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The Most Remarkable Millinery Sale of the Season
A "Spot Cash" New York Millinery Purchase
Makes It Possible For Us To Offer a Millinery
Sale Way Out Of The Ordinary.
ORDINARILY, at this season of the year,' the public is offered
Half Price Sales on left-over and undesirable stocks of millinery.
This year, we have made a radical departure. Knowing that New York
millinery importers and manufacturers at this season of the year are get
ting ready for Spring business, we instructed our New York office to se
cure for us everything they could in the way of desirable millinery at an
underprice. They succeeded in buying
500 Mid-Season Hats At An Underprice
' np HESE hats have arrived and will be placed on sale tomorrow. They embrace all the
mid-season novelties and include some of the very Jatest novelties in "Horse Show mil
linery." Now, understand, while these hats will be sold at about One-Half their real worth
you will buy the most recent arrivals hi millinery not undesirable, "picked over" styles. We
are able to make extremely low prices for the simple reason that our New York office secured
radical concessions on the purchase.- . .. " .
The Hats Offered Include Tarn O9 Shanters,
Beavers, Hatters Plush, Velours, Velvets, Etc.
SPECIAL NOTE. There is such a tvidc range of prices on ihe 500 hals that enter into this
sale that it is impossible to quote individual prices, but you have our assurance that practically
every hat in the lot is being offered for One-Half its real jeorih.
"THE STORE OF SERVICE."
The present Arcade'display
will give you some idea of
the importance of this sale.
On November the 29th the Jackson Grocery Co. will open
for business in the Standard Grocery Building at 208-210 and
212 Mills street. We wish to state to our customers and
friends that there will be no change in our policy but we will
continue to carry the finest line of Groceries, Eresh Fruits
and Vegetables to be found in the Southwest, which will be
sold at the lowest jpossible prices. Our store will be closed
all dajrlfbaaksgiving to the public, as we will move on that
day. Our telephone numbers will be the same; in fact, the
only change will be in our endeavor to give you Better Ser
vice and Better Goods, if that be possible.
Our Delicatessen Department will be
without an equal in the Soutnwest Come
Jackson Grocery Co.
Jackson -Standard Grocery Co.
208-210-212 Mills St.
CLANCY COLLAPSED AFTER SAYINC HE
KNEW OF M1K DMITlii
GOV. HUNT SEES THE
FAMOUS LAG UNA DAM
PANIC AMONG- POLICE
(By Gee. H. Clements).
(Continued from page L)
visit of the d namiter to the Pacific
at "Clean Uoase" Sfessage.
Clancy was in Boston with Michael
J. Young, when he read of the killing
of people at the Los Angeles explos
ion. Immediately he telegraphed to
"Shorty," San Francisco, to "clean
house," meaning to get rid of certain
telegrams about J. B.'s western, trip.
He also harried west stopping at Salt
Lake City to see Munsey, the iron
workers' business agent there.
Whether Munsey told him the dyna
miter was hiding In Salt Lake City.
Clancy refused to say. adding-
"You had better see Munsev about
When the Llewellyn Iron Work In
Los Angeles was blown up on Decem
ber 15, 1910, McManigal. who did that
job, appeared in Clancy's office in
San Francisco. Clancy told him to see
Just after he had told this story.
Clancy who had heart trouble, turned
around and saw McManigal through
the crack of a door. He fainted.
Asked later why, knowing McXamara
was guilty, he had joined with Tveit
moe and Johannsen in the defence of
the McXamara brothers, Clancy re
plied he considered it "none of his
3faasey Furnished Clue.
Mr. Lawler ' then told of an inter-
Mr. Faurote "Crack"
, Yuma, Ariz., Nov. 19. Governor G.
. W. P. Hunt and staff, accompanid by
, nunareas or visitors, went to the La-
view he had with Munsey, known al- i Kuna dam this morning by special train
so as "Jack Bright." - ' to Inspect the great structure.
"Munsey told me that after the ' Bf ' returning the guests visited
Times explosion he was sent by J. J. ; .f0 Holes, an early day rich placer
MoSmra to inquire whether the poo- . i881"8; Wu!?h.u erlve lts n"5 'roni
pie In Los Angeles thought the bind- th,.fCt, .$' S0" waB oand..!n
ing had been destroyed by escaoing ' PecuMarly formed depressions in which
iS, " ill tEZ rf. y escaP,ns the precious mettal in the form of dust
"I told Munsey we "had infonnation . "?? ffifVkmtlLif'K? !
that he hid Jaiies IE in Salt Lake ?w.epi,1l2waI tS Hlr I1,'0,1 b
CitT for two ,.k offer th amina I tMe flood waters of the Colorado,
ion thLt w. T2a f, t1J?c2?Z ' Following the dedicatory exercises at
5iJb$J3J?-Sa,l,ie..ltr '- "e Arizona end of the siphon Monday.
uovernor Hunt, or Arizona, and Lieut.
taiior, -rneoaore ujonn. who made a
suit of clothes tor McNamara, and in
fact Munsey's own wife had given us
a description of McNamara as a man
to whom she rented a room.
"Munsey admitted he rented a room
to a man named Williams but he did
not think he look like McNamara. 1
also asked him whether he had not
! been the go-between, in getting the
; dynamiter back to Indianapolis. He
I denied it and later said he bad decided
1 to make a clean breast of it. We an-
pointed to meet the next day, but in
the meantime Munsey had seen Jo
hannsen and when the reappeared the
next day he said he had decided not
to talk further.
"I also had a talk with Tveitmoe
about labor conditions in Los Angeles
in which he said Gen. Harrison Gray
Otis, proprietor of the Times, was re
garded as an enemy of union labor."
Hoekin Aided Detectives.
Further testimony that Herbert S.
Hock in. now on trial, furnished the
-government information last winter
was given by E A. Graves, ji detect
ive. Graves said that HocWn arranged
with him to "get in touch" with W.
J. Burns, another detective, and that
Hock in later met Burns and delivered
certain papers wanted by the prosecution.
Governor A. J. Wallace, of California,
and their respective entourages, the
visiting officials and other visitors of
note -were the guests of the city of
Yuma at an elaborate banquet.
During the day Francis Ml Sellew,
engineer in charge of the Laguna pro
ject, was made the recipient of a chest
of 122 pieces of solid silver ware by
the Yuma Water Users' association.
The city- is rapidly filling up with
members Of the Order of Elks, who are
here to help the local lodge formally
open their new $25,009 club building.
Wednesday will be given over to
sports of an athletic nature, including
a double header baseball game, the
finals in the tournament which has
been running since Sunday.
It is estimated that the celebration
has atracted 3.660 visitors to the city,
the largest crowd Yuma has ever entertained.
Widely Known Field Sports
man Tells His Experience
of Plant Juice.
one of the best known traveling
men in Texas, a crack shot, with but
few equals at clay pigeons or live
birds, is Mr. F. M. Faurote, of 1901
McKJnney avenue, Dallas. Mr.
Faurote represents the Dupont PoVder
Co , one of the oldest powder concerns
in the United States, he made the fol
"1 am on the road and do not have
time to be sick, for a long time I have
ven troubled with my liver and
stomach, resulting in indigestion, con
stipation and rheumatism, I tried
everything I heard of but with little
or no results until I came in here
about ten days aso and got a bottle
of your Plant Juice. I found it to be
the very thing that I needed, it has
taken all the rheumatism out of me,
my bowels are acting natural and nor
mal and my stomach is in better shape
than it has been for years. I carry a
bottle of Plant Juice in my case, it is
sl pleasure to recommend it"
Plant Juice is nature's remedy for
all ailments of the stomach, liver, kid
neys and blood if you have indigestion,
bloatinjr. gas. foul breath or snffer
with nervousness, pains in the back or i inch of snow has fallen here and it is
head, dizziness, loss of appetite, sleep- ; fct111 snowing
Ie-sness. or feel tired and run down
ou will find that Plant Juice is just j OISCUSSLVG IAJTKRURBAX
RAIN AND SNOW ON
WEST TEXAS RANGES
Good SeasH AssTed By Early Mois
ture Valentine, '?t. Davis, Alpine
and Sierra lilanca Drenched.
Valentine, Texas. Nov. 19. A slow
rain has continued to fall over Val
entine valley, while the Ft Davis
mountain range is capped with snow.
This is of great value to the stock
men, as a good season in the ground
assures early grass. Report from
stockmen state the rain is general.
Rain and Snoir at Ft. Daviu.
Ft Davis. Tex., Nov. 19. A fine rain
and snow has fallen here in the past
24 hours, amounting to 2 1-2 or 3
inches precipitation. This rain makes
the stockmen and farmers jubilant
Rain at Alpine.
Alpine. Tex., Nov. 19. The Alpine
valley has had 48 hours of steady
soaking rain and snow. The benefit
to winter pastures will be enormous
Good Rain at Sierra Hlanca.
Sierra Blanca, Tex., Nov. 19. A good
steady rain lasting from 5 oclock Sat
urady morning until noon yesterday
has been falling here. Many citizens
hate small gardens planted and the
rain will be of great benefit to them
as well as the stock range.
Shotv at Parsons.
Parsons, N. M., Nov. 19. About an
DRASTEG TERMS Will BE DICTATED
8! mm TO OTTO MAN EMPIRE
(Continued from page 1.)
of peace at any price. We can not stand , the Porte that plenipotentiaries have
what you have been looking for. For
sale at Kelly & Pollards. (Adv.)
Mar Chew. Proprietor,
will open Sunday. November 3rd, a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
Srill. Entrance through main dining
LINK AT THE LUXCHHOX.
Speakers for the chamber of com
merce lencheon to be given Thursday
have not yet been selected but the
topic for discussion will be "The In
terurban." Men familiar with the pres
ent status of the proposed road will
discuss in short speeches what has been
done and what must be done to secure
the electric line down the valley.
Ue Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
7000 hurnetized posts for sale at
Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
Ins W I COMPANY
NEW SHELLED ALMONDS, lb. g
NEW HUTS Filberts, Almonds, Walnuts, Brazil Pinions, Peanuts, Pecans.
New Dates ' New Figs Stuffed Dates
Imported Spiced Anchovies Rolled Spiced Herring Holland Herring
Extra Fine Dill Pickles Sauerkraut Vinegar Pickles
Olives in Bulk Pickled Pigs' Feet
sent a sharp note to the Servian gov
ernment at Belgrade demanding a ore.
else reply to all the questions at issue.
The Zeit says the note was distinctly
threatening in tone and adds:
"Vigorous military measures will give
emphasis to the diplomatic demand
should Servia's answer again be un
satisfactory." Some papers assert that Servia is pre
paring to concentrate her main forces
on the Austrian frontier.
Diplomatic circles do not exclude the
possibility that the Servians, relying on
xne sympatny or ine Slavs in Austria
Hungary and on the
Balkan allies, may challenge the issue.
Heavy Artillery Dael.
Th rorresoondent of the Times with
the Turks, giving further details of the
.a.t aloug the fchatalja lines, says:
"The firing increased heavily when
the Bulgarian batteries three miles
northeast of TehatalJa opened a con
tinuous fire against the twin works of
"The Bulgarian infantry had de
bouched into a plain and seised the vil.
lage of Tzedin, from which they were
driven by the Turkish artillery. Soon
after the village burst into flames. The
Turkish troops appeared easily to be
holding the enemy at bay.
"The Bulgarian batteries, entrenched
at the endge of the plain, had to bear
the fire of the heavy guns of three war.
ships booming broadsides from the sea.
This fire was directed by signals from
the hills. It seemed effective, but the
Bulgarian artillerymen still courage
ously served their pieces. Thus the ar
tillery combat ebbed and flowed till the
sun went down.
"Thus finished the first day of the
Bulgarian preparations to discover a
salient point in the famous Tchatalja
A private telegram received at Bel
grade reports that Scutari has surren
dered, according to a dispatch to the
Servian headquarters report that the
Turks attempted a sortie from Adrl
anople on the side of the Servian divi
sion, but were repulsed with great
The Daily Telegraph's correspondent
at Scutari says that although the- price
of bread has risen considerably there
i are still 8000 bags of flour in the town.
I The difficulty, however, is the scarcity
of fuel for baking, there being hardly
1 any coal or wood left. The governor
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IlflB 1C1JU1MUU1ICU eMi Rlin.nB urn. nuviL
The correspondent supposes the ob
ject of the Montenegrin bombardment
is to induce the Turks to consume their
ammunition. The Turkish commander,
Riza Bey, however, is on the alert and
has given orders that shells must not
be fired uselessly.
An Antlveri dispatch to the Tele
graph reports that Sen. Martinovitch
has occupied Alessio.
ALLIED BALKAN' NATIONS
ASSENT TO PEACE PROPOSAL.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 19. The allied
Balkan nations today assented to the
Turkish proposal to discuss the terms
of an armistice and eventual peace. The
reply sent to the dispatch of the Grand
Viiier to king Ferdinand of Bulgaria
"The Bulgarian government, aftpr
agreement with the allied cabinets oi '
Servia ilontegensro and Greece informs j
been appointed with Instructions to ar
range with the commander-ln-ohief
of the Turkish armies the conditions of
an armistice and subsequently to pro
ceed to the conclusion of peace."
TURKS DESTROY FOREST TO
PREVENT BULGARIANS HIDING.
Constantinople. Turkey, Nov. 19.
Turkish troops have, set fire to the
Istrandia forest to prevent the Bul
garians from hiding there.
An official communication advises
the public to accept with reserve the
unofficial news .of the war published
by newspapers It is reported that
support of her ? the Young Turk. Talaat Bey. has been
ii Derated suer an examination.
It is said that cholera and typhus
are causing fearful ravages in the Bul
DECLARE SERVIANS KILLED
CIVILIANS AT PRISRBND.
Vienna. -Austria. Nov. 19. The
j Reichspost publishes a dispatch from
its war correspondent who says be is
informed by the fugitives that the Ser
vian troops after occupying Prisend,
turned their machine guns on the in
habitants, killing 111 men, 35 women
and ten children.
FIND DYNAMITE IN PALACE
OF GOVERNOR AT SAI.ONIKI.
Athens, Greece. Nov. 19. Salonikl
reports that a fire broke out in the
cellars of the governor's palace, but
was quickly extinguished. Investiga
tions led to the discovery of two boxes
of dynamite. Major Zaphos sends the
"After landing in Kassandra I ex
pelled the Turkish authorities and
hoisted the Greek flag over a dosen
villages of the peninsula. The in
habitants were wild with Joy."
Stranger With Bomb Clears Out Los
Angeles Police Station, and Tail
Drives Patients From HospitaL
Los Angeles, Calif., Nov. 19. A mild
mannered man carrying a box walked
into police chief Sebastian's office today.
"This box contains 86 percent dyna
mite," said the man. "If anyone
touches me I will pull the trigger and
away goes this whole section of the
The police station was cleared in a
moment. The jail was emptied.
The man finally turned away his
head for a moment thort!y after
noon and detective Hosick instantly laid
iiim out with a "billy." Detective Sam
uel L. Browne grabbed the bos and
rushed out into the street with it.
The box really did contain dynamite
75 sticks of it fully equipped with
eap and a detonating arrangement for
an explosion. While it was low grade
stuff it would have caused widespread
destruction had it been exploded.
AFTER SHOOTING SIX,
VOGAL KILLS HIMSELF
New oYrk, N. ., Nov. 19. After de
liberately shootiag three detectives and
two other men who were trying to arrest
him. Joseph Vogel, at the Raineslaw
hotel in the Bronx last night turned the
gun oa his woman companion, killing
her, and then ended his own life. The
woman had used one of the revolvers
and is believed to have wounded one of
Vogel was 48 years old and the wo
man about 25.
The detectives were on the trail of
the pair, suspecting them of having been
accomplices in a diamond robbery for
which Sophie Breckenhoff, a domestic,
had been held for the grand jury.
At the hospital to which all of the
wounded were removed, it was said
that probably all, except one, would
The Two-Republics Lifelnsnrance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKADER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that gnarantee
C. . KUSSBLL,
Supt. of Agents.
LOIBS ST. J. TBOMAS,
Seety. aai Geal Mgr.
DEATHS AND BTJEIALS
ORVILLE T. SMPTH.
-After three days' illness. OrriUe T.
Smith, one of the most prominent at
torneys in Oklahoma, died Tuesday
afternoon at his home, .4027 Classen
boulevard, Oklahoma City, of conges
Son o tha lungs. He was a hrotfcer
of Mrs. Rosa Smith Donaldson, of.
Paso, formerly residing ok Erie street
bat now at 623 Prospect.
Mr. Smith had been living in Okla
homa City for two years, going there
from Guthrie at the time former gov
ernor Haskell moved the state capital
to Oklahoma. City. Mr. Smith was
private attorney to the governor and
had lived in Guthrie for about IS
years. After the term of HaskeU ex
pired, Mr. Smith opened a law office 1b
The attorney was best known as a
corporation and tax lawyer. He dratted
all the revenue and tax laws introduced
into the legislature at the instigation
of Mr. Haskell and many other portions
of the statutes were written by him.
In the past two years he has repre
sented the state hoard of agriculture,
the state board of education and other
state officials. One of the most promi
nent eases ever handled by the attor
ney was the $5M,0M Ubel suit brought
against William R. Hearst, the pub
lisher, by former governor HaskeU.
Mr. Smith worked up the evidence for
The dead man was born in St Louis,
Mo and was 47 years of age at the
time of death. He is survived by a
wife and two daughters.
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presidteg.
Smith et at, vs. Dominy et al., tres
pass to try title suit; en trial.
HALEY EELEASED AND
GIVES UP TO PFLUG
Monte Haley was discharged from
custody Tuesday afternoon by Judge
Dan M. Jackson, in Sith district court.
His release followed the hearing of
habeas corpus proceedings. Haley at
once voluntarily surrendered to John
Pflug, the Cincinnati officer, who
came here after him. and will return
to Cincinnati to answer to the charge
of obtaining money under false pretenses.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Nov. 19. Late re
turns from Wyoming counties give the
Republicans control of each house and
a majority of eight on Joint ballot in
the twelfth legislature. As Republicans
are all pledged under the state primary
law, this means senator F. E. warren's
reelection as United States senator.
SAT THE OFFICIALS
Because there were only 52 inmates
at the county jail for breakfast Tues
day morning, the officials say there is
a noticeable decrease in crime in El
Paso. Last year at the corresponding
time there were ISO. Two years ago
there were 185. For the latter amount
the government is given the credit,
it being said there were 82 Chinamen,
in addition to some revolutionists, held
there then as its guests.
Regina Rosen wasser two and one half
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Rosenwasser, died at the family home.
117 West Boulevard Monday. Funeral
services were held at the residence
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock and
were conducted by rabbi Martin Zielon
ka. Interment was made in the Jewish
J. M. HAWKINS.
The bodv of J. M. Hawkins who died
in this city Friday night, at the age
of IS years, will be taken to Alma.
Kans.. tonight by his father. He had
been in El Paso about six months, hav
ing come here with his parents in
search of health.
41ST BISTRIOT CORT.
A,3L WaJfliaU, jresldtag.
Case seMlags, -Bfeeember IS:
7974 TeHee vs Guerra.
8394 JFofafc -vs Moetler. et aL
8992 Pigs v-s Meadows et al., (non
resident). 903 Slices vs K. P. i & W (nonresidents).
Case settings, December 19:
8473 Sllbert vs Green Gold,
9023 Russell .Wheel & Foundry
company vs E P. S. W. et sX
8794 Newman vs McKlroy.
8942 Thornton "s Fogg.
A. S. J. Sylac, PreflMiwg.
A. J. FaUan vs King Worley, sua
on account; oa trial.
Krak&uer, Zork & Moye -vs H. Mc
Lees, suit on well drilling contract;
settled by agreement.
K. B. McCllntcclc, Presiding-.
J. G. Adams, charged with forgery;
bound over to grand jury on $2000.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
DOCTORS THROWN- OUT IN
AUTO WRHCK NEAR FORT.
Drs. Felix P. Milter and K. R. Car
penter, of El Paso. Dr. Leroy Peters,
of Silver City, and another doctor from
Albuquerque, X. M.. had an exciting
experience when their auto turned over
u in em on tne county road near r
Fort Bliss Monday night. The chauffer,
whose lights went out, leaned over to i
..-. ...o .luuiunau, wi3 WUCTH SirUOK
a culvert and the machine toppled over.
The chauffer came to town, got another
machine and took the physicians home.
GTJARDBD BY DETECTIVES,
WOMAN SCORNS M0RM0NISM
Pueblo, Colo, Nor. 19. While detec
tives stood on either side of her, Mrs.
D. B. Wells, of Chicago, delivered a pub
lic address here on "Mormonism."'
Mrs. Wells told the police here that
she is being followed over the country by
several men who are seeking to do her
harm because of the stand she has taken
Detectives who are guarding Mrs.
Wells at her hotel here, it is said, will
be "resent when she speaks tonight.
GRKGG PASSES THROUGH,
A. S. Gregg, vice president of the
Frisco lines, passed through El Paso
enroute to San Antonio Tuesday
morning. He occupied private car No.
1101. and came in over the Southern
among remedies for ailments of
the Stomach, Liver and Bowels is
It has been in the "contest" for
60 Tears and has helped thou
sands back to Jualth, Trv a bottle.
NO NEW EVIDENCE IN
SECOND TRIAL OP SNEED
Fort Worth. Tex- Nov. 19 V .
I terial fact9 were brought out in today's
"""" ui w Bctona inn i oi j. j). oneed,
charged with the murder of Capt. A. G.
Bovee. Witnesses in the proceedings
went over practically the same ground
covered in the first trial of the case.
CRIPPLE CREEK HOUSE
WRECKED WITH DYNAMITE
Cripple Creek, Colo., Nov. 19. Un
known persons early todav dvnamited
a house in the segregated district occu
pied bv Pearl Lavin. of Denver. The
dynamiting is believed to have fulfilled
a threat made in two letters signed "A
Mother," which have been received
through the mails in the last two weeks.
PREPARE FOR ANNUAL
EXAMINATION OP CHILDREN
Arrangements are being made by the
health authorities for the annual ex
amination of all pupils of the city
schools for eye, ear, nose and throat
ailments. The examinations will be
made at the schools by the local physi
cians free and a card will be given
each pupil showing the condition of the
enna s health as shown by the examination.
! FOR SALE I
H A swell six room residence H
H north-west corner Arizona and m
jH Octavia $5300 00 This is con- jl
H siderably less than cost t" Hj
Hj owner B
I T. M. Hervey I
tare Lobby Cigar Store. fl
I WARD OFF SERIOUS ILLNESS
says the Little Doctor.
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Mustard Cerate rubbed in 'well niirhf
and morning will relieve a cold in no '
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is likely to leave you with. Colds pro
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Rheumatism, Pleurisy and neuralgia
and should be checked at an early
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will relieve Lumbago, Sore Throat,
Congested Lungs, Lame Back, Stiff
ness of Joints. Sore Muscles, Head
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Napkins, Tray Goths
and Doilies must be beautifully
laundered cr Ac effect of the
table setting k spoiled!
At thk laundry we wash mem
under sanitary condtUonc, iron
them smooth, absolutely no string
marks, deliver then spotlessly
CLEAN and WHITE.
Why not try our work on
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