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Saturday, October 5, 1912
Every Item Quoted Represents a Saving to You Every Item a Necessity For Fall and Winter At a Price to Attract Instant
SUNHY MONDAY SOAP.
8 bars for 0r
Limit 8 bars J
J-MRBANKS' GOLD DUST.
5c CLARES THREAD 2 1-2c
Clark's est six cord spool
cotton, black or white, all
numbers, 8 to 10 a. m. only
Per Spool ?r
Limit 4 spools .... J'
No phone or mail orders.
CATSUP, Limit - J
2 bottles A I i
25c SATIN ART TICKING
Extra fine 1 fl
75c AND $1 JEWELRY 50c
A harvest of beautiful Gold
top Sterling, gilt, seed pearl
and Rhine stone bar pins,
pearl buckles, Rhine stone
hair bands, La Vallieres and
pearl and glass bead chains
Kecular tac ana jl.uu
24 in. BIRDEYE
Full 12 yard
EXTRA GRADE BROOMS.
Regularly 35c OP-
A complete assortment of
the several new "Majestic"
models for' Fall -wear are
shown in the extreme or
medium bust and long skirt
styles priced at $1.00,
FANCY SHELF OIL
In gold and colors,
scalloped, yard . .
1(A DEFENDER MILLS
SHEETING a -
A Ready to Wear Harvest
$12.50 and $15.00 Coals at dQ CA
Women's Long Coats, in a splendid choice of light or dark colors, r'',"V
with fancy or plain collars and cuffs, in pljin or fancy striped materials, some
with plaid trimmings. This is a most exceptional value.
Children's $8.50 Coa,ts at
Boys' and Girls' Fall and Winter weight coats in light or dark j w
colors presenting the newest effects in fancy plaids and stripes, with fancy
wide collars and cuffs. Made to sell at $8.50.
$25.00 and $30.00 Suits at $18 71!
A beautiful gathering of Women's high grade Tailored Coat Suits T A U "
in blue and black, diagonal serges, unfinished serges and Novelty mixtures, with
silk braid bindings, cutaway styles, all late Fall models, satin lined.
$18.50 and $22.50 Suits at tfj-l O 7C
Presenting an excellent choice of New Fall models, in' plain or (' "
fancy materials, excellently made and silk lined," a special Harvest Sale value.
Misses' Dancing Frocks
Beautiful Chiffon evening dresses for Misses and small women in
desired shades, charming and dainty creations, really worth $18.00.
$8.50 Tailored Skirts at
In a sreat assemblage of handsome'Fall Styles, dark or light colors,
beautifully trimmed in new effects with braid and fancy buttons, worth to $8.50.
$5.00 Messaline Slips at
Beautiful Princess Slips in evening shades, daintily trimmed
with lace, worth $a.00.
A Harvest on the Third Floor
$8.00 Roll Edge Mattresses
Full 45 lb. cotton felt, covered with fine grade art ticking. In
pretty designs. A Harvest Sale Special at $5.50.
$3.50 Odorless Dustless Pillows, Pair
Guaranteed, covered with fine quality art feather tick strictly
$5.00 Sample Pictures at . "
Beautiful subjects in Circassian walnut frames and mats A
splendid choice of large and medium- sizes.
MONDAY, FOR THE HAR
VEST SALE, there will be a
gathering of beautifully
trimmed hats, priced at
$4.95 $8.50 and $10
That will surpass anything
ever offered before. Clever
j copies of imported dress and
street hats with a distinct
ive touch of character to
them found only at "Cal
sshers." Handsome, rich
trimmings lend a charm to
these hats seldom seen in
any but high priced import
1-3 and 1-2 Off.
the regular values for the
big Harvest Sale. This spe
cial offer applies to a splen
uid gathering of children's
fine sample hats, that would
regularly sell at from $1.25
on up to $3.50, presenting a
vast choice of beautifully
Harvesting in Linens
Extra Special Values
65c BLEACHED A Q
DAMASK AT OC
An extra good heavy quality.
Excellent grade all linen.
18 IN. SILVER BL. . . $ -j e r-
NAPKINS, DOZ . .. PLdD
All linen, heavy quality.
72 IN. LINEN 'SHEETING OO
An extra good quality, all linen.
90 IN. LINEN SHEETING e0
Strictlv all linen, heavy grade.
50c IRISH WAISTING o Q
36 in. wide A splendid quality.
75c LINEN HUCK p-r-
TOWELS at OOC
Emb. Seal, ends, in fancy patterns.
17x34 BORD. HUCK r
Worth 10c, a Harvest special.
BORDERED HUCK HAND
An extra good 6c value.
BLEACHED BATH -j Or-
TOWELS AT 'ZC
Heavy quality, regularly 15c
EXTRA LARGE BATH 90.
A splendid quality, ,worth 45c
BEAUTIFUL KIMONO - o
FLANNELETTES I V2 C
New patterns heavy quality.
PRETTY KIMONO CHALLIS
PRETTY KIMONO -j f
In Persian and lloral patterns.
CHILDREN'S 75c SWEATERS
In red only, sizes 2 and 3. - ;
CHILDREN'S $1.25 PAJAMAS AT ' -i':. -1
Dainty patterns, in flannelette- .':. T.
CHILDREN'S SLEEPING ROBES
In white, semi-fleeced cotton, with closed feet, worth 65c
CHILDREN'S SATEEN BLOOMERS
Black only worth 50c
INFANTS KNIT SACQUES
in dainty colors, worth 39c . .
BOYS' $1.00 SCRATCH FELT HATS
In gray, brown and black
in Silks and Dress Goods
NEW ELASTIC Cfl- x
BELTS AT OlC
Gilt, silver and gunmetal
buckles, in a splendid line of
50c FOWNES' QQ
GLOVES AT ....O&C
2 clasp doubje tipped silk
gloves in a large assortment
YARN SOX ..
(Limit 6 pairs)(Basement).
A splendid assortment of
pretty Dresden, satin and
taffeta ribbons, 4 to 6 in.
wide, in shaded and novel
effects worth to 45c
z fil Sliiiffl(1
$1.00 NOVELTY DRESS SILKS,
Presenting a beautiful choice of desired shades
and new patterns.
$1.50 VELVET TAFFETAS AT &Q-
In a full range of light and dark colors and new O t V
$1.25 AND $1.50 DRESS GOODS AT Q
44 to 54 in. wide, m serges, whipcords and
novelty effects worth to $1.50. '
$1.50 BLACK DRESS GOODS AT 170
In plain and fancy designs, self tigured. in ' f
stripes and plaids.
$2.00 54 in. BROADCLOTH AT
An excellent grade, in all desired colors,
full 54 in. wide.
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
WHITE SERGE SUITINGS SPECIAL Extra special
values for the Harvest, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.
A Harvest in Notions
"Best Hold" Shell and Amber Hair
pins, 4, 6 and 12 in a box 25c
30c Silk Erjll and Plain Elastic, yd 25c
75c Needle books, with scissors 48c
Pearl Buttons, Ligne 20 & 22 ,doz. . .5c
10c Delong's Hooks and Eyes, 2 doz.
on card black or white for 7c
Japanned wire hair pins ass't. sizes
invisible and heavy, box 5c
5c large silk hair nets 5 for 10c
5c celluloid collar supports, 5 cards. 10c
Aluminum thimbles all sizes 6 for . . 5c
Xronihg wax, with handle, 6 for 5c-
White Corset laces 2 1-2 yds. long ,
6 for 5c
Imported Dress Patterns and Novelty Robes in beautiful
English effects and rich colorings, specially priced for
the big Harvest Sale.
5s & I eH '' ill 1 1 7
Notice! f 7
75c UNION 3 LN 1 SUITS.
Fall weight Misses q Q
and children's .. . 5t3C
9-4 UNBLEACHED DE
FENDER Mills o
Norwood Sheeting mUC
For the Harvest Sale we
have specially prepared a
splendid showing of Wom
en's, Misses and Children's
Gowns, Sleeping Robes, Bath
Robes, Pajamas and Kimo
nos at unusually low prices.
WOMEN'S $2.00 DRESSES
Pretty Lawns trimmed with
wide lace bands (f 1 f
and edges pJLVv
$5.00 WOOL TAILORED
SKIRTS Art qo
A big assort- j)0
ment, new models.
SUITS FOR STOUT
An excellent gathering of
these extra size suits are
shown here in black, blue,
brown and English mixtures
reflecting the best design
ers' most favored models
especially priced for the
"Harvest Sale" at from
FULL SIZE COTTON
Regular 75c, white OIC
fancy borders. (Basement)
50c' BLACK SILK nv
HOSE, Mill Mend- &SC
ers, pure silk (Basement).
$1.25 CHALLI AND CREPE
prettily trimmed, 2OC
light or dark.
$1.50 FLANNELETTE KI-
fNS CI 0?
In pleasing i J. J
patterns, neatlv trimmed.
SZ50 FLANNELETTE KI
MONOS AT .-tfJI" Q?
handsome gar- plitU
ments in extra quality.
POUND CAN TALCUM
Violet corylopsis .
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r.i ts N
Texas & Pacific train No. 5 from the
east, due at 3:05 p. m., is reported to
arrive at 10:35 p. m.: Southern Pacific
train No. 2, due in El Paso from the
-west at 5:12 p. m is reported to ar
rive at 6:12 p. mu: S. P. train No. 10.
due In El Paso at 9:15 p. m., is re
ported to arrive at 1:5 a. m. All other
afternoon and evening trains will ar
rive on time.
Prompt Hacfc Service.
Pomeroys hacks are at tho barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Committers to Meet Sunday.
The committees of the Os-Aple Ju
bilee will meet at the chamber of com
merce at 11 ocloclc Sunday morning.
Dr. Ifettle Satterlee, osteopath. 609
American Bank Blds phones 141. 34S3.
Tr. Jones, foot specialist. Mills Bids.,
cures evil smelling feet. Open) evenings.
Mexican Herald on Sal
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news o what hap
pens In Mexico.
A Poet Here.
EI Paso now possesses a regular
poet. He Is a San Antonio product,
transplanted. El Paso soil being con
sidered more productive of the poetic
stuff. He is R. K. Marcotte, and he
will appear in El Paso with original
readings during the Os-Aple Jubilee.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Edwin Gonld to Pass Through.
Edwin Gould, son of the late Jay
Gould, will arrive in El Paso, Sunday
night on Texas & Pacific train No. 5.
He is the president of the St Louis &
Dr. Jos. C Darracott.
S19-320 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, IIS N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Y-TiUt Council Meets.
The alleged city council of "T-ville"
held its regular meeting at the T, M.
C A. Friday night The city aldermen
reported to the council the condition
of the town , and the chamber had a
busy session. Civic government, which
is also playing an Important part In
the meetings of the council, was intro
duced and discussed by the aldermen.
Corns! Don't have them. See Mrs. Ben
son, 326 Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
Dr. Cameron, dentist 228 Mesa Ave.
Miners to Resume Work.
Butte, Mont, Oct 5. President M. M.
Donahue, of the Montana Federation of
Labor, says that the miners affiliated
with the Unfted Mine "Workers of
America, who laid down their tools in
all Montana coal mines last Friday,
pending the adoption of a new wage
scale, will accept the proposed scale
and work will be resumed next week.
liovrest prices on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Golding. 110 S. Stanton.
Import 31exlcan Cattle.
The Opitz Cattle company imported a
carload of Mexican cattle Saturday
morning. The cattle will be slaugh
tered in El Paso.
Dr. R. M. Ratliff, dentist Sue, to Drs.
Paget &, Ratliff. 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Boy Slayer Is Caught.
St Anthony, Idaho, Oct 5. Arthur
Whltaker, aged 12 years, was captured
after he had been driven by hunger
from his hiding place in a haystack,
where he took refuge after he had shot
and killed his mother. The boy was
taken to tne county jail, where he re
lated withont a tear and with unshaken
voice how he had killed his mother.
Charles Owen, attorney, moved
318-19 Trust Bldg.; phone 202.
Say He Claimed To Be Detective.
A. B. Fishbang was arrested by the
police Friday night on a charge of be
ing a suspicious character. It was al
leged that he was claiming to be a
Dr. J. n. Paget, dentist 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1650.
For liouNe wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
Admiral Young's Funeral Sunday.
New York. N. Y., Oct 5. Funeral
services for rear admiral Lucien Young,
U. S. N., who died suddenly here "Wed
nesday,' will be held from the naval
hospital, Brooklyn, Sunday afternoon.
The funeral Monday forenoon at "Wash
ington will be military.
Dr. Kline, diseases of lung3 stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Cose I Dismissed.
The case against Lee Glasscock for
reckless driving of an automobile was
dismissed Friday afternoon by judge
Dr. A. T. still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chler;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 "West Missouri street
Kills Hon With Stxshooter.
Cheyenne. "Wye, Oct 5. George
Fisher killed a 275-pound mountain lion
with a revolver near Hecla, 20 miles
west of Cheyenne, as the beast wound
ed by the. first shot, was charging him.
"When the lion was within 50 feet of
him, Fisher killed It with a well di
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Arrested on Indictment.
Jack Hamilton and Mamie Hamilton
were arrested Friday by the sheriffs
department on a grand jury indictment
charging them with receiving and con
cealing stolen property. The defend
ants were released on ?200 bond each,
given for their appearance for trial In
the county court
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Falls From "Window; Is Killed.
Chicago, 111. Oct 5. Sirs. A. E. Tay
lor, wife of Dr. A. E. Taylor, former
professor of psychology at the Univer
sity of California, was killed by a fall
from a window on a third floor of a
downtown hotel. Mr. Taylor, who was
in the room at the time, said her death
was accidental. The police are Inves
tigating a report that Mrs. Taylor
leaped from the window.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist '216-218 Mills Bldg.
Claims He AVns Pursued.
Raefel Dominguez, who was a vis
itor at the police station at 3 oclock
Saturday morning, insisted that un
known persons were after him for the
purpose of slaying him. He was later
locked up on a charge on being insane.
Dr. O. C. West, 309 Mills Bldg.
Falls 2U00 Feet; escapes Injury.
"Washington, D. C, Oct 5. Falling
in an aeroplane 2200 feet and escaping
with only a few scratches, was the ex
perience of "William Kabitske, a pro
fessional aviator at the army aviation
school at College Park, Md. He was
making aftwo-hour engine endurance
test, when the engine stopped suddenly
Stark Fined $5.
L. D. Stark, a South El Paso street
merchant, who was arrested Friday by
the police on a charge of maintaining
a nuisance and blocking the sidewalk,
was fined $5 by judge Adrian Pool Fri
day afternoon for the latter offence.
Needing glasses t See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Will Probe Mexico (Affairs.
Fenton McCreery. diplomatic ad
viser to senator William Alden Smith,
and Fred Ireland, the best known con
greslonal reporter in Washington, ar
rived with senator Smith Friday aft
ernoon and will take part in the In
vestigation of Mexican affairs here.
Dr. Anna Rcum, Buckler Bldg.
Charged "With Keeping a Vicious Dog.
Charles Barcleau. who it was al
leged was the owner of a dog that bit
a man by the name of Warock several
days ago, was arrested by the police
Friday for keeping a vicious dog.
Stuart makes nptodate photos. 228
Kennel Club Prints Catalog.
The prize list and catalog of the
annual Kennel club show is now be
ing printed and will be ready for dis
tribution Monday. The show will be
held in connection with the Os-Aple
jubilee during the week of Octo
Another A,viator Is Killed.
Hanover, Germany, Oct 5. August
Birkmeir was killed after flying around
the aerodrome here in his monoplane
when, making a curve, a wing tipped
too far. and the machine fell 50 feet
Birkmeir was dead when picked up.
MARK SMITH JOINS
Arizona Seuntor Thinks Wilson Will
"Win and Says It Looks as If Hunt
Had Overplnyed His Hand.
Senators three were in El Paso Fri
day evening. Senator A. B. 1-all, of
New Mexico, has been here all week.
Senator "William Alden Smith arrived
Friday arternoon from Los Angeles.
Senator Mark A. Smith, of Arizona, ar
rived Friday afternoon from the east
and the three senators went into execu
tive session in the Sheldon lobby to
talk about old times in the United
States senate, the greatest deliberative
body in the world, etc.
Senator Smith was on his way home
from Ohio and Indiana, where he had
been campaigning for Wilson and Mar
shall in the latter's own bailiwick. Sen
ator Smith wis delegate Smith before
he was promoted ana Arizona made a
state. He is one of the shrewdest po
litical seers in the southwest but he
refused to seer any for publication
H S. Department o Agricultite. :
WEATHER BUREAU ;,
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Obsarreticas taken at 8 3.m., seventy-fifth me
ildlan time. Air pressure reduced to sea lexol.
Ieouars (continuous llns) piss through points
of equal air pressure. Iscthikxs (dotted Unas)
pass through points of canal tamperature; drawn
only for sero. froezins, 00. tnd 100.
O clear; Q partly cloudy; cloudy;
rain; snow; report mlssins.
Arrovrs fly with the wind. First aeures, temper
ature: secosd. precipitation or .01 Inch or mora
for past 21 hours; third, roaximuci wind velocity.
while he was here, excusing himself
with the statement that he had been
away from the firing line of Arizona
politics too long to talk of recent po
litical history in his home state.
Of politics in the middle west, he had
much to say. It was the general
opinion that Wilson would carry the
middle west as a protest against Taft's
inactivity and Roosevelt's radicalism.
He said that he had talked with the
men who were going to cast the de
ciding vote in these states and that
the majority were for Wilson.
"What of Gov. Huntr
"Having been away from Arizona I
did not know of the recent events there
until I was told here of what had hap
pened in my state." he said. "From
this distance it looks as if Hunt had
overplayed his hand, however."
' El Paso, Saturday. Oct 5, 1912.
El Paso and Vicinity Showers to
night or Sunday; cooler Sunday.
New Mexico Bain tonight and prob
ably Sunday; colder Sunday.
West Texas Unsettled; showers to
night or Sunday: colder tonight in
north portion; colder Sunday.
Albert L. Wilcox is spending a few
days in the city on the way from New
York to San Francisco. He is connect
ed with F. G. Baum & Co.. of San
Francisco, and is en route to Lima,
Peru. He will put in a hydro-electric
plant at the Cerro de Pasco mines.
FREPAItE FOR WINTER.
Preparations for the winter were be
ing made at the police station Saturday
morning by the instalatioa of a stove.
El Paso readings.
6 a. m. 6 p. m.
wroraoior isok. level.) 23.76 23
Dry thermometer 55
Wet theratooMMr 50
Dew point.... 46
Relative humidity... . 72
Direction of wind N.
Velocity of wind 2
State of weather Clear Pt Cldy
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hours 82
Lowest temp, last 12 hours 54
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 9.2 feet Fall In last
24 hours, 0 1 foot