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As an Extra Special We Offer 2S0 Leather Hand
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HESE are Angora seal and imitation safjaran
seal bags, in black, red and navy. Come in
all the new shapes and are lined with leather or
moire. Some are even jilted with vanity novelties.
Values to $1 .50; you have choice as long as the lot
holds out at $1.00.
The Sale of Fisk and Gage Un
irimmed Sample Shapes, Values
From $7.50 to $15 at $3.98, is
the Big Feature in the Millinery
I 1MSC ftaft received twe-thlri tf
Ik rlt'Aial" ves. Ib 1M4, Keeaevclt
hic1yk4 i aarty tkree-fosrth the
nlcgtUiTMew. In 180. MeKtaley re"
reived mn-thlrdx. Ib ISM. MeKieley
rv-ecivert almost t vie-third. Ib ISO,
(levetaitd reecivrd twe-tklrAs. Ib 1SSS,
Harrison -rtivci threr-flfthf. Bat ht
Anu His Stomach
is AH Right
Tbmtsacatf with l'eor Teeth Have Good
Dfeceettea by Using Stuart's Dys
pepsia TaHetn After Xmih.
Whether or not we eaft too much. Is.
a matter for individual judgment.
Benjamin Franklin tried the experi
ment of living: on a handful of raisins
Bat he discovered that the question
wasn't what he ate nor the quantity
thereof but one of digestion and as
similation. The normal person eats
heartily, and with keen enjoyment.
That te because his mind doesn't an
ticipate stomach troubVe. And if he
does have an attack of sour stom
ach or indigestion he knows that the
use of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets sire
A 6entlemaa ef the "Old School" Who
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Many people have poor teeth, weak
gums, sore teeth and other bothersome
troubles that prevent a vigorous mas
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ing soft, mushy food that palls on the
appetite they go in for those savory
dishes, the very odor of which starts the
saliva and makes the stomach fairly
revel with anticipation.
This is but a natural condition. Any
thing else borders upon the indiffer
ence which fosters indigestion and
It may be safely said that it should
not be a question of diet or kind of
food, or teeth or even any of the re
flexes which are supposed to have their
influence in deranging the stomach. It
is simply a matter of supplying the
stomach and digestive organs with
those known assistants such as pepsin,
and hydrochloric acid, both of which
have a direct and powerful action upon
the contents of the stomach.
One grain of a single ingredient in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will digest
5.000 grains of food. This saves your
stomach and gives it the rest It needs.
AH muscles require occasional rest If
they are ever over-taxed. The stom
ach is no 'exception to this rule.
Try a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets and you will wonder how you ever
got along without them. They are sold
at 50 cents by all druggists every
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SWEEPS WILSON IN
1812, Wilson will receive nearly fonr
ftfthw, a Triimtesr proportion never
equated steee ISM.
WILSON MAKB8 GRKAT GAINS.
Ib a great maay ef the state whose
Lelecteral votes were cantHred by Wil
son, the Demeeratie plHrnlity was nar
jrmr. Imt In some-;efthe biggest states,
fend some of the great Republican
MtromthoMs, WlWea's plurality ran Into
the tens and even hundreds of thoH
New England went almost solidly
for Wilson, and Roosevelt carried
Pennsylvania, which gave Taft almost
300.000 plurality four years ago.
The following states, which have not
deserted the Repubii- an party nation
ally since 1896, went for Wilson: Cal
ifornia. Connecticut, Delaware. Indiana,
Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mon
tana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
York. North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon,
Rhode Island, West Virginia and Wis
consin. States which deserted the Republi
can party for the first time since ISM
and probably went to Roosevelt are:
Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania and
The Taft States.
The only states sure for Taft are
Idaho, Utah and Vermont, with possibly
Roosevelt may get Iowa, Kansas and i
Montgomery, Ala, Nov. . Alabama
cast a heavy vote and gave Wilson &
larger plnralty than Bryan received
four years ago.
Phoenix, Arit, Nov. 6. This state has
gone for Wilson by plurality of not leas
than 2500. Roosevelt ran second, and
Taft polled a small vote.
Returns this morning from 1M out
of 301 precincts, including Phoenix.
Tucson, Risbee and Douglas cities com
plete more than 75 percent of the to
tal vote in the stategive Wilson 7S01,
Roosevelt 4S01, Taft 2014 and Debs
Little Rook, Ark., Nov. 6. Arkansis
gave Wilson the usual heavy Democrat
ic plurality, aooui tv.ow.
San Francisco, CaL. NOV. . Though
the final count may change the esti
mated figures, there is no longer any
doubt that Wilson has carried this state
by a plurality of perhaps 8000. Roose
velt polled a very heavy vote, but the
south did not come across with so large
a plurality as to defeat the Wilson sen
timent in the north. Taft had no rep
resentation whatever on the ballots.
Debs (Socialist) polled over 40,000 V( tea.
Returns from 2839 nrerincts out of
I 4372 in the state give: Wilson, 137,
! 321; Roosevelt, 182,71s; Taft. 433; Debs,
33.853; Chafin. 5658. Wilson's plu
rality over Roosevelt is 4612.
These figures include returns from
San Francisco complete and from two
thirds of Los Angeles county, where
the main Roosevelt strength lies.
A feature of- the election was the
great strength developed by the Social
ist party. It is probable that close to
50,000 votes were polled by Debs.
Chafin, the Prohibitionist .candidate,
developed his greatest strength in San
Diego, San Francisco -and Santa Clara
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Wholesale, Retail and. Manufacturing Jewelers.-
EL PASO. TEXAS.
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Matinee and Wednesday Evening
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' South Dakota.
addition to the five
1 states above named.
It is believed that the Democrats
i nave r.iaoe a clean sweep in the con-
BrjcBetvuai ana jegisrauve elections as
well, and that both houses of congress
will be strongly one-sided politically,
giving the Democrats complete control
of the government, in both executive
and legislative branches.
Te put It mildly, the country has un
dergone a political party revolution
such as it has not since the civil war.
It is expected that, subject to the lim
itations of the civil service regulations,
there will be such a house cleaning a
nas not been seen
sine Antlrnr JTarlr
counties, the vote being 914, 1141 and
Denver, Colo-., Nov. S. Forty thous
and fbr Wilson, as asainftt 3000 nlura.1-
j ity for Bryan in 1908, is the verdict in
Colorado. Roosevelt and Taft ran close
together. Statewide prohibition is
Hartford, Conn, Nov. . Wilson and
Roosevelt fought for this state, and
Taft was left far behind. Plurality for
Wilson is estimated at 20,000, against
44,000 for Taft in 1908. The Democrats
elected all five congressmen.
Wilmington, DeL Nov. 6. Wilson
wing over Roosevelt, his closest com
Jacksonville. Fla., Nov. 6. Roosevelt
polled mors votes than Taft in this
state, which is being colonized quite
largely from the north. But Wilson
piled up the usual overwhelming Demo,
Indications are that a light vote was
polled in Florida. Wilson will carry
the state by about 25,000. '
Atlanta, O-, Nov. C. Roosevelt got
about all the anti-Wilson votes, but the
old fashioned Democratic plurality was
The entire Democratic congressional
delegation was reelected. Polk county
went Democratic for the first time in
Boise, Idaho, Nov. 6. President
Taft is practically assured of the elec
toral vote of Idaho.
Chicago, 111., Nov. C. Illinois, which
Stave Taft a plurality of almost 2U0.030
in 1908, on Tuesday repudiated him in
favor of Roosevelt, who carried the
state by a safe plurality over Wilson.
Ree.sevelt Vote Cut Dowra.
Illinois remained in the Progressive
column on the vote for presidential
electors by barely 15.000. with a third
of the state yet to be heard from at
noon today. Gov. Wilson sained 10.
000 on the plurality of 26,477 that Col.
KillnlrV iB' uocopuve aisease i
jauni. thousands have it and I
TROUBLE aon know ft If y)u
want good results you
can make no uiistake by using Dr. Kil
mer's Sw mp-Root. the great kidney
remedy. At druggists in fifty cent and
dollar sizes. Sample bottle by mail i
free 'also pamphlet telling you how
to find out If you hare kidney trouble.
Address. Dr Kilmer & Co., Bingham
ton. N. T. Adv.
35c JfATINEE 10c AND 20c
Roosevelt was given by Chicago. Gov.
Deneen apparently ran, third.
2979 precincts in Illinois out of 4286
give Taft 166153; "Wilson 274,078 ,
1359 precincts out of S7S8 in Illinois
outside of Cook county, give Taft 84,
309: Wilson 131,627; Roosevelt 118.338.
The same precincts in 1998, gave Taft
211.028 and Bryan 145.027.
Frank J. O'Hair, Democrat Is viotor
for congress over former speaker Joe
Cannon in the 18th district by a plural
ity of 611.
Indianapolis, ImL, Nov. S. Taft's nar
row plurality ef 1908 was turned Into a
smashing plarality for llson and Mar
shall. The Democratic plurality will be
perhaps 40,000, with Roosevelt ntnning
second. Wilson has almost as many
votes as Taft and Roosevelt combined.
Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 6. Theodore
Roosevelt captured this eld Republican
Stronghold, his plurality being 15,060 to
20,000 as against Taft's 75,600 four
years ago. Taft ran third.
Topeka, Kan, Nov. 6. Roosevelt's
lead "has been reduced and is now
running second. WilBon has carried
counties that hitherto have been solid
ly Republican. Taft did not have any
electors on the ticket. The state last
nisht looked like It was for Roosevelt.
The constitutional amendment giv
ing women full suffrage was carried
by a majority of 50,000, according to
scattering returns received up to early
Louisville, Ky, Nov. 6. Roosevelt
ran second, but Wilson walked away
with the Blue Grass state.
New Orleans. La.. Nov. 6. Nothing
disturbed the even tenor of the anetent
ways in this old-line Democratic state
Wilson got all there was.
Portland, Me-, Nov. 6. The great sur
prise of this part of the country was
Maine's tremendous turnover to the
t Democratic column, in spite of the Re
publican state victory a little time ago.
Roosevelt ran third.
Baltimore, Md, Nov. 6. Roosevelt ran
second In this state, but Wilson was
put over without difficulty.
BetooH. Mass., Nov. 6. Massachu
setts went Democratic by over 18,040.
For a time the state was doubtful, the
vote between Taft, Roosevelt and Wil
son being very close in the early count-
he total vote of Massachusetts was
I as follows: Wilson 170.995, Taft 152,-
255, Roosevelt 140,612.
For governor, Foss, Dem., 192,978;
Walker Rep.. 143,528; Bird. Prog..
Detroit, Mich, Nov. 6. Roosevelt got
what he went after up here. Wilson I
ran him very hard, while Taft trailed j
along in the rear. The Bull Moose can
didate is safe by fully 50,000 plurality.
Ferris, Dem.. for governor wins by
25,000. Woman suffrage probably car-
One fifth of the Michigan precincts
outside of Wayne county today gave:
Koosevelt, 62,331; Wilson, 46,913; Taft.
Ferris, Democrat, led for governor
St. Paul, Minn.. Nov. 6. Wilson wins
by a good plurality. Taft nerer had a
Wilson, on today's Incomplete re
turns, leads Roosevelt in Minnesota by
A manufacturer sent us these Boots by mistake, and
rather than send them back, he sold them to us for al
most half price.
We guarantee these Boots of the finest genuine KicL
and every pair to be hand sewed. Regular price $5.00,
while they last . .;
Wholesale and Retail
Cotton Seed Meal and
Phone 36 & 210.
Leon and 2nd Sts.
El Pao, Tex.
All Work Gaaxanteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg.
4676. Taft is 7232 votes behind Roose
Jackson, Miss, Nov. 6. Latest re
turns Indicate that Wilson's majority
1 in Mississippi will be about 100,000.
J St. Louis, Ma, Nov. 6. There never
I was any doubt about Missouri. Taft
was nowhere, and Roosevelt was not a
serious competitor of Wilson.
Thus the "mysterious stranger' for
eight years in the Republican ranks,
scrambled back into the "solid south"
line yesterday. Beth the national ard
state ticket was Democratic.
Returns from 1859 precincts out of
3300 in Missouri not including Jack
son county outside of Kansas (Sty, bnt
including the complete vote of Kansas
City and St. Louis, give Wilson 212,406;
Taft 135,910: Roosevelt 86,377. For gov
ernor. Major. 195,665; McKinley, 116,963;
Helena, Mont. Nov. 6. Wilson wins,
and Roosevelt is running second.
Omaha, Neb, Nov. 6. Wilson has a
safe plurality in Nebraska. Roosevelt
Reno. Nev. Nov. 6. The complete re
turns from five counties out of 15
show Wilson has carried the state by
about 6000 majority. W. A. Massey,
Republican, is leading by 5S00 votes
for United States senator, and S. K.
Roberts, Republican, has a slight lead
in the congressional race.
Concord. j.v. H, Nov. 6. 'This state has
bee n a hard fought battle ground. Taft
has made a strong stand, and the count
is close, but Wilson will carry the
Trenton. N. J, Nor". 6, Taft never
had any chance in this state. Wilson
wins by 35.000 to 45,000 over Roosevelt
who made a hard fight- Taft's vote
was less than half that Of Wilson.
Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 6. Wilson
wins by about 2500 plurality over his
New York, N. Y.. Nov. 6. Wilson's
plurality will reach 200,000. Taft ran
second. leading Roosevelt by 35,000.
The state gave Taft nearly 200,000
plurality four years ago.
New York State went Democratic in
practically every branch of its govern
ment Congressman Sutler was elected
governor by a plurality estimated at
158,000 over the nearest opponent Job
E. Hedges, Republican. The legisla-"
(Continued on page Seven.)
RUPTURE IS CURABL
Results Not Influenced 11 j- Asr or Time
Staadtam Says Bxpert.
"Rupture is not a tear or breach in
the abdominal wall as commonly sup
posed, but is the stretching or dilating
of a natural opening, therefore subject
to closure," said F. H. Sefcley. of Chi
cago, now at the Sheldon hotel, who
will remain In El Paso Wednesday,
Thursday ana Friday only
"The Spermatic Shield Truss closes
the opening in ten days on the avf-raire
case, producing results without surgery
or harmful injections." Mr. Seeley has
documents from the government. Wash
ington, D. V.. for inspection.' Anyone
interested will be shown the truss or
fitted if desired (Adv.)
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TWO FIKK ALARMS BUT
ONLY OAK FIRE IS FOUND
Tuesday nigt, about 7:30 an alarm
from box "13" at the intersection of San
Francisco and Santa Fe streets, was
turned in. The central fire company
responded but was unable to locate any
Fire of an unknown origin called the
central fire company to the residence
at 815 Myrtle avenae at 11:50 oclock
Wednesday morning. The damage done,
it was said, was slight
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LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine removes
the cause. There is only One "BROMO
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W. GROVE. 25c. Advc -tisement.
Breathe it for Catarrh
Physicians Prescribe it
Quickly Clears Stuff ed-TJp f
Hsad and Stops Snuff
ling and Hawking.
In the morning, shortly after you
awake. Dear reader, do you have to
hawk and strain to get that stubborn
piece of mucus out of your throat?
Get rid of catarrh now; it will grow
worse as you arrow older. One day of
breathing pleasant, neating tiiuaat.1 ,
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der why you doubted the statement
that Booth's HYOMBI would end the
most aggravating case of, catarrh.
A hard rubber pocket inhaler and a
bottle of HYOMEI and simple instruc
tions for use is 31.00. This is called
the HYOMEI outfit. If one bottle
does not banish your catarrh, you can
get another for only 50 cents. Thou
sands use it for coughs, cold and
croup. Sold by Kelly & Pollard, and
druggists everywhere. Adv.
Mar Chew, Proprietor,
will open Sunday. November 3rd. a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
Srill Entrance through main dining
10 ns California Oiwana Off
109-11 So. Stastoa St
L0O95 ST. J. TfWftTAB,
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KL PASO LODGR NC 189. A. . A A. St
BogBJar meetings 1st ana 3r
Wednesdays of each month.
W. W. Brass; W. M.
L R. GUIett Secretary.
Masonic Relief Board. IK Mesa Ats.:
hoars 10 a. m. te 12 m.
JS. B. RYAN'S DANCING ACADEMY at
the F. B. hall. Social danoe every
Wednesday and Saturday evenings.
your sob's collars
should be seat to the Elite
Because we're doing better
Collar Work than has ever been
done here before.
Give ur Collar Wk a trial'
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