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Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1912
Nothing Has Ever Added Greater Prestige to Our Fame
As Foremost Exponents of Fashions Than This Display of
Womens Coat Suits at J 1 5 & $ 1912
EL PASO HERALD
ers Is Rea
In connection with having a toothsome Thanksgiving
turkey, we call your attention to buying in advance a
turkey roaster. We cany the celebrated Eeed Sanitary
Jiaiamelea Steel eii-J3asung jxoaster, aiso xne savory
Self-Basting Roaster, in both steel and enamel. There
IS a iUli assortuityit uj. iac& axtu tue pxiueo axe aa aui
"Reed" Roasters from $1.25 to $2.25
"Savory" Steel Roasters - - $1.50
"Savory" Enameled Roasters $2 to $3
SPECIAL NOTE-We will have in time for Thanks
giving a eompleteline of "I. X. L." Carving Sets,
ranging in price from $4.50 up. We also call special
attention to our complete and superior line of Table
We Are Sole EI Paso Agents for
Gives You Running Water in
Any Room Without Plumbing
Sight screws, a screw -driver, a pair
of hands and ten short minutes
that's the story of the inst&lation
of a BOWE SANITARY LAVATORY.
You don't need a plumber
"A plumber," says Mr. Dooley, "is a
mon that gets sixty einte an hour
fer sleepin' under a bath tub."
When you purchase a Rowe Sanitary
Lavatory, the first cost is the whole
cost, and yoH have the convenience
of running wafer without the ex
pense of piping. If you live in a rented house and the landlord will not put
in a lavatory (and doubtless there are such landlords) you can undertake
the small expense of this equipment yourself, for when you move yon can
take it -with you.
We now have these lavatories on display and will
be pleased to demonstrate fully their many advantages.
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Roosevelt Runs Second in El
Paso County; Escajeda
Has Heavy Lead.
Woodrow Wilson, with a vote of
1076, 1317 votes in excess of the com
bined vote of Roosevelt and Taft, had
a landslide in 3 Paso county. These
are the returns from 18 precincts.
There are six to be heard from, but
the reports from them are to the ef
fect that the majority of Wilson is on
a par with the returns already in.
The IS precincts gave Roosevelt a
total of 630 votes, and this will be in
creased by the returns from the out
standing precincts. Taft, in accord
ance with the predictions of local poli
ticians, ran a poor third, with only 129
According- to the returns in, Taft
was beaten by Roosevelt by SOI votes,
by Wilson 1847. Wilson beat Roose
velt by li4 votes.
Wilson carried all of the 18 pre
cincts. The heaviest vote polled for
Roosevelt was in precinct 12, where he
was given 122 votes. In that precinct
Wilson polled 238 votes, Taft 1. Taff s
heaviest vote was in precinct No. 3,
where he received 17 votes.
The returns heard from gave Debs,
the Socialist candidate, a total of 108
votes, and Chafin, the Prohibitionist
presidential candidate, 21.
Eseajeda Has Big Plurality.
J. A. Kscajeda, Democratic nominee
for district clerk, with a total vote of
2747 given him by the IS precincts, is
conceded the election by an over
whelming majority. J. W. Rantage, the
Socialist candidate in the race, received
103 votes, and F. A. Stewart, independ
ent candidate for that office, was given
On account of the voter not know
ing how to mark the ballot Stewart,
it was claimed by the election judges
from the various precincts, lost a num
ber of votes. In these instances the
voter after scratching out Eecajeda's
name, instead of writing Stewart's
name under the title of the office left
blank on the Independent ticket, which
was at the extreme right hand of the
official ballot, ij was said wrote the
name under that of Kscajeda. The bal-
t lot was not counted. In numerous in
stances Stewart's name, while written
on the ballot in the proper place, was
accompanied by different initials.
Those ballots were also not counted
Race lor Associate Justice.
In the race for associate justice of
the supreme court, for an unexpired
terms of two years. Nelson Phillips,
the Democratic candidate, received a
total of 1890 votes from the IS pre
cincts. IT. S. Goen, a local attorney,
and candidate for that office on the
Progressive ticket, was given 504 votes.
W. Cocke, the Socialist opponent for
the place, was third with 120 votes.
There was practically no opposition
to the Democratic candidates for the
local county offices. The Socialist can
didates -who opposed these were given
votes in the majority of the precincts
heard from, but In no case was the
vote large enough to make any ma
The outstanding precincts are all
expected to be turned in at the county
clerk's office before Wednesday night.
HAS CALL FOR FIRST
Bit of Paper la Highly Prized by Volney
3C. Brown; Contains Names of
Original Wilson Men.
Stowed away In a file in his office
is a common piece of yellow scratch
paper that Volney M. Brown would not
trade for a house and lot Jt is the
original call for a Wilson meeting in
Written in lead pencil, somewhat
rubbed from being handled, is this docu
ment calling upon the Democrats of
El Paso to meet and form a Wilson club.
It bears the names of several promi
nent lawyers and of some men who
afterwards espoused the candidacy of
other presidential candidates, but it
shows the original sentiment of these
The document reads: "The admirers
of Woodrow Wilson are requested to
meet at the city hall Tuesday, Sept 19.
1911, at 8 oclock p. m., for the pur
pose of organizing an El Paso county
Wilson club to support his candidacy "
Zach Cobb wrote the call which is
signed by A. M. Walthall, Z. L. Cobb,
R. V. Bowden, Seymour Thurmond,
Thos. M. Jones. M. W. Stanton. J. F.
Weeks, Volney K. Brown. Robt T. Neill,
J. H. McClintock. a P Weisiger, Robt
It Holliday. Paul Boykin, E. T. Moore
(now deceased). Victor C. Moore, J. V.
Brown, W. S. Morgan, -J. M. Goggin. F.
E. Hunter, C W Marshall, B. Bryan,
ilgn Clark, W. H. Winter, W. is. Mill
er, Chas. Owen, R, M. Reed, Geo. N.
Beakley, SoL Franklin.
The meeting was held and the club
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there is more
for Fatimas than
for any other ci
garette. A Turkish-blend
Suits the Ameri
can taste to a tee!
20, in plain pack
age allows us to
sell at 15 cents.
1 Paso Book Co.
204 Mills St.
If You Want the Best In
Tents and Awnings
Let the Old Reliable
Do Yow Work
1 Paso Tent and
312 Sonth 1 so Street
Phone 2044. H. J. Collins, Mngr.
Wide Dack for sale by the yard, bolt
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organized on the date for which It was
I called, but there was a very small at-
1 Paso Theatre, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 7 & 8
Friday Afternoon Matinee
A Galxy of Artists. Twelve years of phenomenal success in the United
States and Europe. In Native songs and chants of the Tropics.
The great variety of instruments played by the Troubadours, each artist
being a thorough master, -combined with their harmonious songs, gives
n evening of pleasure long to be remembered.
lanwgiiom tne program they introduce several original compositions by
members of the company. Abo sones in Enelish. French. German. Snaniel.
songs in English, French, German, Spanish
Matinee: 25 and 50
Prices: $1.00, 75 and 50 cents.
Seats on Sale at Ryans Drug Store beginning Thursday morning at 10
Important Issue Not Over
looked in the Presence
Detroit. Mich., Nov. 6. After a vigor
our campaign lasting; many months, tho
women of Michigan believe their work
has been successful. The incomplete
count of ballots indicates that woman
suffrage has carried by a narrow mar-
Topeka. Kans . Nov 6. The men of
Kansas on Tuesday cast their ballots in
overwhelming numbers in favor of un
restricted suffrage for the, women of
Kansas. This means the successful
ending of a fight that has been waged
in this state with varying degrees of
activity for 20 years.
"SJOU MIGHT sojourn to Broadway or Fifth Avenue, New York,
in the quest of that Fall Suit and you could not secure any
more style or service or perfection of fit than we offer you among
these splendid garments. Exaggerated! Not a bit. We'll tell you
why. These suits come from the makers that cater to the critical
woman of the metropolis. They are made of rich materials; they
are designed by just as expert tailors, and they possess all of those
little new touches that distinguish the refined productions from the
Another notable feature you will find in cooaecbon with these Suits their superior Si
ting qualities. Fact, is, they are such splendid fitting .garments that we'ie-selUog more of
them which do not require any -alteration than ever before. Nor need it surprise you that
these exceptional Suits are priced as moderately as you are asked to pay elsewhere for in
ferior materials, commonplace styles, ordinary workmanship, as well as ill-fitting sizes. They
are fine specimens of the tailor's art and priced atonly $15 and $19.5d.
Comfortable Classy Fall Coats
HpHE BUSINESS we are doing in our coat department k simply wonderful. Hardly a day
passes that we do not receive new shipments and before we realize it they're gone. We
feature four lines at $730, $9.50, $12.50 and $15, in new and distinct styles. The ma
terials are Diagonal, Boucles, Plaid Back Chinchillas, Novelty Zibelines, Macknaws, Cheviots,
Serges and Meltons in the leading shades and Scotch Mixtures. See these four exceptional values at
Wk if II
dj'T.so $cyo d? $Tyi!!
"Popular" Special $4-95 Skirts
" 7"ARIETY is the keynote of this showing of skirts. Everything k
v here; new -English walking skirts, mannish tailored effects and
dressy skirts. Materials include every popular fabric shown this season
Bedford cords, diagonals, serges, whipcords, fancy mixtures, etc
All beautifully tailored and finished. Garments that i q
.would ordinarily sell at $7.50, offered at, -. ?$'' D
Women's Warm Felt Slippers
OUR STOCK of Felt
Slippers is so large
that every legitimate need
can be fully and quickly
and satisfactorily met.
"We offer best values al
ways. We feature the fol
"COMFY" SLIPPERS Of
felfc'm red, taupe; lavender, pur
ple, gray and blue; trimmed with
ribbons and pom pom. Women's
and children's sizes. These are
priced at, pair $1.50.
Girls'' High Class Coats
S& B fyjM Txtfifgffig In A.
p ICK THEM out they're from the best
makers of children's coats that we know
af, cleverly made, smart styles and of the very
best materials, consisting of basket weaves, chin
chillas, velvets, corduroys, broadcloths, bedford
cords, diagonals, fancy mixtures, boucles, blan
ket cloths, black and white checks and fancy
rough weaves. Black and all the wanted col
ors of the season. Every coat offered k a thk
season's style. These wonderful lots specially
FELT ROMEOS Prettily fur
trimmed belting leather soles.
These slippers are here in red,
blue, gray, wine and black.
Priced at, a pair $1.00, $1.50
Complete Stock of Leggins and Overgaiters
New and Attractive Designs in Art Needlework
WHY NOT begin your Christmas work now! Our Art Goods Section (1st aisle, main floor) is filled
to overflowing with many useful suggestions. A gift of the donor 's own handiwork is perhaps appreciat
ed by the recipient above all others even above many which are far more costly. If your plans include
gifts of your own work you will find in our Art Department a world of pleasing hints and a visit here will
help you in deciding what it shall be. With Christmas barely two months away, work on these bitsof
needle work and fancy things should be begun now. Don't wait until the last minute and have to finish
it hurriedly or perhaps not get it completed on time. Your .work will be better done if leisurely done.
PILLOW TOPS With backs to match
stamped on good qoabty art linen, w conven
tional designs. Good values at 29c
PIN CUSHION COVERS Stamped k
pleasing designs. Do not fail to see these.
LAUNDRY AND SEWING BAGS
Stamped on art linen, cretonne and burlap; also
finished bags. Choice 25c. 50c and .... 75c
CHILDREN'S DRESSES Sizes X to 7
years of age. Stamped on linen, picque, ba
tiste and poplin. Priced at 50c to .$130
Embroidery Lessons Civn
EVERY day until further notice
our Miss McCraeken will give
free Embroidery Lessons. These
lessons are absolutely free, with no
restrictions whatsoever. Every
embroidery stitch taught, including
the new "Muffe," "Punch Work,"
"Rambler Rose'7 and "Italian
See Case Display of Art Goods at
Women's Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
beautiful designs embroidered in comer and
edge; also initials and plain hand- (L j,
kerchiefs. Special, 2 for .-.D
ROYAL SOCIETY, ARTOMO AND
PEARL LUSTRE PACKAGE GOODS
Gowns, corsets, combination suits, Princess slips,
skirts, waists, baby clothes, scarfs, center pieces,
pillow tops,, etc These goods come stamped
on the various materials best designed for the use
to which they are to be put linen, linene, repp,
lingerie cloth, nainsook, etc With them come
all the floss necessary to embroider the pieces,
with full and clear directions for their use. Priced
at 25c to $1.50
NAINSOOK STAMPED CORSET COV
ERS For punch work and French embroidery
stitch. Extra special value at 20c
STAMPED NAINSOOK DRAWERS
In very charming designs? Excellent value at a
STAMPED APRONS On cross barred
lawn will make pretty little gifts. See them.
Priced special at 15c
STAMPED LINEN WAISTS With sewed
in sleeves. All sizes. These are cheap at,
STAMPED LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
Good quality, sheer linen, dainty designs.
Priced at, each 15c and 25c
PILLOW TOPS With backs to match.
Stamped on natural art linen. Also center
pieces in this lot. Choice . . .. 39c
Special in Trimmings
Baby Irish, Oriental and Venice edgings.
insertions and aplique in cream, ecru and
white. See these goods - .
Thursday, at, yard 14'$
Phoenu. Ariz, Xo. 6. Ihe amend
ment to the constitution granting
women the right to vote is believed to
have been carried by a sufficient ma
jority. Hereafter the women of Ari
zona will vote.
ARIZONA IN THE
(Continued from page 1.)
ceed Col J. H. McClintock as postmas
ter at Phoenix.
The Arizona Vote.
The count will be slow, as the vote
was heavy A total of 2823 votes was
cast in Phoenix, an unprecedentedlv
large vote considering the registra
tion. The constitutional amendments
that had to be voted on made the bal
lot a lengthy one. -
Cochise county gave the usual Demo
cratic majority, Wilson leading by
Florence, whose returns came in
early, gave a majority of 45 for Wil
son. Tempe cast 189 for Wilson. 149 for
Roosevelt, 40 for Taft and 35 for Debs.
Osborne's vote was: Wilson. 189;
Roosevelt, 105; Taft. 5, Debs, 13;
fliafln. 10 For congress Hayden,
m, Campbell. 32; Fishe. 90.
Meridian save Wilson 9. Roosevelt
17 and Taft 5: Hayden (Dim.) for con
gress 31, Fisher (Progressive) 9 and
Campbell Rep ) 0
The rirst ward in Phoenis Sae Wil
son 459, Roosevelt 270, Taft 108 and
The Fourth ward, complete, gave
Taft 54, Roosevelt 84. Wilson 120, Debs
32, Chafin 2 and Haydes (Dem.) for
NEW MEXICO IS
(Continued from page 1 )
president Roosevelt ran well No defi
nite returns are to be had at present.
DeralBK Defeati Amendment.
Deming, N. M., Nov. 6 The amend
ment to the constitution mas defeated
in Deming, 424 against, 34 for
The Columbus precinct sat Wilson
42. Fergusson 49. Taft 13, Jaffa 1.
Roosevelt 17. DeBaca 13 and Defcs 12.
The Mimbres precinct gave Wil
son 22. Fergusson 23, Taft 1. Jaffa 0.
Roosevelt 1 and Debs 3.
Cook's precinct gave Wilson 24, Fer
gusson 24, Taft 2 and Debs 2.
Xaay Gnat First Vote.
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov 6 In the
election here many voted for president
for the first tima. even gray haired
men, this being -the first opportunity
to vote for president since New Mexico
became a state
TO THK FOIST.
Knicker. "What is a hand laundrv"
Bocher ' One that cuffs the coll t
and collars the cuffs.' New York Sua.