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EL PASO HEUALD
The Calisher Department Store Co., Inc.
8 a. m. to 11 a.
8 a. m.to 11 a. m.
Limit 5 yards Basement.
15c Kimono Flannelettes
Thursday only 1 1
g a. ni. to 11 1. m A AC
Limit 10 yards Main Floor.
Unloading the regular stocks to make room for Holi
day goods goes merrily on seems the crowds know
just where to look for the best values they all come
to Calisher' s the big store with the little prices! To
induce early shopping, We begin a season of extra
special values, to be sold only between the hours of 8
and 11, and from 1 1 to 2 p. m., thus dividing the rush
of the evening.
All Day Thursday Xtra Special !
Women's Fine Coat Siiits $19.50
1 5c Fringed Huc
Thursday only 11
8 a. m. to 11 a. m A J. C
limit 6 Main Floor.
50c Evening Crepes
Thursday only 97
8 a. m. o 11 a. m I Q
Limit 10 yards Main Floor.
15c Dress Flannelettes
rbursday only Q
! a. rn.tolla.rn -
limit 16 yards Basement.
200 yd. sp. Kings
irsday only f"
11 a. m, 3 for JV
Limit 6 spools-r-lst Floor.
5c card Dress Fasteners
Thursday only c n
Limit 3 cards 1st Floor.
Thursday only Ofir
All day long JK
Limit 5 yards Basement.
$1.25 Full Size Bed
Thursday only Q55f
U day Tfong 70C
No limit Basement.
De Bevoise Brassieres
All day long
No limit ?nd Floor.
All day long
No limit 2nd Floor.
These suits present a choice of perhaps 26 dis
tinct models and are aetually worth up to as
high as $32.50. Beautifully designed blue or
black models, brown diagonals and novelty
weaves in plain tailored or trimmed styles.
with cutaway or straight coats, and skirts of
the newest pattern. We offer you the pick
of all these handsome suits Thursday at much
less than the real d 1 f E? "k
Women's Wraps For
Evening Wear A
Thursday Extra Spec
ial .plc5. it)
Handsome Opera capes, in a choice of the most
desired evening shades, richly trimmed worth
as much as 522.50, Ai n J7E
Handsome Tailored Skirts
at $3.95 and $4.75A
Skirts of the season's best models, in faney
weaves or plain shades, prettily trimmed, for
small women and misses only. The real worth
of these skirts is from ?6.00 to ?7.50.
A corset that di (frp
meets the rigid pl Up 10 $3
requirements of the most fashionably
dressed woman at a price to please
the most prudent, without sacrificing
a single necessary point, in material
or construction. The extreme low
bust long skirt models for the slen
der figure, and the medium or high
bust for stout figures are shown in
the many desired styles of materials
and prices. Let our Expert Corsetiere
fit you "with a "Majestic." "We know
their worth and we want you to
MEN'S WEAR-THURSDAY EXTRA SPECIAL
i a m
s IlV I
11 a. m.to 2 p.m.
35 in. Blk. Silk Taffeta
Thursday only gQ
11 a-, m. to 2 p. m OaC
Limit 1 dress pattern.
. S. Merc. Huck
Thursday only y J
11 a. m. to 2 p. m. 2 for50C
Regular 25c t eh 1st Floor.
Children s $1.25 Dresses
11 a. Bi. to 2 p. m
Limit 2 Basement
Dark Outing Flannels
Thursday only q
11 a. m. to 2 p. m C
Limit 10 yards Basement.
15c Dress Ginghams
Thursday only -
11 a. m. to 2 p. m A AC
Limit 10 yards 1st Floor.
15c Bar La Perla Soap
Thursday only 7 lln
11 a. m." to 2 p. m VC
Limit 2 1st Floor.
25c 1 Ifr Fr. Camb.
Thursday only g
11 a. m. to 2 p. m IOC
Limit 1 box 1st Floor.
Men's $1.2S Flannelette Night
otes, with silk braid and
Men's ?1.25 Flannel
Men's Extra Heavy Fleeced Cotton Under
Men's Fine Shirts, Worth to $1.25 and $1.50
Slightly soiled pay the laundry 10c and save 71c, Thursday rf
an excellent assortment of nifty patterns, all sizes OtC
IHirior 1 III W v-' Kfl
tpl.&ts L.crt && I tl S?! m& 2&&&3n (ffiSd
v-"y J&sm 1 IS wl IfUl 1 'SBS.
9xMmJMl jmJSWVMx imCStiml wSl Limit 1 2nd Floor- I
"" " "" " .-- ... - -- , iim ""M'M'M'
$1.50 36 in. Velvet
Thursday only rf 4 a
All day all shades. , J) A . A v?
No limit 1st Floor.
$1.50 Linen Table
Thursday only A -t q
All day long p JL 1 &
No limit 1st Floor.
65c Linen Table
Thursday only Cf
All day long DUC
No limit 1st Floor.
Thursday only OO
AH day long l?OC
Limit 1 2nd Floor.
TO TEST NEW SILO
AT STATE COLLEGE
Is Tartly Filled With Corn and Sor-
(Ia Which Will Be Fed te
The office of The Herald for Lac
Cruces is the Post Office News and
Cigar Store. Arrangements can be
made here for those who want to
subscribe and wish their papers de
livered each right.
State College, N. M.. Nov. 26. The
new silo on the college farm has been
partially filled with corn and sorghum,
which 'will be fed to the college live
stock in about 60 days. The first year's
use of this silo will be an experiment,
and next year it will be filled with
different kinds of standard feeding
-tuffs, and definite experiments and
tests will be made to ascertain the
value of silage fed under New Mexico
Eczema AN Over Baby's Body.
"Wljen my baby was four months
old hts face broke oat with eczema,
and at sixteen months of age, his face,
hands and arms were in a dreadful
state. The eczema spread all over his
body. We had to put a mask or cloth
over his face and tie up his hands.
Finally we gave him Hood's Sarsapa
rilla and in a few months he was-entirely
cured. Today he is a healthy
boy." Mrs. Inez Lewis, Baring, Maine.
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood dis
eases and builds up the system.
Get it today in usual liquid' form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
conditions to different livestock. The
silo preserves the. feeding stuff in
about the same way that canned vege
tables are kept.
C. ll. Laidlaw, of Fairview, N. JC, and
one of the early settlers of this state,
visited the college on his way home
from 1 Paso, where he went to look
up a possible location to spend the
Juan Chavez is a new student from
Hillsboro, N. M., to enrol in the special
preparatory department. Ian McTavish,
trom Magdalena, i is another new stu
dent taking an industrial course.
A. B. Sage, accompanied by R. M
Wilcox, made a trip to El Paso in the
The football championship for New
Mexico and Arizona will be decided on
Thanksgiving day at Jones' Park in Las
Cruces, when the N. M. M. I. boys from
RosweU and the N. M. A. C. war-
, ..v.wu .. wu. but. wv.a& Uid W pMXJ UlC
j last game of the season. The Aggies
auueu unuuuer leai io cneir caienaar or
gridiron victories when they met the
varsity at Albuquerque and defeated
them to the tune of 27 to 0. However,
the result of this game does not gie
them any advantage over the cadets,
as the latter also defeated the varsity
by a large score. Moreover, Lane, quar
terback of the Aggies, was injured in
the last game and may not be able to
play Thanksgiving. This will give the
Roswell boys an advantage, as thev
have a very strong team. The Cham- i
pionship of New Mexico and Arizona
was won by the college last year, and it
intends to hold It, but the hoped for
victory on Thanksgiving day will oe
a hard earned one for the Aggies.
The department of animal husbandry
is about to instal an apparatus for the
making of cheese for experimental
work in classes. The object is to de
termine the value of a small cheese
making plant for the average New
Mexico farmer or rancher owning
cows It is believed that the results
obtained by these experiments will
cause an increased interest in the pos
sibilities Of a small rinmiwlli- rliu.9.
factory on farms and ranches in th I
LAS CRUCES MUSIC CLUB
HOLDS AN OPEN MEETING
Las Cruces, N. M., Nov. 20. The
meeting of the Music club was held at
the home of W. J. Stevens, on Amador
street. Mrs. L. A. Broaddus had
charge of the program, which was as
"O! Happy Eyes," chorus. Music club.
"Message of Love," flute and piano,
Mr. and Mrs. Frenger.
"Pleading," vocal solo. Miss Edith
"Go, Song of Mine," chorus; (a) Chan
son Tfe Matin; (b) Chanson De Nult;
violin, Mrs. Sexton; Piano, Mrs. Stevens.
"Fly, Singing Bird, Fly," chorus; vio
lins, Mrs. Sexton, Mr. Bossyns.
"Country Dance," piano duet. Miss
Lute Foster and Mrs. Holt.
This was one of the open me tings of
the club to which each member had
three invitations to extend to their
friends. Refreshments were served.
The home of Mr. Stevens has been re
modeled to accommodate the Music
club. The next meeting will be held
two weeks later.
w. W. Cox, county treasurer, is now
convalescing from an attack of pneu
monia and is able to be about the
Mr. Breeden. who has been a recent
guest at the home of W. W. Cox, has
left for his home at Cuero, Tcxls, in
order to be at home for the soc-illed
"turkey trot," in which it is expected
that 10.000 turkeys will -be shown in
a parade. Cuero raises the mob I tur
keys or any place in the southwest.
Engineer Homer J. Uault has re
turned from a business trip to Bl Paso.
V. R. James is in Deming on business
in connection with hi3 ex tons' re lai-.d
The Sew and So club met at the home
of Mrs. Chas. Post. A full attendance
was present. Refreshments were
The Women's Home Missionary so
cieties of the Methodist, Baptist and
Presbyterian churches are holding
union meetings daily this week. On
Thursday the meeting will be in the
Baptist church at tliree p m.
Miss Hilda Dittmar, who has been
visitins at the home of Frank Islas,
has scarlet fever and the home is quar
antined. Abbie Ilese and Wm. Martin, who
nave been quite ill, are improving
FINER VI. OF MAJ. 3IOSS.1IAN
LARGELY ATTE.VDBD AT VADO
Berino. N. M., Nov. 20. Maj. Moss
man's remains were laid to rest in the
Vado cemetery. Many relatives and
friends came to pay their last respects.
Mrs. Bruce, a daughter of the deceased,
accompanied the remains- from Flori
da; Mrs. M. L. Todd, a sister of Maj.
Mossman, came from San Franefsco,
Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Thad Mossman and
sons. Eramett and George, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Dana Mossman and sons, Francis and
Harvey, all of Deming, and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Hanna and son, Bruce, of San
MaVcial; Mr. and Mrs. J. Isaacs, of Las
Cruces, also attended. Burton C. Moss
man, eldest son, was unable to attend
the funeral, as he is in the Presby
terian hospital in Chicago, having un
dergone a very seriou3 operation.
Mrs. Todd will spend the winter, vis
iting her niece and nephew in New
Mr. Hanna returned to his home in
San Marcial immediately, but Mrs.
Hanna will be here for a few days,
visiting her brother, Walter Mossman.
Mrs. Bruce will go to Deming to
visit her brothers before returning to
her home in Florida.
Mr and Mrs. Fay Sperry and Mrs.
Merrill and baby, of Las Cruces, were
on their way to El Paso in Mr. Sper
ry's machine. When about a mile
below Berino station, they ran into a
mud hole, where they remained for
four hours, and finally had to get the
county mules to pull them back onto
the county road.
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally if
you would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly. Get the dollar size
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP.
With each bottle there is a free HER
RICK'S RED PAPPER POROUS PLAS
THR for the chest Sold by Scott White
& Co., three stores.
OK" MURDER CHARGE
Xejrro Trooper at DobcIbs Denied Bail;
Work on DourIbm Railroad Stn
! tlon May Be Delayed
I Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 20. Private John
I H. Landies, D troop. Ninth cavalry, was
' held without bail to await the action
of the superior court upon the charge
of murder in the first degree, preferred
on account of the death of private Wil
I liam C. Griffin. This procedure fol-
lowed a lengthy hearing before justice
, Ben Rice. The prosecution, represent
' ed by county attorney Gilmore, intro
duced four witnesses who failed to es
tablish the self defence that Landies
claimed as his motive. The defence
vaived further hearing when the state
Invitations have been received by
mayor Hankins, members of the city
council and chief W. J. Nemecfc, of the
fire department, from W. W. Arm
strong, of the El Paso fire department,
to attend the trial of the new triple
combination auto engine. The exact
date was not named.
J. F. Walker has been appointed fore
man of the road between this place and
Bisbee and will at once begin repairing
this section of the state road, which
is also a part of the Borderland auto
mobile route. Later, according to dep
uty state engineer James A. Parker,
the road will be resurfaced and oiled.
This will require an expenditure of
approximately ? 20,000.
The local Elks' lodge is preparing to
observe December 1 as Memorial day
Superior judge William F. Cooper, of
Tucson, has been invited to deliver the
memorial address and has accepted.
On account of tbe car shortage and
a number of rush orders ahead, which
will prevent immediate shipment, the
construction of the Douglas depot will
I probably be delayed to a great extent.
Mr. Bevan does not expect his steel
to be delivered for three months and
this will serve to delay concrete work
for the foundations.
The prize kill of the year was made
in the Ajo mountains by Jose de la
Luna, of A?ua Prieta, when he brought
down a huge black bear, after pumping
several shots into the beast. The ani
mal's carcass was imported by a local
meat market It weighed 1200 pounds
when placed upon the scales.
MISSING EIVE WEEKS
i Friend Fear for tke Safety of Three
Well Kboub Jien iid hcqi jbiw
Friends here are greatly worried over
failure to hear from the hunting party
composed of M. B. Keator, T. a Chap
pell and V. W. Moore, which left this
city over five weeks ago for a hunt in
the mountains to the northwest of this
place. It is said that not even the most
intimate acquaintances and friends
have received letters from the men,
and it is feared that misfortunes have
befallen them. If no word is received
within the next few days, it is said
that a searching party will be formed.
A hunting party composed of R. L
Patterson, w. H. Roberts and Leon
Jones, left Tucumcarl this morning for
a month's hunt in the Taylor moun
tains near Gallup, N. M. They took with
them over 100 steel traps and will trap
for wolves and other fur bearing ani
mals. LABOR DELEGATES
FIGHT SHERMAN LAW
Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 20. An all day
discussion of the Sherman anti-trust
law, as interpreted in the Danbury Hat
ters case, prevented consideration by
the American Federation of Labor con
vention of the report of the committee
on education, on the resolution favor
ing industrial unionism.
Whn discussion of the Sherman law
was ended the question of taking steps ;
to encourage its amenameni was re
ferred back to the Committee on the
Speakers arraigned the Sherman law
as a menace to the right of workers to
associate for purposes of common in
terest On this point there was agree
ment; but a difference of opinion arose
as to the best means to combat the law.
Members of the radical wing of the
convention argued that political action
through a party organised In the
workers' interest was the only means.
President Gompers and other members
of the conservative wing held that the
remedy lay in the election to congress
of labor men, of whatever political af
filiation, and agitation against the law
by time honored methods. Whatever
means is employed, it was the conven
tion's sentiments that the law, in the
words of president Gompers, must be
"amended or ended!
On All Our
Not a going out of business sale,
but simply this: We have too
many garments at this season of
the year and to effect a quick
clearance we've marked every
garment in the house down to
the lowest margin.
Remember, no old or shopworn
suits but every one brand new,
up-to-the-minute in style.
$30.00 Suits for $25.00
$25.00 Suits for $20.00
$22.50 Suits for $18,95
mrni wear B9B
War Declared on Rats, Mice and Roaches
BORDER OFFICERS ARE
GIVEN NEW POSITIONS.
Patrol troops are being depleted of
commanders to feed, forage and pay
the soldiers. Three officers from the
border patrol have been ordered from
their commands to become quarter
masters, in the quartermaster corps.
Which was recently organized and
which includes the sustenance, commis-
Infantry, has been ordered to report
to Fort Bliss on December 3 to be
come post quartermaster in charge of
the three branches of the new quarter
masters' corps- Capt George E.
Stewart of the 22d Infantry. B com
pany, has been detailed to the quar
termaster corps, but has not yet been
given an assignment Capt C. E.
Hawkins, Second cavalry, has also
been transferred to the quartermas
ter corps corps and is awaiting his
assignment to station.
Capt Watts will go to Fort Whip
ple. Ariz., to bring his household
goods to Fort Bliss, where he will
make his home.
It has been scientifically demonstrated that rats are
directly responsible for the spread of Bubonic Pbsaa
and other dreadful diseases, aod it is the imperative
duty of everyone to exterminate these pests by asms;
Rat and Roach Paste
Used snccessfuBy during the pest 35 years througboat
the entire civilized world. It is ready for use. better
than traps, and cannotbtow into food like extermina
tors in powder form.
Goremment Department aed Board of PofcSc
Health repeat their ordar for tfeouiand. of boxes.
Money tack SkfoSt. Be .orn.toict tbe genuine.
&oz.box25c, I6oz. boxSI.OO.
Sold by Aagaute eyerywhere.
STEAMS' ELECTMC PAST? Ct, CWeafO, HBrnk.
WOMAN KILLED; MAN
STABBED AT CANANEA
lished, but his companion's identity is
unknown. Joseph Von Plaszyusky was
Vogel's right name, according to police
records. Several times he "wept on hts
way out of coarf," when charged wita.
robbery, hence the "weeotn theif."
Gen. Gil Passes Through There, Going
to tbe Front as Chief of the Mili
tary of the State.
Cananea, Son., Mex., Nov. 20. Lola
Garcia, aged 20 years, was killed in
her home here by Antonio Caballero, ac
cording to officers. He was her former
sweetheart. The woman was stabbed
seven times. One wound was in the
face and the others in the breast. The
slayer escaped. The cause of the crime
is said to have been a quarrel over li
pesos which the man owed the woman,
who conducted a restaurant. The slayer
is reported to have once killed an officer
in Tombstone, Ariz.
which includes the sustenance, comaiis- Marti Nemallich a skilnlBel. at the j id lame cfcbuRhT oa by
?rVt?ts.PofyD6ctmnyS"of t?eP 18th Ulter, was stabbed by an unknown ??sles.a,unna?Sril 'drSnl' tlJ ft
P. Watts, of u company, ox tne xain Jt... .ii - v: 0- v:B -, f vm,k k.. k-o Ji mnv
MibAibM, tu, warn. w TTmj w .avwu.
$3.50 Recipe Free, For
Send Nane asd Address Teday-.
Yob Caa Have It Free asd Be
Strofig asd Yigerw.
They Make Von Feel Good.
The pleasant purgative effect pro
duced by Chamberlain's Tablets and
the healthy condition of body and mind
which they create make one feel Joy
ful. For sale by all dealers.
LEASE OF RANGE WILL
COST $32.46 EACH YE.;R"
Lease of the new rifle range for Fort
Bliss will cost $32.46 a year, ac-ording
to advice received by the ehamber of
commerce from Robert P. Ervien, land
coirmissioner of New Mexico. There arc
1649.23 acres m section 2, township 25,
south of range 4 east in Dona Ana couii
I ty. The rental is figured at the rate
1 of 5 cents per acre each year.
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Which is Better Try an Uxpcrlment or
Profit by an Bl Paso Citizen's
Something new is an experiment.
Must be proved to be as represented.
The statement of a manufacturer is
not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement or friends is.
Now supposing you had a bad back,
A Lame, Weak or Aching one.
Would you experiment on it?
You will read of many so-called cures.
Endorsed by strangers from rar-away
It's different when the endorsement
comes from home.
Easy to prove local testimony.
Home endorsement is the proof that
backs every box of Doan's Kidney Pills.
Read this case.
Mrs. Frank J. Bryce, 1125 Wyoming
SU El Paso, Texas, says: "I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and they did me
a world of good. When I began to suf
fer from kidney trouble I procured
Doan's Kidney Pills right away as they
had previously been used in our fam
ily with excellent results. I was quick
ly and permanently cured. I can high
ly recommend Doan'3 Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Advt ,
He was accosted by his assailant in front
of the postoffice, and, as he continued
up the street towards the Cananea club,
the man went with him. -N; they passed
through a dark portion of the road, the
man stabbed JNemanich with a stilletto,
or some narrow dagger, and the blade
plunged through a leather bill book in
Kemanich's pocket and entered the right
chest, striking a rib. The assailant es
caped, and Nemankh went to the hospi
tal, where he is now hein? cared for. No
cause for the assault i known.
Gen. U. Gil passed through Cananea
yesterday on his way from Agua Prieta
to Torin, the military oase of Sonora,
where he will assume his new duties as
chief of the military of the state. He
succeeds Gn. R. Velasco.
Mrs. James Clayton entertained at
bridge recently. The honors were award
ed Mrs. L. A.'Hagy, first, and Miss Ella
TOMBSTOHE MAK GETS
PATEMT OW WIRE FEMCE
Tombstone. Ariz- Nov. 20. Charles
Frederick, of this citv. has just received
from the natent office in Woahintrtnn
! naivera covei-incr a new wire fence. The
point in favor of his invention is that
stock may run up against the fence with
out "being cut, but they cannot go
through the fence without inviting cut
ting. The wire is a strong ribbon-like
wire, similar to a steel measuring tape,
with the barbs standing straight up and
down, and the cutting occurs when a
person or animal goes through the fence j
and not in going against it.
MUST FURWISH PHI .0 10
GET MEXICAN MILEAGE BOOS
El Pasoans desiring to get mileage
books on the National Railways of Mex
ico must have their pictures taken.
These photos must be one inch -by one
inch and one-half in dimensions. To
gether with a blank secured at the local
office thev must be forwarded to the
general office at Mexico City Th pho
tograph i then attached to th. cr rtifi
cate, which must be secured bv the per
son desiring the mileage books before
they can be issued at the local office.
Af TOPSY .B.BVKAI.S FACT THAT
DKTKCTIVBS KIL.LKD YOGKb
New York. N. Y. Nov. 20. Henry
Vogel. "weeping thief" and "Fagin."
master of more than 40 girl thieves
who stole for him. died fighting when
trapped in a Bronx hotel.
He did not turn his 11 -shot automatic
pistol on himself, as reported, after he
had shot one man to death and wound
ed four others, but he and the woman
who 'was known as his wife were killed
by bullets from detectives' revolvers, as
shown at the autop,j
Vogel's identity was easily estab
f have in my possession a prescrip
tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor.
weakened manhood, railing memory
of youth, that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right in tneir own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
have a copy. So I nave determined to
send a copy of the prescription fred of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write me
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study
cf men and X am convinced it is the
surest-acting combination for the cura
of deficient manhood and vigor failure
ever put together.
I think I owe it to my fellow mas
to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
ma stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I be
lieve is the quickest-acting restorative,
upbuilding. SPOT TOUCHING remedy
ever devised, and so cure himself at
heme quietly and quickly. Just drop
me a line like this: Dr. A. B. Robinson,
4049 Luck Building. Detroit. Mich., and
I will send yon a copy of this splen
did recipe in ar plafn ordinary envelope
free of charge. A. great many doctors
would charge 93.40 to $5.00 for merely
writing out a preecrtDtion like this
but I send it entirely free. Adv.
Beyond the Law
The great English prize novel, en
dorsed by W. J. Locke, A. C. Ben
son and A."E. W. Mason. We have
much pleasure in announcing that
after earerally reading and com
paring the merits of the MSS.
submitted to us in Mr. Andrew
Melrose's Prise Novel Competition,
we have individually and unani
mously given first place to the
And we therefore declare the au
thor the winner of the prize of
Cnrraii's Book Store