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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, October 11, 1912
(Callsficr Dcpt. Store Co., Inc.)
Incomparable Values Predominate In This Great
OF WOMEN'S HIGH GRADE APPAREL
The splendid selections, the diversity of late models and new shades, places the best mar
kets of the world of fashion right here in SI Paso at "Calisher's" for you to choose
your Fall Suit, Coat or Dress, at a price considerably less than is asked in larger-cities.
"Jv ft IK J1
I I'M r
' and Wool Dresses
A late model, freshly arrived, in beauti
ful Woe or gray novelty mixtures, exquisitely trimmed with
fancy buttons and bows, knots and folds of rich channeuse
presenting a distinct, new model of pleasing appearance at
a small price.
Stunning Wool Serge
In blue or brown an excellent value,
daintily trimmed with buttons and silk folds, should
Kany other models are shown in a splendid choice at $17.50
up to $25.00.
Exquisite Models in Char
meusee and Brocaded
Charmeuse Dresses q 3jg J EjQ
Are shown in black and the new taupe,
mole, make and blues beautifully trimmed with chiffon and
metal hand embroidery.
Woaea's and Children's Knit Undergarments, Special !
For Saturday, we have arranged a special sale of Fall
weight undergarments of the better grades, at interesting
WOMEWS FLEECED UNION CA
SUITS In white only, extra OUC
WOMEN'S FLEECED VESTS CA
OR PANTS In ;ne ribbed cro- OU C
chet finished, short sleeves and ankle
WOMEN'S FLEECED UNION. JE
SUITS Extra quality, in gray.OOC
cream or white out sues at 76c suit.
CHILDREN'S SLEEPING GAR- -A
MENTS Sires 6 months to sDsJC
years a nice, fleeced garment with
CHILDREN'S FLEECED OP
VESTS OR PANTS Long 3C
sleeves ankle length pants, an excellent
CHILDREN'S FLEECED Cft
UNION SUITS In grey, ereamwvC
or white. Full fashioned, warm garments.
Presenting an excellent choice of plain
shades and novelty two tone effects in stripes, diagonals and
rich unfinished serges and worsteds, in all the latest cutaway
and round coat models prevalent this season,, beautifully
These elegant suits come in extreme
novelties, in striped effects, some with fur trimming, present
ing a rich appearance, and are unusually serviceable. Those
suits are in demand by stylish dressers everywhere.
Handsome Coat Suits
These suits, at the price, are without
question, the greatest values shown in the city. The ma
terials, the trimmings, the linings, leave nothing to be desired,
and the assortment embraces every new style.
Distinct Styles in Fail Coats
Are here in abundance Astrakhan effects in stripes domi
nating, Zibelines in smart novelties, English mixtures and
Scotch plaids, with large collars, Polo cloth and plain ma
terials with attractive trimmings an assemblage of late
styles to please everv individual taste at from
$15, $17.50, $18.75 Up to $27.50
WOMEN'S WOOL VESTS rt -J ff
OR PANTS High or low P 1 .UU
neck, long or short sleeves, or without
WOMEN'S WOOL UNION d -8 JE
SUITS Light weight, hand V 1 fl O
crochet and silk taped neck, long or
short sleeves, knee or ankle length an
SILK AND WOOL UNION $0 OC
SUITS In medium weight, $&tS
high neck and long sleevesv ankle length,
a very special value at the price, all
WOMEN'S FLEECED t -a )P
UNIO'l SUITS Heavy P 1 D
weight, ribbed, crochet and taped neck,
extra well made.
WOMEN'S KNIT UNDER- r-
SKIRTS Crochet finish OUC
around bottom, has draw string for
close fit waist.
Woments Flannelette Undergarments
An immense gathering of Women's Pajamas, Night Robes and
Skirts, newly arrived, have been assorted and marked at very
Gowns at 50c, 75c, 95c and $1.25. .
Skirts at 59c, 75c, 85c and 95c.
Pajamas at 95c, $1.25 and $1.59.
These garments are extra well made, generously full cut, arc
trimmed with silk frogs and braids and come in all desired col
orings. The values are unsurpassed.
PHOENIX SILK HOSE Four
pair in a box
Guaranteed to please you, or
we replace them free!
Silk Lisle Women's
35c pair, 3 pair in (J -3 f
a box, for pi.UU
50c pair, 4 pair in dJ ff
a box, for P&.UU
3 months' guarantee with each
Two of the Newest Styles of the Season
White Buck Boots
These are the very latest idea in white buck boots.
They have plain toe, Cuban heel and pearl buttons.
Even if we asked a dollar more for these boots, the
price would not be high. The l -.
H-U price eJ gQ
is JfJr J? J J
They have English1 whipcord lops, leather Cuban
heels and pearl buttons. The price, which will
please you greatly when you
see the boots,
Q3 9 ?,?
Saturday Specials for Men Folks
Combination Shirts and Drawers,
Something entirely new Negligee shirt, with
knee drawers attached a garment suited to this
climate, in medium weight new patterns. An
Phoenix Guaranteed Lisle Hose,
4 pair in a box. Guaranteed for 3 months.
"Bull Dog" Suspenders,
50c and 25c
An extra strong, live rubber with kid ends.
Roman Stripe Silk Neckwear, 50c.
The latest eastern novelty First shown here, and
will be all the rage this fall.
Basement Store Saturday Bargains
, ty wnarifs, Misses and Children's Fall
MM Winter Hats, a great selection,
worttfup to 2.50. C
Choice Saturday DC
Women's and Misses' (t t ff
Dresses worth to 2 .50 at P 1 UU
Fancy Indian Blankets, d s
worth $2.00, each $J..O
Large Soli Toilet r
Women's. Misses ad Children's Re'
trimmed Fall and Winter Hats, val
ues up to $5.00. Choice
Women's White Waists,
worth to $1.25, at
Men's Canvas Gloves, with
36c Antiseptic Tooth E
Paste O C
manMmmmaiamxM ss&feszifttJRs&gl vta'
16 Button Kia'
or white, an ex
tra fine qual
Gloves 2 but
white, tan, red
and navy. Ex
Perfumes, Special !
Saturday only we will sell all our
50c high grade extracts, including
Colgate's and other well known
AT 29c PER OUNCE.
$1.25 FOUNTAIN SYRINGE JE-
2 quart snse, Saturday OC
Red, extra quality, complete.
45c Ribbons, Special!
4 to 6 in. Novelty Ribbons, in J Q
Dresden and fancy patterns, OC
satin or taffeta. A splendid selection
to choose from.
AMERICAN BEAUTY- AND CERISE
Are here in all widths, in satin, at
A special showing Saturday of many
new styles in the high neck ruffs of the
Robespierre period and dainty low neck
styles with jabot or lace flares un
usual values, at
25c 50c and 75c
The Bread That
The Purity is the ooiy
place you can buy bread
equal in every way to
"mother's." We're bak
ing k six days every
week just as fast as we can. Yotrare
buying it just as fast as we bake k.
Isn't it a treat isn't k a luxury to be
able to buy such bread?
Our bakers are expert, our bakery
absolutely sanitary our materials the
best. The best way to be coavinced
of Buster Brown superiority over home
baked bread is to eat one slice.
FOR SALE BY ALL
BREAD V "
BAKED BY THE
S BETTER THAN
mother can L-
I dake fcTN
BU-5TER BROWN l
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All afternoon and night trains tot
Friday are reported on time.
Dr. Bhert, Dentist. 216-21S Mills Bide.
Dr. J. -a. P&Ket, dentist. S01-592 Roberts-Banner
Bldg-., phone 1650.
Hel oa Theft Cfearge.
jLntonio Salcldo was arrested by the
city detectives Thursday afternoon on
a charge of being- a suspicious charac
ter. It was alleged that Salaido entered
the rooms of A. W. Gilmore. HI 1-8 Ma J
buuih avraue negnesoay ana tOOK
some clothing belonging to Gilmore.
The detectives stated that Salcido came
from Juarez several days ago, and since
he has been here they have, it is said.
connected him with several burglaries
that occurred last week.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, IIS N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Is Fined $1.
C Dominguez. who was arrested by
the police Thursday on a charge of
operating an express wagon without a
number, -was fined $1 by judge Adrian
Pool in the corporation court Thursday
Corns! Doa't have them. See Mrs. Ben
son. 326 Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
lowest prices on wallpaper and pa
per hanging. Golding. HO S. Stanton.
Rah lute Little Girl.
Iiuts Samaniego, aged about 12 years.
See These New
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A I WHS
They are the last word in
Shirt making snappiest of
Fall patterns as well as the
staple patterns for
man. Made with
the NEW SHORT BOSOM, or in negligee styles,
$1.50 arid up
White madras collars Arrow Brand, 2 for 25c
who was arrested by the police Thurs--day
afternoon on a charge of running
over a little girl, was fined $1. Patrol
man Herrelson. who made the arrest,
testified that Samaniego was riding his
bicycle on Mills street and gazing into
the show windows at the time of thf
accident. The girl's injuries were not
! Gonzales, or A. L Gounsalus. who the
writer stated, he bad not heard from
since 1909. It was stated that the miss
ing man was an exsoldier, and had at
one time been stationed at Fort Bliss.
Dr. PrentlHs, diseases of stomach. In
testines, liver. 513 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Kettle Sattcrlee, osteopath, S09
American Bank Bldg.. phones 141. 348S.
Seeks 3II.ssInj; Jersey Man.
Frank Monlban, chief of the Jersey
City, N. J., police department, has writ
ten chif of police I. N. Davis to locate
Charles Amrock. -who the writer says
left his home in that city a year ago,
leaving a wife and, three children, who
are in destitute circumstances.
Dr. R. 31. Ratliff. dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 2M-5-S Caples Bldg.
John T. Abrahams and Miss Agnes
John T. J. Abrahams and Miss Agner
Wolf were married Thursday afternoon
in "Cupid's boudoir," in the county
clerk's office by Justice of the peace, E.
Mexican Herald on Sa!
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El' Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens In Mexico.
Former Soldier Missing.
Roy Blake, living at 311 North Oak
ley Boulevard, Chicago, 111., has written
to the local department to locate A. L.
Xeedlns RlaxKcs? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bid?.
ShoiTS Friend Over City.
City clerk C W. Fassett spent Fri
day escorting H. Hadley, of Washing
ton. IX C. a schoolmate he had not
i seen for 15 years, over the city. The
visitor was taxen to Juarez itirioay
morning. Mr. Hadley is here visiting his
mother. Mrs. Margaret Bailey, living
at the intersection of Kansas'and Cali
fornia streets. '
Dr. Jones, foot specialist. Mills Bldg.,
cures evil smelling feet. Open evenings.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bid?.
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
Inspects Paget Sound Poiti.
Seattle, Wash-, Oct. 11. Maj. Gen.
Leonard Wood, chief of staff of the
United States army, returned here on
the mine planting steamer Ringgold
from an inspection tour of the Puget
Sound army posts.
Dr. Branch Craige has moved to 214
218 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Phone 6.
Mnat Evict Tenants.
Chicago. I1L. Oct 11. Warning was
Buy Here and Save Money
Our Prices Are Lowest.
18 lbs. Best Granulated
New Dill Pickles, Ofl
extra large, per doz VC
Fresh Kansas Eggs, Q
per df z OUC
H. C. Fancy Creamery (f -a ff
Butter, 3 lbs. for tPl.Uli
iBvy Beans, new stock,
31-2 lbs. for
California Pink Beans,
41-2 lbs. for
Armour's Shield Brand
Ham, per lb
Snowdrift, better than
shortening, 4 lbs. 55c;
12 lbs. for
Pure California Table Claret, n ?
per gallon DOC
Pure California Sweet Wines, rv P
per gallon I OC
Phones 2424 ana 2405.
109-11 So. Stanton St
given by state's attorney Wayman to
200 owners and agents of property said
to be used for immoral purposes to
evict their tenants or suffer prosecution.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones.
Bell 651-2444. '
Dr. Anna Kcura, Buckler Bldg.
Rock Island Elect Directors.
Chicago. I1L. Oct 11. The Ave direct
ors of the Chicago Rock Island and
Pacific railroad company whose terms
of office expired this month were re
Dr. O. C. West, 309 Mills Bldg.
Stuart makes optodate photos. 328
China Celebrate Revolt.
Pekin. China. Oct 11. The anniver
sary of the Chinese revolution is being
celebrated with great rejoicing in
Pekin and other important cities. A
reception held by president Yuan Shi
Kai today was attended by all the
notables except the Manchu prince.
Dr. Jamlcsan, diseases of kidneys.
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
For Iioimc vrirlng and fixtures see
the National Telegraphono and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
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WRAFPKD IX WAXED PAPKR
B A K IN G
Prepare for Cooler Weather
England Worried About the Canal. -London.
Eng., Oct 11. "The whole
matter of the Panama canal bill to
gether with the views of the legal ad
visers to the British crown on the sub
ject is undtr consideration by the
cabinet" was the reply of Sir Edw&rd
Grey. British secretary of state for
foreign affairs, to a question in the
house of commons.
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;
201 West Missouri street
Charles Owen, attorney, moved to
31S-19 Trust Bldg.; phone 202.
CALTFORNIA MASONS DVR
SAliOOX MEN FROM ORDER
L,os Angeles. CaL. Oct. 11. By a
virtually unanimous vote, the Califor
nia grand lodge of Masons has adopt
ed a resolution excluding from mem
bership any one engaged ,ire, the saloon
business. Selling in connection -with
a bona fide hotel or restaurant is'ex
empted. Get Your rieatiag Stoe Up
before the'next cold spell.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St. Adv.
Buy your undervear
now and be ready for
the "cold snap" when
it comes. We have
the best selected stock
of dependable under
wear in El Paso.
Duof old Health
in all weights, sizes
and colors Union
suits or shirts and
50c and Up
The Live Corner of San Antonio and Oregon.
SwSMtikn lii; Coal, $7 Ton.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Ad.
Boys' suits and overcoats $3.50 and
up. Sol I. Berg Advertisement.
Floor IlniNhes and Duxtlcsi Mops.
Laurie Hardware Co . 309 Mills St. Adv.
TAsiiwiA Uiua aivP." ftPl-LBrij. AUy 1
ALL FIRK W.TJOS IK CITY TO
BB WHITK, TRIMMKD IX RED
The experiment of fire chief W. W.
Armstrong in painting the fire plug
at the central station white with red
trimmings, worked so well that the
city has decided to give the other 299
fire plugs in the city the same treat
ment. Chief Armstrong stated that
re saw in a number of cities the white
fire pms and thought they would be
a good thing for El Paso. Thursday
afternoon to coat all the fire pings
with the new color. ....
The Very Best Alfalfa.
Southwestern i'utl Co.
TWO SM Vtl. BOYS IIKLD
AS SUSPICIOUS CHARACTERS
Max Miliano Rossales and Pero Rod
regues, aged 13 and 14 years, -epec-tively.
were arrested Friday morning
by immigration officer Uolaeman on
South Oregon street The boys were
taken to the police station, where a
number of postal cards, ash trays, a
razor strop, a pari of shoes, not mates.
and other articles wtre taken from
them. Both boys are being held at
the city jail on charges of being sus
plcous characters pending the investi
gations which are beins; made bv th
Drtss jour bo at do! L ei,js. Adv.