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EL PASO HEBAXD
8 Friday, Xovember 8 ,1912.
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
Tomorrow, Saturday Morning, We Will Begin Our Great
Free Embre'id
ery Lesseas
For jfea skildren,
Saturdays from 9
to 22 a. m.
(3rd Floor)
Sale of Trimmed Hats at Half Price!
The entire Stock of Trimmed and Tailored Hats enters into this sale, embracing late
models of Gage, Fisk, Castle and Virot productions and imported pattern hats.
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Regular 1 I
Prices K III
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$7.50 im mSTX I
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$12.50 iPI I
$28.87 feSfe 1 111
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$31.87 Ikli 1 II
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$34.12 XOi4ML 7 ll
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$4m)
$4.95
Regular
Prices
This sale will present the greatest economies of the year Take your pick of the entire
stock at just one half of the regular marked price !
$1.00 HATS
Now ..
50c
$2.00 HATS
Now
$1.00
$7.50 HATS
Now
.75
$15.00 HATS
Now
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II Bllfl C
; i' fM oa
jOV HorP7J Values
iHf 'A i vV yard .
nf T Vfl a
ui" imba m?m pit
3rtAV 25c
- 'i iilim fe
l!lJSA dered
am MM W 36 IK.
i IS' IS J In all
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$3.00 HATS
Now
$1.50 J i
$10.00 HATS
Now
$5.00
$25,00 HATS
Now
$5.00 HATS
New
$2.50
$12.50 HATS
Now
$6.25
$35.00 HATS
Now
Continued Sale of Suits, Wraps and Costumes !
"I Off fllA - Evening Wraps, Goiwis and Costumes regularly marked at $42.50
JL 9 and upward, one-quarter off the regular prices on all coal suits marked
3 price at $35.00 and upward.
$42.50 COSTUMES &QQ QK
1-3 Off, now $0.3D
$47.50 COSTUMES d1 nn
1-3 Off, now -. . .$& 1 O
$52.50 COSTUMES qCAA
1-3 Off, now pOO,UU
g!!... $43.38
And so on up to the highest priced models at $75.00 $85.00 to $150,
$35.00 COAT SUITS
1-4 Off, now
$38.50 COAT SUITS
1-4 Off, now
$42.50 COAT SUITS
1-4 Off, now..
$47.50 COAT SUITS
1-4 Off, now
turday Sale of
Beautiful Ribbons
to 40c, at, tbe
25c
superb assortment of dainty nov
v asd Dresden natterns. and plain
shades in the desired wide widths.
aai 35c VEILINGS in.
pretty nets and lee bor- Ju
styles, Ml colors. y
CHIFFON VEttlNG
shades, wide striped C Q
border, yard J&
The late styles in Dainty Neckwear are shown here in profusion era
bracing every new Robespierre effect of this season's designing, at a
price to please you 25c up to $2.54).
h&i 5w5Qte3sSf
After 6 Specials
These items will be sold at the
price quoted between tbe hours
of 6 and 9 p. m. only. . ,
Colgate's 26c Antiseptic Tooth
Powder, with a special cake of
Cashmere Bouquet - A
Soap botii for IDC
Limit One.
Colgate's 25c Shaving Stick, in
nickeled -14
Limit One.
10c Tube Daggett Kamsdell's
CoW ' E
Cream wv
limit Two.
75c Bottle Idalia Toilet Water,
Hose and Violet og
Odors, at 5QC
Limit One.
WAGE EARNERS'
SPECIAL!
Black Sateen and Cheviot
Work Shirts, regular on
50c S to 9 p.'m OVC-
$3.50 Heal Doeskin Gloves, 16
but. length, 3 clasp at wrist,
in natural color; 0 PQ
Saturday only . . . i& O J
I $1.50 to $2 Muslin Gowns at 79c . Bon- clothing way below cost
T Boys' Nobby Wool and Winter Weight Sujts in broken
sizes from 4 up to 17 years at less than the actual cost.
Were it not for this special purchase of a great quantity Boys' $5.50 Suits, now $3.95 Boys' ?5.95 Suits, now $3.95
of these beautiful gowns at a time when the maker wanted Boys' f 650 Suits, now $4.85 Boys' $7.50 Suits, now $5.45
the money, we would not be able to make this price. The Boys SM Suits, bow $6.50 Boys' $9.50 Suits, now $6.50
lection to choose from in both lace and embroidery trim- BO'YS TROUSERS IN TWO LOTS AS FOLLOWS
med styles-Saturday special, 79c. ?1 M afid ?1g 1 5Q and $1 ?5
New Models-Majestic Corsets $1, $1.50, $2 PaB8 oyc pnta yc
J ' ' y ?2.00 and 2.50 Pants $1.39
Most reasonably prked-A complete assortment of all the S5"48to117BsEngli8h miXtmeS' Ser?6S and ""P0
new models in extreme low or high bust and long skirts.
nonrust boning and strongly made Let our fitter select Boys' Fine Hats, ( ! Boys' Fine Hats, A Q
a suitable model for your particular figure. worth to $2.50, 'at.. 9 A worth to $1.50, at. . frO C
lOff the
4 Price
28.87
31.87
34.12
00. .
Have You a Little Fairy
In Your Home ?
FAIRIES haoe feet just like other people, so
particular attention shpuld he paid to jilting
her feet. This is just the kind of attention We pay.
We want to impress on parents that our stock of chil
dren's shoes is one of the most complete and corefully
selected in El Paso. Also, that our prices are the
most reasonable.
WE not only show all wSc Bovekies' m children's shoes, bat the
sturdy kmd that give long wear. All the seasoa's best styles w
patent, dull leathers, taas, velvets, white backs, cravanets, etc, at
prices ranging from $1.50 to $3.50.
Good stout school shoes for both boys and gkk at prices ranging
from $1.00 to $2.50.
V
Boys Elkskin Shoes at prices varying from $1.75 to $2.50
Let your next pair of children's shoes be the HAJ.
kind.
The fcJSEy OrL
Windows &tiritomMzWk,'uJn& Filled.
204 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Charming Models itf Chiffon
Waists at
Ordinarily, these would be thought a great value at $7.50 a brilliant
assortment of dainty styles, in all the new colors, tastefully trimmed
with shadow laces ami rkh silks In Robespierre effects.
"OPERA" WAISTS-
Values to $6 JO, d0 f(
A great, special gathering of these beautiful waists, in
silks, nets, voiles and lingerie. In high, or low seek
long or short sleeves, ami silk madras shirts in charming
designs. Only one and two of a kind else the price
would Ijp $5.00 to $6.50. All sizes.
LINGERIE WAISTS--
Values to $2.00. 7lT
at , 79c
A very special value for Saturday selling. Dainty, pret
ty styles in embroidered and lace trimmed waists, with
high necks and long sleeves or short sleeves and low
neck. A great counter full. These special values will
be sold all day Saturday 2nd Floor.
SILK KIMONOS at
A great choice of
handsome, rich kimo
nos, worth $7.50.
PERSIAN SHAWLS
79c
45x46 inch Silk and
Wool Persian Shawls,
worth $1.50.
Mea's 75c Outing Gowns
rSpe-cial
50c
Women's Unions at
59c
75c.
All
neat
colors
de-to
sizes in
and
please.
Men's Coat Sweaters
Saturday
Special .
A very heavy grade, in
grey and grey with blue
or red band.
In gray nataral and white a regular 75c
ttton.
garment, in close ribbed 'fleeced
29c
$1.75
Men's Silk Socks
Begular 50c and
Saturday
Special
Men's Silk Ties
Values to $1.00. Zf
Saturday Special O J C
Men's Lenox Shirts
Regular $1.25. QP
Saturday Special J? O C
Men's Union Suits
Regular $1.25. QQ
Saturday Special Ol
Men's Sweaters,
Sweater Coats
aad Jerseys
Are shown in an ex
cellent choice of the
season's most desired
styles and colorings,
at .a price to please
you, from 98c up "to
$250.
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EWS
BREVITIES
(Advertisement.)
Trala Bulletin.
Due tr a wreck on tbe Rock Island
road, the Golden State Limited, due in
KI Paso at 3.50 p. m., and train No. St,
due here at 7:40 p. m-, on the El Paso
& Southwestern railroad, are reported
eight hours late: G.H. train No. 1. due
in Kl Paso at 7:30 p. m., islreported run
ning 30 minutes late.
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Bell 651-2144. '
Casey Trial Set.
John P. Casey, Jr., indicted for mur
der in connection with- the death of
William J. Amberson. on Aug. 3. will
be arraigned for trial for the 'second1
time in the 34th district court on that
charge on Dee. 4. When brought up
for trial at the last term of the district
court the defendantjwas granted a con
tinuance. A special venire of 260 men
hab been ordered for the trial of the
case.
Dr. Xettfe SaMerlce, osteopath. SOS
American Bank Bldg., phone 14t
Old Offteera Reelected.
Fort Davis, Tex, Nov. 9. All of. the
old officers of Jeff Davis county have
been reelected.
Dr. JaraleKsn, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; SIS Mills Bldg
Dr. J. H. Paet, dentist, 601-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg, phone 1650.
New Line for Reno.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. S. Repre
sentatives of tbe Western Pacific rail
road announced here that an agree
ment had been reached with the Ne-vada-Callfornla-Oregon
Railroad com
pany which would give the Western
Pacific its long sought entry into Reno.
Needing; Clausen? See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
central and northern union confer
ences of Seventh Day Adventists is in
session here.
Dr. A. T. Still Onteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira, W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
Dr. JeHes, feet specialist. Mills Bldg.
Sentence Sailors to Death.
Sebastopol. Russia, Nov. S. The na
vel court has sentenced 17 sailors to
death and 106 to imprisonment for
eight years at hard labor for instigat
ing mutinies in the Russian fleet.
Fer benHe ivlrlng; and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Garrett, diseases of stomach and
intestines, removed to 403-4 Roberts
Banner building.
Adventists In Session.
College View. Neb., Nov. 8. A Joint
convention of the educational and mis
sionary volunteer departments of the
I am not responsible for any accounts
that have been caused by E. M. Giron
from two years ago up to date, and will
not paySny accounts cansed by him
hereafter. Caspar Giron.
San Elizario, Texas.
high sea and heavy rain interrupted
4he work of transferring the passen
gers to ships sent to the,- stranded
steamer's assistance.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Roses Dlooralng in Plaza.
Some little winter resort this. Roses
are blooming in San Jacinto plaia on
the raised rose garden which is sur
mounted by the McGinty cannon. Sink
and red roses are blooming in the p!aa
as if it was not winter in the north.
Dr. R. M. Ratllf f, dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 204-5-6, Caples Bldg.
!
Send "VVlrelcus SSOO Miles.
San Diego. Cat. Nov. 8. Messages
were exchanged last night by the navy
wireless station on Point Loma and the '
bipr new navy station at Arlington, Va., '
approximately saw nines across coun
try, xne signals were unusually dis
tinct, say the local operators.
To Onr Cnnlomer.
When our phone, No. 36, Is busy,
please call 210.
Held Bros., Coal and Weed.
)r. Anna Ileum, Buckler Bldg.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 228 Mesa Ave.
Dig Liner is Still Aground.
Quebec, Can., Nov. 8. With 50Ateer
age passengers and her crew still on
board, the Canadian' Northern steamer
Royal George remains fast where she
went aground tone mile east of Point
St Lawrence. A northeasterly gale
was blowing 50 miles an, hour and a
Dr. RoliinNon. disease of ahildren, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 Bl Paso street
Police CommUnion Meets.
For the purpose of appointing addi
tional men as members of the police
department, the police commission is
scheduled for a meeting Friday after
noon. ,
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texax Electrical Supply
Ce, 119 N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Indicted on Burglary Charge.
The grand jury returned an Indict
ment Thursday afternoon against Frank
Collins, charging him with burglary.
Dr. Prcntbts, diseases of stomach, in
testines, liver, 515 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
SCHOOL IIOV ACCUSED OF
FiniNG PISTOL NEAR SCHOOL
Upon coming out of the Beall nchool
after the elosina- of the rlaaus Thnn.
day afternoon. It was said that Frank ,
tvcuiL, a. iuijii at Liiai scnoQi, arew a
pistol and fired it several times in the
air. He was arrested by the police and
docketed at the station on a charge of
discharging firearms within the city
limits, also for carrying a pistol. The
latter charge wjs filed against him in
tbe county court, and he was trans
ferred to the county JaiL
WHEN YOU V vjl
CAN BUY Y' 1 M
j "THE BE.ST" &r
1 WHY TAKE
"JU-ST A'S' fkj
GOOD" E
A ?N. "
J N K IP &
aCrki C
so often told "TKs
bread is just as good as
Buster Browa."
If such was the case our
business would sot be
constantly increasing and
the occasional customer
who tries tbe "Juet as
good" kind would not reiura to our
dealers and say "Buster Browa,
LltCdSC
It is mighty hard to improve on per
fection. BUY BUSTER BROWN
THB PHRFHCT LOAF"
When you buy feretfd wrapped in waxed
uaner. be sure that "Buster Brown" is
printed on it
FOR SALK BV ALL GROCKRS.
BAKING
COMPANY
Parity Pastrie
Are Best
3&gg
STANSEL TO BK WITVKSS
AGAINST HAROLD CL1FTOX
Jesse C. Stansel, chief 'of the city i e
tective department, will leave Saturday
night en route K San Antonio, Tex.,
where he goes as a witness in the case
against Harold C.ifton. alias
Carrier, alias Barron. vho is '
in that city with swindling. The de
fendant was ar. e. (
Stansel on March 30 on advices from
the San Antonio authorities.
Southwestern FHel Co. Full measure.
See Central Market Co.'s Ad., page 5.
Southwestern Fwel Co. Full measure.
Southwestern Fuel Co. Full measure,
REVIVAL OF CATTLE
IMPORTS EXPECTED
Mexican Cattle Belag Driven Overland
While Mexlean Railroads Are
OHt ef Ceramlttsien.
Several shipments of cattle are ex- I
pecieu irom .Mexico wumn une next
week or two. Now that the rebels are
reported to have moved south of Casas
Grandes, but little trouble is being ex
perienced in moving the cattle to the
border overland.
J. J. Brooks, of the firm of King and
Brooks, has gone to Madera to attempt
"i round up cattle for shipment to 1
Paso.
K. D. Musgrave is going to the Fred
enco ranch, in Chihuahua, to bring up
several head.
Tbe Pitman Cattle company, which
brought in 264 cows and calves on
Wednesday, sold them to Edward
Knorr, of Grangerville. Idaho, and he
will ship them to that point
The Southwestern stockyards are al
most filled with cattle brought in by
John T. Cameron on Wednesday.
Boyd and Booker brought in about
2000 head at Columbus and expect sev
eral more within the next few days.
Cattle shipments to the east are de
layed because there are several buyers
in this section and the importers of
stock are anxious to dispose of the
cattle here If possible while the mar
ket is sure.
LEA TO BE GRAND
MASTER FOR A DAY
In Appelated in Order That He May
Prcvde at Masonic Cerneratene
, Laying Tbankjislvlnir Day.
T. C. Lea, past master of the El Paso
Masonic lodge, has been appointed
grand master of the state for one daj
in order that he may preside at the lay
ing of the cornerstone for the Masonic
temple on Thanksgiving afternoon.
?rand master Sam P. Cochran, of Dal
las, was unable to come to El Paao for
the cornerstone laying and the official
appointment of Mr. Lea was received
at the Masonic lodge office Friday
morning.
JBWELUY STORE; NOT CIGARS.
The cigar store on the east side ot
the Sheldon hotel building has been
removed and the room refitted for a
jewelry company.
"WILL ASS AID OF
COMMERCE CHAMBER
Canvass to Be Made fer Fonda to Se
cure Additional Riga, ef Way fer
Valley Interarban.
The chamber of commerce ts to be
asked to assist in obtaining the re
maining right of way of the tatemrbait
line down the valley. A committee com
posed of J. A. Smith, Winchester Cooley
and Frank R. Tobin- was appointed at
the meeting held Thursdnr to can an
tbe chamber of commerce and urge the
cooperation of the board of directors
in getting subscriptions with which to
obtain the remaining tracts of land
for the right of way".
The chamber of commerce and in
terurban committees will start a can
vass for enough funds to procure the
additional right of way. Joseph Wood
son has been appointed attorney for the
interarban committee in passing on
tales to the land needed for the right
of way.
Southwestern FHel Co. Full measure.
FIRM FOUNDATION
ethiBg Can ladermlne It In
KI Pace.
People are sometimes slow to recog
nise true merit, and they cannot be
blamed, for so many have been hum
bugged in the past The experience of
hundreds of El Paso residents, ex
pressed publicly through newspapers
and other sources, places Doan's' Kid
ney Pills on a firm foundation here.
D. B. Case . barber. Overland St, KI
Paso, Texas, says: "I use Doan's Kid
ney Pills for a great many years and
they saved me many hours of misery.
They cured me of a very severe attack
of kidney complaint and I know they
will do as good work for other people.
My customers told me about the won
derful cures Doan's Kidney Pills
brought about. It gives me pleasure
to recommend this remedy because I
know it is the best one to be had for
kidnej complaint"
For sale by all dealers. Brice 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.Adv.

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