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Week-End Specials Partake of the Thanksgiving Spirit
rHIS season, instead of having a regular Thanksgiving Sale, We feature Week-End Specials with special reference to Thanksgiving
needs. While many of the items offered are of a general nature, there are many that will supply nicely the new things you need for
Thanksgiving. - ,
$2. 75 Sweatmr
Strictly all-wool, fasey knit
sweater eoste, double breast
ed, with military roll collar
and two pockets, fancy edge.
CMors red, nary, blade,
brawn, white, tan and gray.
Regular $2.75 Tallies; Sat
urday only, special
Regular $2 all-wool sweater
All-wool fine quality sweat
er coats; rt QC
All-wool sweater coats, all
Two-yard evening scarfs, of
Japonic silk, silk tisane
and Seco silk, in the newest
fs Dresden and Pompadour de
signs, hemstitched ends, reg
ular $155 values; Extra
50c BRASSIERES 36c
Tomorrow we offer any 5e
DeBevoise or H. W. bras
siere, as a weeK-Jsna jsi.
The Store That Sells
Flannelette Kimonos 95c
Long flannelette kimonos, loose and
belted styles, made of good heavy
flannelette, in fancy patterns in all
colors, both light and dark, trimmed
with plain color sateen to -. j
match. These are very nice JS
kimonos for "
Silk Kimonos $1.85
Xice silk kimonos, Empire style, made
of Japanese silk in floral and Oriental
designs, in all colors, including pink,
light blue, Copenhagen, nary, red,
rose, purple and black, trimmed with
plain color silk to sh l a p
St.!6. ...SI .95
Bath Robes $1.48
An Extra Special in bath robes for
Saturday only. Made of faney rob
ing with border effect. Have cord
girdle. Oome in red, navy, Copen
hagen, brown and gray. Saturday
only, we offer these fa 4 yfl O
robes at the very at- Jft Lf
tractive price of V1""
Kid Gloves 89c a Pair
Wrist length, two-clasp gloves made
of fine, soft kid, in black, white and
staple colors. Such gloves are not
usually offered tor less tana .w
a pair; our
Imported, natural color doeskin
gloves, wrist leng&t, worth $1.00 pair;
Heavy cape tan gloves, for walking
arid general street wear, splendid
Imported glace pique kid gloves,
wrist length, guaranteed quality, in
black, white and colors; f - O JT
per pair ipl.Q
Robespierre Bows 25c
We have just received a, big shipment
of this dainty neckwear novelty
the Robespierre bow. Made of satin
back velvet ribbon, trimmed with
Irish crochet lace and ribbon bows.
Week-End Special ey J-
New Christmas novelties fat neck
wear, Robespierre eollars, Ef-
etc-, at choice for OUC
Collars and collar and cuff sets in
Piauea and. Vewse lace; QE
Jewelry Novelties 25c
A special lot of dainty jewelry novel
ties will be offered tomorrow at this
favored, price. The lot includes Cuff
Fin Sets, Bar Pins, Barrettes, Bead
Necklaces, Jewel Boxes, Pearl Cuff
Buttons, Hat Pins, Brooches, Side
Combs, Gold Necklaces and ftp
Pin Cushions. Choice ftOC
$1.50 Silver Mesh
German silver drawstring mesh bags,
full size, with bracelet or -wrist ehain,
ball trimming, regular $1.5 np
values; Week-End Special. ..JOC
SilkiHose 50c a Pair
Full length silk hose, also silk boot
hose having lisle garter top, sole, heel
and toe. Offered in pink, light blue,
tan, navy, lavender, black and white.
Our special, per 50 C
GOOD caracul coats, nicely marked.
Some have Urge shawl collar of
the caracul; others with plush collar
and cuffs. Satin lining, in goW,
purple, black or rose. All sizes up to
44. These coats should sell for not
less than $12.o0; Saturday only we
offer them at
$9.00 Skirts For
A SKIRT special for tomorrow that
should arouse more than or
dinary interest. The skirts in this
special have been selected from regu
lar lines and will be offered at the
reduced price tomorrow only. They
arc plain tailored styles, also fancy
styles with pleats and hips. Button
and self trimmed. The materials are
serges, whipcords. Panamas, mannish
and novelty skirtings and corduroy.
Colors black, brown, gray, navy and
faney mixtures. Regular values up
to $8.00; offered tomorrow only at
Children's Windsor Ties
Windsor 'ties for children, made of
fine quality silk messaline, in plain
colors and plaids, full ftp
length; special value at OC
. Middy Blouses 95c
Middy blouses made of twilled gala
tea, eteia and guaranteed -
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ra.se iat cwur. jh sixers.
$135 Waists and Shirts
Tailored waists and shirts, made of
white mercerized madras, in dainty
figures and stripes. Just 10 down
are offered, so take advantage of this
special early tomorrow rf
morning. 1.25 values; &4 "5f
Week-End Special ,wv
$1.75 Lingerie Waists
New lingerie waists, made of fine,
sheer lingerie cloth, daintily trimmed
with French Val lace and fine net
yoke. Regular $1.75 J g A F
values; Week-End Jft .45
35c Initial Handker
. chiefs 25c
Months ago we placed our orders for
men's and v omen's all-linen initial
handkerchiefs. These handkerchiefs
are now arriving. Though they are
what you have been accustomed to
buying for 35c, they will be offered
this year, beginning tomorrow, at 26c
Special attention is directed to our
showing of 5c handkerchiefs. At this
price we offer superior qualiiq hand
kerchiefs in a variety of styles
plain4 hemstitched, initial, crossbar,
$1.50 Hand Bags $1.00
Goat seal hand bags, all sorts of
shapes and styles, including the new
-wrfat strap" bags. Worth to $1.60;
a?.8.. :...$!. 00
Fitted Hand Bags $1.25
Goat seal hand bags, moire lined, fit
ted with mirror, memo pad, note
book, pencil and coin rt -g ftp
purse. Special value at. .-P J. 0
These corset covers were
made according to specifi
eatioM furnished by us.
The material is nainsook'
muslin, nice and soft, free
from starch. Two styles-, ace
prettily trimmed with lace;
one style is embroidery
trimmed. All sues. Corset
covers like these are usually
sold as high as 75c; our
Our Week-End Millinery Specials
Gontintxingkthe Sale of Mid-Season Models
At An UnderpricetAi
THERE yet retaaAs&ajttple choice from the 500 aud-ewoH models recently
purchased by. aSrfew ' York office. Is oaUtng? jfedV attention to &is
item, we suggest that instead of buying undesirable left-over styles at other
stores you come here and buy the very latest mid-season models at prices that
in no way represent their value.
Two Extra Specials For Saturday
We place on sale tomorrow 0 imported satin finished French felts, in navy,
brown and black. These hats are worth $3.50 and $5.00; A AQ
Week-End Special P 1. TT
100 trimmed hats is a Week-End feature. They represent the very best styles
of the season and there are no two m the offer alike. These
hats are worth from $5.00 to $8.00: Week-End Special at
"THE STORE OF SERVICE."
35c Colgate's Rapid -8fcve
Powder; Extra Special
50c Pebeeo Tooth' Paste
50e Posmai'a Fae Powder
16 or. bottles Peroxide, reg
ular 25c aise; Week-End
Hughes' "Ideal" rubber
cushion hair brushes, sold
regularly for $1.00; Extra
4711 Glycerine Soap; special
50c , bottles of Bradley's
Pore Distilled Witch Hazel;
The SI ere That Sell"
To Sufferers From
Tour attention is invited to an Eng
lish Remedy for tuberculosis which for
sometime has been used in Europe with
wonderful success. Its claims have been
investigated and are vouched for by
, reputable authorities and the benefits
derived by its users are little short of
It is prescribed by English pijtstciaw.
It costs nothing to investigate and it
trtalnly will well repay sufferers from
tuberculosis, in any form, to do so.
Address inquiries to Chas. H. Stevens,
care The Herald. Adv.
liar Chew, Proprietor,
will open Sunday. November 3rd, a
First Class Chop Suey and Noodle
Dining Room, upstairs over Eastern
SrilL Entrance through main dining
TIZ For Sore Feet
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty
Feet. Callouses. Bunions aad Chil
blains, right off. At ail druggists, 25 c
for a big box.
Use Herald Want Ads. '
C P. Hostetter, commercial agent
of the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient
railroad, has returned from Hermo
WARNING TO MANY
Some Interesting Facts Regard
ing Health Statistics
Pew people realise to what extent
their health depends upon the condi
tion of the kidneys.
The physician in nearly all eases of
serious illness, makes a chemleal
analysis of the patient's urine. He
knows that unless the kidneys are do
ing their work properly, the other
organs cannot be brought back to
health and strength.
When the kidneys are neglected or
abused in any way. serious resultsare
sure to follow. According to health
statistics. B right's disease which is
really an advanced form of kidney
trouble, caused nearly 10,000 deaths in
1910, in the state of New York alone.
Therefore, it behooves us to pay more
attention to the health of these most
An- ideal herbal compound that has
had remarkable suocess as a kidney
remedy is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
the great Kidney, 14ver and Bladder
The mild and healing influence of
this preparation is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its remarkable
record of cures.
If you feel that your kidneys require
attention, and wish a sample bottle,
write to Dr. Kilmer Co.. Binghamton,
N. T. Mention this paper and they
will gladly forward it to you absolute
ly free, by mail.
Swamp-Root is sold by every drug
gist in bottles of two sisee 60c and
RAILROAD NEWS OF THE SOUTHWEST
a ROGER Y
EVERYTHING GOOD FOR THANKSGIVING.
Cranberries. 2 ots
Kvaporated Figs, 2 lbs . . .
Dates, 2 lbs. . .
Nuts, all kinds, lb
Plum Pudding, tins, 2 for.
riust r Raisins, lb
SSe, see, Sc
Currants, 2 pkgs 25c
" Citron, lb S5c
New Appli Butter, S lbb 25c
Smyrna Fig. ::5c-30c lb., 1 lb. basket 25c
Bananas, dozen 2ec-2Kc
Oranges, dozen 4e
Chestnut's lb . 23c
Canton Gino i.m 75c
201-Wi K. Oterland fet.
Engineer Rogers, of the S. P., 4e lay
ing off for a few days.
A. McCullum, conductor on the Santa
Fe, has reported for duty.
Switchman Bvans, of the Southwest
ern, has reported for duty.
Brakeman Bloom, of the T. P., is lay
ing off on account of being sick.
Brakeman Phipps, of the T. P.. has
teen assigned to a regular car.
W. H. Hoiiutn, trainmaster for the
T. P.. has returned to Big Springs.
Brakemen Brenneman and C A.
Smith, of the S. P., are laying off.
Fireman John Robey, of the Santa Fe.
has been promoted to be an engineer.
Jim Jeseup, fireman en the Santa Fe.
has reported for duty after a 90 days'
R. E. Russell, brakeman on the South
western, is laying off on account of be
Switchman Bogardus. of the G. H.. has
been transferred to the -road service as
W. C. Lacy, fireman on the T. P., who
has been firing 390 for some time, is
now on 388.
Louis Hobgard, conductor on the G.
H. at Sanderson, is laying off for a
Conductor Deire, of the T. P., has re
ported for duty, after being off for
Fireman HugHs. of the G. H-. at SI
Paso, has been transferred to the Del
Conductors A. Binkley, F. Guerry and
J. A. O'Brien, of the S. P., are laying off
on the sick list.
Conductor Rawls, of the T. P., has
been assigned to a regular car between
El Paso and Toyah.
J. M. Gibbs, formerly a brakeman on
the Southwestern at Tucumcari. is now
located in El Paso.
O. L. Snell, conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marciai, has been assigned to
the El Paso district.
Jim Velsie, brakeman on the South- 1
western, has reported ror duty, alter
being off for a few days.
Jack Warren, brakemar on the T. P.,
is laying off and extra brakeman R. P
Brant is relieving him.
Brakeman Cambell. of the Santa Fe
at San Marciai, is now running into
Kl Paso on a regular ear.
Engineer Spidtl, of the Santa Fe, has
been assigned to a regular run between
1-as Vesas and Albuquerque
" Boone Djn engineer on the T.
r i-. 1 mi oft tnd Iis Roir to Bo- I
lait'o, Xl , .a a hunting tup.
Joe Merritt, engineer on the Santa Fe,
is now running one of the helper en
gines on the Gloria tta mountain.
J. M. McSmith, formerly a brakeman
on the Louisrllle & Nashville, has taken
a job as switchman on the Santa Fe.
Conductor Nlckols, of the T. P., Is
laying off for a few trips and conduc
tor Jerry Thompson is leliertng him.
D. T. Williams, a brakeman on the S.
P., has been promoted to the position
of conductor, r -ling out of El Paso.
Bnglheer Gillespi. of the G. H., who
hae been on passenger for a few tripe,
is now back at work on through freight.
John Talbot, switch engineer for the
Santa Fe at San Mircial, has reported
for duty after being off for a few
T. P. engine -391 has been turned out
of the shops at Big Springs, after a
complete overhauling, and the 376 has
been sent to tbe shops.
C. P. Doyle, brakeman on the S. P
who has been working on the G. H., for
a few days in temporary service, is now
back at work on the S. P.
CnrttAhman rfl A sir a tt konlrAmAn tTia
ris. of the Southwestern, who have been
borrowed by the G. H., for a few days, 1
nave oeen reiurnea to tne boutnwestern.
J. McMindes. conductor on the S. P..
has been assigned to the local, and
P- E. Mounts, who has been working on
local as conductor, is now back braking.
John Defonso, fireman on the T. P..
who bas been running the switch en
gine for the past few days, is now back
on the firemen's extra board, and en
gineer Elmer Ellis is now running the
Fireman Cleveland, of the T. P.. is
now firing engine 398, while fireman
Trinkle is laying off. Mr. Trinkle is
expecting his mother from Derby, Kans..
in a few das.
Jack Shaw, conductor on the T. P.. 1
las returned from a visit to Big Springs,
Tex., and has reported for duty, and ex- !
tra brakeman Smith, who has been re- I
neving mm, is back on the extra board.
WITNESSBS FOR OR.VER
MURDER CASE LBAVK SUNDAY
Robert NellE who will conduct the
prosecution in the Agnes Orner case,
which opens at Pecos on Nov. 25, left
for that place Thursday night. Mrs.
Orner is charged by indictment here
with the murder of her child by poison
ing The KI Paso witnesses who have
been notified to be on hand for tbe
trial Ineliirtff Mrs Rdlth Eiiiu Roliort
Brooks. Mrs" M B Larock. Mrs W. F. 1
Luiaw. Mi. and Mrs Frank irhPr J I
') I. (. U.inul Kan Iri t- f KoRei" '
. 1 Ui w 11, C V Brown, and uiidt.1- i
J taker 'J. J. Kaster. They -will leave
District attorney Joseph If. Nealon
may attend the trial.
R. L. Carnrike, commercial agent
of the Kallory lines, is In El Paso
from his headquarters in Fort Worth,
By Mrs. Janet McKensie Hill, Editor of
fie Boston Cooking School Magazine.
When muffins are on the breakfast table,
nobody cares for meat or eggs and they
-would be served more often if this meal
were not prepared so hurriedly Hat there
is no time to make them. If K C the
double-raise baking powder is used, the
batter may be stirred up the night before,
pet 10 the pan ready for bakmg and noth
ing to do in the morning but bake them.
g ctipcjlourj, i slightly rounded tea
spoonfuls K C Baking Powder; 1 tea
tpooisfiUaaUzlcup sugar; I cup melted
Sft dry Ingredient together three times.
Add to thu the unbeaten egg, melted
shortening and water or milk. Then beat
aHujgether until perfectly smooth. Oil
muffin or gem pans and have oven slow
until the muffins come to the top of the pan,
tnc uiuok lac neat to Dace
and brown the muffins. This
recipe makes 12 large muffins.
Raisins or currants may be
added if desired.
Something for Saturday
UR Saturday Specials are unusually at
tractive this week. In considering our low
prices please keep in mind that while there is a
reduction in price there is no reduction in the
i Oven Pot Roast,, -f 0 f
J per lb ?JL;2C
j Veal Shoulder Boast, -1 r
I ner lb XOC
J Mutton Legs,
Sugar Cured Corn
Beef, per lb
Fish, Oysters and Lobsters will be found here
tomorrow in ample supply and best quality.
Grocery Department Specials
Quart cans Pompeian Pore Virgin Olive Oil; '7A
Saturday only, per quart iKJC
(Regular 90e seller)
FBekinger's Celebrated Table Fruits None Better Packed.
Peaches Apricots Proms Pears
2 1-2 lb. Tins 25c per Tin.
Or $2.75 per Doz. Assorted.
(Regular 30c sellers)
Gold Bond 106 percent Pure Maple Syrup A breakfast denght.
Quarts 55c 1-2 Gal. 90c Gallon $1.65-
HIPPODHOMB SKATING RIXX.
The morning ladies' class at the
Hippodrome rink is growing dally.
Ladies can learn to skate free of
charge from. 10 to 12. Adv.
AT THB CRAWFORD.
"Pacing the Music" pleased a large
audience at the' Crawford last night.
The play had a laugh for eTery min
ute. Myrtle Vane i a charming ad
dition to the cast and will remain
with Mr. Taylor the rest of the week.
"Facing the Music" will be played
again Friday and Saturday nights
with a matinee Saturday. Adv.
AT THB GRRCIAN. M
Today is the last day to see the
wonderful expose of gambling tricks
at the Grecian. It will be a revela
tion to many and should be seen by
alL Tbe tricks in cards ana other
gambling games are thrown in can
vas. 'The mechanical appliances used
fer cheating' in faro, roulet and I
ether games are shonrn and the anrer- I
age citizen will enjoy this picture. It
Is shown at the Grecian today the
last time. Don't miss it. Adv.
The program at the Bijou tonight is
a diversified one, constating of hign
class dramatic, scenic and comedy pic
tures. Five pictures in all. produced by the
world's best film makers, will be ex
hibited, chief among them being the
story of Anne Boleyn. recounted with
a faithfulness to detail which maks
it tense dramatic and entertaining. The
perfect coloring gives the atmosphere
of grandeur which is prevalent in the
palaces of kings.
Two Edison comedies, a comedy
drama and a glorious scenic picture of
Palermo. Sicily, complete the bill.
The Bijou still sets the standard for
comfort, courtesy and general satis
faction, that all other shows try to
' Only Ose "BKOMO QUININE"
That Is I2AXATTVX BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVK. Cures a Cold in One Day,
Cures Grip In To Days. 25c. Adv.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Ce.
Neckwear at 3 for $1
Silk knit four-in-hands 1 00 dozen ties to select
from will be offered as a "Sol I. Berg" Satur
day Special, at 35c each, .or
3 for $1.00
Underwear at an Unusu
ally Attractive Price
50 dozen Men's Underwear are underpriced for
tomorrow. The Shirts come in regular and
sweater neck styles. The colors are beown, blue
and pink. The special price is
35c Per Garment
1 cup graham flour; 1 cup pastry
flour: 9 level teaspoonfuls K C Baking
Powder; ItoS level tabUspoonfuls sugar;
i teaspoonful salt; 1 egg;li cupsmiUc or
water; ttoS iablespoonfuls melted but
ter; mix ami bake as One-Egg Muffins.
Graham batter should always be quite soft
to insure light and moist muffins.
To get SS other recipes as good as these,
send us the certificate packed in every 25
centcanof K C Baking Powder, and we will
send you ''The Cook's Book" bv Mrs.
Taicl McKenz'e Hill. Handsomely illus
trated. Iaqucs Mi?. Co.. Chicago.
A Surpassing Value in
150 Men's Suits will be offered tomorrow at a
surprisingly low price. No matter what your size
you will find a suit in this offer to fit you. These
suits are ail this season's best styles and fo p
patterns. Values are up to $25.00. A I r
"Sol I. Berg" Saturday Special at t