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MARRIED UFE THE THIRD YEAR
The Dawsons Invite Them
for Dinner, but Are Not at
Nome When They Come.
EL PASO HERALD
There Aye People
who Want glasses made for special
purposes, as for auiomobiling, shoot
ing, golfing, etc. We are' so well
equipped at all points that we can
do special as rapidly as regular work,
without sacrificing a jot of thorough
ness or correctness.
El Paso Optical
Opticians to the Southwest
I 'U b fmk AyVW ? (CiB?Kta 3?wT ( it tA i Jl rU Id
Everybody s Doing It"
Regent $ .50 Shoes
215 El Paso Street
Half Block South of Nen Hold.
FOUR PERSIANS ARE
Are First Foreigners Other Tfeaa Xei-
laatm t Seek AAartssim at This
Port Ik Six Months.
Four Persians, the first foreigners
other than Mexicans to apply for ad
mission to the United States at the
local immigration office during: the
pa-st six months, were refused admit
tance at the Santa Fe street bridge
The men, all of them almost as dark
as Moors, and all wearing heavy black
mustaches, said that they wanted to
come to El Paso to. make their homes
They had come all the way from Af
ghanistan and had been in Mexico for
some time. They came to Juarez over
the Mexican Central road and immedi
ately sought admittance.
Because they had no visible Beans
of support they were denied the right
to come into this country. One bf
them, taller than the others, spoke
English quite well. He acted as
spokesman for the others.
A Mexican family, aesiring to go to
California, was also denied admittance
on Tuesday because the father was
Immigration has been light for the
past six months, but now and then a
few Mexican laborers come across pre
pared to go to Kansas or California
to work. It is expected that once the
Mexican Central railroad resumes op
eration, there will be a large influx
of men to this Country in search of
employment on section gaiigs and in
H, Tm so sorry, but we can't
we're dining out tonight-"
. . "Isn't It too bad? I.
should love to go!" ... "I don't
know," doubtfully, "hold the phone
Til ask him."
"Warren was putting his pearl studs
in a dress shirt when Helen ran in ex
citedly. "Oh. dear, the Stevens have a box for
the "Ixst Illusion" for tonight! They
want us to come even If we can't get
there until late. Could we?" eagerly.
"Certainly not." frowning at a finger
mark on his shirt front. "Nice time to'
"But the box was just giyen them
this evening they couldn't ask us
"Well, if we dfne with the Dawsons,
we'll spend the evening there. Don't
think I'm going to rush off right after
dinner, do you?"
"No, I suppose not," murmured Helen
reluctantly, as she went back to the
phone to tell Mrs. Stevens they could
A Business Friend.
But Mrs. Stevens insisted that she
would leave a couple of seats at the
box office in case they could come.
"Now hurry up there," called Warren,
as Helen went back to her dressing
room. "Dawson said 7 we don't want
to be late."
Mr. Dawson was a new business
friend of Warren's and -while Helen
and Mrs. Dawson had exchanged calls,
this was their first dinner.
"You're not going to wear a hat?"
demanded Warren as a few moments
later Helen came out drawing on her
"Why, yes, dear: it's only a dinner.
We needn't go so formally, need we?"
"Well, this is one of the places we're
going to right. Take off that hat. I've
"A taxi! Oh, couldn't we have .gone j
in the subwayr'
But Warren did not deign to answer
this. Helen wont back, took of her
hat and threw a light scarf over her
hair. She also changed her shoes for
a pair of evening slippers, which she
had thought too dressy for the subj
i way. But since they were going In a
cab she might as well wear mem. n
was evident Warren wanted her to look
as well as she could.
A moment later the taxi cab was an
nounced. "It's too bad that everything should
come in one night." murmured Helen,
as they drove off. "That was the play
I was so anxious to see the "Lost Il
lusion." and this is the last week."
"Well, it's a darn sight more impor
tant to dine with Dawson than go to
any play. He's pulled off some mighty
big deals latel, and if I can interest
him in our company, it'll mean a whole
lot. While I think of it. he's got a
fine collection of old prints that's his
hobby. He'll probably show them, so
for Heaven's sake try to seem inter
ested. Don't act like you did the other
night when Wilson showed us those
coins. By George you looked bored to
"Why, dear, 1 didn't!" Indignantly
"Only I don't know anything about
coins, and I thought it better to keep
still than to make stupid comments."
"Don't know anything either," ad
mitted Warren, "but I faked it, and
you can too, if you want to."
This did not add to Helen's prospect
of a pleasant evening. It was hard
enough for her to dine with compara
tive strangers, but to feel that she
must try to talk and pretend a knowl
edge of something about which she
knew nothing always terrified her
The cab drew up before ine imposing
Dawson," Warren announced briefly to
the boy at the switchboard.
They're 'ot In."
"Mr. Dawson is not in sir," the boy
informed them a moment later
"Announce us to Mrs. Dawson, then,"
said Warren, curtly.
Another moment's wait and then the
boy said, stolidly.
"Mr. and Mrs. Dawson have both
"Gone out?" murmured Helen, in
"Of course not," scoffed Warren
"That's a mistake. Now you get this
thing right,' severely to the boy. "I
want you to announce Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis to Mr. Dawson's apartment."
"Well, I had their maid on the wire,"
sullenly. "She says they're gone out
to dinner. I'll ring her back, you can
talk to her yourself."
Warren turned to a desk phone near
by and the boy connected him.
"Hello! Is this Mr. Dawson's apart
ment? Will you say that Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis are here. What's that?" sharp
ly. "What message did they leave?"
Helen was standing by listening
breathlessly. The maid's shrill voice
carried beyond the 'phone, but she
could not make out the words.
With a" mutered exclamation War
ren slammed up the receiver and strode
toward the door. Helen followed, her
heart in her throat. What could It
Outside Warren stalked along, his
face crimson with rage. Helen had
almost to run to keep beside him. A.
dozen breathless questions were whirl
ing through her mind, but she dared
.. .l- thm She was afraid to ques
tion nim when he was In a mood like
Thy had gone almost tw.o blocks be
fore he spoke. Then he snarled sav
agelv: "He'll Pay for This."
"Dawson will pay for this, all right!
I'll get square Just wait aim
"Hut what did tue mam say,
"Say? What could she say, but that
they'd gone out"
"And hadn't left anv message r
"Not a word." , .
"But maybe some one was ill and
sent for them." suggested Helen
soothingly, 'a'n accident or something.
I'M art i,- nv niiui l liic w
w i as n avivaa ! v
sage' , nomine "" . ;,.
But dear, where are we go"
Helen was hobbling along painfully in
her thin high-heeled slipplISi,,r to
We're not going home nothing to
eat there. Where are we now? for
m his rage he had walked bHndly on
not noticing where they went. We H
take a taxi and go to some restau-
""nother taxlcab! But Helen did njt
iare protest And when finally they
were seated In an expensive uptown
restaurant, she could only Jo on ""J"
happily, while Warren ordered an ex
travagant dinner. It seemed as
.K;,th was trying to soothe Ma
wounded vanity by 'elafsT,,fxJPen:
dlture. The obsequious attention a
waiter always gives to a lavish or
der seemed also soothing.
The DameO There.
Helen nw his savage frown sradu
ally relax under the pacifying "
of the food and wine. At length she
ventured timidly. .h.r
"Dear couldn't we go to the theater,
,.r ii- m. Kicvcm said' shed
leave the 'tickets at, the box office in
case we could come." .,
Warren glanced at his wU. JSup
pose we might as well go there aa
ThUck'ets marked with their name,
were at the box office. The curtain
was up and the usher led them throagh
the back oi me Qmcu -
Continues. Come Early and make your
selections before the best bargains are sold.
Read each item through carefully and note the
savings that are obtainable. In addition to the list of Special Values
quoted below you will find many others equally as good awaiting you
Table Cloths and Lunch Cloths
36x36 bleach Lunch Cloths, highly
mercerized, worth 39c; Of?
Sale price tJ,
60x60 Bleach Table Cloth,
ised, many pretty patterns,
worth $1.00; Sale price
12-4 Bleach Table Cloth, made in Germany, fine imported
goods, worth $3.00; Sale price - -
12-4 bleach Table Cloths, highly mer
cerized, worth $2.00; tf -I AQ
Sale price $1 xO '
10-4 bleach Table Cloths, nnhemmed,
worth $2.25; Sale
60 inch bleach
worth 36c; Sale
Linen Table Sets
70x88 Table Cloth with napkins to
match, all pure linen, worth $7.00:
66x84 Table Cloth (made in Aus
tria) 20 inch napkins to match, all
fine linen, hemstitched, worth
66x66 Sauare TaWe Cloth, with 20
inch napkins. All pare linen, hem
stitched, laundered and ready for
use, worth $12.50; Sale rfQ QQ
72x90 Table Cloths, with 24 inch
napkins to match. All pure linen,
worth $11.00; Sale djo 7E
64 inch bleach Table Damask,
highly mercsfrizedj f beantifkl de
signs, worth 50c; QQ
Sale price OcC
70 inch all pure Linen Table Dam
ask, fine imported goods, worth
$1.00. Sale price, nap- ? f
kins to match i XJC
99 inch mercerized TaWe Damask,
many pretty designs, worth ACk
65e; Sale price frC
72 inch afi pure Linen Table Damask,
worth $1.35. Sale price qo
n pkins to match iOv
84 inch all pare Linen Table Damask,
real Irish lines, for round tables,
worth $&0. Sale price, A f no
Napkins to match pJ..70
The Growth of Our Basement Store
is the very best argument for your continued patronage. We offer the best values
to be found anywhere in El Paso.
entrance of the ".Kensington Arms, a i ""- v -i-nt of tne stage.
imifnnr...) hillmiin mwmed the door. OX at "e "" ",,. j.
"Mr. and Mrs. Curtis to see Mr
As they entered Mr. ana rs. awiu.
i-ii -urnt$;nrei EreeuuRB. am..
TAKE TIME TODAY
TO ASK US WHY
The Inverted Gas Arc Lamp
Is the Best Light
Because you are a live, wide awake, sensible business man you are
going to take up this question of BETTER and CHEAPER light
with us SOME TIME. Why not make that "SOME TIME"
TODAY and come down and let us go over the whole matter to
gether? There will never be a better time and you might just as
well start in NOW to enjoy the wonderfuLbenefits of better lighting
service than you have ever dreamed possible, and the positive
SAVING of ONE-HALF in lighting expense the INVERTED
Wont you come in and let us do this proving today?
El Paso Gas & Electric Co.
to Helens horror she realised that the
two other people In the box were Mr.
... -u niwmnt Fortunately the
) theater was so dark that her involun
tary start ana ine esprraowu "
ren's face were not noticed.
-No no, well stt back herr
whispered Helen, refusing to let . M r.
Stevens place tbelr chairs in the front
of the booc .
Happily it was a long scene, ana
Helen had time to regain her poise.
"Act as though nothing had. hap
pened." she whispered pleadingly to
Warren behind her programme.
But he only growled a curt "Hush!
At last the act was ended and the
lights flared up.
Tm so glad you could come smiled
Mrs. Dawson, turning coramny i
Helen. "We hadn't hoped to see you
before tomorrow evening."
"Tomorrow evening!" gasped Helen.
"Whv, yes; you haven't forgotten
you're "to dine with usT'
"Oh. no," broke in Waren heartily.
"We're looking forward to that. And,
by the way, Dawson; we drove by your
place this evening We were on our
way uptown to a Bohemian club din
ner and thought you and Mrs. Dawson
might lik to join us."
Helen bit her lips and bent lower
over her program.
Warren had always said he stuck to
the truth when he could as it was not
such a tax on the memory but that
when it was necessary he could lie
magnificently." And this was a sample
of his art.
Whose mistake had It been his or
Mr. Dawson's? Helen knew if it had
been Warren's he would probably not
admit it But at least, the fault was
not hers, for Mr. Dawson had phoned
the invitation to Warren himself. For
once something had happened for
which she could not be blamed.
Sule of Rugs & Art Square's Suitable for Hall, Dining Room or Parlor
x9 Brussels Bugs, fhQ QC Bed Spreads, Sheets and Bay Your Mattress Here
worth$12; Speeial . ...P.27Q D:I1.. -.- A-J C- ATMMU
8x9 Axminster Rugs
worth $170; -peeial
9x12 Brussels Rugs. -!l QJ
worth $17.50; specw J) I I ?0
Worth $20.00; special . . .$14.00
9x12 Axminster Rugs 1 Q Of
worth tt'M special j)IOiAO
Worth $27.50; Speeial $22.95
Lace Curtain Specials
1 lot Nottingham lace curtains in
pretty designs, 3 yards long A
worth $1.50 pair; Special ..J?OC
Worth $20 par; Special $1.40
Worth $3.00 pair; Special $1.95
1 special lot stenciled Curtain-Scrim,
in pretty designs and pleasing colors,
worth to 15e yard; in
lain white, cream or ecru Scrim,
worth 20c; 1 C
Couch Covers, 21-2 yards long, in
different design and colore, worth
$2.00; Special tf -9 AQ
Blankets &Bed Comforts
Colored Cotton Blankets, QE
worth $1.25; Speeial OC
14 Cotton Blankets worth $150;
Genuine all pure wool Scotch plaid
blankets, something d?? QEC
good, worth $10; special tpO&0
Bed Comforts, Silkaline cov- QO
ered, worth $1.25; speeial ..tOC
Large size sateen comforts, pretty
designs, worth $3.50; 0 JQ
Down comforts, with fancy silk
coverings, handsome bor- f Q np
n aers, worm $o: special i sj
72x90 ready to use sheets o Q
worth aOe; soeeisl 3iC
72x90 Fruit of the Loom
31x90 Frnit of the Loom
90x90 Pepperell Sheets,
42x36 Pepperell Pillow Gases
42x36 Pillow Cases, worth
1 lot Towels, different kinds,
good lOe values, j
Fall sise crochet Bed Spreads, white
or colored, worth $15; QC
Crochet Bed Spreads, white or colors,
plain or fringed, worth -fl Cf
$2.00; Special J)1.0U
" White crochet Bed Spreads for single
beds, worth 85c; 2 CI
Large ake white spreads, real Mar
seilles patterns, hemmed or fringed;
worth to $8.00; - qq
Bath Robes, assorted colors, can be
made at home, worth J0 Cf
$3.50; Special $6.0U
2S inch cotton Mattress, fancy ticking,
worth $1.75; rf -j qq
And Save Money
30 inch Cotton Mattress, fancy tick
ing, worth $349; q n
46 inch Cotton Mattress, weight
25 lbs., worth $4.00; o p?rv
46 inch. Cotton Mattress, weight
30 tte, worth $650 A A r r
Feather Bed Pillowe
FuB size, worth 50e;
Poll sise, worth 76c;
ladl sise, worth $340$
Fine Enameled Ware .
7 hanksgioihg Specials
Gray TSnamel Turkey Roasters, large
sise, worth $1.25; ofk
Blown, blue or gray enamel turkey
roasters, large sise, A a rj?-
worth $3.00; Special .. $.D
Sheet iron turkey roasters,
worth 50c; Special
Buck or chicken roasters, Ar
double, worth 75e; special.. ft47C
-HOME OF LW EKICE&-
6 & 18 LOveblandSx
Effort to Stop VBdcrground Gondult
LaylBg Until a Franchise Is
Granted by City.
Tombstone, Arix., Nov. 20. City at
torney John F. Ross appeared before
judge F. E. Sutter in the superior court
and secured an order citing the Moun
tain States Telephone company to ap
pear in court on Friday, the 2 2d of
this month, to show cause why an in
junction should not Issue against their
compatay, preventing them from
further working on the underground
system of telephones they are now in
stalling in the city of Bouglas.
The case is a peculiar one In this
respect previous to the incorporation
of the city of Douglas, the Douglas
Improvement company was In opera
tion in the then village of Douglas,
and when Douglas was incorporated
the Improvement company continued to
operate the telephone system without
any interference. About a year ago
the Mountain States Telephone com
pany bought out the telephone system
of the Douglas Improvement company.
A few weeks ago the Mountain States
company began the work of rebuilding
the Douglas system and, at aa expend
iture of $20,000, is now "underground
Ing" the system in Hie city. The city
council claims the telephone company
has no franchise or rights at all and
before proceeding further must get a
franchise. The company has made nc
statement, but it appears that even
If the original company never had a
permit or franchise, it obtained certain
vested rights, for it had been in the
town for over nine years without any
objection on the part of anyone.
The regular meeting of the current
evrats and literature department of the
Woman's dub Is holding- its meeting
thi safterneon at the home of Mrs. w.
The annual banquet of the Toltec
club is to be JNdven tonight at the
club, and a good time is anticipated.
ABOUT DCSTY STREETS.
Merchants are complaining because
the downtown streets are not sprinkled
and the big, street car sprinkler is
rusting out on the Cotton avenue yards
of the street railway company. One
merchant said he had lost much val
uable stock because of the damage the
wind has done to the gods when dis
played in the store. The city con
tend tsat the streets can be cleaned
beter when the sprinkler is not used,
but the merchants say that the streets
are aa dusty five minutes after they
are swept as before, and that the
sprinkling service is necessary when
the stoor doors are kept open.
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A Remarkable Milk Record
Below is a facsimile of tne official report on a sample of our
CERTIFIED milk which we entered at the Interaabooal Dairy Show,
Milwaukee. This sample was 10 DAYS OLD when tester! It was
produced October 15. taken from our stock Oct 16th, put m a tab
packed with ice and shipped by express that night. It arrived m Mil
waukee Oct. 18th, was delivered Oct. 19th, and scored oa the 25th,
ten days old. Arty other milk produced in EI Paso would have been
clabber before k reached Milwaukee, yet OURS scored PERFECT
The winner scored 96.6 and the second was 97.9, both much
closer Jo Milwaukee than we are. '
INTERNATIONAL DAIRY SHOW ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee, October 22-31, 1912.
Score card for Milk.
Class Certified Milk. Exhibit No. 220.
Item score allowed Remarks
Bacteria 35 33 Bacteria found pet cubic centi-
Flavor and Odor t ... 25 2A meter 2550.
Visible dirt 10 "9
Fat 10 10 Per cent found 4.0.
Solids not fat 10 10 Per cent found 8.8.
Acidity 5 5 Per cent found 1.86.
Bottle and cap 5 5
Total 100 96
Exhibitor, El Paso Dairy Co,. 1 Paso, Texas.
Signed by Judges V. C. Stocking, Jr.. E. G. Hastings and A.
Iran C. Weld. Supt Milk Department,
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
(OUR DAIRY HAS NO TUBERCULOSIS)
Telephones 340 and 818. 423 N. Oregon Street
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