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Is PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Xov. 6, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
This Splendid Mattress
And Now for the Tariff Question
The "Calisher" Store, however, takes the lead, and gives you
Free Lessons in Art Em
broidery, daily from S
to 12 a. m. Children
I taught Saturday only.
these interesting instances of Tariff Reform, "would that
the President-elect could but see the enthusiasm created by
this Free Trade Sale" here at "Calisher's."
is Great Free Trade Sale Has Hit the
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The "Calisher" Store Takes the Lead; where values are concern
ed and most important of all, the '"GalisSier" Stocks are new
this season. The costumes and gowns liere quoted are all of the
present season's best inodels.
One-third Off the Price of
Afternoon and Evening Gowns and Wraps
That were regularly marked at $42.50 and up. As an
instance of the great reductions, we enumerate the
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$420 ROSE BROADCLOTH WRAP, 1-3 OFF.
Beautifully embroidered with silk applique.
$520 WHITE BROC. CHARMEUSE GOWN, 1-3 OFF.
Exquisitely trimmed with Shadow lace and Sequins.
$65.00 PINK CHARMEUSE GOWN, 1-3 OFF.
Embroidered with hwgies and ehiffon orerdrapery.
$85.00 CHIFFON AND CHARMEUSE GOWN, 1-3 OFF.
Light blue, overdrape of shadow lace and bugles.
$87.50 BLACK CHARMEUSE GOWN, 1-3 OFF.
In brocade, with antique metal lace bodice and chiffon.
$125.00 BLACK AND GREY CHARMEUSE GOWN, 1-3 OFF
Elaborately trimmed with embroidered net and bugle fringe.
quarter Off R
All Coat Cosiumes Marked $3'5. 00 and Upward I
$38.50 Green Eponge Coat Costume
$4250 BLACK VELVET COAT COSTUME.
One quarter off the regular price.
$55.00 B80WN niAGONAL COAT COSTUME.
One quarter off the regular price.
$75.00 TAN OR BLUE BROADCLOTH COSTUME.
One quarter off the regular price.
$47.50 BROWN DIAGONAL COAT COSTUME.
One quarter off the regular price.
$62.50 BLK and WHITE ZIBELINE COAST COSTUME. QA 07
One quarter off the regular price. " P frO.Oo
$8550 BLACK and WHITE VELVET COAT COSTUME.
One quarter off the regufer price.
The Above Items but half tellorfcheVonderfulvalues embracetfrin tM&gjneatgsa&e QUiese $ea& .stocks
this brilliant gathering of Beautiful "Costumes is placed at your disposal; hundreds of file season's choic
est models, at 1-3 and 1-4 off.
An Enormous Special Purchase permits us to offer this
Great "Eree Trade" Tariff Off
Sale of Beautiful Glassware!
(In the Spacious-Basement Store.)
"No Deliveries of Glassware Will Be Made."
Water Tumblers 6 for 10c Salad Bowls, Pmit Dishes,
Cake Stands, Water Pitchers, Butter Dishes with Cov
ers, Pickle Dishes, Cruets for vinegar or oil, Salad Dishes,
Cake Trays, Comports, etc., etc. In handsome designs,
clear crystal, with beaded, pearl or plain edges; a vast as
sortment. The regular prices on these goods would be
from 15c up to 35c the piece. Take your f
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Boy's Blouse Waists
TA&IFF OFF." &OC
In percale, cheviot, ging
ham, fancy madras and
black sateen, ages from 6
up to 14 years.
choice of any piece in the lot, at.
BEGULAR 500 TARIFF OFF
In red and navy only
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Women's Percale Dresses
REGULAR $1.00 j-q
TARIFF OFF. 3C
In neat colors and pat
terns of good quality per
cale, prettily ti-immed,
large or small designs.
$3, $4, $5
This represents the
cream of high grade
Hat makers. Quite a
number of foreign
novelties among them,
as well as the domes
tic modes. The very
latest velours in all
shades. The very
latest scratchups in
all shades. The very
latest rag styles and a
large assortment of
the felts and stiff
M $7, $5, $4
A Genuine Bargain
Full 35 pound cotton mattress rolled edge m fancy
art ticking, worth at least $6.00 in the high rent stores;
$12 Princess Dresser $8.75
Made of beautifully figured American quartered gold
en oak, beveled French plate glass mirror. Well worth
$ 1 2.50. You must see it to appreciate it.
Young's El Paso Furniture Co.
"BUY FROM YOUNGfi- BUY FOR LESS"
307 S. El Paso Sl Phone 835-M.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Write for Catalogue.
NEW CONSUL ARRIVES
AT NOGALES, SONORA
"Will Live en American Side as Xo
Suitable HeM Can Be FohbiI
1b the Mexican Tons.
Nogales, Jfrlz., Nov. 6. Frederick
Simpich has arrived in Nogales. Mex..
to take the position -as United States J
consul, recently vacated by Alexander
V. Dye, who resigned to accept a po
sition with the Phelps-Dodge people.
Mr Simpich's family will arrive short
ly and will reside in Nogales, Arizona,
with Mr. Simpich This has been ren- )
dered necessary through the fact that
there is not one residence which can
be secured in Nogales, Mex., suitable I
for the residence of the United States
consul, and permission was recently
granted to former consul Dye to live
on this side of the line, maintaining
offices only in Nogales, Hex.
Dan Hagan, formerly for many years
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Disease -Doctors
Failed to Cure.
Miss Mabel F. Dawkins, 1214 Lafay
ette SU Fort Wayne, Ind, writes:
"For three years 1 was troubled with
catarrh and blood disease. I tried sev
eral doctors and a dozen different rem
edies, but none of them did me any
good. A friend told me of Hood's Sar
saparilla. I took two bottles ot this
medicine and was as well and strong
as ever. I feel like a different person
and recommend Hood's to any one suf
fering from catarrh."
Get it today in usual liquid form or
bocolated tablets called Sarsatab
a resident of Nogales and a large
property holder in the city, was in
Nogales. from his home in Los An
geles. Hagan left Nogales for Bisbee,
where he also holds some valuable
Andrew Yesbit, the trooper of the
Fourth cavalry, who is accused of the
murder of a Yaqul girl and was appre
hended in Magdalena, is thoroughly
frightened, and has expressed his will
ingness to give himself up and come
across to Arizona without the formali
ties of requisition proceedings.
A large number of counterfeit dol
lars and half-dollars, both, Mexican
and American coins, were circulated
around Nogales, but the work was
crude, and the spurious coins jnrere
easily detected. Pedro Torres, of the
Nogales, Mex., detective agency, land
ed the entire bunch of counterfeiters
in Magdalena, Mex., and also captured
the counterfeiting plant. They were
To A. Ferguson, to erect a one-storv
brick residence, Dakota and San Diego
street; estimated value, $1000.
North side of Boulevard, between
Hutton street and Merchant avenue.
Lee H. Orndorff and wife to John R.
Blair, lot 12 and west 22 1-2 feet of
lot 13. block 13, Cotton addition; con
sideration, $500; Nov. 1, 1912.
North side of Clifton, between
Crockett and Houston streets. W. W.
Dunlap and wife to J. F. Coles and O.
C Coles, lot 14, and east one-half of i
lot 15. block 42, Government Hill; con-
siueration, jauu; Oct. 31, 1S1Z.
North side of Manzana, between Co
pia and Grama streets. J w. Spivey
and wife to A. DeLatte, lots 4 and 5,
block 55: southeast corner of Whit
i Oak tra - alley, lots 31 and 32,
block 68. East El Paso; consideration,
$600; Oct. 9, 1912.
North side of Pera, between Copia
and Grama streets. S. A. Craig and
wife to Henry E. Cornwall; lots 11 to
14, block 10, East EI Paso; considera
tion, $3,000; Nov. 2, 1912.
North side ot Chester, between
Bowie and Crockett streets. Fred C
Knollenberg and wife to Chas. R.
Loomis, lots 5 to 9, block 54, Govern
ment Hill; consideration, $10; Nov. 4,
Northeast corner of Montana and
North Florence streets. Josephine
Crosby to "W. H. Austin and James L.
Marr. lots 16 to 20, block 2CS, Camp
bell's addition; consideration, $15,000;
Oct 28, 1912.
San Elizario, Texas. J. F. McKivett
and wife to Mrs. A. T. Bates, four
tracts of land, San Elizario grant;
consideration, $7,000; Oct. 30, 1912.
Socorro. Texas. W. W. Swartz and
wife to Thomas J. Mitchell, tract- of
land, Socorro grant; consideration,
$3790.80; Oct 30, 1912.
East side of Rampart street C. H.
Williams to Mrs. A. Byles, lots 42 and
43, block 5, Golden Hill; consideration,
$3550; Oct 30. 1912.
1184. Charles Seggerson, 1123 Ore
gon street; seven passenger Chalmers.
To Mrs. Will S. Willcox, 2430 Wyo
ming street; Nov. 3.
To Mrs. Francisco Ybarra. El Paso;
Nov. 4. x
To. Mrs. J. W. Gilbert. El Paso: Oct
advisory board was elected and Mr.
Gordon was appointed chairman of
the board and Mrs. Quante, secretary
and treasurer. Tuesdays and Fridays
were named for meeting days and Sun
day school at 2.30 every Sunday. Its
purpose is to try to rfeach those who
do not attend church and also to make
a greater spirit of fellowship among
christians of every denomination.
John Reynolds, of Kansas City, in
company with another real estate man
who Is already heavily Interested in
this section of the country, spent a
week in Clovls, and is going further
west and to Et Paso to look, the coun
try over thoroughly. While here his
investigations were along the line of
s Your Skin on Fire?
llCItK IS A RKMAIILK HEALING
APPLICATION FOR. RC7.BMA.
CLOVIS CHRISTIAN WORKERS
ORGANIZE; CAPITALISTS VISIT
Clovis, N. M.. Nov. 6. A number of
Christian workers met at the gospel
mission for the purpose of organizing
a union mission. Rev. M. Atkinson,
of Amarillo, acted as chairman. An
Try thin Remedy at Our RIk.
'If I could only get relief: from this
terrible itching. I would give any
thing," said an eczema sufferer the
It was very easy for us to advise in
such matters now, for our jiew remedy
(Saxo Salve) for skin diseases of all
sorts, stops the itching right away.
But better than that, it makes the
skin healthy again. It is made so as
to penetrate right into the skin and
saturate every portion with its healing,
Even in a few days you can see that
Saxo Salve is soon going to clear away
No other skin remedy can do so much
for you as Saxo Salve. It is guaranteed.
If it does not satisfy you when used for
any skin disorder we give back your
money. Kelly & Pollard, Druggists, El
Paso, Texas. (Advt)
ITER user: of
Higli Line Canal and Elimi
nation of Headgates Dis-
i cussea wren jcjnguieer.
The El Paso Valley Water Users' as
sociation met Wednesday afternoon with
L. C. Hill, supervising engineer of the
United States reclamation service to dis
cuss the high line canal proposition and
a petition requesting the government to
build it is being considered for circula
tion among the water users.
Wednesday morning the Elephant
Butte water users met at the chamber
of commerce to discuss plans for econo
mizing the operation of ditches oa the
west side of the Rio Grande in the upper
Representing the government were L.
C. Hill, supervising engineer of the Ele
phant Butte project, and H. J. Gault, en
gineer in charge of surveys for the same
project There were 14 water users in
attendance at the meeting.
Plan One Headgate.
At present five ditches, representing a
mileage of about 18 miles, are being used.
They are the Santa Tomas, San Miguel, '
La Mesa, Chambenno and La Union. All !
are operated under separate headgates, I
but it is planned to operate with only i
one neaagate to oe installed by the wa
ter users. They will then seek remunera
tion from the' government under the Ele
phant Butte project for the money they
Mr. Hill pointed out that the building J
of one ditch to supply five,. with only
one headgate, would lie the best plan.
However, he would give no assurance
that the government would eventually
take over the ditch system and onei-ata
if. On this the water users are willing '
to take a chance.
Much Water Wasted.
At present there is much waste of I
water and danger to lands in flood times, I
so Mr. Hill was asked to explain how i
the government would propose to pro
tect the lands and at the ame time con
serve the water. He said that community
itches were the hardest things in the ,
world to operate satisfactorily. W. O.
McXary said thev were about as bad as
church choirs. Then Mr. Hill suggested
that they incorporate, as the govern- I
inent would not consider taking over
community ditches. Although he gave no
assurance that it would take over an in
corporated company, he was of the ouin- :
ion that it would be easier u convince '
the government that it was better fcr it !
to operate it if the company w.is incor
The lines for the new ditch will le
made after Mr. Gault has made a hur
ev of the land and the most feasible
point is selected for the new main ditch.-
Those attending the meeting as repre
pentatives of the water users were: H. P.
Hannum. Lee Harlan and W. J. Viljoen.
of La Union: N. Van Gass. W. O. Mc
Nary and Dayton Tally, of Chambenno; ,
Humboldt Casad, J. M. Garrett. P. H.
Bailey. J. H. Murphy and J. E. Porcher, '
of La Union; L. C. Post, of Las Cruces, '
and L. Clapp, president of the Elephant j
Butte Water Users' association. '
If you cannot buy Mc El wain
Shoes in this town, it fe be
cause your dealer does not
want the McElwain trade
mark on the shoes he sells.
But nevertheless ask him what
he thinks of McElwain Shoes
W. H. McEIwaia Coapaay, Beetea
Destruction of Railroads
Makes Movement of
Cattle Slow Work.
Mexican cattle are being moved to
the border in large numbers but it is
necessary to move them overland and
therefore they require a greater
length of time to make the trip than
would be needed if the railroaos were
John T. Csftneron arrived in Colum
bus, N. AL, Wednesday morning with
234S head from the Pearson district
The duty paid amounted to $8632. These
are Mormon cattle of good breed and
it was while rounding them up that
Cameron was held bv the rebels and
forced to pay a ransom of $5000 sold.
Boyd and Booker will import 2000
head of black muleys at a point near
Hachita, N. M., probably Thursday.
These have been driven overland from
the Galeana district
The Pitman Cattle company will re
ceive 200 head of Mexican cattle from
the ranch of Juan Ochoa on Thursday.
These cattle were driven overland from
Mr. Ochoa's ranch at Samalayuca and
will be received in El Paso.
Boone Bros, are driving 400 head up
from Pearson, 150 miles to Columbus,
N. M There they will be delivered to
the Pitman Cattle company.
C. E. Wis wall, manager of the
Greene Cattle company at Cananea, is
in El Paso. He says that no cattle are
being shipped by his company at the
present time and there are no reports
of thefts by the rebels.
Dr. J. C. Reid. of the bureau of ani
mal industry, is a Columbus. N. M.
Dr. H. M. Hart is at Nogales. and D
L. J. Proper is in Douglas. Aria. All
are supervising the importation of
On Nov. 11. Wm. Benton will import
00 head of his own cattle at Hachita,
N M. He has about 7000 head in the
Galeana district and is moving them.
into the United Stales In small droves.
ImpsrtK Sbeiv Blc Decretuie.
During the 10 months ending Octo
ber 1, 1912, 58.765 head of Mexican
cattle were imported at the local oort,
compared with 126.340 for the 12
months of 1911. showing that the rail
road tieups and the activity of rebels
in Chihuahua have done much to de
crease the number of cattle imported.
The value of the 1S12 importations
has been $845,555, and for the year
SCHRANE TO BE
Milwaukee. Wis., Nov. . rjohn
Schrank, who attempted to assassinate
Cot. Roosevelt, will be arraigned in
municipal court to enter a plea ot
guilty or not guilty either Thursday
or Friday, according to announcement
made at the district attorney's office
As soon as his plea is entered, a
commision of alienists will probably
be appointed by the county to make
a formal inquiry into Schrank's mental
7000 burnerJse& posts zor sale at
Lander Lamber Ce. Adv.
IATKRLRHtVX CMM1TTEB WILL
HOLD A MEETING
A meeting of the valley interurbaa
committee will be held at the Rio
Grande Valley bank Thursday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. The deeds to the
interurban right of way hare been
coming in slowly and the business men
who have pledged the right of way to
the Electric Railway company are
planning to close up the campaign be
fore the end of the month.
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A. T. Whittington. superintendent ot
the Rio Grande division of the Texas &
Pacific Railroad company, with head
quarters at Big Springs, is In El Paso !
on an inspection trip. I
J H. Grayson, ticket agent for the i
El Paso and Southwestern railroad, was j
In EI Paso Tuesday, accompanied by
Mrs. Grayson, en route home from an 1
eastern trip Mr Grayson was at one
time city ticket agent of the G. H. road !
in Til Paso. 1
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