EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, November 5, 1912
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- The Calisfcer Department Store Co., Inc.
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The Wonder Of All El Paso See What This Sale Means To You
The Savings Are Simply Wonderful
Just in the midst of the season, we give you a startling example of "what it-means to take the "Tariff Off" the merchandise you most need.
One Third Off the Price of All Evening Gowns and -One Quarter Off the Price of Ali Street Costumes and
Wraps that are Marked at $42.50 and Upward
We advise early selections, as the cream of these superb stocks will be"
eagerly sought by the "knowing ones' First come first choice!
$52.50 White Brocaded Charmeuse Gown $V 00
A beautiful, artistic gown, elaborately trimmed with shadow lace and
sequins One-Third Off.
$65.00 Pink Charmeuse Gown $4 9 QQ
One-Third Off . .r. . HtOmOO
A charming creation with overdrape of chiffon and
broidery of bugles, with shadow lace.
$65.00 Knife Pleated Chiffon Gown v .1flQ-QQ
One-Third Off ttd.OO
Has overdrape of crepe meteor, beautifully trimmed with
Brussels lace and bugles.
$85.00 Chiffon Over Charmeuse Gown $E 7
One-Third Off : v.W.Oi.
In light blue, with overdrape of- shadow lace and bugle
$87.50 Black Charmeuse Grown s?eo oc
One-Third Off p05cUd
In brocade, -with metal lace bodice, emb. Chiffon, a beautiful, artistic costume.
$125.00 Grey and Black Charmeuse Grown a a no
One Third Off Now at jJf'l ,UO
Flabomtely trimmed with embroidered net and beaded fringe
$150.00 Black & Green Charmeuse Gown tf,1AA 0
One-Third Off Now at ablUU.UU
An elegant costume, -with chiffon overdrape and wide band of bugle and'aequisa,
The few items noted above are but a small part of the
many superb costumes embraced in this sale and are
quoted with the idea of giving an instance of the remark
able savings this sale offers you! Evening
Wraps are included The "Tariff Is Off"
You save One-Third!
Suits that are Marked at $35.00 and upward
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Another One Of Those Remarkable Curtain Sales!
Wednesday Morning, we place on sale just 50 pairs of Lace Curtains, that, A ch F
in a regular way would be worth from $3.50 to $4.50 the Dair, at the Tfc fi H
"Tariff Off" Price of, pair ". Vf "
These are "Mill Defect Curtains, one pair of a kind only,
day will reap the greatest benefit !
5c PACK OF 25 ENVELOPES
"Tariff Off" o r
' ' First selections' are always best. " The well posted wom
en will be quick to reap the wonderful benefits of this big
$38.50 Green Eponge Costume
A plain tailored model, with, silk velvet collar and
cuffs plain panel back, gored skirt
$42.50 Black Velvet Costume 91 07
One-Fourth Off. ,.:...,......-' - YJi'4
A very rich model, with large fur collar and cuffs, skirt
has band of fur around foot.
$47.50 Brown Diagonal Costume $9 A 1 )
One-Fourth Off " XU
A beautiful model, with large roll collar and cuffs of rich
fur, skirt bound with fur.
$55.00 Brown Diagonal Costume M 95
One-Fourth Off , .
Has embroidered silk velvet collar and cuffs, silk velvet
applique and embroidered coat and skirt.
$62.50 Black & White Zibeline Costume A& 07
One-Fourth Off IV
Has silk applique and wide braid trimming an elabo
$75.00 Tan Broadcloth-Costume , cc oc
One-Quarter Off-now P00,J
Also -n Copenhagen an elaborately embromerea raooei.
$85.50 Black and White Velvet Costume rA 1 9
One Quarter Off-now ................. P" !
H-s hand emb. silk velvet collar and cutis, oversKirc in irannier eneci.
The items noted do not begin to describe the beauty or richness of
this magnificent assemblage This entire page would hardly give
space to enable us to enumerate the incomparable values that are
here for your choosing The "Tariff Is Off" It's your saving!
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lHTl!S . li i beiIUn --n-1)B! neatly trimmed, at OOC dark or Kght colors, witk bordered 1
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WILL NOT CLOSE
New Scarlet Fever Cases Are Reported,
but Are Mild in Character and
Will Be Isolated.
Belen. 2f. M.. Nov. 5. During the past
few days a few new scarlet fever cases
have developed in the city, and a num
ber of residents have become uneasy as
to the outcome, pome have insisted that
vlie public school be closed, but such ac
tion will not be taken ail this time. ' Dr.
W. F. Wittwer. of Los Lunas, the county
ltealth officer, -has been in the city; and.
after a conference with ktcal physicians
and school authorities, determined not
to close the school. However, every
nossible precautionary step, will be
taken to see that the disease does not
snread further through the school. All
of the cases which have been reported
are mild in form, and no great danger is
With both the duck and quail seasons
now open, local hunters are enjoying to
" full the privileges which hunting
licenses allois them to enjov. Good quail
bags have been reported, and daily duck
hunts are resulting most satisfactorily
OTERO COUNTY HAS
SCHOOL CAMPAGIN ON
Fall Term of Court Han Closed an4
i-oan uxiiciai Leave Alamopordo
for Las Crnces.
Alamogordo, N. 3t, Nov. 5. Otero
county has a campaign on looking to
! the establishing of a county high
j school, as provided by an act of the last
!' session of the state legislature. In a
school of that class many branches will
be taug'ht not now taught in the high
j school, such as manual training, domes
tic science, etc. Under the law. coun
ties of over 5000 population are entiled
' to locate such a scltooL A petition of
"-"nn oi me voting population or
the county entitles a town or locality
to compete for the location which is de
termined by an election held for that
purpose. This city has now over 1000
names on a petition for the location
here. Tularoea and Cloudcroft are also
contestants for the location. The elec
tion will probably be called by the
counts, commissioners for some time in
District court of Otero county for the
fall term has adjourned for the term.
Ti.dge Medler and C. S. Pedregon, court
stenographer. Jeft for their homes at
La Cruces, the former making the trip
in his car.
- XHEN YOU W
Are canmy v
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so often told "Thk I lV g
' bread k just as good as I WMY TAKE fev
Buster Biown." "JUJT AS J
If such was the case our uOOv kzsi:
business would not be JwEml
constantly increasmg'and X.
the occasioflal customer --K-iiv
who tries the "Just as -" tul 7 &
good" kind would not return to our JoLtfr H f
dealers and say "Buster Brown, Jr sSV 3
It k mtghty hard to improve on per- ??Klv''!S-.
xection. g.i "y vj
BUY BUSTER BROWN fj
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When you buy bread wrapped inwaxed &&& Pnritv PasrrTp
paper, be sure that "Buster Brown" is "' ?S"1C5
printed on it. Are best
FOR SALE BY AM. GROCERS.
C. R. Watts, manager of the Cusihm
riachic mines, accompanied by Charles
Truax, auditor of the company, arrived
Tuesday afternoon in the company's
Chalmers 36 automobile, having made
the entire distance of 40 miles over
land. They left Cusi. Sunday morn
ing, reached Chihuahua Monday morn
ing and arrived here at 2 oclock Tues
day afternoon. They encountered heavy
going in the Laguna district, because
of the mud and had to detour below
Juarez to get through the sand.
OX SCHOOL BOXDS DEAL.
J. M. Hawkins, postmaster at Alamo
gordo, X. M., was here Tuesday on his
way to his home from Albuquerque,
where he has been representing eastern
banking houses in the sale of S60.000
worth of school bonds.
LIMITED "WAS LATE.
The Golden State limited was more
than an hour late in arriving Sunday
afternoon because of engine trouble on
the Tucson division of the road.
Monte Haley, who was formerly In
business in El Paso, is here for a brief
I offer my entire business for sale
upon reasonable terms.
Arthur A. Kline, Little Plaza.
BOY ON WHEEL RUNS
INTO EXPRESS WAGON
Oaklev Redfern. a messenger
ployed by the Tip Top messenger ser
vice, was" knocked from his biejrde by
a Welfe-Fargo express wagon at the in
tersection of Mesa avenue an-1 Texas
street Tuesday morninsr. Redfern was
i coming down Mesa avenue on bis b". ycle,
accompanied by another .mesacn-. fao
wagon was goings ena on jlcub siivvc.
One of the boys attempted to go around
the front of the wagon, and Redfern
started to ride around the rear end of
the wagon. He missed his calculations
and struck the rear wheel of the heavv
wagon. Ife was thrown to the ground
and was picked up by spectators, who
carried him to the office of Dr. G. Wef
lev, where he was given medical atten
tion. It was thought that he had bees
killed in the accident, but he regained
consciousness aiter being carried ' into
the doctor s office,, aed Dr. Werley said
" t he had suffered so serieue effeetp
' ht f-ll. His parents live in Kos
well, X. M.. but he has been employed
. . .'o . ii. ..singer for several months.
IIeat-narters wholesale and retail, for
Ingersoll 1.00 and $2 00 watches at
Kline's Cuiio Store, Little Plaza.
Col. Ali Bey, a Turkish prisoner, leaving king Nicholas (figure in white directly behind Bey), who allowed the
captive to keep his sword because of bis bravery In the battle which resulted in the capture of Bey and the 3300
troops under his command. Copyright by National News Service.
Attend Sam Gold's
$20 to $25 Suits for $13.50
$20 Overcoats for . . $9.98
65c Winter Und'rwear for 39c
111 San Antonio St.
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