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26c packages Roger & GaUet's Poudre
de Riz (Rice Powder), all tints;
Week-End Extra f P
8 oz. bottles Peroxide, ovr own
brand, regular 25c sue; O
Week-End Extra Special ... 0
(We cannot accept telephone order tor the above Extra Specials).
Tomorrow, as a Week-End Extra
Special we will sell 8
bars of IVORY SOAP
1M in bottles I S. Fiver's im- 4711 White Rose (Hyeerine Soap, reg -
,".,,.., x . tilar 66c boxes, containing 3 cakes;
ported Toilet Water-Am-. o Week-End Extra QC
rea, Plaramye and Le Tefle,"'-,' Special UwC
(Limit one bottle) (Limit one box)
(We cannot accept telephone order for the above Extra Specials).
35c Draer$, 29c.
Nataeoak anslin drawers,
opea and dosed styles, trim
med' witk wide raffle of en
broidory, regalar 36e gar-
meafe; Week- Q
Bed Special ., dt
EXTRA! EXTRA I
50c Gowns, 35c
A fiauted quantity of ams
hn night gowns witk high
seek and long sleeves,
trimmed wifk cluster tncks
and Torehoa lace, splendid
We values; Extra Special
tomorrow, aatfl OP
gme ..,.. ... OOC
$125 Gowns, 89c
Hew sight gowns, just ia,
-Made f heavier grades of
nmsfiB, high seek and long
atoovoc, trimmed with lace
aad eaabroider-f. Regular
values to $1.26; Introduc
tory Special to- oq
swnvw .... Oi7C
"Viola' brand union suits, medium
weight, made from pore white
maeo cotton, fleece lined. They
are high seek, with long sleeves,
and ankle leagsn. Superior gar
ments in every way and made to
sett fcJS; Week- ftf
End Extra Special... i,uu
HAIRNETS Invisible hair
nets, worth 5c each; Extra Spe
cial tomorrow, six for 20c; or
39c per dozen.
French Cooney 'Muffs
and Scarfs $3. 95 each
Tomorrow we offer an extra value in
furs. These are French cooney muffs
and scarfs, in black and brown. The
scarfs are shaped, are trimmed with
animal heads and tails and satin,
lined. The muffs are the large pil
low style and are also satin lined.
Any muff or scarf in -j g r
the showing is an ext9 fJ
tra value for w - w
A Few $10 Suits Left
We have still a few suits to
close out at $10.00. These
suits are values to $30.00;
now on sale at $10.00.
Corduroy Skitrs $1. 95
; Tomorrow, as aa Extra. Speeial, we
offer corduroy skirts for only $1.95.
These skirts are made of good qual
ity velvet eorduroy, in navy and
brown. They are plain tailored mod
els, high waist effect, with patch
pocket and self covered buttons. To
morrow only, as an fr-i QJ
Extra Special, at pl.i70
' Millinery Section
Offers Many Remarkable
rHE millinery values for tomof
row, on the Mezzanine Floor,
are unusually. attractive we believe
about the most attractive Saturday
effers We have made this season.
$3.50 Street Hats 95c
Satin finished felts, in various styles
and all colors, worth regularly $3 .50,
are a Week-End Millinery QC
Speeial at iOC
Felt Shapes at 75c
Tomorrow we offer 50 untrhnmed
felt shapes, in all colors, 7E
worth regularly $1-50, at. lOC
Sale of Sample Fisk and
Gage Shapes at $3.98
One of toe most remarkable offers of
the season so far is the $3.98 spatial
in untrinuned shapes from- our pur
chase of Fisk and Gage samples.
These shapes are made of the very
finest imported beavers, velours, ete
and are worth up to $15.00; . on
Waists and Shirts
White crepe shirts, with soft eoHar and
cuffs, pocket, regular price $1.25;
Week-End Special 95c
Flannelette shirts, made of Arnold's fa
mous flannelette, plain and striped, reg
ular price $1.50; Week-End Speeial. .95c
Colored madras shirts, regular price
$1.25; Week-End Special 86c
Tailored linene waists, with pleated and
embroidered frosts, regular price $1.00;
Week-End Special 76c
Waists and shirts made of madras and
gingham, sold regularly for 76c; Week
End Special 39c
Silk tissue skirts, white ground with
colored hairline stripe, these are $2&0
garments; Week-End Special $1.45
Dainty lingerie waists, made of striped
voile, trimmed with crystal buttons,
have new stock eollar of pique and sflk
combined. These are $3.00 waists;
Week-End Speeial $1.95
$5.00 Silk Waists $2.95
A splendid lot of waists, made of chif
fon, taffeta and other silf(s. A wide
variety of models to select from high
neck, long slaves, low neck, short
sleeves, etc Lace trimmed, embroid
ered and self trimmed. Values in the lot
up to $5.00; you have
choice tomorrow for & On
$6.75 Black Silk Waists
Waists of black duff on taffeta, cluster
tucked, &ith high neck and three-quarter
sleeves, a value up .
to $6J5- WkBnd $ O QJ
Special .: .... &3
Chiffon Waists $6.75
We have just received, and will show
tomorrow, the newest chiffon waists.
Your attention is called to the unusual
color eombmations seen in these waists.
At this price, $C76, we are also showing
a variety of the fashionable navy blue
White House Coats
$9.95 and $11.50
In coats at these prices $9.95 and
$11.50 we are offering values that
simply cannot be equaled elsewhere
in El Paso. At these prices we show
both "Johnny" and full length coats
in earacul, reversible fabrics', Scotch
tweeds, diagonals, polo cloth and nov
elty coatings. They come in all sizes,
from 14 to 44. See them tomorrow.
Full Lined Norfolk
Every Hi-School girl wants a red
Norfolk coat, and here it is at an at
tractive price. These coats are made
of red French flannel, with belt of
same material, and are full lined
with sateen. Speeial
We now have a complete line of 1913 cal
endars, suitable for Christmas and other
gifts. Prices range 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c and
up to $1.00.
Week-End Extra Specials
25c Handkerchiefs, 3 for 50c
Strictly all-linen, embroidered corner
and lace edged handkerchiefs, sold
regularly for 25c each; Week-End
Extra Special 20c cadi,, Rflf
or 3 for 3vC
15c Linen Handkerchiefs, 10c.
Strictly all-linen initial handker
chiefs, worth regularly 15c each;
Week-End Extra -ja
(Limit one dosen)
5c Handkerchiefs. 35c Dozen.
Full size linen finished lrandkerehiefs,
worth regularly oe each; Week-End
Extra Special, "IJE.
. (Limit one dosen)
Week-End Glove Specials
Wrist length gkwe kid gloves, in
black, white and all staple colors;
our'special price, OQ
Natural chamois gloves, wrist length,
two clasps, worth regularly $1.00
pah-; Week-End 7E1
16-buttoa length kid gloves, ia black,
white and tan; our J -1 7 C
special price, pair tj5 1. . 3
$1.50 Kid Gloves $1.00
Wrist length French kid gloves, an
odd lot of colors and sises, these are
all regular $1.60 gloves, you have
choice tomorrow A-a ff
TXE offer special val
vv ues m sweater coats
at $1.49, $2.50,
$2,75, $3.50, $3.95
Ia corsets priced $1.00 we are now
showing ovr 20 different models.
At this price we carry Warner's,
Royal Worcester and C-B a la
Spirit three splendid brands. If
$1.00 is the 'price yon usually pay
for your corset, you will he de
lighted with the selection offered
For the Stout Woman
We have a new corset for stout
women. This is the "W. B. FJas-
tine Rednso" and works wonders
for the stout figure.
Week-End Hose Specials Week-End Extra Specials
$130 SSk Hose. 95c.
Black, white and colored silk hose,
some having lisle sole and garter top,
valves to $1-50 per pair: AP
Week-End Special iOC
(Limit two pair)
Extra! 25c Extra!
Oorietta Silk Hose 19c
50 doaaa pair medium weight, fast
black "Qloriette" silk cotton hose,
worth regularly 36c pair; Extra
Special toatorrow only 1A
(Limit six pair)
la addition to the above apeeiate, we
call attention to ear splendid assort
ments of dependable hosiery priced
2Se and 36c a pair.
$2.00 Robespierre Ruffs, $1.19.
As aa Introdnetory Special tomor
row, we offer Robespierre neck ruffs,
made of mescaline and marine. The
regular price for these raffs is $2.00;
speeial tenor- - IA
50c Fan Chains, 29c.
The newest fan chains, 5 inches long,
in gold, silver and gun meiaL set
with torpedo and Toll pearl beads, 50c
values; Week-End Extra nft
$6.00 Mesh Bags, $4.95.
German silver unbreakable mesh
bags, skeleton frame, in sizes up to
six inches, values up to $6.00;
Extra Special tomorrow
"No-Rub" collar supporters, r
price 25c a card; Week-EwT
A feature for tomorrow is the special
demonstration of "May Garden" per
fume, toilet realet and face poder and
Rikers celebrated fotfcf preparations.
We extend a cordial invitation to every
one to attend this demonstration.
$1.50 Hand Bags, $1.00.
Angora goat seal hand bags, large
and small shapes, values to $1.50;
Hand Bags, $3.95.
Genuine seal hand bags, with leather
covered frame and leather lined;
We are showing .the aew wrist strap
Evening Scarfs, 50c
Dainty evening scarfs, in pompadour
,aad Dresden designs, full two yards
"fang wtth hemstitched ends; p?
Week-feid Special OlfC
For Men Only
Toatorrow eevning we offer
aa Extra Speeial FOR MEN
ONLY. We do this to intra-'
duee our Toilet Goods Sec
tion to the men of EI Paso.
75c bottles Ed Piaaud's
Lilac de France Vegetal;
special tomorrow night (7
to 9) to men only
$1.00 Kimonos. 75c
Long kimonos of Serpentine erepe.
Come in pink, light blue, purple, navy,
Mack and Copenhagen with Persian
border. They are our regular $1.00
kimonos; Week-End pfC.
$2.50 Pierrot Collars, $139.
Pierrot collars of fine net and lace,
combined with black velvet ribbon,
regular price $2.50; Ex- Afl QQ
tra Special tomorrow pA.O
iti i sfc W ; i kti&l m i fci 3
A Ne Petticoat.
We have a new petticoat, made of
PRISCILLA SATEEN. These petti
coats come in gray, navy, brown, rose
and black. Have deep fancy flounce
and dust raffle. Extra value Q c
Wee-End Extra Specials.
59c Parisian ivory handled nail files ;
Week-End Extra Speeial 36c
Parisian ivory nail buffers, worth
$1.25; Week-End Extra Special.. 96c
5 -inch Parisian ivory hand mirrors,
with ring handle, worth regularly
$1.95; Week-End Extra Special. $1.28
IN THE WANT ADS
Iaqairies eC All Clmm en Are Ma4e Sally
1b Thee Celtraas That Lead to
Bargains far Maay.
These were in The Herald want ads
"Wanted A Spanish teacher for a
higfc school "
"To buy A good SOO or 800 pounds
"A competent solicitor for tailored
"By a chauffeur, of five years' ex
perience, a position."
"A plumber wants a basement for a
shop close to business center"
These glimpses give an idea of the
variety of want ads which appear In
The Herald every day. A nurse elrl
wjio speaks English and a boy with a
wheel for delivery work are sought,
also 'an experienced milker and a Mex
ican tailor. Rewards are offered -or
a string of gold beads lost Wednes
day night and for a purse. A bachelor
girl wants a companion and offers to
share a furnished flat with a healthy,
refined young woman. Two automo
biles are listed in the "Too Late to
Classify" as for sale at bargain prices.
Here is a fact which ought to drill
in and stick. Of the two pages given
ever to the classified columns in The
Herald five days each week with a
substantial overflow Saturday, two
thirds of the space Is occupied by ad
vertisements that are reported day in
and 'day out. f bis means that results
are apparent, else a cancellation would
be ordered. The first service of the
want ads is to fill quickly a suddenly
developed need. But the people read
them, 70,060 people each day, and po
tential buyers who develop into actual
buyers make Herald classified ads prof
itable Telephone your ad to The Her
ald. The cost for one Insertion is two
bits, and it's less per day longer.
BRYANT IS GIVEN
VERDICT FOR $5000
T. C. Bryant, plaintiff in the suit
against the Atchisoa, Topeka & Santa
Fe Railway companv. which was on trial
in the 34th district court, was awarded
a verdict by the jury of $5000. The
verdict was brought in by the jury Fri
hy morning, after it had been out all
night, the case having gone to the jury
at 5 oclock Thursday afternoon. The
plaintiff sued for $30,000. a'leged to
have been the amount of damage be sua
tamed by the reason of a train of that
company injuring him in the local yards
of the company.
CUNT PEOPLE ASK
A VOTE ON SALOONS
Residents of Clint, Texas, wish an
election on local option. A petition
signed by a number of citizens of the
town has been presented to the court
of county commissioners asking that an
election be called to determine whether
or not the town shall oe without sa
loons. There are now two saloons in
Clint. The commissioners will act up
on the petition on Monday.
SON OP WASHINGTON
BANKER DIES AT FORT
DAMAGE SUIT IS TRIED
FOR THE SECOND TIME
For the leeocd time the ease of J. R.
Cummings, who is suing the El Paso Ice I KtahI,iton" Va" where funeral will
and Refrigerator company lor $10,000
for the loss of the sight of one of his
Father Comes on Special Car and Ar
rives Shortly Before Corporal John
D. Walter Dies.
Corporal John D. Walter, 25 years of
age, a member of the 13th United States
cavalry, died at the Fort Bliss hospital
Thursday night after suffering for a
short time from typhoid fever.
Learning of his son's serious Illness,
Frank Walter, a millionaire, of Wash
ington, D. C, and president of the First
National bank of that city, came to El
Paso in & special private car Thursday
night, arriving just before his son's
death. He left in his special car with
the body of bis son Friday morning for
Unf 1 COMPANY
BEST GOODS AT THE LEAST PRICE.
PURE LARD Rose Brand .... . .Wo. 3, 45c; No. 5, 75c; No. 10, $1.45
19 lbs. Sugar $1.00 12 lbs. Spuds 25c
LEVY'S BEST FLOUR 24 lb. Sack, 90c; 48 lb. Sack $1.75 j
DEFIANCE BRAND FLOUR 24 lb. Sack, 75c; 48 lb. Sack, $1.45
BACON AND HAMS SOLD AT LOWEST MARKET VALUE.
Send in Your Orders by Mail and We Will Treat You Right.
204-206 E. Overland St
eyes in an accident, aiieeed to have oc
curred when he was in the employ of
that company, is on trial in the 34th
district court. The plaintiff was injured
over a year ago when a niece ot stel
struck him in the eye. The first rrial
of the case resulted in the urv not be
ing able to reach a verdict.
llOOSBVEIr MOTOItS IMTO
CTW YORK CITY
New York N. Y., Nov. 8. CoL Roose
velt motored to New York from Oyster
Bay and visited his editorial office for
the first time since he was shot He
said that he had adopted a policy of
silence and had no further commerft to
make on the election. He was feeling
fine, he said, and bad almost forgotten
there was a ballet in his chest.
Owing to the early departure of Mr.
Walter, no military escort was given
the remains from Fort Bliss.
Corset Waists for Juniors.
For young girls we carry ItV.
Sheathlyne Corset Waists: Priced
New Brassieres 50k.
We havo recently rreajwd, .and
will show tomorrow, new styles in
Inheres. Prlae OUC
NEW ELASTIC BELTS" in
black, navy and' gray; priced 50c
75c 95c, $1.25 and $130.
From the New Season 's Offerings
rHE new Fall shipments of good things to eat
are practically complete. From among the
many, we mention the following:
Sunkist Dried Fruits
Dried fruits will form an important item in the dafty
bill of fare if you will only be wise and select the
"Sunkist" brand, which We sell We offer the fol
lowing in Sunkist Dried Fruits:
FANCY PRUNES. FANCY APRICOTS.
FANCY PEA CHES. FANCY PEARS.
New California Walnuts. Ne Shdled Vatenaa Almonds.
Ne Soft Shell Almonds. Net Shelled Jumbo Almonds.
Net Brazil Nuts. New Shelled Pecans.
New Filberts (Naples) Golden Dates.
Imported Smyrna Figs.
The Delicatessen Department
In addition to the regular appetizing bill of fare in
the Delicatessen Department, we note the following
Smoked White Fish and Finnan Haddies
New Norway Mackerel at 3 for 25c
. (The medium sizeat 2 for25c).
In fact, in both the Delicatessen and Grocery Depart
ments you will always find everything that the new
season has brought out
fffi i frKF
tL Fresh Walnuts,
Everything Fresh This Season
Fresh Braxil Nuts.
per lb , ....
per lb ...!
Fresh Mince Meat,
Fresh N. S. Mince Meat,
2 pkgs. for
Trash QpakefrOat, -
2 pkgs. tor faulr
Fresh Avondale Oats, . ig
I rK - IOC
Fresh Cream of Wheat, Off-
2 pkgs. for OOC
Fresh Post Tavern, OEr
2 pkgs. for ....ttDC
Fresh Grape Nuts, K
2 pkgs. for OC
Fresh Corn Flakes, ftj"
3 pkgs. for OC
Fresh Post Toasties, ' OC.
3 pkgs. for . &QC
Freak Hominy Gritts, C
2 pkgs. for .- tOC
Try the New Steel Cat Ambassador and Preside Coffee.
AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR
24 POUNDS $1.00
Or for Highland Park.
Phone 1C and 1W2.
Phone 658 or 1
34TH PISTJUCT COURT.
Saa M. Jackson. Pressing:. ,
T. C. Brant v Atcfetson.. Topeka fc
Santa Fe Hallway company, salt for
.!....... AAA. a.. m '
J. R. Cunningham vs El Paso Ice
Refrigerator company, suit for dam
ages on trial.
41ST DISTRICT COtRT.
A. X. Walthall, PreaMias.
H. B. Stevens vs Galveston, Harris
burg & San Antonio Railway company,
suit for a reviaionary interest; on
Arthur A. Kline . Co. offer the fol
Sevresware, Capo di Monte ware, art
and antique goods, old silverware jew
elry. 33 1-3 percent.
Navajo blankets, 25 percent.
Brass goods, 30 percent.
Paintings, 50 percent
Indian goods, 25 percent.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
MRS. MELISSA LYOXS.
Mrs Melissa Lyons, aged about 54
tars, died at Tacoma, Wash., on Thurs
day. The body is being brought to EI
Paso for interment in the family plot in
Evergreen cemetery and It Is expected
that the funeral will be held Monday.
Mrs. Lyons had been visiting her
daughter. Miss Jessie Lyons, a teacher
in the Puget Sound university at Ta
coma, at the time of her death. Miss
Lons is bringing the body to Bl Paso.
Besides Miss Jessie Lyons she is sur
vived by Miss Nellie Lyons and Mrs.
L C. Pew. of El Paso, and H. G. Lyons,
or Jamestown, N. Y.
MRS. MELISSA LYONS.
Mrs Melissa Lyons, mother of Mrs.
Ed W. Pew, died in Tacoma, Wash. The
lemains are being brought to El Paso
for interment in the family plot in Ev
ei green cemetery. Mrs. Lyons left here
in the early summer to join her daugh
ter, who is teaching Knglish in the uni
versity of Puget Sound at Tacoma. She
was suddenly stricken on Monday last.
Oaly One "BK03IO QUININE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of J W.
GROVE Cures a Cold in One I"a.
Full meisure, Cuies Grip in Two Cd3. J5c. Adv.
COUNTY COT. XT.
lA. S. J. Kylar. PreAltHB.
Frank Want charged with carry
ing a pistol: complaint filed.
Patrick Mullaly, charged with being
a delinquent child; acquitted by jury.
R. B. XcCllBteck, Presiding.
T. H. Rogers vs Herbert Brunner,
sequestration suit; filed.
Monte Haley, charged with being a
fugitive from justice; complaint fJed.
Burton Lingo company vs P. A. Pare
des, debt and garnishment suit for
Th Two-RepiibBcs Lif elnsarance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS ,
A. fcRAKAUEK. President.
Good men wanted to sell poMeies thai gjmimatee
C. R. RUSEKLL,
Snpt. of Agents.
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Seety. and Ge Jnfcr.
MONTE HALE ARRESTED
ON CINCINNATI COMPLAINT
Monte Haley was arrested by the
police Thursday and released on a $500
bond. The arrest of Haley was made
by the police at the instance of a letter
addressed 10 police chief L N. Davis
from police chief William Copelan. of
Cincinnati, O. The Cincinnati chief
wrote chief Davis that Haley was
wanted in that city on a charge of ha -ing
obtained money under false pre
tenses In that he secured $38 from
Frank Tenpen for a suit of clothes, and
failed to deliver the suit. Haley
was engaged here in the tailor
ing business about two years ago and
m well I.nottn He de larpv tlMt tlure
is no ground for the complaint.
ANNUAL STKIKE OF
Western Untoa Boys Strike for a Sfct
Ciwt Met ia Fkmecr Ptaaa and
r.a Buk to Their Jobs. i
A strike, with all of Its attending
threats of personal violence, boycott
and lockouts, occured Friday afternoon
when the Western Union messenger
boys struck for what they thought
were their rights. According to the
blue uniformed boys, the 10 cents
which the WesternUnion had been
allowing them for delivering messages
further than 15 blocks, had been cut
off and they were compelled to make
these long trips for two cents, the
price of a closeln delivery. Because of
this they struck, and messages were
delivered In the business district by
telegraph operators, clerks and other
employes of the company, it 1b said.
The striking messenger boys met in
Pioneer plaza, discussed their grievence
with a self selected strike leader, re
ceived reports from the office and
finally agreed to return, with the
promise that their 1 cents for "spe
cials" would be given them. A mounte-J
cop then cleared the plaza and the an
nual messenger Doy ine wj , ,
L. C. Hill, supervising engineer of the j
reclamation service, accompaniea Dy nis
famil, will .return to Phoenix. Ariz..
Saturday evening. He was here for a
conference with th Water Users'
The Perfection Broom
Ask Yoar Dealer ta Shaw Toa a
Rio Grande (???) Brawn
P. 0. Box 829. Batt 1240
Rio Grmnde Broom Co.
All Work Goraateed.
We give gas for extraetioa.
203 Trust Bid .
Mar Chew, Proprietor,
will open Sunday, November Srd, a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
3rill. Entrance through mala dining
Is not recommended for
everj thing, but If jou
have kidney, liver or
bladder trouble It will
be found just the remedy you need. At
druggists in fifty cent and dollar
sizes. You may have a sample bottle
of this wonderful new discovery by
rrail free aNo pamohlet telling- ill
ihout it. ddress, Dr Kilmer & Co.
Binijhamton, N. i. Adcrtisemcnt.
Greer's Electric Garage
v te their new hulnsfng.
36 N. Kansas, Nv. 1.
We have an expert battery man
uptodate equinment Ml work sruir
acteed Phoae 19tt