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Thursday, Octob'er 3, 1912
.The QdSsher Department Store Co., (Inc.) .
"Made In El Paso" Home Products Exposition today,
Friday, Saturday and Saturday night till 10 p. m.
Handsome somenirs distributed daily. See the Old
Oaken Bucket McEl wain's Studio. (Basement Bal
m J.M-vi-5v . -
One and all, you El Pasbans and the strangers within her gates
jve desire to express,- through this medium our heartfelt thanks for
file appreciation you showered upon us last night at our opening
for there is nothing in this world quite so gratifying as to have
one's efforts to please acknowledged as you did ours last night.
Again let us thank you from the management down to the cash
boys and let us hope for the pleasure of your continued visits to
After the Reception
and we received "all El Paso" and thousands from Mexico and the Val
ley, we commence today our big
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Ji " tr y s Vy iwJra f v -i25
COS South Virginia St.
Ihe Is Beautiful
with the greatest values noted yet.
40 in. Crepe de Chine In
new .rail shades; wortn
56 in. Velvet Taffeta Pull
range of colors; -worth $1.50.
price .... . sJs
45 in. Channeuse Fash
ion's favorite; worth $2.25.
Sale ( 7Q
price .r. vp JL S &
Tapestry Portieres In col
ors, with borders; worth to
$6,50. Sale djyfl 7J"
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Trimmed Hats In the late
Fall styles; worth to $10.00.
Sale " I A ffc E?
2 Button Kid Gloves Ex
cellent trrade lamb skin;
worth $1.00. fiQ
Sale price OtC
56 in. Scotch Suitings In
new mannish effects; worth
price .... . .
50 in. Tapestries In beau
tiful designs; worth $3.50
to $450: C
Sale price ....) otO
Chiffon Waists Beauti
fully trimmed; worth $5.50.
price.... ... iJsJ
Messaline Petticoats In
every wanted shade; worth
to $3.75. dj-B EI-
Sale price pJ.eJJ
45 lb. Mattresses Fine tick,
stitched edge; worth $7.00.
Sale tfe CTh
Tailored Skirts Just in,
latest models; worth $8.50.
Tailored Suits All late
Fall models; worth $15 00.
Full Size Sheets Extra
heavy cotton; worth 65c.
price .... .. fffOC
Lenox Soap In basement
8 bars 5E
(Limit of 8 bars.)
Women's Waists Worth
$1.00. Sale AQe
16 Button Kid Gloves In
all new shades; worth $2.50.
82116 $1 QK
Women's Silk Hose In
DiacK, wmte ana tan; wortn
$1.25 Sale iyQ
Tailored Suits A splendid
assortment; worth to $22.50.
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SonTenlrs Dtatrlbntea Daily Durlns' the Exposition. !
jj Before the winter sea
son sets in let us reno-
flHj?$ft - --, . l tresses and Pillows
ii nu - Tio-n- fnr S1J50. sDrinirs restretched 75
You have no idea how it will improve mem. m "' j t snnitirv mattress thats monev
cents. We do all kinds of furniture repairing, besides manufacturing the best and most sanitary mattress that money
can buy and we do it right here in El Paso.
OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SOLICITED AND
GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ANUFACTURING ' CO.
because her work at
home is made easy
by the use of
She says that her
sink 'looks like new,
and the bath tub as
well. There is no
more scrubbing at her
house. Radium Spray
cleans woodwork, pol
ishes floors and is a
general -cleaner. A
Prize Cake Baking Contest!
SonTenlrs Distributed Dally During the Exposition.
Come Today Come TomorroTr Come Every Day.
1st riUZE $10.00 In Cash Donated by Kelly & Pollard.
2nd PRIZE $5.00 in Cosh, Donated by n Prominent Corporation.
3rd PRIZE 52.50 In Cash, Donated by The Potter Floral & Confectionery Co.
A Featnre of Much Interest to Every Woman In EI Paso. Three Cash Prlxes "Will Be Awarded for the Three Best Cakes Entered.
The Judges will be three prominent ladies of El Paso, who will not know Ty whom the cakes were baked. Bake your cake at home and send ifc to the
"Cake Contest Booth" Saturday, by 9 A. JL Prizes will be awarded Saturday at 3 P. IT, on the 3rd floor. All Cakes will be sold at auction on the 3rd
floor Saturday at 9 P. JL, and the proceeds donated to the Sunshine Society.
Be Sure To Attend the Exposition.
Come Every Day.
There Will Be Much To Be Seen
That Will Interest You.
i Di 0. II Eastman Kodaks 1
1 Apollo Flayer riano 1 - n , , , . 1
I . II iKL rhoto hunnhes I
i H 24 Hour Service Kodak Finishing pj
Ei im es
is one of the real features of the Fair at
Calisher'sandis also used with Reyes Orchestra.
Here, as everywhere, this Beautiful Instrument
stands out front the rest, superior and distinctive.
Because The Apollo Player Piano is the only
Player Piano embracing the three most essential
requirements to a perfect instrument: Transpos
ing Device, Automatic Rewind and Human
To see and hear the Apollo is in itself well
worth a visit to The Fair and you should cer
tainly make our exhibit your principal point of
W. G. Dunn & Co.
Trust Bldg. and
Calisher's Fair, 3rd Floor
24 Hour Service Kodak Finishing
Kodaks on Time Payments
W. tG. Walz Company
103 El Paso Street
See our Exhibit this week at Calisher's
Home Product Show- Wednesday, '
Thursday and Friday
Train JTo. 2. on the S. P. from the
west, due at 5:12 p. m.. Is repprted 12
hours late, and train No 10 on the S. P.
from the west, due at S 15 a. m.. will
arrive at 5:12 p. m. All other trains
are reported on time for Thursday aft
ernoon and evenins
Prompt Hact Service.
Fomeroy's hacks are at the' barn,
hitched, awaiting yonr calL Phones,
Bell 651-2444. . .
ed to the sheriffs department by the
appointment of George Villegas to that
position. Villegas received his com
mission as a peace officer Wednesday
afternoon 'from sheriff Peyton J. Ed
wards. The salary of the new deputy
is to be $70 per month, and when need
ed as an interpreter by any of the
courts, he will serve in that capacitv
free of charge. Hitherto intei
preters under the law were entitled to
the same fees as witnesses.
new color, it is probable that all fire
plugs in the city will be coated white
Dr. Kline, diseases of lungs stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bids.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach. In
testlnes, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Ballingcr Is Fined S25.
C. C Ballinger. who was arrested b
the police on a eharr nf Hiimmmr
I trash in the Cotton addition, was fined
I $25 in the corporation court Wednes
Dr. Isle nyde, osteopathic physi-
C.an S14 Mesa avpnnp nVinnv oico
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Corns! Dont have them. See Mrs. Ben
son, 325 Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
Held on Lunacy Charsre.
A complaint charging Mariano Avila
with lunacy was sworn put Wednesday
following his arrest by the police. He
will be transferred to the county jail.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap-
Stuart makes nptodate photos. 22S
Lovrest prices on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Golding, 110 S. Stanton.
Xegro Held lor $200 Bond.
James Kelly, a negro, was arrested
by the police Wednesday night on a
charge of vagrancy. He is being held
for a $200 bond
Dr. Nettie Sntterlee, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg phones 141. 34SS.
Charles Owen, attorney, moved to
818-19 Trust Bldg.; phone 202.
Kew Deputy to Be Interpreter.
Another deputy sheriff has been add'
Fire Plugs May Be White.
The fire plug at the central station
Is painted white with red trimmings.
Thursday morning that "he considered
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seen at ni"-bt i-ociiIHtk- , o -.
connection In the eent that? th
members gt the cty council like the
Dr. O. C. West, 309 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Anna Reum, Buckler Bldg.
Students to Present Flshts.
Boulder, Colo, Oct 3. The students
of the University of Colorado have
named a police force to prevent class
lights and keep order at student af
fairs. John Hall was appointed chief
of police by Bernard Seeman, president
of the Commission of Associated Students.
keeper in the bank Her husband was
of the bank. Mrs. Payne was a book
indicted by the grand jury several
vDr. Ebert, Dentist. '216-218 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of Kldnsjs,
bladder, rpdtum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Answers Bigamy Charge.
Colorado Springs, Colo , Oct 3. Dr.
Edgemont Welsh was put on trial in
the district court here on charges of
bigamy and perjury. It is alleged that
"he married Ivo Black here when he al
ready had a wife whom he married in
Fr house wiring and fixtures sea
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist, 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1650.
feeding glosses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers. Herald Bldg.
Bankers' Wire Indicted.
Boise. Idaho, Oct 3. The special
grand jury returned an indictment yes
terday against Mrs. Eugene Payne,
wife of the former cashier of the de
funct Boise State bank. The. indictment
rh3rTP! Afro Taxri ivrltK .! t
false entry la ihg dallx balance fcEoJii
Dr. A. T. 5UI1 Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira V. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street
417 Mesa Ave.
W. P. Buchanan,
MORE MORMON CATTLE
BROUGHT TO EL PASO
More Mormon cattle were brought
out of Mexico, Thursday morning when
the Cameron Cattle company imported
724 head through the local customs
port The cattle were brought from
the colonies near Casas Grandes. They
were driven overland from the colonies
to the station, where they were loaded
aboard Mexico North Western cars.
There have been many shipments of
Mormon cattle to the United States
during the past week. Wednesday about
800 head from the Diaz colony were im
ported at Dog Spring, N. M. Dr. J. Reid
who inspected the shipment, returned
from Dog Spring, Thursday morning.
WASHOUTS DELAYS S. P. TRAIXS
WEST OF YUMA, ARIZOXA
A washout on the Southern Pacific
railroad will tie up the trains from
the west indefinitely. Trains No. 2
and No. 10, on the Southern Pacific
the first due In El Paso at 5:25 p. m.
and No. 10 at 9.15 p. m. are both de
layed. In their stead a stub passenger
tdain will be made up at El Paso this
evening and will go out over the Sun
set leaving the union station at 10
Hot chocolate with whipped cream
jnd cake. Elite Confectionery.
Who ever saw a squash big as a watermelon?
Cotton stalks full of bolls? Cucumbers right off
the vine grapes just off the vine, pears, quinces,
other products? See how they grow
Our booth speaks for itself Remember Calisher's
exhibit of Home Products.
Real Estate Valley Lands & Insurance
Phone 1 227 City Property, Herald Bldg.
If you are omg to fence, get some J
of Lander's treated posts.
It's THE RED TAG SALE
Right Now that Saves
You' Money on
IV. H. LORETZ IS CHARGED
WITH RECKLESS DRIVING
A complaint charging W. H. Loretz
with reckless driving of an automobile
was sworn out Thursday morning fol
lowing a collision he is said to have
had at the corner of Mills and Stanton
streets with a Mexican boy on a bi
cycle. The boy was bruised and skinned
and his wheel practically demolished.
Eat National Oats.
Tou can taste the difference.
All grocers sell them.
TXS: Department ot Agriculture. ,
.fes WEATHER BUREAU
aats WEATHER BUREAU .L
238 U OW ' WILLISX-MOORE. Chie. V f$0t
2.955 30 , . ff L 0VJ3 , 23 V ) )Ta
Xi'rViO 23-35 rc&-r J
For house irtring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
Dr. R. 31. Ratllff, dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget &. Ratliff. 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist 22S Mesa Ave.
E1I smelling feet cured by Dr. Jones,
415-16 Mills Bldg. Open evenings.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, US N. Stanton St Both phones.
Dr. Jos. C. Darracott.
319-320 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Ross In Recovering.
Perry Ross, call boy at the El Paso
&. Southwestern railroad yards, who
recently underwent an operation, is re
covering rapidl and expects to be call
ing the sleeperg SS&iS soon,
Observations taken at 8 a.m.. seTenty-afth.nwp
Tldlan Umo. Air prersura reduced to sea. leTet
isosiBS (continuous linos) pass taroujfh points
of equal air pressure. Isotsemis (dotted line)
pass thronsft points of oqtm temperature: drawn
only for zero, freczlnc. 90. and lOP-
O cloar; parfl? clond7: cloudy;
rain: snow; report mlislnff.
rrotrs flfwlth tho xrind First flgures, t3naper
atuio: second, precipitation of .OX inch or mflre
for past at hours, third, maximum wind velocity.
CASES IN THE FEDERAL COURT
Gee Do, who was ordered sent back
to his native China by commissioner
Oliver several weeks ago. was told to
go back by judge Maxey when his case
came up for appeal at the federal
court Thursday morning. He will be
sent to China with the next shipment
Other cases of Chinamen who have
appealed their cases were taken under
ad-risement by judge Maxey Thursday
morning and decisions will be an
nounced later In all there are about
34 Chinese deportation cases to come
before the federal court
A snai lf0 "A" grade doors at a
bargain, Lander IiUinber Co, .
El Paso, Thursday, Oct. 3, 1912.
El Paso and vicinity Fair tonight
Ne Mexico Fair tonight and Friday;
not much change in temperature.
West Texas Generally fair tonight
and Friday; cooler tonight in north por-
NOVELIST DEFENDS WOMEN'
WHO SMOKE CIGARETS
San Bernardino, Cat. Oct 3. Cigaret
smoking by women is not injurious
and its opposition obtains only among
'provincial classes" and "backw oods na
tives" declared Mrs. Gertrude Atherton,
the novelist The declaration was raade
in answer to a criticism aimed at her
by the anti cigaret league of Los An
Mrs. Atherton declared that if tha
people of Los Angeles desired her not
to speak there, it would be perfectly
agreeable to her.
See exhibit 33 at Home Products Ex
position Scott Whit? & Co
Hot drinks. Elite Confectlonerr.
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6p m.
Barometer (sea level) 29 98 29 Si
Dry thermometer 57 69
Wet thermometer 55 61
Dew point , 54 56
Relative humidity S9 57
Direction of wind SF E.
Velocity of wind 3 8
State of weather .. . Clear. Clear.
Rninfaal 1st 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hrs . 72
Lowest temp, last 12 hrs 56
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark 0.2 fepK Full in last
24 hours, 0.1 foot.