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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday, November 16, 1912
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(CALISHER DEPARTMENT STORE CO., INC.)
Lonsdale Muslin,
Monday only 8c
the yard. Unit 10 yards.
(Basement)
4
Christina? St"8 are pouring in, being marked and put in place, and fore
isher way to clear the stocks is forcibly demonstrated in these startling
careful perusal of the many items quoted in this advertisement will point
tt
An Important Sale of Fine Coat Suits
Of the letter grades. Imported designs and adaptations especially made f or
"CaJisher's" by tHe foremost makers of women's high class garments, design
ed for dicriminating women, exquisitely modeled, to meet the requirements
of each particular figure, are now priced at a quarter less.
1s e e Ti Ffc 1 f Is the way we nave mark-
Off 1 he Regular r rices rifineypwooat
0 Suits for this sale.
All Coat Suits that are marked at $35.00 and
upward, enter into this sale at a quarter less
than reeular. ' A Saving of Importance.
FOR EXAMPLE- BLACK BROADCLOTH AND VELVET SUIT Draped
- . -ZrZT m T : v-.- panel back, trimmed -with, silk braid and .buttons
ly embroidered and trinuned wit $120.00 SfStt f..! ! $63.75
squirrel. Aegwiany xw.v. j. " . -r- - - TAW BROADCLOTH CUTAWAY SUIU With large
LE CHEVAL 3AUPE SUIT Coat beautifully trimmed gh&wl colar) elegantly trimmed with velvet and satin.
in Rococo effect, front and bade. CO p7tZ Knilarly $75.00. &E1 OC
Regularly $85.00. 1-4 Off PO? J 1-4 Off . $OOoiO
FRENCH BEDFORD CORD SUIT In navy, -with rich TWO TONED VELOUR SUIT With black velvet col
velvet and embroidery skirt, draped in box pleats, cut- j.' ami caffs, embroidered, draped skirt, panel back.
away coat. Regularly $87.50 $65 (?2 Reul"1J' 86m &fi3 75
TiREE PIECE BLACK BROADCLOTH SUIT Cut- BLACK VELVET AND CHARMEUSE SUIT With
away coat, with blue and gold novelty vest and dfaped cutaway eoat and draped skirt, exquisitely embroid-
Sfoff y.. : $63.75 SmT!.. $93.75
And- doeens of other equally desirable models in colors or black in plain tailored or richly embroidered
stales One-Quarter Off.
Making Room For Xmas Goods
Forces The Prices Down
Fancy Linens and Brawn Work For Thanks
giving, at "Much Under The Usual" Prices
59c
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First Annual Pre-X-Mas il "Make Room" Sale and .all; week
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i i--, , - v.Q wnir nnrl fnrp.iuir us to make. room. -xJie Oai-
mfceoncessioDS, at a season when prices are usually. kept at .normal.- A
the way to gi-eai savings on neuueu u M" . ,
Sunny- .Monday
S o ap, Monday
Only
8- ban fr- - -2Sc
(BaWBt)
Getting Ready For The Charity Ball
. t i j;n a.-m
Are vou rarepared The "Calisher" store is splendidly prepared xo iiu juux
ery want be it for an enfe eostume or fothe materials for making it, or
thP manv n'ttle but Lportant accessories, at priees to quicken yoiir interest
The Mowmg st"t partly tells the 'tale of wondei-fid opporttmities at
this store.
- . m m irii n Tft s tne way me nner erauc&
1 llfi' I he Kefflllar rriCeS of Eyenins Costittoes and
A w "v s. W
"" "All Costumes and Wraps that are marked at
"4 $42.50 and upward enter into this sale at a
Wraps are marked.
third less-.
FOR EXAMPLE: ,
LIGHT BLUE CREPE AND iMfl.&. nAKmuoc
POSTTIME. with shadow lace and jewel trimming, and
beaded chiffon drape; regularly $65.00. A33g
BLACK CHARMEUSE AND MUSTARD CHIFFON
COSTUME, -witk drape of -wide antique gold lace; a
!?" 1enffregukr,y -590'00" ' $60.00
One-third Off - - JT r L .. .
WHITE BROCADE, CHARMEUSE COS'lLME, with
amber maline and bead trimming, panier model; reg
ularly $45.w. (ton on
One-third Off f. Pww.W
PALE BLUE CHARMEUSE AND CHIFFON COS
TUME, with drapery of shadow lace, trimmed with
bugles and rjoses; regularly $35.00. dJEC 7
One-third Off $OD.O
24 IN.
WLiic
DRAWN WORK SQUARES
Koom" price
30 IN. BATTENBURG CENTERS
"Make Room" priee . .
All Tximm
Hats
19 IN. REAL CLUNY DOILIES
"Make Room" price
50 IN. SCARFS ana 30 IN. SQUARES
In fancy linen rich designs. d fl QO
Iake Room" price, each P I .IO
50 IN. LACE TRIMMED and EMBROIDERED
SCARFS and 30 in. covers to mateh; a Q
a splendid value. "Make Room" price, en. O 1
36 IN. 'HEMSTITCHED DAMASK
LUNCH CLOTHS, 'fafce Room" price
49 c
18 DT. BATTENBURG DOILIES
'Make Room" priee
50 JN. EMB'D and SCALLOPED CENTERS and
SCARFS in handsome patterns. 7ESr
"Make Room" price, each ?
54 IN. DRAWN and BATTENBURG 1ABLE
COVERS, of beaHtiml .design, oh excellent gra.tk
of linen. 'Make Koom" price,
each
A Saving not to be Ignored.
BLACK CHARMEUSE AND- CHIFFON COSTUMU,
with heavily headed net tank ora soft seat ehiffon;
a Paris model; regularly $126.9. CQQ 2.K
One-third Off $0000
PINK CHARMEUSE COSTUME, with jeweled chif
fon tunic and over drape in panier effect; Paris mod
el; regularly 5150.00. tf-J (( flf)
One-third Off iDIUUoUU
WHITE BROCADED SATIN COSTUME, with over
drape and underskirt of accordioa pleated chiffon and
bogles; regulariy $95.00. 5Q QES
One-third Off ; tpUJiJO
BLACK AND IVORY CHARMEUSE COSTUME, with
overdrape of dewdrop-net and gold lace, in tnnie and
over drapery; regularly $5.00. !,3Q QQ
One-third Off qjtcJ.vIO
Also Many 0tt?er Charming Creations im Dresses aad Costumes m Every Desired Cofer ad
Combination, AT ONE-THIRD LESS.
Exquisite Materials in Evening Shades For Cos
tumes and Wraps at "Make Room" Sale Prices!
HERE'S AN EXAMPLE OF THE SPLENDID SAVINGS THIS SALE AFFORDS
A SPECIAL GROUPING OF SINGLE, EXCLUSIVE PATTERNS, in five yard
len-ths, suitable for evening costumes, in brocaded charmeuse orepe du chine, chif-
fon-cloth, boHeredand floral marquisettes and ehiffon oloth crepe meteor sn
atod chiffon cloth; a brilliant selection, embracmg every desred shade; regu- Q gg the
larlv -worth $12.50 and $15.00- "Make Room" Special -.- v " Y. Y D yds
54 IN IMPORTED FRENCH SERGES AND BROADCLOTHS, m evening shades, suited for eve
ning wraps; an exceedingly soft,ch material; worth regularly $2.50. "Make J J gg the
BeaSifuTts and AH Over Stadow Laces, with bands and trimmings to match are shown at
snecialfv attractive prices. Dew Drop nets, Uugie new wim nanw, Himmu m 8B.i.u.Bv
trfi. for tonic and overdrapes, are shown at irom C, on up
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the
yard
Po5eiO
Every Hat ia the-store,
for women. Misses aed
children enters into tiis
ale at just
One-Half of the
Marked Prices
It should be borne in mind that these
hats are the regular, iigh class stock,
selected with the greatest care, for the
regular "Calisher" trade. Models from
the beat milliner artists of both conti
nents and not a special purchase of "left
overs" bought for sale purposes. We
need the room both in our windows and
in the salesroom for Christmas fixings,
so come in and stake your selection now
AND SAVE HALF-
Fancy Feathers and Plumes J
at Hall Fnce
Beautiful willow and French Plumes,
Aigrettes, Wings, Pom Pom, Stiekups,
Brushes, ete., etc., in a wonderful selec
tion of colons to meet every requirement,
at from 13 l-2c on up to $24.25.
Just Half Eegular Price
LINEN HEMSTITCHED TABLE SETS
Full size doth and 1 docen napkins. &Q A A
"Make Room" price, set ipOoUU
QQn 2.00 HEMSTITCHED LINEN TABLE CLOTHS
tU4' "Make Room" tf 1 F?A
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72 IN. WHITE DAMASK PATTERN CLOTHS
Irish linen; $4-60 value.
"Make Room" price, eeh
.iD
price
$4.00 HEAVY GERMAN DAMASK TABLE
CLOTHS hemmed or scalloped. fen Sfi
"Make Room" price, each P& OKI
An extra special value are these JAP SILK AND NOVELTff ALL OVER LACES- f
18 to 45 inches wide, values to $2.00. At. the yard Viw
Women.s Lingerie Waists Star Pattern Cut Glassware
$1.50 FINE IRISH TABLE DAMASK-
2 yards wide, handsome patterns.
"Make Room" price, yard
65c BLEACHED AND SILVER DAMASK
Pure linen, in pretty patterns. RO
Make Room" price, yard OVFC
REGULAR 25c TURKISH TOWELS
In white, fringed or hemmed.
ALL LINEN GUEST TOWELS, eacfl
Hemstitched or scalloped ends.
"Opera" Brand wotrh froni
$5.00 to $6.50. $9 toa
$2.00 EXTRA HEAVY SATIN DAMASK, in -i"-" AVUUlil - -"
beautiful designs, full width. "Make 0 1 A Tpmif.i'fnl "hand fimhroiderBd voile.
ice, yard ff JL otJXJ . t,i.
net ana lingerie waisus, m uigu
Room" price.
$1.00 BLEACHED OR SILVER DAMASK,
"Make Room"
15c
35c
pure linen, rich pattern!,
priee, yard
$5.00 ALL LINES DAjMASK NAPKTKS .
PeraaBent sataa fims. ".Make
Hoom" price, doacA. . . "
19x45 IN. HOTD HUCK TOWELS
An extra good quality
ALL LINEN HUCK TOWELS, each
H. S..scalloped or unfinished ends.
all
c
Pos3$J
12'2C
Tumblers and Water Glasses
Thin glass, straight or curved
shapes, with cut star decoration,
worth regularly $1.50 the dozen. t
"Make Room" Sale $1 ftA
Price, dozen tpi.VV
orlow neck, long or short sreevqs, Large gize Colonial Pattern a
extraordinarv values a decided ter Pitchers to match CA
fir n 1 1 ro rtTi
lMonoay special. ,
each.
See Sunday's Paper For Make Room Prices on
the Finer Grades of Sheets and Blankets
SUNNY MONDAY
Monday Special ..
BLUEING-
SUNNY MONDAY AMMONIA
Monday Special
4c
7c
10c COTTON FLANNEL
Unbleached Monday
35c 4 CORD BROOMS
Monday Special
6'c
25c
Fur Sale at "Make Boom"
Prices
A distinctly "Calisher'
pricing. As a rule, few people know
the qualities and There are many, of
furs, or the grades and markings,
'some aMnhaats take advantage of
this lack of knowledge, and substi
tute inferior, or poorly marked or
priced fore, at prices that should pur
chase tiie best of their kind
AT THE PRICES THESE "CAL
ISHER" FURS ARE MARKED one
can quickly il the value ia there,
and most exceptional ralues at that,
in sets, at from ?1&50 on up to $5040.
?.??. $4.50
The selection is excellent presenting
re across and Iceland fox, stone and
tree marten, otter, beaer, squirreL
mink, lynx and others. A partieu-
larlv attractive fur are theee Chinese
Wolf, in btae gray,
at, the set
CHIFFON WAISTS J nj
Bttntiful embroidered tprro73
and fancy ehrffoa Waists in dark col
ors with undertinings of silk, net and
laee, in many new and charming
models; worth up to $7.50 and $8.00:
an extra special Monday &A QC
value pfar60
$9.50
THE CANAL URAJVSPER PAPERS
ARE NOT YET RECEIVED.
The papers in the Franklin canal
transfer have not yet been returned
to P. W. Dent, examiner for the recla
mation service. They are being: re
corded at the" office of the county
clerk. As soon as this work 1b fin
ished and abstracts are made, they
will be sent to Washington and the
$120,000 will be shipped to El Paso.
The Franklin Irrigation company is
to get the money.
PRESIDENT TAFT IS GUEST OF
LOTUS CLUB IN NEW I
LOTUS CLUB IN NEW lORIv
New York, N. T.. Nov. 16. President
Taft arrived from Washington this
morning to spend three days in this
vicinity, visiting several institutions
and attending meetings. Tonight he
will be the guest here, at a dinner cf
the Lotus club, and on Monday he will
go to New Haven to attend the meeting
of the Tale corporation. He will re
turn to Washington Monday qfeht.
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Warm Underwear
Our stock of winter underwear
is complete in every detail and
we can supply your every
want in wool, wool mixed or
cotton underwear. All grades
and weights, shirts and draw
ers or union suits.
50c
A Garment and Up
1 11
POSSE CAPTURES FAR3IHOUSE
BANDITS NEAR IOLA, KANSAS
Iola, Kansas, Nov. 16. Three, bandits
who impressed a motor car. a Chauffeur
and a mechanician here Thursday night
and went on a raid of farm houses and
villages in this vicinity were captured
by a posse today near here and brought
to the Iola jail.
The men gave their names as Rich
ard Victor who says he worked in the
railroad shops at Argentine, Kas., W. J.
Vanribber and McCauIey. Victor was
taken early today. The two others
were captured at noon after a fight ia
which' one of them was wounded.
COURT HOLDS JURORS TO GET
VERDICT OX ALLEGED FRAUD
St Louis. Mo.-. Nov. 16. The Jury in
the case of E. G. Lewis, charged with
using the mails to defraud, reported to
United States judge Willard today that
it was unable to agree on all counts in
the Indictment Judge Willard sent the
jury out again with the statement that
if no verdict was returned today the
jurors would be held until Monday.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
Your druggist will refund money it
FAZQ OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Pro
truding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
Advt
jUIY I REAL
ESTATE SNIPES
Many New Houses Are Also
Being Built A Big
Apartment House.
OUTDOOR
BOOKS
Camping and Woodcraft
The American Shotgun
Tales of the Untamed
Foot Loose and Free
Rifles and Rifle Shooting
Sporting Firearms
Camp Cookery
Outdoor Photography,
Etc.
E! Paso Book Go.
204 MILLS ST.
i
1 .. -
I J- - --. EMMaanMim
on Montana street in block 11, Cotton 1
addition, for 1200.
Frank Wells Brown and W. M. Peti
colas have sold to Miss Margaret Doyle
42 feet on the corner of Florence and
Hill streets for $1400. J. J. Dawson
has sold to R. M. Hensel two lots at
the corner of Brown and River streets
for $1275. These two deals were made
through the Lone Star Land company.
Dorbandt Buys Property.
R. L. Dorbandt has again entered the
real estate business and has begun buy
ing during the past few days. From
Jay F. Knox he purchased lots 7 and
8 in block 14. Mumlv Heights, on Roose-
Wf wMtlw.r ilns not. keen the uriee of velt street, for 31500. He also sur
real state down nor dampen the ardor ! cliased.from C. J. ralmatier a small resi-
of the traders.' There is more activity
reported for this little back-east weath
er than was' done during the earlier
sunshiny days of the .week.
This activity is not confined to any
one locality, but is geenral throughout"
the city and the additions, though there
has been a noticeable tendency to hold
off on valley land deals for a few days
while the city trades are so active.
In the building line active operations
are numerous and newhqm"es are being
built in manj' sections of the city. The
Mayfield Realtv company is starting
work on a five room brick bungalow
for Geo. W. Cameron, of the Chino Cop
per company. This house,which he will
occupv as his home, is beinp erected in
the 1900 block on Boulevard, and land
and all will cost him ?5500. This com
pany has staked out and" is preparing
to build on the same block another
house, two stories in height and con-
I taining seven rooms, that will cost about
taouu. ana anouier. a live room oricx
bungalow, to cost ?30O0. This company
will start work next week on the 10
apartment brick apartment 'house at the
corner of Myrtle avenue and Oetavia
street. This structure is to cost $20.
000. Meanwhile the houses at 3601 and
3603 Bliss street, each costing $2300, ,
are Hearing coirtletion. The house in i
lin 9JMW1 tilvft- Mi Tlin rirnntlo BfrMf hik !
I been roofed and will be .finished in 30
I days. The home of Dr. A. R. Klein,
in tiie 2600 mode on -Montana street,
will be readv for occupaney next week.
This cost him $5500. Dr. Hunter's Mon
tana street bungalow has just been com
pleted by this firm.
Miss Katherine Bronson has bought
from the Mavfield Realtv company .1
denee in block 85, Alta Vista, on Tula
rosa street, for $3000. and from the
same owner lots 25 and 26 in block 42,
East El Paso (Alta Vista) for $500.
From S. C Awbrej- be purchased lots
21 and 22 ip block 7, Morehead addition,
for $5500.
James C. White is building for John
V. Hughes a four room brick bungalow
on Mountain avenue in block 52, Grand
view addition, to cost $2150.
Alta Vista Sales.
The East EI Paso Town company has
sold Mrs. A. Byles lots 17 to 21, Tilock
135. East EI Paso addition (Alta Vista
section) for $625, and the Government
Hill company has sold Tier lots 11 to 16
in block 78, 'Government Hill, for $1350.
The Government Hill company lias sold
P. Childress lots 13 and 14 in block
37, for $350. The East El Paso Town
company has sold Paul Lisso lots 9 and
10 in block -13S, on Bisbee street, for
Roofs
Barks Herbs
That have great medicinal power, are
raised to their highest efficiency, for
purifying and enriching the blood, as
they are combined in Hood's Sarsa
parilla. 40,366 testimonials received by actual
count in two years. Be sure to take
$450. Q. A. Martin has purchased lotn
5 and 6 in block 16, Government HilL
John n. ErwiH has bought three lots
on Alamogordo street in Alta Vista
(block 87 of the East El Paso addi
tion) for $425. These sales were made
through Austin St, Marr.
A. B. Warren has sold to Albert Ahr
lots 17 to 20 in block 29, East EI Paso,
for $1060, and Mr. Ahr will improve
the property. This sale was made
through the Lay-Delaney Realty and
Trust company, who also sold Mrs. Mar
tha E. Farnsworth lots 9 to 16 in bteek
15, Government Hill.
GOOD ROADS AVORK IN
VICINITY OF IA Tl'XA
La Tuna, Tex., Nov. 16. One of the
best and most needed pieces of road
work in this vicinity is just about fin
ished by the gang that has, during the
past two weeks, been working under
foreman Gillette. Half a mile of the
principal road leading to La Union
and Chamberino has bean changed from
sandbars and muddy holes into a well
graded and caliche topped turnpike.
There is quite a little rise in the
river and the Canutillo canal to
straighten the rirer there is working
in good order. ,
The water is doing good work scour
ing out the ditch heads at old Fort
Bliss on both sides of the river.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Cit it todav in usual Mould form or
I 40 foot bmldiiig site in the 1900 block chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
Fine Stationery
We have just received a
large shipment of
Hurds and
Cranes
Curran's
Book Store
inn MVQA
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SHIP CATTLE TO
FEED ON BEETS
Out in California fhey ratten cattle
on beets amd then slaughter them.
The Patterson Ranch company, which
has large sugar beet lands at Oxnard,
California, shipped 500 head of steers
through El Paso on FViday and will
fatten them in California on the beets.
They came from Alpine and other
parts of Brewster and Presidio coun
ties in Texas and are said to make
fin beef cattle.
Cattle are fattening in the El Pasa
stockyards and on the ranges as a
result of the rain and several of them
will be held for a few days before
beingnmrketed.
Cliff Robertson brought in 350 head
of fat cattle for J. H. Nations for
slaughter. They are Sonora cattle and
were in, good condition.
WgY
PAY MORE-
ANY STYLlf
$3.S
"Muff. Said"
Given Bros.
Expert Shoe Fitters
215 El Paso St.
Half Black South of New Hotel

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