 for : 25c
Regular 15c to 25c Christmas Candy to close out at, per lb 10c
MEAT DEPARTMENT .
Fresh Home Made Pork Sausage, per lb 15c
Plain Hams, per lb. 18c; Plain Bacon, per lb 25c
Extra fine Home Cured Corned Beef, per lb v...121-2c
Extra fine Kansas City Beef Chuck Roast, per lb 12 1-2c
Fine Home Dressed Chickens, per lb 20c
Fresh Oysters every day (extra niee) per pint 25c
FRESH FISH EVERY THURSDAY AND FRDDAY
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Cor, Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices
M M '
HA VE CUT
Their Fine Suits
TAKE HOTEL MEN
AND CI-AIMS ALONi
Gets Ei& of One in Phoe
and Takes Another to
Phoenir, Ariz., Dec. 30. Accoi
panfed by manager Drace, of the Floi
ence, Ariz;, hotel, who bad a flnancit
interest in the welfare of the company
due to a stop at his hotel, the Friedl
lander Musical Comedy companj
struck Phoenix this week- It played ti
two good houses here, lutea some
' its financial burdens and has departe4
for Fresno, CaL. accompanied by
C. R. Matchan. of Phoenix, anothei
hotel Iman. who hois to collect hts inl
terest in the company at that point.
The Friedlander Musical Corned;
! nomnanv had an unprofitable week'i
- tot,r otKel
and when the company reached Phoei
nix the problem of keeping the woW
from the door" was one to be immedi-
atelv attended to The two nights ii
! phoenix nroved a Godsend td the com-1
nany. It presented "The JBisnop" to
ttpII filled house the first night and!
with the proceeds settled with the
Florence hotel manager aad paid other
Dressing: claims. The second night wasi
also a good one and almost put the!
company on its feet, enabling it at any
rate to nroceed to Fresno with no
greater incumbrance tlian Mr. Matchan
and his claim. It is- said the company
has six weeks' engagement in Fresno,
with a guarantee .
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is DAXATrvE BROMO QUININE:
Look for ther signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the "World over to Cur
a Cold in One Day. 25c
Tomorrow is Ardoin's great sales day.
Xmas meat will be on sale.
Dec 30. Five per-