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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 2, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
A Most Extraordinary Sale Presenting Most Extraordinary Unheard of Opportunities for Savings on
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Monday Come every day Our Profits are Yours This Week! See what Free Trade means to prices.
Great Free Trade Sale of Coats and Suits
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M Hf profits are yours This Week. Hi
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For Coats and Suits Worth to $29.50 J
A great purchase, planned particularly for this big sale, ropre- M
mh'no nnp nf thp. areatest Dnce concessions on the manufacturers
part, that has ever come our way will be placed at your disposal Monday ;and as long as they last These Coats
and Suits are all late Fall and Winter Models, with a great choice of color. In both fancy and plain materials,
excellently made and lined. The Coats come in the favored long models, with large Blanket and Roll collars, large
patch pockets and elegant trimmings Mostly in the greys that are so much in demand The Suits present a wonder
ful choice of all desired colors, dark or light, coats lined with fancy silks and satins, and handsomely tnmmed, or plain
Tailored Stvles See them in our window.
Tree Trade" price, with the tariff re
moved. While they last. There are hun
dreds of them, in every eolor aad shade.
A 'beautiful quality, but they'll go with
We earnestly advise early selections, as the
quantities, though large, will be quickly re
duced by the rapid selling these wonderful
va'ues insure, and the most fortunave will be
the early buyers.
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"FreeTrade" Sale of Linens k Wash Goods
this week the Tariff is off.
The profits all go to you
84 IK. FULL BLEACHED DAMASK JQ
regular 5e grade. Tanff Off i?C
75c FULL WIDTH silver aad full bleach
ed Knea Damask, Tariff Off
$1.00 ALL LIHEW SATIK DAKASK
heavy grade. J&rif i Off
$1.50 HEAVY SATIK DAMASK, 2 yards wide,
Irish manufacture, beautiful pat- &- "j Q
terns, Tariff Off p 1 1 27
50c BnEED0WK ROBDfG, ia faacy
eptoriags, Tariff Off
40c IMPORTED SHIRTIKG MADRAS, on
mku. .nJ Jr) imiiixl. Tariff Off ..OC
15c LOKG CLOTH, 36 in. wide, very
soft finish, Tariff Off
20 IN. HEMMED SILVER BLEACHED XAP
KIHS, Regular $250 dozen J "8 fC.
Tariff Oft v& 1 6 V
3-4 HEMMED WHITE SATIN DAMASK NAP
KINS, Regular $5.00 dozen dQ Cfk
Tariff Off P3.JVF
36 IN. K. S. LINEN DAMASK LUNCH CLOTHS
Regular $1.00. Tariff 65 C
HEAVY GERMAN DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS
$4.00 Regular. Tariff fen QP
EDEN FLANNELETTES, Faaey stripe, -fl
and subdued tints, Tariff off IOC
15c FLANNELETTES, in Persiande- -j ni
signs, heavy grade, Tariff off .'-.. LdtJC
15c NAINSOOK. 3B in. wide, English - U -manufacture.
Tariff of f . . . J.&2C
"Free Trade" Sale of Trimmed Hats
With the Excess
Up to $7.98 . . .
These Hats present an immense choice
of. .medium and large shapes, in both
tailored and trimmed models, in every de
sired color and combination. The
trimmings are of silk velvet, mes
salines, laces, and handsome feath
ersA style to please you, but
come early for the best selections.
The excess Tariff has been removed from all x
Children's Hals Bup note and save the
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.With Tariff Off
25c Rihhoss at
All light shades
in moire, -satin and
taffeta, 4 and 5
40c RihboBS at
All colors, fanjy
Dresden and Nov
elty ribbons in
the wide widths.
This "Free Trade" Sale means much to yon the
savings are wonderful.
$5.0 Coats at Bearskin Coats
White Bearsk.n Coats,
beantiful styles, trimmed,
with handsome buttons,
a very fine material and
sb extra special varae
for Hon- 0 7C
day at . . . &
Children's Long and Short Hear? Coats Are Priced
at $4.95 and Upwards The Tariff Is Off.
In satin, pique
net f 1 a es
Sale, with tariff
They are worth
25c and 35c.
Here's an opportunity
for big saving. These
coats come in all wanted
colors, are handsomely
trimmed models, for chil
dren 2 to 6 years old aud
are wonderroi vanns.
15c quality. Tariff Off
LENOX SOAP MONDAY
Tariff off, 8 bars for
"PRIDE OF THE FIELD" COTTON
Tariff off, 10 yards for
Yard wide, regular price 10c.
10-4 WOOL BLANKETS, Pair
Blue or grey, fancy borders. The
Tariff is off. Regular $3.50.
BORDERED BLANKET ROBES
The Tariff is off, regular $3.50
All wool, fancy patterns.
SATINE COV. COMFORTERS
Tlw Tariff is off. recular S1.50.
White cotton filled, pretty patterns.
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This "Free Trade" Sale
will save you the excess
$3.50 "ESKAY" PER
FECTION, 16 button
real French kid gloves
black or white, aton
day only 9 7E
pair .. . r 6 J
Regular Dollar Gloves, 2
C'asp, black, white ftp
and tan .. . OiJC
Women's Waists C-
The Tariff Is Of f these waists j J
are worth 75c and $1.00
White embroidered panel fronts, high neek
and long sleeve models, sleeves are prettily
trimmed with laee.
THERE ARE ABOUT 20 DOZKN OF
THESE WAISTS, BUT THEY WILL GO
WITH A RUSH COME EARLY LIMIT 6
Regular 10c and 12 l-3c grade
ia neat stripes, light or me
dium colors. These Flannelettes, white the
yardage is immense, we feel that all should
share the bargains, we limit each purchase
to 5 yards. Basement Store.
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G. H. train No. 1,. from the east due
at -SO p. -m. Is reported 60 minutes late.
Texas & Pacific train No. S, due at 9:05
p m. is reported one hour and 9 min
utes iate. All other trains are reported
on time tor Saturday afternoon and
Dr. Efeert, Ientt, 2H-218 Mils Bids.
PrenjRf' Hact Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your calL Phones,
Bell (51-2444. j
Gees After New Cars.
W. V. Neai left on the lden State
limited for St Louis Saturday, to look
after some new cars which have been
ordered for the El Paso Electric Rail
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 187 El Paso street
Needing glasses? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bid?.
Dr. JeneFoot Specialists, Mills Bid?.
Ashes Caase PIre.
Hot ashes placed against the fence at
313 West Boulevard started the tire
which called out the Sunset fire com
pany at 9:35 oclock Saturday morning.
There was no damage.
chamber of commerce directors pur- I
chased a. codv of the map of the El 1
Paso valley from H. A. Chandler and
approved the expense account of for
mer secretary Charles A. Kinne. which
had been held up since his resignation
went into, effect Oct 1.
Dr. J. H. Paget dentist 591-MS Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1S50.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestiner. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Garrett diseases of stomach and
intestines, removed to 408-4 Roberts
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist 228 Mesa Ave.
Butter contains about 1 8
per cent, salt and water.
Lard is- 100 per
perfect cooking medium,
and cods less than half
Physicians recommend Crusto for
invalid cookery, because the vege
table ingredients of which k is
made, are more easily assimilated
than animal fats like hog grease.
The nutritive value of Crusto is
very great. Every drop of Crusto
can be used apd re-used.
Charged With Dumping Trash.
H. Meyers was arrested by the police
Friday on a charge of dumping trash
within the city limits.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
For house vrlrlng and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street
City Is SHed.
Alleging that the city ejected them
from their own property on Nov. 1.
1902, and collected rent from it at the
rate of ?10 a month for 120 months,
Raefel Varela, her husband, and others
filed suit Friday against the city to
collect $1200 as damages, in the 34th
district court The property described
is one Acre of land beginning at the
west line of the land owned by the
Mundy brothers, and at the northeast
corner of a tract sold to Guadalupe
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira vf Collins, physician in chief:
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr 3 race Parker, Dr.
Paul R- Collins, consulting physicians;
201 "West Missouri street
Resigns City Job.
Frame Higgins, who has been con
nected with the olty water works de
partment for the past year as book
keeper, has resigned to take a position
in the office of George W. Huffman,
county assessor. Mr. Higgins was suc
ceeded by T. E. Bowen, who held a
position in the First National bank.
Dr. Anna .Ileum, Buckler Bldg.
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NUF MY H .1
Eaeli Will Build Handsome
Home on Federal Street,
in New Addition.
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bids.
On as Patrolman Noir.
H. Crawford, who officiated as the
official motorcycle policeman for the
city for several weeks, Saturday ir.orn
ing was on duty on San Antonio street
as a patrolman.
Mexican DJerald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Reservation Case Passed.
The submission and the argument on j
the "reservation" case in the eighth ;
court of civil appeals was passed by
agreement of attorneys until next '
Thursday, the regular submission r day
of the higher court ,
Hae your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Cc US N. Stanton St Both phones.
A CARNEGIE MEDAL
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 2 Among the
awards made by the Carnegie hero fund
commission are those to Edward W.
Hargett sr., of Globe, Ariz.; Richard H.
Mardiss. Nacozarl, rionora, and George
A. BUtch, of Palo Pinto, Tex. Hargett
a restaurant proprietor, attempted to
rescue Nora N. Higdon and Anna E.
Wendelborn from a runaway on March
6, 1908. His award is a bronze medal
and SI 000 as neeced. Mardiss attempt
ed to save Charles A. Hill from suffoca
tion. His award is a silver medal and
$1000 as needed. Geo. A. Blitch saved
John R. Northcutt from suffocation.
His award is a bronze medal and $1000
toward the purchase of a farm.
Bxamiaatlea for BI Paso Position.
An examination for a stenographer
in the civil service for assignment to'
some post in El Paso will be held in
the federal building on Oct 26. This
position is open to both men and
women and pays $900 per annum.
Dr. It M. KatHflT. dentist Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratlin. 204-5-6 Caples Bldg.
Dr. Nettle Satterlec, osteopath, 609
American Bank Bldg . phones 141, 3483.
Five El Paso business men have
bought 90 lots in Manhattan Heights
addition and will erect homes there
having an aggregate value of $40,000.
C H. Leavell has arranged for the pur
chase of 90 lots -on Federal boulevard
lit Manhattan Heights from the im
provement company which Is having
the addition graded and paved. Asso
ciated with Mr Leavell are D. T.
"White, Clarence Pickrell, A. F. Kerr
and W. L. Foxworth Bach will erect
a modern home on the lots purchased.
Federal boulevard is to be saved and
water connections made at once. The
price paid for the 90 lots which were
purchased by Mr. Ijeavell-and his asso
ciates was $30,000. The lots are in
blocks 14, 15, and 23 in the heart of
the new addition
EilvrartlM Buys Ranch.
P. J. Edwards has bought an 85 acre
ranch near Berino in thejipper valley.
It was purchased from C. H. Leavell
I. B Walker is having plans drawn
by O. E. Thorman & company for a one
One Dose Relieves
a Gold No Quinine
Pape's Cold Compound cures
colds and grippe in
a few hours.
Expense Account Approved.
In their executive session Friday the
"The doghouse," shouted a bellman
at the Congress hotel to the key cierk
in asking for the key to the room
to which he Was taking a convention
"Hold on there." snapped the guest,
Henry ValkenstPtn, of New York.
"What's this 'doghouse' mean' Think
I am an animal?" "That's all right'
said clerk John Burke soothingly. "It's
only a nickname the boys have for the
room I gave you, which was K-9." "O,
I see," said the guest "K-9 canine,
good joke on me, eh?" Record-Herald.
We have everything in the heating i
and cooking "Devices, "electrical Texas '
Electrical Snnply Co., "House of Qnal- ',
j Ity," 119 N. Stanton.
Heating Stoves Every Size and Price.
, La,urie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St j
You can surely end Grippe and
break up the most severe cold either
in head, chest, back, stomach or
limbs, by taking a dose of Pape's Cold
Compound every 'two hours until three
consecutive doses are taken.
It promptly relieves the most mis
erable headache, dullness, head and
nose stuffed up, feverishness, sneez
ing, soie throat, mucous catarrhal
discharges, running of the nose, sore
ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges.
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed, without interference with
your usual duties and with the knowl
edge that there is nothing else in the
world, which will cure your cold or
end Grippe misery as promptly and
without any other assistance or bad
after-effects as a 25-cent package of
Pape's Cold Compound, which any
druggist can supply accept no sub
stitute contains no quinine belongs
in every home Tastes nice.
storv apartment building on the corner
i Ot SianiOIl 1I1 iBniu -.
! . . iji. n.I11 k. n.f mlaalAn
apartment ouiiuibb "" "' , IH"
design and will have a novel interior
arrangement Each of the eight single
room apartments will have a kitchen
ette, bath and sleeping porch in connec
tion and will be equipped with Cali
fornia disappearing beds. The apart
ment is especially designed '"T winter
tourists who desire a small, but fully
A. E. Bartlett has purchased from J.
A. Robertson lot 1 and the south 15
feet of lot 2 In block 1. Golden Hill
addition, for $1100 The wgtr "de
through the Anderson-Filler Realty
"progreiw Made on cwCaiireh'
The walls of the Altura Presbyterian
church have been completed and tne
trnsaes will be placed Monday.
Ucfsl? Jul a Doyle has built a five room
bungalow of brick at 807 Upson avenue
and will occupy it as her home S E.
Patron and company, who """n tms
house, has commenced work on a $3000
bungalow of five rooms at W3 Cliff
street for John Amstatter. Work has
also been started on the two story
residence, for Bernard Schuster on lots
Sand 4 in block 125 fronting on Bliss
street in the Alta Vista, section, to cost
$12,000 n , , .
Jf er BHlldings Completed.
The two story, store and apartment
building, at 407 South Stanton street,
the second story of which will be occu
nied by Frank Del Buono as his home,
has been completed by S. E. Patton
and company. The structure cost
$5000. , , H
Marr. has returned from a pleasure trip
to the east
AdvertII"K and Oanatng.
By W. C. Kcnaga.
Advertising has probe llj done more
to foster the habit of systematic sav
ings than any other one factor
Banks through newspaper advertis
ing have induced thousands of people
to'open savings accounts and to sys
tematically add thereto.
The savings naoit once iormeu "
to the reading of advertising along
other lines, for your savings bank de
positor is keen to discover-ways which
will permit him or her to increase the
There are those who actually deposit
i i..h Ha rtlffArnce between
! what they expected to pay for articles
and the amount tnev ooumii mciu iv
when advertised at special prices.
Then there are those who, with a
given sum as working capital, keep
clos watch of the advertisements ap
pearing on the "Want" page and by ju
dicious investment turn this capital
again a.id again crediting the profits
to their savings accounts
Mere hoarding of money isn t the ob
ject of saving One should save to
know the value of money to hae the
money ready when Opportunity offers
a reward to the person with ready
Mere reading of advertising to save
a penny here and a dime there on the
cost ot an article is not getting the
true -value of the adve. tisements One
should read adertlcing for the liberal
education it affords, for the better
ways of living it makes possible, as
well as for the tlme-"i in? and money
bavins opportunities it presents.
SIX ASSESTED ON
Chief of Pellee Davis Says He PohbiJ
Them Playing Poker In the BaM-
ment ef the Legal Tender;
J. Sf. Jones, J 5. Johnson; D. H. Ray,
P. Hendricks, A. A. Highflll and W.
Jargegin were arrested by chief of po
lice L N. Davis and city detective Joe
Hausinger Friday night at 945 oclock,
and docketed at the police station on a
charge of gaming.
Police chief Davis stated Saturday
morning that he and the detective dis
covered the men engaged in a game of
poker in the basement of the Legal
Tender saloon on- Overland street iri
day night There were 280 poker ctips
and two copper cents on the table, the
chief said, when h" and the detective
"walked into the basement The men,
he said, did not appear to know him
nd continued playing their hands.
Later when he told them that he was
going to take them to the station, he
said they "cashed" in, and accompanied
him. With the exception of D H Ray.
who the chief said was the dealer, the
defendants were released on $10 beads
each. Ray's bond was raced at $25.
LAAVYEK SAYS HE FELT BOTJXD TO
TRANSFER PROPERTY TO TRUST"
Chicago. IU., Nov. 2 How the prop
erty of the Aultman & Miller company,
of Akron. O. was acquired by the In
ternational Harvester companv in No
vember. 1905, was related by William A.
Vincent an attorney in the govern
ment's dissolution salt against the al
The witness said he purchased the
property at a receiver's sale in July,
1903. for $610,000, and. after operating
it ostensibly as an Independent concern
for more than two years, formally
transferred it to the alleged comblna-1
tion In November. 190a. The witness
said that after acquiring the plant the
name of the plant was changed to the
Aultman & Miller Buckee company.
Mr Vincent said he undertook to pur
chase the property as the agent of
Cyrus H McCormick and James H.
Deenng. but that his proposition was
refused b the company. Later, the
witness said, he purchased the propert
on his on n account, although he felt
all along morally bound to let the In
ternational Harvester company eventu
ally have it
CORROBORATES STORY TOLD
OF BLO"D ESKIMO TRIBE
San Francisco. Calif. Nov 2 Cor
roborating in every essential detail
thp storv of the discovery of blonde
I lcltiTTif. tnhM retentlv given the world
I .. tnA K,. Vilhialmnr Stf f nnsrtll '
, his partner in rctic exploration. Pr.
I Rudolph Martin nderson. of Forest
Cttv, la., arrived nere on tne wnaier
Belvldere, after four and a half years
in the frozen north.
He was accompanied by professor B.
de Ko-. en LeffmswelL of Pasadena,
Calif who has soent three and a half
iears making observations in the vi
cinity of the Flatman islands and sur
eving and manpin? about 150 miles of
the coaj t Hae
sm.miCR MIRDFRER ARRESTED.
NogalfB, Ariz, Nov. 2. Andrew Yes-
bit a private of the Fourth United
States cavalry, who on Wednesday
night shot and killed Francises. Gn
jalva and wounded two Yaqui Indians
who tried to protect her, was captured
yesterday at Magdalena, Sonora, ac
cording to a message from the Mexican
How Mrs. Bethune was Re
stored to Health by Lydia
E. Fink&am's Vegeta
Sikeston, Mo. "For seven years "
suffered everything. I was in bed for
four or five days at a
time every month,
aad so weak I comld
hardly w&Bc I bad
and headache, and
was so nervous and
- weak that I dreaded
to see anyone or
have anyone move in
the room. The. doc
tors gave me medi
cine to ease nte at
those times, and said that I oujjfbt to
have an operation. I would not listen to
that, and when a friend of my husband's
told him about Lydia E. Pinkhamfc Veg
etable Compound and what it hat done
for his wife, I was willing to take it.
Now I look the picture of health sVxl feel
like it, too. I can do all ray owaj house
work, work in the garden and entertain
company and enjoy them, and dan walk
as far as any ordinary womanany day
in the week. I wish I could talWto every
suffering woman and girl, andiell them
rhat Lydia E. Pinkham's "fegetable
Compound has done for nW." Mrs.
Dsma Bethune, Sikeston, Mo.
Remember, the remedy whifch did this
was Lydia E. Pinkham's jVegetable
It has helped thousands of women who
have been troubled with dtjs9acementsr
inflammation, ulceration, tunors, irreg
ularities, periodic pains, backache, that
bearing down feeling, indigestion, and
narvotis prostration, after alfother means
aave failed. Why don't yc try itt