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EI, PASO HERALD
Monday, October 7, 1912
75c AND $1 JEW
. ELEY 50c
A harvest of beau
tiful gold top ster
ling, gilt, seed
pearl and Rhine
stonq tax pins,
pearl buckles, hair
bands, La Vallieres
and pearl and glass
bead chains Rec-
ular 75c and 1.00
TUESDAY, FOR THE HAR
VEST SALE, there win be a
gathering of beautifully
trimmed hats, priced at
$495 $8.50 and $10
That -will surpass anything
erer offered before. Clever
copies of imported dres3 and
street hats with a distinct
ive touch of character to
them found only 3t "Cal
ssher,8, 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
did 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
Texas and Pacific train No. 3, due
in El Paso at 8:40 a. el, is reported to
arrive at 4:40 p. m., and No. 5 from the
east, due at 9:05 p. nt, is reported to
.irrlve at 10:35 p. m, G. H. & S- A.
train No. 7, due In El Paso at 7:30
p. nx, is reported to arrive at 2:30 a.
m. All other afternoon and even
ing trains of Monday are reported to
be on time.
Prompt Hack: Service.
Pomeroy"s hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting yonr call. Phones,
Edirln Gould Passes Through.
Edwin Gould, son of the late Jay
Gould, passed through El Paso Sun
day night with a party of Mends In
the private car "Dixie." They are
enroute eo the "west.
Dr. Nettle Satterlee, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg., phones 141. 3483.
Candidate for Senator Robbed.
Chicago, 111., Oct. 7. The Jiotel
apartments of Col. James Hamilton
Lewis, Democratic candidate lor
Jnlted States senator, were robbed.
The police have been notified that
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Harvest Time is in full swing at " Calisher 's," for such a
gathering of needful merchandise at the unusually low
prices quoted can conservatively be named, "A Harvest
of Wonderful Savings."
Harvesting Bargains in Harvesting Bargains in
$12.50 AND $15.00 COATS
Women's Long Coats, in a splendid
choice of light or dark colors, with
fancy or plain collars and cuffs, in plain
or fancy striped materials, some with
plaid trimmings. This is a most excep
CHILDREN'S $8.50 COATS
Boys' and Girls' Fall and Winter weight
coats in light or dark colors presenting
the newest effects in fancy plaids and
stripes, with fancy wide collars and
cuffs. Made to sell at $8.50.
$25.00 & $30.00 SUITS in nf
A beautiful gathering of Women's High
Grade Tailored Coat Suits 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 & $22.50 SUITS Al O yJ-
Presenting an excellent choice of New
Fall models, in plain or fancy ma
terials, excellently made and silk lined,
a special Harvest Sale value.
$&50 TAILORED SKIRTS
In a great 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 MESS ALINE SLIPS rtQ Q-
Beautiful Princess Slips In evening,
shades, daintily trimmed with lace,
Jewels to tho value of between $5,000
and $10,000 were stolen.
Ir. Jones, foot specialist, Mills Bldg.,
cures evil smelling feet. Open evenings.
Gives $150,000 to Protect Birds.
New York, Oct. 7. A gift of $150,
000 by Mrs. Russell Sage in behalf of
the birds of North America Is an
nounced today. Mrs. Sage has spent
approximately this summer In the
purchase of marsh islands, southwest
of New Orleans, with the intention of
dedicating it in perpetuity as a refuge
for wild birds.
llexicnn Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in Bl Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
AVomnn Acts as Commissioner.
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 7. Mrs.
David Chambers McCan, club woman
and society leader here, has an
nounced she has accepted the posi
tion of civil service commissioner ten
dered her by mayor Alexander. Mrs.
McCann Is said to be the first wo-
! man civil service commissioner In the
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Will Lease Coal Lands.
Washington. D. C, Oct 7. Yielding
to the demands of conservationists
that coal lands hereafter be leased by
the government to private concerns
1 Because our Model Dairy is kept up to the Highest
phase of efficiency by the most vigorous system of
2 Because every bottle is STERILIZED with live steam
and is CLEA3L
3 Because the bottling is done by sterilized machinery.
4 Because our creamery is scrubbed clean from ceiling
to floor twice each day.
5 Because the bottling is done in the pure, germ free
country air, right at our Model Dair.
6 Because our milk is refrigerated almost to the freez
ing point before bottling.
7 Because it is hauled to town under ice delivered"
under ice kept continually, iced.
8 Because you can not purchase cleaner, belter milk at
9 Because 2000 families in El Paso prefer it aud will
trust no other kind.
10 Because it is a highly specialized product sold- at a
low ordinary price.
11 Because every cow is tuberculin tested under the
- direction of the Board of Health.
12- Because our herd has grown from 1 cow to 1000 by
25 years of square dealing with Hie people of El
Paso. Doesn't that mean something to you?
And Every Cent Protects Your Life and Health
rtment Store Cos First Annual
Dress Goods & Linens
65c BLEACHED DAMASK
An extra good heavy quality.
$1.00 BLEACHED DAMASK
Excellent grade all linen.
18- IN. SILVER BLEACH- d -a e j-
ED NAPKINS, doz P 1 ,0
All linen, heavy quality.
72 IN. LINEN SHEETING QQ
An extra good quality, all linen.
90 IN. LINEN SHEETING qq
Strictly all linen, heavy grade.
50c IRISH WAISTING LINEN o f
36 in. wide A splendid quality.
$1 NOVELTY DRESS SILKS n7
Presenting a beautiful choice of desired '
shades and new patterns.
$1.50 VELVET TAFFETAS rr
In a full range of light and dark colors
and new Fall shades.
$1.25 & $1.50 DRESS GOODS Q-
44 to 54 in. wide, in serges, whipcords
and novelty effects worth to $1.50.
$1.50 BLACK DRESS GOODS rj q
In plain and fancy designs, self figured,
in stripes and plaids.
$20 54 in. BROADCLOTH
An excellent grade, in all desired colors,
full 54 in. wide.
instead of allotted or sold, the inter
ior department has announced that
the plan will be tried. As a result
Van H. Manning, assistant director
of the bureau of mines, has gone to
Wyoming to complete' the leasing of
2,480 acres to a local corporation.
Ha"e your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas F.Iectrical Supply
Co.. IIS N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Engine Boiler Explodes; Three Hurt.
Salida, Colo., Oct. 7. Two men were
probably fatally injured and a third
was blown several feet but suffered
only slight injuries, when engine No.
1165 of the Denver & Rio Grande rail
road, pulling a train of 40 freight cars
loaded with merchandise, exploded at
Americus siding 30 miles west of
Dr. Annn Renin, Buckler Bldg
Stuart makes nptodate photos.
Confesses 573,000 Theft.
Oakland, Calif.. Oct. 7. Robert Holt
alias Claxton, surrendered to the Oak
land police, and confessed that he,
had stolen 575,000 from the Australian
government while employed as a
clerk with the Royal Australian artil
lery, at Sydney N. S. W.
Holt said he "took 525,000 from a
safe and later stole and cashed a
draft for $50,000. Holt said the thefts
were committed late last February,
You Should Buy Only
Country - Bottled Milk
Phones 340 and
A complete assort
ment of the sev
eral new "Majcs
tiq" models for
Fall wear are
shown in the ex
treme or medium
E skirt styles, priced
at ?2.00, $1.50 and
WOMEN'S $Z00 DRESSES
Pretty Lawns trimmed with
wide lace bands tf ff
and edges .. J) JL VrU
$5.00 WOOL TAILORED
A big assort
ment, new models.
75c UNION 3 IN 1 SUITS.
Fall weight Misses QQ
and children's ... OOC
9-4 UNBLEACHED DE
FENDER Mills nn
Norwood Sheeting VC
$1.25 CHALLI AND CREPE
prettily trimmed, tOC
light or dark.
$1.50 FLANNELETTE KI
MONOS tfj -s y j
In pleasing tJ5.fi. Q
patterns, neatly trimmed.
$2.50 FLANNELETTE KI
MONOS AT ..rh- qe-
handsome gar- P JL 0
ments in extra quality.
45c RIBBONS jq
A splendid assortment of
pretty Dresden, satin and
taffeta ribbons, 4 to 6 in.
wide, in shaded and novel
effects worth to 45c
soon after he became attached to bat
tery No, 1 of the Royal artillery.
Dr. Jos. C. Darracott.
319-320 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Bovee Now In Spain.
George Bovee has arrived at his
destination, Barcelona, Spain, accord
ing to a postal received Monday
morning- by sergeant W. H. Greet.
Corns! Don't have them. See Mrs. Ben
son. 32C Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
Sister Seeks Frank Hockett.
Because his sister. It was said is
ill. Miss Ella Tlsdale. living at 517
Bond avenue. East St. Louis, 111., has
written the police to locate Frank
Hockett or his wife. His last address,
the writer stated, was 3,005 Durango
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 22S Mesa Ave.
Charged With Discharging Firearms.
J. D. Johnson was docketed at the
police station Monday morning on a
charge of discharging firearms with
in the city limits. The defendant
lives at the intersection of Willow
and Bassett streets6 He was released
on his' own recognizahce, pending his
trial In the corporation court.
Lorrc.it yrlces on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Goldlng. HO S. Stanton.
Horses for Caialrymen.
Second cavalrymen of the second
and third squadrons will be mounted.
A shipment of 119 horses was received
at the fort from Reno, Nev., for the
Second cavalry, which has been dis
mounted since it arrived at Fort Bliss
from the Philippines. The regiment
is yet shy 300 horses for its full com
plement. Dr. R. 31. Ratllff, dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratllff. 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Luke Joseph, a negro. was ar
rested by the police Saturday night
on a charge of being a suspicious
character. It was alleged that he
took two Distols and has been -wanted
I by the police for some time. He was
' arrested at the intersection of Broad
way and Third streets.
Charles Owen, attorney, moved
31S-13 Trust Bldg.; phone 202.
Goes After Prisoner.
En route to Oklahoma City, Okla.,
where he goes to bring back Sam Ne
berry, said by the officers to be want
ed at Phoenix, Ariz., on a charge of
horse theft sheriff J. D. Adams, of
that city, was a visitor -in El Paso Sat
urday afternoon. The sheriff stated
that Arizona had been troubled with an
organized gang which was engaged in
taking the horses belonging to the
ranohmen. One of the men. he said,
was captured ac Lancaster, Cai, abcut
three weekd ago.
SnTiff .Adams expects to return to
E! Paso in five days on his return trip
Dr. J. H. rasct. dentist, 501-502 Rob-erts-Banne-
Bldg., phone 1650.
Fined R20O In Police Court.
A. B. Fishbang, who was arrested by
the police Friday on a charge of being
a suspicious character, was fined $200
by judge Adrian Pool in the corporation
court Saturday afternoon. Fishbang
asserted that he had telegraphed to
his home in Oklahoma for a ticket, and
if the judge would let him off he
would leave the city. Judge Pool stat
ed to the defendant that he could re
main in jail until his ticket came, and
then lie could leave.
For IiotiNe vrlrlnjr and fixtures see
the National Telegraphono and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lunps. stomach,
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Slips on Floor; Sprains Vnklc.
s th' result of slipping on the wet
floor of the Mesa fire station Saturday
aftcrns.n Harry Ross, a fireman cf
mat department. Is laid un at his home
witn a badly sr-ralned ankle,
I left his home in San Francisco on Dec j
1 c 1Q11 anri ii! wife, who Is ther i
I has only heard from him once. At I
I that time it was said that Mr. Allen I
i sent her a postal card from El Paso. '
Dr. A. T. still Osteopathic Infirmary,
Dr. Ira vf. Collins, physician In chier;
Dr. Amelia tjurK. ur. urace .farKer, ur.
Paul R- Collins, consulting' physicians;
201 "West Missouri street.
Held on Pistol Toting Charge.
I Wiley .fage was arrested by the po
lice Saturday night on a charge of
carrying a pistol.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Pushed Off Sidewalk.
Joe For was arrested by the police
Snturrinv niht nnd trtt;taA at thp
station on a charsre of assault. It was t
alleged that Fox pushed a man by
the name of Marx off a sidewalk on
South El Paso street. The man sus
tained bruises about the face and
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of Kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
Breaks In Successor.
Charles A. Brann, who resigned last
week as the city official timekeeper,
spent Monday taking Charles Staple
ton, who was appointed by mayor
C E. Kelly as his successor, over the
route. Brann will return Tuesdav to
his former position on the El Paso i
Dr. O. C. West. 309 Mills Bldg.
Just n Little Rainstorm.
A stingy little rainstorm blew up
early Monday morning and put a high
gloss on the roofs with the assistance
r of the sun, which came out a few min
utes after the rainstorm and rolled the
XeedlnR glasses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Attends Innururnl Ceremonies.
W. J. Jennings will leave this evening
for Houston to attend tie Inaugural
ceremonies connected with the William
M. Rice Institute dedication. Mrs. Jen
nings was appointed bv the Stevens
institute of technology to represent that
institute at the inauguration of the
itice institute. He will attend s.11
of the exercises incident to the dedica
tion at both Houston and Galveston.
Notice Change In Firm.
I have purchased the interest of Mr.
Ross, of the firm of Ross & Foutz, fur
niture dealers, at 113 N. Stanton St,
and the business will be conducted un
der the name of Foutz & Zinkler. Will
be pleased to show our stock of new
and secondhand furniture
W. H. Zinkler.
JOHXSOX IS LOSING WEIGHT.
New York. N. Y., Oct. 7. "If the
weather remains warm and campaign
ing strenuous, I'll have to see the
tailor," said Hiram Johnson, of Cali
fornia. The governor is losing weight.
In thl six tt-ppks hA hue hppn nn hla
I speaking trip he has been reduced from
. 234 to 211 pounds. He says, however,
the loss of weight has not affected his
San Elizario. Texas. Lamar Da
vis to Arris T. Celum, undivided
one half interest in tracts of land in
San Elizario grant; consideration,
?S000; October 4, 1312.
San Elizario, Tex. John Wyatt to
Lamar Davis, tract of land In San
Elizario grant; consideration, $8000;
October 4, 1912.
North side of Manzana avenue, be
tween Copia and city limits East El
Paso Town company to Miguel Montes,
lot 6. block 56. East El Paso: consid
eration, $175; September 16. 1912.
Southwest corner of Rio Grande and
Ange streets B. F. Darbyshire and
wife to J. R. Fisk, parts of lots 7 to
10, block 277. Pierce-Finley addition:
consideration, $3200; May 7, 1912.
North side of Upson, between Guad
alupe and Putnam streets Alice G.
Merchant to Joseph Silva, lot 4, and
west 18 feet of lot 3, block 24. Sun
set Heights; consideration, $5000; Oc
tober 3. 1912.
Northwest corner of White Oaks and
Luna streets Joseph Silva to Alice G.
Merchant, lots 12 to 16, block 76, East
El Paso; consideration, $1500; October
North side of Savannah, between
Alabama and Kentucky avenue
Grandvlew Realty companv to J. J.
Flanagan, lots 10 to 12, block 115,
Highland park; consideration, $600;
October 4. 1912.
L!cenu to Wed.
Francisco Gonzales and Hllarla
113! C. B. Brown, 917 Magoff in av
enue; five passenger Overland.
1135 J. C Miller. 112 Durangc
street; five passenger Ford.
To Mrs. A. H. Abbott, 411 Willow
street; October 3.
AT THE CRAWFORD.
Commencing tonight Albert Taylor
and his new company at the Crawford
will present for the first time in El
Paso one of the greatest plays ever
written, "Alias Jimmy Valentine."
This play has caused great comment
wherever presented, and upon opening
In New York City was accorded the
highest honors s by dramatic critics.
Albert Taylor, in the directing of his
new company, has taken extra time In
arranging for the scenic productions
and will himself play "Jimmy." while
Miss Red has been assigned the lead
ing part No effort will be spared and
theater goers will enjoy this rare treat,
the management says.
Seats can be secured at Ryan's drug
BASEBALL AT CRAWFORD.
World's series returns will be re
ceived at Crawford theater, begin
ning tomorrow. Tuesday, October 8.
They will be displayed on an electric
score board, continuing each day. A
direct wire to the Polo grounds in New
York, the management says, will bring
The game will be described by plays
as they are made, giving movements
of players and umpires" decisions. It is
described as "The next best thing to
The game will begin at 12:30 p. m..
El Paso time, convenient to watch
during the lunch hour. "The electric
score board will give a complete record
of the game. If you are a .fan you can
not afford to miss it," says the man
The prices are 25 and 35 cents.
Busby's Minstrels will be seen at the
El Paso theater Sunday and Monday
FEATURES AT THE CRYSTAL.
The Crystal theater tonight will have
an unusually attractive bill. There
will be five Dictures. includincr "Scenes
in Jerusalem,"' "How Bobby joined the !
circus. In which glimpses are given
of incjdpnts behind the scenes at a big
circus; "In Peril of Their Lives." a
story of the coast: "Benares, India," and
Tickling In the throat, hoarseness,
loss of voice. Indicate the need of BAL
LARD'S HOREHOUXD SYRUP. It
eases the lungs, quiets the cough and
Price 25c 50c and J1.00 per bottle. Sold
restores health in the bronchial tubes,
by Scott White & Co.. three stores.
DAIRY LUNCH CO.
OPEN DAS" AJVD NIGHT
There's a Splendid Fall Suit
eady for You
Buy Clothing that is known Clothing
that is dependable. Be sure that you get
the best by buying at the store that han
dles nothing else. Isn't it worth a great
deal to you toe sure, before you buy
them, that your clothes will be up-to-the-minute
in style and will give satisfactory
wear and service?
Are the kind of suits that make a man feel
well dressed clothes that you can depend
upon being correct in every detail. When
you see them you will agree with us that
the suits we offer at these prices represent
the utmost in value giving.
Men Yon Should See
Our Matchless Array of
Nobby Fall Head wear
There's no need for us to elaborate upon
the almost unlimited variety, the catchy
snappy styles, the reasonable prices.
We'll just ask you to drop in and look
them over let them speak for themselves.
inni , jaHW-N1'""101"
HURT IN EXPLOSION
Shell Explodes Prematurely; One of the
Injured May Die as Result
Washinsjton, D. C Oct 7. Eight pri
vates of battery F, third United States
field artillery, were injured by a pre
mature explosion of a shell today at
William E. Erbeck, most seriously
hurt, was brought to a hospital here.
Privates Andrew Miller, Peter Marion,
Nelson Blosse, Charles A. HouncheH,
Fred F. McNamee, Fred Lineham and
cnrporal John Harscli were hut, but
TWO BANK SAFES ARE
BLOWN OPEN IN VAIN
Yeggmea Go Away Emptybanded From
Two Oklahoma Towns After
Enid. Okla- Oct. 7. Three robbers
early today blew the safe in the State
bank at Kremlin. 12 miles north of here,
and wrecked the bank fixtures, but were
frightened away before they obtained
anv loot. Two hours later three men,
believed to be the same trio, entered
Douglas, 18 miles southeast, on a hand
car, blew the safe in the State bank of
Douglas, and again escaped emptyhana-
ed. A posse organized here and started
ATTEMPT MADE TO ENTER
, MOOSE LODGE WINE ROOM
Saturday night about 8 oclock some
man, who evidentlv was acquainted
with the location of the room in the
Moose headquarters on Texas street
where the wine and other liquors are
kept, attempted to force an entrance
through one of the windows leading into
that room. Steward Cass, who was in
charge, it was said discovered the in
truder just as he was about to enter
the wine room. A chase over the roof
of the building was participated in bv
Cass and the unknown, the latter
finallv making good his escape by shin
ning dpwn a convenient telephone pole
Perfection OH Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
ArdoIn new confectionery opens
Tuesday, noon and evening. All Invited.
To Be "Perfectly Turned Out97
at the Bazaar
J I - - I
I COLLISION OF AUTO
AND TRAIN KILLS TWO
Four Men. in Machine Which Crashes
Into a Train at Amarillo; Third
Man May Die.
Amarillo, Tex, Oct. 7. Grant Earl,
aged 26, second of the victims from the
collision early Sunday morning between
a street car and an automobile, died
before noon today, following Estill
Worlick, who died early last evening.
Both of the men were unmarried and
lived a few miles north of Amarillo.
It is believed that Ham Green, the driver
of the automobile, who was dashed
against the street car by the impact,
cannot live, but Will Worlick, brother
of one of the dead men, will possibly
Ardotn's new confectionery opens
Tuesday, noon and evening. All Invited.
Florence J. Hall, former sheriff, af
ter several months absence at Long
Beach. CaL, has returned to El Paso.
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Disease
Doctors Failed to Cure.
Miss Mabel F. Dawkins. 1214 Lafay
ette SU Fori Wayne, IncL, writes:
"For three years I was troubled with
catarrh and blood disease. 1 tried sev
eral doctors and a dozen different rem
edies, but none of them did me any
good. A friend told me of Hood's Sar
saparilla. I took two, bottles of this
medicine and was as well and strons:
as ever. I feel like a different person,
and recommend Hood's" to any one suf
fering from catarrh."
Get it today in usual liquid form o
cnocolated tablets called Sareatsr-
Gives your Boy a start.
Phone 1 147. J. P. Muffin. Pro.
In a "Benjamin" Suit or Over
coat, and only in a "Benjamin,"
you find that level poise, that
worldly case, that unstudied
graceivhich the consciousness of
being "perfectly turned out" al
ways gives. This consciousness
makes you "a hundred-point
Every Benjamin Garment is style
authentic never style eccentric
Priced $20 to $40
Wear a Benjamin