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EL PASO HERALD
& Saturday, November 2, 1912
Offers Special Values in Bedding for Saturday
Night and Monday
Very fine all wool Scotch rf vj ng
Plaid Blankets $7 .50
Large aim all wool Blankets, plaid,
white and gray, g of?
Good quality all wool &A QP
Blankets, plaids and gray pffrd
Large size wool Nap Blankejs,
plaids and white, tfjQ EZ.fl
Large sice plaid and gray wool
Nap Blanket frcy j(
Large sice heavy gray fQ rr
cotton Blankets iUU
Large sine gray cotton -f f
Blankets and white. ... P 1 .Ov?
1 lot of large siie gray rf O C
cotton Blankets 1 aaD
Gray cotton Blankets for -s ff
50c, 75c and P i W
Crib Blankets. -i rn
25c, 50c, 5c, 75c, $1.00. . P A 0 V
Sheets and Sheeting
81x90 heavy Hotel Sheets, j-
dok. $7.65, each O C
81x90 Pepperell Sheets, the ??
best, dor. $7.66, each OiC
81x90 good quality Sheet, Q
doz. $75, each OaC
72x90 good fair Sheet, fifh
dor. $6.78, each DUC
1 lot of good fair Sheets, QQ
with seam in center, each . . . O a? C
9-4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting,
known for the qualify, ftp
per yard 6i O C
42x36 inch Pepperell Cases, -f
dor. $1.75, each ...: IOC
42x38 Heavy Hotel Cases, -a j-
dor. $1.75, each IOC
1 lot of good fair Cases, i ey ti
dor. $1.38, eaeh 1'ZC
1 lot of Cases, ! A
Our comforts are made long length,
silkaliae tops and bottom, nice qual
ity of cotton, for the following prices:
$1.00, $1.26, $1.50, $1.75,
CO.l .AkTL- B
i itmiiaMM 1 116 Dd
For 50c, 76c, $1.00,
1 Jot long size heavy -a C.(
white Bed Spreads for. . P 1 &V
20x40 inch hemmed Bath
Towels, dor. $2.00, each.
22x46 inch heavy Bath
Towels, doz. $2.66, eaeh
1 lot 18x3,6 inch cotton Hotel
Towels, doz. $1.00, each
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In the history of this store has just closed. Our efforts to please the customer have
resulted in a volume of business beyond our fondest hope. We are prepared to
offer even better bargains and better service this month than last and we trust
you wil lgive us a trial and be convinced of our ability to save you money.
Some of the special features for next week will be Library Furniture, some of
which are shown here.
CONCERNED IN BALKAN WAR
For The Children's
Start early in forming ideas of neat
ness and order in the minds of the young.
School days are days of frolic and
books are apt to be roughly candied.
In their otrn rooms to protect boobs they
now nave encourage them to ctre these
books proper care, and as their books in
crease, additional units mar be obtained to
care for tbe increase
Jjet ns sbovr 70a tbe xsany attraenre scries
and rfifflhjnarfewr m Qloba-Wernicke Book
casa. and demoiatrate bow readily they
adapt tbaoaarres to the seeds ot the some.
A GltOl'P OF" AORTHBRX AtBAXIA CITIZENS
Mission Settee, in fumed
oak, genuine leather cush
ion seat. Spe- 9 A(
cial on sale. . . $&.v.'tlt
Kelly Morris Chair; in,
imitation leather. Special
Couch in velomr uphol
stered, good springs. Spe
cial on "7 "7C
sale tp J
Genuine Leather Couch,
very large and strong.
Special on CAO
This Elegant Library Ta
ble, exactly like cut, in ma
hogany or' golden quarter
sawed oak, highly pol
ished, has large blind
drawer, French legs; a reg
ular $15.00 value. Special
for next e-fft OK
3 Piece Brown Fiber Suit,
including rocker, settee
and arm chair. fiC! CH
' Special on sale $U.UU
Chase Leather Couch,
large size, well construct
ed. Special $10 Kfi
on sale BU.UU
Genuine Leather Rocker,
in fumed or Harly English,
heavy-post, strongly con
structed. Spe-- CQ in
cial on sale ?" U
Queen Ann Rocker, in
genuine Spanish leather,
. full upholstered, formerly
sold for $35.00. $99 Ch
This Massive Colonial Li
brary Table, exactly as
represented, made in quar
tered sawed oak and gen
uine mahogany veneer;
compares favorably with a
$35.00 table. tj( OK
Special on sale.v"
This, Heavy Mission li
brary Table, all quarter
sawed oak finished Early
English has blind drawer.
A very heavy table and
worth more than our price
Special on sale
We have an elegant line of Library Chairs and Rock
ers. A few are mentioned here.
No 803, Mahogany Suit 3 Kelly Morris Chair, you
pieces, genuine leather up- simply sit down and rest,
holstered, has spring seat, all automatic, genuine
nicely finished. Special on leather upholstered. Spe-
sale, 3 tOl fn cial on CQ 70
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UTILE I FDI
Contlnned from page L)
work set for them and while all the
countries of Europe have sent contin
gents to assist in caring for the wound'
ed, the suffering in the war area must
The war easels of the powers are hur
rying to the east to protect the Chris
tians among the Turkish population.
Graphic descriptions of the week long
battla between the Turkish and Bul
garian armies are now reaching Lon
don The fighting on the left wing of the
Turkish army, according to one corre
spondent, was terribly severe. In their
attack on Lule Burgas, the Bulgarians
found Shefkat Pasha with his troops
in position on the slopes behind the
town. The Bulgarians brought up six
teries and shelled the position on Mon
day evening. They then carried out an
infantry attack, which was successful.
On Tuesday the Bulgarian artillery set
tled down to a methodical preparatory
bombardment to which the Turkish ar
tillery replied vigorously. In the ar
tillery duel, no superiority was shown
by either side.
On Tuesday afternoon it became clear
to the Turkish commander that the Bul
garians were pushing up masses of re
inforcements to the firing line to give
weight to their attacks. This meant
that the position at Lule Burgas ' as
becoming untenable. The Turkish ad
vance line fell back in admirable order
t3 Torg-ut Sheafkeat, where the main
line on the left was stationed The
town itself remained unoccupied bv
either side during Tuesday night and
throughout Wednesday, when it was
set on fire by the explosion of Bulga
Close) battle was begun between the
opposing forces at dawn on Wednesday
and raged with equal firceness along
the whole front for a distance of 20
The Bulgarians began by a deter
mined effort to take the railway bridge,
but the Turkish troops, entrenched near
the head of the bridge, drove tbem back
with sweeping fire.
Tarks Suffer Heavy Loss.
Toward noon the Bulgarian artillery
concentrated its fire on the center of
the Turkish position as a prelude to an
assault. The shrapnel fire waa perfect
ly timed and the Turkish infantry suf
Xong columns of wounded were
passed to the rear after receiving first
aid on the field.
No description of the latter stages of
the battle has come through, but re
ports from Sofia assert that the Bul
garians carried everything before tbem.
Further dispatches from Sofia say
the Turks offered an obstinate resist
ance. The conflicts continued until late
on "Wednesday night with waverings.
Eventually, however, the Turks gave
way all along the line, the Bulgarians
capturing the railway station at Mu
radli and thus commanding the rail
way line to Saloniki, which is now iso
lated. TURKS claim: grbbks
SUFITOK HBATT Ii'OSS.
Constantinople, Turkey, Nov. 3.
Newspaper dispatches from Saloniki
dated November 1 say heavy fighting
continued on the plain of Vardara
and that the Greeks are sustaining
heavy losses. The Turkish troops are
said to have captured 25 Greek c-u -alrymen
and two field, guns and the
Greeks are described as retiring pur
sued by the Turks.
British and French cruisers hare ar
rived at Saloniki and two German war
vessals are expected there.
The German gunboat Goreley, bring
ing ex-sultan Abdul Hamid from Sal
oniki, arrived here today, Abdul
Hamid and the women of the harem
are to be placed for the preesnt in
Beyler Bey palace on the Asiatic side
of tbe Bosphorus.
Servians Sweep Macedonia.
Belgrade, Servia, Nov. 2. The Ser
vian cavalry continues to sweep Mace
donia. The Turks do not offer serious
resistance to them anywhere. A
column of bervians has arrived with
in a few miles of Ferlepe, where they
expect to join the Greeks. A convoy
of 500 wounded Servian soldiers ar
rived here today from Veles.
TWO MEN" KILLED
Norfolk. Va., Nov. 2. M. P. Horan
and H. W. Cramer, two firemen on the
battleship Vermont, were so . badly
scalded when the head of a boiler
blew out last night that they died to
day on the hospital ship Solace. Four
others were Injured but not so seri
ously. A ' board of Investigation has been
ordered. ' ;
Tbe others hurt were R. M. "Wagner,
J. W. Newberry, at W. Green and a
DEMAND FOR WILE
Local Dealers May Drive
Mexican Cattle Overland
Until Roads Rebuild.
Cattlemen are anxiously awaiting the
o 1 1 tne Mexico North Western
railroad, in order that they may bring
their stock into the local market. There
Ir bir demand for cattle here, but a
scarcity of beef because of the condl
.it. n et tne railroads.
Men en;ra?ed in the livestock busi
ness state that they have been assured
that work of repairing the road will
start in a few days, bat, even if the la
borers are not molested and the' rebels
do not burn any more bridges. It will
require at least one month to complete
the repairs. There is no assurance, they
say. that they can get their cattle out
very soon and some of them are plan
ning to bring them overland as soon as
they are sure they can do this without
May Bring Ht 200O Head.
John H. Moore has gone to Casas
Grandee to look after the Look & Odall
cattle there. He is to determine wheth
er or not they can be cared for there.
If they cannot, then the 2000 head will
probably be marched overland to Co
lumbus and brought into New Mexico
and then to El Paso.
HachiUT) N. M.. is the rendezvous for
cattle buyers at the present time and
they are crowding in there trying to get
hold of every herd that is brought in.
Many of these men are from eastern
Barler Oil Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
HAVE YOU SEE
This is the latest car in town
and worth coming to see
We have three cars on exhibition at our show room, among them a beautiful
limousine. We will be pleased to show these cars to all visitors.
Open every night next week.
C. P. Henry, Mgr.
E. P. & S. W. BLDG.
markets, where they report a big de
mand for Mexican cattle and a scarcity
of all kinds of beeves.
J. P. Odell will leave today for Ha
ehita to receive 800 head of Mormon
cattle shipped la there from the Mor
Sonera Cattle Imported.
J. T. McDaniels will arrive in Kl Paso
In a few days with a trainload of Sfiex.
loan cattle brought across the border
at Douglas. They are from Sonora
I. N. Stamper, of Vado. N. M.. is in
Bl Paso today visiting some of his cat
Geo. Look reports the new corps of
Mexican rnralee in Juarez all mounted
on good horses, many of them pur
chased from the- Mormons at Hachita.
He recognized in the group a horse
which bore his brand, but which had
been sold by his ranch foreman bo a
Mormon two years ago and later sold
to the Mexican army.
Geed Demand la California.
Wm. Connell is here from Tucson,
where he went to look at cattle. He
says the California buyers are taking
everything they can get In that mar
ket and are paying good prices for
Tom Kingsberry has gone to Douglas
to bring in some cattle for J. H. Na
tions, of El Paso. They axe coming
from Sonora and will be fattened for
No importations have been reported
during tip past two days at the office
of the United States bureau of animal
industry, which passes on all livestock
coming into the country in this dis
PACIFIC MAIL STKAMBR
San Juan del Sur, Nic, Nov. 2. A
wireless dispatch from Aeapnlco says the
Pacific Mail sieamer City of Panama
has arrived there without suffering in
jury from tbe hurricane.
Fourteen iron lighters which were
sunk in the harbor by the hurricane are
Barler Oil Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Ce, 3M Mills St
Manufacturers in many of the textile lines report substantial increases in sales
over last year; a great many are behind in deliveries and the mails are bringing
daily generous orders from traveling men and direct from stores that can't wait
for salesmen to call. Dnj Goods Economist.
You don 3t need educated fingers, all hands
can play the wonderfully simple and
yet simply wonderful
Chase & Baker Player-Piano
It is oik of the greatest entertainers yoa can hoe in me home ana
fej its aid you are able to play every known composition Uhotd tie
arduous study of music or even the need of fingering keys. And, mote
over, wthout effort, you give each selection the very expression ypu
most fte. T
Come in and hear a demonstration. i
SOLD ON EASY TEFiMS, AND THE MUSIC ROLLS CCfsr
El Paso's Player Piano Store.
2ND FLOOR. 214 1-2 TEXAS