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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, November 4, 1912
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some Dressing f lf
Sacques. made of
good quality flannelette,
in pretty patterns, light
or dark colors would be
a good value at 35c
Tuesday-Second Day of the "Free Trade Sale"
Promises to be the busiest day of the
be better than voting, for the women
Are The Wonder Of
Only the enormity of the purchase permits of a second day's
selling of these wonderful -.alues In a regular way these coat suits would
from $22.50 on up to $29.50 but we took all the manufacturer had at a price
us to give you 1 Pasoans the greatest values that have ever been shown in
The assortment embraces every late fall style, in both plain and fancy models
to suit every taste, at a "Free Trade" price a saving of half to two-thirds!
Women's Long and Short Coats $
The Tariff Removed at
$15.00 for coats that would regularly sell for from $86.00 to $30.00 a saving of half that is
what this Tree Trade" Sale means to you There are "Johnny Coats," "Mackinaw" Coats and
Long Coats of the finer grades, in Reversible Zibelines, Mackinaw Cloth and Boucles, Chinchil
las, Diagonal Gloakings, etft, eta, in a vast choice of beautiful models, presenting every new
style of the season's production at a saving .to you of one-half of the regular value.
Great "Free Trade" Sale of Sheets and Pillow Cases!
The Tariff Is Otf-These Prices Are For TUESDAY ONLY!
Our entire stock of fine Sheets and Pillow Cases enter into this sale and you all know the
"quality" this stock embraces The best grades that are made Some are a little soiled-7-very
slightly, on the outside fold, but the values are the greatest you've ever seen.
72x90 "HOTEL SPECIAL!SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
54x 90 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
81x90 "HOTEL SPECIAL" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
81x90 "HERCULES". SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
72x90 "HOTEL SPECIAL?SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
90x90 "CLINTON" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
42x36 PILLOW CASES
Torn and hemmed.
eafch : 7C
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Jtoosiw (eoBttannu Haa pus tawoga notaS
. ftvealar, P, and 180.
O elean Q parflj- olendr: domij:
lata: snow: report mteJw.
r p st hoxtrt. tblii. maxjmmn wind Tetoo-
WILL TAKE A TRAIN
LOAD OF CATTLE EAST
Cattle Frem Mexlee and Arizona
RaagM Skipped TferoHKk EI Pan
te Bastera Markets.
- . uAirmua wiu icave luCBaaj :
loV of iZSEn rrS?S Vilf SZ i
Bigham purchased at Columbus, S. M. '
W. J. Co-r and Rnrr. K.t J,.
' TiiWjZuT ' -;-' -"-; ' 'I
El Paso Sunday with 550 head of j wnile, h.e waf J"81? , the Interna
steers purchased In the neighborhood tional Association of Bridge and Struc-
of Willcox, Ariz. Mr. East was taking
them to Texllne, Texas, where they
wm De put on pasture.
Ed Sherlock also left Willcox witk
1200 head of steers for Colorado
Cliff Robertson Is In Douglas, Ariz.,
where he expects to receive 140 head
of Mexican cattle this week.
ADS BY PHONE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. in
The El Paso Herald is 25 cents. It
reaches an ave age of about 70,000
readers each iosue.
To Charles Francis De Ri
viere Treat or His Children
You are requested to com
municate for your ad
. vantage with W. W.
Vaughan, 53 State Street,
The Caliaher Department Store Co., Inc.
TheTarif f Is Off !
The "Calisher" Store don't wait for a "Free Trade"
President to be elected, to reduce the Tariff We give
El Paso a taste of the Free Trade doctrine in these
week Of course the men must vote
folks here at "Calishers" with
All El Paso
90x103 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed, o 0
81x90 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Horn and hemstitched,
81x99 "HOTEL SPECIAL" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
81x90 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed,
Torn and hemmed, ff
81x90 "PALMA" SHEETS
Torn and hemstitched, OA-
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U. S. Department oi Agriculture;
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Bl Paso. Monday, Nov. i. 1912.
EI Paso and vicinity Pair tonight
New Mexico Generally fair tonight
and Tuesday; not much change In tem
perature. West Texas Generally fair tonight
TRACE RYAN'S TRIPS .
BY MEAN S OF LETTERS
GevernmeBt FrodHces tetters Between !
JekB J. Mcaraara aail rrcnldent I
of Ironworkers' Union. I
amiwuapuuif, uiil, ww. i. riaiiA. ja.
Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 4. Frank ST. '
y' trip bont the cuntry- whl ,
the , government charges were made
partly in connection with explosions 1
uiu nun nviivcia, ncic t,avi tn ict-
ters produced at the 'dynamite con
spiracy" trial here today.
One letter, written By John J. McNa
mara to Ryan, referred to an advertise
ment offered for publication in the
ironworkers' union magazine. This ad
vertisement announced a reward for in
formation about the finding of dyna
mite on a job in Cleveland, in Febru
McNamara -wrote to Ryan that "to
refuse the advertisement would make
it appear as if the union was trying to
The dentist bad not advertised him
self as a "painless dentist," says a
writer in the Kansas City Times, but
he pulled a patient's tooth so quickly
and dexterously that the man said:
"How do you manage to extract -women's
teeth -without their screaming?
You don't give gas always, of courseT
"But my office," the dentist replied,
"is, as you see, opposite a department
store millinprv riisnlnv When h xrn-
men get absorbed in looking at hats
they're insensible to Bain."
A great lot of n,
short and long :g
lengths in darkZ
and light color prints,
that regularly sell at 6c
the yard Tuesday spe
cial at 3 l-2c the yard.
but it will
90x90 "PALMA" SHEETS
Vorn and hemmed, f p
81x99 "PALMA" SHEETS
Torn and hemmed, CH
81x99 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
j.orn ana nerasticned, TO
90x90 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemstkbed, Q g"
90x99 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemstitched, qa
90x108 "DEFENDER" SHEETS
Torn and hemstitched, QQ
45x36 PILLOW CASES
Torn and hemmed,
El Paso Readings.
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-aAX UXI&CLCr 11M!3 HVPI 71 WK
Dry thermometer 45
Wet thermometer........... 87
Dew point "3$
Relative humidity 46
VAllf V w Ji
sute of weath;:;;;;;;;;;
"" Z hours. I.. j
Highest temp, last 24 hours 70
Lowest temp, last 12 hours
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark 18.2 feet No change
in last 24 hours.
ARMY CLAIM BOABD
TO COME HERE AGAIN
Additional Testimony In Claims Filed
nnd New Clalnm lAre te Be Con
sidered by the 3Illltarj- Heard.
The army claim board is expected
back to El Paso next week to con
tinue the taking of testimony in the
claims arising from the battle of
' Juarez. A number of additional proofs
will be introduced in the claims which
have been presented, and a number of
new claims will be presented to the
commission when it returns.
The case of Richard Brown will be
presented to the army board upon its
return. Brown is now employed in a
hospital in Cincinnati and judge Beau-
! regard Bryan is preparing his claim,
arising from Brown's imprisonment
' in the Juarez jail during the Mader-
Barler OH Heaters.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St
Our Prices Are Lowest
COMPARE THEM WITH OTHERS
14 lbs. Fancy Potatoes np 10 lbs. California Onions ftp
18 lbs. Best Granulated J
Snowdrift for Shortening Better than Lard ,3teV
4 lb. can, 55c; 10 lb. can, $1.35. --55Wv
Evaporated Milk, Tall Cans, 3 for :.25c
New Carload Lady Arundel Tomato, 2 lb. cans, "3 for ; 25c
H. C Fancy Creamery Butter, per lb 35c
Diamond M Flour-None Better Guaranteed to Bake Good Bread
24 lb. sack for 75c-18 lb. sack for $1.50. -:$&&
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED -pSr
LION GROCERY COMPANY
Phnnes 2424 and 2405. 109-11 So. Stanton St
$12,000 SPENT ON
NEW SKATING- RINK
Mauager Fogg i Building One o the
Finest In the Entire AVest Floor
is of Inch Thick Blnple.
Rapid progress Is oelng made in con
verting the Airdome into a skating
auditorium. Manager Howard Fogg has
built two new walls, north and south
of the old confines of the Airdome, and
this greatly enlarges the auditorium
In these directions. It will be suffi
ciently large to accommodate several
hundred skaters at one time.
The alterations of the building have
cost manager Fogg about J12.0U0, in
cluding the instalation of a steam
heating system, which is now being
put in, and El Paso can boast as a
result of the completion of this build
ing, of one of the finest skating rinks
in the west, not only in appointments,
but also in size.
The floor, which Is now down and
is being sandpapered by an electric
machine, Vhlch had to be brought here
from Chicago, is of maple, the boards
being an -inch thick and laid on top of
an .inch pine flooring. Inside the thea
ter the walls have all been plastered
and will be tinted. The posts sup
porting the corrugated iron roof have
all been padded so that the skaters
will not be injured.
The old stage and a section of the
auditorium in front have been made
into a gallery, on which spectators
can sit in opera chairs and watch the
A free check room, a parlor for the
women, a refreshment booth and toi
lets for both sexes have been con
structed inside the building. A skate
room has also been built, where skates
will be rented or wnere the individual
slratoa nf nrivnta ATrnun -vxrflf Ha Irartf-
for their use.
Te Bnilil $Se,000 Apartment House.
An apartment house to cost $50,000
or $60,000, is to be built on the cor
ner of Montana and Florence streets,
by Austin & Marr. The land on which
the building is to be erected was pur
chased Monday morning by Austin &
Marr from the Crosby estate. It has a
frontage of 120 feet on Montana street
and a depth along Florence street of
130 feet. The purchase price was
Grandrleir Lots Sold.
The Grandvlew Realty company has
sold Elisabeth Ck Mundy tola. -3 t 32,
' inclusive, in biocK 78, Urandvlnew ad-
dition for $1075. The same company
sold T. S. Huddleston lots 13 to 16 in
block 109, Grandview, for $1050,
& W. Huddleston lots 1 to 4, inclusire,
in block 98, ror ; 1,050.
Sells Land Xear Meallln.
The R. C. Bailey Land company has
sold W. H. Winter 235 acres, one mile
west of the town of Mesilla in Dona
Ana county. New Mexico. This is un
improved land but will be improved.
The purchase price is not given.
To Build Cottnjre nnd Shed.
Gus Momsen & Co. took out a
building permit Monday morning for
shed on East San Antonio street, block
77, cotton addition In the vicinity of
the Texas & Pacific tracks. The shed
will be used for the storing of ma
terials and a watchman to be employed
by the company will occupy the cottage
The entire cost of the buildings will
Big Deal In Manhattan Heights. I
Another big tract of Manhattan'
Heights addition has been sold,
Through Broaddus and Le Baron eight '
business men have purchased 92 lots j
in the new addition where the old fed- I
eral smelter formerly stood. Frank '
Wells Brown, James. Patrick and T. E. I
Clifford. Walter Lone. Harrv Lackland. I
H. W. Broaddus and George La Baron ;
have purchased the 92 lots on Wheeling
street, in Manhattan Heights, for $30,-
000. At least two of the par-
chasers will build residences there this
'winter and Broaddus and Le Baron are
planning to erect five booses to cost
from $4000 to $5000 each 'for sale. This
is the second big deal in this addition,
Charles H. Leavell anJ his associates
buying 90 lots on Federal boulevard
Saturday for $30,000.
Broaddus and Le Baron have also,
sold a block of 20 lots fdr C. H. Brown
and E. M. Whitaker for $4500. The
block or lots is in Alexander's addition
and houses will be built on a number
of the lots purchased.
CITY CAMPAIGN TO
BE MADE BY ANTIS j
Candidates for Mayor Arc Itelns Con
sidered; Strons Fight To Be
Made for Control.
As soon as the national election is
over, the City campaign will be started
by the anti-ring crowd, who are plan
ning to make a hard fight for the city
administrative offices next spring.
Encouragei by the strong fight they
made against the "ring" at the county
election 'primaries, the anti-ring leaders
are beginning to get their candidates
groomed for the city election. Judge
J. M. Goggin. T. C. Lea and others are
being considered as candidates for
mayor against the organization candi
date, whoever he is. No announcement
has yet been made of the tentative
candidates for the aldermanic places,
but the antirring workers are doing
some gum shoe work to learn who
would be the best available candidates
for these offices.
It is reported in political circles at
this time that county judge A. S. J.
Kylar is considered the most likely
candidate of "the ring" party for the
mayoralty. Walter S. Clayton, who
has been suggested for the position,
does not appear to have as strong sup
port as Eylar at the present time.
PRISONERS DRUG TRUSTY
AND ESCAPS FROM JAIL
Bakersfield, Cal., Nov. 4. After
drugging a trusty, sawing through two
iron barriers and scaling a jail yard
wall, four former inmates of the Kern
county jail are fleeing through the
hills with two posses In pursuit.
The men who escaped are Bernard
C. Sitz. sentenced to five years in the
penitentiary for having obtained mon
ey under false pretenses; Oscar Wade,
sentenced to ten years on a statutory
charge, and two prisoners held on a
WHISKY HELPS CUSTOMS
RECEIPTS SOME ON MONDAY
Importations at the local port are
very few and far between these days.
However Monday morning brought $603
into the treasury of the customs de
partment. It was paid for 1800 bottles
of Scotch whisky, imported by Houck
LEASE FOR TARGET
RANGE IS ARRANGED
Tapers In the Deal Are Mailed; Cov
ers 8-10 Acre In Dona Ana Coun
ty, New Mexico.
The lease for the addition to the
Fort Bliss target range is about com
pleted. R. P. March, secretary of the
chamber of commerce, received a tele
gram from Robt P. Ervien, state land
commissioner of New Mexico. Monday,
stating that the leases made out to
Walter & Clayton, president of the
chamber of commerce, had been
Immediately upon their receipt, Mr.
Clayton will execute a sublease to CoL
Frank West or some other, officer
designated by the government to act
This lease covers 640 acres In sec
tion 2, township 25, range 4 east. Dona
Ana county, New Mexico, of the school
lands. The addition of this land was
found necessary for the government
range because water could not be se
cured in other parts of the range.
As soon as all papers are signed up
and the land is turned over to the
government, the $12,000 held In a local
bank for proposed improvements will
be expended. It is necesaarv in h
the range in condition by January
when artillery practice will begin.
.Antl. allir !(-. 1....J XI, . .
uiviuhoiij wig muu wxii n xormai 1
ly transferred to the government by I
legislation and the present leases ar '
maae ior tne purpose or giving it tem
MOTHER OF MAJ.
LUTHER HAI& DIES
Widow of the Late Silas HareTs Found
Dead at Her Home in Washing
ton HnsbRnd Ji'oted Texan.
Washington. D. C, Nov. 4. Mrs.
Mary Louise Kennedy Hare; widow of
the late judge Silas Hare, of Texas,
died suddenly yesterday at her home
here. She was found dead in bed. Mrs.
Hare was 70 years old. Mrs.
Charles P. Welch, of Oakland. Calif.,
her sister, is the only surviving mem
ber of Mrs. Hare's immediate family,
except her son, Maj. Luther R. Hare, TJ.
S. A., retired, now living in Texas.
Judge 'Hare, who died four years
ago, was one of the best known Men
in Texas. He practiced law in south
western Texas for many years, and
later made his home in Sherman.
Mai- Hare, the son, was colonel of
the First Texas cavalrv durinir th
Spanish war and went to the Philip
pines as coionei 01 tne 33d Infantry
(volunteers) and was in command of
the expedition that rescued Lieut.
uumore from the Filipinos. Capt.
James M. .Burroughs. Second cavalry.
stationed now at Fort Bliss, was CoL
Hare's adjutant in the cavalry regi
ment and was a captain in his infantry
THRBE FIRB ALARMS AXD
TWO SMALL FIRES ARB FOISD
Sunday night at 11 ociock the Cen-
" "?PF responded to
alarm turned in from the Texas & Pa
cific roundhouse. As exploding can of
gasoline was responsible for the fire.
When the fire company arrived the
flames were under control of the.
roundhouse crew. There was a slight
damacre sustained to the roof of the
.Saturday night at 64 ociock, the
" waf 'nSfed in fumigating the
g?"8 a.1 th intersection f Park and
f'xth streets. A passerby, thinking
thre was a fire in progress, turned In
?. alarm. At S:35 ociock that night an
,u f,Jov exploded In the house at 617
nth EI Paso street There was no
DIG PLAXIXC MILL MAY B
BUILT XBAR CLOUDCROFT
The Bl Paso & Southwestern Rail
road company has built a spur track
for the Alamogordo Lumber company
near Cloudcroft. This comnanv is maJc-
j ing shipments to El Paso; Considera
te iimoer is neing cut mere and it is
understood plans for the establishment
of a planing mill on a large scale are
There is a small planing mill there
operated by this company and It is
sunrlicd by two small Independent saw
AUTO DISAI'PEYRS: FOUND
LA" DA3IAGBD CONDITION
Dr. P. H. Brown had his automobile
RtAln frnm in frnnf nf thA Rontnl
church on Magoffin aveftue Sunday
ter was all boiled out of the radiator
and the engine damaged. It was then
left on the corner of Hill and Fifth
streets, where it was found Monday
morning. Dr. Brown notified the police
and meunted men were stationed at
the smelter viaduct and at Washington
park to watch for the joy riders With
the stolen machine.
. saasmsf. ., c 0 a Ul UUU1 UIC .-
The Little Things Are Often the
The Biggest Thlaes in the Paper.
By W. C. Kenaga.
No item in an advertisement is so
small that H is not read.
Let a compositor make an error
'which happens to get by the proof
reader, and both the store and news
paper hear from it immediately. Par
ticularly is this true when the mistake
Is In a selling price which appears
Lined up with the readers of ad
vertisements you'll find those -who so
often say, " I never read the advertise-ments-."
all with .copies of the news
paper in hand, ready apd anxious to
profit by the low price.
Sometimes a store tries out a news
paper by inserting a bargain in small
type. A few weeks ago a department
store, which on Thursday runs a page
of "100 remarkable Friday bargains,"
tucked away in an inch space an
offer of "10 bars of Fels Naptha Soap
for 26c." Did anyone overlook it?
The store thinks not men and women
came early, kept coming all day until
THREE CARLOADS of the soap had
been sold, which was all the store had
publicity shining with an enormous
COSTELLO IS IN CITY.
J. C. Costello, director of sales for
the Trojan Powder company, of San
Francisco, Cal. is in El Paso. Mr. Cos
tello was employed in the locil T. P.
railway office eight years ago.
ADS BY PHONE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. In
The El Paso Herald is 25 cents It
reaches an average of about 70,000
readers each issue.
They are suits thsit you can buy with implicit cooMence diet they are
the very best suits obtainable m El Paso or in America for that matter,
at this price.
Built of strictly aH-wool preven worsteds and caseuaeres, a patterns
by the hundreds to please every taste the new browns tjie Hew
Autumn shadings, popular grays and bines, also dark rabctwes in almost
inexhaustible varieties. Choose your new Fall Suit from our unsur
passed line at
Benjamin Suits $20 to $40
Texas Pacific train No. 5. from
the east, is reported two hours late
and will arrive at 11:05 p. m. All
other afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Monday.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn.
hitched, awaiting your caU. Phones,
Gen. O'Reilly Dies at Capital.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 4. Maj. Gen.
Robert Maltland O'Reilly, former sur
geon general of the United States, per
sonal physician and intimate friend of
president Cleveland, died here of
Ties Deg te Salt Case.
One man, who didn't want to lose
his suit case, went into a restaurant
on San Francisco street Monday morn
ing. He left his suit case outside the
door and tied his dog to it to protect
feeding glasses? See our optician.
Foster Col, Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Tinkler Passes Threagh.
C. C Tinkler, superintendent of con
struction on the Tacsmt division of the
Southwestern for the Mac Arthur Bros,
company, is here from Denver on his
way to Miami, Arte, 'where he is in
charge of some grading contracts for
Dr. Jones Feet Specialists, Mills Bldg.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach and i
intestines, removed to 403-4 Roberts
Xesrre Is Shot in Hand. '
Charles Gradnizo. a nesrro. was a na- t
I tlent at the emergency hospital at the
police station Sunday night at 10
ociock, suffering with a bullet wound
in the right hand. He alleged that he
was shot while at the corner of Second
and South Oregon streets. The bullet
entered the third finger on his hand,
passed through the palm, and made its
exit back of the wrist. The police ate '
on the lookout for another negro who
is believed to have done the shooting.
Dr. Jamlesen, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Dr. Cameren, dentisl. 22S Mesa. Ave.
Store Ih BarKlerfred.
Some time Saturday night the store
at the intersection of Missouri and El
Paso streets was entered by burglars
and a number of articles taken. The
police stated that there are no clues to
the identity of the intruders.
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver. 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Man and Knife Held.
Albert Hohn, a German, and a knife
with a 24-inch blade were taken into
custody Sunday night by the police,
after the man had been arrested by
customs inspector J. Biggs at the Stan
ton street bridge. The German was
crossing the bridge from Juarez, com
ing to El Paso. It was alleged that
when he was searched, the knife was
found. He was charged" at the police
station with carrying weapons.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Infirmary.
Dr. Ira V Collins, physician in chter;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. 'Jrace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians:
201 West Missouri street.
Mexiean Hcrsld en Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy. In EI Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens In Mexico.
Negre Woman Severely Cut.
Kate Stafford, a negro woman, was
seriously cut across the throat and in
ine Dreasi, wnue sne was ai me inter
section of Second street and Broad way
Saturday night. Ida Rotherford and
Viola Johnson, both neresses, were ar
rested by the police and are held in con
nection with the affair.
Dr. R. M. Ratlin, dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 204-5-S Caples Bldg.
Dr. Nettie Satterlee. osteopath. COS
American Bank Bldg.. phones 141. 3483.
Dk Catchers Bnsy AjralB.
Monday morning the East El Paso
dogs were being kicked around by the
dog catchers. The 300 tags ordered by
the city tax collector arrived Saturday
and sanitary commissioner Joe Dunne
sent the dog catchers out.
Dr. J. H. ratset, dentist, 501-302 Roberts-Banner
Bldg.. phone 1630.
Ante Reported lest.
Auto No. 11(4. belonging to Nick
Peters, was reported to the police Sun
day as having been lost.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
inlestiner. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Claims Fiores WeHld Net Pay.
Alleging that he refused to pay an
auto fare, amounting to $22, Concepcion
Flores was arrested by .the police Mon
day morning at 6 ociock, and docketed
on a charge of being drunk and dis
turbing the peace.
Dr. Anna Ream, Buckler Bldg.
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 10T 1U Paso street.
Two Weanded Men Locked Up.
Florentine Ulloa and Alvlno Nava
FOLDING GAME CHARS
FOLDING CAMP TABLES.
FOLDING WATER PAILS.
WATER BAGS OF EVFJIY SIZE,
and everytlrir that goes to make
camping a pleasure.
We carry ten times more stock
than any concern in 600 sites of
Write for catalogue. '
El Paso Tent and
312 Swrtk El Paw Street.
Pfce 2044. H. J. CsJSbs, Msgr.
Wide Daek far sale fey tie yard, bolt
QUALITY is more
quantity. Rut in
Fatima Cigarettes the
package enables ns
to give you both.
20 for 15 cents.
were taken to the police station Sun
day night in an automobile suffering
from knife wounds alleged to have been
inflicted in a fight which occurred In
the 2C0 block on Basset avenue. Nava
was cut in the left shoulder and the
little finger on the eft hand of Ulloa
little finger on the left hand of Olloa
not considered serious, were dressed by
i the police, after which the men were
j placed in he jail on a charge of fight
ing. The police are lyoking for a third
man, whose name is not known.
Dr. RobiasoB. disease of children, and
obstetrics. 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Neetrlen! Supply
Cc, US N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Released s Bead.
Justo Bchevarria, who was indicted
bv the grand jury on a charge of bur
glary, was released Saturday afternoon
on a $500 bond. Andres Gal Ind o,
charged by Indlotment with seduction,
was released at tne same time on a
Stop coughing! you rack the lungs
and worry the bodv BALLARD'S
HOREHOUND SYRUP vheLks irritation,
heals the lungs and restores comfort
able breathing. Prite 25c, 5i and $1 )"
per bottle. Sold by Scott White & Co,
three stores. Adv.
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