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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, November 15, 1912
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$2.50 and $3.00
IMMENSE selling this Fall has
resulted in sn accumulation of
Odds & n in our Hat Depart
ment. These Hats are all this
season's styles and colore, but they
are "odd," so we propose to close
them out quickly. Here is how
we de it They aret&5u and $3.50
values You have choice tomorrow
Tailored To Your Measure
By Expert Union Tailors
HAT & CLOTHING CO- J
Take the Elevator and save FIVE.
TAFT CABINET TO
Jfo&e of Then Expects lo Remain la
"W aafclayton New Leaders la the
fecial Life of the Capital.
"Washington, IX C. Nov. 15. What's
to become of president Taffs official
family when the exodus begins March
It makes no difference who comes
with the president-elect, Washington
society will miss & number of families
who have been prominent socially and
officially for a good many years. Prac
tically every member rf the Taft cabi
net will forsake Washington as a place
of residence, and t'e are scores of
minor officials who may be forced,
owing to the exigences of a change in
administration, U take up their resi
Most of tha. members of president
Taffs cabinef have seen more than a
mere f ou- j.are' residence in Washing
ton. The secretary of agriculture is
the dean of this particular set, having
been a cabinet officer for 15 years.
Others lived in Washington before as
suming their present positions.
The secretary of state and Mrs. Knox
probably will make Pittsburg their
winter home after next March. Secre
tary Knox expects to return to the
practice of law, in which he made a
fortune before becoming attorney gen
eral under President McKinley, in 1901.
The secretary of the treasury and
Mrs. MacVeagh will maintain their
home on Sixteenth street as a winter
residence. Mr. MacVeagh will spend a
large part of his time in Chicago, -where
he has business interests.
Secretary of war Stimson will return
to New York, where he will resume the
practice of law. He and Mrs. Stimson
are among the latest additions to cabi
net circles and will leave the capital
after a residence of 2 months.
The attorney general and Mrs. Wick.
ersham also will return to New York.
Mr. Wlckersham goes back to his pri
vate law practice.
Nobody knows just what plans are
SUIT or OVERCOAT
When you sit down to yourTURKEY
dinner and think of the many things
to be thankful for, don't forget the
T.nndan Woolen Mills, the people
who, by their mill-io-man method of
tailoring, have made it possible for
vou to wear "better lookine," better
fitting," "better wearing" clothes for
$15 than could be bought before for
less than $25.00 to $30.00.
You must he satisfied
The "hug" of the neck, the "curve" of
the sleeve, the "drape" of the coat, the
"set" of the trousers must be approved by
you before the garment can be taken out
of our shop.
Please make your selection and leave your
measure as early as possible as Thanks
giving is but a few days off.
Any pattern in the house aad made as
you want it made at our popular
The Original $15 Union Tailors
To Sufferers From
Tour attention is invited to an Eng
lish Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
wonderful success. Its claims have been
investigated and are vouched for by
reputable authorities and the benefits
derived by its users are little short of
marvelous. It is prescribed by Eng
lish physicians. It costs nothing to
investigate and It certainly will well
repay sufferers from tuberculosis, in
any form, to do so.
Inquiries addressed to C 258 Herald
will be promptly answered. Advt.
revolving In the brain of postmaster
general Hitchcock, the bachelor mem
ber of the Taft cabinet. It is known
that Mr. Hitchcock has received -an ac
j ceptable offer to enter business, but he
I is keeping the details to himself It
; is expected, however, that be will leave
Secretary of the navy and Mrs. Meyer,
Who have been extensive entertainers
and leaders in the smart set for the
past five years, will go back to Hamil
ton, Mass.. and Mr. Meyer -will take a
i more active part in the management of
nts ousiness arxairg in .Boston.
The secretary of the interior and Mrs.
Pisher have been identified with the
social and official life of the capital
for only a year, but they, too, will be
missed by a large coterie of friends.
Mr. Fisher will become a Chicago law
yer again next spring.
"Tama Jim" Wilson, who has been
secretary of agriculture under three
presidents or since 1897 has reached
an age whieh entitles him to retire and
; to relinquish all business pursuits. The
venerable secretary, who Is 77 years
old, will spend a part of his time here
after between Washington and the west,
in which latter section he has sons in
The secretary of commerce and labor
and Mrs. Nagel will go back to St.
Camping and Woodcraft
The American Shotgun
Tales of the Untamed
Foot Loose and Free
Rifles and Rifle Shooting
1 Paso Book Co.
204 MILLS ST.
liouls, where the former -will take up
his law practice. Mr. Nagel was re
cently considered for a place on the su
preme bench, which position would have
assured him a lifetime residence in
The foregoing are certain to relin
quish their official positions when the
Democrats come to the capital. In ad
dition, there are quite a few assistant
secretaries and others prominently
identified with the present administra
tion who may be displaced. Their go
ing, however, probably will be more
Blka' Dance Tonight.
Regular monthly danoe tonight Pos
itively none but members admitted.
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rp 0M0RR0W we not only offer you the
A MOST for your money, but each of
t.Tia .cnpnia.ls swlpp.fcAr? rfinrefifiTtts the "BEST.
jffl) No limit on either special Come and get a
75c Neckwear 3 for $1.00
We offer Pure Silk 4 in Hands open ends,
reversible all the new colorings and pat
ternsA regular 75c grade at d j f r
$1.00 Underwear 50c Per Garment
75 Suits of Underwear go at a Special Price
tomorrow. These are separate Shirts and
Drawers. Shirts have sweater neck with
satin lacings. 2 colors to select from. This
underwear is regularly $1.00 per garment.
It goes tomorrow at just Half Price. ? f
Per garment v
Tie WANT to kll sou thai this hoi ea&er k wrf
V going to laL Come m now and select thai sail and
overcoat so you will he ready hen the cold snap comes.
EL PASO THEATER
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S. S. CLEVELAND
Leaving San Francisco Feb. 6
Visit famous Cities and Countries oa &
palatial steamship which rerres as yoor
hotel. ETery hnory and comfort Insured.
110 DAYS $650 and up
iadading all necessary expenses afloat and
ashore, railway, carriages, hotel, goldes,
fees; also railroad fares to and from yoor
home . .
Other Crmtt to tie Ontnt, tie VTett
Jadiea. Panama Canal. Italy and Bant, etc.
Write for iOutirated booklet.
802 Olive St., St. touts. Mo, or Local
ALPINE MAN BUYS
1400 HEAD OF CATTLE
The Pitman Cattle company has
sold to J. A. Pruitt, of Alpine, Texas.
140 head of cattle. These cattle will
be pastured on the Pitman company's
ranch, IS miles east of El Paso.
A shipment of 400 head of native
stock Is expected from Hachita, N. IS.,
by the Pitman company this week.
These are two year olds and steers
and will be offered for sale here.
TONIGHT'S CONCERT PROGRAM
By the 22d U. S. Infantry Band
EL PASO THEATER BEGINS AT 8:15 SHARP
THE BAND wfll play as aaay extra numbers as time will
allow. The extra sumbers will chiefly be of the lighter
popster' sort, "such as ragtime, marches, and musical jokes.
A list of Bumhers frem whieh the extras will he selected k
priated at the ead of the forms! program, though the list does
not aecesearily indicate the order la which the extras may be
played, aor may it he possible to play many of the pieces given
in the list owing to lack of time. The effort will be to please
all tastes and give everyone in the audience an evening of
The Chicago Tribe March ... -.-.-. . . . Chambers
TWO BXTRA XUMBBRS BY'bAND.
t Dance of tke Serpents t.. . . . .Boccalari
Allegretto Movement From Eighth Symphony. . .Beethoven
I EXTRA NUMBER.
VIOLIN SOLO, MISS VIRGINIA, BEAN. '
- . "Soaveair," by Drdta.
Suite Americana Thurban
Bart 1, The Tiger's Tail; Part 2, When Maiindy i
Sings; Part 3, The Watermelon Fete.
TWO EXTRA NUMBERS BX BAND.
BUGLE CALLS OF THE AMERICAN ARMY.
- Prayed by Thre Trumpeters of the 2Sd Infantry, U. S. A
Intermission Three Mmutes.
"Raymond" Overture Ambroise Thomas
PIANO SOLO, MR. FRANCIS MOORE,
Concert Waltz, in D Flat, by Wieniawaki. - '
Orpheus In Hades, Overture Ogenbach
VOCAL SOLO, MR. PARVIN WITTE,
"My Here," From "The Ohoeokte Soldier," AeoompttBied bv
Egyptian Ballet, First Movement Luigini
KEYNOTE TRADE EXCURSION QUARTET,V
"Lullaby and Good Night," by Brahms
American Sketch Myddlelon
The Star Spangled Banner (American National Anthem)
From This List the Extra Numbers Will Be Taken, Thsugh the
Time May Not Permit All Listed to Be Played.
"A Slippery Place" .
"Everybody's Doin It" ,
"Nobody Knows How Dry I Am"
Comic Tattoo v S
American Patrol . -
Spanish Dance, by Moszkowski. .
Negro Cradle Song (By Quartet)
Moonlight m Dixie (With Quartet)-
Proceeds for Benefit of "Save the Babies" Fund of the Woman's Charity
box office 2Scy 50c and 75c
L1TT & DINGWALL'S Production of the Most Popular American Play Ever Written
A Thrilling Picturesque and Romantic Story of Kentucky Life
Written By C. T. Dazey
Trre Spirited and Exciting Horse Race
The Famous Kentucky Thoroughbred, Qanen Bess
The Rollicking Fun of the Inhwtairie Ptetcamnmes
The Strongest and Most Expensive Cast the Play
Has Ever Had
6-KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED H0RSES-6
The Famous Pickaninny Brass Band
SIGN CONCERNS AT
WAR; ARREST MADE
Dispute Between THttle Company and
McClLnleck Company Over Bill
board Space Gets Into Court.
The signpaintera' war between the
TutUe Sign company and the McClin
tocfc Sign company was declared In
earnest Friday morning:, when warrants
for the arrest of W. H. Tut tie, one of
the- owners of the Tuttle Paint & Glass
company, and Fred Hayward, Earl Mil
ler and Richard Roe, employes, were
issued by justice of the peace James J.
Xurpny, after complaints charging- the
defendants with malicious mischief had
heen filed in his court
The bone of contention is the space
at the intersection of Boulevard and
Ange street. Mr. Tattle claims that he
has the space leased. The claim is dis
puted by Mr. McClintock, it was said
Anyhow, last week McClintock had some
signs placed there, and Hayward was
arrested and fined' in Murphy's court on
a charge of tearing them dowa. He ap
pealed the case to the county court.
Thursday morning Mr. McClintock
visited the scene, and obscuring his bill
board was a board of the TutUe com
pany. The latter board had the point
of vantage. Tuttle, it was claimed,
thought he had McClintock fenced off.
But Thursday, when he went to look at
his sign, McClintock, it was alleged, was
the owner of the billboard which had
been placed in front of his. Thursday
night, it was alleged, the McClintock
obstruction 'was torn down. Justice
Murphy stated Friday morning that he
was going to try the case Saturday
morning at 9 oclock. and with a jury,
whether the parties demanded it or
SEARCH FOR ARCTIC CONTINENT.
Washington, IX C Not. 15. Vilhjal
mtir Stefannsson, the explorer, whose
recent discovery of a tribe of blond es
klmos nt Coronation Gulf stirred the
scientific world, has announced today
he will sail with an expedition from
San Francisco or Seattle in June, 1913.
on a three year search for a continent
supposed to exist in the Arctic.
ASTOR TO SBRVR OX Jl'RY.
New Tork N Y, Not 15 Vincent
Astor wryo today comes into the for
tune left him by his father, the late
John Jacob stor, was appointed bj
sheriff Harburger on the third panel
of the sheriffs jury. Vincent Astor is
21 years old today.
EL PASO THEATRE
THE QUAKER GIRL
and a Cast of One Hundred
Saturday Matinee Mm 1 C
AND NIGHT iUV. ID
SEAT SALE FRIDAY MORNING
Prices: Night $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00
Matinee $1.50 and $1.00
TO hurnetied posts
Lain. . Lumber to. Adv.
for sale at
RECORD RUN FOR
A record run of the racetrack special
is expected by the Southwestern traffic
officials. The train left Tucumcari. N
M at 6 oclock this morning for El Paso
and was expected to make the run of
Sol miks in 10 hours, arriving iuri at
4 oclock this afternoon The special is
one of the longest ract trick trains er
run It is made up of Jb cars and will
carrj 300 men and .00' horses. Tne
horse owners will occup the Pullmans
the jockejs the coach and the rout
a jouts the box ir
BIsscII'h Carpet Sweeper
nd Ductless Mops
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