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Gt Your New Fall
Suit Here
We guarantee not only to save money for you on
your Fall Clothes, but we guarantee to, show you
the nobbiest and best Jtailored models of the season.
Kuppenheimer and Clothcraft Suits at a saving of
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Men's Wool Suits
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Note the Prices
Choice of 340 Men'B Wool Suits, in small siB, that sold at $12.00 and
up to $20.00; if you can find your sue its yours gr- qq
for . . . tpxJ SU'
1 Lot Men's Suits, all colors and sixes; a bargain at $12.00 &9 aj
a suit; our price for this sale is P o"J
Choice of 135 Snappy Suits in eoiors of brown, gray mixed (Q QA
and blues, that are well worth up to $18.00. Sale price. . P.t?U
1 Lot Men's Suits, that.mre right up to the minute in (jjl O OC
style, all colors, all sues; well worth $20.00. Sale price 4 A &oOJ
240 in this lot of Men's Fine Suifc, Clothcraft and College Cut makes;
suits that are selling from $18.00 to $22.60. Sale (fcll KQ
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There are none better made; the real stuff for this Fall and Winter,
the latest cuts and colors, from the full extreme to the business suit;
new models, new shades. Kuppenheimer Suits that sell d - fj QtZ
from $20.00 to $26.00, priced during this sale at P A I ?
All our Kuppenheimer Suits that sell from $25.00 to jOO TC
$35.00, priced during this sale at PiJ a I J
One lot of Men's Overcoats that our buyer bought at a g QE
bargain, that are worth $12.00. Sale price 0Jee7J
One lot Clothcraft Overcoats for Men that are worth $ -I A PA
$22.50. priced daring this sale at P tJVJ
KUPPENHEIMER OVERCOATS
You know what they are. During this sale you get choice of Kuppenheimer
Overcoats tbst sell from $20 J to $26.00. $,1 7 9S
Kuppenheimer Overcoats that seil from $25.00 to $35.00, ifJO "7E
priced during this sale at ptJ 9 J
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Coal, Stove Wood, Oak Chunks , .
andKindHng Double DailyTram Service I
Phones 210 and 36 8:00 a. m. 10:00 p. m. 1
1 City Ticket Office, 206 North Oregon. I
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ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CEITCHSTT & FERGUSOH
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SKIPPERS
210 San Francisco St.
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
inoepenciens Assay ?nioe
KIlBUSHiBllM.
D. W. Bbckhiet. E.M., Proprietor.
Agent for Ora Skippers Aaagaand
Chemical AacifSli. Mha Esamleett
and Reported Upon, ealaen Wert a
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CL PASO. TEXAS.
DVY JLND
COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS
Organized 1905
Capita! and Surplus $360,000. Resources $2,500,000
OUR OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
W. W. Tom, Piesideat. .
S. T. Turner, Vke Presidant.
W. CMfej, Vice President.
T. M. Wingo, Tke -President
A. Krakiuwr.
J3. M. Bray.
J. E. BobertsoB.
W. E. Arnold. Cashier.
Sig. N. Schwabe, Aswstaut Cashier.
H. E ChriBtie, Secretary.
P. L. AtidasoB, Assistant Cashier
J. H. PoDard.
B. M. WorshaM.
H. D. Bowman.
REVIVAL AT
SALVATION ARMY
Col. Henry C. Lee. of the Salvation
Army, in command of the intermcun
tain province of the Salvation Army,
will conduct a series of meetings at
the army halt 349 Myi-tt avenue.
OoL Lee -mR be ccompanteO' by 'his
wife, who also has had experience, in
the various branches of the work. Both
are said to be interesting speakers and
will be heard at the first meeting Sat
urday at p. m.
OoL Lee will speak at the First Bap
tist church Sunday at 11 a. m.
RACETRACK MAX IS SHOT BY
A DBTKCTIVK AT CINCINNATI
Cincinnati 0 Nov. 8- Jinks Mc
creary, a prominent figure on the race
tracks of the country the last decade,
was shot and probably fatally injured
while in the corridor of a hotel here.
Cant. James Jacobs, of the Latonia
Jockey club detectives, is under arrest, j
charged with the shooting witn intent
to kilL In a statement to the police,
Jacobs admitted the shooting and
claimed he only used his gun after be
ing attacked by McCreary. The latter
was denied admission to the Latonia
track by the manageiaet at-tbe begin
ning of the present season:
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A National Cash Register is a
guardian of morals, money and
method.
It protects the rights of mer
chant, clerk and , customer.
It pays for itself out of a
share of the losses it prevents.
National Cash Register
Office 414 N. Oregon A. J. Strayer, Sales Agent
ELEPHANT BUTTE
Y. M. C. A. ELECTS
Large Perce Is at Work Filling la the
Channel and. Completing the
Upper Coffer Dam.
Slephant Butte, N. ML, Nov. 8. At the
Y. M. C. A. organisation meeting the
following officers were chosen: Presi
dent, T. C. Casey; industrial secretary,
R. S. Blenn; secretary treasurer, W. A.
Hardin; social director, R. J. Schmal
hausen; education director, Earl Phil
lips; physical director, Mr. Hill; reli
gious director, B. K. Johnson. A board
of trustees was also chosen, consisting
of Arthur Morten and "West Jones.
A large number of men is at work
filling in the channel and completing
the upper coffer dam.
The flume is finished and the water
of the river is now passing through it
A farewell surprise party was given
to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Zeebe by friends
and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Zeebe have
mayed to Florida.
The entertainment given by the pub
lie school in the mess hall was a suc
cess and a source of pleasure to the
audience. The receipts amounted to
about 1S.
All four of the Blephant Butte teach
ers left for the State Teachers' asso
ciation meeting at Albuquerque. They
took many samples of work done by the
pupils, including needlework, drawing,
painting and work in bronze and burnt
wood. The needlework consisted of
flowers, fancy work, aprons and mil
linery. The mother of E. D. Black, of Lake
City, Minn., is visiting Mr. Black and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dyce spent a
few days at Palomas Springs.
Some of the government tents are
being moved down 'the street and lo
cated on vacant lots. 'They are being
placed two together tor employes hav
ing families.
A derrick has been set up near the
site of the sand-cement plant and a
bunch of carpenters, under F. H.
"Wright, is building fasms, for the con
crete posts. It is reported this build
ing will be the largest connected with
the works.
Lewis Hill and family have left this
place. Mr. Hill was in camp about 10
days, giving careful inspection to plans
for future development work.
Joseph Ferguson made a trip this
week to the ranch this side of Rincon,
-where the government mules have been
In pasture, bringing back with him the
bunch of IS mules. Some of them will
be needed in excavating sand from the
river. ,
Beek-keepintr. Stenojrrnphy, Spanish.
DKVIGIION'S BISIXESS COIKUE ,
R. F. Davis, Manager. Phone 14S1. t
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CAPT. J. H. ROGERS
WISHES MARSHALSHIP
Austin. Tex., Nov. 8. After 20 years
in the service of the state as ranger
captain and two years as a deputy
United States marshal, with headquar
ters at El Paso, Capt. J. H. Rogers now
wants to be a United States marshal.
He is here spending a few days and an
nounced that he is an applicant for
the United States marshalship of the
western district of -Texas, which em
braces Austin, Waco, San Antonio, Del
Rio and EI Paso. In due time, he said,
he would file his application with pres
ident Woodrow Wilson. Capt. Rogers
left the ranger force two years ago and
has since been a deputy United States
marshal.
WILL USB ABROPLANKS TO
AID COAST ARTILLERY
Log Angeles, CaL, Nov. 8. The estab
lishment of a chain of aeroplane
depots along the Pacific coast as an
auxiliary to the coast artillery corps is
the purpose of the war department, ac
cording to Lieut. August Norton, coast
artillery corps.
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HEAVY HEAD a
pretty sure sign of a
torpid liver Jet
Tutt's Pills
aid nature in its work. You
will be surprised at the
beneficial results. At your
druggist sugar coated or
plain.
Se us for. bargains in city property
-s)ud. TiaHey lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 5S13. 214 31111s BIdg.
Bl Paso, Texas.
Horace B. Stevens
Real Estate
and insurance
MILLS BUILDING.
FGH SALE
78x120 ft. Corner North Virginia
and Boulevard, improved with
two 7 room brick buildings,
$12,000.00
52x120 ft. Corner North Oregon
and Boulevard, improved with a
14 room, two story building, lib
eral termB,
$20,000.09
75x120 ft. Comer North Oregon
St between Boulevard and Mon
tana Streets,
$16,000.00
37x120 ft. South El Paso Street,
between Overland and Second.
61x120 ft. Orf San Franciseo
Street, improved with a three
story building; bringing good
rent; liberal terms.
52x120 ft. Corner Wyoming and
Campbell Streets, improved with
two 5 room dwellings a fine site
for apartments.
PRESENTS GIVEN
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BY THE
CRUISE
Woman's Organization In Las Cruces
Gives Former and Present Pre
siding Officers Gifts.
Las Cruces, N. M-, Nov. 8. The chief
social event of the week in Las
Cruces was the meeting of the Sew
and So society at the home of Mrs.
Bliss Freeman. Thursday afternoon.
The following were present: Mes
dames Taylor, John Freeman, Mar
teeny, Southerland, Teo, G. W. Free
man, Minatree, Bundy. Morgan sr.,
Kelly, Ward, Oldham. M. B. Stevens,
Roland, Thatcher. Jeff Isaacks. W. J.
Stevens, Frank Islas, and Orandlna
Isaacks; Misses Roberts and Gross, of
Las Cruces. Those from a distance
were: Mrs. Earl Stamper, of Albu
querque: Miss Dittmar. of Bl Pmj;
Miss Kilgore, of Berino; Mrs. Wai
Isaacks, of Organ and Mrs. S. B.
Walker and Mrs. Gilliam, of MesiUa
Park. Refreshments were ser?ed In
courses. The bouse was tastefully de
orated with cut flowers.
Thursday being Mrs. Freeman's
birthday anniversary, the club pre
sented her with a handsome present.
It is the rule of the club to present
to each member a birthday present.
In November four of the members
having birthdays this month, presents
were also given yesterday to the
other three. Miss Gross. Mrs. Roland
and Mrs. Yeo.
Mrs. George R- Taylor has left Clo
vis, N. M., having been called there
to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. S.
R. Copeland.
B. T. Link has pneumonia.
Lewis C. Hill and Homer J. Gault,
of the reclamation service, were here
meeting of the Water Users- associa
tion thM went down the valley in an
automobile.
S. S. CLEVELAND
(17.000 TONS)
Leaving San Francisco Feb. 6
Visit famous Cities and Oraatrfes .a a
palatial eteamstiip which serrea a your
hotel. Ererj luxury and comfort loaned.
110 DAYS $650 and hp
iDdnding- all necessary expense afloat and
asbore. railway, carriages, hotels. gnlde,
fees ; also railroad fares to and from yonr
home.
Othtr Crwitet U He Oriewt. tJ Wt
IniUt, Panama dotal. Half and Ban, ate.
Writt Jar inutlratei beotlet.
Mmm-mitm line
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Olive St St. Loais, Mo, or Leeal
Agents.
MOSLBR SAFE FOR SALB
Has Burglar Proof Chest.
S3O0. TBRMS.
Hall Safe 15e,e0.
ELLIS BROSk PRINTING
COMPANY.
AMERICAN
OPB3T DAT AND NIGHT
Deirostalra
Reherts-BanBer Bids.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APSIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AMD PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST. PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. MORSHSAD, President. C W. BASSETT, Vice President
JOSEPH MAGOFHK, V. Pre. GEO. D. FLORY, CaaUec
L. J. GILCHRIST. Astt Cashier.
MAKES YOU SAVE
Makes you save in spite of yourself. A small sawags bant w
will loan you one if you want to start to save.
Your wages get into the bank whether you put them ifaete or not
If you spend all. the other fellow banks your nosey. - -
Resolve to be the "Other Fellow." Come to us today.
Get one of our beautiful little savmgs banks ancUtart the "Savngs
Habk."
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS
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Orrine for Drink Habit
TRY. IT AT OCR SXPBNSK.
We are in earnest when we ask you
to give ORRINE a trial. You have
nnfhinv tn risk a.nA Avervriiinsr to
gain, for your money 'will be returned
if alter a trial you rati to get results
from ORRINE. Thia offer gives the
wives and mothers of those who drink
to excess an opportunity to try the
ORRINB treatment. It is a very sim
ple treatment, can be given in the
home without publicity or loss of time
from business, and at a small price.
ORRINB is prepared in two forma:
No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; OR
RINB No. 2, in pill form, for those who
desire to take voluntary treatment.
Costs only $1.00 a box. Come in and
talk over the matter with us. Ask for
booklet.
Kelly ft Pollard, Sheldon hotel.
HANKINS CHOSEN
MAYOR OF DOUGLAS
Office of City jHttge May Be CobsoU
dated With That of Mayor; Chalsei
Fat aa Bridegroom.
Douglas. Arix.. Nov. 8. M. C. Han
kins, a foreman at the Copper Queen
smelter, was chosen mayor of Douglas
after a lengthy discussion and after the
office had been refused by a number
of other prominent Douglasltes. Mr.
Hankins succeeds J. H. Baker, a lum
berman, who retired from office be
cause of the fact that the duties re
quired too much time from his busi
ness. Mr. Hankins is a Democrat and
has been politically prominent for a
number of years. He is chairman of
the Democratic county central com
mittee. m .
With the announcement of the re
tirement of Ben Rice from the office
of city judge on January 1 discussion
has been aroused among the council
men as to the advisability of appending
this offiro with its stipend of J50 per
month to tliat of mayor. With but .m
hour or two work each day involvou,
McELWAIN
SHOES
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No manufacturer could
make and sell as many
shoes as McElwain makes
and sells unless he gave
yo.u the equivalent of
your dollars in shoe service.
W. H. McBtwaki Compaar, Boetest
hi i i n
the mayorship would thus be made an
office in which there would be profit
as well as honor. Judge Rice has also
sent his resignation to the county su
pervisors as justice of the peace. This
will also become effective on the first
Mondav in January. He has held the
dual position of justice and police
magistrate for six years. It is his in
tention to leave Douglas during Jan
uary, going to California to spend tha
spring and summer, returning here in
the fall.
Real chains, and not those wrought
by D. Cupid, played an important part
in the charivari accorded Lee Adamson,
son of the master mechanic at the Cop
per Queen smelter, when he returned
from Tombstone where he was married
tn Hiss Rubv Glenn, also of this citv.
i n'imber of the frirrds of the strorni
taptured him as he alighted from thp
train, carried him to a vacant house
and chained him with log chains ror
about three hours. He was tfce:i - e
leasea upon promising to stand tt-3t
for the crowd.
They Make low Feel Gel.
The pleasant purs-itive effect pio
duced by Chamberlain's Tablets an I
the healthy condition of body and mind
which they create make one fef-1 joy
ful. For sale by all dealers
A. Foster, n.pht hif oV oa'cher
the Santa Fo .it S.tn Martial, has i.
signcd from the service to take a po -ton
as dispatcher with the U. H at K!
Paso, and E. Jones, who has been woi K
ins at San Marcial for some Urn. -operator
has heen promote to f'll tr
place left b Mr Foster
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