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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, October 10, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc., First Annual
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Growing in importance and magnitude day after day, as the
wonderful economies of this sale unfold themselves to the
public; Incomparable as were those of the past few days,
even greater values will be announced through this medium
as the sale progresses. It pays to scan "Calisher" ad's.
Watch them closely. It will astonish you how much you "can
save on your purchases by keeping posted on "Calisher"
Friday's Economies In Women's Coat Suits
The importance of, selecting your Fall Suit here at the "Calisher" Store is readily
seen These values you will see here are $1Q 7C an( $LtyA 7
simplv "Incomparable" at P10.0 P&t jlU
The $18.75 Models .
Present a jTTeat selection of materials and colorings, in solid shades or fancy
weaves, excellently tailored, lined with guaranteed satin and beautifully trimmed
The $24.75 Models
Embrace an excellent gathering of favored designs, after the styles most favored
by the "smart"' dressers, both at home and abroad. The new fall shades par
ticularly the taupe and the browns, are shown in stunning cutaway models. The
trimmings are superb. These suits' are worth all of ?35.00.
"Calisher" Coats For Women and Misses
Are for the most part "just a little different," showing the extreme care with
which the selections were made. The two most dQ CO an ? "S ES f
expressive values are these at ip7 ojJ JJ J. J rnXJ Kr
You'll find either long or short models in fancy or plain materials, with every
new style "kink" of the present season's favor. These coats should be ?15.00
$6.50 and $7.00 Tailored Skirts Marked at $3.95
Doesn't seem reasonable, but then we bought them at an under price The ma
i terials are snappy fancy weaves and plaids, some solid colors Every late fall
style is represented.
FridaySale of Rngs
A new shipment, just opened, of these serviceable,
artistic rugs, at great savings in price.
24x36 Bordered Rugs Zfn
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27x54 Bordered Rugs QA
Beautiful Rugs." in Green and White, Blue and
White and Pink and White, with borders, extra
fine grade, at:
50x60, worth $1.75, special $1.25
3x6 ft, worth $2.50, special $1.75
6x9 ft, worth $9.00, special $6.00
Friday Harvest of Remnants
(Main Floor, Center and East Aisles)
Eemnants of Silks, Woolens, Domet Flan
nels, Kimono Flannels, Wash Dress G-oods,
Waisting Materials, Table Linens, Ribbons,
etc., etc., at a Great Saving in Price!
Collapsible Go Carts and Perambulators.
The Third Floor Section has received a full and complete as
sortment of steel frame, rubber tired vehicles marked at
Friday Xtra Specials
ARMOUR'S GUEST SOAP Reg
ular 2 cakes for 5c, -
perfumed, cake ....... X C
69c CASHMERE AND LISLE
COTTON GLOVES, in j-o,
black or tan, only O J C
75c NOVELTY SILKS on
In messalines and taf- J 7 C
fetas, all shades.
1.ARGE HUCK TOWELS s
Bordered and .hemmed, in OC
good heavy quality, worth 9c
40c BOX STATIONERY nn
"Van Court" linen. 60 uC
sheets paper and 60 -2m elopes.
White or colors.
FLANNELETTE GOWNS gjfK
An extra good quality, OiC
well made and full cut, neat pat
terns. SCARFS AND SQUARES ty -each
An extra heavy lace, large size,
in antique effects, 35c value.
KIMONO FLAN- 4 aytf
A fine, heavy quality, in pretty
patterns, worth 15c
HUCK TOWELS, a
Hand size, bordered and hemmed,
TURKISH TOWELS, ? o f
each , 12;2C
Large size, heavy grade, bleached,
regular 15c value.
WOMEN'S $1.00 Tq
Handsome embroidered and lace
AH afternoon and nlghk trains are
reported on time for Thursday.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills Bids.
S ' Dr. J. Ii. Paget, dentist, 501-502 Rob-
gj ! erts-Banner Bids., phone 1650.
Surrendered by Bondsmen.
J. J. Winters, who stands charged In
the county court with vagrancy "and
released on a $300 bond, was surrend
dered by his bondsmen Wednesday.
Prompt Ilact Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones.
Corns! Don't have them. See ilrs. Ben
son, 326 Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
Havralians to Sing.
N. P. .Oswald, of Juarez, who has en
gaged, a. .Wand, of three Hawaiian sing
ers, will have them give a free concert
on the streets of El Paso Friday be
tween 12 and 1 oclock. They will, sing
in front of the Sheldon, in Pioneer
plaza, and also in front of the Orndorff
and St. Regis.
Lovrest prices on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Golding. 110 & Stanton.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Early Morning Alarm.
The central fire department respond
ed to an alarm turned in from 400 North
Oregon street, at 3:30 oclock Thursday
morning. A motor In the basement
which It was said had become over
heated by being left to run all night,
was given as the cause of the fire,
which did little damage.
African Game Trails
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We have secured a lim
ited number of this val
u a b 1 e wo r k which
should be in every li
brary 'and will sell our
entire supply at
$2.00 Per Copy
Postage 40c Extra
Remember this book
will never again be sold
at this price. -
Dr. Nettle Sntterlcc, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg., phones 141, 34S3.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
For men or women, natural or fancy
handles, steel 7 rib frame, extra
strong, covered with fast, rainproof
Gloria cloth with bordered selvedge.
A regular $1.50 OO
matawagaiw aim r n
at the head of affairs we ought to
have one continual Ronnd of Revo
lution on this border. Madero don't
consider an American worth as much
as a. mule, and Taft hollers. Run for
Life, while the -Jorsans steal Mex
ico. Better get that span of Mules,
Harness and -ragon at
Myrtle Trading Place
and settle down until next March 4.
If the U. S. Senators tell the truth,
there will be some bankers in the
pen and there won't be war with
Mexico. Watch this advertising
space and get the news in advance:
also a span of Horses, Wagon and
3B5 L OW 2385 .
U S. Bepartmem ox .agriculture
500 TArct Arpmms "RTT'R'FIATT
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fASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CEITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayera Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St.
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
fndepsndenz Assay Offloa
D. W. Reckhabt. E JL, Proprietor,
Agent for Ore SUpptrt Attzyt tad
Chemical Analysis. Hints examined
tat Reported Upon. AilUon Werk a
Office and Laboratory:
Cr. Sen Frxztisc & Cl&skza Sfa.
EL PASO. TXXAS-
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Herald, and profit
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Oserratloiis tiisn at 8 a.ia, geTent7flt2i rai
rldlan tltae. Air presiura reduced to sea lpveL
Iiobxss (coothicoui Uaos) ptss through points
of equal air pressors. Isorarajis (dotted lines)
patsthrousli points of equal temperature: drawn
olv for aero, freezing, 0, and 10CP.
O clear; pastlr cloudr; clondn
rain: (1) saotr: report mbslns.
Arrows fly with tno wind. First OBnres, teniper
aturo: second, precipitation of .01 Inch or more
for past 21 hours: third, maxtotun wind veloo-117.
El Paso, Thursday, Oct. 10,
El Paso and vicinity Unsettled to
night and Friday; cooler.
Mew Mexico Generally fair, except
showers north portion tonight; colder
tonight north and extreme east por
tions, about freezing in north portion.
West Texas Unsettled tonight and
Friday; showers In north portion to
night or Friday; colder.
COURT DENIES BAIL
TO I. W. W. LEADERS
Salem, Mass., Oct 10. Judge Joseph
F. Quinn, of the superior court, today
declined to order the release on ball
of Joseph J. Ettor, Arturo Giovannitti
and Joseph Caruso, organizers of the
Industrial Workers of the World, whose
trial on charges of being responsible
for the alleged murder .f Anna Lopiz
zo, a Lawrence mjll worker, s pending
in his court.
for SI 75 and $2
Special price for
and Monday only.
Choice of calf or
kid, button and
lace, sizes 8 to 1L
American Shoe Store
110 MESA AVE.
VETERAN OF WAR. AGED 77,
SENTENCED TO PRISON
Los Angeles, Calif.. Oct. 10. In an
affecting scene In the federal court
judjre OHn Wellborn sentenced George
K. Osborne, 77 years old, to 11 months
In the county jail, for counterfeiting.
It was the lightest sentence ever Im
posed for such a crime.
The aged offender was dispatch bear
er for Gen. Phil Sheridan in the civil
Osborne was arrested here four
months ago for having counterfeit
molds and coins in his possession.
CHOSEN AT BAI.5IORHEA
Balmorhea, Tex., Oct 10. Rev. C A.
Dickson, the Baptist pastor, filled his
regular appointment here' and church
officers were elected for the ensuing
year, and messengers to the El Paso
Baptist association which meets at
Midland. Tex., October 24-27, were
elected as follows: Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Humble, Rev. C. A. Dickson and R. E.
Balmorhea was visited by a good rain
Robert WIgley has lost two mules
and has two horses sick.
Use Herald Want Ads.
RAIN VALLEY SCHOOL
HOUSE IS C03IPLETED
Elgin, -Ariz.. Oct 10. The Rain Val
ley school house has been finished and
dedication services held which were
well attended. School opened with 28
pupils, with Mrs. Dillon as teacher.
Qiiss May Ferrel has opened her
school in the Vaughn district
The school building at Elgin has been
equipped with new single, adjustable
Miss Dixie Collie has opened her
school at Greaterville.
OUT TRADE JUNKET
Amarillo, Texas. Oct 10. Led by
president W. H. Fuqua, former presi
dent of the Texas Bankers' association,
and secretary Seth B Holman, formerly
of the Comanche board of trade, the
Amarillo chamber of commerce, num
bering more than 100, left this morn
ing on a specially chartered train for
a trade Junket through the north Tan
h tin die. I
This Is the first of a series of similar
trips planned by the officers and 'aein
bers of the organization.
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Baromter (sea level) 29.77 29.68
Direction of wind
"Velocity of wind
State of weather clear clear I
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hours. S2
Lowest temp, last 12 hours. 59
Height of river, this morning above
fixed zero mark, 9.2 feet No change
in last 24 hours.
COMPANY K PLANS
FOR JUBILEE SMOKER
Company K, of the Texas National
guard, is planning a smoker to be held
at the armory or In the basement of
the chamber of commerce. No date
has yet been decided upon for the
smoker, but It will probably be given
during the Os-Aple Jubilee and follow
ing one of the night parades. Amateur
boxing contests and vaudeville sketches
will be Included in the program of en
tertainment for the soldier boys.
TEXT BOOK HOARD HAS
Austin, Tex., Oct 10. The text book
board has made the adoption of
geographies for the-public schools. The
board, by a vote of 8 to 3, officially
adopted the World's Geographies by
Tarr & McMurray, published by the
McMillan company, of Toronto, Canada.
The prices of the geographies adopted
are, book first 48 cents retail price,
with 24 cents exchange, and for book
two, 88 cents- with 44 cents exchange.
Three Are Arrested.
Guillerma Contreras, Adela Marquez
and Maria Mendoza, it was alleged,
after enjoying a ride in an automobile
Wednesday night refused to pay the
chauffeur. They were arrested by the
j police and charged with being drunk
ana rciuaiug lu Pcl auiu laic
Dr. R. 31. Rntllff, dentist Sue, to Drs.
Paget & Ratllff. 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Dr. Jones, foot specialist Mills Bldg.,
cures evil smelling feet Open evenings.
Claim Number Was MLsilng.
C. Domlnguez was arrested by the
police Thursday morning on a charge
of operating an express wagon without
Mexican Herald on Sola
at Ward's Pharmacy, In El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Needing glosses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg..
Two Policemen Discharged.
Chicago, HI, Oct 10. Police captain
J. M. Mahoney and Lieut Bernard J.
Burns were discharged from the police
department by the civil service com
mission because of the escape from
Chicago September 10 of two of the
members of the gang that robbed the
Bank of Montreal at New Westmin
ster, B. C
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
,, Dr. Robinson, disease o" children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Captain of launch Is Held.
vSan Francisco. Califs Oct 9. No in
criminating evidence was found among
the personal effects of John Osterhuis,
.naster of the gasoline sloop Alert,
captured off PointReyes by the gov
ernment cutter Golen Gate. Osterhuis
says he was fishing, not smuggling
Chinese. He will be held pending fur
celved by them, "thus destroying all
profit and producing an enormous deficit"
Dr. A. T. SOU Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira Y. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas F.leetrical Supply
Co- US N. Stanton St Both phones.
CSinrles Owen, attorney, moved to
31S-19 Trust Bldg.; phone 2024
Convicted of Smuggling Chinese.
San Francisco, Calif- Oct 10. Con
victed on charges of smuggling Chi
nese into the port of San Francisco,
from lower California on the launch
Earl IC, Capt Adolph Adolphsonr Wil
liam Sundgren, his mate, and Wah Not,
a Chinese confederate, were sentenced
today by Judge De Haven, of the United
States district court, to serve one year
each in the Alameda county JaiL
For house -wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
TWO INDIANS DIE IN
Carrizozo, N M., Oct 10 The bodies
of Albert Lowhah, aged 27, and Adah
Roan, aged 23, Osage Indians recently
brought to Dr. Lewis' sanatorium at
Lincoln, in this county, for treatment
for tuberculosis, from the Osage agency
in Oklahoma, were shipped by express
DacK to the agency tnere ror Durial on
last night's train.
Both were members of wealthy
Osage families and the circumstances
are peculiarly sad. Young Lowah re
vived somewhat after arrival at the
sanatorium, but both were in the last
stages of the malady when they
reached here. Lowah died Monday
evening and on Tuesday the body was
brought to Carrizozo for embalming
and shipment They were not related,
but the death of the young man ren
dered the young woman hopeless and
she insisted on returning to die at her
own home and among friends. It was
useless to detain her and she came to
Carrizozo Tuesday, expecting to take
the evening train. A short time be
fore the train was due she also suc
cumbed: Her people were advised of
her death and at once forwarded money,
ordering the body embalmed ana sent
home to the agency.
FORT BLISS NOTES.
HOTELS AND RESORTS
It eares, wh 70a restsia cured, m
ksow, and you will if 70a try ii.
Conceded the grc&tcst iridaey irsia
Why not Tiaifc Paywooi Eot
Springs first, since you wifl areata
ally go iher anyway!
Largs Modern Eotsl. Ferfeei QJ
T. C McDermott, "The Faywooi"
Faywood, If. M,
Dr. Annn Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Dr. O. C. West, (309 Mills Bldg.
Stuart makes uptodate photos.
Predicts Building Boom.
Douglas, Ariz., Oct 10. Ottp P. Kroe
ger, the El Paso architect, was in Doug
las en route from Clifton, where his
firm has completed a $55,000 court
house, and to Lowell, where the Phelps
Dodge Mercantile store, a ?35.000 struc
ture is nearing completion. He predict
ed a building boom in all parts of Arizona.
Dr. Jnmleson, alseases or Kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
jk Jk JLvW
See Egjpt, the Pyra
mids and the Holy Land
A deEghtful cruise on
S. S. CINCINNATI
Equipped ivith every Inxnry of the
best modern hotels
NeJrork JAN. 28, 1913
Visiting FDNCHAL, CADIZ, GIBRAL
TAR, ALGIERS. GENOA. VILLE
KRANCHE, SYRACUSE. MALTA,
POUT SAID. JAFFA, RnVUOIIT.
PIRAEUS. KALA3IKI, CONSTANTI
NOPLE, CATTARO. MESSINA. PAL-
lilUlU, JLHD XVA-fLCiS.
The Os-Aple Jubilee committee here
by requesta that any individual, club,
society or secret organization desiring
to participate in the Industrial or Os
Aple parade, notify C. A. Kinne, secre
tary Of th committee. 311 Amerfpnn
Bank bnlldlng, at the earliest possible ! 002 Olive St,
date. Advertisement j
80 savs $325
Seed for fall Information
St. Louis, 3IO, or Local
Says New Rates "Will Cause Deficit.
Washington. D. C, Oct 10. A net
loss of $33,000,000 a year In the rev
enues of the express companies and
the railways would result from putting
into .effect the express rates proposed
by the interstate commerce commis
sion according to figures submitted by
the companies to the commission. "Wal
ter D. Hlnes, representing the Adams
American, Southern, United States, and
Wells-Fargo companies said the pro
posed rates would cost the express
companies 5 87c on every dollar re-
How often you've heard this.
And you took calomel.
And you were sick.
does all that calomel did and does
it gently. It don't sicken or gripe.
It tastes good and next day you
Don't WHIP your poor old liver.
Try TEASING with PODOLAX.
50c Bottles at Drug Stores,
On The Way Home.
Leave of absence for a month has
been granted Capt. Stephen M. Kocher
sperger. Second cavalry.
Leave of absence for 15 days has been
granted Capt Charles G. Harvey, Sec
Pri-ate Millard Claypole, troop G.
13th cavalrq, having reported a Fort
Bliss, as absent without leave from his
organization, has been sent to Hachita,
N. M., with orders to report to the com
manding officer there for duty with
his troop, tte cost of which will be
charged azainst the soldier, on the next
muster rolls and pay rolls.
The same thing happened in the case
of private David L. Mercer, troop G,
13th cavalry, who reported at Fort
Bliss, as absent without leave from
his organization, and was sent to Ha
chita, the cost of which will be charged
against the soldier dn the next mus
ter rolls and pay rolls of his troop.
Leave of absence for two months
with permission to apply for an exten
sion of a month, subject to recall
should circumstances render it neces
sary has been granted 1st Lieut Wal
ter F. Martin. Second cavalry.
"Under exceptional circumstances.
leave of absence for 21 days, with per
mission to apply for an extension of
21 days, has been granted to 1st Lieut
Dean Halford, 22d infantry.
Leave of absence for a month on
surgeon's certificate of disability ha3
been granted Capt. Roger S. Fitch, Sec
The action of the commanding off leer
of the detachmnet of company I, sig
nal corps, at Shafter.-Texas, in sending
first class Sergt William H. Inman,
company I, signal corps, to Fort Bliss,
for discharge per expiration of service
and furnishing him transportation from
Shafter to Marfa, by siage. and from
Marfa to El Paso, by rail, has been ap
proved by Gen. Steever.
Sergt Maj. Henry Janz. 22d Infantry,
has been sent from Fort Bliss to Fort
Sam Houston, for the purpose of pro
curing certain regimental records nec
essary to prepare data called for by
the war department
Mrs. Harriet A. Smart
214 Madison Avenue,
Corner Thirty-sixth St.
Has elegant single or donble rooms
with or without board private bath.
Notable for homelike atmosphere.
Reasonable summer rates. Write for
CORPUS BEACH HOTEL,
Carpus Christi, Texas.
ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF
OPEN ALL TEAR ROUND
Cool, comfortable and elegant Best
American Plan Hotel on Texas coast
Rates ?3.50 per day and upwards.
Special weekly and monthly rates.
Distilled Water for drinking filtered
water for bathing. Hotel faces finest
and safest surf bathing Beach in the
HAT FEVER SUFFERERS find in
stant and permanent relief while en
joying themselves at Corpus Beach
Hotel located on a beautiful breeze
swept Peninsula the healthiest spot
on the Texas Coast
All trains on S. A. & A. P. Railway
on request of Passengers.
GEO. E. KORST. Mauaser.
stop at "Corpus Beach" Hotel Station
Get Tonr Heating Stores Up
before the next cold spelL
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St Adv.
BONES OF HISTORIC COW
FOUND NEATH THEATER. SITE
Chicago, has its historic cow -which
kicked over the lamp that caused the
great Chicago fire.
El Paso now possesses the skeleton
of the bovine which was blown into the
Rio Grande the night of the historic
big wind. The skeleton was -is-overed
and uncovered by the workmen who
have been excavating for the basement
of the Wigwam theater bu'Iding on
San Antonio street
The skeleton was discovered under
the foundation of the Henry Pfaff
building which adjoins the theater site
on the east The bones were, found in
a bed of sand and gravel- and the
stratas of earth showed that the river
ran through that part of early El Paso
probably at the time the cow was blown
into its muddy waters the night of the
big blow of local history.
Get Yonr Heating Stoves Up
before the next cold spell.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St Adv.
MSSM coupon iIflIllB3
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