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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, November 18, 1912
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
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Making Room for Xmas Stocks !
This "Make Room" Sale presents hundreds of attractive Bergains m seasonable necessities for the home
and for the person. The values offered m this sale are unusually templing.
WmI Dress Goods 14 Off
This exceptional offer applies
to all the better grades of
Novelty- Dress Goods marked
regularly at $2.00, $2.50 and
up the yard 1-4 Off.
AH Trimmed Hats Just
Women's Misses' aad Chil
dren's Hats the pick of the
entire stock and a better
choice would be hard to find
at just Half the Regular Prices.
Women's Fine Coat Suits
Y Off Regular Price
This reduction applies to all
the finer grades of Coat and
3 Piece Suits regularly murked
at 35.00 and upwards 1-4
Tuesday Extra Specials--On Sale From 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. Only
10c Percales Women's Unions Flanetette Petticoats 25c Glass Bowls 121 -2c Swisses
Yard Suit 60c grade Each Yard
6Vzc 45c 39c 10c 8c
While they last. White they last While they last. While they last. While they last.
(Basement) (Basement) (Basement) (Basement) (Basement)
Children's Flannelette and Crocheted Garments
For the Cold Weather these arm sleeping garments, Bath Robes, Pajamas, Gowns, etc., in the belter
grades of jUmndelle, with Fable and other quaint designs Warm Sweaters, Toques, Leggmgs, Jackets,
Petticoats, etc, m bright colors and white, are offered at unusually templing prices for this week's "MAKE
The Great Special Sale of Jewelry Continues
The enormous purchase ae made in order to secure the concession in price, permits us lo continue this
exceptional sale tomorrow such values as are offered in this sale have never been encountered in El Paso
before We advise buying while slocks are complete, as the best assortments are being quickly sold out.
PgJIlll ! HI IN " ngB-fcliMHiaM
; gie "these
,rf.l rurhnns 'on our entire stock, making it one of the most remarkable short time shoe
sales this city has ever known. All shoes from our regular stock.
Dg Tb To get more people acquainted ijith our
Sty S Ol I5c1TcI1HS to convert slow selling styles into cash, we
19e and 26c Pine,
A splendid assortment of collar,
scarf, beauty and belt pins plain
or jeweled settings.
SSc Sterling Rings, . -a q
Pure silver, with pearl and jewel
settings, 99-100 fine.
25c and 50c Novelties, -B g
Bar, collar, waist and belt pins,
belt buckles, tie clasps, long or
short chains, hat pins, watch fobs,
La Vallieres, scarf pin and cuff
button sets, in gilt, silver, enam
eled or pearl extraordinary val
ues. 50c U $1.00 Novelties, O
$1.00 to $1.75 Novelties, P7P-
1.00 La "Vallieres, a q
This season's $5 Shoes in all leathers,
both button & blucher; including all
J g I and
never sold for less than $4. AH this
worth $1.50 jmk
Men's low cuts worth $3.50, to $5, a
little out of style.
Little children's strap slippers and ox
fords large variety of
All our Men's $4.00Af gF
Patent Button .UD
Shmola, 4 boxes for 25c
25c Nobby Brown le
25c Gilt Edge 15c
50c Hose, 3 for .. $1
25c Hose. 3 for 50c
SCORES OF OTHER BARGAINS!
$5.00 Florsheim Oxfords
LOw U. S. Department ot Agriculture,
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Between Popular and Siiberbergfs
Opposite Rio Grande Valley Bank
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ese goods. This is in protest against
Japanese aggression in Manchuria.
Dr. R. M. Itatllf f. dentist. Sue. to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff. 204-5-6. Caples BIdg.
Sasiage Salt Continued.
On account of city attorney W. M.
CoWwell being called to Altxiquerque,
JT. JjJL, the case of Adolph UoHraan vs.
he city of El Paso, a suit for $300
damages, which was on trial in the
county court Saturday, was continued
until the next term of that court. Tbe
plaintiff is suing for damages done to
his' -property by rain, alleging that the
city failed to provide proper drainage.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Directors To Meet.
, The board or directors of the cham
ber of commerce will. hdMrar .meeting
me cnamoer ua x ruHy t aoeruuvu.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthle Infirmary.
JXr. Ira W. Collrris. physician In chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul K. Collins, consulting physicians;
201'' "West Missouri street.
OGEAN I 0GB
WILL .IE -I
HELP Til EL PftSQ
Completion of the Camino Real Down to the Texas Line
..Will Enable Automobile Tourists to Come on to
This City and Mesilla Valley and Will Practic
ally Put El Paso on Cross-Country Route.
SOtaerrtboBs takes MB .m.. sereatyf me
diss toe. Air jwesfue reaeeed to sea. UreU
ofcAM (aoottBuoQi Unstf pass tferoaeh polBts
of eqnsl air prassve. Iothibi (dotted toert
pate ttuoagh point or equil teaeratBre; drawa
only Jbr zero, freesinc. tQ, and MOP.
O ole Pr3r cloody: closdn
rain: saorr; report alsiaz.
A 1 rows flrwlta the wind. 9tnt flrores, temper
stnree second. ptcJpiUB of .d Ineh or sort
for past at noon; third. BMTtomm wted rahwfc
EI Paso. Nov. 18, 1912.
OBI Paso and Vicinity: Fair tonight
New -Mexteo Tonight and Tuesday,
fair. Warmer for the eastern portion of
West Texas: Fair tonight and Tuesday.
Texas & Pacific train No. 5, due at
9.05 p. m, will arrive at 11:6 p. m. AH
other afternoon and night trains are
reported on time for Monday.
corner of Sedond and BI Paso streets,
was dismissed by judge Adrian Pool, of
the corporation court. Saturday after
noon. There was nothing to show that
the defendants had any connection with
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn,
l-jtched. awaiting your call. Phones,
Sought Game; Found Snair.
J. It. Marr and V. S. Stewart went on
a hunting trip in the Franklin moun
tains Friday. They returned Sunday,
hut all they found was several springs
in the roadway and an abundant sup
ply of snow from the heavens.
Dr. Efeert, Dentist. 216-218 Mills Bldg.
Que Are Dismissed.
The case against Sam Kns and Jose
Mendosa. who were arrested by the po- Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist. 541-502 Rob-
nwj riajr msu luuuwing uie isik i erts-Banner Bldg phone 150.
alarm turned in from box "32, at the i
Charged AVlth Carrying Pistol.
Ed Mills was arrested Monday on a
warrant issued out of the county court
charging him with unlawfully carrying
Dr. RebiBsen, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Andres Galindo. arrested Monday
morning on an indictment charging him
with seduction, was released on a $750
bond, pending his trial in tbe 34th dis
Virgin Oil of Pine
will cure your
Cough or Cold
This simple remedy quickly stops that
hacking- cough dissipates your cold
makes yon feel good as neT7." Buy it at
any drug store and
Mix it at Home
Full directions with every package
Substitutes are dangerous. Insist on
having the genuine Virgin Oil of Pine
in J-oz. vials in wooden cartons bear
ing our label.
The Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati
El Paso Readings.
Barometer (sea level) 30.42
Dry thermometer 37
wet thermometer 35 41
Dew point 32 3
Relative humidity 83 '7ft,
Direction of wind SE. SEL
Velocity of wind 5 13!
State of weather Clear. Cloody
Rainfall last 24 hours. . 0.01 Inch.
Highest temperature last
24 hours 4S
Lowest temperature last
12 hours .3S
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, ll.l feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.2 foot.
of reckless driving of an automobUc.
The defendant came to tbe station 4nd
voluntarily surrendered himself. It was
alleged that he ran down C. Evans, who
resides at 411 Montana street, near his
home on that night.
Tito Killed In Auto "Wreck.
Lob Angeles. CaU . Nov. 17. E. L.
Downey, . of San Francisco, and John
McCalL. of Los Angeles, were killed,
and William McCarty. of Phoenix.
J Ariz., and F. P. Chatfield, of Los An
geles, were seriously - injurea nere
when an automobile in which they
were riding collided with an electric
freight train. The automobile was
frlvfen by McCarty.
1 Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
inte'stines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Card of Thnnks.
I We wish to extend oar sincere thanks
I to our many fi lends for the kindness
and sympathy shown us during our re-,
cent bereavement in the death of our
mother, also for the beautiful floral of
ferings. Miss M. Willoughby. W. E
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46 J n Tnn .fan mnmnSuitut. UHlla TUrilT
Las Cruces, N. M-, Nor. 18. Francis ly opposite to what has heretofore !
E. Lester and Oscar C. Snow have! agreed upon witn ute i paso
AULVOlUUlie CiUU &UU IU6 1U&17 IllAh
returned from Santa Fi. where they
went to attend tbe annual coxtrentten f out the Borderland route. In view of
of the Ocean to Ocean Highway asso
ciation. The ocean to ocean route, as
adopted at the annual convention of
1911, held at Phoenix, Ariz., enters
New Mexico at the Raton Pass, travels
south by way Santa Fe and Albu
w.as logged when Harry Drum laid
the vigorous campaign for the build
ing of better roads in Dona Ana
county that is now going on, it is be
lieved that the interests of the Bor
derland route can best be served by
adhering to the road originally agreed
querque through the Rio Grande val- upon; which leads from El Paso to Las
ley to Socorro, and thence west to
Springerville, Ariz., Globe, Yuma, and
on to Los Angeles. The convention
held in Santa Fe this year gave offi
cial recognition to the Camino Real,
New Mexico's state highway, and
urged its quick completion from Ra
ton down through the state to the
New Mexico-Texas line. This actio
from this important organization ;!!
give additional impulse tT this- great
ly needed work. It means that El
Paso and Las Cruces wUT practically
be on the Ocean to Odput highway,
as tourists coming -down through
New Mexico will undoubtedly follow
on down tbe valley in large numbers,
trated lecture in Hadley hall The class
was in comparative literature, and
travels in Rome were discussed.
Members of the faculty have estab
lished a tennis club and are making
court next to the swimming tank on
The chess and checker tournament
at the T. M. C. A. has been started ana
the ranks are becoming empty,, as
many are being eliminated.
An enjoyable dance was held in Had
ley hall on Saturday night. As most
everyone was away for the week end,
only .about 15 couples were present,
robber and tag dances were featured
during the evening and the time passed
away all too soon. Paul Given and
Juan Tallifero furnished the music.
Ulric Robinson, who has been rest
ing at his home in Canutillo, has re
turned to school again.
The Columbian Literary society has
added six new honorary members to
its roll They are as follows Prof.
Wilcox, Prof. Wiggs. Prof. Taushn.
president Garrison, Prof. Humbert and
Coach and Mrs. Badenoch are the
proud possessors of a nine-pound girL
Cruces and through the Organ Pass,
instead of taking the tourist over the
uninhabited desert through which
the route east of the Organ moun
Francis E. Lester and W. S. Gilliam.
members of tbe Dona Ana county i
road board, made a special trip to San
Miguel a few days ago. for the pur
pose of looking over the road condi
tions in that vicinity and determin
ing upon how best to improve those
conditions for the benefit of the
farmers in that locality. They, have
outlined a plan for the early com
pletion of the work needed, and with
in a few days the building of the
j H 1 Infcanity Charsed.
i ' Antonio Paiz, who was deported about
J v.-A weeks ago by the immigration au
thorities, returned from Juarez Sunday i
an was arrested by the police on a
charge of being insane.
attracted by the scenic and historic j road will commence and be pushed to
interests, such as the Elephant Butte i rapid completion,
dam, the old Doniphan. Kearney and j Dena Aaa Road Beard Busy.
Cook trails, which come down the Rio j The county road board, consisting
Grande valley, and the beauties of of the above named members, and in
the Mesilla valley. It is conservative- j addition, Pearl H, Bailey, of Canu
ly estimated that in the year 1915 not tillo, has organized, and laid out a
less than 50,000 automobiles will cross general plan of action. The board has
the continent. The actual' figures aaareaseu an open letter to tne cm
TWO MEN BOUND
OVER UXDER BO.MtS
D. L. Mitchell and F. S. Gest, who
were arrested by the cit detectne.
were bound over to await the aetioi
of the grand jury on a charge of thert
from the person, b justice of tle
peace E. B. McClintock. Saturda aftei
noon. Mitchell's bond was njaced at
31000. and that of Gest at 3500;
The defendants were alleged to hae
secured $63 from C. S Michael aft-r
taking bim to a saloon. Detective John
Pflug, of Cincinnati, O, who is here
for Monte Haley, stated that Mitchell
recently visited Cincinnati, and a
given a few hours to leave that city.
which be did. TV detective said th?t
he recognized hina. here.
For, bouse -wir'ng and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. JamlcKOB, diseases of kidn:. s. 1
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg
Weekly Luncheon Thursday.
The weekly chamber of commerce
luncheon will be held at the Sheldon on
Needing glasses! See our optician.
Foster Co., Jewelers, Herald Bldg.
Dr. Nettle Sattcrlce, osteopathy
American Bank Bldg-., phone 141.
Aviator Janaus Reaches St. LouIm.
St. Louis, Mo- Nov. 18. Tony Jan
nus, in his hydro-aeroplane, made the
36 miles from St. Charles to St. Louis
in two easy jumps. He now has co-
Tiro Clint Prisoners
X. Chaiez. constable at Clint, Tex.,
Saturday brought Victorianp Balleaand
Antonio Loll a to the county jail. The
ered" nrmiieTo? tne" distencT 5o 3t?b 'S tha.l !h! ""?:
8.K&S2rJ"- aCtUal I aV Clint on a chae .,
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 22S Meua A e
Dr. Anna Itesm, Buckler Bldg.
Charged With Rrcckless Driving.
Andrew Ott was Gocketod at the po
lice station baiurdaj night on a thai :
Trying to Sell Overcoat.
Jack Gallager, a soldier, was arrested ,
by the police Saturday on a charge of
Attempting to sell property of the gov
ernment It was alleged that the sol
dier was tr ing to sell his overcoat. He I
-wa turned over to the Fort Bliss nvli- i
tary authorities Sunday. j
Dr. Bryan, dentist. 107 El Paso street. !
hort Line to CoHHect With S. P.
Twin Falls, Idaho, Nov. 18. The Ore- '
gon Short Line will build at once from
Twto Falls to Wells, New, where it will
connect -n ith the Southern Pacific, ai -
Cording to a statement made b W. H
Bancroft. With F. H. Knickerbocker, j
Jiis assistant, general manager Ban-
eroft is here looking over thereports
of engineers who have been making i
he. survey to Wells. j
Have sour e'ectrlcal work done by
I the old re'iable Texan Kleetrleal Suprly
Ce 1H N. Strnto'i St Both phones.
El Pasoans Invited. j
I - The fourth annual convention of the
jxas mausinai congress v in oe neiu i
at Dallas on December 12 The El Pa,o
chamber of commerce has been united
to send delegates
show that transcontinental' touring
cars average four to five passengers
to the car, arid that each car spends,
on the average, $12 per day per pas
senger while traveling. Here is an
immense sum of money in sight fo.
New Mexico, and the utmost effort
should be made to attract this travel.
The Ocean to Ocean convention also
took action authorizing the immediate
publication of an official log book
showing the log not only of the route
itself, but of the adjacent roads lead
ing thereto, and the publication of
matter describing the terrieory co
ered bv such roads. The execum e
committee appointed for New Mexico
consisted of Francis E. Lester,' James
A. French, state engineer, and Robert
P. Ervien, state land commissioner.
The Herderland Hoate.
The automobilists of Las Cruces and
icinity are somewhat aroused oer
the reports that the offici-U route of
tl e Borderland route between El Paso
and Albuquerque will run east of
zens of the county, asking for the
support of the people in helping to
gie the county an efficient road ad
ministration. An extract from this
letter reads as follows:
"Tha.t tne public may know, we
wish to state that the actions of our
; board will be governed by the follow
1- Tn nilminiater th mart nffair.
of Dona Ana county in a manner ab-
solutelv free from the taint of poli- j
tics or partisanship j
"2 To expend such funds as may j
be aailable for road and bridge pur
poses in the interest of the people of I
our county in general, respective of i
locality or class: and to endeavor to I
expend sucn sums as efficients and
carefully as though they were our )
"3. To give the fullest publicity to i
all our actions. '
The letter asks for the careful '
thought of all citizens in regard to the i
proposed $100,000 bond issue for good
A Marvelous Escape.
"My little boy haad a marvelous escape, '
writes P. F. Bastiams ot Prince Albert.
Cape of Good Hope. "It occurred in
the middle of the night He got a er,
severe attack of croup. As luck woirM
have it, I had a large bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in the house.
Atter following th. directions for an
hour and twenty minutes he s
through all danger.1 Sold by all deal
To Oar Customers.
When our phone. No. 36.
lease call 210.
Held Brotfc. Ceal and Weed.
the Organ mountains. This is direct- j loads, upon which the citizens of the
j county will rote on December 28; and
7 . , cjLpiMiiis tum a cuuiu.t nwe roau O
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Maur Kemp. Monday morning was
appointed guardian of the estate of
Margaret and Lo-:is Lyles Bryan, who
were defendants in the suit of Beaure
gard Bran et al. s. Marsraret Anstn
Brvan et al.. brought ii. the 41st dis
trict court The suit, wnich was a par
tition suit, included lots lo to 29. i
elusive block 14. Alexanders addition
A. G Harris was appointed receiver for
the purpose of making a sale otf the
sanitation, reaching into everv pie
cinct. will be built up as quickly as
i rosstble. The board is compiling a
FOR WOMAN'S ILLS ! 1,st ot citizens f the countJ -
its free bulletins from time to time
It is working in the fullest harmon;
with the board of county commission-
Dr. Prentiss, diseases of stomach in
testines, liver, 515 Roberts-Bannci Eld;?
.ognizid the world oiir is Lv-
(ia E P nkhum's Vegetable Compound,
and fair minded physletaaa recognize
its -wortn and do not heslltate to
Boycott Goods From Japan.
Amoy, China. Nov 17 The ciu i
placarded with posters announcing- tn
i jinnine of a, bojcoit a0daus; Jjpu...-
Had Big Knife.
Mar era leturnine from Juai-z Sun
I ltLj was held by the immigration of- ,
fleers for the police It was alleged!
I that when he whs searched a dirk with i
j fo-m i blade a.s found He was
I dockftrd at thi polity stat oi on a I
hdi0 ui (.aui m0 tin. vmpuu. i
cdLD HEATHER AT COLLEGE:
MICH SNOW ON OHGVN R VNGE
State College. N M Nov. lh The re-
c-nt old spell has started the man
fires around the college Snow is plain-
1 seen on the Oriran mountiiin-
mediune has betn pie- j The Bo' Glee club has given its j
For nearly forty years this famous
loot ana htrl
rM-eases of women Merit alone could
haM. ttooJ tliii Ubt of time.
t p offered the best glee club in the
J'r. Mt-.Yuh lr ga e the first ill i-
Cures all blood humors, all
eruptions, clears the complex
ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, relieves that tired
feeling, gives vigor and vim.
Get it today in usu--l liquid form o
chocolated- tablets called Sarsatabs.