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EL PASO heual:
Friday, July 12, 1912
(7 The unusual savings quoted in this "ad" are without rival you could not duplicate any
one ot them at the price elsewhere tiiat's one reason wny you 11 always find the largest
crowd here all thrifty buyers go to "Calishers."
1
Women's Norfolk Blouse & Linen Suits
Regularly sold at $7.50 to $8.50 these
suits are splendidly made, stylyish tub suits in white
and light shades.
I , STBHIS&N SATURDAY SPECIALS x
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:j: "Roimd-Up" Sale KP
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For Women's Dressses
Worth up to
Pretty combinations in Imported Gingham Tissues
handsomely made and trimmed in the latest style.
$a yj? For White Pique and
4r0 Poplin Dresses -worth
10.(W and $12.50.
50c and 75c Silks for
30 Cents
Plain shades and Kbvelties in Taffe
tas, Crepe De Chine and Marquisettes
Saturday 30c.
45c Mercerized Poplins 29c
Poplins awl Piques in solid shades.
$sy A Q For Elegant White
frO Corduroy Skirts, -worth
$5.00.
32-in. Fancy Wash Silks
35 Cents
Regularly worth 60c all new and
dainty patterns, a very special Sat
urday bargain.
25c Novelty Voiles 15c
Very attractive patterns.
25 to 40 Cent Embroideries
Saturday 15 Cents
Saturday Specials
jTrom All Over the Store
IMti Tl-rvn "r IJ-t rrrt n dm
Hats Mexican t & "s sPeca :me embroideries includes fine
style'. A 3C baby edges and bands and rich Hainburgs, con-
tj? -xTii. n.- vent finished.
Hose Support
ers, parr
25c Paney Braids, - g?
6 yards 13
Silk Tie Laces
for
"Rubber Hair
card of 6
for
Grip
14c
c
Knit
c
IC
Curlers,
ic
6-inch Arabian Bands 15c
Entirely new adapted to
the new style Pannier effects.
French and German
Vals at
HALF PRICE
7 to 9 P. M. Specials
Glen's Athletic Nain
sook Under- rp a
wear ttC
Women's 25c
Yests, 7 to 9
p. m
"Women's 50c White 16
but. Silkette qn
Grloves. 935C
Peroxide Tooth Paste,
25c size, 7 to 9
p. m 'DC
Sanitol Pace Powder, 7
to9 15c
p. m Jt.9j
Laces worth up to o
10c, 7 to 9 p. m 5C
75e Featherbloom Black
Petticoats,
7 to 9 p. m
Children's 10c Ribbed
Hose, 7 to 9 p. m.,
pan-
n
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Curling Irons
for '.
c
S oz. bot. Bradley's Vio
let Amonia Toi- ' q
let Water ?C
Colgate's Turkish Bath
or Palm Soap, A
cake C
&1.00 Rubber
I Grloves . .
75.
Men's 75c Cuff Button
and Scarf Pin
Sets..
Elastic Seam
Drawers
Arrow-Brand
Collars
38c
39c
10c
.LONG KIMONOS EXTRA SPECIAL!
50c Pretty Lawn Ki- 75c Pine Lawn Ki- ?1.50 Kimonos, trim
monos, neatly trim- monos, tastefully de- med with wide satin
med 39c signed 48c bands 98c
See the special window display of these es-tra special bargains!
Middy Blouses 89 and 98 Cents
These two prices represent a showing of really fine
Middys, in all the new, wanted styles, excelently made
an sizes ana are worth $1.2o and $1.50
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Q
Worth $1.25 for ; DuC
Handsome styles, prettily made all sizes.
Worth $2.00 for bl.US
Extra deep. flounce of lace or embroidery, very full cut.
Wcimen's 25c Silk Lisle
Hose, in light shades only
15c
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(CALISHER DEPARTMENT STORE CO., INCJ
43c I f
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5c I :3
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N .Children's Fine Ribbed
4lose, white, blk and cols.
0KE week more and your chance to buy
Summer Footwear at H.-TJ. Shoe Co.
"Round-Up" Sale Prices will be ended.
There is nothing reserved you have choice from every pair
of shoes in slock al reduced prices.
Men's
Shoes
$5.00 grades for
?4.50 grades for
$3.65
?4.00 grades for
$3o35
$3.50 grades for
$2.85
$3.00 grades for
$2.40
$2.50 grades for
$1.90
NOTHING
RESERVED.
Children's Women's
Shoes
$3.00 grades for
$250 grades for
$1.85
$2.00 grades for
$1.55 -
' $1.75 grades for
$1.45
$150 grades for
$1.30
$1.25 grades for
$1.05
$1.00 grades for
85c
V.
Shoes
$5.00 grades for
$3.85
$4.o 0 grades for
$3.60
$4.00 grades for
$3.30
$350 grades for
$2.80
$3.00 grades for
$250 grades for
$1.85
$2.00 grades for
$1.55
Do not let this opportunity pass to pur
chase Summer footwear at such reduc
tions as noted above only one
u)ee more of the H-U Shoe Co.
"Round-Up" Shoe Sale.
f::: 'ftf'7TM m h nnnmnmmmmttn II tl m mZ4srm& 1 ::
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Raus Mit 'Em
Extra Special For Tomorrow
300 pairs Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, broken lots and
sizes, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00 values. While they last,
a paii- -.- $2.45
200 pairs Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps, broken lots and
sizes, $3.50 and $4.00 values, during this sale Extra
Special .$1.95
100 pairs Ladies' High Lace and Button Shoes, broken
lots and sizes, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 values. Extra
Special, a pair .$1.65
GREATER EL PASO7 5
Hfri X GREATEST SHOE STORE 'l
BOWLING ALLEYS
TO ARRIVE SHORTLY
EWS
BREVITIES
Train Bulletin.
All the afternoon and night trains
for Friday are reported on time.
Dr. Gerbcr, 318 Mills Bids'., diseases
of women, and rectal diseases.
of .approximately 5100.000 from his
wife, formerly Mrs. Roe. of Fort
"Worth, Texas, by the fraudulent power
of attorney, returned a verdict late
last night finding Tufts guilty. He
was remanded for sentence. His at
torneys indicated that an appeal may
be taken.
with the Pullman company as a.
conductor, running out of El Paso.
Dr. J. H. Paset. dentist. 501-502 Kob-erts-Banner
Bids'., phono 1650.
SHOE- r.nMPANVl
203 Mesa
i
Ul
.state?
They Will Be Installed in
the Pavilion at
Cloudcroft.
Cloudcroft, JT. SL, July 12. The new
oowiing alleys will arrive in a -ew
days. They will be installed in the
pavilion, which has been used for a
skating rink.
W, AL Johnston is spending a few
daysyat the Lodge.
Ben F. Wright, of El Paso, is regis
tered at the Lodge.
B. H. Pierce, of El Paso, spent Wed
nesday and Thursday at the Lodge.
The weather continues cool and fair
with an occasional shower. The ther
nicmetr Thursday at J o. m. stood at
GS.
The regular Thursday evening dance
was held at the pavilion.
B. J. Viljoen and wife are spending
some time at the Lodge.
.3Ir- -?LAr- 'ne will cntertai'i her
frli'i-Gs Friday aftern.jjn witn a "thim
ble party."
Among those registering- at the Lodge
Ben F Wright, S. F. Miller. B. H.
Pierce. El Paso; Mrs. E. A. Moseley,
Beaumont, Tex.; W. M. J-hnston. F. .
y. M. Clark, EI Paso.
PLAGUE SITUATION
SHOWS IMPROVEMENT
AVas4unton. IX C, Julv 12. The
bubonie plague situation in Porto Rieo
and Cuba is reported today as improved.
A patient at Havana suspected to have
been afflicted died last nisht.
Jrom San Juan, Porto Rico, it was
announced there ncre no new cases yes
terday. The war on plague carrying rats
is joins on throughout the islands and
at all American ports where vessel
tradmj with the West Indies touch. At
Havana 17G rates were killed yesterday.
charge smrso.v with
SIIOOTIXG AT II. FlSSI-n.
Following the shooting affair which
occurred in the G. H. yards Thursday
night about 9 oclock. when two shots
were alleged to have been fired at II.
Fissle, John Simpson was arrested and
taken to the police station where he
was charged with assault to murder.
None of the shots took effect. Simp
son was arrested by C. T. Smith and
officer Frank Williams In his room on
Overlsnd street
It was alleged that Simpson was
at one time in the employ of the rail
road company in the air department,
but had been discharged. Fissle is
foreman of that department. Simpson
was transferred to the county jail Fri
day morning, after the comnlaint
harping him with assault to murder
W3 filed in justice E. B. McClintotks
uujw
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, 115 X Stanton St. Both phonea.
AVnllpnper and paper hanging at re
duced prices. Golding, 110 S. Stanton.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
NOTICE. DEMOCRATS.
A GRAXD DEMOCRATIC RALLY
uif T Ti iTwm Ann mlfi? ntrnm
HOUSE TONIGHT AT S OCLOCIv. .XD
WILL DE ADDRESSED BY HON. JO
SEPH M. N'EALO:, HON. PARK TIT
MAJY. II OX. A. S. J. EYLAR AXD
MAYOR 1CELLY. EVERYBODY IS IX
V1TED TO ATTEND, ESPECIALLY
THOSE WHO ARE IXCLIXED TO
FAVOR THE OI'POXEXTS OF THE
REGULAR ORGANIZATION'. COME
OUT AXD HEAR THE ISSUES AXD
THE MEN" DISCUSSED FAIRLY. SO
BRASS BAND.
Get Wlllinms's prices on painting and
papering, 223 S. Stanton. Phone 40SS.
Head 'WIir Down the Ring?"
in Texas Union, on sale now at Cur
ran's book store and A. E. Ryan's drug
store, 5 cents.
Xciv Mall Boxes.
Mail boxes have been established by
the postoffice at the fallowing street
intersections: Kansas and River; Flor
ence and Cliff; Arizona and Newman;
Montana and Merchant: Bliss and ICay
ner; Oro and Luna; Tularosa and Luna;
Cypress and Pledras.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. R, M. Ratllff. dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratlifi. 201-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Dr. Nettie Satterlcc. osteopath, 603
American Bank Bldg.. phones 141. 34S3.
Dr. R. M. Ratllff. dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratllff, 204-5-S Caples Bldg.
Dr. Jnmlcson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
Becomes Pullman Conductor.
H. Martin has taken employment
Read "'Why Dorm the Rlngf
in Texas Union, on sale now at Cur
ran's book store and A. E. Ryan's drug
store, 5 cents.
Card of "Thanks.
I wish to tender my heartfelt grati
tude to all those who were so kind an
sympathetic to me in my recent be-
T0ft T'aniAni'
reavement.
Mrs. F. W. Thommee,
' Sierra Blajica, Tex.
CLAPP IS FIXED $200;
HAD MOXEY THAT LOOKED GOOD
C. L. Clapp, arrested by officer Lang
lois Thursday at noon on a charge ot
being a suspicious character, was fined
?260 by judge Adrian Pool, Thursday
afternoon. Among the genuine $101
in cash recovered from Clapp at the
police station were a number of tills
that had the appearance of being the
real thing. Clapp had some "phony"
dice. He wore an Elk's pin, and had an
Elks' card.
BUSTE1
Takes Trip to Mountains.
Britton Davis left Thursday after
noon for a horseback trip to Cloudcroft.
He took a pack horse along to carry
his bedding and grub sack and ex
pects to spend two weeks in the
mountains.
Dr. Robinson, diseases of children,
'emoved to 211-212 Roberts-Banner.
Dr. Brynn, .dentist, 107 Jil Paso street
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
30l West Missouri street.
Had Tivo Pistols.
George Walder was arrested Thurs
day night by the police on a charge
of disturbing the peace. When
searched at the police station two pis
tols were taken from him.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 32S Mesa Ave.
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street.
Dr. Burton, dentist. 68 Mills Bldg.
Dr. U". D. Garrett, diseases of the stom
ach and intestines. 51C-51S Mills Bldg.
Tufts Found Guilty.
Los Anc:ele, Calif.. July 12. The
3Ui' in Hi. fiv of Oornmn Tufts jr,
ai.usid. of hawnj; gaintd pos&essioii
RESOLVED:
BU JTER. BROWN
BREAD 1-5 KNOWN
TO BE THE BEJT
BREAD, THAT'J
THE REASON THE
PURITY BAKERJ
HAVE TO WORK
OVERTIME
Why Las Purity Bak
ing Co.'s bread be
come recognized as
the best bread? That
is simple. Because the
bakery that makes
that bread puts only the best
quality of materials into it.
It is made and baked by ex
pert bakers under ideal con
ditions, in properly con
structed ovens insuring uni
formity of heat and perfect
baking. Each loaf wrapped
in waxed paper.
Buster Brown Bread for sale by all grocers.
MADE BY
BAKING
COMPANY
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