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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, October 14, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
Exhibition and Sale of Evening Costumes and Opera
Gowns Tomorrow and Wednesday at One-Third Less!
1 -3 Less e enre ne snow pieces and display models direct from
the opening exhibition of the most exclusive "modiste" in
Thail Regular 2? ew York purchased on the spot by our New York buyer, at
p i a price much under the regular valuation, to be sold at a third
r nCGS. jggg tbajj regular prices.
Now, just in time for the social functions, comes this oppor
iumty a saving not to be overlooked.
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$150.00 COSTUMES
1-3 Lees, Now
$100.00
$90.00 COSTUMES
1-3 Less, Now
$60,00
$125.00 COSTUMES
1-3 Less, Now
$83.33
$8850 COSTUMES
1-3 Less, Now
$95.00 COSTUMES
1-3 Less, Now
$63.35
$85.00 COSTUMES
1-3 Less, Now
$56.67
And so on through the entire line 1-3 off the price.
t OFF THE PRICE OF PATTERN HATS!
All Imported Pattern Hats, marked $25.00 or more, will be sold
at one-third less than the originally marked prices Don' de
lay the first comers always find the greatest selection.
ay and Wednesday, we specially (JQ gA J $1 C
e Women's and Misses' Coats at yV.OV allO $10
Tuescfe
feature
These two lines are undoubtedly the best values that have ever
arrived in El Paso! The Models are the newest the materials
are exceptionally handsome, in odd and attractive weaves,
with collar and cuffs of plaid, stripe or contrasting colors, em
bellished with fancy buttons and ornaments.
50c
WOME1PS FLEECED UMION SUITS
In -white only, extra value.
WOMEN'S FLEECED VESTS OR Cf0
PAWTS In fine ribbed crochet fin-Ov?C
isbed, short sleeves und ankle lengths.
WOMEN'S FLEECED UNION SUITS '?C
Extra quality, in gray, cream or OOC
-white out sizes 75c suit.
CHILDREN'S SLEEPING GAR- 4fi
MENTS Sizes 6 months to 9 years eH
a nice, fleeced garment with closed feet.
CHTLDRErTS FLEECED VESTS OR 0
PANTS Long sleeves ankle length &iOC
pants, an excellent value.
CHILDREN'S FLEECED UNION " CA
SUITS In grev. cream or white. FulliJVJ'C
WOMEN'S WOOL VESTS OR d -I rt
fashioned, warm garments. ., P J. v J
PANTS High or low neck, long or
short sleeves, or without sleeves.
WOMEN'S-WOOL UNION-v. d- 7C
SUITS Light -weight, hand cro- O
chet and ailk taped neck, long or short sleeves,
knee or ankle length an extra special.
WOMEN'S FLEECED UNION dj-j Of
SUITS Heavy weight, ribbed. J) 1 &
crochet aBd taped neck, extra well made.
Women's and Misses' Coat
Suits at a
aving o
nil ill d? 1 1
$1250 and $15.00 Suits
Special fQ Qf
at P7.7D
$25 00 Coat Suits Spe-
J1 $18.75
$20.00 and $22.50 Suits-
Special
at . . . .
$27.50 to $30.00 Suits-
Special
at
$13.75
$30.00 Suits
$19.50
The superb assortments are -unexcelled,
embracing every new weave,
shade and material in a wonderful
choice of beautiful models.
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(Advertisement)
Train Bulletin.
Texas & Pacific train No. S, due at
2:05 p. m, is reported .to arrive at 11:35
p. m. All other afternoon and night
trains for -Monday are reported on time.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills Bids-
Failed to Shew Iilceasc
Juan Montea was arrested by the po
lice Sunday on a charge of operating
a wagon without a license.
Charfes Oiwb, attorney moved to
318-19 Trust Bldg.; phone 202.
Dr. J. H. Fat, dentist, 501-582 Roberts-Banner
Biag- phone 1650.
Ijeadea Bankers to Make Itean.
London, England, Oct. 14. Another
powerful independent banking com
bine, the Peking correspondent of the
Daily Telegraph asserts, has offered
to undertake reasonable Chinese con
version schemes to any amount.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Kieetrieal Supply
Co. US N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Coras! D't have Hera. See Mrs. Ben
eon, 326 Herald Bldg. Open evenings.
'Weaura Awsaactaated.
San Francisco, Cal., Oct 14. Mrs.
Emily Blets, a paperhanger's wife, who
was helpine her dauehter throusrh a
second reader' lesson here last night,
stopped to answer a Knock at the door
and was shot down by a man who
emptied a revolver at her.
Sound navy yard Sunday for Nicaragua
via San Francisco and Acapulco, Hex.
A'eeAiHR KlaKHes? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Shoplifting- Charged.
Margarita Bspinosa was arrested by
the police Saturday afternoon on a
charge of theft under $50. It was al
leged that she took a number of ar
ticles from a store on Overland street.
Dr. JencK, foot specialist. Mills Bldg-.,
cures evil smelling feet. Open evenings.
Dr. Rebinsen, disease oi children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts -Banner Bldg.
, Pined Per Damping Trash.
Jose Jt Gonzales, who was arrested
by the police for dumping trash within
the city limits, was fined $1 on the
charge -hy judge Adrian Pool in the
corporation court, Saturday afternoon.
Dr. Branch Craige has moved to 214
218 Roberts-Banner Bldg. Phone 6.
Dr. Cameras, dentist. 338 Mesa Ave.
"Mike the l)HCk" Dead.
Pueblo, Colo, Oct. 14. O. F. Nelson,
one of the best known newspaper men
of the west, familiarly known Uo all
readers of Pueblo daily papers as
"Mike the Duck," a nom de plume, with
which he entertained the public with
bright humor, died Sunday at his home
in this city. Mr. Nelson was taken
sick last winter with typhoid fever,
from the effects of which he never recovered.
Prtnapt Hack Service.
Ponjeroy's hacks are at the barn,
bitches, awaiting your call. Phones,
Bell 651-2444.
3,700,000 years ago. Another specimen
known as the triceratops (three horn
trace) had a skull seven feet in length,
with horns over each eye and one at
the end of the nose.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burb, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
J. C. Huff, contractor and builder, 608
North Oregon St., phone 27S5.
ENSIGN DROWNS IN
. NEW YORK HARBOR
New York, N. Y., Oct 14. -Ensign
Andes Hailey Butler, U. S. N.. was
drowned in the Hudson river Sunday
while returning with three fellow of
ficers to his post on the battleship
Rhode Island in the line of the great
Atlantic armament at anchor here for
presidential review.
ARIZONAN SHOOTS
MAN; GIVES SELF UP
Pboenis. Ariz.. Oct 14. Walter Pack
ard shot and killed Billy Hicks on the
road six miles from Globe last niglit
Both were ow punchers. Hicks was
riding in a buggy with Mrs. Packard,
and was ambushed, it is said. Packard
gave himself up.
Dr. Abbr Ream, Buckler Bldg.
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oncora urapes
As An Extra Special
2 BASKETS q r4c
FOR kJ wl&
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Order at once.
Phone 2848.
They can't last long at this price.
"We are the leaders in low prices on high grade gro
ceries and fresh meats.
MONTANA GROGERY .
and Market
"QUALITY AT THE RIGHT PRICE.''
Phone 2848. 613-17 Montana St.
Dr. Prentfaw, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg. f
Dr. Xettie Satterlee, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg., phones 141, 3483.
His Lights Went Out.
Edward Solas was arrested by the
police Sunday night on a charge of
riding a blind bicycle.
Mexican Herald es Sal
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Maryland Sail For Nicaragua.
Seattle, Wash, Oct 14. The armored
cruiser Maryland sailed from Paget
"Can't You Help My Baby?"
MOTHERS OF KC5CKMA TORTURED
CHILDRKX ASK US THIS.
IMwcnrd Stripes fer Prisoners.
San Francisco, Cal., Oct 14. Three
fourths of California's convicts soon
will discard their stripes and dress in
the plain clothes of civilians. An
nouncement to this effect was made by
CoL Charles Sonntag of the state board
of .prison directors. He said the meas
ure eliminating from the garb of most
of the state's prisoners the symbol of
their shame would go into effect as
soon as a special committee could ar
range for a new classification of the
inmates of San Quentin and Folsom
prisons.
10u-Disconnt Sale 10
Our Red Tag Furniture Sale is now
over, but for one week longer we will
offer any article of furniture in our
immense stock at a 10 percent reduction
from the regular price, oa can al
ways be assured of finding what you
want here. Our handsome golden quar
tered oak dining tables, Circassian wal
nut dressers, and golden quartered oak
buffets are an addition to any home.
We also have the most complete line
0 orass oeas in ine ciiy. oiup in mis
week and look them over. Prices are
very reasonable.
EI Paso Household Furnishing Co.
Cor. Mills and Stanton Sts. Adv.
Dr. O. C. Went, 39 Mills Bldg.
Stuart makes uptodate photos.
Mesa avenue.
22S
Try This Remedy at Ou Kfek.
Of all the ills of childhood none
causes more suffering than eczema and
other itching, burning rashes that drive
the little ones almost frantic
Nowadays when mothers ask us
'Cant you help my baby get relief
from eczema." we can say. "Yes." Our
new Skin remedy, Saxo Salve, has
worked some very remarkable cures
here, not only for children but for
adults as well.
Its first effect is to stop the terrible
itching and burning, and make the skin
comfortable. Then it is absorbed right
into the skin, destroying the germs and
exerting its healing power at the seat
of the disease
"We guarantee Saxo Salve to give sat
isfaction when used for eruptions and
km troubles, of any kind, paying back
"our Tnftnpv if it Hnar- . xrn.. o
Pollard, Druggists, El Paso, Xe.5. AdyJ
IMrtjrthle a Record Flight.
Frederickshaven, Germany, Oct 14.
The new German naval Zeppelin dirig
ible balloon has started on one of the
longest flights ever attempted. Tiie
balloon ascended at 8:45 oclock with
21 passengers aboard. A direct flight
will be made to Helgoland, across to
Dantzic, and .from that town to Ber
lin. It is believed 46 hours will be
occupied in the flight
Dr. JamieseH, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 61S Mills Bldg.
For house ivlriag and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street
Skeletons of Primeval Monsters.
Ottawa, Ont. Oct 14. Perfect skele
tons of two primeval monsters found
in the Rea Deer district of western
Canada, are among 10 tons of fossils
for the Victoria Memorial museum,
brought here by Charles H. Sternberg,
the American explorer. One of the
skeletons, a duckbill dinosaur,
weighed more than 6000 pounds, and is
35 feet Ions?. The explorer estimated
XM period, when this. sfiii&il lived as
DRTKCTIVE RECOVERS MISSING
TRUNK? MEXICAN ARRESTED
XfOuis Saichik, from Albuquerque. N.
M., was a visitor in El Paso Saturday
en route to Dallas, Tex. He brought
two trunks While in El Paso. Mr.
Saichik lost the checks for his trunks,
but positively identified one as his
property: the other one could not be 1
found. City detective Woods -was de-
tailed on the case. He discovered that '
the trunk had been hauled to a house
on South Santa Fe street. The trunk
was recovered, and Ramon Reyes, a
one armed Mexican, was arrested by
the detective. Reyes was fined $25
by judge Adrain Io Monday mor.ung
on a charge of vagrancy.
Avoid Sedctive Cough MeHclHe.
If you want to contribute directly to
the occurrence of capillary bronchitis
and pneumonia use cough medicines
that contain oodine, morphine, heroin
and other sedatives when you have a
cough or cold. An expectorant like
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is what
Is needed. That cleans out the culture
beds or breeding places for the germs
of pneumonia and other germ diseases.
That is why pneumonia never results
from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. It has a world wide
reputation for its cures. It contains
no morphine or- other sedative For
sale by all dealers. Advertisement
OS-APLE BUTTONS ARE
MAKING THP.IR ADVENT
Os-Aple Jubilee buttons have ap
peared. These buttons are orange and
black and have a profile of the con
ventional imlian on the badge. The
i?fs admit the wearers to membei
s&Sfi AA iM fis-AjOg club.
COLUMBUS KNIGHTS
HAVE ANNIVERSARY
Addresses Are Delivered; Refreshments
Served and a Dance Held in
K. of C. Building.
The El Paso council of the Knights
of columbus entertained Sunday night
at the home on Myrtle avenue, in
honor of the 420th anniversary of the
discovery of America by Christopher
Columbus, whose naine the order
bears.
The Knights of Columbus building
was crowded with members of the or
der, their families and their friends,
who heard judge A. S. J. Eylar and
Joseph M. Nealon deliver speeches in
commemoration of the event
In speaking on the character of the
discoverer of America, judjre Eylar
said that despite all the difficulties,
the trials and disappointments he met
before his dream of a new land was
fulfilled, hi3 first thought, when he
set foot on the new world, was not of
himself, but of the Creator who had
directed his steps.
J. M. Nealon spoke also of Colum
bus's character and explained, in a
measure, the degrees of the Knights
of Columbus.
A bust of Columbus was presented
to the local council during the eve
ning, the donators being H. M. An
dreas. Joseph M. Nealson and Henry
Welsh.
After the speaking, refreshments
were served and the remainder of the
evening was given over to dancing.
Several hundred persons were present
during the entertainment
Special in" Dinner Set
Fine decorated Austrian china 106
piece sets, regular price $25.00.. Special
sale J 15. 00. China Palace; 112 San An
tonio street Advertisement
7000 burnetized posts lor sale at
Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
TUCUMCARI SCHOOLS
TO SELECT ORATORS
Deer Hunting In Popular Diversion In
Quay County; Mothers' Club to
nave Special Exercises.
Tucumcari, N. M, Oct 14. Tues
day, October IT, has been set for the
selection of the representative from
the local high sehool to the state ora
torical association to be held in Albu
querque v during the sessions of the
New Mexico educational association.
The following is the program of those
contesting: "The old west and thd
new," Stella Alfocd; "Peace, the policy
of the nation," Earl Gerhardt; "The
relation of commerce and the arts,"
Maple Neafus: "America's true great
ness," Leslie Beys. r
The following is the program for
the regular session of the Mothers'
club of the local schools: Vocal
solo, Mrs. U. S. Devor; "Little orphan
Annie," Elsie Ruth Dykes; "Why the
kindergarten?" Mrs. F. M. Faulken
bergf discussion, led by the secretary,
Miss Clara Gerhardt; piano solo. Mrs.
O. E. Brown. The meeting will be
held at the high school auditorium
Friday afternoon at 3 p. m.
The following residents of this city
have made arrangements to go on a
deer hunt to the foot hills of the
Rock October 26: W. H. Roberts, J.
T. Wofford. T. W. Smith, Caspar
Aleen and Elton Dunn.
& M. Wharton, Silas May, George
Eager and J. B. Taylor of the city, are
at present deer hunting, being ex
pected home this week.
Otto F. Edler, for several years cap
tain of the local company. New Mex
ico National guards, died Saturday.
He was a member of the B. P. O. E.
The remains will be taken probably
to his old home in St Louis.
NewuS
See These
Arrow Shirts
They are the last word in
Shirt making snappiest of
I Fall patterns as well as the
staple patterns for
the conservative
man. Made with
the NEW SHORT BOSOM, or in negligee styles,
$1.50 and up
White madras collars Arrow Brand, 2 for 25c
Benjamin
Clothes
en
c
If you are going to fence, get some
Of Lander' treated posts. Adv.
s.
RETS TONIGKT!
ONSTIPATED, HUGHf All
G
Turn the rascals out the headache,
biliousness, indigestion, , constipation,
the sick, sour stomach and foul gases
turn them out tonight with Casca-rets.
Millions of men and women take a
Cascaret now and then and never
know the misery caused by a lazy liver,
clogged bowels or an upset stomach.
Don't put in another day of distress
wake up refreshed and feel fine. Let
Cascarets cleanse and sweeten your
stomach ; remove the sour. Undigested
and fermenting food and that miser -making
gas; take the excess bile from
your liver anr carry off the decomposed,
waste matter and constipation poison
Ifrom the bowels. Then yon will feel
great
A Cascaret tonight will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
keeps your head clear, stomach sweet.
liver and bowels regular and you feel
Icheerful and bully for months. Don t
forget the children their little insides
need a good, gentle cleansing, too.
C&HQ& CATHARTIC
fcfcfc 10 CENT BOXES -ANY DRUG STORE ag3"
Jffil to,, 7 &P f Hi ; 1 W "Harvard nk
JH BMlgH mms" IBk
jHFg (Hand Finished) 9S WNVfSI& flifliB (Hand Finished) 1f
liyilllil Underwear 'SJMmfM. lll Underwear EHia3
Millii m'Mmdiwk BUS
fwmBS' Wf yl lBBHtt
I Special Displays of these Famous Makes of Underwear J
On Sale at "Merode" and "Harvard Mills" Shops During the Week Beginning
Monday, October 14th
There is good reason for this action of ours. We want to make Life-Long Customers of Every
Woman who desires to Secure Satisfactory Underwear. Hosts of women wear these two brands now, bot
not enough, to satisfy us. We want to bring every woman face to face with the
"Merode" and Harvard Mills" 'Underwear
'-. We believe you are entitled to get the Full Value of Comfort
and Wear for Every Dollar spent for Underwear, and
. ' these two brands will make that a certainty.
SPECIAL
UNION SUITS, $1.00 VESTS, DRAWERS and TIGHTS at 5c
In alftShapes, REGULAR $1.50 VALUE AH Shapes, REGULAR 75c VALUE
Ask for No. 1475 "Merode" or 4475 "Harvard MiHs"
A medium Weight 11 Ribbed Bleached finest combed Yarn. Perfect la shape. Ekwdc to an aaexpected degree.
These fine Examples in Seasonable Underwear are specially adapted to the prevaWsg style of dress.
If your dealer is sold out, he is authorized to take your order and garments will be sent to you.
Write your dealer for a pamphlet giving description of the numerous styles for
. . - WOMEN and CHILDREN
obtainable in these two brands, and be sure to remember the date. "
Week Beginning Monday, October 14th
Lord & Tay lor
Wholesale Distributors

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